Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Gene Loves Jezebel - Paradise Rock Club, Boston, Mass. USA - 05.11.1986 (Flac)

Excellent FM broadcast. Thanks to thee original Uploader.

Original Info File:

complete live FM broadcast
touring their 3rd album "discover"
runtime: 62:29

Michael Aston: vocals, guitar
Jay Aston: vocals, guitar
James Stevenson: guitar
Peter Rizzo: bass
Chris Bell: drums

1: radio introduction > always a flame  4:24
2: sweetest thing  3:18
3: worth waiting for  3:10
4: wait and see  3:12
5: rhino plasty  3:33
6: Stephen  4:08
7: kick  2:50
8: cow  6:53
9: bruises  3:32
10: over the rooftops  3:02
11: desire > 4:28
12: heartache  4:00
13: announcer encore break (tape flip)  2:29
14: upstairs  3:17
15: immigrant  3:54
16: announcer encore break (credits)  2:20
17: shame  3:21
18: announcer wrap up  :30

 WBCN FM live broadcast >
 Yamaha 500 reciever with digital tuner and wire FM antenna >
 Nak. BX-100 cassette deck (dolby off) >
 Maxell XLII 90 min. master cassette >
 (tracks 13-18 are 1st gen. copy from second master copy) >
 played on Nak. BX-300 into soundforge (wav) >
 flac (sb's aligned) > torreentially yours.
 a this and that production.
 Do not sell this recording.
 Share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.

 note: a previous post of this show was just 50:03, missing tracks 14 and 15, and some of the encore babble. this is the entire concert, broadcasted live on WBCN as it happened. the only tape flip was after track 12 ended so a second master tape was copied for the last 6 tracks (3 songs) of the broadcast. Both the drummer and bassist changed in 1986 so they may be different here. The band listing here is the one as the Ritz, N.Y.C. 1986 concert broadcasted on MTV.

The sound in tracks 1, and 13-18 isn't quite as crisp as the rest, not sure why since tracks 1-12 are all from master tape (recorded on Nak. BX 100 cassette deck) but this is the full concert, including all the songs and radio announcer babble. It was the announcer's chance to be informative and let us know what fine songs we just heard played so well, or who played them so well.

But this was broadcasted on WBCN in the mid 1980's. In the shank of the ego era, the reaganera.
so the announcer encore breaks are all just babble. They are in here for the sake of completeness only.
NOT for your listening pleasure.

There is some quality fluctation in the broadcast, but the signal is strong throughout. The band was popular enough at this time in Boston that a second Paradise show was added by popular demand on Nov. 9th. that one had a different opening band (Until December)


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