LosslessBob LB-4165

MR JTT; DAT Master, Excellent, clear, warm recording with minimal audience noise, best I've heard of this classic show., Samples below., Recorded by "MR", tranfer to FLAC and Artwork JTT., DAT>CDR>EAC>Soundforge 8 (Track Marks & Fades)>FLAC Level 8, To my knowledge this recording has not been previously torrented.

bittorrent download 10/06; a 7 way comparison was done and notes on other recordings for this date were updated; The best sounding recordings are version "a" LB-1384, schubert remaster LB-1725 and shepherds best LB-1517; the rest were more distant with the crystal cat LB-1959 being the harshest followed by this one. The doberman LB-1516 was warmest but not as upfront or full or good of sound; (did not listen to all of this)
Disc 1: 57.10, 01 Introduction, 02 Cold Irons Bound, 03 Quinn The Eskimo, 04 Down Along The Cove, 05 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry, o6 Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, 07 Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine), 08 Million Miles, 09 Tough Mama, 10 Under The Red Sky, Disc 2: 57.30, 01 Positively 4th Street, 02 Dear Landlord, 03 Tombstone Blues, 04 Jokerman, 05 Silvio, 06 Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum, 07 Like A Rolling Stone, 08 All Along The Watchtower
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