This was opening night, just a couple days before a five-night stand at the LA Sports Arena. Ticket demand was higher for The Forum than the Sports Arena, as it was a more desired and prestigious venue. Much of the ticket demand was driven by the music industry, making the Forum a tougher ticket than the Sports Arena despite having larger capacity.
As riser seats go, these were excellent: Section 26, Row FF on the inside aisle. Row BB is two inches above the floor, so ours in FF were four rows above the floor and approximately rows back from the stage. Definitely a PA tape. The recording is joined in progress. This was and security had grown pretty tight.
We had to find Graham in the parking lot or across the street from The Forum where he was unloading unsold tickets. Finding Graham often proved rather difficult. In addition, Graham also had our tickets. Loge riser seats were the most prized by brokers, as their high-end clientele wanted to sit above the fray on the floor.
Due to increased security at The Forum, I left my camera bag at home. We had to stay under the radar. The Who were their typical tight-knit selves.
High energy. All four band members were in fine form and they played most of their big hits. All in all a great night. This week we recognize the contributions of Professor Goody for his help with pitch adjustment and to mjk for post-production and artwork. Finally, cheers to the late, great Mike the MICrophone.
His work never ceases to impress. May he rest in peace. Behind Blue Eyes Track Dreaming From The Waist Track Drowned Track Who Are You Track Pinball Wizard Track My Generation 44 mins. Sparks Track See Me Feel Me Track Young Man Blues Track Dancing In The Street Track The Real Me 48 mins. Click here to order Who releases.
Posted in audiencelive 16 Comments ». As previewed last week, Volume 93 is a notable entry in the Lost and Found series. Is it his last recording? Worse still, about halfway through the show, Mike has an equipment issue which results in the full loss of one channel and a massive level drop in the other.
The result made the recording almost unlistenable, but through software mastering we were able to amplify and restore the low channel, which leaves a large chunk of the show in mono but listenable for the first time. This is not the shambolic New Barbarians, but a relatively well-rehearsed and, by Keef standards, polished show. It is certainly lacking a bit of edge and urgency, but should appeal to fans just the same.
As our archive of Mike the Mike recordings stops inthe next volumes in our series will return to recordings from throughout his taping career, including what we hope are a few especially tasty entries as we build up to our milestone th release in a few weeks. Special thanks this week to Ed F for saving and sharing his DAT tapes and to mjk for his on-going leadership of the Lost and Found series. How I Wish Track Wicked As It Seems Track Gimme Shelter Track Locked Away Track Words Of Wonder 59 mins.
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Posted in audiencelive 13 Comments ». Thanks to RatedX for sharing the show at Dime. I just removed the dead air before track 1 and at the end of track 8. This version is the original or one of the and as I received it in the late s. Perfect Way Track Star People Track Hannibal Track Human Nature Track Time After Time Track Wrinkle Track Announcements 70 mins. Click here to order Miles Davis releases. This remains a primary responsibility of the authors.
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Internal Recyclable Lithium-Ion Batteries. Mac: 9 Mac: Touch-sensitive wheel. FireWire port had a cover. Hold switch revised. Windows compatibility through Musicmatch. First complete redesign with all-touch interface, dock connector, 4-pin remote connector and slimmer case.
Musicmatch support dropped with later release of iTunes 4. Premium spin-off of 4th generation iPod with color screen, plus picture viewing.
Later reintegrated into main iPod line. Second full redesign with a slimmer case, and larger screen with video playback. Remote connector near the headphone jack was omitted as was syncing through FireWire. Offered in black or white.
Introduced the "Classic" suffix. New interface and anodized aluminum front plate. Silver replaces white. In September the hardware and firmware was updated with a GB model replacing the 80 GB model and the GB model was discontinued. Discontinued on September 9, Brighter color variants with longer battery life.
Click Wheel lettering matched body color. Gold color discontinued. Later replaced by iPod Nano. Replaced Mini. Available in black or white and used flash memory.
