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vendredi 2 septembre 1977

Peter Gabriel

Halles, Courtrai (Kortrijk), Belgium

p:35/500/1...M/16



Discographie / Discography

Peter Gabriel


Car

1977
Car

Scratch

1978
Scratch

Melt

1980
Melt

Mes Matérialisés

Peter GabrielEin Deutsches AlbumVirgin206 954-610, 6302035LP
1980Peter GabrielPeter GabrielPolygram9124 054LP
1986Peter Gabriel, Kate BushDon't Give UpVirgin008 9277"

Mes Autres

1899Peter GabrielLong Walk HomeM19215
1899Peter GabrielOvoM13013
1899Peter GabrielPlays LiveM19215
1899Peter GabrielSecurityM1928
1899Peter GabrielShaking The Tree - Sixteen Golden GreatsM16016
1899Peter GabrielSoM1999
1899Peter GabrielUpM1928
1899Peter GabrielUsM11510
1977Peter GabrielPeter Gabriel 1: CarM1609
1978Peter GabrielPeter Gabriel 2: ScratchM16011
1980Peter GabrielPeter Gabriel 3: MeltM16010

Line Up

Peter Gabriel : Piano, Flute, Tambourine, Vocals
Sid Mcginnis : Guitars
Tony Levin : Bass, Stick, Tuba, Backing Vocals
Jerry Marotta : Drums
Bayette : Keyboards

SetList

1White Shadow
2On The Air / Moribund The Burgermeister
3Down The Dolce Vita
4Waiting For The Big One
5Excuse Me
6Solsbury Hill
7Indigo
8Slowburn / All Day And All Night
9DIY
10Humdrum
11I Heard It Through The Grapevine
12Modern Love
13Here Comes The Flood
14Back In NYC
15Animal Magic

Allées X Venues

Peter Gabriel

1977

380+[Sugarmegs]1977-03-05Capitol TheatreNew YorkNY, USA01
3901977-03-06Civic AuditoriumRochesterNY, USA01
4001977-03-09Orpheum TheatreDavenportNY, USA
4101977-03-11Uptown TheatreChicagoIL, USA
4201977-03-13Masonic AuditoriumDetroitMI, USA01
4301977-03-15Music HallClevelandOH, USA01
4401977-03-18Tower TheatreUpper DarbyPA, USA
4501977-03-19Moody ColiseumDallasTX, USA
4601977-03-28Stanley TheatrePittsburghPA, USA
4701977-04-09The RoxyLos AngelesCA, USA
4801977-04-10The RoxyLos AngelesCA, USA
4901977-04-30LondonEnglandA
500XticketT1977-09-02HallesKortrijkBelgiumA
5101977-09-07De DoelenRotterdamNetherlandsA01
5201977-09-10Fete De L HumaLa CourneuveFranceA
5251977-09-19The Brighton DomeBrightonEnglandA
5301977-09-27The Apollo TheatreManchesterEnglandA
5401977-09-28Manchester Apollo TheatreManchesterEnglandA
5501977-10-09Tivoli GardensCopenhagenDenmarkA
5601977-10-11KonserthusetStockholmSwedenA
5651977-10-26Palais Des CongrèsLilleFrance?A

Enregistrements

(380/1) Peter Gabriel, 1977-03-05, Capitol Theatre, New York, NY, US

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035380001F035380001B
Notes

Peter Gabriel : The Lostbrook Tape Series - Volume 12

I didn’t have a ticket to this concert, but I received an offer I couldn’t refuse – a first row seat directly in front of Peter Gabriel’s piano for his first gig as a solo artist! It was a privilege to witness this historic event from such a location.
We already knew that Genesis could survive without Gabriel, and all doubts about Peter were erased when he released his first solo album eight days before this concert. The “visible’ band that included Larry Fast, Steve Hunter, and Tony Levin was already first class, but the addition of Robert Fripp, even though he was hidden behind the stage, was a prog fan’s dream. Gabriel took to the stage wearing a simple sweat suit, sat down at the piano in front of me, and played the opening chords of “Here Comes the Flood.”
Near the end of the first verse, Fripp’s signature sound appeared out of nowhere, and the crowd roared in approval as it welcomed back not one, but two progressive rock icons. If I craned my neck at just the right angle, I could see Fripp behind the amplifiers, and even convinced myself that he was tilting his head back at me. I thought the concert was spectacular, but just before “Down the Dolce Vita,” Gabriel declared, “It’s been a total zero.” I think he was unhappy with a few things: a tape machine that malfunctioned, a slip-up when he introduced “Humdrum” instead of “Why Don’t We”, and the introduction of “Ain’t that Peculiar” as “Ain’t it Peculiar.” He may have also been upset with the relentless calls for Genesis songs. I thought I detected a little extra anger in the Rael character, especially when he hurled the mic stand across the stage. In my opinion, Peter didn’t need to be concerned. His performances didn’t just get better over the years. They improved exponentially.

