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mardi 2 janvier 1973

Robert Wyatt
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+...

Rock en Stock, Paris, France

p:115/500/1...M/16
Menu
Hatfield and the North and special guest Robert Wyatt
1973-01-02 : Rock en Stock, Paris, France.

Bonus (Ce que l'on n'entend pas au début de la vidéo)

 



Audio


From original French TV live broadcast.

TV > Geloso mono tape recorder G257 >
Sony stereo tape recorder TC-377 > Archos AV320
Lineage: ANA(M) > WAV(PCM 44.1Khz 16 bits)

ici
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Format : MPEG Audio
Version du format : Version 1
Profil du format : Layer 3
Durée : 3mn 11s
Type de débit : Constant
Débit : 128 Kbps
Canaux : 1 canal
Echantillonnage : 44,1 KHz
Mode de compression : Avec perte
Taille du flux : 2,91 Mio (100%)
Bibliothèque utilisée : LAME3.98r
Paramètres d'encodage : -m m -V 4 -q 3 -lowpass 20.5 -b 128

Discographie / Discography

Robert Wyatt

Mes Matérialisés

1970Robert WyattThe End Of An EarCBS64189, S 64189LP
1974Robert WyattRock BottomVirginV 2017LP
1980Robert WyattAt Last I Am Free / Strange FruitRough TradeRT 0527"
1980Robert Wyatt / Peter BlackmanStalin Wasn't Stalling / StalingradRough TradeRT 0467"
2005Robert Wyatt & Friends of Robert WyattTheatre Royal Drury Lane 8th September 1974Hannibal RecordsHNCD 1507CD
2007Robert WyattComicoperaDominoWIGCD202CD

Mes Autres

0Robert Wyatt, Gilad Atzmon, Ros StephenFor The Ghosts Within (2010)M3171
1899Robert WyattRock BottomM1966
1968Robert Wyatt68W14114
1975Robert WyattRuth Is Stranger Than RichardM1609
2003Robert WyattCuckoolandM22016
2014Robert WyattDifferent Every TimeM32030

Allées X Venues

Robert Wyatt

2014

1+emission spéciale FIP2014-11-04Different Every TimePodcast FipParisFranceB01

Enregistrements

(1/1) Robert Wyatt, 2014-11-04, Different Every Time, Podcast Fip, Paris, France

Audio/Flac, /, ()

115001001t
Notes

Émission spéciale Robert Wyatt pour "Different Every Time"

Le 04 novembre 2014 par Antoine Bonvoisin
Émission spéciale Robert Wyatt pour Different Every Time

(Ré)écoute : Auteur de "Rock Bottom" et ancien batteur de Soft Machine, Robert Wyatt sort son double album compilation le 18 novembre.

Fip consacre une émission spéciale à Robert Wyatt, batteur et chanteur anglais, le 17 novembre à 21h, à l’occasion de la sortie de son double album compilation, Different Every Time.
Découvrez dès maintenant notre playlist, regroupant quelques morceaux qui seront mis à l’honneur lors de cette soirée.
Une programmation de René Hardiagon, avec Massimo Bellini à la réalisation et Cécile Chedin à l'animation.

ON TV

merci a hardprog pour le partage de son titanesque travail : Rock on TV *

1971-01-10Great BritainAnatomy Of Pop, Robert Wyatt ,
1983-06-03Great BritainOld Grey Whistle Test, Robert Wyatt ,
1986-10-25AustraliaRock Arena, Robert Wyatt ,
2007-11-30Great BritainLater With Jools Holland, Robert Wyatt ,

Liens/Links

p:535/500/2...D/16

Matching Mole

 

Discographie / Discography

Matching Mole

Mes Matérialisés

Matching MoleMatching Mole's Little Red RecordColumbiaCOL 471488-2, 471488 2CD
1972Matching MoleMatching MoleCBSS 64850, 64850LP
1972Matching MoleMatching Mole's Little Red RecordCBSS 65260, 65260LP
2001Matching MoleMatching MoleColumbia505478 2CD

Mes Autres

1972Matching MoleMatching MoleM1281

Allées X Venues

Matching Mole

1972

11D1972-02-20De DoelenRotterdamNetherlandsB
12D1972-02-20Globa TheatreEindhovenNetherlandsB
26ticketT1972-04-03Royal Festival HallLondonEnglandB
451972-06-21Maida Vale StudiosLondonEnglandB01
491972-07-01ChateauHérouvilleFranceB01

Enregistrements

(45/1) Matching Mole, 1972-06-21, Maida Vale Studios, London, England

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

MATCHING MOLE
June 21, 1972
London, UK
Maida Vale Studio
Broadcast July 6, 1972


I got this a long, long time ago on a tape with 3 other Matching Mole shows on it (short shows all).
Two of the others have been officially released.
The third other, from May 15 at the Paris Olympia Theater, has been on DIME before as a soundboard, in January 2007 seeded by upkerry12
Does anyone have that one to share? Somehow I missed that one.

Any Matching Mole would be appreciated.
Thanks,
LO

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THE SONGS:
01 Gloria Gloom 5.08
02 Nan True's Hole 6.01
03 Brandy as in Benj 4.24

TOTAL TIME 15.01


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THE BAND:

Robert Wyatt -vocals and drums
Phil Miller - guitar
Dave McRae - keyboards
Bill McCormick - bass


--------------------------
THE SOUND:

Not too bad.
If anyone has a better sounding copy please share it.

