2010 audience recordings (some available online)

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Re: Ghent, Grenoble, Wiesbaden, Sligo, Berlin, Malmö, Oslo 2010

Post by Cheshire gal » Mon Sep 27, 2010 3:24 am

remote1 :D

It is the thought that matters. You are making many people happy also. :lol:

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Re: Ghent, Grenoble, Wiesbaden, Sligo, Berlin, Malmö, Oslo 2010

Post by remote1 » Mon Sep 27, 2010 2:52 pm

Hi Tom, Yes I can imagine that getting hold of a whole show this way must be quite annoying... Well, now I know! :)
Hopefully some more 2010 recordings will come to the surface soon, and I can zip them and upload them!

Here is the first of the Ghent shows:

Ghent - 20.08.2010 + soundcheck (source: banalny, with thanks from Remote1): http://www.megaupload.com/?f=3460PD0T ; [zipped file (256MB): http://www.megaupload.com/?d=NWGERI2D]

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"Leonard Cohen
22 August 2010
Sint-Pietersplein, Ghent, Belgium

"Maybe there is a G-d of Love"

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Lineage:
CA-11 > MM SBM-01 > Edirol R-09HR > SoundForge 10.0b > Trader's Little Helper 2.6.0 > .flac16

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TT: *240:00.00*

SOUNDCHECK: 45:00.00

01. [02:15.57] (plugging)
02. [05:05.27] Tower of Song
03. [04:14.37] Dance Me to the End of Love
04. [02:09.17] The Future
05. [06:56.18] Democracy
06. [02:41.34] Who by Fire
07. [05:33.52] The Darkness
08. [07:08.59] Feels So Good
09. [01:13.33] My Oh My
10. [02:42.66] Suzanne
--[3:16] of silence removed--
11. [01:58.50] If It Be Your Will

11 without Leonard Cohen

Complete soundcheck. Recorded from outside the venue. Dire sound.

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CONCERT: 195:00.00

Set One:
01. [06:27.59] Dance Me to the End of Love
02. [06:50.06] The Future
03. [05:08.47] Ain't No Cure for Love
04. [06:59.19] Bird on the Wire
05. [05:41.46] Everybody Knows (Leonard Cohen/Sharon Robinson)
06. [05:14.29] In My Secret Life (Leonard Cohen/Sharon Robinson)
07. [10:13.33] Who by Fire
08. [05:35.10] The Darkness
09. [07:46.02] Born in Chains
10. [04:28.09] Chelsea Hotel #2
11. [08:47.54] Waiting for the Miracle
12. [12:31.52] Anthem

Set Two:
13. [05:40.66] Tower of Song
14. [04:09.25] Suzanne
15. [05:06.45] Sisters of Mercy
16. [06:37.01] The Gypsy's Wife
17. [07:22.40] Feels So Good
18. [05:44.73] The Partisan (Anna Marly/Emmanuel d'Astier de la Vigerie/Hy Zaret)
19. [06:25.32] Boogie Street (Leonard Cohen/Sharon Robinson)
20. [07:22.23] Hallelujah
21. [05:49.29] I'm Your Man
22. [09:17.09] Take This Waltz (Leonard Cohen after Federico Garcia Lorca)

Encore #1:
23. [04:47.61] So Long, Marianne
24. [07:04.29] First We Take Manhattan

Encore #2:
25. [05:41.13] Famous Blue Raincoat
26. [05:19.39] If It Be Your Will
27. [06:53.22] Closing Time

Encore #3:
28. [09:16.14] I Tried to Leave You
29. [06:38.13] Heart with No Companion

Complete concert.
Set One recorded from Left Tribune.
Set Two recorded from Row 2.
Encores recorded from the rail facing the left speaker stack.

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The band is:

Leonard Cohen - vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboard.

Javier Mas - bandurria, laud, archilaud, 12-string guitar, electric guitar
Dino Soldo - keyboard, saxophone, wind instruments, dobro, background vocals, acoustic guitar
Bob Metzger - guitar, steel guitar, background vocals
Rafael Bernardo Gayol - drums, percussion
Neil Larsen - keyboards, Hammond B3, accordion
Sharon Robinson - vocals, shaker
Charley Webb - vocals, acoustic guitar
Hattie Webb - vocals, harp
Roscoe Beck - bass, double bass, background vocals"
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Re: Ghent, Grenoble, Wiesbaden, Sligo, Berlin, Malmö, Oslo 2010