Color screen for picture viewing. Reverted to tall form factor and all-aluminum enclosure with nine color choices, added accelerometer for "shake to shuffle" functionality and horizontal viewing. First iPod to include a video camera; also included a larger screen, FM radio, speaker, pedometer, and a polished exterior case while retaining similar colors to the 4th generation model. First iPod Nano to include multi-touch screen; clip from iPod Shuffle added. Video playback, speakers and camera removed.
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Featuring a soft rock and pop rock sound,   Rumours is built around a mix of acoustic and electric instrumentation. The record often includes stressed drum sounds and distinctive percussion such as congas and maracas.
It opens with "Second Hand News", originally an acoustic demo titled "Strummer". After hearing Bee Gees ' " Jive Talkin' ", Buckingham and co-producer Dashut built up the song with four audio tracks of electric guitar and the use of chair percussion to evoke Celtic rock. The third track on Rumours"Never Going Back Again", began as "Brushes", a simple acoustic guitar tune played by Buckingham, with snare rolls by Fleetwood using brushes ; the band added vocals and further instrumental audio tracks to make it more layered.
In the latter instrument, nails are placed on the points where the hammers hit the strings, producing a more percussive sound. The album's pace slows down with "Songbird", conceived solely by Christine McVie using a nine-foot Steinway piano. Side two of Rumours begins with "The Chain", one of the record's most complicated compositions. A Christine McVie demo, "Keep Me There",  and a Nicks song were re-cut in the studio and were heavily edited to form parts of the track.
The ninth track Good - Various - FM Must Die! Volume 1 (CD) Rumours"I Don't Want to Know", makes use of a twelve string guitar and harmonising vocals. The album ends with "Gold Dust Woman", a song inspired by free jazzwhich has music from a harpsichorda Fender Stratocaster guitar, and a dobroan acoustic guitar whose sound is produced by one or more metal cones.
Rumours has been acclaimed by music critics since its release. Robert Christgaureviewing in The Village Voicedescribed it as "more consistent and more eccentric" than its predecessor. He added that it "jumps right out of the speakers at you". Petersburg Times claimed the songs are "as grandly glossy as anything right now".
In a retrospective review, AllMusic editor Stephen Thomas Erlewine gave Rumours five stars and noted that, regardless of the voyeuristic element, the record was "an unparalleled blockbuster" because of the music's quality; he concluded, "Each tune, each phrase regains its raw, immediate emotional power—which is why Rumours touched a nerve upon its release, and has since transcended its era to be one of the greatest, most compelling pop albums of all time.
Here is a radio-friendly record about anger, recrimination, and loss. Rumours was a huge commercial success and became Fleetwood Mac's second US number-one record, following the eponymous release.
By13 million copies of Rumours had been sold worldwide. Mick Fleetwood has called Rumours "the most important album we ever made", because its success allowed the group to continue recording for years to come.
The record contained each song of the original Rumours covered by a different act influenced by it. Adapted from the album's credits and AllMusic.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the album by Fleetwood Mac. For the album by Arrogance, see Rumors album. For other uses, see Rumor disambiguation. Fleetwood Mac. The lyrics of "Don't Stop" are about having an optimistic outlook on life. Inspired by the triple stepthe song contains music from both normal and prepared pianos.
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Retrieved 22 September Archived from the original on 9 May Retrieved 14 April Sound on Sound. Retrieved 30 December Warner Bros. Los Angeles Times. Billboard Books. We had NTSC and adopted it across this huge country with a lot of broadcast stations. It took a lot of years and a lot of development work on ATSC to not simply replace NTSC but to ensure that it had the capability to have much higher resolution and the flexibility for a broadcaster to choose whatever balance of quality vs number of subchannels and other technical aspects they wanted to use.
PAL made one key change; the phase of the color information is reversed for each line, allowing the system to provide colors that were not affected as much by interference with reception such as multipath. SECAM is completely different. In early receivers it was done with an analog delay line. Later receivers digitized the color information and stored it in RAM.
