turbid at turbid.com
Wed Feb 5 07:04:49 EST 2003
There is interest from TG to release everything left.
In addition to 10 concert cassettes, what about that TG live from the
studio cassette and the interview cassettes that came along with 24 Hours
Bootlegs just pale in comparison to remasters from the original tapes, as
anybody with the 24 Hours box can attest..
There's still plenty more to surface, and I'm fairly certain they want it
to surface, but they haven't decided how it will surface.
Give 24 Hours some time to settle in and maybe one of these years, the
rest will come out in a similar fashion.
On Wed, 5 Feb 2003, Cameron Smart wrote:
> Some comments and a question:
> I noticed somebody on the list saying that they would
> only listen to each of the TG24 CDs once. I'm going
> through the process of listening to one repeatedly
> more or less for a week. I must say that they're
> blowing me away (having been listening to TG since the
> early 80's but never having access to the original
> cassettes). They really do warrant repeated listening.
> Just about every one so far (I've only reached IRCD8)
> has been bemusing on the first listen. This I find
> interesting because the live audience more often than
> not must have felt the same but did not have a chance
> to listen to the permanent product.
> I've got a lot of questions on individual discs that I
> might post if I find time.
> But my one question just now... if anyone knows about
> any plans to release the remaining CDs(10 to my
> reckoning- a sort of TG10) in a similar package.
> Arguably their best concerts. I know most of them have
> been released in a variety of formats and varying
> quality, but it would be good to get them as one.
> Related question: Was the last cassette IRC33 at
> Sheffield university? Were official recordings made of
> all the others?
> Cameron Smart
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