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Old 10-07-2014, 11:14 AM
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Does anyone have this version in mp3s?
I refuse to mess with mp3's since they have ruined the FM trading circles (Which is another reason I do not trade anymore...But I will post links for those who are wanting recordings in lossless format only!)
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Here's the second source of the September 30th Minneapolis show that was posted on dime yesterday:

http://www.adrive.com/public/nj95tS/...ource%232).rar
Thanks! The quality is better on this one than the first one.
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MSG of last monday is on Dimeadozen:

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-d....php?id=506845

It's in flac, and to paraphrase Stevie:

"No you'd encode your songs yourself ..." :-)

http://download.cnet.com/Free-FLAC-t...-75206134.html
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MSG of last monday is on Dimeadozen:

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-d....php?id=506845

It's in flac, and to paraphrase Stevie:

"No you'd encode your songs yourself ..." :-)

http://download.cnet.com/Free-FLAC-t...-75206134.html
Can anyone post mp3s for this show?
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Old 10-08-2014, 08:58 AM
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I'm so grateful with the shows you uploaded. The sound is really good and is nice to listen finally a good setlist. It's a shame onece again there was only ONE songs from Mirage, but I can't discuss the good times recorded here.
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Can anyone post mp3s for this show?
Madison Square Garden, 10-6-2014:

http://www.adrive.com/public/q3jBa9/...NYC10-6-14.rar
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Thanks for that! Also, major love for the ABoF&L quote in your sig...
I could watch ABoF&L 24/7, I think. The quote in my signature has always been one of my favorites because it's awesome the way Stephen Fry is dressed and delivers that line. Love it!

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Thanks! The quality is better on this one than the first one.
I think the second source for that show is much better as well. So far, the tapers have done a pretty great job on this tour. I hope it continues and we can get a complete tour of fantastic recordings!
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Thanks! This one's another really good recording.
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Default Fleetwood Mac - 2014-10-02 - United Center, Chicago, Il. [24-bit]

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-d....php?id=507144

Fleetwood Mac
United Center
Chicago, Illinois
October 2, 2014

Source: Church Audio CA-11 cards => UGLY pre-amp => Tascam DR-2D (24/44.1)
Transfer: DR-2D => WAV => Magix Audio Cleaning Lab => WAV => FLAC (level 8)

Location: Club level, front row, directly side stage, left side

Contrast clause: A CD-friendly 16-bit version of this source is available here:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-d....php?id=507184

Setlist:

Disc one (75:30):
(1) Band entrance (0:55)
(2) The Chain (5:32)
(3) You Make Loving Fun (4:19)
(4) Dreams (4:35)
(5) Secondhand News (3:38)
(6) Rhiannon (5:32)
(7) Christine McVie banter (0:45)
(8) Everywhere (3:54)
(9) Lindsey Buckingham banter (1:59)
(10) I Know I'm Not Wrong (4:35)
(11) Tusk (4:42)
(12) Sisters of the Moon (4:59)
(13) Say You Love Me (false start) (0:35)
(14) Say You Love Me (4:48)
(15) Seven Wonders (4:41)
(16) Lindsey Buckingham banter (1:10)
(17) Big Love (4:15)
(18) Stevie Nicks banter (0:45)
(19) Landslide (4:34)
(20) Never Going Back Again (5:20)
(21) Christine McVie banter (0:35)
(22) Over My Head (3:12)

Disc two (73:13):
(1) Stevie Nicks banter (1:51)
(2) Gypsy (5:11)
(3) Little Lies (4:11)
(4) Gold Dust Woman (10:57)
(5) I'm So Afraid (9:24)
(6) Go Your Own Way (5:17)
(7) Encore break (3:12)
(8) World Turning (2:57) =>
(9) Drum solo (4:15) =>
(10) World Turning (reprise) (1:47)
(11) Band introductions (3:40)
(12) Don't Stop (4:57)
(13) Silver Springs (5:54)
(14) Encore break (1:57)
(15) Songbird (4:19)
(16) Stevie Nicks outro (1:32)
(17) Mick Fleetwood outro (1:45)


Md5 signature file is included. Sorry, no artwork (feel free to make some)

Comments:

Second date of Fleetwood Mac's fall 2014, featuring the triumphant return of Christine McVie on keyboards and vocals. I went in with fairly low expectations, thinking that the 71-year-old McVie wouldn't make a big difference in the performance after a nearly 20-year layoff -- particularly considering that they would be working out the kinks early in the tour. I was pleasantly surprised -- Mac delivered a solid 2 1/2-hour show that featured solid musicianship and a lot of high points throughout the show. McVie sounded great, and the songs where she sang lead vocals were welcome returns to the setlist (I assume that her signature songs like "Say You Love Me" have been absent from their setlists for the last couple decades, though I haven't been following their career). For me, her songs were the highlight of the show -- she was in great voice, and except for a slight hiccup at the start of "Say You Love Me," her tracks were delivered perfectly.

