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  1. 57 minutes ago, sunshine2020 said:

    Thank you & HUGS!!

    Good for me I walked back in to send LOVE to @E Street nation! I would be late to the party! :D

    And not just thanks for the show -- thanks for playing today! Waking up to seeing you on the boards made my day awesome! :)

    image.png.03fdad7a4d8ced05ab341edd86ea99ef.png

    This good bootleg

    even though it fails most 

    Title: Lost In The Flood
    Label: Triangle Records
    Catalog #: PYCD 056-2

     

     

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  2. On 1/10/2021 at 8:19 AM, sunshine2020 said:

    Thanks! My blondeness missed that announcement from The Great One / Wise One -- duly noted. :D

    Just read clarification ... thanks @bosstrade01

    Perhaps I need to learn to read the spectral analysis ... I'll add that to the list of stuff that keeps me from finishing my thesis!  :D

     

    I use Fakin the Funk, it also checks the bitrate as well as freq

    If freq good ignore the bitrate

    If both bad, looks like mp3 sourced

     

     

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  3. 3 minutes ago, Lampi said:

    I have a cassette tape (somewhere in my house) with a 'bonus track' of a snippet of 'Dance On Little Angel' 'which later evolved into Sandy'. Which is Angel Baby, and so must be from the Toledo show then. Unless it is a secret 2nd unknown performance.

    that 1974-06-02 tape sounds so bad

     

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  4. Just now, Lampi said:

    I have a cassette tape (somewhere in my house) with a 'bonus track' of a snippet of 'Dance On Little Angel' 'which later evolved into Sandy'. Which is Angel Baby, and so must be from the Toledo show then. Unless it is a secret 2nd unknown performance.

    That's very cool

    He must have played it many times

    probably recorded at 914 sound studios too

    but lost to history

  5. 14 minutes ago, Lampi said:

    Yes, that is why it is called the first known performance.

    Many more of that of course, like in the liner notes of All Those Years there is a hint Angel's Blues (aka She's So Fine (Ride On Sweet William)) was played quite often, but there is only known performance in Houston, 10 March 1974.

     

    Hey Dutchman

    do you know Will 

    and Danny

    2 different Dutch people

     

  6. Look at all these shows we have nothing for

    except a few Agora

    image.thumb.png.e8be9cb3d6b7ec5c2d2b41c49ec8c1da.png1974-06-01MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM, KENT STATE UNIVERSITY, KENT, OH      

    1974-06-02Toledo Agora, Toledo, Ohio Toledo Agora, Toledo, Ohio    

    1974-06-03Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, Ohio Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, Ohio    

    1974-06-13CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (Cancelled)      

    1974-06-14TEXAS HALL, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON, ARLINGTON, TX (Cancelled)      

    1974-06-15ARMADILLO WORLD HEADQUARTERS, AUSTIN, TX      

    1974-06-16MUSIC HALL, HOUSTON, TX (Cancelled)      

    1974-06-19COWTOWN BALLROOM, KANSAS CITY, MO (Cancelled)      

    1974-06-21LE GARAGE, SPRAY BEACH, NJ (Early)      

    1974-06-21LE GARAGE, SPRAY BEACH, NJ (Late)      

    1974-06-22LE GARAGE, SPRAY BEACH, NJ (Early)      

    1974-06-22LE GARAGE, SPRAY BEACH, NJ (Late)      

    1974-06-23LE GARAGE, SPRAY BEACH, NJ      

  7. 2 minutes ago, Lampi said:

    Yes, that is why it is called the first known performance.

    Many more of that of course, like in the liner notes of All Those Years there is a hint Angel's Blues (aka She's So Fine (Ride On Sweet William)) was played quite often, but there is only known performance in Houston, 10 March 1974.

     

    you are correct sir

    don't confuse with 1974-06-02 Angel Baby aka aka 

    don't call it A Night Like This

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