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    Berlin 1970 interviews

    In German!
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    Re: Berlin 1970 interviews

    Quote Originally Posted by kees1954 View Post
    In German!
    where....what?

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    Re: Berlin 1970 interviews

    I'm confused. Just can't get the torrent file uploaded. I KEEP GETTING AN ERROR MESSAGE:

    The following errors occurred:

    You must disable decentralized tracking on this torrent

    WHAT DOES THS MEAN?
    Can anybody help me, PLEASE? I'm getting frantic
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    Re: Berlin 1970 interviews

    Do you have options when you create the torrent file? I think its called private torrent on my client.
    Sometimes you just have to check or uncheck a box when making the torrentfile

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    Quote Originally Posted by karsten View Post
    Do you have options when you create the torrent file? I think its called private torrent on my client.
    Sometimes you just have to check or uncheck a box when making the torrentfile
    Hey Karsten: thanks very much, I think it works now!

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    Re: Berlin 1970 interviews

    great, thanks for helping karsten...is this what i think it is? from bravo? can´t wait for the download to finish...takes some time lol...

    EDIT: got it now...."Reqiuem für einen Freund" seems to be out of Stern or der Spiegel, possibly also by Flemming, but i was never able to find out...that guy should have some interesting stories to tell about the visits to Hamburg...

    The 883 Interview is out of a very left wing strret mag, and the interview is purely fictional...they even admit it in another place of the same issue if i remember correctly...thanks for seeding them kees!

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    Re: Berlin 1970 interviews

    The Flemming interview is really amazing! It could very well be that he still has a copy of the cassette. In one of the old inventories that Les Kahn made for Alan Douglas in 1974, there was description of a recording of the Fehmarn Festival. I wonder who made those stage recordings? Gerry Stickells? Eric Barrett?

    (Didn't know about the 883 interview, ridiculous!!! :-) )

    Quote Originally Posted by Olvator View Post
    great, thanks for helping karsten...is this what i think it is? from bravo? can´t wait for the download to finish...takes some time lol...

    EDIT: got it now...."Reqiuem für einen Freund" seems to be out of Stern or der Spiegel, possibly also by Flemming, but i was never able to find out...that guy should have some interesting stories to tell about the visits to Hamburg...

    The 883 Interview is out of a very left wing strret mag, and the interview is purely fictional...they even admit it in another place of the same issue if i remember correctly...thanks for seeding them kees!

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    Re: Berlin 1970 interviews

    Quote Originally Posted by kees1954 View Post
    In one of the old inventories that Les Kahn made for Alan Douglas in 1974, there was description of a recording of the Fehmarn Festival. I wonder who made those stage recordings? Gerry Stickells? Eric Barrett?
    Bring on those inventory lists!
    I guess the Dagger Fehmarn tape was bought by EH so must be another source.
    And another thing would be if Jimi only had one tape to hear the prior days concert and then tape it over hence making Fehmarn the only surviving tape maybe..

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    Re: Berlin 1970 interviews

    thank you!
    peace is hard work, you have to keep after it by fighting hate and listening to Jimi Hendrix records.

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    Re: Berlin 1970 interviews

    I have the original Fehmarn Dagger release cd with the booklet and it states, "Nonetheless, festival promoters Christian Berthold and Helmut Ferdinand were determined to document Jimi's appearance. The two surreptitiously set up microphones onstage and fed them into a consumer grade Revox reel-to-reel deck." The booklet (written by John McDermott just an FYI) Also states the recording as a "raw, two track monophonic recording but remains the best documentation of this historic performance."

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    Re: Berlin 1970 interviews

    Is there a 'boot of the Christian Berthold and Helmut Ferdinand recording that Dagger used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AstroVoodoo View Post
    The booklet (written by John McDermott just an FYI) Also states the recording as a "raw, two track monophonic recording but remains the best documentation of this historic performance."
    The audience source sounds better to me...the best version is a mix of the two, with each recording getting one channel. A nice stereo effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark7 View Post
    The audience source sounds better to me...the best version is a mix of the two, with each recording getting one channel. A nice stereo effect.
    agreed.

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    Re: Berlin 1970 interviews

    A multimix of every available tape is even beter!! I heard a stunning version of Killing Floor.

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