March 05, 1977
Capital Theater
New York, NY
USA

Recording Equipment: Internal Mic - Sanyo tape deck - Alesis TapeLinkUSB - Audacity - WAV
Taper: Lostbrook
Mastering: CQ

01 Here Comes The Flood (piano version)
02 On The Air
03 Moribund The Burgermeister
04 Waiting For The Big One
05 Why Don't We
06 Excuse Me
07 Humdrum
08 Solsbury Hill
09 Ain't That Peculiar
10 Indigo (splice tape flip)
11 All Day And All Of The Night
12 Here Comes The Flood
13 Slowburn
14 Modern Love
15 Down The Dolce Vita
16 Back In NYC

Tapers Story:

I first became enchanted by live performances after talking my way into the taping of Dick Cavett’s Woodstock Show on August 18, 1969 at WABC studios in New York. This was quite an accomplishment for an eleven-year-old without a ticket. My first major concert was The Rolling Stones at Madison Square Garden on July 25, 1972. I was so impressed with the enormity of that event that I jumped at the chance to acquire some of the vinyl bootlegs from the Exiles on Main Street tour. These recordings surely planted a seed in my mind, but unfortunately, I waited over 25 concerts before attempting my first recording in late 1975. Over the next ten years, I recorded approximately 125 concerts in the New York City area. In 1985, I moved to Virginia and recorded sporadically, accumulating a few dozen shows in the Washington DC area over the next 15 years.

My motive for taping has always been selfish. I simply wanted to enjoy the performances over and over again. I didn’t realize that I was recording both musical and personal history or that I was witnessing the high-water mark of progressive music. I thought it would last forever, but in the back of my mind, I must have known that I had something special. With one or two exceptions that I later regretted, I refused to trade tapes. Very few friends were ever given copies. I have never considered selling them – I have too much respect for the artists. I protected my tapes for decades, never knowing what to do with them as they sat dormant on a shelf. In 2010, I found the time to make digital transfers of my tapes and rediscovered the amazing moments I had recorded. I also found an answer: I needed to get these tapes to my friends that were with me, whose history I had also captured, and to others who would appreciate this collection.

My equipment was low-tech but yielded surprisingly good results. Almost all of my recordings prior to 1989 were made with the built-in condenser mic on a Sanyo desktop cassette recorder (model unknown).
When the unit began to fail in 1977, I replaced it with what I thought was a better recorder, but the tapes were distorted. I quickly purchased a new Sanyo that was identical to my first and never again attempted an upgrade. In 1989, I bought a smaller, Walkman-type unit – a Panasonic RX-SR29, which performed nicely with its condenser mic. I was never interested in producing soundboard-quality tapes, and was almost always happy with my “souvenirs.” I used TDK tapes initially, then Maxell.

Recording a concert was always an adventure. Through trial and error, I arrived at the following procedure:
To get past the ticket-takers, I wore loose pants and stuffed the recorder down the front where the odds of being frisked were minimal. I wore a loose t-shirt or sweatshirt to cover the “bulge” and held my breath. The dead batteries and cheap tape I kept in the recorder were occasionally confiscated, but my friends were already inside with the real supplies. Once inside, I would meet my friends and exchange the batteries and tape. We had excellent seats for many concerts, but that put us in close proximity to ushers and stage security. We needed to be in a constant state of vigilance, and we were also busy with the timing of the tape-flips. I would occasionally take photographs with a cheap camera, which gave me additional equipment to juggle. Without fail, someone in my row would be in the wrong seat, and an usher would have to sort it out. It was all I could do to keep the recorder hidden without covering the microphone. It was always chaotic, but the reward was great as we listened to the concert again on the way home.

I’m indebted to all those who assisted and inspired me along the way: Gary, Steve, and Paul/Rich, Rob, and Paul/John, Sue, Al, and Rich/Jody, Laurie, Danny, and Martha/Geri and Allison/Howie and Linda/Kathryn. Thanks to Mike for all of his efforts. Most of all, thanks to my family – K, M, E, and B – for their support and patience.

You are cordially invited to enjoy these time capsules. There is always room for one more in our row, but if we are loud or talkative, please don’t judge us too harshly. We were swept away by the magic of the moment, and we hope you will be too.

