Bond International Casino Remasters

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
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So, like, that's it? :meh:

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Hello Marky,

Thank you too much for your time, effort, care, and excellence! Your work-rate is inspiring and truly appreciated by myself and all who have stated such previously!

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gkbill wrote:
07 Aug 2020, 4:15pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
07 Aug 2020, 10:29am
So, like, that's it? :meh:

;)

You're record of being an excellent muthuhfuckuh is intact and long running. Thanks for everything!
Hello Marky,

Thank you too much for your time, effort, care, and excellence! Your work-rate is inspiring and truly appreciated by myself and all who have stated such previously!
Thanks gk that's appreciated mate.
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Will enjoy this collection during my two weeks vacances end of August, only this collection and me ... and some beers ... thank You very much Marky, thank You "Magnificent One"!
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york wrote:
08 Aug 2020, 6:34am
Will enjoy this collection during my two weeks vacances end of August, only this collection and me ... and some beers ... thank You very much Marky, thank You "Magnificent One"!
Cheers York
Cheers York much appreciated. 👍
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Thanks for all your time and effort Marky!

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scotchharry wrote:
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Thanks for all your time and effort Marky!
Thanks very much scotchharry appreciated.
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there's no like button so i'll just say thanks and happy 39th bondsiversary everyone


i was bored so i updated the discogs entry for S.O.S.
https://www.discogs.com/The-Clash-SOS-C ... se/3133907

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Tim Bucknall wrote:
11 Aug 2020, 8:10am
there's no like button so i'll just say thanks and happy 39th bondsiversary everyone


i was bored so i updated the discogs entry for S.O.S.
https://www.discogs.com/The-Clash-SOS-C ... se/3133907
Not so sure the Leicester tape was stolen as such. Borrowed might be a nicer word. Johnny Green who thought it was from Cardiff gave the tape to a friend who later sold the tape to someone in Camden who pressed up the vinyl bootlegs. Hence it being mis-titled.

Wish the BBC still had the full AM recording. I doubt it still exists as I'm sure it would've been replayed by now.
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Marky Dread wrote:
14 Aug 2020, 11:30am
Tim Bucknall wrote:
11 Aug 2020, 8:10am
there's no like button so i'll just say thanks and happy 39th bondsiversary everyone


i was bored so i updated the discogs entry for S.O.S.
https://www.discogs.com/The-Clash-SOS-C ... se/3133907
Not so sure the Leicester tape was stolen as such. Borrowed might be a nicer word. Johnny Green who thought it was from Cardiff gave the tape to a friend who later sold the tape to someone in Camden who pressed up the vinyl bootlegs. Hence it being mis-titled.

Wish the BBC still had the full AM recording. I doubt it still exists as I'm sure it would've been replayed by now.
Was it ever confirmed it was broadcast by radio one? Always just sounded like a soundboard to me.
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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OK. Just caught up with all these shows and going to start listening to them. Might do it cronological order :approve:
Absolutely stellar work by yourself Marky. I think we all appreciate the how much time and effort it's taken. Keep up the good work.

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white man wrote:
14 Aug 2020, 12:13pm
OK. Just caught up with all these shows and going to start listening to them. Might do it cronological order :approve:
Absolutely stellar work by yourself Marky. I think we all appreciate the how much time and effort it's taken. Keep up the good work.
Thanks mate hope you enjoy them.
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Heston wrote:
14 Aug 2020, 11:49am
Marky Dread wrote:
14 Aug 2020, 11:30am
Tim Bucknall wrote:
11 Aug 2020, 8:10am
there's no like button so i'll just say thanks and happy 39th bondsiversary everyone


i was bored so i updated the discogs entry for S.O.S.
https://www.discogs.com/The-Clash-SOS-C ... se/3133907
Not so sure the Leicester tape was stolen as such. Borrowed might be a nicer word. Johnny Green who thought it was from Cardiff gave the tape to a friend who later sold the tape to someone in Camden who pressed up the vinyl bootlegs. Hence it being mis-titled.

Wish the BBC still had the full AM recording. I doubt it still exists as I'm sure it would've been replayed by now.
Was it ever confirmed it was broadcast by radio one? Always just sounded like a soundboard to me.
Back in '77 the BBC didn't have FM but broadcast in AM and medium wave. I'm convinced it's a radio broadcast. I think it's been said the BBC also recorded the Buzzcocks and some of The Slits.

Radio 1 originally broadcast on 1215 kHz AM (or 247 metres). On 23 November 1978, the station was moved to 1053 kHz and 1089 kHz (275 and 285 m), but did not broadcast nationally on its own FM frequencies until late 1987. The BBC had been allocated three FM frequency ranges in 1955, for the then Light Programme (now BBC Radio 2), Third Programme (now BBC Radio 3) and Home Service (now BBC Radio 4) stations. Thus when Radio 1 was launched, there was no FM frequency range allocated for the station, the official reason being that there was no space, even though no commercial stations had yet launched on FM. Because of this, from launch until the end of the 1980s Radio 1 was allowed to take over Radio 2's FM transmitters for a few hours per week. These were Saturday afternoons, Sunday teatime and evening – most notably for the Top 40 Singles Chart on Sunday afternoons; 10 pm to midnight on weeknights including Sounds of the Seventies until 1975, and thereafter the John Peel show (Mon–Thurs) and the Friday Rock Show; and most Bank Holiday afternoons, when Radio 2 was broadcasting a Bank Holiday edition of Sport on 2.
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Marky Dread wrote:
14 Aug 2020, 12:20pm
Heston wrote:
14 Aug 2020, 11:49am
Marky Dread wrote:
14 Aug 2020, 11:30am
Tim Bucknall wrote:
11 Aug 2020, 8:10am
there's no like button so i'll just say thanks and happy 39th bondsiversary everyone


