Clash 01-27-82 Tokyo, Japan "Once Upon A Time In Japan"

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Re: Clash 01-27-82 Tokyo, Japan "Once Upon A Time In Japan"

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babyboy22 wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 1:36am
The Clash 01-27-82 Tokyo, Japan "Once Upon A Time In Japan"
The Clash
27-01-1982
Sun Plaza Hall, Tokyo

Title - Once Upon a Time in Tokyo
Company - Outcast Music
Catalogue Number - OM-51
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Lineage: Silver CD's > EAC v1.3 (Secure Mode) > WAV Uncompressed > CueTools v2.1.7 > FLAC (Level 5) > PerfecTUNES v3.2

CD1

01. Intro
02. London Calling
03. One More Time
04. Safe European Home
05. The Guns of Brixton
06. Train in Vain
07. White Man in Hammersmith Palais
08. The Magnificent Seven
09. Ivan Meets G.I. Joe
10. Should I Stay Or Should I Go
11. Know Your Right
12. Career Opportunities

CD2

01. The Leader
02. Junco Partner
03. Clash City Rockers
04. Someone Got Murdered
05. Janie Jones
06. Kola Kola
07. Clampdown
08. This is Radio Clash
09. Brand New Cadillac
10. Stay Free
11. Charlie Don't Surf
12. Complete Control
13. London's Burning
14. Bankrobber
15. White Riot
16. Outro

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Re: Clash 01-27-82 Tokyo, Japan "Once Upon A Time In Japan"

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Thank You very much for sharing!!!

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Re: Clash 01-27-82 Tokyo, Japan "Once Upon A Time In Japan"

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Wolter wrote:
27 Mar 2021, 5:48pm
Kory wrote:
27 Mar 2021, 5:39pm
Wolter wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 10:02pm
Kory wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 8:18pm
Oh shit you know what, I was thinking of the Jan 2 show. Were they doing a Tokyo residency for a month or something?
Jan 2 or Feb 2?
My dvd says Jan but Feb makes more sense.
I believe (I could look this up, but I’m lazy) that’s the best sound quality recording of that residency but also the lowest energy show because Joe was sick.
Yeah he definitely sounds it. I think I just like it so much just because it's a fully video recorded show and we have so few of them.
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Re: Clash 01-27-82 Tokyo, Japan "Once Upon A Time In Japan"

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Heston wrote:
27 Mar 2021, 8:28pm
matedog wrote:
27 Mar 2021, 8:15pm
Wolter wrote:
27 Mar 2021, 5:48pm
Kory wrote:
27 Mar 2021, 5:39pm
Wolter wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 10:02pm


Jan 2 or Feb 2?
My dvd says Jan but Feb makes more sense.
I believe (I could look this up, but I’m lazy) that’s the best sound quality recording of that residency but also the lowest energy show because Joe was sick.
Mix is a bit wonky too. It’s like all bass. Which might explain Kory’s bass centric preference.
Paul's bass at its fartiest iirc.
We were talking about this a few months ago probably being a product of board mixes and DI boxes, but I'm watching some older stuff and musing on it—a lot of his farty playing can be blamed on P Basses, I think. They're pretty farty anyway, and if Paul's action was lower, which it kind of sounds like from some of the fret rattle, that will be multiplied. If you listen to older stuff when he was still playing the Ricky, his tone is a lot rounder and smoother. Compare also with Sid, who also played a P Bass and you get that same fart.
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