Saturday, 11 January 2014

The Echoplex
1154 Glendale Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90026

source : Nakamichi cm100 (cp1) Busman Audio Mod > Hi Ho Silver Cables > Naiant Tinybox > Sony PCM-M10
taper : markp
Text file updated by elegymart, 13 January 2018.

Total running time [31:38]
01 Catamaran [4:14]
02 Busman's Holiday [3:54]
03 Sandy [3:16]
04 No Way [3:03]
05 Voices [3:37]
06 Sacred Sands [3:55]
07 Don't You Forget It [3:03]
08 Had It All [2:33]
09 Tell Me (What's on Your Mind) [4:03]

Band line-up:
Miles Michaud - vocals, guitar
Pedrum Siadatian - lead guitar
Spencer Dunham - bass
Matthew Correia - drums, percussion


Here's a reseed of an upload from persic from four years ago, within days after he taped it. Only changes made here are updates to the text file.

This set was part of "We All Join Hands," a benefit for Richard Gowen. This was to raise funds for the Growlers drummer to pay for expenses to have his appendix removed. See enclosed poster for the rest of the roster at this benefit.

Despite what persic notes below, I am a silent fan of his work (since he doesn't solicit thanks) and actually do listen to his recordings -- this one is just as sweet sounding as most of his others.

His original notes follow:

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this recording is in 24/48
Here is a link to what seems to be a user friendly piece of freeware
feel free to do whatever you wish with this and any other torrent i post or have ever posted
it would be great if you wish to post on to other sites so others may choose to get this should they wish
and please do so whenever and wherever you wish
that includes if you wish to post to mp3 sites in whatever rate you wish
please feel free to post any amount to blogs in any format you wish
feel free to share in any format in anyway in any location at anytime you wish
as once you have downloaded this here from dime it is just as much yours as it is mine
so hell change the txt file, delete tracks, move tracks around, lie about where the show is from and who recorded it
matrix it with a recording of some other band recorded many years before
or do the one thing nobody does....listen to it. support the artist, buy releases and see them live.
my one request............don't even wonder or think that i have any requests about what you do with this,
as i don't..(or any other torrent i ever post)

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Over the years on dime, EZT, the Archival Group, and through all the various and assorted other trading groups online preceding that, and the CDR, DAT, and analog cassette traders which came before, I've gathered a moderate collection of items to share. I've helped with transfers (the Cactus and related uploads from over a decade ago here, and currently a bite out of the massive Stonecutter Archives), contributed setlists and corrections to many a torrent -- all the sort of things that don't raise one's share ratio. I've shared some of my masters back in the old snail mail days, but it's high time to give back more here from where I've received so much. I had meant to do a roll-out with something grand and possibly a series (Elegymart #1, #2, etc.), but that's been done countless times before.

At this point not only have we've all aged along with dime's existence, but our media and the equipment that can play it back has as well. So rather than any fanfare or concern over share ratio, consider this upload another step in a more diligent attempt to beat the time and to circulate the collection.


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