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vendredi 27 mars 1981

Rock in Loft
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Tuxedomoon / Snakefinger / Indoor Life

24 Quai d Austerlitz, Paris, France

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Indoor life

 

5 Photos anonymes transmises par Pascal de la STPO

Highslide JS
 

Discographie / Discography

Indoor Life


Indoor Life

1980
Indoor Life

Indoor Life

1980
Indoor Life

Indoor Life

1982
Indoor Life
IDOTNW
International Discography of the New Wave
Volume 1982 / 83

Mes Matérialisés

1980Indoor LifeIndoor LifeCelluloidCEL 658112"

Mes Autres

1899Indoor LifeSt 12M1604
1980Indoor LifeIndoor LifeM2107
2013Indoor LifeIndoor Life 2M25325

Line Up

Indoor Life

J.a. Deane : Trombone, Synthesizer, System Tapes
Bob Hoffnar : Electric Bass, Special Bass Treatments, Backing Vo
Sabella : Drums, Oberheim-4 Voice, Electronic Percusion
Jorge Socarras : Voice
Patrick Cowley : Antiphonal Synthesizer, Percussion

Allées X Venues

Indoor Life

1981

195+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-03-24NancyFranceA
196+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-03-26LyonFranceA
200X+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-03-2724 Quai D AusterlitzParisFranceA
225+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-04-01Salle Des Fêtes Du Grand ParcBordeauxFranceA01 / 02
197+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-04-03PoitiersFranceA
500++Rita Mitsouko1981-10-22EntpeLyonFranceA
501++Rita Mitsouko1981-10-23AvignonFranceA
502++Rita Mitsouko1981-10-24Clermont FerrandFranceA
503++Rita Mitsouko1981-10-26NancyFranceA
1+[DM]+ Rita Mitsouko1981-10-27Elysée MontmartreParisFranceA01
505++Rita Mitsouko (sous reserve)1981-10-28Le MansFranceA
506++Rita Mitsouko1981-10-29RennesFranceA
507++Rita Mitsouko1981-10-30BrestFranceA
508++Rita Mitsouko1981-10-31QuimperFranceA
509++Rita Mitsouko1981-11-03C.a.c.AngoulêmeFranceA
510++Rita Mitsouko1981-11-04La RochelleFranceA
511++Rita Mitsouko1981-11-05Amphi DescartesPoitiersFranceA
512++Rita Mitsouko1981-11-06NantesFranceA
513++Rita Mitsouko1981-11-07LimogesFranceA
514++Rita Mitsouko1981-11-16Aix En ProvenceFranceA
515++Rita Mitsouko1981-11-17MontpellierFranceA
516++Rita Mitsouko1981-11-18Théâtre Du TaurToulouseFranceA
517++Rita Mitsouko (sous reserve)1981-11-19PauFranceA
519++Rita Mitsouko, Elect-Schlafen1981-11-20AuditoriumBrestFranceA
518++Rita Mitsouko, Zed1981-11-21Théâtre De L AlhambraBordeauxFranceA
520++Rita Mitsouko1981-12-09Yuro ThéâtreLa CourneuveFranceA

Enregistrements

(225/1) Indoor Life, 1981-04-01, Salle Des Fêtes Du Grand Parc, Bordeaux, France

Audio/FLAC, Dime/Erathostene, (200911)

Notes

INDOOR LIFE / SNAKEFINGER
Bordeaux, Salle des Fêtes du Grand Parc
Avril 1st, 1981

Source : VG+/EX- personal MASTER audience tape

Lineage : JVC stereo mic -> JVC 1665 stereo cassette recorder -> master tape Agfa Carat FeCr C90 played on Luxman Stereo cassette deck K-100 -> Pioneer CD burner -> wav -> EAC -> FLAC Frontend -> FLAC level 8 align on sector boundaries.

Some help for the titles would be nice.

Indoor Life

J.A. Deane (trombone, synthesizer system, tapes)
Bob Hoffnar (electric bass, and special bass treatments, backing voice)
Sabella (drums, oberheim-4 voice, electronic percusion)
Jorge Socarras (voice)
Patrick Cowley (antiphonal synthesizer and percussion)

01 Revely (6:43)
02 Contre Nature (5:43)
03 No Escape (4:55) (*)
04 Miuzu (3:38)
05 Archeology (4:46)
06 Gilmore of the Fillmore (4:35)
07 Voices in the Sky (3:34) (*)
08 Voodoo (10:20)
09 Mambo (4:08)

Snakefinger

Snakefinger (Guitar, Pedal steel guitar, Vocals)
John Bonghit Ryan (Drums)
Miguel Bertel (Guitar)
George B. George (Bass)

10... (14:33)
-smelly tongues
-trash in gall the loves of history
-don't lie
-living in vain
-???

Notes :

Setlist Updates
2009-11-22 : Indoor Life by Godjikian (Dime)
2009-11-11 : Snakefinger by creature_d (Dime)

(*) 2009-11-28 Update by Godjikian and Jorge Socarras
<< 3 et 7 sont donc des inédits, jamais enregistrés en studio et très peu joués en concert.
sur Archeology Joseph quitte la batterie (remplacé par un beat électronique) et passe au synthé.
Mambo était le rappel de ce set.>>

Recorded by Erathostène
Seeded by Erathostène

Enjoy the music, dont'sell it on e-bay or anywhere else.
Support the artists.

(225/2) Indoor Life, 1981-04-01, Salle Des Fêtes Du Grand Parc, Bordeaux, France

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

INDOOR LIFE
Bordeaux, Salle des Fêtes du Grancs Parc
Avril 1st, 1981

Source : VG+/EX- personal MASTER audience tape

Lineage : JVC stereo mic -> JVC 1665 stereo cassette recorder -> master tape Agfa Carat FeCr C90 played on Luxman Stereo cassette deck K-100 -> Pioneer CD burner -> wav -> EAC -> FLAC Frontend -> FLAC level 8 align on sector boundaries.

Some help for the titles would be nice.

01... (6:43)
02... (5:43)
03... (4:55)
04... (3:38)
05... (4:46)
06... (4:35)
07... (3:34)
08... (10:20)
09... (4:08)
10... (14:33)

J.A. Deane (trombone, synthesizer system, tapes)
Bob Hoffnar (electric bass, and special bass treatments, backing voice)
Sabella (drums, oberheim-4 voice, electronic percusion)
Jorge Socarras (voice), Patrick Cowley (antiphonal synthesizer and percussion)

Recorded by Erathostène
Seeded y Erathostène
Enjoy the music, dont'sell it on e-bay or anywhere else.
Support the artists.


