Hi to all
Welcome to my series of mostly uncirculated masters & very low generation shows that i recorded or
received in trades in my younger days most of my masters have not been circulated or only traded
once or twice i used to trade a lot in the 70s - 80s & i have many many shows well in excess of 7,500
Of these shows about 120 - 150 are my masters they where always on my trading list but not many
got traded so i boxed them all up in the late 80s now i have decided to go through them & upload
some of them.
I recorded many bands from Genesis � Bowie � Springsteen - Hawkwind - Hackett � Gabriel �
Marillion plus many many others i will try & upload a least one show a week if not two.
To record theses shows i used a Sony portable hand held tape recorder with built in stereo mics.
I always used good quality tapes to record on mainly T.D.K.
I used to insert the tape deck in a empty coffee flask with the inside taken out of the flask to get past
the security ah those where the days.
The only thing i ask is please don�t sell these recording & don�t convert to mp3 etc & if you do
( only for your own use ). Please don�t change any of the files or info files etc this is so that people
can tell the difference between this source & other sources as many people like to compare different
versions of shows.
Also please do not remaster these shows the reason for this is these days there are far to many
remasters of shows. Its ok have one remaster etc, but some are remastered that many times by
different people there can be at least 10 different remasters of a show from the same source & it can
get a bit tedious.
PLEASE ALSO DO NOT UPLOAD TO OTHER TORRENT SITES I WILL BE UPLOADING
THEM TO MOST MUSIC SITES WHEN I CAN GET ROUND TO IT THE REASON FOR THIS
IS I HAVE NOTICED IN THE PAST SOME HAVE BEEN UPLOADED WITH FILES CHANGED ETC
DOING THIS CAUSES CONFUSION WITH THE TORRENT.
All show are RAW versions with little or no tampering with the sound
I have now up-dated my tape decks for transfering recordings from audio tapes to my PC. I am now
using the following decks
Nakamichi 1000ZXL Gold Edition Or
Both theses decks are considered to be the best Tape decks ever made both have auto tape Azimuth
Alinement which will be used on all transfers. Both Decks have been Up-dated and serviced by
trained Nakamichi specialists.
I have for the past 6 month been trying out and expermenting with theses decks and
they are well worth the money amazing sound ( And should be for the money they cost ).
All the tape transfers that are done through my Yamaha Reciever are done via the pure direct
button ( all the displays on the reciever and tape deck are switched off ). so there is then no
interferance via the electrical circuritry.
On to the show for your enjoyment Davros archives presents :-
Keith Emerson - 1973-07-04 On Cleo Laine Show ( BBC 2 - T.V 19:35pm ) ( Interview + Music ) (DAVROS166)
Linage :- ( Tape Poss 1 Side c60 > Hard Drive Wave > Me ) - Nero Wave Editor -
Retracked Wav - Tracks split - Traders Little Helper - Flac8 - SBE Checked - You.
01. INTERVIEW + MUSICAL CLIPS.
1. Is this the full Interview etc If anyone can comfirm please let us know.
This is Emo's appearance on the Cleo Laine / John Dunkworth BBC 2 show 4th July 1973
It is just a short clip but very interesting esp the musical bits.
Here is a bit of info i found on it:-
Keith Emerson plays the modular (and presumably a Mini Moog)
for this as far as I know otherwise unrecorded (by him) Bach piece for
Cleo Laine's TV show in 1973. It ain't in the BBC VT library so this is all we've got
Not really my cup of tea, but in summer 1973, Johnny's 'interesting'
guest was none other than Keith Emerson. Johnny introduced Keith as a
'leading exponent of the Moog synthesiser' and looked on in awe as Keith
delivered a short but brilliant rendition of a classical piece on a
mini-Moog and (yes) the large modular Moog. Again, my memory lets me
down, but the piece was very Bach like and may have been the
Bach quote that Keith used in 'Knife Edge'. Even the technology worked
(well, almost; the very last note from the big Moog 'flew down' as Keith
released the key, but hey, this was 1973).
