6 CD Set "Classic Radio Broadcast Recordings"

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Jack Green
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6 CD Set "Classic Radio Broadcast Recordings"

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Ich gebe zu, dass es recht faul ist, hier zu fragen, aber Recherchen zu betreiben ist nicht mehr so mein Ding, und einige von euch wissen sicher gleich, was das ist. Da sollen Live-Konzerte von 70, 72, 77 und 87 drauf sein. Welche Konzerte sind das wohl, und welche Aufnahmen sind das?

Jethro Tull - "Classic Radio Broadcast Recordings" (6 CD Box)

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Re: 6 CD Set "Classic Radio Broadcast Recordings"

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Guck mal hier:
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Re: 6 CD Set "Classic Radio Broadcast Recordings"

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Danke schön! Dachte mir doch, dass es mir bekannt vorkommt. 😄
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Re: 6 CD Set "Classic Radio Broadcast Recordings"

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Dave Rees lässt sich im neuesten AND zu einer der beiden Boxen auch aus:
"JETHRO TULL BOX - Classic Radio Broadcast Recordings Laser Media LM22296 (Oct 2022) 6xCD Set On the face of it, this looks quite tempting - a collection of radio broadcasts, and so guaranteed to be of decent audio quality, at a price of around £3.00 per CD. However, like Leftfield Media mentioned above, Laser Media (same people?) are renowned for passing off dodgy audience recordings as radio broadcasts, and this is an example. For the more technical amongst you, one review says, “The dynamic range of these CDs is between DR3 to DR5, that means unlistenable.” Bit unfair, it’s all listenable, just not a fab hi-fi experience. The first two CDs, from 1987, whilst fairly good quality for a bootleg, are certainly not FM quality; plenty of distortion and poor editing. That said, it’s listenable and exciting. CD3 is from 1972, and, again, is not an FM broadcast, but a pretty good audience recording. As with all these things, I’m sure it is just another version of a readily available boot, and if I had the time and inclination to investigate I would… but I have neither I’m afraid. CD4 is a brief (40 minutes) 1970 recording, and CDs 5&6 are from 1977 – not, as previously advertised on Amazon, from 1984, unfortunately. It’s all OK, nothing earth-shattering and probably nothing new, but a very good starter for those people that have not collected bootlegs over the years, particularly for the mere £16 asking price. A booklet with at least some information."
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