(1/1) Indoor Life, 1981-10-27, Elysée Montmartre, Paris, France

Audio/Flac, /, ()

SMJ030
Notes

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Indoor Life
1981-11-27 (broadcast)(1)
Elysee Montmartre, Paris.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The DM's Tapes : DM005
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(1981) cassette recorder, FM Broadcast (Radio France)
(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

Bob Hoffnar : Electric Bass, Special Bass Treatments, Backing Vocal
J.A. Deane : Trombone, Synthesizer, System Tapes
Jorge Socarras : Voice
Patrick Cowley : Antiphonal Synthesizer, Percussion
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tracklist

01 x
02 Mambo
03 x
03 - Comment
04 Contre-nature
05 x
06 Gilmore of the Fillmore
07 x
07 - Comment
08 Miuzu
09 x
09 - (ZzZzz attack of the killer tomatoes zzZZz...)
10 Revely
10 - (tape Flip)
11 Archeology
12 x
13 - (Merci Beaucoup et Bonsoir and Comment and Applause)
14 Vodoo
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Notes :
Merci a Pascal de la STPO pour la tracklist
(1) concert date : 1981-10-26
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SMJ030 / DM005
v2013.12.11
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Snakefinger

 
Highslide JS
Photos de lynnthefirst (? jamais réussi à la contacter)
Snakefinger and Bast playing in Uilenstede, Amstelveen, The Netherlands on April 8, 1981.

frankenfoto



 

Discographie / Discography

Snakefinger


Chewing Hides The Sound

1979
Chewing Hides The Sound

Greener Postures

1980
Greener Postures

Manuals of Errors

1982
Manuals of Errors
IDOTNW
International Discography of the New Wave
Volume 1982 / 83

Mes Matérialisés

1979SnakefingerChewing Hides The SoundCelluloidCEL 2-6556LP
1980SnakefingerGreener PosturesCelluloidCEL 2-6557LP
1980SnakefingerThe Man In The Dark SedanCelluloidCEL 1-62147"
1982SnakefingerManual Of ErrorsRalph RecordsSN 8203LP
1987The Residents Featuring Snakefinger13th Anniversary Show - Live In JapanGinger MusicGILP 010, G.I.-LP - 010, TORSO 33018LP

Mes Autres

1980SnakefingerGreener PosturesM3208

Line Up

Snakefinger (Bast and the Dead Residents)

Snakefinger (philip Lithman) : Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar, Vocals
John Bonghit Ryan : Drums
Miguel Bertel : Guitar
George B. George : Bass

Allées X Venues

Snakefinger

0000

10000-00-00ChicagoIL, USA01

1980

21980-09-27San FranciscoCA, USA01
31980-12-27Masonic TempleHollywoodCA, USA01

1981

1001981-00-00SydneyAustraliaA01 / 02
1091981-01-09Club LingerieLos AngelesCA, USA
1231981-01-23The StoneSan FranciscoCA, USA
1501981-03-05Melbourne UniversityMelbourneAustraliaA01 / 02
195+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-03-24NancyFranceA01
196+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-03-26LyonFranceA
200X+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-03-2724 Quai D AusterlitzParisFranceA
225+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-04-01Salle Des Fêtes Du Grand ParcBordeauxFranceA01 / 02
197+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-04-03PoitiersFranceA
2501981-04-08UilenstederAmstelveenNetherlandsA01
4001981-10-03Milwaukee AuditoriumMilwaukeeWI, USA01
4101981-10-09TorontoCanadaA
4111981-10-10Casablanca ClubRochesterNY, USA01
4501981-10-31HoustonTX, USA01

1982

41982-04-25The NickelodeonTorontoCanadaA01

1983

51983-11-23MarkthalleHamburgGermanyA01

1987

999M+Philip Charles Lithman : 17 Juin 1949 (Tooting) / 1 juillet 1987 (Linz, Austria)1987-07-01Mort de SnakefingerLinzAustriaB

Enregistrements

(1/1) Snakefinger, Chicago, IL, US

Audio/m4a, /, ()

Notes

Snakefinger Vestal Virgins

Live In Chicago

m4a

01 Yeti, What Are You_
02 Magic & Ecstasy
03 Beatnik Party
04 Save Me from Dali
05 Golden Goat
06 The Model
07 Eva's Warning
08 Trashing All the Loves of History
09 Kill the Great Raven
10 Climbing the Ladder

(2/1) Snakefinger, 1980-09-27, San Francisco, CA, US

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Snakefinger

Victoria Theatre
San Fransisco USA

27 September 1980

01 Smelly tongues
02 Thrashing all the loves history
03 Living In Vain
04 The Picture Makers
05 Magic and Ecstasy
06 I Love Mary
07 Picnic In The Jungle
08 Kill the great raven
09 Save Me From Dali
10 The Man In The Dark Sedan
11 Womb to worm
12 Here Come The Bums
13 Who Is The Culprit and Who Is The Victim?
14 Jesus Was A Leprechaun
15 The Spot
16 What Wilbur?


This is a very early Snakefinger show, lots of interesting songs.This might be the earliest recording known with a band.

Thanks to the original taper and the trader TB.

Trade tape (Maxell UD2)->Technics RS-BX606->Cooledit->cd Wave (for trackmarks)->TLH 2.6.0->Flac 8->Dime

Please don't post this anywhere but DIME and
If you like this, then SUPPORT the artists. Buy their official releases.


Comments are most welcome.

OmegaTorrent 033

(3/1) Snakefinger, 1980-12-27, Masonic Temple, Hollywood, CA, US

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

TORRENT TITLE : Snakefinger - 1980-12-27 Masonic Temple, Cleveland, OH
ARTIST NAME : Snakefinger
BOOTLEG TITLE : N/A
VENUE, CITY, COUNTRY, DATE : Masonic Temple, Cleveland, OH 1980-12-27

TRACK LISTING

DISC 1 (53:12)

01 Smelly Tongues...........................(2:55)
02 Trashing All The Loves Of History........(3:09)
03 Living In Vain...........................(4:04)
04 The Picture Makers.......................(3:59)
05 Magic And Ecstasy........................(1:15)
06 I Love Mary..............................(2:30)
07 The Vivian Girls.........................(1:45)
08 I Come From An Island....................(3:08)
09 Picnic In The Jungle.....................(4:32)
10 Kill The Great Raven.....................(2:59)
11 Here Comes The Bums......................(3:03)
12 UNKNOWN TITLE (?!?)......................(2:40)
13 Who Is The Culprit And Who Is The
Victim? (CUT).......................(2:34)
14 Jesus Was A Leprechaun...................(1:41)
15 The Spot.................................(2:38)
16 What Wilbur?.............................(2:56)
17 Save Your Soul (?!?) (CUT)...............(4:13)
18 Save Me From Dali........................(3:02)
(TITLES WITH "(?!?)" ARE GUESSES.)