LISTEN TO A SAMPLE BELOW

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THE LINEAGE:
FM > cassette to me (unknown generation - A BUNCH) > Nakamichi BX-2 for playback with azimuth adjustment done > digitize via Audacity > FLAC 8 via xAct

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To the best of my research this BBC broadcast has not been officially released.
So far there have been 6 Matching Mole Records, 2 studio and 4 live (& all of BBC RADIO 1 is on ON THE RADIO, so really only 5 releases)
Here is their official output:

MATCHING MOLE (studio album)
---------------------------------------------------------
MATCHING MOLE'S LITTLE RED RECORD (studio album)
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MATCHING MOLE ON THE RADIO (Hux) - LIVE
1972-04-17 == Marchides / Instant Pussy / Smoke Signal (20:33)
1972-01-17 == Part Of The Dance (7:56) Instant Kitten / Dedicated To Hugh But You Weren't Listening (9:59)
1972-03-06 == No 'Alf Measures (6:49) Lything And Gracing (7:19)
1972-07-27* == Instant Pussy (3:17) Lything And Gracing (3:13) Marchides (10:30) Part Of The Dance (7:29) Brandy As In Benj (0:48)
* also released as BBC RADIO 1 LIVE IN CONCERT (Windsong 1994 CD)
---------------------------------------------------------
SMOKE SIGNALS (Cuneiform) - LIVE
Spring 1972, diverse live gigs in Europe
Intro (0:45) March Ides_1 (4:23) Smoke Rings (7:52) Nan True's Hole (6:01) Brandy As In Benj (4:23) Electric Piano Solo (1:11) March Ides_2 (4:56) Instant Pussy (2:52) Smoke Signal (7:00) Lything And Gracing 11:54)

Spring 1972, diverse live gigs in Europe
---------------------------------------------------------
MATCHING MOLE MARCH (Live 1972 ) unknown date, city, venue
March Ð 4:49
Instant Pussy Ð 4:53
Smoke Signals Ð 6:20
Part Of The Dance Ð 9:54
No Alf Measures Ð 5:44
Lything And Gracing Ð 11:36
Waterloo Lilly Ð 4:21

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HEY GANG:
I offer what I have, with ALL the information known to me.
If you've got a better version, seed it.
If you have more accurate information, please add it in a comment.
Try and keep it positive.
Let's make DIME as good an experience for all as possible.


Cheers,
Lake Ogleton


(49/1) Matching Mole, 1972-07-01, Chateau, Hérouville, France

Audio/Flac, /, ()

535049001a535049001b535049001c535049001d535049001e535049001g535049001h
Notes

The original is still running
& can be found here--->http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=464729

-------------------------------------------------------

Matching Mole + Bond And Brown - 1972-07-01 'Rockenstock', Chalons, France (TFG-unclemeat)
(I think that the filming took place in the studio at Château d'Hérouville near Paris...never heard of Chalons)
This combines two TV shows : "Rockenstock" dated 01/07/1972 on the notes the FG gave me, and "Pop 2" dated 10/6/1972 (broadcast date). Therefore these seem to be two different performances, the second one being (according to the INA web site) from Paris, may 1972.

Matching Mole + Bond And Brown

'Rockenstock', Chalons, France 1972-07-01 (TFG-unclemeat)

TRACK LISTING

DISC 1 (36:32)

BOND AND BROWN
01 Get Up And Dance (CUT)...................(1:04)
02 Lost Tribe............................(4:25)
03 Ig The Pig..............................(6:20)
04 Got a Letter From a Computer............(7:28)
MATCHING MOLE
05 Gloria Gloom/Part Of The Dance (Part 1).(13:42)
06 Gloria Gloom/Part Of The Dance (Part 2)..(3:32)

LINE UP

BOND AND BROWN
Graham Bond (organ, alto sax, vocals)
Pete Brown (trumpet, talking drums, vocals)
Derek Foley (guitar)
Lisle Harper (bass, congas, vocals)
Ed Spevock (drums, percussion, backing vocals)
Diane Bond (vocals, congas, percussion)

MATCHING MOLE
Robert Wyatt - Drums, Vocals
Phil Miller - Guitar
Bill MacCormick - Bass
Dave MacRae - Keyboards

SOURCE / LINEAGE

Mono TV reels

UNC'S LINEAGE
TV > reel-to-reel (mono, 1st gen) > wav > flac
MY LINEAGE
FLAC > Computer WAV > Cool Edit 2000 > WAV > TLH v2.4.1 > FLAC 8 > DIME > you

This is a recording done by The French Gentleman (TFG) to reel tapes.
Our DIMEr friend unclemeat got it digitized from the reels to mono WAVs (SEE BELOW).
He also figured out most of the titles, as you see them here.
The thanks for this should go to them.

I converted them to 2-channel mono, SBE-fixed the files, and you hold in your digital hand the results.

There were 5 numbered tracks, plus one unnumbered but labeled 'Matching Mole' that sounds like the continuation of the 5th track.
I made that last one the 6th track, as it sounds like a continuation of GG+POTD.

NOTES

A nice old rare TV recording.
There's a buzz/hummm in the background, whatchyagonnado.
(If someone wants to & can tidy that up, feel free.)

There's an announcer mixed in here on the beginning or end of some tracks.
And he pops up again over the music (sigh) near the end of GG+POTDpt1.
I left unclemeat's breakdowns here intact.

- - - -

DATE - ?
The whole thing was listed as date of 1972-07-01.
But the segment that sounds like GG+POTDpt2 was separately named with a date 1972-06-10.
I dunno, maybe the event happened on 06-10 and got aired on 07-01?
Just relaying to you what infos I see.
For lack of further facts now, I'm sticking with the 07-01 date.

- - - -

The main pt1 MM segment is also available here (less humm but top frequencies gone):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyPNZiFJyS0
Priceless - RW in a mask!; I agree with a poster there - Bob is a genius.
(The clip also lists the 1972-07-01 date.)

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above is original accumulated info

edit notes:
-reduced the hum & buzz
-cleaned up the odd loud pop
Most of the show was almost drop free.
The last track GG+POTDpt2 in dispute in the writing above is
clearly inferior & had many flat/dead spots in the first 1:30,
some which I repaired(suggesting a different reel?).Who knows........
I retracked close to the original track timings.