The green information is derived by using math based on the red and blue values. SECAM provides very accurate colors, but at the expense of effectively having the color data run at half the frame rate of the grayscale part of the image. Keep in mind that FM had to have ads to survive.
This is why public broadcasters are so fun. No ads. Too bad sometimes the hosts are infuriating. They became a Public Radio station inand never looked back. In fact for a long while they did not have advertising whilst on their original frequency.
Then the idiotic demands of the owners did do that. Then they moved. And never looked back. The music they play, which is Classical, is the music of a bygone age.
Oh and one of the announcers has a collection of LPs and every Sunday at Noon is an analog moment. Yes but there were a few decades it survived with a whole lot less ads than most stations typically transmit today, proving such is possible. Ever since the ad to content ratio has been increasing like a boiling frog. Largely the fault of those same big companies. They bid up the prices of the stations in major cities to heights that require running lots of ads to pay off the debt of buying the station.
Small market radio stations never make much money, then or now, unless they dominate their market. The need for all that advertising can also limit the kinds of formats that will work. Good - Various - FM Must Die! Volume 1 (CD) example, iHeartMedia tried an electronic dance music format on one of its newly acquired radio stations here in Boston for a year. That was actually their second try, after a JACK FM-style variety format failed; that replaced an alternative station that had a 29 year history of being a huge cultural influence but not making money.
After that they flipped it to country, which was more commercially successful for the company but a net loss to Boston listeners since the new format nearly duplicated another station that was already on the air.
Often they were just 1 or 2 transistor designs. I would place my Timex mechanical watch next to the bugs microphone as a very distinctive audio source.
Often it was 1km or more depending on built up areas. Program transfer between two ZX81s was possible over at least m. The question is more about whether young people are listening.
A quick Google search will tell you that FM radio is still very popular with listeners of all ages, still much more popular than podcasts or internet radio. Even my brand new android phone has an old fashioned FM radio. I think FM radio does not need improved quality, between road noise and crummy car speakers, better radio will not sound any better. This analysis is not entirely accurate. But the receiver side of the story is disingenuous. The DAB receivers use less power because they are newer designs built around highly efficient silicon, Good - Various - FM Must Die!
Volume 1 (CD) because there is anything inherent to the format that makes them use less power. All else being equal, an receiver for analog FM will use less power than one for any digital format because receiving it is less electronically complex, or computationally if you use an SDR architecture. I listen to radio1, but im not young nearly 40 but in my youth, and from what I gather current youth, its still the soundtrack to start your weekend. I guess this may be more of a UK thing, I struggle to think of a time where pete tongs distinctive voice wasnt there, not to mention legends like john peel.
I guess the lack of advertising is a big help but its surprising how relevant they have managed to stay. Well, ok, rarely listen to radio.
You have a unique situation in the UK. Lack of advertising? There is typically more advertising than music on most stations. Blah blah blah buy our crap blah blah blah makes for an awful start of the weekend soundtrack. And the music that does get played? Over and over again. I even used to work at a radio station. But today it just sucks here. A couple large corporations bought out all the good stations in my area back in the s and have totally ruined it trying to suck out every possible penny of advertising dollar.
I do totally get the draw of letting somebody else pick the music. I gave up collecting my own MP3s and making my own playlists about the same time most of my friends were recording their last cassette mix tapes. Personally I use Pandora for this.
I do pay a few bucks per month to eliminate the ads. Once the stations are trained well just set it to shuffle between them for variety. Most younger people I know use other services that are newer. Define contemporary hits. Their announcers are good, but they do not measure up to the people behind WQXR which is what I listen to.
It happens to be the oldest of the classical music stations in the US. With the finicky issues using HD radio I would not rely on it in case of an emergency. Nothing beats a good old analog exciter and a amplifier for pushing out an easy to receive alert in your area. Digital Radio HD being one example is not so much about delivering a better user experience as it is future provision for broadcasters to charge the audience for content.
Eventually they will be able to charge subscriptions.
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