LINE UP

Snakefinger - guitar, sing
Miguel Bertel - guitar, sing
George B. George - bass, sing
Johnny B. Ryan - drums

ARTWORK

N/A

SOURCE / LINEAGE

Stereo AUD trade tape

Trade tape > Computer WAV > Cool Edit 2000 > TLH v2.4.1 > FLAC 8 > DIME > you
Big thanks to the original taper, and to the trader (unknown) who hooked me up with a copy.
I mastered this 2002-08-31, & still had the original WAVs.
The one thing I remember doing beyond adding track marks was with the levels at the end.
The guess title "Save Your Soul" & "Dali" had loud booming drum thumps louder than the bulk of the show.
I brought down those thumps, so that the overall levels for the whole show could them be brought up.
So now in 2010, I removed a "range" mark in Picnic, SBE-fixed them all & FLAC'ed 'em up to this fileset.

NOTES

******************************
**** FOR COMPLETISTS ONLY **** tho there's rarities that might still be a draw
******************************

Snakefinger's pre-Eric Drew Feldman band was called Bast & in early 1981, the Dead Residents.
For this show I didn't hear a name (or the tape didn't catch it).

He often introduced the band onstage, but didn't this night (or the tape didn't catch it).

- - - -

Cleveland?
Snakey mentions LA at the end, and I wonder if this is really from there?
Hey, my tape sayz Clevo & so that's what I've gotta note for now.

- - - -

It's stereo, but it's very limited separation, super hissy & also echoey.
But it's Snakefinger, so you bounce high off the diving board before taking the plunge.

Despite the audio, this one's a fine gig & has some gems in it:
* the rarely played "The Picture Makers", "The Vivian Girls", and "I Come From An Island"
* 2 tunes I've never heard anywhere else (too bad one of them's cut) (the first one's a Dick Dale-ish instrumental)

There's a minute's worth of "technical difficulty" after Vain.
There's more when starting Picnic, they doodle with it & start the song again afterwards.
Either Snakey loses his way in I Love Mary, or had some git problems.

Snakey talks in this one, but the echoes make it hard to interpret much of it.

There's little I've seen to document his 1980 shows - a flyer & pics from CBGB's in October, and this tape.
Given that, ya gotta take it & be happy we have it, warts and all.

- - - -

Crank it up and ENJOY! it as I have, and share it so others can hear it.

- - - -

Filenames have numbers on the end that are the TIMES (ex. - "...-359" is 3min59sec long).
Filenames for guessed titles have "(QMEXQM)" in the name, as "?!?" isn't allowed in names.
Two filenames have "QM" in the name, as a question mark isn't allowed in names.

I mark the start of tracks when the music or count-in begins, not the talking about it before it starts.

- - - -

The usual schmack applies here:

Please don't post this anywhere but DIME.
Please retain this original info file data with any reseedings.
Please don't transfer to MP3 or other lossy formats.
Please only trade this with others, don't sell it.
Please support the artists involved by purchasing their official product in massive quantities.

(100/1) Snakefinger, 1981-00-00, Sydney, Australia

Audio/VQF, Soulseek/?, (?)

Notes

1981xxxx Snakefinger
Sidney

Setlist :
01-smelly tongues
02-trash in gall the loves of history
03-don't lie
04-living in vain
05-magic and ecstasy
06-i love mary
07-the golden goat
08-picnic in the jungle
09-jinx
10-kill the great raven
11-corrupted man
12-man in the dark sedan
13-culprit-victim
14-jesus was a leprechaun
15-what wilbur
16-the spot
17-everybody needs somebody to love

(100/2) Snakefinger, 1981-00-00, Sydney, Australia

Audio/FLAC, /, ()

Notes

1981xxxx Snakefinger
Sidney

Setlist :
01-smelly tongues
02-trash in gall the loves of history
03-don't lie
04-living in vain
05-magic and ecstasy
06-i love mary
07-the golden goat
08-picnic in the jungle
09-jinx
10-kill the great raven
11-corrupted man
12-man in the dark sedan
13-culprit-victim
14-jesus was a leprechaun
15-what wilbur
16-the spot
17-everybody needs somebody to love

(150/1) Snakefinger, 1981-03-05, Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia

Audio/FLAC, Dime/?, (200908)

Notes

Snakefinger
March 5, 1981
unknown venue,
Melbourne,
Australia

This has got to be very low gen as the quality is primo bonita!

Sbd>?> cdr> Ripper X> wav> Flac

01. Smelly Tongues
02. Thrashing All The Loves of History
03. Don't Lie
04. Living In Vain
05. Magic And Ecstacy
06. I Love Mary
07. The Golden Goat
08. Picnic In The Jungle
09. Jinx
10. Kill The Great Raven
11. Corrupted Man
12. Man In The Dark sedan
13. Who Is The Culprit
14. Jesus Was A Leprechaun
15. What Wilbur
16. The Spot
17. Everybody Needs Somebody

Thanks to Shane for the trade. I started seeing this going around in mp3,so I figured I get this out. Not sure if it has been on Dime or not,but it has been around the trading community for awhile before I got it a few years ago.

Torrent 292

May 18th,2009

Creatured


(150/2) Snakefinger, 1981-03-05, Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia

Audio/MP3, Soulseek/?, (?)

Notes

19810305 Snakefinger
Melbourne university

mp3

Setlist :
01 - Smelly Tongues
02 - Trashing All The Loves Of History
03 - Don't Lie
04 - Living In Vain
05 - Magic And Ecstacy
06 - I Love Mary
08 - Picnic In The Jungle
09 - Jinx
10 - Kill The Great Raven
11 - Corrupted Man
12 - Man In The Dark Sedan
13 - Who Is The Culprit And Who Is The Victim
14 - Jesus Was A Leprechaun
15 - What Wilbur
16 - The Spot
17 - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love

(195/1) Snakefinger, 1981-03-24, Nancy, France

Audio/FLAC, Dime/?, (200908)

Notes

TORRENT TITLE : Snakefinger - 1981-03-24 Nancy, France
ARTIST NAME : Snakefinger
BOOTLEG TITLE : N/A
VENUE, CITY, COUNTRY, DATE : (unknown venue), Nancy, France 1981-03-24

TRACK LISTING

DISC 1 (58:51)

01 Smelly Tongues...........................(3:03)
02 Trashing All The Loves Of History........(3:10)
03 Don't Lie................................(3:34)
04 Living In Vain...........................(3:33)
05 The Picture Makers.......................(3:31)
06 Magic And Ecstasy........................(1:26)
07 I Love Mary..............................(2:30)
08 Golden Goat..............................(5:05)
09 I Come From An Island....................(3:04)
10 Picnic In The Jungle.....................(4:00)
11 Here Comes The Bums (with Blaine L.
Reininger & JJ LaRue)...............(3:06)
12 Kill The Great Raven (with Blaine L.
Reininger & JJ LaRue)...............(3:33)
13 The Model................................(3:32)
14 The Man In The Dark Sedan (CUT)..........(3:39)
15 Who Is The Culprit And Who Is The
Victim?.............................(2:51)
16 Jesus Was A Leprechaun...................(1:58)
17 What Wilbur?.............................(3:53)
18 The Spot.................................(3:12)

LINE UP

Snakefinger - guitar
plus "the 3 guys in Bast" - drums, bass & ?keyboards

ARTWORK

N/A

SOURCE / LINEAGE

Stereo AUD trade tape

Trade tape > Computer WAV > TLH v2.4.1 > FLAC 8 > DIME > you
Big thanks to the original taper, and to the trader who hooked me up with a copy.
I originally mastered this 2002-09-01 & retained the original WAV fileset.
I think the only thing I did on the computer was place track marks before each piece.