Anyways, this is really quite good sounding without the hum/buzz.
Thnx to TFG, unclemeat & jschmoe for the go on this little gem.
Samples included.

enjoy, bluebomber 2014


ON TV

merci a hardprog pour le partage de son titanesque travail : Rock on TV *

1972-06-10FrancePop Deux, Matching Mole ,
1972-07-01FranceRockenstock, Matching Mole , Pete Brown ,
p:536/500/3...D/16

Hatfield and the North

 

Discographie / Discography

Hatfield and the North

Mes Autres

1973Hatfield And The NorthHatfield And The NorthM18417
2010Hatfield & The NorthJohn Peel Session (12th January 1973)F7353

Allées X Venues

Hatfield and the north

1973

8X1973-01-02RockenstockParisFranceB01 / 02
431973-07-07KloojenbergZwolleNetherlandsB01

1974

891974-03-29Tin Pan AlleyEmmenNetherlandsB01
92D1974-03-31De ToverbalMaassluisNetherlandsB
91D1974-03-31Image ClubTerneuzenNetherlandsB
931974-04-13Chalk Farm RoundhouseLondonEnglandB01
981974-04-24Town HallBirminghamEnglandB01
99ticketT1974-04-25City HallNewcastleEnglandB
1051974-05-10Lady Mitchell HallCambridgeEnglandB01
1401974-11-09GuildfordEnglandB01

1975

1871975-04-28Collegiate TheatreLondonEnglandB01
2001975-06-01The Winning PostTwickenhamEnglandB01

2005

2182005-06-17De KadeZaandamNetherlandsB01

Enregistrements

(8/1) Hatfield and the north, 1973-01-02, Rockenstock, Paris, France

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Hatfield and the North
Rockenstock TV filming
Studio ORTF des Buttes-Chaumont, Paris, France
January 2, 1973

1. God Song
2. Fol De Rol
3. For Robert
4. A-Mewsing

Richard Sinclair: bass, voice
Phil Miller: guitar
Pip Pyle: drums
Dave Sinclair: keyboards
and
Robert Wyatt: voice

There were two distinct appearances by Hatfield on "Rockenstock". The first, with Dave Sinclair on keyboards and Robert Wyatt guesting, was actually recorded at the ORTF Studios of Les Buttes-Chaumont in Paris, but not at the Chateau d'Herouville (btw, they don't play "Finesse For Fairies" but "For Robert" (including some "Rifferama" variations), and the untitled Dave Sinclair piece is "A-Mewsing". There was a second appearance recorded in September 1973 and broadcast in February 1974, with Dave Stewart, and that's the one filmed at Herouville. I know Pip had been handed the audio masters for that by producer Pierre Lattes.
Some of it might appear on a future archive CD. So far, nothing was used on neither "Hatwise Choice" nor "Hattitude".


(8/2) Hatfield and the north, 1973-01-02, Rockenstock, Paris, France

Audio/DVD, /, ()

Notes

Hatfield and The North
Rockenstock TV filmings

Trade DVD-R > PC > DIME

A. Studio ORTF des Buttes-Chaumont, Paris, France
January 2, 1973 - Broadcast live

1. God Song
2. Fol De Rol
3. For Robert
4. A-Mewsing

Richard Sinclair - Bass, Vocals
Phil Miller - Guitar
Pip Pyle - Drums
Dave Sinclair - Keyboards
and
Robert Wyatt - Vocals


B. Château d'Hérouville, France
September x, 1973 - Broadcast February 5, 1974

1. Blane / Nan True's Hole / Big Jobs
2. Going Up To People And Tinkling / Lobster Extract / Landcrabs

Dave Stewart - Keyboards
Phil Miller - Guitar
Richard Sinclair - Bass, Vocals
Pip Pyle - Drums


Total time 37:54

There were two distinct appearances by Hatfield on "Rockenstock". The first, with Dave Sinclair on keyboards and Robert Wyatt guesting, was actually recorded at the ORTF Studios of Les Buttes-Chaumont in Paris, but not at the Chateau d'Herouville (btw, they don't play "Finesse For Fairies" but "For Robert" (including some "Rifferama" variations), and the untitled Dave Sinclair piece is "A-Mewsing". There was a second appearance recorded in September 1973 and broadcast in February 1974, with Dave Stewart, and that's the one filmed at Herouville. I know Pip had been handed the audio masters for that by producer Pierre Lattes. Some of it might appear on a future archive CD. So far, nothing was used on neither "Hatwise Choice" nor "Hattitude".

Video attributes: MPEG2, PAL 4:3 (720 x 576), Frame Rate 25.000 fps, Average Bit Rate 9200 Kbps
Audio attributes: MP2, Sampling Rate 48000 Hz, Bit Rate 384 Kbps, stereo

http://www.hatfieldandthenorth.co.uk/
http://calyx.perso.neuf.fr/hatfield/index.html

Please support the artists! Buy their official releases and go to their concerts!
Trade freely! Do not sell! Keep it lossless!

Uploaded to DIME by propylaen in February 2016.

Enjoy!

(43/1) Hatfield and the north, 1973-07-07, Kloojenberg, Zwolle, Netherlands

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Hatfield And The North
1973-07-07 - Zwolle, NL - Kloojenberg - aud (71m)

Richard Sinclair, Phil Miller, Pip Pyle, Dave Stewart

1) intro (Rifferama extract) (0:24) *
2) Finesse Is For Fairies (2:21)
3) For Robert (2:49)
4) No Place Like Homerton (1:19)
5) Calyx (3:09) **
6) Licks For The Ladies (3:44)
7) God Song (3:27)
8) tone generator improv (1:36)
9) Gigantic Land Crabs In Earth Takeover Bid (1:25) ***
10) No Place Like Homerton (2:18)
11) Rifferama (5:38)
12) Fol De Rol (4:25)
13) Part Of The Dance (3:38)
14) Shaving Is Boring (7:37)
15) Big Jobs No. 2 (2:34)
16) Lobster In Cleavage Probe (2:03)
17) Gigantic Land Crabs In Earth Takeover Bid (3:23)
18) improvised noises (6:12)
19) Nan's True Hole (5:11)
20) Lything And Gracing pt. 1 (2:23)
21) Lything And Gracing pt. 2 (6:21)

* Fades in.
** Dropouts at 0:03, 0:29, 0:39 and 1:01.
*** [Cut at 1:18].

