LosslessBob LB-15274
10/15/87London, England B- 

gw, Lineage: AUD > Cassette(1 Gen) BASF LH-EI 90 > Aiwa AD-F450 Cassette Deck > WAV> Audacity (Remove hiss, normalize, edit and track) > TLH (Encode aligining on sector boundaries) > FLAC 8, (GW 2021-09-11), The show was on a Thursday and I bought this tape of the show from outside Camden tube station on the Sunday following (scan of cassette cover included). Since then I have downloaded or traded this show whenever I have seen it and have five version in addition to this tape (Lossless Bob Nos. -2287, -3481,-4393, -5614 and -5599). This recording is different from all those. For example there is a woman shouting just before Rainy Day Women starts which is not on any of the other versions. The only version that I do not have to compare this recording with is LB-9949, so I cannot say for certain that this is a new source., Compared to the other versions, this one runs slightly fast but is a good clear audience recording of a memorable (at least for me) show., I have included a pretty derogatory review of the show from John Peel (English DJ) which appeared in The Observer on the Sunday after the show.

bittorrent download 09/21; this is different recording than LB-0605, LB-4393, LB-5614, and LB-9949 based on this having different crowd at end of t4 and t14; (did not listen to all of this)
1.Blowin' In The Wind, 2.Like A Rolling Stone, 3.Maggie's Farm, 4.Ballad Of A Thin Man, 5.I'll Remember You, 6.Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power), 7.Clean Cut Kid, 8.Simple Twist Of Fate, 9.Watching The River Flow, 10.John Brown, 11.The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll, 12.Don't Think Twice, It's All Right, 13.Dead Man, Dead Man, 14.Forever Young, 15.Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35, time : 63:26
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