This FLAC fileset comes directly from those final WAVs's, which only needed SBE corrections in TLH; no CD-Rs or EACs.
All audio is as it was when I got it; check out the sample.

NOTES

I don't know the venue, that was not provided when I got my copy.
I bought a copy of this tape off of Zorch Enterprises (Chicago) back in 1984 or so.
It was one of a half dozen Snakefinger shows from him that I later found were then-uncommon on the trading circuit in the '90s.

- - - -

Snakefinger typically named his band & would often change it up from night to night.
During this era it was simply called Bast - they are the 3 guys sitting with Snakefinger "in the Dark Sedan" in his video.
Back in these early Bast days he didn't announce the individual band members' names on stage.
I remember reading that one of the Bast guys came from the Dead Kennedys.

- - - -

This is a stereo tape, but there's not a lotta separation between the channels; it's also a bit hissy.
This is not the greatest sounding tape, but it's better than many & hey it's Snakefinger / it's the music that counts baby.
This was an alright show, plus you've got a Tuxedomoon member and his wife as guest on a couple songs.

- - - -

Crank it up and ENJOY! it as I have, and share it so others can hear it.

- - - -

Filenames have numbers on the end that are the TIMES (ex. - "...-359" is 3min59sec long).
Two filenames have "QM" in the name, as a question mark isn't allowed in names.


I mark the start of tracks when the music or count-in begins, not the talking about it before it starts.

- - - -

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Please retain this original info file data with any reseedings.
Please don't transfer to MP3 or other lossy formats.
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(225/1) Snakefinger, 1981-04-01, Salle Des Fêtes Du Grand Parc, Bordeaux, France

Audio/FLAC, Dime/Erathostene, (200911)

Notes

INDOOR LIFE / SNAKEFINGER
Bordeaux, Salle des Fêtes du Grand Parc
Avril 1st, 1981

Source : VG+/EX- personal MASTER audience tape

Lineage : JVC stereo mic -> JVC 1665 stereo cassette recorder -> master tape Agfa Carat FeCr C90 played on Luxman Stereo cassette deck K-100 -> Pioneer CD burner -> wav -> EAC -> FLAC Frontend -> FLAC level 8 align on sector boundaries.

Some help for the titles would be nice.



Indoor Life

J.A. Deane (trombone, synthesizer system, tapes)
Bob Hoffnar (electric bass, and special bass treatments, backing voice)
Sabella (drums, oberheim-4 voice, electronic percusion)
Jorge Socarras (voice)
Patrick Cowley (antiphonal synthesizer and percussion)

01 Revely (6:43)
02 Contre Nature (5:43)
03 ? (4:55)
04 Miuzu (3:38)
05 Archeology (4:46)
06 Gilmore of the Fillmore (4:35)
07 ? (3:34)
08 Voodoo (10:20)
09 Mambo (4:08)


Snakefinger

Snakefinger (Guitar, Pedal steel guitar, Vocals)
John Bonghit Ryan (Drums)
Miguel Bertel (Guitar)
George B. George (Bass)

10... (14:33)
-smelly tongues
-trash in gall the loves of history
-don't lie
-living in vain
-???

Notes :

Setlist Updates
2009-11-22 : Indoor Life by Godjikian (Dime)
2009-11-11 : Snakefinger by creature_d (Dime)


Recorded by Erathostène
Seeded by Erathostène

Enjoy the music, dont'sell it on e-bay or anywhere else.
Support the artists.

(225/2) Snakefinger, 1981-04-01, Salle Des Fêtes Du Grand Parc, Bordeaux, France

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

TORRENT TITLE : Snakefinger - 1981-04-01 Salle Des Fêtes Du Grancs Parc, Bordeaux, France
ARTIST NAME : Snakefinger
BOOTLEG TITLE : N/A
VENUE, CITY, COUNTRY, DATE : Salle Des Fêtes Du Grancs Parc, Bordeaux, France 1981-04-01

TRACK LISTING

DISC 1 (14:33)

01 INTRO + IMPROV...........................(1:24)
02 Smelly Tongues...........................(2:26)
03 Trashing All The Loves Of History........(3:09)
03 Don't Lie................................(3:11)
04 Living In Vain...........................(3:10)
05 Magic And Ecstasy........................(1:11)

LINE UP

Snakefinger - guitar
Miguel Bertel - guitar, sing
George B. George - bass, sing
Johnny B. Ryan - drums

ARTWORK

N/A

SOURCE / LINEAGE

Stereo AUD MASTER tape from DIME

Original Lineage
****
Source : VG+/EX- personal MASTER audience tape
Lineage : JVC stereo mic -> JVC 1665 stereo cassette recorder -> master tape Agfa Carat FeCr C90 played on Luxman Stereo cassette deck K-100 -> Pioneer CD burner -> wav -> EAC -> FLAC Frontend -> FLAC level 8 align on sector boundaries.
****
My additons
TLH v2.4.1 > Computer WAV > Cool Edit 2000 > TLH v2.4.1 > FLAC 8 > DIME > you
Big thanks to the original taper & share on DIME:
Recorded by Erathostène
This was an extra track at the end of this same night's show by Indoor Life, which he'd shared on DIME.
(This part of the tour incl. Indoor Life / Snakefinger / Tuxedomoon, with Snakey & Tux toggling who closed.)
(A few nights earlier in Nancy, Tux had the middle slot & Snakey closed.)

Our friend creatured caught that this track was ol' Snakey & tipped me off about it.
All I've done was take that 1 long track / break it down by song and SBE-fix 'em / re-FLAC 'em.
The audio is otherwise unaltered from the original share of the master.

All thanks goes to Erathostène and creatured.