i was bored so i updated the discogs entry for S.O.S.
https://www.discogs.com/The-Clash-SOS-C ... se/3133907
Not so sure the Leicester tape was stolen as such. Borrowed might be a nicer word. Johnny Green who thought it was from Cardiff gave the tape to a friend who later sold the tape to someone in Camden who pressed up the vinyl bootlegs. Hence it being mis-titled.

Wish the BBC still had the full AM recording. I doubt it still exists as I'm sure it would've been replayed by now.
Was it ever confirmed it was broadcast by radio one? Always just sounded like a soundboard to me.
Back in '77 the BBC didn't have FM but broadcast in AM and medium wave. I'm convinced it's a radio broadcast. I think it's been said the BBC also recorded the Buzzcocks and some of The Slits.

Radio 1 originally broadcast on 1215 kHz AM (or 247 metres). On 23 November 1978, the station was moved to 1053 kHz and 1089 kHz (275 and 285 m), but did not broadcast nationally on its own FM frequencies until late 1987. The BBC had been allocated three FM frequency ranges in 1955, for the then Light Programme (now BBC Radio 2), Third Programme (now BBC Radio 3) and Home Service (now BBC Radio 4) stations. Thus when Radio 1 was launched, there was no FM frequency range allocated for the station, the official reason being that there was no space, even though no commercial stations had yet launched on FM. Because of this, from launch until the end of the 1980s Radio 1 was allowed to take over Radio 2's FM transmitters for a few hours per week. These were Saturday afternoons, Sunday teatime and evening – most notably for the Top 40 Singles Chart on Sunday afternoons; 10 pm to midnight on weeknights including Sounds of the Seventies until 1975, and thereafter the John Peel show (Mon–Thurs) and the Friday Rock Show; and most Bank Holiday afternoons, when Radio 2 was broadcasting a Bank Holiday edition of Sport on 2.
I know the BBC wiped their video tapes up to the early 80s but I think they archived all their "In Concert" series. Like you, I get the feeling it would have been repeated by now. I don't have the recording to hand, is it in stereo?
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:
14 Aug 2020, 12:31pm
Marky Dread wrote:
14 Aug 2020, 12:20pm
Heston wrote:
14 Aug 2020, 11:49am
Marky Dread wrote:
14 Aug 2020, 11:30am
Tim Bucknall wrote:
11 Aug 2020, 8:10am
there's no like button so i'll just say thanks and happy 39th bondsiversary everyone


i was bored so i updated the discogs entry for S.O.S.
https://www.discogs.com/The-Clash-SOS-C ... se/3133907
Not so sure the Leicester tape was stolen as such. Borrowed might be a nicer word. Johnny Green who thought it was from Cardiff gave the tape to a friend who later sold the tape to someone in Camden who pressed up the vinyl bootlegs. Hence it being mis-titled.

Wish the BBC still had the full AM recording. I doubt it still exists as I'm sure it would've been replayed by now.
Was it ever confirmed it was broadcast by radio one? Always just sounded like a soundboard to me.
Back in '77 the BBC didn't have FM but broadcast in AM and medium wave. I'm convinced it's a radio broadcast. I think it's been said the BBC also recorded the Buzzcocks and some of The Slits.

Radio 1 originally broadcast on 1215 kHz AM (or 247 metres). On 23 November 1978, the station was moved to 1053 kHz and 1089 kHz (275 and 285 m), but did not broadcast nationally on its own FM frequencies until late 1987. The BBC had been allocated three FM frequency ranges in 1955, for the then Light Programme (now BBC Radio 2), Third Programme (now BBC Radio 3) and Home Service (now BBC Radio 4) stations. Thus when Radio 1 was launched, there was no FM frequency range allocated for the station, the official reason being that there was no space, even though no commercial stations had yet launched on FM. Because of this, from launch until the end of the 1980s Radio 1 was allowed to take over Radio 2's FM transmitters for a few hours per week. These were Saturday afternoons, Sunday teatime and evening – most notably for the Top 40 Singles Chart on Sunday afternoons; 10 pm to midnight on weeknights including Sounds of the Seventies until 1975, and thereafter the John Peel show (Mon–Thurs) and the Friday Rock Show; and most Bank Holiday afternoons, when Radio 2 was broadcasting a Bank Holiday edition of Sport on 2.
I know tshe BBC wiped their video tapes up to the early 80s but I think they archived all their "In Concert" series. Like you, I get the feeling it would have been repeated by now. I don't have the recording to hand, is it in stereo?
I'm not at home but from memory it has good separation and an analogue sound.

I'm wondering if it wasn't part of the "in concert" series. Maybe it was only aired on BBC Radio Leicester who had been operating since 1967.
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A belated thanks for all the work put in to making this Bond a complete collection Marky. Due to citcumstances I have just downloaded the last of the series, so that's my listening sorted for tonight!

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