Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by The Good Swede » 06 Jan 2015, 8:33am

Here is a review from a Swedish newspaper, they thought it was great. The headline says, "Everything works for the "new" Clash".
And it was a great concert but at the same time it was strange seeing The Clash without both Mick and Topper.
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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by The Good Swede » 06 Jan 2015, 8:35am

...the image is cut and gigantic (in my browser anyway), right-click and open image i new tab/window, sorry about that...
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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by matedog » 06 Jan 2015, 11:37am

The Good Swede wrote:...the image is cut and gigantic (in my browser anyway), right-click and open image i new tab/window, sorry about that...
Sure enough, there's Joe in 84 with a guitar. I don't think I had seen a photo/video of him in 84/85 with a guitar/prop.
Look, you have to establish context for these things. And I maintain that unless you appreciate the Fall of Constantinople, the Great Fire of London, and Mickey Mantle's fatalist alcoholism, live Freddy makes no sense. If you want to half-ass it, fine, go call Simon Schama to do the appendix.

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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by bazarboy75 » 06 Jan 2015, 2:43pm

bazarboy75 wrote:Hi all

And here it is the vinylrip reworked (EQ, compressor, spacialisation etc)

http://we.tl/PsLfEpusaj

Enjoy
Well i quote myself (i admit it's a bit egotrip...)

It's a big file and you can download it for 7 days so don't miss it !!!
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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by boogie » 07 Jan 2015, 2:29am

Thank you BB. Much appreciated.

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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by The Good Swede » 07 Jan 2015, 6:50am

What a coincidence, this morning I was looking trough an old box in the garage, one of my daughters was interested in some old art stuff I had (brushes, charcoals etc) and found a collection of old ticket stubs including this one, front row of course.
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Post by IkarisOne » 07 Jan 2015, 12:03pm

Excellent work, Bazarboy.

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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by Flex » 07 Jan 2015, 12:41pm

This is great stuff, BB. Thanks for sharing!
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Post by bazarboy75 » 07 Jan 2015, 3:12pm

My pleasure guys

the mp3 (320 kbps) version is possible too
Don't hesitate to ask if the wav files is to big to download

i've got 18 others LP Clash boot in my collection and i 'll be please to share if any another rip is needed

i also got 2 BAD LP boot that i can rip too
Some new INDIEGROUND tracks

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Some old tracks
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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by Marky Dread » 07 Jan 2015, 6:36pm

bazarboy75 wrote:My pleasure guys

the mp3 (320 kbps) version is possible too
Don't hesitate to ask if the wav files is to big to download

i've got 18 others LP Clash boot in my collection and i 'll be please to share if any another rip is needed

i also got 2 BAD LP boot that i can rip too
Hi BB what are the two BAD LP's ?
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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by IkarisOne » 07 Jan 2015, 8:38pm

matedog wrote:
The Good Swede wrote:...the image is cut and gigantic (in my browser anyway), right-click and open image i new tab/window, sorry about that...
Sure enough, there's Joe in 84 with a guitar. I don't think I had seen a photo/video of him in 84/85 with a guitar/prop.
Joe played guitar for about half the show the two times I saw them. Nick mixed his guitar up on Dope, especially on Pouring Rain.

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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by bazarboy75 » 08 Jan 2015, 4:44am

Marky Dread wrote:
bazarboy75 wrote:My pleasure guys

the mp3 (320 kbps) version is possible too
Don't hesitate to ask if the wav files is to big to download

i've got 18 others LP Clash boot in my collection and i 'll be please to share if any another rip is needed

i also got 2 BAD LP boot that i can rip too
Hi BB what are the two BAD LP's ?
the double LP lite at the town and the country club Kentish town london 28/11/85

http://www.discogs.com/Big-Audio-Dynami ... se/4891427

Live 23 04 86 Empire Ballroom London
1 LP black and white cover with a pic of a topless girl (???) on the front
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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by JohnSimonBeverly » 08 Jan 2015, 5:40pm

matedog wrote:I've never heard any good soundboards from Clash 2 other than GEED (Give Em Enough Dope).
Same here, that's why I'm so surprised by their appearance...
matedog wrote: The 2/17/84 and 3/1/84 are allegedly soundboards, but have always sounded pretty crappy and distant.
Five Alive sounds like an audience recording to me, and I've never heard the Paris show. Is it comparable in quality to the Five Alive bootleg?
matedog wrote:The best sounding Bond's show is the show from the 9th with the radio broadcast. It does sound like you are describing the 13th given the number of tracks (it was also probably the best show from that run). It's an audience recording, though the sound isn't bad.
The 9th is one that I do not have, but I'll be sure to check it out. Thank you som much for the info!

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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by JohnSimonBeverly » 08 Jan 2015, 5:51pm

Dr. Medulla wrote:If they don't reply here, I recommend sending a PM to matedog (keeper of the megalist) or Rat Patrol. Those two are the most reliable sources of knowledge on the board when it comes to boots.
Thanks - they were both fast on the case though :-)
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Re: Soundboard recording of Clash II from Stockholm 1984 + Bonds

Post by JohnSimonBeverly » 08 Jan 2015, 6:10pm

Rat Patrol wrote:Five Alive is the lowest gen available, and as far as I know it's never been upgraded in 20 years so what we've got is what we've got. I do know the FLAC rips made a hell of a lot of difference from the shitty old MP3's that were polluted all around the 'net dating back to the Napster era. A clean rip probably accounts for a lot of it.
I totally agree about the difference between good rips instead of the horrible, lifeless-sounding mp3-sourced garbage that is making the rounds on the Interwebz, but as I have a copy of the vinyl boot (got my original copy when it came out) and have listened to it a lot ever since, I'm fairly positive that this was another source. To my ears the difference was huge. I can try to contact the YT poster and see if I get a reply. It's strange that the videos were taken down, they were just the audio with some stills.
Rat Patrol wrote: It could very well be an FM broadcast source since the separation is really good, although pretty far from pro quality. Hard to tell...good equipment and someone who knows what they're doing could make an audience recording almost indistinguishable. This source could tilt either way: mediocre SBD or superlative audience.
For the Five Alive bootleg, I agree. I hope I can dig up some more info on this, and will definitely let you know if I do. It would also be very interesting to see if the guy who did the original recording can be tracked down, if he still has the tapes, they could most likely be remastered with very good results.

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