NOTES

Snakefinger's pre-Eric Drew Feldman band was called Bast & in early 1981, the Dead Residents.
This is likely from the Bast days.
For this show I didn't hear a name (or the tape didn't catch it).

- - - -

A short first part of a show, but quite nice sound & glad to have it.
Never had seen this show making the rounds back when I was doing tape/CDR trading.

You hear him mention Blaine L. Reininger in the intro.
On some nights of this tour, he & J.J. LaRue joined Snakey onstage.
I'm unsure if he's really in here for some of this or not.

- - - -

Crank it up and ENJOY! it as I have, and share it so others can hear it.

- - - -

Filenames have numbers on the end that are the TIMES (ex. - "...-359" is 3min59sec long).

I mark the start of tracks when the music or count-in begins, not the talking about it before it starts.

- - - -

The usual schmack applies here:

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Please retain this original info file data with any reseedings.
Please don't transfer to MP3 or other lossy formats.
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(250/1) Snakefinger, 1981-04-08, Uilensteder, Amstelveen, Netherlands

Audio/MP3, Soulseek/?, (200908)

Notes

19810408 Snakefinger
Uilenstede Amstelveen The Netherlands

mp3

Setlist :
01 Living In Vain
02 Magic And Ecstacy
03 I Love Mary
04 Golden Goat
05 Smelly Tongue
06 Trashing All The Loves Of History
07 Don't Lie
08 Picnic In The Jungle
09 The Model.mp3 0025
10 Here Come The Bums
11 Kill The Great Raven

(400/1) Snakefinger, 1981-10-03, Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI, US

Audio/FLAC, Dime/?, (200908)

Notes

TORRENT TITLE : Snakefinger - 1981-10-03 The Starship, Milwaukee, WI
ARTIST NAME : Snakefinger
BOOTLEG TITLE : N/A
VENUE, CITY, COUNTRY, DATE : The Starship, Milwaukee, WI 1981-10-03

TRACK LISTING

DISC 1 (76:29)

01 Trashing All The Loves Of History........(3:58)
02 I Followed George's Dream................(4:40)
03 Don't Lie................................(3:20)
04 Living In Vain...........................(3:32)
05 Magic And Ecstasy........................(2:25)
06 I Love Mary..............................(2:32)
07 Golden Goat..............................(5:50)
08 Eva's Warning............................(4:53)
09 Picnic In The Jungle.....................(4:16)
10 Jinx.....................................(4:56)
11 Who Is The Culprit And Who Is The
Victim?.............................(2:59)
12 Jesus Was A Leprechaun...................(2:04)
13 What Wilbur?.............................(2:13)
14 The Model................................(4:11)
15 The Man In The Dark Sedan................(8:05)
16 Private Universe / The Life On Nebulov...(9:15)
17 Kill The Great Raven.....................(3:31)
18 The Spot.................................(3:39)

LINE UP

Snakefinger - guitar, sing
Miguel Bertel - guitar, sing
Eric Drew Feldman - keyboards, synthesizers
George B. George - bass, sing
Johnny B. Ryan - drums
(This per the "Manual Of Errors" LP that would be out early the following year.)

ARTWORK

N/A

SOURCE / LINEAGE

Stereo AUD trade tape

Trade tape > Computer WAV > CDR > EAC v0.99 > TLH v2.4.1 > FLAC 8 > DIME > you
Big thanks to the original taper, and to the trader (JBK?) who hooked me up with a copy.
I dunno when I mastered this; at any rate, I no longer have the original WAVs.

This source came from that final mastered CDR, extracted via EAC / reports included.
My notes do say the right channel was low & I bumped it up to make it more balanced.
Besides that, I think the only thing I did on the computer was place track marks before each piece.
This FLAC fileset comes from the EAC extracts, which did not need SBE corrections.

NOTES

Snakefinger typically named his band & would often change it up from night to night.
For this show I didn't hear a name (or the tape didn't catch it), he just said they're "not the Residents".
He often introduced the band onstage, but didn't this night (or the tape didn't catch it).

- - - -

It's stereo, but there's minimal separation. Yeah, oh well, but it's Snakefinger manna, so you eat dontcha.
Sounds like there's some azimuth problems too, but it was like that on the source tape.
For what I've found to date, it's his first post-heart attack show / first show of the late 1981 tour captured on tape.
It's an unusually long show, & it feels like a first gig - band timing's not quite in sync at times, but the second half is tighter.
And there's some bozos in the audience that get ol' Snakey a bit riled up / he has a few comments for them.
Not the best show, but ya gotta preserve it for posterity.

- - - -

Crank it up and ENJOY! it as I have, and share it so others can hear it.

- - - -

Filenames have numbers on the end that are the TIMES (ex. - "...-359" is 3min59sec long).
Two filenames have "QM" in the name, as a question mark isn't allowed in names.

Nowadays I try to avoid the "+" in names, because it causes some folks problems; track 16 has it, so rename it if you're one of them.

I mark the start of tracks when the music or count-in begins, not the talking about it before it starts.

- - - -

The usual schmack applies here:

Please don't post this anywhere but DIME.
Please retain this original info file data with any reseedings.
Please don't transfer to MP3 or other lossy formats.
Please only trade this with others, don't sell it.
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(411/1) Snakefinger, 1981-10-10, Casablanca Club, Rochester, NY, US

Audio/FLAC, Dime/?, (2009-09-04)

Notes

TORRENT TITLE : Snakefinger - 1981-10-10 Casablanca Club, Rochester, NY (SPEED CORRECTED)
ARTIST NAME : Snakefinger
BOOTLEG TITLE : N/A
VENUE, CITY, COUNTRY, DATE : Casablanca Club, Rochester, NY 1981-10-10

TRACK LISTING

DISC 1 (67:50)

01 Trashing All The Loves Of History........(4:30)
02 I Followed George's Dream................(4:32)
03 Don't Lie................................(3:11)
04 Living In Vain...........................(3:27)
05 Magic And Ecstasy........................(2:19)
06 I Love Mary..............................(2:33)
07 Golden Goat..............................(4:43)
08 Eva's Warning............................(4:37)
09 Picnic In The Jungle.....................(4:05)
10 Jinx.....................................(4:19)
11 The Model................................(3:26)
12 Who Is The Culprit And Who Is The
Victim? (CUT).......................(2:45)
13 Jesus Was A Leprechaun...................(1:56)
14 What Wilbur?.............................(2:30)
15 The Man In The Dark Sedan................(5:27)
16 Bring Back Reality.......................(4:55)
17 Kill The Great Raven.....................(2:51)
18 Corrupted Man's Heart Is A
Ghetto (?!?)........................(2:31)
19 The Spot.................................(3:03)

LINE UP

Snakefinger - guitar, sing
Miguel Bertel - guitar, sing
Eric Drew Feldman - keyboards, synthesizers
George B. George - bass, sing
Johnny B. Ryan - drums
(This per the "Manual Of Errors" LP that would be out early the following year.)

