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This disk's cover is of the "Inbetween Daze" blacklight makeup pics.
The disk itself has the same likeness silkscreened on it. The cover
opens up and has a color pic of Bob inside. This seems to be a sound
board recording. The sound quality of the first 9 tracks is poor but
not as bad as others. The Sound wavers a bit, but its not terrible.
The vocals seem a bit subdued, probably a sign of the age of the master
tape. The later tracks sound better, the vocals are clearer but there is
a lot more audience noise. The bands performance on this disk makes up
for the shortcomings of the sound quality.
Submitted By: Unknown
Very good audibility, but retains tape hiss.
Tracks 6,7,8,9,19 are excellent perfomances.
The band really came through in these two gigs.
Yes, the sound quality is fairly lacking. It's mainly tape hiss.
Yes, it does become distorted at higher volumes. Look at the
tracks, though. Where can you find some of these otherwise?
These are 2 very early performances, especially the '79 show
that has a few songs from 17 Seconds including A forest
and Play for Today. This must be one of the earliest
versions of both of these great songs. Pick it up if
you hear it first and are content with the sound
quality. These are a must if you want rare tracks
from the first two albums. One final note...the last song is A Forest not At Night