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A few more to appreciate. Thanks Marky

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dave202 wrote:
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A few more to appreciate. Thanks Marky
Cheers mate enjoy.
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The passion, commitment and time you spend on remasters are out of the ordinary.
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Red Angel wrote:
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The passion, commitment and time you spend on remasters are out of the ordinary.
Cheers mate enjoy.
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Thanks for the latest Marky.

I can't wait for the Bonds collection...

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HumphreyBear wrote:
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Thanks for the latest Marky.

I can't wait for the Bonds collection...
Cheers mate.

...yeah if I survive. ;)
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Wow, great work on these latest remasters, Marky. I've always been a fan of the music machine shows, so it's great to hear them in such good quality. The Seattle 1984 show might just be my favorite concert from the Clash. Mk. 2 line-up. I remember first downloading the Seattle show back in 2015 on some different website and listening to it a lot when I worked out, just loved the energy of the show. I think the recording I had ran slightly fast, but this remaster sounds perfect. Thanks!

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GotGameGreggy wrote:
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Wow, great work on these latest remasters, Marky. I've always been a fan of the music machine shows, so it's great to hear them in such good quality. The Seattle 1984 show might just be my favorite concert from the Clash. Mk. 2 line-up. I remember first downloading the Seattle show back in 2015 on some different website and listening to it a lot when I worked out, just loved the energy of the show. I think the recording I had ran slightly fast, but this remaster sounds perfect. Thanks!
Cheers GGG. Enjoy and get 'em up on YouTube.
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GotGameGreggy wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 4:13pm
Wow, great work on these latest remasters, Marky. I've always been a fan of the music machine shows, so it's great to hear them in such good quality. The Seattle 1984 show might just be my favorite concert from the Clash. Mk. 2 line-up. I remember first downloading the Seattle show back in 2015 on some different website and listening to it a lot when I worked out, just loved the energy of the show. I think the recording I had ran slightly fast, but this remaster sounds perfect. Thanks!
Just wanna say I enjoy your YouTube channel immensely. Great to have all those bootlegs in a convenient form. And even better when Marky's remasters are being used. Top work lads.
There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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Heston wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 7:44pm
GotGameGreggy wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 4:13pm
Wow, great work on these latest remasters, Marky. I've always been a fan of the music machine shows, so it's great to hear them in such good quality. The Seattle 1984 show might just be my favorite concert from the Clash. Mk. 2 line-up. I remember first downloading the Seattle show back in 2015 on some different website and listening to it a lot when I worked out, just loved the energy of the show. I think the recording I had ran slightly fast, but this remaster sounds perfect. Thanks!
Just wanna say I enjoy your YouTube channel immensely. Great to have all those bootlegs in a convenient form. And even better when Marky's remasters are being used. Top work lads.
Thanks for the love, Heston! Glad you enjoy. Finding good music is the best part of YouTube.