The only drawback of the show was that the pacing really dragged during the midsection of the show, with Stevie's 10-minute "Gold Dust Woman" that featured a lot of swaying and scarves and a plodding pace, followed by the equally low-energy "I'm So Afraid." I'm generally not one to complain that a show was too long, but they could easily cut down the first song and drop the second one and have a really solid 135-minute set.

One oddity of the show was that Stevie came out to deliver closing remarks after the final song of the second encore -- mostly to proclaim how glad she was that Christine was back in the band -- and then Mick Fleetwood brought his pre-teen daughters out to give an odd soliliquy about peace and love. Neither were bad, necessarily, but an odd, low-key way to end the show.

In terms of recording quality, I was not in a direct line to the speakers, so this could have been better. However, given that I was in the front row of the club section beside the stage, I got reasonably good sound although it is boomier than I would like. The low end is really solid, and with some EQ in Audio Cleaning Lab I was able to cut out some of the arena reverb and emphasize the vocals. Overall I was pretty pleased with the results.

If you're a Fleetwood Mac fan, this may be worth the download because I have no doubt that the setlist and pacing will change as the tour evolves, and some of the songs here will probably be dropped. Overall, very entertaining, and an evening (and $300) well spent.

A CD-friendly 16-bit version will be posted separately.

Feel free to do what you like with this recording (cross-post it anywhere you wish, but don't sell it).
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Old 10-12-2014, 06:12 AM
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http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-d....php?id=507144

Fleetwood Mac
United Center
Chicago, Illinois
October 2, 2014

Source: Church Audio CA-11 cards => UGLY pre-amp => Tascam DR-2D (24/44.1)
Transfer: DR-2D => WAV => Magix Audio Cleaning Lab => WAV => FLAC (level 8)

Location: Club level, front row, directly side stage, left side

Contrast clause: A CD-friendly 16-bit version of this source is available here:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-d....php?id=507184

Setlist:

Disc one (75:30):
(1) Band entrance (0:55)
(2) The Chain (5:32)
(3) You Make Loving Fun (4:19)
(4) Dreams (4:35)
(5) Secondhand News (3:38)
(6) Rhiannon (5:32)
(7) Christine McVie banter (0:45)
(8) Everywhere (3:54)
(9) Lindsey Buckingham banter (1:59)
(10) I Know I'm Not Wrong (4:35)
(11) Tusk (4:42)
(12) Sisters of the Moon (4:59)
(13) Say You Love Me (false start) (0:35)
(14) Say You Love Me (4:48)
(15) Seven Wonders (4:41)
(16) Lindsey Buckingham banter (1:10)
(17) Big Love (4:15)
(18) Stevie Nicks banter (0:45)
(19) Landslide (4:34)
(20) Never Going Back Again (5:20)
(21) Christine McVie banter (0:35)
(22) Over My Head (3:12)

Disc two (73:13):
(1) Stevie Nicks banter (1:51)
(2) Gypsy (5:11)
(3) Little Lies (4:11)
(4) Gold Dust Woman (10:57)
(5) I'm So Afraid (9:24)
(6) Go Your Own Way (5:17)
(7) Encore break (3:12)
(8) World Turning (2:57) =>
(9) Drum solo (4:15) =>
(10) World Turning (reprise) (1:47)
(11) Band introductions (3:40)
(12) Don't Stop (4:57)
(13) Silver Springs (5:54)
(14) Encore break (1:57)
(15) Songbird (4:19)
(16) Stevie Nicks outro (1:32)
(17) Mick Fleetwood outro (1:45)


Md5 signature file is included. Sorry, no artwork (feel free to make some)

Comments:

Second date of Fleetwood Mac's fall 2014, featuring the triumphant return of Christine McVie on keyboards and vocals. I went in with fairly low expectations, thinking that the 71-year-old McVie wouldn't make a big difference in the performance after a nearly 20-year layoff -- particularly considering that they would be working out the kinks early in the tour. I was pleasantly surprised -- Mac delivered a solid 2 1/2-hour show that featured solid musicianship and a lot of high points throughout the show. McVie sounded great, and the songs where she sang lead vocals were welcome returns to the setlist (I assume that her signature songs like "Say You Love Me" have been absent from their setlists for the last couple decades, though I haven't been following their career). For me, her songs were the highlight of the show -- she was in great voice, and except for a slight hiccup at the start of "Say You Love Me," her tracks were delivered perfectly.

The only drawback of the show was that the pacing really dragged during the midsection of the show, with Stevie's 10-minute "Gold Dust Woman" that featured a lot of swaying and scarves and a plodding pace, followed by the equally low-energy "I'm So Afraid." I'm generally not one to complain that a show was too long, but they could easily cut down the first song and drop the second one and have a really solid 135-minute set.

