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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    Copen, Thanks for input. I'll try and find time to check this out but a little bit distracted right now. I'll try and mail you but if I don't it's just me being busy. Again thanks.
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    studio '69:

    track 4 rfom on cd 12 and 13 are reversed.

    cd 12, track 2 pos is incorrect. it is the same as cd 14, track 2.

    both versions of the mannish boy sessions are missing the first 1:11 of the first session.

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    Hi Folks,
    does anyone know if the ATM video on this hard drive is the revision A - Live at The Royal Albert Hall (ATM DVD 001 Rev A / 2003 / DVD-R)
    OR is it the original (pre- Rev. A) DVD?
    Many thanks,
    Mick

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    Quote Originally Posted by firstrays View Post
    Hi Folks,
    does anyone know if the ATM video on this hard drive is the revision A - Live at The Royal Albert Hall (ATM DVD 001 Rev A / 2003 / DVD-R)
    OR is it the original (pre- Rev. A) DVD?
    Many thanks,
    Mick
    Its the Rev. A Mick!

    This is the info file:

    Jimi Hendrix

    Live at The Royal Albert Hall
    (ATM DVD 001 Rev A, 2003, DVD-R)

    Royal Albert Hall
    London, England, UK
    24/II/1969

    plus

    - Home Recordings 1969
    - Footage from German Tour, January 1969

    Lineage:
    Rising Sun VHS -> Digitally Edited -> VHS -> DVD

    Artwork included.

    Features:
    - Full Stereo Sound
    - Actual song order
    - Dozens of 'out of sync' shots have been corrected
    - Songs extended to full length
    - With psychedelic effects to fill in missing scenes
    - Compiled from different video sources
    - Plays back in full screen mode

    Notes:
    - Re-worked version of the unreleased film "Experience" aka."The Last Experience"
    - Upgrade of ATM DVD 001 "Live at The Royal Albert Hall"; Audio / video synch problems corrected.

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    Johan,
    thank you. My file just said 'best quality' thought it may be OK but had to check.
    Thanks again.
    Mick

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    jesus - where do you get your hands on this thing? It looks to be immense. I thought I had a lot of stuff with something like 300 or so CD's worth of material - but that's child's play in comparison.

    I back up all of my stuff on a 2tb hard drive. I have to imagine, this would take at least a quarter to two-thirds of that as uncompressed .wav format. drooling like a fool

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    it's yours for the asking...all you gotta do is send me a HD.

    send me a pm if you are serious.
    Last edited by hawkfan369; 02-14-11 at 07:32 PM.

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    I am interested in the HD as well.

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    Quote Originally Posted by Justin View Post
    I am interested in the HD as well.
    Anyone contact you?
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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    This drive is straight up, the S!@t! Lots of stuff on here I hadn't heard, much I have. Having all the ATM's in one place is really great. I never collected them by the ATM numbers, only by the titles, so it's nice to have everything 'defined'.

    A few questions though -

    Why bother putting the original collection and the upgraded version on there - just to be complete?

    Also - the collection called "War Heroes Outtakes" suffers from some issues. A couple of the tracks are only a few seconds long, and a few of the tracks are missing if you look at the CD booklet. Nothing is corrupted, it's almost as if the last 5 seconds of a few songs got clipped in the wav>flac transfer and were split into two. Any ideas on this one? I love the sound of it as a whole and really want to hear what i'm missing. (the remix of Send my Love to Linda) being the one that jumps out at me from memory.

    Overall, though - it's a great collection that would have taken me forever to locate, dl and convert. I've listened to nothing else since it showed.

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    ^
    Yes, the drive does suffer from a few issues. It was conceived and circulated very quickly.
    I plan to re-visit the contents so when I do I'll pick up on any feed back here. The plan is to correct these issues and delete many of the dup's and replace with whatever can be fitted on to give it a broader base.
    Qute a few issues had to be dealt with so it was inevitable that some error would be contained here, it wes impossible to listen to it all prior to circulation. If we had done I'm sure you would still be waiting on it lol.

    Glad you like it though.
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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    Watchout for the Fuzz (ATM 020-022 / 12.04.1999 / 3CDR)
    Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA 30.05.70 [Rehearsals, Complete 1st Show & Complete 2nd Show]
    >>the first tune of the Rehearsals is missing about 5-10 seconds at the beginning.

    The Berkeley Concerts (ATM 123-124 / 01.06.2000 / 2CDR) Master Clone
    >>the sound quality is exactly the same as Whoopy Cat's "The Berkeley Concerts" (ftbfs: B467).

    one of the mannish boy sessions (i think it's the first one) is missing about 0:30 seconds at the beginning.

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    Wow...what an awesome idea! Might have to pick up another HD soon.

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    Thanks Copen. All digested :-)
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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    I was wondering where to get this from? Info is all I want first, but it's a brilliant idea! I put all of my stuff on hard drives too.

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    An indication of the contents is shown at the start of this thread.
    A text file could be shown but would not really cover the whole content. The drive does serve as a great basic collection or a back up to what you already have or even add those few bits from the ATM series that you may have missed picking up.
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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    atm 067-068 bog 12.31.69 2nd show is incorrect. it is an audience recording, not soundboard/composite.

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    Will check but it'll be listed as it came, as the ATM.
    Thank you for pointing it out though.
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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    HaHa, It made me laugh anyway!
    "Fucking Hell, I Broke a String!!"
    1968 Voodoo Chile sessions.

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenders Fingers View Post
    Will check but it'll be listed as it came, as the ATM.
    it can be listed as an atm, but it's not atm 067-068.
    f.l. is complete, so it's probably the hellman tape.
    for the soundboard/audience composite need to refer to atm 218-219.

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    Re: Directory of a Hard Drive

    Wow! As it happens, I've got a nice little Seagate FreeAgent 300 Gig , about the size of smartphone..
    Is it large enough?

    gotta go right now but will return...

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