ARTWORK

N/A

SOURCE / LINEAGE

Stereo AUD trade tape (SPEED CORRECTED)

Trade tape > Computer WAV > Cool Edit Pro > TLH v2.4.1 > FLAC 8 > DIME > you
Big thanks to the original taper, and to the trader who hooked me up with a copy.
I originally mastered this 2002-08-03 & retained the original WAV fileset.
I think the only thing I did on the computer was place track marks before each piece.

Since these WAVs are likely as close to the source as anything going around, I figured it's time to fix the speed problem.
This bugger was a bit too fast, and so I let Cool Edit Pro have at it.
I let it do a Constant Stretch / ratio of 106 / transpose none / high precision / resample (preserving neither pitch nor tempo).
It turned out alright & sounds about proper now, just needed a SBE fix to get these FLACs; check out the sample.

NOTES

I bought a copy of this tape off of Zorch Enterprises (Chicago) back in 1984 or so.
It was one of a half dozen Snakefinger shows from him that I later found were then-uncommon on the trading circuit in the '90s.

- - - -

Snakefinger typically named his band & would often change it up from night to night.
For this show he calls them "the Dead Residents".
He often introduced the band onstage, but didn't this night (or the tape didn't catch it).

- - - -

This is a stereo tape, but it's very hissy; I didn't do anything to address that, just the speed.
This is better than the average sounding Snakefinger show tape, but does it matter, it's Snakefinger baby.
It's an excellent show musically, and has always been one of my favorites.
It was the first time I'd heard that Corrupted Man's track, still wonder if it's a cover or one of his originals?

- - - -

Crank it up and ENJOY! it as I have, and share it so others can hear it.

- - - -

Filenames have numbers on the end that are the TIMES (ex. - "...-359" is 3min59sec long).
Two filenames have "QM" in the name, as a question mark isn't allowed in names.
Filenames for guessed titles have "(QMEXQM)" in the name, as "?!?" isn't allowed in names.

I mark the start of tracks when the music or count-in begins, not the talking about it before it starts.

- - - -

The usual schmack applies here:

Please don't post this anywhere but DIME.
Please retain this original info file data with any reseedings.
Please don't transfer to MP3 or other lossy formats.
Please only trade this with others, don't sell it.
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(450/1) Snakefinger, 1981-10-31, Houston, TX, US

Audio/FLAC, Dime/?, (2009-09-02)

Notes

TORRENT TITLE : Snakefinger - 1981-10-31B Houston, TX
ARTIST NAME : Snakefinger
BOOTLEG TITLE : N/A
VENUE, CITY, COUNTRY, DATE : (unknown venue), Houston, TX 1981-10-31

TRACK LISTING

DISC 1 (70:31)

01 Trashing All The Loves Of History........(3:28)
02 I Followed George's Dream................(4:22)
03 Living In Vain...........................(3:21)
04 Magic And Ecstasy........................(2:12)
05 I Love Mary..............................(2:39)
06 Golden Goat..............................(4:57)
07 Eva's Warning............................(4:45)
08 Picnic In The Jungle.....................(4:18)
09 Jinx.....................................(4:16)
10 The Model................................(3:30)
11 Who Is The Culprit And Who Is The
Victim?.............................(2:50)
12 Jesus Was A Leprechaun...................(1:57)
13 Kill The Great Raven.....................(3:07)
14 The Man In The Dark Sedan................(5:23)
15 Private Universe / The Life On Nebulov...(9:57)
16 Bring Back Reality.......................(6:14)
17 The Spot.................................(3:05)

LINE UP

Snakefinger - guitar, sing
Miguel Bertel - guitar, sing
Eric Drew Feldman - keyboards, synthesizers
George B. George - bass, sing
Johnny B. Ryan - drums
(This per the "Manual Of Errors" LP that would be out early the following year.)

ARTWORK

N/A

SOURCE / LINEAGE

Stereo FM? trade tape

Trade tape > Computer WAV > CDR > EAC v0.99 > TLH v2.4.1 > FLAC 8 > DIME > you
Big thanks to the original taper, and to the trader (Gregg?) who hooked me up with a copy.
I originally mastered this 2002-07-25 but no longer have the original WAVs.

This source came from the 2002 final mastered CDR, extracted via EAC / reports included.
I think the only thing I did on the computer was place track marks before each piece.
This FLAC fileset comes from the EAC extracts, which did not need SBE corrections.

NOTES

PART 2 OF A TWO-FER (Part 1 was an interview earlier that day)

I don't know the venue, that was not provided when I got my copy.
(In the pre-show interview they mention either "Islands" or "The Island", and I wonder if that's the name of this venue?)

- - - -

Snakefinger typically named his band & would often change it up from night to night.
For this show he calls them "the Dead Residents".
He often introduced the band onstage, but didn't this night (or the tape didn't catch it).

- - - -

This is either an FM broadcast or a soundboard; there's some tape speed problems at times, muddiness & hiss, but overall it's nice.
For an FM / SBD, it's not the greatest, but it's better than many & hey it's Snakefinger / it's the music that counts baby.
This was a great show, and you get to hear some Manual Of Errors tracks in early trial runs incl. Private Universe / The Life On Nebulov.

- - - -

Crank it up and ENJOY! it as I have, and share it so others can hear it.

- - - -

Filenames have numbers on the end that are the TIMES (ex. - "...-359" is 3min59sec long).
One filenames has "QM" in the name, as a question mark isn't allowed in names.

Nowadays I try to avoid the "+" in names, because it causes some folks problems; track 15 has it, so rename it if you're one of them.

I mark the start of tracks when the music or count-in begins, not the talking about it before it starts.

- - - -

The usual schmack applies here:

Please don't post this anywhere but DIME.
Please retain this original info file data with any reseedings.
Please don't transfer to MP3 or other lossy formats.
Please only trade this with others, don't sell it.
Please support the artists involved by purchasing their official product in massive quantities.

(4/1) Snakefinger, 1982-04-25, The Nickelodeon, Toronto, Canada

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

SNAKEFINGER AND THE ILLUSION SMASHERS

1982-04-25

The Nickelodeon
Toronto, Canada

01. Snakefinger's Introduction
02. Eva's Warning
03. I Followed George's Dream
04. Magic and Ecstasy
05. Band Introductions > Beatnik Party
06. Shining Faces ( I Am Nino )
07. Picnic In The Jungle
08. Kill The Great Raven
09. Jesus Was A Leprechaun
10. You Sliced Up My Wife
11. Bring Back Reality
12. I Love You Too Much To Respect You
13. The Man In The Dark Sedan
14. Jinx

total time approx. 49 + minutes.

