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About SpookyE

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  1. As stated above. "bootleg ears" might be needed. I remember when I first began listening to certain bootlegs it sounded almost incoherent(that might be an exaggeration) but after a certain period my ears adjusted and I was able to notice the details. Heck one of my favorite gigs 1970/09/19 Evening show isa pretty good audience recording and I prefer it to some soundboards of the period.
  2. I am among the many people that want a upgrade for Bath 1970, but it would be interesting if Bath 1969 exists.....or even the 1st Albert hall show in June 1969. I would really kill for another show for 1968!! .
  3. I enjoy the show as well. Although I have missed recent episodes.
  4. I assume we are talking about albums. If so then I personally prefer side 2 of Abbey Road, it is a fun ride!!
  5. I wan to say HMMT but there are some(if not all) D&C from the European 73 tour that kick ass!
  6. WOW! Thanks for the input everyone. This will definitely keep me busy on my free time
  7. Thanks for the contribution DAS. Would you have any other recommendations of blues virtuosos from this period Strider? I already checked out that album that Clapton did with the bluesbreakers and I enjoyed that.
  8. So I was listening(for the 1st time mind you) to the debut album of The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, and I was really liking Mike Bloomfield's playing. So my question is if anyone has any recommendations for anything I should hear from Bloomfield?
  9. Well after having more time on my hands, I have listened to empire pool and Brussels. I was In Rock n Roll bliss Empire pool had a spectacular version of You Can't Always Get What You Want. Strider I agree with Nutrocker in that I'd like to hear more of this experience if possible....
  10. Thanks for the recommendations. I'm currently listening to the Perth 1973 show and I'm really enjoying this one! Any recommendations for 1972?
  11. Thanks for the reply Strider! I was beginning to think that no one was a stones fan here or I posted this in the wrong section haha. As for the Brussels show, I have heard some people arguing to get the boot rather than the actual release. What is your take on it?
  12. Does anybody have any "unofficial" recordings you can you recommend? I have two Madison square garden shows from 69 Altamont 69 Detroit 69 Baltimore 69 Essen 70 Paris 9/24/70 Leeds 71 Philadelphia Special (1972)
  13. Thanks for the reply, I'm going to track down a sample of each available release of this show and let my ears decide.
  14. So it seems that Godfather has released their own version of this show by the title of Final Rendez-Vous. Does anybody know how that compares to what was released on the net?
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