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SOURCE: live satellite feed > Casio DAR-100 DAT
LINEAGE: [DAT] > Wavelab > CD-R > .flac > mp3 (VBR)
02-Until The End Of The World
03-New Year's Day
04-When Will I See You Again
05-Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of
06-What's Going On
08-Pride (In The Name Of Love)
09-Sunday Bloody Sunday
11-Angel Of Harlem
12-Staring At The Sun
14-Where The Streets Have No Name
15-I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
16-With Or Without You
17-Encore Break / Elevation Mix
21-Peace On Earth
"So as luck and fate would have it, JEMS happened to be in position to do
a live capture to DAT of the satellite audio feed that eventually fed this
show's webcast. As I noted in my initial forum post, I do not believe there
is such thing as a "pre-satellite" recording of the show in circulation
(which I suppose would be a true soundboard before it hit the satellite truck).
There are several webcast captures in circulation, and others called
"pre-satellite" which are almost certainly post-satellite in that someone did
what we did and captured the feed coming down off the "bird" as the TV folks
like to call it.
I asked a few questions about this in the forum and Noiseless was kind enough
to post a couple of samples of the best known "pre-satellite" recording of the
show, which I believe was booted as Cockles & Muscles. The samples of that
recording include a big drop outs in "Beautiful Day" and "One" (said to come
from damage to the original VHS tape that recording presumably audio and video)
and other interference.
Our JEMS master does not have the "Beautiful Day" or "One" drop outs and while
I think it may have a minor tick here or there (inherent in the feed), it is
clearly a different source to what is in circulation. I know JH did a lot of
work in Wavelab to clean it up. For those reasons, I believe it should be [an]
upgrade in terms of being more complete and hopefully as good if not better sound.
- Butterking for JEMS
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 281, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
2. Take Me Higher
3. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band / All You Need Is Love
4. Beautiful Day
5. Until The End Of The World
6. New Year's Day
7. When Will I See You Again
8. Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of
9. What's Going On
10. New York
11. Pride (in The Name Of Love)
12. Sunday Bloody Sunday
13. Bono Speaks
15. Angel Of Harlem
16. Staring At The Sun
18. Where The Streets Have No Name
19. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
20. With Or Without You
21. Encore Break
22. Trippy Elevation Mix
24. Mysterious Ways
25. Bono Speech
27. Peace On Earth
28. Walk On
29. Outtro (grace)
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