Hawkwind 1985-11-14 Empire Theatre Liverpool UK-CDR Postal Trade
01.Intro / Song of the Swords
02.Dragons and Fables
03.The Sea King
04.Angels of Death
05.The Shade Gate
07.The Pulsing Cavern
08.Master of the Universe
10.Choose Your Masks
12.Assault and Battery
13.Sleep of a Thousand Tears
18.Elric (The Enchanter)
21.Dust of Time
23.Horn of Destiny
25 Born to Go
26 Arrival in Utopia
Huw Lloyd Langton
Unknown Source > TDK CDRs > EAC (Correct Offsets) > WAV > TLH > FLAC (Level 8)
For my own lisening pleasure I create one folder withh all the files in. If you
wish to reverse back to two folders then the split between Disc 1 and Disc 2
is as above between track 10 and track 11.
So here's another Hawkwind show I received in a postal trade way back and another show
I attended with my late brother.
I've checked the tracker and this show isn't on here, in fact this is a show I've never shared before outside of postal trading, so I expect there
will be quite a few on the tracker that doesn't have this in their collections.
This gig has decentish sound for a 1985 Hawkwind audience recording its ok.
Once again the sound on this is more bootleggy, a wee bit distant and a bit thin, however your ears do adjust and if you have a decent graphics Equaliser and
a sub woofer then all will be well.
So the sound quality on this overall is good a solid 5.5 to 6/10 or VG to VG+.
As always many thanks to the taper for recording this show, as a fellow taper I know all the trials and tribulations you go through
when recording a show. In fact the only time you know how it's gone is when you get home after the event and listen to it.
I'd also like to thank those generous folk that did cdr postal trades with me back in the day, it's because
of those kind folk I can now share this with you.
As always share freely but NEVER sell. Don't covert to lossy unless for personal use.
Lets remember Hawkwind are a current active touring band:
So support them by going to gigs, buying their cd's and merchandise etc.
I have already purchased their new album Somnia and its great.
Check out their official website here: http://www.hawkwindmuseum.co.uk
Also check here for the bands current trading/recording policy: http://www.hawkwindmuseum.co.uk/trading%20rules.htm and this recording is allowed by the band under those rules.
You can also find detailed info on their re-issue back catologue here: http://cherryred.co.uk/atomhenge/main.htm
Lets keep those motors running.
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