**2nd Gen Aud**
Maxell XLII-S Tape > Onkyo Deck > TDK DA-3826 > CD-R > PC > .wav > Traders Little Helper Flac level 8 > dimeadozen

transfer - mcchocchoc march 2011.

the band . . . .

Snakefinger - guitar, vocals
Miguel Bertel - guitar, vocals
Eric Drew Feldman - keys, synths
Jonny BongHit Ryan - drums
George B. George - bass
Baby Meinhof - sound

The first track here is a bit bumpy to start, once the sound settles in, it is quite good! Almost excellent, all things considered. The set here is a bit short, but very enjoyable.
The band and crowd are having a great time here. At the start of the show Snakefinger mentions the gig being a "secret". I wonder if this performance was booked in advance for the Tour, or if the band took a little side-trip ? Either way, I am glad it happened and it was taped. There is a tape-flip after "Kill The Great Raven", no music or talking is missing. Great ! The Band Introductions were spoken over a 'vamp' that flows into "Beatnik Party", so I left that as one track. A very nice early version of "I Love You Too Much To Respect You", Snakefinger says that it was written "a couple of weeks ago" and also dedicates it to the Toronto crowd. What else needs to be said, it's SNAKEFINGER !
Enjoy the show.

much thanks to all of my old trading friends.

shared on dimeadozen on March 14, 2011

NEVER FOR SALE / FREE / TRADE ALWAYS AND ONLY. THANK YOU.


(5/1) Snakefinger, 1983-11-23, Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Snakefinger

Markthalle Hamburg Germany

23 November 1983

01 - Show Intro
02 - Creeper's Blues (Furry Lewis)
03 - You Can't Get That Stuff No More (Tampa Red)
04 - Let your love come down (Blind Blake)
05 - If you haven't any hay get on down the road (Skip James)
06 - ___________________ (Cripple Clarence Lofton)
07 - 4-11-44 (The Sparks Brothers)
08 - Ninety-Nine And A Half Won't Do (wilson Picket)
09 - Preachin' Blues (ROBERT JOHNSON)
10 - You got to take sick and die one of these days (Muddy Waters)
11 - Crawling King Snake (JOHN LEE HOOKER)
12 - Instrumental (___)
13 - She Walks Right In (PROFESSOR LONGHAIR)
14 - 36-22-36 (BOBBY BLUE BLAND)
15 - These Kind Of Blues (JUNIOR PARKER)
16 - Cryin For My Baby (JUNIOR PARKER)
17 Intro to "I Can't Be Satisfied (MUDDY WATERS)" song removed
18 - Wild about you Baby (ELMORE JAMES)
19 - Ten Years Ago (BUDDY GUY)
20 - Band Presentation
21 - Everyday I Have The Blues (BB King)
22 - You Upset Me (B.B. KING)
23 - The Stumble (FREDDY KING)
24 - I'm Tore Down (FREDDY KING)
25 - Crosscut Saw (ALBERT KING)
26 - Natural Ball (ALBERT KING)
27 - It Hurts Me Too (ELMORE JAMES)
28 - Days Of Old (B.B. KING)


*DIME EDIT*
I removed the only official song i found from this set, i compared them as close as i could and i think i found the the only song from this show that is on the "History of the blues" album.

I included the intro to that song becuase it's funny :)

Thanks to the original taper and the trader which i don't have any record on who it was.

Trade tape (Maxell XL2)->Technics RS-BX606->Cooledit->cd Wave (for trackmarks)->TLH 2.6.0->Flac 8->Dime

Please don't post this anywhere but DIME and

If you like this, then SUPPORT the artists. Buy their official releases.

Comments are most welcome.

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p:555/500/4...D/16

Tuxedomoon

 
19810327_RIL_Tuxedomoon
Paris 1981. Rock in Loft. We are playing "Tritone". Photo by Vic Vinson.
(trouvé sur le site de Blaine Reininger)

Discographie / Discography

Tuxedomoon


Half Mute

1980
Half Mute

Joeboy in Rotterdam

1981
Joeboy in Rotterdam

Desire

1981
Desire
IDOTNW
International Discography of the New Wave
Volume 1982 / 83

Mes Matérialisés

1980TuxedomoonDark CompanionCelluloidCEL 1-62157"
1980TuxedomoonHalf-MuteRalph RecordsTX8004-LLP
1981TuxedomoonDesireRalph RecordsTX-8104LP
1982TuxedomoonDivineLes Disques Du CrépusculeOPT 001, TWI 056LP
1982TuxedomoonScream With A ViewExpanded MusicEX 27 Y12"
1982TuxedomoonSuite En Sous-SolItalian RecordsEX 38 Y22x12"
1982TuxedomoonTime To Lose / BlindDivineDIV 78212"
2002TuxedomoonLive In St. PetersburgNeo AcusticaNEO CD 012xCD
2004TuxedomoonCabin In The SkyCrammed DiscsCBOY 1515CD

Mes Autres

1981TuxedomoonTuxedo Moon19810401-bordeauxF86611
1981TuxedomoonTuxedomoon_19810731-so36 Berlin GermanyF77317
1982TuxedomoonSuite en Sous Sol Time To Lose ShortstoriesM16011
1982TuxedomoonTuxedomoon-19820228,,liverpool,englandF94211
1982TuxedomoonTuxedomoon_19820329-teatro Nuovo Torino ItalyF79715
2004TuxedomoonCabin In The SkyM16013

Line Up

Tuxedomoon

Steven Brown : Saxophone, Clarinette, Chant, Synthétiseur, Clavier
Blaine Reininger : Violon, Guitare, Chant
Peter Principle : Guitare Basse
Winston Tong : Chant

Allées X Venues

Tuxedomoon

1980

1501980-10-07Ratinger HofDusseldorfGermanyA

1981

195+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-03-24NancyFranceA
196+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-03-26LyonFranceA
200X+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-03-2724 Quai D AusterlitzParisFranceA
225+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-04-01Salle Des Fêtes Du Grand ParcBordeauxFranceA01
197+package:Indoor Life, Snakefinger, Tuxedomoon1981-04-03PoitiersFranceA
2501981-05-19WhispersNottinghamEnglandA
11981-07-31So36 ClubBerlinGermanyA01
5001981-12-01ParisFranceA

1982

41982-02-28LiverpoolEnglandB01
21982-03-29Teatro NuovoTorinoItalyA01

1983

3ticketT1983-02-01Le BataclanParisFranceB

Enregistrements

(225/1) Tuxedomoon, 1981-04-01, Salle Des Fêtes Du Grand Parc, Bordeaux, France

Audio/FLAC, Dime/Finkployd49/Eratosthene, (20091125)

Notes

TUXEDOMOON
Salle des fetes du Grand Parc
Bordeaux, France
April 1st, 1981

EX+ quality Dimer Erathostene audience MASTER .