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Heston wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 7:44pm
GotGameGreggy wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 4:13pm
Wow, great work on these latest remasters, Marky. I've always been a fan of the music machine shows, so it's great to hear them in such good quality. The Seattle 1984 show might just be my favorite concert from the Clash. Mk. 2 line-up. I remember first downloading the Seattle show back in 2015 on some different website and listening to it a lot when I worked out, just loved the energy of the show. I think the recording I had ran slightly fast, but this remaster sounds perfect. Thanks!
Just wanna say I enjoy your YouTube channel immensely. Great to have all those bootlegs in a convenient form. And even better when Marky's remasters are being used. Top work lads.
Oh so I'm not convenient enough for you now bloody cheek! ;)
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Marky Dread wrote:
12 Jul 2020, 6:39am
Heston wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 7:44pm
GotGameGreggy wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 4:13pm
Wow, great work on these latest remasters, Marky. I've always been a fan of the music machine shows, so it's great to hear them in such good quality. The Seattle 1984 show might just be my favorite concert from the Clash. Mk. 2 line-up. I remember first downloading the Seattle show back in 2015 on some different website and listening to it a lot when I worked out, just loved the energy of the show. I think the recording I had ran slightly fast, but this remaster sounds perfect. Thanks!
Just wanna say I enjoy your YouTube channel immensely. Great to have all those bootlegs in a convenient form. And even better when Marky's remasters are being used. Top work lads.
Oh so I'm not convenient enough for you now bloody cheek! ;)
Haha no, it's just I can cast YouTube to my television easily, that's mostly how I consume music now. Everything seems to be on there. I keep your versions for headphone listening or the car.
There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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Heston wrote:
12 Jul 2020, 7:20am
Marky Dread wrote:
12 Jul 2020, 6:39am
Heston wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 7:44pm
GotGameGreggy wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 4:13pm
Wow, great work on these latest remasters, Marky. I've always been a fan of the music machine shows, so it's great to hear them in such good quality. The Seattle 1984 show might just be my favorite concert from the Clash. Mk. 2 line-up. I remember first downloading the Seattle show back in 2015 on some different website and listening to it a lot when I worked out, just loved the energy of the show. I think the recording I had ran slightly fast, but this remaster sounds perfect. Thanks!
Just wanna say I enjoy your YouTube channel immensely. Great to have all those bootlegs in a convenient form. And even better when Marky's remasters are being used. Top work lads.
Oh so I'm not convenient enough for you now bloody cheek! ;)
Haha no, it's just I can cast YouTube to my television easily, that's mostly how I consume music now. Everything seems to be on there. I keep your versions for headphone listening or the car.
You got wi-fi in Shields :scared:

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Heston wrote:
12 Jul 2020, 7:20am
Marky Dread wrote:
12 Jul 2020, 6:39am
Heston wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 7:44pm
GotGameGreggy wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 4:13pm
Wow, great work on these latest remasters, Marky. I've always been a fan of the music machine shows, so it's great to hear them in such good quality. The Seattle 1984 show might just be my favorite concert from the Clash. Mk. 2 line-up. I remember first downloading the Seattle show back in 2015 on some different website and listening to it a lot when I worked out, just loved the energy of the show. I think the recording I had ran slightly fast, but this remaster sounds perfect. Thanks!
Just wanna say I enjoy your YouTube channel immensely. Great to have all those bootlegs in a convenient form. And even better when Marky's remasters are being used. Top work lads.
Oh so I'm not convenient enough for you now bloody cheek! ;)
Haha no, it's just I can cast YouTube to my television easily, that's mostly how I consume music now. Everything seems to be on there. I keep your versions for headphone listening or the car.
Well I'm glad all my hard work and those hours and hours have finally paid off. ;)

No seriously it's not important to be over precious with this stuff and I'm glad you are able to get access to these shows whichever medium is best accessible to you.

I've just contacted gotgamegreggy to see if he could set up a separate YouTube channel for all the Bond remasters I'm currently working on. Would be great to have those all in one dedicated place.
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white man wrote:
12 Jul 2020, 7:25am
Heston wrote:
12 Jul 2020, 7:20am
Marky Dread wrote:
12 Jul 2020, 6:39am
Heston wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 7:44pm
GotGameGreggy wrote:
11 Jul 2020, 4:13pm
Wow, great work on these latest remasters, Marky. I've always been a fan of the music machine shows, so it's great to hear them in such good quality. The Seattle 1984 show might just be my favorite concert from the Clash. Mk. 2 line-up. I remember first downloading the Seattle show back in 2015 on some different website and listening to it a lot when I worked out, just loved the energy of the show. I think the recording I had ran slightly fast, but this remaster sounds perfect. Thanks!
Just wanna say I enjoy your YouTube channel immensely. Great to have all those bootlegs in a convenient form. And even better when Marky's remasters are being used. Top work lads.
Oh so I'm not convenient enough for you now bloody cheek! ;)
Haha no, it's just I can cast YouTube to my television easily, that's mostly how I consume music now. Everything seems to be on there. I keep your versions for headphone listening or the car.
You got wi-fi in Shields :scared:
Arrived last week. It was greeted by locals with pitchforks claiming sorcery but they got it installed.
There's a tiny, tiny hopeful part of me that says you guys are running a Kaufmanesque long con on the board

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