VH 1981-08-29 – Cincinnati, Ohio (loucap, first gen)

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September 27, 2014 at 5:37 pm Quote #39136

voodoo
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Many thanks!!


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September 27, 2014 at 6:01 pm Quote #39137

voodoo
(1877)

Uummm…what the hell did they do during the intro to “On Fire”? I have never heard this before??!! This is a really nice recording so far! Thanks so much for sharing!!


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September 27, 2014 at 6:25 pm Quote #39139

voodoo
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Apparently I was mixing the shared recording up with the thread title. Does anyone have the 8/29/81 show? According to my list I don’t have it. Thanks. :)


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September 27, 2014 at 6:27 pm Quote #39140

eruption1962
(1361)

I’m gonna grab this too…it seems to be much cleaner than previous versions! Also, I did a cover for this guy…but I don’t see it anywhere. So, I’ll up it here…

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September 27, 2014 at 6:31 pm Quote #39141

Panamaniac
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I have another version of the show that might sound even nicer; unknown gen; see which one you guys think is better; I believe this one is more recent:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/31071110/1981.08.25%20-%20%5BFLAC%5D%20Greensboro%20Coliseum%20-%20Greensboro%2C%20NC%20%5BUNKNOWN%20GEN%20UPGRADE%5D.zip

Might wanna give it maybe 20 minutes or so to upload


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September 27, 2014 at 7:39 pm Quote #39143

jroundy
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Thanks for sharing!!


The poor folks play for keeps down here…They’re the living dead. Nobody rules these streets at night like Van Halen!!


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September 27, 2014 at 7:51 pm Quote #39144

ron
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There are at least three versions of the Greensboro show in circulation. I suspect they all come from the same master.

The 2004 release notes are here: http://www.vhboots.com/25august1981.html

The 2012 release notes are: “While I am not sure of the generation of this show, I discovered while listening to this that it’s a very nice upgrade from many versions that have been circulating. The only thing I did to change the version I had was to track out Sinner’s Swing and Alex’s solo, MA’s bass solo and Runnin’ With The Devil and Sunday Afternoon In The Park-Romeo Delight so they could be seperate tracks. The quality on this is really good and probably one of the best Fair Warning shows in existence. I love the jam before they start playing On Fire. (Nashwolverine)

and then there’s the JS Remaster.

Which one did you upload Panamaniac? Or is there now a 4th version?


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September 27, 2014 at 7:59 pm Quote #39145

eruption1962
(1361)

ron: There are at least three versions of the Greensboro show in circulation.I suspect they all come from the same master.

The 2004 release notes are here: http://www.vhboots.com/25august1981.html

The 2012 release notes are: “While I am not sure of the generation of this show, I discovered while listening to this that it’s a very nice upgrade from many versions that have been circulating. The only thing I did to change the version I had was to track out Sinner’s Swing and Alex’s solo, MA’s bass solo and Runnin’ With The Devil and Sunday Afternoon In The Park-Romeo Delight so they could be seperate tracks. The quality on this is really good and probably one of the best Fair Warning shows in existence. I love the jam before they start playing On Fire. (Nashwolverine)

and then there’s the JS Remaster.

Which one did you upload Panamaniac?Or is there now a 4th version?

Yea…but now there’s cover art ;)


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September 27, 2014 at 8:20 pm Quote #39146

Panamaniac
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ron: There are at least three versions of the Greensboro show in circulation.I suspect they all come from the same master.

The 2004 release notes are here: http://www.vhboots.com/25august1981.html

The 2012 release notes are: “While I am not sure of the generation of this show, I discovered while listening to this that it’s a very nice upgrade from many versions that have been circulating. The only thing I did to change the version I had was to track out Sinner’s Swing and Alex’s solo, MA’s bass solo and Runnin’ With The Devil and Sunday Afternoon In The Park-Romeo Delight so they could be seperate tracks. The quality on this is really good and probably one of the best Fair Warning shows in existence. I love the jam before they start playing On Fire. (Nashwolverine)

and then there’s the JS Remaster.

Which one did you upload Panamaniac?Or is there now a 4th version?

I uploaded 2 versions: the JS remaster first this afternoon; the 2nd Dropbox link is the 2012 release I believe


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September 27, 2014 at 11:15 pm Quote #39148

Big Jon
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Panamaniac: Here’s the Greensboro show.

Thank you !!


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September 27, 2014 at 11:51 pm Quote #39149

ron
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eruption1962: Yea…but now there’s cover art ;)

There is cover art for the 2012 release too.


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September 28, 2014 at 1:42 am Quote #39151

eruption1962
(1361)

ron: There is cover art for the 2012 release too.

Unless it’s one of mine…I’ve never seen it!


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September 28, 2014 at 11:57 am Quote #39154

ron
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Panamaniac: I uploaded 2 versions: the JS remaster first this afternoon; the 2nd Dropbox link is the 2012 release I believe

…and how do they both sound to your ears? I find the 2012 version far more listenable. The JS Remaster seems to run really fast to me. (check out Unchained)

I also checked out the version released by Lou in 2004, and found it to be similar to the 2012 version, but the 2012 version is clearer.

PS: Someone should try and separate this thread into the two different 1981 shows being talked about.


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September 28, 2014 at 4:37 pm Quote #39158

Panamaniac
(178)

ron: …and how do they both sound to your ears?I find the 2012 version far more listenable.The JS Remaster seems to run really fast to me.(check out Unchained)
I also checked out the version released by Lou in 2004, and found it to be similar to the 2012 version, but the 2012 version is clearer.
PS: Someone should try and separate this thread into the two different 1981 shows being talked about.

I’m with you ron; I haven’t heard the 2004 version but 2012 sounds more natural to me than the JS remaster; the pan on the JS remaster sounds more mono/in front of my face; 2012 sounds like a more natural stereo mix where I hear the sounds from both ears more clearly.

Also, not only does the speed sound more correct but I can hear the drum fills/cymbals clearer as well; check the final chorus of Dance the Night Away on both and you’ll see what I mean


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September 28, 2014 at 4:48 pm Quote #39160

voodoo
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ron
PS: Someone should try and separate this thread into the two different 1981 shows being talked about.

I second that emotion.


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