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.

Disc one (1:13:11)
01.?/ (to see like the) Blind
02.Everything you want
03.Dark Companion
04.Jinx
05.Music#1?/L'Etranger
06.Nervous Guy
07.Seven years
08.Special Treatment for the Family Man
09.Again
10.Desire
11.In the Name of Talent (Italian Western Two)
12.59 to 1

Recorded by Erathostene alias ChristoDK alias CB

Numerized, prepared and seeded by finkployd49

WHY DID I USE MD ?
Actually Dime rules admit the use of MD as long as the original concert was on a cassette tape. I numerized Erathostene's tape on MD 12 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.

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

Support the artists.

Sorry no artwork, feel free to make one.


Notes : (by sousmarin)

Updates Selist :

Dime 2009-06-28 : 9 and 11 by JuergenS
Dime 2009-06-28 : 1 ant 2 by retep23




Commentaires

update : 2010-01-12 Pascal Godjikian (FB)

01.Les Feuilles Mortes/Everything You Want 1
02.Everything You Want 2
03.Dark Companion
04.Jinx
05.Music#1/L'Etranger
06.Nervous Guy
07.Seven years
08.Special Treatment for the Family Man
09.Again
10.Desire
11.In The Name Of Talent (Italian Western Two)
12.59 to 1



(1/1) Tuxedomoon, 1981-07-31, So36 Club, Berlin, Germany

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

TORRENT TITLE

Tuxedomoon - 1981-07-31 SO36, Berlin, Germany

ARTIST NAME

Tuxedomoon

BOOTLEG TITLE

N/A

VENUE, CITY, COUNTRY, DATE

SO36, Berlin, Germany 1981-07-31

TRACK LISTING

DISC 1 (45:39)

101 WARM UP.................................(1:38)
102 Queen Christina.........................(5:53)
103 Litebulb Overkill.......................(2:39)
104 Jinx....................................(5:28)
105 Stranger................................(5:35)
106 Prelude.................................(1:51)
107 Allemande Bleue.........................(3:13)
108 Courante Marocaine......................(4:09)
109 Sarabande En Bas De L'escalier..........(4:34)
110 UNKNOWN TITLE (?!?).....................(6:43)
111 (Special Treatment For The) Family Man
(CUT)...............................(3:48)

DISC 2 (42:18)

201 Desire..................................(7:13)
202 Everything You Want.....................(7:50)
203 What Use?...............................(5:40)
ENCORE 1
204 59 To 1.................................(8:34)
ENCORE 2
205 Nervous Guy.............................(4:57)
ENCORE 3
206 KM Seeding The Clouds (CUT).............(8:00)

LINE UP

Steven Brown - vocals, synthesizer, electronic percussion
Blaine L. Reininger - vocals, violin, guitar
Peter Principle - bass
Winston Tong - vocals (I think?)
(no drummer - drum machine)
? dunno if anyone else was with them

ARTWORK

N/A

SOURCE / LINEAGE

Stereo AUD trade tape

Trade tape > Computer WAV > Cool Edit Pro > TLH v2.4.1 > FLAC 8 > DIME > you
Big thanks to the original taper, and to the trader (mickey) who hooked me up with a copy.
I originally mastered this 2009-11-07.
The only thing I did on the computer was place track marks before each piece.
This FLAC fileset comes directly from those final WAVs's, which only needed SBE corrections in TLH; no CD-Rs or EACs.
All audio is as it was when I got it; check out the sample.

NOTES

A very nice sounding tape of a fine performance.
A nice block of Suite En Sous-Sol tracks (a favorite of mine), and a great (if cut) KM/Seeding The Clouds.

There's a tiny cut right after the final notes of Courante.
There's a couple more for what sounds like encore clapping pauses on disc two.

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Crank it up and ENJOY! it as I have, and share it so others can hear it.

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Filenames have numbers on the end that are the TIMES (ex. - "...-359" is 3min59sec long).
Filenames for guessed titles have "(QMEXQM)" in the name, as "?!?" isn't allowed in names.
One filename has "QM" in the name, as a question mark isn't allowed in names.

I mark the start of tracks when the music or count-in begins, not the talking about it before it starts.

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The usual schmack applies here:

Please don't post this anywhere but DIME.
Please retain this original info file data with any reseedings.
Please don't transfer to MP3 or other lossy formats.
Please only trade this with others, don't sell it.
Please support the artists involved by purchasing their official product in massive quantities.

(4/1) Tuxedomoon, 1982-02-28, Liverpool, England

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Tuxedomoon
Liverpool, UK
Venue
1982-02-28


min 79:35

Audience recording - Cassette (unknown gen.) - Audacity - xACT

Support the artists by buying their records.

(2/1) Tuxedomoon, 1982-03-29, Teatro Nuovo, Torino, Italy

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes




Tuxedomoon

Live at Teatro Nuovo
Torino Italy
29 Mars 1982

01 Allemande Bleue
02 Courante Marocaine
03 Stranger
04 Gigolo Grasiento
05 Volo Vivace
06 Tritone (Musica Diablo)
07 Blind
08 Everything You Want
09 Egypt
10 Jinx
11 (Special Treatment for the) Family Man
12 Dark Companion
13 Again
14 Desire
15 What Use


This is a show of the Italian tour in spring 1982, were according to Isabelles book "The group filled up all the venues visited during that Italian tour"


Trade tape (TDK CDing)->Cooledit->cd Wave (for trackmarks)->TLH 2.6.0->Flac 8->Dime

Thanks to the original taper and to the trader.

Go buy Isabelles book about Tuxedomoon here: http://www.music-for-vagabonds.com/
Support Tuxedomoon here: http://tuxedomoonblr.bandcamp.com/


Please don't post this anywhere but DIME and

If you like this, then SUPPORT the artists. Buy their official releases.


Comments are most welcome.


OmegaTorrent 036 and 051

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This one combines two Omegaz' torrents. He found the last 2 tracks of this show long after his first upload.
Tracks 1-13 were posted in 2011, the last two ones in late 2012. I didn't see big differences when comparing
the files. But there were SBEs which were corrected by TLH. New checksum file created.




ON TV

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

1983-02-17FranceLes Enfants Du Rock, Tuxedomoon ,
1983-05-24SpainLa Edad De Oro, Tuxedomoon ,
1984-01-05SpainLa Edad De Oro, Tuxedomoon ,
1985-03-26SpainLa Edad De Oro, Tuxedomoon ,
1985-08-12GermanyMusik Conwoy, Tuxedomoon ,
1985-09-09GermanyLive Aus Dem Alabama, Tuxedomoon ,