Lineage: Traded cdr (snail mail trade) > wav (EAC log included) > flac (Flac frontend).

I received this show labeled as "Hedon Zwolle 1974". After listening to this and based on the setlist (very similar to that provided by Calyx for Hatfield's June/July 1973 Holland tour), I came to the conclusion that this has to be from 1973, not '74.
Calyx chronology lists a show in Zwolle on July 7th 1973 (at Kloojenberg) so this is the date I stick to (and also the date under which this circulates in trading lists).
If anyone has more details please share them. Enjoy it!

included files:

EAC log
Trader's Little Helper lossless log
flac fingerprints
wav md5

Maclen's torrent # 11 for 2011.

Apr 2011

(89/1) Hatfield and the north, 1974-03-29, Tin Pan Alley, Emmen, Netherlands

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Hatfield and the North
Tin Pan Alley, Emmen, The Netherlands
29 March 1974

Soundboard recording
Trade CDR > EAC (secure) > FLAC (L8)

1. Tuning & Intro
2. Your Majesty Is Like A Cream Donut (loud)
3. God Song
4. Big Jobs (Poo Poo Extract)
5. Shaving Is Boring
6. Licks For The Ladies
7. Bossa Nochance
8. Big Jobs No. 2 (by Poo And The Wee Wees)
9. Lything And Gracing
*** 10. Gnome-Smashing Interlude *** Omitted - see note below
*** 11. (Son Of) There's No Place Like Homerton (excerpt) *** Omitted - see note below
12. Aigrette
13. Rifferama

Total time 33:19 (37:40 incl. omitted tracks)

Phil Miller - guitar
Richard Sinclair - bass and vocals
Dave Stewart - keyboards
Pip Pyle - drums

http://www.hatfieldandthenorth.co.uk/
http://calyx.perso.neuf.fr/hatfield/index.html

Note: Tracks 10 & 11 have been officially released in 2005 on the "Hatwise Choice" cd, a collection of Hatfield and the North archive recordings. Therefore they had to be left out here...

Support the artists! Buy their official releases, go to their concerts!
Trade freely! Do not sell! Keep it lossless!

Uploaded to DIME by propylaen in January 2015.

Enjoy!

(93/1) Hatfield and the north, 1974-04-13, Chalk Farm Roundhouse, London, England

Audio/Flac, /, ()

536093001f536093001b
Notes

Hatfield and the North 1974-04-13 Chalk Farm Roundhouse London England

This CD-r release is from a reel-to-reel tape recorded at 3 3/4 ips that I got in trade many years ago.

Mics and recorder unknown >
Reel-to-reel tape recorded at 3 3/4 ips >
Playback Deck: Akai GX-625 >
Nikko 32 Band EQ >
Akai DR16 Digital Hard Disk Recorder >
Sony PCM-R500 DAT Recorder >
Sony DAT Tape >
HHB CDR-800 Compact Disc Recorder >
HHB CDR >
WAV > SHN

1. Your Majesty Is Like A Cream Donut [loud]/God Song
2. Big Jobs/Shaving Is Boring/Licks For The Ladies/Bossa Nochance/Big Jobs/Extract [A.Gowen]
3. Gigantic Land Crabs In Earth Takeover Bid
4. Fol De Rol
5. Going Up To People And Tinkling
6. Calyx
7. Son Of 'There's No Place Like Homerton'
8. Aigrette
9. Rifferama
10. Lobster In Cleavage Probe
11. Prenut/Your Majesty Is Like A Cream Donut
12. [finale]

I removed all gaps which were a result of tape flip and change. I also made a slight speed correction.

I did the editing, mastering, digital transfer and the artwork for this version of this show. Please keep the artwork and text file, unaltered, together with the SHN's.

For Trade or Give Away only - Do not Sell - Do not encode as MP3

February 27, 2004
T________


(98/1) Hatfield and the north, 1974-04-24, Town Hall, Birmingham, England

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Hatfield and the North - April 24, 1974 (AUD - 60 Minutes Long) Town Hall, Birmingham, England

This recording comes from a 2007 download (thanks to whoever, THX!!!), but these are not those original files.
There was no mention in the text file who shared, but again, whoever did it is very much appreciated!! THX!!!
I'm always looking for upgrades, alternate sources, & uncirculated Hatfield and the North shows.
If you have any of those, please share or get them to someone that can do so.
Enjoy!!

*****************************************************************
Hatfield and the North .... April 24, 1974
Town Hall, Birmingham, England

Dave Stewart - Keyboard
Phil Miller - Guitar
Pip Pyle - Drums
Richard Sinclair - Bass, Vocals


Taper, & Taping Gear: ??Unknown??
Lineage: "AUD" 2007 Download: cd> eac (secure mode) wav> flac files> Burned to audio disc (Nero) Trade CDR> 2012 DAE (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Quality: vg+
Length: 18 tracks = 59:39 minutes
Artwork: none (front only).
Samples: none.


