Thursday, 15 May 2014

Television - Masonic Temple Auditorium, Detroit, USA - 13.03.1977 (Flac)


Excellent sound. Thanks to the original uploader.

Original Info File:

*JEMS Master*

1 See No Evil
2 Elevation
3 Friction
4 Prove It
5 Marquee Moon

Teac M-100 mic>Sony 153SD>Wavelab>Flac8

A short but sweet set from Television.   Their first Detroit appearance, opening for Peter Gabriel, on his first solo tour.
Yes,  that's booing you're hearing...a prog. rock crowd sitting
through a set by what they percieved as a 'punk' band from New York.
Television were a surprise opening act. We expected a opening band, we just didn't know it was going to be them until they were introduced, luckily I was set up to tape whoever it was going to be.

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3 comments:

  1. Fantastic - and a JEMS recording to boot, which always seem to be top-quality; he also taped the classic Dr Feelgood Detroit 10.03.76 gig that's been posted here: http://floppybootstomp-ii.blogspot.com/2014/01/dr-feelgood-live-detroit-mi-1976.html.

    And another Television audience recording has just surfaced, this time from 2001 at the beginning of the second reunion of the band. This was the original line-up including Richard Lloyd who would leave in 2007 and be replaced by Jimmy Ripp. Get it over here with thanks to SilentWay:

    http://floppybootstomp-ii.blogspot.com/2014/05/television-live-all-tomorrows-parties.html.

    Cheers and thanks a million! Dave Sez.

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  2. A stunning recording and a stunning performance - the album Marquee Moon in all its glory, but live - this rates as the best recording I have received in 30 years. Amazing ... Dave Sez.

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  3. Vintage Television 1977 should be enough, a great recording even more, and top versions of classic tracks even more so ... I have waited nearly thirty years to hear this .. and morons don't care, just another track.

    The gold dust I have hoped for even since 1977 (and yes, I was alive and adult then)

    Is the web populated by morons or what?!!! Why doesn't any one answer? Because it's pearls before swine ...

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