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KCCC 29 - Live in Heidelberg, 1974

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Postby Krimzep on Sun Oct 22, 2006 4:35 pm

Riverman wrote:I always used to think that was Springsteen. I was almost shocked to find out it was really Manfred Mann (I think) onakowna the voice is eerily similar. Much like the time I found out "I'm No Angel" was Gregg Allman, since he sounds uncannily like Bruce on that tune too.




Bruce wrote it in 73 manfred mann covered it in 76
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Postby Indyrod on Sun Oct 22, 2006 5:23 pm

The Crimson Avenger wrote:What the hell is a 'doucebag'????



Ok, my spelling was a little off. It comes from a line in the movie "And Justice for All". A defendant tells a judge "That's because you're a douche bag.". :oops:
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Postby Riverman on Sun Oct 22, 2006 6:19 pm

Krimzep wrote:Bruce wrote it in 73 manfred mann covered it in 76

Oops. Ok, forget I said anything.
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Postby MiKcrobe on Mon Oct 23, 2006 5:41 pm

Riverman wrote:
Krimzep wrote:Bruce wrote it in 73 manfred mann covered it in 76

Oops. Ok, forget I said anything.

Here's a thread you might get a kick out of, Riverman (and anyone else for that matter): It's called Elton John Totally Copied REO Speedwagon. The thread starter in this instance is a real douchebag.
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Postby MiKcrobe on Mon Oct 23, 2006 5:47 pm

Yorkshire Square wrote:Maybe I should rip it to MP3 (ha, ha, ha) and rejig it to make it more palatable to my cloth ears... :wink:

Don't you guys have progammable CD players over there yet? :P
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Postby Yorkshire Square on Mon Oct 23, 2006 6:23 pm

MiKcrobe wrote:
Yorkshire Square wrote:Maybe I should rip it to MP3 (ha, ha, ha) and rejig it to make it more palatable to my cloth ears... :wink:

Don't you guys have progammable CD players over there yet? :P


What, a quality 4+ CD Changer with the ability to store multiple programs? Yeah, we've got loads of those over here... :?
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Postby Yorkshire Square on Mon Oct 23, 2006 9:49 pm

I've actually now done the ripping and resequencing of GTD (sic). So try these;

Deceived Vol 1 - Providence 74
Walk On..
Lament
Exiles
Improv - Voyage...
Easy Money
Improv - Providence
Fracture
Starless
21st CSM (from Disc 2)

Deceived Vol 2 - Glasgow 73
Walk off from Providence
Sharks Lungs...
LTIA 1
Book of Saturday
Easy Money
We'll Let You Know
Improv - Is there Life... (from Disc 3)
Night Watch
Improv - Tight Scrummy
Peace - A Theme
Cat Food

Deceived Vol 3 - Pittsburgh 74
Tracks 1-11 of TGD Disc 3

Deceived Vol 4 - Zurich 73
Tracks 5-12 of TGD Disc 4
LTIA 2 (from Disc 1)

You might think its a load of old cobblers, but it works well for me. I've ripped the music as WAV files and reburnt them back to discs in the new order. I suspect they'll get much more play than the originals...
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Re: KCCC 29 - Live in Heidelberg, 1974

Postby The Crimson Fox on Fri Jun 26, 2009 12:31 am

Just listened to this Collectors' club release and enjoyed it. I agree with previous post in respect of the muffled drum sound but this adds to the overall atmosphere.

One question... It appears as though Fracture was just pulled rather than the tape run out on this occasion. Anyone know what was the whole set list for this concert? Do you think Mr Fripp had something to do with the abrupt ending... Can we expect to see the full version sometime on DGMLIVE... The mind boggles!! :? :?

And now to the most difficult collectors club release... CLUB30!!!... Definately the worst one!!! Does everyone agree? Top three bad points for me:

1. Sound is very crap
2. 1971/early1972 formation is the worst one
3. CD case is about to fall apart in my very own hands

Expect my comments very soon on this parp!
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