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imperialPosted at 2022-11-30 17:20:31(26 wks ago) (Request for upload/Reseed/ISO / Sounds Of The Seventies : Bob Harris)


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Sounds Of The Seventies : Bob Harris

Kensington House, Shepherds Bush, London, Studio T1 for BBC Radio on 21st September 1971 and broadcast 4th October, 1971


cheers
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neilwilkesPosted at 2022-12-12 12:05:57(24 wks ago) (Request for upload/Reseed/ISO / Sounds Of The Seventies : Bob Harris)


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This is the 8-track session once you factor in the false start for 'Andy Warhol', but the real issue here is that this is now 'Officially Released Material' isn't it?
After all - these are all not only on the 'Divine Symmetry' set but also in 24/96 on the Blu-ray.

I honestly wonder where we stand now with some of the older bootleg sets that at one point would have been absolutely allowed but these days...even though the master is vastly different sounding (and not necessarily for the better, either) and ought to count as an ROIO release, I do not know what the upshot would be of re-uploading this session right now.

Sorry - but I wanted to explain why I cannot upload this until I get told it is still allowed, as I don't want Parlophone getting an excuse to go after the site

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bofinken57Posted at 2022-12-14 06:13:46(24 wks ago) (Request for upload/Reseed/ISO / Sounds Of The Seventies : Bob Harris)


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GOOD POINT NEIL

we have to protect this site at all costs, from ever been shut down

so in my opinion all material thats now become official should be removed, just to be on the safe side

dont you all agree ?

/bofinken57

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BesomdaveDonatedPosted at 2022-12-14 07:04:30(24 wks ago) (Request for upload/Reseed/ISO / Sounds Of The Seventies : Bob Harris)


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So, (and just theorising here) would a complete audience recording of a show/gig be considered a no-no if the same show has been realeased officially in soundboard but incomplete form? For example the 2000 BBC radio Theatre show.

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chrisnathouDonatedPosted at 2022-12-17 12:12:10(23 wks ago) (Request for upload/Reseed/ISO / Sounds Of The Seventies : Bob Harris)


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The same has been done (torrents removed) for the Santa Monica '72 FM version or bootleg when the official recording has been released, but the source, a radio broadcast was the same. I guess an audience recording isn't the same as an official recording as the source is different generally, am I wrong ?
So there would be no point in removing the same show but with a different source... :|
But if you think it' s better to do so to be 100% safe for the site...

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neilwilkesPosted at 2022-12-19 11:51:20(23 wks ago) (Request for upload/Reseed/ISO / Sounds Of The Seventies : Bob Harris)


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I would personally come down on the side of Chrisnathou rather than Bofinken57, simply because a different source is not the same as the officially released one almost every time.
Santa Monica 72 is different because it has always been from the same 1/4" tape, mixed on the fly during the show for FM Broadcast - it would be a similar thing to some of the '83 or '90 shows coming out that were previously on bootlegs from the same sources. That for me is the important issue.

These Bob Harris recordings are the same versions as on all the bootlegs, so for me - just like with all the Radio Bootlegs since 'Bowie At The Beeb' - I honestly think the mods need to discuss amongst themselves what to do about cleaned-up recordings that were previously widely traded now that some are officially released. I suspect they will have to get edited off.

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SteveboyDonatedPosted at 2022-12-19 13:46:33(23 wks ago) (Request for upload/Reseed/ISO / Sounds Of The Seventies : Bob Harris)


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I'll see what the others think doubt we will see eye to eye, I am thinking of going thru the entire site and deleting anything that has been released officially.
If any mods reading let me know if you want a separate thread for mods only.

Steveboy



NO DISCUSSION I JUST WANT TO LISTEN TO THE MUSIC
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FRANKFURT 1976
1978 REHEARSALS
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