The subsequent chat consisted mainly of Keith explaining the
technicalities of the synthesiser and the difficulties it presented in a
concert situation. I remember Keith speaking with some apparent
authority about voltage controlled oscillators and such like. I also
remember Keith demonstrating some of the big Moog's 'voices' and
explaining how he used the CRT display to help him keep the thing in
The finale featured Keith on piano in the jazz ensemble. Again I don't
remember the piece, but Keith didn't get much of a chance to shine; his
solo lasted only a few bars.
Ive included a tv listing for the day ( 4th July 1973 ) from Radio / T.V Times Mag
Again many thanks to Mr Anonymous for this short but interesting interview.
Does anyone have a video of this if so please upload or P.M me
A few weeks ago a fellow trader kindly sent me 60 gig of rare ELP recording ( This has now gone up to
110 gigs worth ) to share a few seem to be upgrades to ones i have this is the second of theses so a
big thank you must go to Mr Anonymous.
Many many thanks to the trader for sending me a copy & the person who recorded the show
As Usual Please dont convert to mp3 ( only for your own use if you do ) Please Keep all the info files
md5 etc in the folder so that other collectors know which version this is etc and most of all
DO NOT SELL.
This series is from my own personal collection they are NOT SOURCED FROM ANY CDRs /
OTHER TORRENT SITES ETC.
They are from recordings that i traded for between 20 - 35 years ago on audio tape as stated above
they have all been boxed up for the past 20 or so years.
This is the first time any of them have been Digitally transfered and torrented. All i am doing to the
recordings in nero wave editor is inproving the volume ( if low),
also equallizing the left and right channel where needed. Removing hiss etc ( If i can ).
Recordings in this series that have a generation linage are the correct linage as to what i was told when
i was sent the recordings. Most of the traders i traded with where well known traders so i have no
reason to believe they are not the true Linage if i had any doubt to the linage at the time i did not
write it down on the tape so all the low generation recordings in this series have a well known and
Please do not remaster any of theses If you wish to do remastering of this source find yourself a
better quality version and remaster that.
This version is how i remembered hearing it all them years ago and how it sounded when it was
recorded the way it should be heard.
THIS IS FOR SOME PEOPLE WHO ALWAYS HAVE TO PUT THERE TWO PENITHWORTH IN
AND ARE NOT SATISFIED.
I PUT SAMPLES UP TO EVERY RECORDING I UPLOAD MOST PEOPLE 99% ARE SATISFIED
I PUT THE SAMPLES UP SO YOU CAN HEAR THEM BEFORE YOU DOWNLOAD THEM IF
YOU DONT LIKE WHAT YOU HEAR ITS SIMPLE YOU DONT HAVE TO DOWNLOAD IT.
I OR OTHER UPLOADERS ON THESE SITES DO NOT HAVE TO SPEND TIME AND EFFORT
RECORDING THESE SHOW ON A PC ETC TO UPLOAD THEM BUT WE DO AND DO IT
GLADLY SO THAT OTHER TRADERS CAN HAVE THE SHOWS ETC AND ENJOY THEM.
I HAVE NEVER SAID THE SHOWS I PUT UP ARE PREFECT IN ANY WAY BUT I DO THEM
TO THE BEST OF MY ABILLITY IF YOU DONT LIKE IT DONT DOWNLOAD THEM.
THATS MY MOAN FOR THE DAY SORRY LOL
Please also buy the bands offical stuff and support them etc.
Thanks to all the Artists for there great music and to all the traders for keeping live music alive.
Uploaded to tradersden by imaster1 ( doctordavros ) 26-3-2015
Uploaded to yeeshkul by doctodavros 26-3-2015
Can anyone help me does anyone have any of the following shows
David Bowie - Blackburn 31-5-1973 ( This was taped and videod )
Camel - Blackburn 10-1977 ( This was taped and videod )
Hawkwind - Blackburn 74 ( was taped and possibly videod )
Hawklords - Blackburn - 78 ( was taped and possibly videod )
SKY - Preston - 1980
Any Quasar show
Magnam - Blackburn 1980
Sad Cafe - Preston 79 & 80 & 81
iggy pop - manchester 19-6-1987
If you have any please upload them or p.m me
Iam also interested in any
Genesis - ELP - Bowie - Springsteen - Yes - Floyd - Camel - Tull - Hawkwind
Uncirculated or shows that i don't have.