Post by remote1 » Mon Sep 27, 2010 6:57 pm

Just added zipped file for Sligo (126MB): http://www.megaupload.com/?d=SN9SRCJU
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Re: Ghent, Grenoble, Wiesbaden, Sligo, Berlin, Malmö, Oslo 2010

Post by remote1 » Tue Sep 28, 2010 2:05 pm

Just added:
Different Wiesbaden recording; *sensational sound* according to original FLAC source, LTB (sources: LTB and banalny, with thanks from Remote1); zipped file (211MB): http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MFBU2RIA

"Details:
Description Contrast clause:
This is a different master taped with a different rig than the previously posted version:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-deta ... ?id=321290

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Leonard Cohen
3 September 2010
Bowling Green, Wiesbaden, Germany

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Lineage:
Church-Audio CA-11 > Soundman Adapter A3 > Sony TCD-D7 > DAT > CDR > EAC > WAV > TLH > FLAC > SoundForge Pro 10.0b > TLH > .flac16

Taper: LTB

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TT: 196:50.00

Set One:
01. [06:01.05] Dance Me to the End of Love
02. [07:37.49] The Future
03. [05:10.41] Ain't No Cure for Love
04. [07:16.28] Bird on the Wire
05. [05:40.27] Everybody Knows (Leonard Cohen/Sharon Robinson)
06. [05:09.39] In My Secret Life (Leonard Cohen/Sharon Robinson)
07. [09:29.00] Who by Fire
08. [06:18.58] The Darkness
09. [07:43.50] Born in Chains
10. [04:33.07] Chelsea Hotel #2
11. [08:45.40] Waiting for the Miracle (Leonard Cohen/Sharon Robinson)
12. [11:35.62] Anthem

Set Two:
13. [06:02.35] Tower of Song
14. [04:31.18] Suzanne
15. [05:06.55] Sisters of Mercy
16. [06:43.20] The Gypsy's Wife
17. [07:30.56] Feels So Good
18. [05:58.06] The Partisan (Anna Marly/Emmanuel d'Astier de la Vigerie/Hy Zaret)
19. [06:27.21] Boogie Street (Leonard Cohen/Sharon Robinson)
20. [07:28.49] Hallelujah
21. [05:52.62] I'm Your Man
22. [09:44.01] Take This Waltz (Leonard Cohen after Federico Garcia Lorca)

Encore #1:
23. [04:48.71] So Long, Marianne
24. [07:15.74] First We Take Manhattan

Encore #2:
25. [06:09.37] Famous Blue Raincoat
26. [05:20.48] If It Be Your Will
27. [07:31.68] Closing Time

Encore #3:
28. [08:51.02] I Tried to Leave You
29. [06:05.21] Heart with no Companion

Complete concert.

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The band is:

Leonard Cohen - vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboard.

Javier Mas - bandurria, laud, archilaud, 12-string guitar, electric guitar
Dino Soldo - keyboard, saxophone, wind instruments, dobro, background vocals, acoustic guitar
Bob Metzger - guitar, steel guitar, background vocals
Rafael Bernardo Gayol - drums, percussion
Neil Larsen - keyboards, Hammond B3, accordion
Sharon Robinson - vocals, shaker
Charley Webb - vocals, acoustic guitar
Hattie Webb - vocals, harp
Roscoe Beck - bass, double bass, background vocals"
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Re: Ghent, Grenoble, Wiesbaden, Sligo, Berlin, Malmö, Oslo 2010

Post by Cheshire gal » Tue Sep 28, 2010 10:21 pm

Thank you remote 1.

The sound is indeed very good on Weisbarden. I love those zip downloads. So easy to use. :D
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Re: Ghent, Grenoble, Wiesbaden, Sligo, Berlin, Malmö, Oslo 2010

Post by tomsakic » Wed Sep 29, 2010 1:02 am

Er, I think that in every info at DIME website it says that the trading and circulating of recordings in MP3 format is unwelcomed, because then the copies get mixed and sourced dire, and the scene is full of MP3 source versions which is substantially worse than flac (lossless!) source... One of the rules of the website from which you're copying those infos is that you are expected to trade shows further but only in flac, never mp3.
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Re: Ghent, Grenoble, Wiesbaden, Sligo, Berlin, Malmö, Oslo 2010

Post by remote1 » Wed Sep 29, 2010 1:20 am

Ah, well thanks for reading the small print for me! :?

I will have to remove the mp3s then but will put everything up in FLAC, so no worries. I will do it gradually though as the next few days are busy at work.

To listen to the FLAC recordings, you will need to download and install a player such as VLC (http://www.videolan.org/vlc/), which is free.
Alternatively, you can download and install a converter such as FreeRip (http://www.freerip.com/), and convert the file into .mp3 format. It is also free and easy to use.