ORIGINAL Set List:

Your Majesty is like a cream donut (Loud)> *God Song (instrumental)*
Big Jobs (Poo Poo Extract)
Shaving is boring
Licks for *the* ladies
Bossa Nochance
Big Jobs No.2 (by Poo and the Wee Wees)> *Extract (A.Gowen)*> *Blane*
*Lything And Gracing (conclusion)*
*Prenut*> Going up to people and tinkling *(incl. blow)* > CALYX
Son of There's no place like Homerton - Aigrette - Rifferama


ORIGINAL COLLECTED NOTES:
The date is April *24th*, not 30th.
This was part of a tour (Virgin "Crisis" Tour #1) sharing the bill with Gong (with both bands supporting and headlining on alternate nights).
Because of an indexing error on the reissue of Matching Mole's "Little Red Record", a lot of people seem to misinterpret the final part of "Lything & Gracing", aka "Righteous Rhumba", as the beginning of "Brandy As In Benj", but this is clearly wrong !). Enjoy


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Prepared by Jeff James (roryglzep@aol.com)
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(105/1) Hatfield and the north, 1974-05-10, Lady Mitchell Hall, Cambridge, England

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Hatfield And The North
Lady Mitchell Hall, Cambridge, England
10 May 1974

source: aud > mono portable Sony recorder > dat > cdr > eac > wav > flac > wav > flac
transfer: Sony TCK 611 S > Tascam DA20 @ 44.1 kHz > Pioneer PDR 609 > cdr

taper Simon Shepherd who transferred to cdr (after some nagging by MB)

disc 1
Lol Coxhill (saxophone) & Steve Miller (keyboard) (support)

01 equipment problems
02 ???

Hatfield and the North
set 1

03 tuning
04 Your Majesty Is Like A Cream Donut (loud)
05 Big Jobs (Poo Poo Extract)
06 Shaving Is Boring
07 Licks For The Ladies
08 Bossa Nochance
09 Big Jobs No.2 (by Poo and the Wee Wees)
10 improv ?
11 tone generator improv
12 improv > Gigantic Land Crabs In Earth Takeover Bid

disc 2
set 2 *

01 tuning
02 Fol de Rol
03 Going Up To People And Tinkling
04 Calyx
05 Son Of "There's No Place Like Homerton"
06 Aigrette
07 Rifferama

1st encore
08 Lobster In Cleavage Probe
09 Your Majesty Is Like A Cream Donut

2nd encore
10 The Laughing Policeman

* (augmented by Robert Wyatt, Alan Gowen, Steve Miller, Lol Coxhill, Lyn Dobson, Jimmy Hastings, Jeremy Baines & The Northettes)

notes;

- volume in right channel boosted by approximately 5 decibels throughout, apart from a couple of small sections where it was a little less or more
- a significant number of clicks have been removed from the Lol Coxhill & Steve Miller set. The Hatfield's sets were relatively clean (apart from noises where the mic was moved or knocked), only a few clicks have been removed
- the Hatfield's set 2 and the encore were sent to me as three files. There were fades in and out. I've cross-faded to smooth the transitions.
- light noise and hiss reduction applied throughout
- polished with iZotope Ozone

Comments:

Here's what Simon had to say about his recording gear "It was a shitty little plastic mic into a mono portable Sony, one of the ones about the size of a brick."

All things considered, he got a remarkably good recording.

Thanks to Simon for capturing this show. Thanks also to Martin Bloomfield for being persistent, getting the disc to me and putting the setlist together.

re-mastered, tracked & flac'd
SIRMick
January 2005


(140/1) Hatfield and the north, 1974-11-09, Guildford, England

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Hatfield and the North
Surrey University, Guildford, England
9 November 1974

Virgin/NME Crisis Tour
Audience recording VG+/EX-
Trade CDR > EAC (secure) > WAV > Adobe Audition CS6 (volume adjust, re-tracking) > TLH (fix SBEs) > FLAC (L8)

1. Your Majesty Is Like A Cream Donut (loud)
2. The Yes-No Interlude
3. Fitter Stoke Has A Bath
4. Calyx
5. Let's Eat (Real Soon)
6. Aigrette
7. Lounging There Trying
8. Dave's Old Tune
9. Rifferama
10. Lumps
11. Blane
12. Band Improv
13. Strand On The Green
14. Prenut
15. Your Majesty Is Like A Cream Donut (loud)
16. O What A Lonely Lifetime

Total time 1:00:59

Dave Stewart (keyboards)
Phil Miller (guitar)
Richard Sinclair (bass, vocal)
Pip Pyle (drums)

http://www.hatfieldandthenorth.co.uk/
http://calyx.perso.neuf.fr/hatfield/index.html

Note: Opening acts were Kevin Coyne & Coxhill/Miller

Support the artists! Buy their official releases, go to their concerts!
Trade freely! Do not sell! Keep it lossless!

Uploaded to DIME by propylaen in March 2015.

Enjoy!

(187/1) Hatfield and the north, 1975-04-28, Collegiate Theatre, London, England

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Hatfield and the North - August 6, 1970 (AUD - 38 Minutes Long) Collegiate Theater, London, England

This recording comes from a January 2007 download (thanks to whoever, THX!!!), but these are not those original files.
There was no mention in the text file who shared, but again, whoever did it is very much appreciated!! THX!!!
I'm always looking for upgrades, alternate sources, & uncirculated Hatfield and the North shows.
If you have any of those, please share or get them to someone that can do so.
Enjoy!!

*****************************************************************
Hatfield and the North .... April 28, 1975
Collegiate Theater, London, England

Richard Sinclair - bass, vocal
Pip Pyle - drums
Phil Miller - guitar
Dave Stewart - keyboards


Taper, & Taping Gear: ??Unknown??
Source: "AUD" from Liberated Bootleg "NbH"
Lineage: "AUD" 2007 Download: silver cd> eac (secure mode)> flac files> Burned to audio disc (Nero) Trade CDR> 2012 DAE (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Quality: vg+/ex-
Length: 4 tracks = 37:39 minutes
Artwork: none.
Samples: none.