Lost Brook
January 2011



(390/1) Peter Gabriel, 1977-03-06, Civic Auditorium, Rochester, NY, US

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035390001F035390001B
Notes

PETER GABRIEL
06-Mar-1977, Civic Auditorium, Rochester NY, USA

Quality: B - 2CD-R

1.1 Here Comes The Flood 02:32
1.2 On The Air 03:57
1.3 Moribund The Burgermeister 04:47
1.4 Waiting For The Big One 08:13
1.5 Song Without Words (Early Indigo) 04:04
1.6 Excuse Me 03:47
1.7 Solsbury Hill 05:01
1.8 Ain't That Peculiar 04:57
1.9 Why Don't We 08:00
2.1 Humdrum 05:24
2.2 Slowburn 05:07
2.3 All Day And All Of The Night 03:38
2.4 Here Comes The Flood 05:56
2.5 Modern Love 04:10
2.6 Down The Dolce Vita 06:26
2.7 Back In N.Y.C. 05:39

Total Running Time : 1:21:38

Peter Gabriel - Piano, Flute, Tambourine, Vocals
Dusty Roads (Robert Fripp) - Guitars
Steve Hunter - Guitars
Tony Levin - Bass, Stick, Tuba, Backing Vocals
Larry Fast - Synthesisers
Alan Schwartzberg - Drums, Backing Vocals
Phil Aaberg - Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Jim Maelen - Percussion, Backing Voc



(420/1) Peter Gabriel, 1977-03-13, Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI, US

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Notes

Peter Gabriel
Masonic Auditorium
Detroit, Michigan, USA
13 March 1977

disc 1
01 Here Comes The Flood
02 On The Air
03 Moribund The Burgermeister
04 Waiting For The Big One
05 A Song Without Words
06 Excuse Me
07 Solsbury Hill
08 Ain't That Peculiar
09 Why Don't We

disc 2
01 Humdrum
02 Slowburn
03 All Day And All Of The Night
04 Here Comes The Flood
05 Modern Love
06 Down The Dolce Vita
07 Back In N.Y.C.

Lineage: Download shn files (from the old taperfriendlymusic Website) > mkwACT > WAV > EAC > CDr (Taiyo Yuden Silver) > EAC > hard drive > TLH-Level 8 > FLAC > Dime

Audience recording; JEMS Master; SQ rated 'A' at Genesis-Movement. See http://www.genesis-movement.org/php/showdetails.php?uid=3481 for further details and artwork.

(430/1) Peter Gabriel, 1977-03-15, Music Hall, Cleveland, OH, US

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035430001F035430001B
Notes

Peter gabriel
The Music Hall
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
15 March 1977
"...Remembers Cleveland" (ttr01.10)
remastered by Turtle and Rednose

disc 1
01. Here Comes The Flood
02. On The Air
03. Moribund The Burgermeister
04. Waiting For The Big One
05. A Song Without Words
06. Excuse Me
07. Solsbury Hill
08. Ain't That Peculiar
09. Why Don't We

disc 2
01. Humdrum
02. Slowburn
03. All Day And All Of The Night
04. Here Comes The Flood
05. Modern Love
06. Down The Dolce Vita
07. Back In N.Y.C.

Source: FM
SQ: A+
Lineage: FLac files (from a Yahoo trading group) > FLAC frontend > WAV > EAC > CDr (Taiyo Yuden Silver) > EAC > WAV > TLH > FLAC-level 8 > Dime
More info and artwork: http://www.genesis-movement.org/php/showdetails.php?uid=2507


(510/1) Peter Gabriel, 1977-09-07, De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands

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035510001F035510001B
Notes

Peter Gabriel
Doelen Halle,
Rotterdam, The Netherland
07 September 1977
"Rotterdam 77"
(coaster Factory)

Audience recording
Quality: A-
See http://www.genesis-movement.org/php/showdetails.php?uid=1314 for more details and artwork.

Lineage: cdr > EAC > WAV > TLH > FLAC-level 8 > Dime

The songs:
01. Here Comes The Flood
02. Slowburn
03. All Day And All Night
04. Indigo
05. Humdrum
06. White Shadow
07. Moribund The Burgermeister
08. On The Air
09. Excuse Me
10. Waiting For The Big One
11. Band Introductions
12. Solsbury Hill
13. Down The Dolce Vita
14. I Heard It Through The Grapevine
15. Modern Love
16. Here Comes The Flood
17. Back In NYC

The band:
Peter Gabriel - Piano, Flute, Tambourine, Vocals
Sid McGinnis - Guitars
Tony Levin - Bass, Stick, Tuba, Backing Vocals
Jerry Marotta - Drums
Bayette - Keyboards






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