If you have any please upload them or p.m me.
Many thanks Doctordavros ( one day the daleks will rule ).
11.00 : Play School
Today's story: The Mitten Traditional adapted by MIKE ROSEN Presenters
CARMEN MUNROE , BRIAN CANT
Adapted By: Mike Rosen
Presenters: Carmen Munroe
11.25 : Closedown
16.30 : Wimbledon 1973
The Lawn Tennis Championships direct from the All England Club Today is:
Semi-finals day of the Ladies' Singles Championship
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the late afternoon p direct from the Centre Court.
19.30 : News Summary
19.35 : Cleo and John
Cleo Laine , singer supreme, a her husband, composer and musical director John Dankworth , play host to two internationally famous artists.
From opposite ends of the musical spectrum, classical guitarist John Williams and keyboard superstar Keith Emerson of the progressive rock group Emerson, Lake and Palmer.
They got together recently at the Dankworths' home in Wavendon, Bucks, for an informal exchange of words and music. Musical backing by TONY HYMAS (piano)
DARYL RUNSWICK (bass) ROY JONES (drums)
Producer DON SAYER
Singer: Cleo Laine
Director: John Dankworth
Guitarist: John Williams
Unknown: Keith Emerson
Piano: Tony Hymas
Bass: Daryl Runswick
Producer: Don Sayer
20.00 : Man Alive
Reporters JEREMY JAMES
JEANNE LA CHARD , JOHN PITMAN JACK PIZZEY , DESMOND WILCOX HAROLD WILLIAMSON This week:
You Made Me Love You
Years ago when Judy Garland sang 'You Made Me Love You' to a pin-up picture of Clark Gable , she was expressing on film the real-life sentiments of thousands of film fans. Most of us at one time or another have had crushes on stars; most of us get over them. But some people never have - and never will.
These days it's the adolescent Donny Osmonds and David Cas sidys who come in for the hero-worship. But will the dedication last for them as it has for some of the superstars of the past?
John Pitman has been to see a tailor and cutter who is still devoted to the late Errol Flynn ; a widower who worships Valentino; and a housewife who reckons that any time she devotes to anything other than the memory of singer Jim Reeves is a waste of time. Fortunately she has a very understanding husband.
Producer JAMES KENELM CLARKE Editor ADAM CLAPHAM
Reporters: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeanne La Chard
Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Jack Pizzey
Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Unknown: Harold Williamson
Unknown: Judy Garland
Unknown: Clark Gable
Unknown: David Cas
Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Errol Flynn
Singer: Jim Reeves
Producer: James Kenelm Clarke
20.50 : Midweek Cinema: The Gunfighter
starring Gregory Peck with Helen Westcott , Millard Mitchell Jean Parker , Karl Malden
A notorious gunfighter trying to go straight becomes the target for every two-bit sharp-shooter out to make a reputation.
Director HENRY KING
This Week's Films; page 9
Unknown: Gregory Peck
Unknown: Helen Westcott
Unknown: Millard Mitchell
Unknown: Jean Parker
Unknown: Karl Malden
Director: Henry King
Jimmie Ringo: Gregory Peck
Peggy Walsh: Helen Westcott
Sheriff Mark Strett: Millard Mitchell
Molly: Jean Parker
Mac: Karl Malden
Hunt Bromley: Skip Homeier
Charlie: Anthony Ross
Mrs Penny feather: Verna Felton
Mrs Devlin: Ellen Corby
Eddie: Richard Jaeckel
First brother: Alan Hale Jr
22.10 : Match of the Day
from Wimbledon The Lawn Tennis Championships
Recorded highlights of today's outstanding match on Ladies' Semi-finals Day at the All England Club.
DAN MASKELL comments on the action which is introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
Presented by HUW JONES ROY NORTON , PAUL LANG
Executive producer A. P. WILKINSON
Unknown: Dan Maskell
Introduced By: Harry Carpenter
Presented By: Huw Jones
Presented By: Roy Norton
Presented By: Paul Lang
Producer: A. P. Wilkinson
23.00 : News Extra
with John Edmunds and Weather
Unknown: John Edmunds
23.30 : Closedown
4 July 1973