ORIGINAL Set List:

1. Mumps-Lumps-Prennt
2. The Yes No Interlude
3. Fitter Stokes Has a Bath
4. Didn't Matter Anyway



----------------------------------------------------------
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Prepared by Jeff James (roryglzep@aol.com)
*****************************************************************


(200/1) Hatfield and the north, 1975-06-01, The Winning Post, Twickenham, England

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Hatfield & The North
The Winning Post
Twickenham
England, UK
06/01/1975

Lineage: sbd > cass?? > cdr > eac > wav > flac > wav > flac

01 Share It
02 Lounging There Trying
03 Mumps
04 Organ Improv
05 God Song
06 Dave's Old Tune
07 Chaos At The Greasy Spoon
08 Halfway Between Heaven And Earth
09 Let's Eat (Real Soon) (instrumental)
10 O What A Lonely Lifetime
11 (Big) John Wayne...
12 Underdub
13 The Yes-No Interlude
14 Fitter Stoke Has A Bath
15 It Didn't Matter Anyway

Richard Sinclair - bass, vocal
Pip Pyle - drums
Phil Miller - guitar
Dave Stewart - keyboards

notes:

- speed corrected as show was fast by approximately 5%
- large pop removed at 31:57:9

comments:

- there is a noticeable level of hiss throughout
- there are a couple of small cuts where it appears the stop start button on the tape recorder was hit. Luckily not in the middle of any tunes!

re-mastered, tracked & flac'd

SIRMick
February 2005

(218/1) Hatfield and the North, 2005-06-17, De Kade, Zaandam, Netherlands

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536218001f536218001b
Notes

Hatfield and the North
De Kade, Zaandam, The Netherlands
June 17, 2005

Lineage:
Hoedveld en het Noorden > Sony ECM 719 > HiMd Linear PCM > OMG > WAV > FLAC
Recorded by YoungPumpkin

Additional lineage:
FLAC > WAV > CDR > EAC (secure) > WAV > Adobe Audtion CS6 (reduce excess applause, volume adjustment, slight EQ, tracking) > TLH > FLAC (L8, SB aligned)
Editing & Remastering by propylaen

First Set:
1. LICKS FOR THE LADIES 2:47
2. TAKE YOUR PICK (incl. THE YES-NO INTERLUDE) 14:34
3. SHARE IT 3:21
4. KEEP ON CARING 10:26
5. SEVEN SISTERS 10:32
6. CALYX -> 8:24
7. UNDERDUB 7:21
8. GOD SONG 4:10
9. LYTHING AND GRACING (finale) 4:39

Second Set:
1. WHAT'S RATTLIN'? 7:56
2. WHAT IN THE WORLD 9:04
3. DISASSOCIATION (from NINE FEET UNDERGROUND) 5:01
4. Pip speaks 1:36
5. HALFWAY BETWEEN HEAVEN AND EARTH / DIDN'T MATTER ANYWAY -> 29:43
6. FELAFEL SHUFFLE 8:39

Total time

Personnel:
Richard Sinclair - bass, vocals
Alex Maguire - keyboards
Phil Miller - guitars
Pip Pyle - drums
Mark Fletcher - drums

http://www.hatfieldandthenorth.co.uk/
https://www.burningshed.com/store/hatfield/
http://www.demonmusicgroup.co.uk/catalogue/releases/access-all-areas-hatfield-and-the-north/
http://calyx.perso.neuf.fr/hatfield/

YoungPumpkin's original notes:
Some places this gig was announced as "Reunion Tour". IMHO, this is an ongoing development. As far as I know, Hatfield and the North never performed before with double drums. I consider this as an experiment which is definitely succeeded. Enjoy as much as I did!

Originally uploaded to DIME by youngpumpkin in June 2005.
This version uploaded by propylaen in January 2016.

Support the artists! Buy their official releases, go to their concerts!
Trade freely! Do not sell! Keep it lossless!

Enjoy!


p:537/500/4...D/16

National Health

 

Discographie / Discography

National Health

Mes Matérialisés

1978National HealthOf Queues And CuresCharly RecordsCRL 5010LP

Mes Autres

0National HealthDreams Wide Awake - Disc 1M3191

Allées X Venues

National Health

1976

91976-02-14LondonEnglandB01
141976-02-22University New DinesDundeeScotlandB01
171976-02-26EnfieldB01
18+[DM]1976-06-19LouveciennesFranceB01

1977

411977-02-03MetzFranceB01
761977-07-31Queen Elizabeth HallLondonEnglandB01
92+[DM]1977-11-20HippodromeParisFranceB01

1978

103ticketT1978-03-10Salle Des Fêtes Du Grand ParcBordeauxFranceB01
1151978-03-28ParisFranceB01 / 02
147D1978-07-03DorkingEnglandB

1979

1891979-11-29My Father S PlaceRoslynNY, USB01

1983

271D1983-05-31BBC Maida Vale StudiosLondonEnglandB

Enregistrements

(9/1) National Health, 1976-02-14, London, England

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537009001f537009001b
Notes

When I received this concert on a trade, the source known was "Radio Broadcast", but when the years progressed some sites of trade the source changed at "Soundboard", sincerely today I have doubt with is the source correct, but I think the better is upload the show like I've received my copie several years ago, so...

Source: Radio Broadcast > Trade > EAC (wav) > FLAC Frontend encode level 8 > You.

This isn't: "The Northern Lights - Polar Lights Highland HL382/383"!!! "This is the complete show".

Lineup:
Alan Gowen: Keyboards
Dave Stewart: Keyboards
Phil Miller: Guitar
Mont Campbell: Bass
Bill Bruford: Drums
* Amanda Parsons: vocals (not on show due to illness)
* Steve Hillage: Guitar (guest)

Setlist:
1. Tenemos Roads (14:43)
2. Paracelsus (5:58)
3. Trident Asleep (16:09)
4. Agrippa (8:46)
5. B.O.O.G.E.H. (10:25)
6. Elephants (12:59)
7. The Lethargy Shuffle Part II (6:16)


Artwork included

Enjoy!
pablodrums


(14/1) National Health, 1976-02-22, University New Dines, Dundee, Scotland

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537014001f537014001b
Notes

Hi there, Here we have other excellent performance from National Health, with the great Bill Bruford on drums of course... one new oportunity from enjoy that incredible band with a great quality from sound!...

