Marky Dread Remasters

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Another early one I've remastered again.

Now with the correct date on the artwork (thanks CDS). Correct song titles and of course a better mix.

I love the way Joe uses a toy gun after he sings "if I was dead" on "Medicine Cabinet".

Also you can just about make out Joe saying in a sinister voice over the transistor radio intro "You are a policeman" "you are white".
https://mega.nz/file/sFxxwJSB#8lKhBhGrL ... VP3wkngGSU
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The Clash - The 100 Club, 100 Oxford Street, London, August 31, 1976 [1] Booklet.jpg
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Cheers again Marky, you are a phenomena! - I just need another lifetime to appreciate them all properly!
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Thought for the day - that 100 Club gig took place on a tuesday - presumably just after the Notting Hill Carnival weekend, which inspired White Riot.
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Marky Dread wrote:
28 Aug 2020, 5:57am
Another early one I've remastered again.

Now with the correct date on the artwork (thanks CDS). Correct song titles and of course a better mix.

I love the way Joe uses a toy gun after he sings "if I was dead" on "Medicine Cabinet".

Also you can just about make out Joe saying in a sinister voice over the transistor radio intro "You are a policeman" "you are white".
https://mega.nz/file/sFxxwJSB#8lKhBhGrL ... VP3wkngGSU

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Charlie Dont Surf wrote:
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Marky! What?
Don't Stop! Give It All You Got!
I echo this, and apologise that I haven't been able to post my thanks for a few days. Thanks.
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another gift, thanks Marky - like early gigs too :approve:

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Thanks everybody appreciated.

JohnS - good bit of detective work mate. Adds nicely to the history.
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sorry, wrong smiley, i'm happy ;)

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york wrote:
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sorry, wrong smiley, i'm happy ;)
Approved and happy. It's all good mate.😎
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I'm really enjoying this thread, not just for offering upgrades, but also flagging up shows that have been bootlegged for years but passed me by. Such as those gigs on the 1983 US mini-tour - I've no idea why.
I listened to San Antonio earlier and enjoyed it so much it inspired me to dig out the Wichita Falls show (Marky''s version in this thread, dated 2018 unless there's a more recent version?) Great sound, especially nice on headphones with the stereo audience vibe; band really on form, a few rare tracks, and the crowd are well into it on both shows. It's a bit like the Mogador show recently shared here. Party with the Clash.
Thanks Marky. Again.
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JohnS wrote:
28 Aug 2020, 11:44am
I'm really enjoying this thread, not just for offering upgrades, but also flagging up shows that have been bootlegged for years but passed me by. Such as those gigs on the 1983 US mini-tour - I've no idea why.
I listened to San Antonio earlier and enjoyed it so much it inspired me to dig out the Wichita Falls show (Marky''s version in this thread, dated 2018 unless there's a more recent version?) Great sound, especially nice on headphones with the stereo audience vibe; band really on form, a few rare tracks, and the crowd are well into it on both shows. It's a bit like the Mogador show recently shared here. Party with the Clash.
Thanks Marky. Again.
Yes I have always loved those 83 shows which have such a vibrant atmosphere. Some good recordings too made all the better thanks to Marky.

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Yeah Heston has suggested in 1983 the band should've released a live album from those shows. I agree it would've been a cracker.
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Hello,

Thanks again, Marky! This show has a different feel to me - more of a disjointed affair than an adrenaline rush kind of gig. It's really interesting because of that. Great work!

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gkbill wrote:
28 Aug 2020, 12:47pm
Hello,

Thanks again, Marky! This show has a different feel to me - more of a disjointed affair than an adrenaline rush kind of gig. It's really interesting because of that. Great work!
Cheers gk. I find those early gigs fascinating to listen to.
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A little something for the weekend.

Note: I have made an edit to remove the reference to Koka Kola as the song sadly was not played by the radio station. But should've been after "Somebody Got Murdered" and "I Fought the Law". All that was aired was Joe saying "Coke Adds Life" and then the end of the track where Joe shouts "Hit the Deck" before "I Fought the Law" kicks in. This flows better.

https://mega.nz/file/VRhxRKBb#9pWP9y4ay ... dQ32lPK0B0

Every Clash fan should have this in their collection.
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