Thanks Tomsakic for alerting me to this, and sorry Dime for the mistake!
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Re: Sligo, Berlin, Malmö, Oslo 2010

Post by remote1 » Wed Sep 29, 2010 10:13 am

Sorry to bother you Tom but when you were reading Dime's code of conduct, did you see anything about zipped files. Are they ok?
I read all the stuff about maintaining a fair ratio so that's fine, I've got a healthy ratio and will be able to carry on downloading some more of the 2010 tour, if there is more (which is not the case right now), but if you happened to see anything about zipped files while you were reading about mp3s, it would save me having to go through all the small print again.

Cheers! :)

Edit: Also, I would be grateful for a link to this stuff about mp3s please if you can; I have just spent twenty minutes reading through their instructions and still can't find anything... I must be really thick! :?
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Re: Sligo, Berlin, Malmö, Oslo 2010

Post by remote1 » Thu Sep 30, 2010 1:33 am

Just to repeat, I will put the recordings back at the weekend, although this time they will be in FLAC format. Please read the last couple of posts above this one; this will explain why the links are not working! ;-)
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Re: 2010 audience recordings (some available online)

Post by tomsakic » Sat Oct 02, 2010 11:07 am

Salzburg vine is going on well it seems, and today we're starting St. Margarethen circulation. I will start Zagreb as soon the tape is cleaned and ready; but first theres' a trip to Ljubljana I guess on Oct 12.

I have some other recordings if somebody is interested for a vine - Wiesbaden, Gent (1), plus mentioned Malmo and Oslo. Just write here and I can start it with one copy; it's not big deal and later it's up to you:)

ps. You can listen flac in usual Winamp, and for burning usual audio CD just use free software for dummies which converts and burn audio CD from any possible format with single click: ASHAMPOO BURNING STUDIO FREE 6.

ps2. I merged all threads about 2010 recordings and online links, and changed the title of topic, to avoid possible issues. Let's keep it discrete.
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Re: 2010 audience recordings (some available online)

Post by remote1 » Sat Oct 02, 2010 11:58 am

Quick update: I uploaded Wiesbaden in FLAC, but it is over 1GB which means you have to pay to download it. So I will reupload it in two parts; hopefully, that will do the trick. Sorry for the delay!

Edit: Thanks Tomsakic for offering to set up all the vines. It's great!
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Re: 2010 audience recordings (some available online)

Post by neo » Sat Oct 02, 2010 12:53 pm

The LTB recording of Wiesbaden is highly recommended! Worth the big download, no doubt about it!
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Re: 2010 audience recordings (some available online)

Post by remote1 » Sat Oct 02, 2010 1:04 pm

Yes, I haven't listened to it yet, but that's the Wiesbaden recording I'm uploading; I think you're the second person to say it's truly good!

Also, just wanted to remind you that these mp3 recordings are still available for download:
Malmö - 04.08.2010 (source: unknown): http://www.megaupload.com/?f=7CESRHP3
Oslo - 06.08.2010 (source: unknown): http://www.megaupload.com/?f=BU9BMJ8G
Berlin - 18.08.2010 (source: Duma, with thanks from Remote1): http://www.megaupload.com/?f=U1V99JTP
Sligo - 31.07.2010 (source: Duma, with thanks from Remote1): http://www.megaupload.com/?f=X3YG6HGI ; [zipped file (126MB):
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=SN9SRCJU]
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Re: 2010 audience recordings (some available online)

Post by neo » Sat Oct 02, 2010 2:28 pm

remote1 wrote:Yes, I haven't listened to it yet, but that's the Wiesbaden recording I'm uploading; I think you're the second person to say it's truly good!
I'm listening to it right now and it is simply amazing!
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Re: 2010 audience recordings (some available online)

Post by remote1 » Sat Oct 02, 2010 9:04 pm

Ok, here are the Wiesbaden Flacs. Sensational sound, according to LTB, the taper (sources: LTB and Banalny @ Dime, with thanks from Remote1):
Wiesbaden 2010 (Part 1 of 2): http://www.megaupload.com/?d=WPR200HC
Wiesbaden 2010 (Part 2 of 2): http://www.megaupload.com/?d=QEI7ONJ9

[To listen to the FLAC recordings, you will need to download and install a player such as VLC (http://www.videolan.org/vlc/), which is free.
Alternatively, you can download and install a converter such as FreeRip (http://www.freerip.com/), and convert the file into .mp3 format. It is also free and easy to use.]
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