February 2nd, 1976
Dundee, University of Dundee, UK

Source: Soundboard > Trade > EAC (wav) > FLAC > You.

Lineup:
Alan Gowen: Keyboards
Dave Stewart: Keyboards
Phil Miller: Guitar
Mont Campbell: Bass
Amanda Parsons: vocals
Bill Bruford: Drums

Setlist:
1. Tenemos Roads
2. Paracelsus
3. Trident Asleep
4. Clocks And Clouds
5. The Lethargy Shuffle
6. Agrippa
7. Elephants

Artwork included

Enjoy!
pablodrums


(17/1) National Health, 1976-02-26, Enfield

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537017001f
Notes

National Health
1976-02-26 - Enfield (near London), UK - Middlesex Polytechnic - sbd (78m)

Dave Stewart, Alan Gowen, Phil Miller, Mont Campbell, Amanda Parsons, Bill Bruford

1) Tenemos Roads (9:33) *
2) Paracelsus (6:03) **
3) Trident Asleep (18:48) ***
4) Clocks And Clouds (11:48) $
5) The Lethargy Shuffle (10:08)
6) Agrippa (8:53) =
7) Elephants (13:41)

* [Cuts in]. "That piece was by Dave Stewart (...) the second piece is by Phil Miller".
** Repeated bit after song end (1 sec. overlap).
*** "This next song is a piece by...by Alan Gowen...can you see over there?...".
$ [Cut on very last notes].
= "Is the P.A. all right now?".

Lineage: Traded cdr (snail mail trade) > wav (EAC log included) > flac (Flac frontend).

Here's a National Health show which doesn't circulate as much as other more commom recordings...
Enjoy this early NH soundboard!

included files:

EAC log
Trader's Little Helper lossless log
flac fingerprints
wav md5

Maclen's torrent # 14 for 2011.

Apr 2011

(18/1) National Health, 1976-06-19, Louveciennes, France

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SMJ031
Notes

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National Health
1976-06-19
Louveciennes
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The DM's Tapes : DM006
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(1976) cassette recorder (BASF LH 90)
(2013) Marantz stereo cassette recorder CP230 > Realtek ALC888S
Lineage: ANA(M) > WAV(PCM 44.1Khz 16 bits) > Flac(Level 8)
-Audacity v 2.0.2
-Trader's Little Helper v 2.7.0 (Build 172)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lineup

Dave Stwart - organ, electric piano
Alan Gowan - electric piano
Phil Miller - guitar
Mont Campbell - bass
John Mitchell - drums
Amanda Parsons - vocals

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Tracklist

1 Starlight On Seaweed - Tenemos Roads
2 Agrippa
3 Trident Asleep - Zabaglione
4 The Towplane & The Glider - Elephants

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Notes :
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SMJ031 / DM006
sousmarin : 2013-03-24
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(41/1) National Health, 1977-02-03, Metz, France

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537041001f
Notes

National Health
1977-02-03
Montigny-lès-Metz, France

From The Cradle To The Grave boot
Label: Peacefrog PF-337S

Setlist
1. Tenemos Roads
2. Brujo
3. Clocks And Clouds
4. Borogoves (Parts 1 & 2)
5. Underdub

Lineup

Phil Miller: guitars
Dave Stewart: keyboards
Neil Murray: bass
Pip Pyle: drums
Alan Gowen: keyboards
Amanda Parsons: vocals

(76/1) National Health, 1977-07-31, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, England

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537076001f537076001b
Notes

NATIONAL HEALTH

Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, july 31 1977, stereo

-----------------------------------
WONDER!!!
I'm going to discover in my cellar about 30 magnetic tapes (7 inches)
with about 50 shows of the seventies!! ESPECIALLY CANTERBURY SCHOOL!!! and some others!
Unfortunatly, maybe some of (parts) them are damaged (noises, mediums or highs spoiled)
I'll add some samples.
-----------------------------------

THIS ONE IS OK

01-The Collapso
02-Dreams Wide Awake
03-Clocks And Clouds
04-Borogoves
05-The Lethargy Shuffle
06-A Legend In His Own Lunchtime (binoculars)
07-Tenemos Roads
08-Underdub


Dave Stewart / Keyboards
Phil Miller/ Guitar
Pip Pyle / Drums
Neil Murray / Bass
Richard Sinclair / Vocals, Guitar?
The woodwind quintet:
(Jimmy Hastings, Lindsay Cooper, Tim Hodgkinson, and a clarinettist and a french horn player)

--------------------------------------------------

"THE CELLAR'S TAPES" already on the tracker:

01-GREENSLADE, 1975 june xx, Whiskey, Los Angeles, CA
02-HENRY COW & ROBERT WYATT, New London Theatre, London, on May 21, 1975
03-VAN DER GRAAF, Victoria Palace, London, UK, october 16 1977
04-EGG, The Roundhouse, London, UK, may 4 1970
05-HENRY COW, Radio Broadcast, may 1973

(92/1) National Health, 1977-11-20, Hippodrome, Paris, France

Audio/Flac, /, ()

SMJ029
Notes

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NATIONAL HEALTH
1977-11-20
Fete Du Nouveau Populaire De Paris
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The DM's Tapes : DM004
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(1977) cassette recorder
(2013) Marantz stereo cassette recorder CP230 > Realtek ALC888S
Lineage: ANA(M) > WAV(PCM 44.1Khz 16 bits) > Flac(Level 8)
-Audacity v 2.0.2
-Trader's Little Helper v 2.7.0 (Build 172)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lineup

Dave Stewart
Phil Miller
Neil Murray
Pip Pyle
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tracklist

01 Cold As Starshine
02 A Legend In His Own Lunchtime
03 The Collapso
04 Underdub
05 Tenemos Roads
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SMJ029/DM004
v2013.12.11
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(103/1) National Health, 1978-03-10, Salle Des Fêtes Du Grand Parc, Bordeaux, France

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Notes

NATIONAL HEALTH
Béret Cosmique
Bordeaux, France
March 10th, 1978

Source : EX quality audience MASTER (for the period / at my rating ears).

