LosslessBob LB-6548
6/20/78London, England1B+52min

BOOTLEG: Earls Court; "Vinyl Transfer" "JTT", < One For The Collectors >, Excellent Audience Recording (Incomplete), Another of the hundreds of Bootlegs I am pleased to say, as a collector, I have purchased over many years., This one is a classic. It was reviewed in Melody Maker and NME as though it was an, official release. I read the review on a Thursday and on Saturday my local record, shop had it in their racks, 5.00, and worth every penny, hats off to the Bootleggers., The copy torrented here is the original UK pressing which according to "Great White Answers", was in fact the first European/UK bootleg., Full Details of Release Here: http://www.bobsboots.com/boots/bt-e001.html, SOURCE: Very Good Vinyl LP > Technics SL-110/SME 3009 Series 111/Goldring G1010 >, Onkyo P-304 Pre Amp > Soundforge 9 > FLAC Level 6 Align on sector boundaries, Transfer by JTT, September 2008, Artwork for Jewel Case from original sleeves (front wording is new due to poor scan) by JTT, Playing Time: 51.36

bittorrent download 09/08; in 4-way comparison on t3, this is different recording based on different crowd at end of t3; LB-3458 is harshest and fullest sound, then this, then LB-4731 and then LB-4732; LB-4731 and then LB-4732 are also more muffled; very good to excellent sound [B+]
vinyl surface noise; begin of t1 missing
SIDE ONE:, 01. Ballad Of A Thin Man, 02. Maggie's Farm, 03. I Don't Believe You, 04. Like A Rolling Stone, 05. Blowin' In The Wind, SIDE TWO, 06. Senor, 07. Masters Of War, 08. Just Like A Woman, 09. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right, 10. It's Alright Ma (Only Bleeding)
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