One oddity of the show was that Stevie came out to deliver closing remarks after the final song of the second encore -- mostly to proclaim how glad she was that Christine was back in the band -- and then Mick Fleetwood brought his pre-teen daughters out to give an odd soliliquy about peace and love. Neither were bad, necessarily, but an odd, low-key way to end the show.

In terms of recording quality, I was not in a direct line to the speakers, so this could have been better. However, given that I was in the front row of the club section beside the stage, I got reasonably good sound although it is boomier than I would like. The low end is really solid, and with some EQ in Audio Cleaning Lab I was able to cut out some of the arena reverb and emphasize the vocals. Overall I was pretty pleased with the results.

If you're a Fleetwood Mac fan, this may be worth the download because I have no doubt that the setlist and pacing will change as the tour evolves, and some of the songs here will probably be dropped. Overall, very entertaining, and an evening (and $300) well spent.

A CD-friendly 16-bit version will be posted separately.

Feel free to do what you like with this recording (cross-post it anywhere you wish, but don't sell it).
Could someone post mp3s of this show? saintbernard?
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Could someone post mp3s of this show? saintbernard?
Here you go!

http://www.adrive.com/public/EHdmFz/...Source%232.rar
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Default Fleetwood Mac - Garden - Boston, MA 2014-10-10 AT943 Hobbes

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-d....php?id=507416

Fleetwood Mac
Garden - Boston, MA
2014-10-10 (Friday, October 10, 2014)

AT943 cardiod (3-wire) > Church Audio ST-9100 > Sony PCM-10
Loge 13 Row 7, in line with 12th row of the floor
AUdacity, cdwave, TLH

Standard set from early in the Mac's reunion tour with Christine. Lindsey outstanding as always. But the rhythm section needs to shake off the rust a little. Excellent recording (IMHO) with minimal audience interference. A couple of spots of static removed and/or repaired (thanks P and C) from level adjustments and bumps of the patch cable coming out the preamp.


01 Lights down intro (shortened)
02 The Chain
03 You Make Loving Fun
04 Dreams
05 Second Hand News
06 Rhiannon
07 Christine thanks band
08 Everywhere
09 Lindsey's chat about the evolution of the band
10 I Know I'm Not Wrong
11 Tusk
12 Sisters of the Moon
13 Say You Love Me
14 Seven Wonders
15 Lindsey introduces. . .
16 Big Love
17 Landslide
18 Never Going Back Again
19 Over My Head
20 Stevie talks about the Velvet Underground
21 Gypsy
22 Little Lies
23 Gold Dust Woman (clocks in at a staggering 11:09)
24 I'm So Afraid
25 Go Your Own Way

Encore 1
26 World Turning
27 Mick introduces the band
28 Don't Stop
29 Silver Springs

Encore 2
30 Songbird
31 Stevie's ramblings
32 Mick's musings call out for his mom's 98th birthday

expanded intro file: Full lights down intro, runs about 3 mintues, for the completeists. . .


SPlit suggestions:
1-19 for filling an 80 min, or 1-18 if you don't want to start a disc with Stevie's ramblings
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Default FLEETWOOD MAC 2014-10-06 ~ Madison Square Garden ~ New York, NY (Mr. Railing)

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-d....php?id=506845

I was excited about my seat as it was the first time I've taped from that area at MSG. The sound was loud and crisp. Also, almost no up close crowd, clapping or talking, but sometimes during slower parts you can hear background chatter. Mics picked most of that up from the people in the lower bowl and noisy private suites below me. Enjoy!



Fleetwood Mac
10-6-2014
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY


Recorded by: Mr. Railing
Source: AT943cards>SP-SPSB-10>MM-AT-1>H2n(24/48)
Transfer: wavelab>r8b>cdwav>TLH(8)>flac
Location: First row upper level in line with left speaker stack. Mics split 2 feet placed over plexiglass barrier onto signage below



01 intro
02 The Chain
03 You Make Loving Fun
04 Dreams
05 Second Hand News
06 Rhiannon
07 talking
08 Everywhere
09 talking
10 I Know I'm Not Wrong
11 Tusk
12 Sisters of the Moon
13 Say You Love Me
14 Seven Wonders
15 talking
16 Big Love
17 talking
18 Landslide
19 Never Going Back Again
20 talking
21 Over My Head
22 talking
23 Gypsy
24 Little Lies
25 Gold Dust Woman
26 I'm So Afraid
27 Go Your Own Way
28 - encore break -
29 World Turning
30 band intros
31 Don't Stop
32 Silver Springs
33 - encore break 2 -
34 Songbird
35 applause...
36 ...Stevie final thanks
37 Mick final thanks


** A Mr. Railing recording **


Notes: I turned off the recorder and removed the mics after track 35. Then Stevie got back to the mic to speak. I started recording again holding the mics in my palm. I missed maybe 20-30 seconds between track 35 and 36.
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