Lineage : JVC stereo mic -> JVC 1665 stereo cassette recorder -> master tape played on Nakamichi Dragon-> Sony MDS JE-520 MD recorder (for tracks, edits) -> Optical cable -> Pioneer PDR 609 stand alone CD burner -> wav -> EAC -> FLAC Frontend -> FLAC level 8 align on sector boundaries.

Why did I use MD ?
Actually Dime rules admit the use of MD as long as the original concert was on a cassette tape. My friend finkployd49 numerized my tape on MD 10 years ago ; in those days we had no choice, because we didn't have proper computers or software to do that. In the meantime, the original tape was exposed to 10 years of demagnetization... Honestly, using MD was the best solution.
We tried another transfer a few months ago, but the tape couldn't resist this time (RIP).

CD1 (0:50:33)
1. a) Also Sprach Zarathustra
1. b) THE BRYDEN 2-STEP (18:12)
2. THE LETHARGY SHUFFLE (11:40)
3. A LEGEND IN HIS OWN LUNCHTIME (12:02)
4. a) DS Improv - b) THE COLLAPSO (7:21)

CD2 (0:56:05)
1. DREAMS WIDE AWAKE (12:33)
2. MOSTLY TWINS AND TRIOS (12:16)
3. TENEMOS ROADS (12:31)
4. a) Improv - b) ELEPHANTS (18:50)

Total time : 01:46:38

Phil Miller - Guitar & Backing Vocals
Dave Stewart - Keyboards
John Greaves - Bass & Lead Vocals
Pip Pyle - Drums

Recorded by Erathostene

Seeded by Erathostene

Thanks to my good friend finkployd49.
Thanks to Urich21 for the setlist.

Enjoy the music, dont'sell it on e-bay.

Support the artists.

Sorry no artwork, feel free to make one.


(115/1) National Health, 1978-03-28, Paris, France

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NATIONAL HEALTH
Bus Palladium
Paris, France
March 28th, 1978

SOURCE : VG++ 1st gen audience tape. Sample provided.

CONTRAST CLAUSE - compared to this post by nadir53 :

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=546624

my post has a known lineage, a better sound, one extra track and is complete. (Both posts come from the same recorder).

LINEAGE: Telefunken mono cassette recorder and mic
-> my 1st gen Sony BHF type 1 tape
-> Nakamichi Dragon (NAAC auto-azimuth) Dolby off for playback
-> Zoom H2 16bits/44.1KHZ -> wav
-> Goldwave v.5.56 for tracks, channel balance, maximization at full dynamic range
-> TLH 2.4.1 (build 160)-> FLAC level 8 align on sector boundaries
Tags with mp3tags.

SETLIST
01 Introduction
02 Tenemos Roads
03 A Legend In His Own Lunchtime
04 The Lethargy Shuffle & The Mind-Your-Backs Tango
05 Dreams Wide Awake (tape flip at 8:37)

06 The Collapso
07 Mostly Twins & Trios
08 Elephants
09 The Bryden 2-Step (For Amphibians)- tape flip at 8:12
10 Unknown

total time: 1:40:33

Dave Stewart - keyb.
Pip Pyle - drums
Phil Miller - guitar
John Greaves - bass & vocals

Taped by Pierre M.
Digitized, prepared and shared by finkployd49 (January 2016)

*** NOT FOR SALE ***

(115/2) National Health, 1978-03-28, Paris, France

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Notes

National Health
Paris
Bus Palladium

28 March 1978

Dave Stewart - keyb.
Pip Pyle - drums
Phil Miller - guitar
John Greaves - bass & vocals

01 Introduction
02 Tenemos Roads
03 A Legend In His Own Lunchtime
04 The Lethargy Shuffle & The Mind-Your-Backs Tango
05 Dreams Wide Awake
06 The Collapso
07 Mostly Twins & Trios
08 Elephants
09 The Bryden 2-Step (For Amphibians) (tape running out)

total tme: 92 :57

low generation cassette from trades
-> wav (Terrascope pre amp studio)
-> trak separation (Nero)
-> flac (8)

quality: B+

don't sell, don't encode to mp3!
Buy the official recordings!

uploaded by nadir_53

November 2015

(189/1) National Health, 1979-11-29, My Father S Place, Roslyn, NY, US

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537189001f537189001b
Notes

National Health
My Father's Place, Roslyn, NY
29 November 1979

Source: Audience recording > ? > Traded CDR > wav > flac (L8)

1) Dreams Wide Awake (7:47)
2) TNTFX (2:40)
3) Silence (6:02)
4) Seven Sisters (12:12) *
5) Rose Sob / Play Time (10:24)
6) Squarer For Maude (15:05)

* A few skips from 3:06 to 3:24. Crossfade at 12:08 on coda.

Phil Miller - guitar
Allen Gowen - keyboards
John Greaves - bass and vocals
Pip Pyle - drums

http://calyx.perso.neuf.fr/nathealth/index.html

Maclen's notes:
This is a National Health show from the final days of their November '79 US tour; not one of the most widely circulated. Track 4 has some skips, if anyone has a cleaner version please share it!
Enjoy!

Cover artwork included.

Please support the artists! Buy their official releases and go to their concerts!
Trade freely! Do not sell! Keep it lossless!

Originally uploaded to DIME by Maclen in April 2011.
This reseed by propylaen in June 2016.

Enjoy!