Does anyone have this concert in mp3 form? It sounds terrific, and the arrangements are excellent

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Mandingo

Guest
Just watched this and it's magic, brings back many memories of the early solo gigs.
 

Skylarker

Well-Known Member
I will upload it tomorrow if no one else does first.
 

GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn

The Courage to Get on People's Tits
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Famous when dead

Vulgarian
Moderator
Here is my own silver cd rip in FLAC and separate tracks.
Never thought to rip it and just rediscovered the disc recently.
I think I sent one to Akiraware many, many years ago...

Anyway, EAC @ 372 MB FLAC - sounds great & worth having.


"Home Is Where The Art Is"

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Regards,
FWD.
 

Skylarker

Well-Known Member
Here is my own silver cd rip in FLAC and separate tracks.
Never thought to rip it and just rediscovered the disc recently.
I think I sent one to Akiraware many, many years ago...

Anyway, EAC @ 372 MB FLAC - sounds great & worth having.


"Home Is Where The Art Is"

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Regards,
FWD.
Thanks; sorry I didn't get around to it first.
 

klivert70

Gone to waste
Thanks FWD, and while i'm at it thanks for everything you've done for the community this year. it may, at times, seem unappreciated but it truly isn't.
 
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Johnny Fartpants

Guest
Wish they had kept in all the inbetween song 'bants' and Moz stopping the show because of security.
 

dneuer

Member
Here is my own silver cd rip in FLAC and separate tracks.
Never thought to rip it and just rediscovered the disc recently.
I think I sent one to Akiraware many, many years ago...

Anyway, EAC @ 372 MB FLAC - sounds great & worth having.


"Home Is Where The Art Is"

View attachment 66558 View attachment 66559

Regards,
FWD.
This was the Holy Grail for me at the time of its release. Bootlegs were kind of hit and miss and one never knew what the quality would sound like. I was able to hear this one and bought it at a Moz/Smiths convention in either '92/'93 in Los Angeles, if I recall. Most I'd ever paid for a cd at the time at $80 :openmouth: The music, sound, artwork... it was all amazing and well done.
 
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