Intro tape (Nights Winters Years/Blue Jays) 2:00
Bastille Day 5:15
Lakeside Park 4:38
By-Tor and the Snow Dog 4:24
Something for Nothing 3:51
Cygnus X-1 9:43
Closer to the Heart 3:54
2112 (minus Discovery and Oracle) cut 16:19
Medley: Working Man (cut in) 2:13
Fly By Night 1:57
In the Mood 2:28
Drum Solo (fade out) 4:17
|Average Rating:||Audio: 6.5|
(Audio - 6.5)
There is "master clone CDR" have circulated since 2002
from the taper Doug himself. However, the CDR version has
only 61 mins because the taper lost the 2nd 60 mins tape
which had the third side of this recording. Also the source
tape got heavy tape transfer and the sound quality is horrible.
On the other hand, there are very limited number of copies
made in 1970s have circulated among old tape traders and that
version have 77 mins of the show and the tape transfer is
not so heavy. Still the sound quality is very poor, though.
This title sourced unknown gen. old tape copy and has almost
entire concert with slightly better sound quality than
"master clone CDR". Again, the quality is BAD.
The "master clone" also lacks latter half of 'Something
for Nothing' and has only 11 mins of '2112' and it seems the
source tape for "master clone" is 60 mins tape. On the
contrary, this unknown gen. tape has complete 'Something for
Nothing' and almost complete '2112' and cut is on Anthem'
and it is just 45 mins after start the recording. This cut
is available on "master clone" as well and it is thought
that these facts implies the original taping was done with
90 mins tape but then copied to 60 mins tapes by the taper
himself (and the third side was lost after that) and finally
he used the 60 mins tape for making CDR. At the same time,
the 90 mins tape copy which made from original 90 mins tape
master have circulated among tape traders with remain original
form. So, it could conclude that the "master clone CDR" is
actually sourced 1st gen. tape.
Anyways, here is the original entire recording from unknown
gen. analog copy. Although sound quality is very bad, this
recording has historical value at least.
Jun'ya aka the_sphere (2006-06-06)