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 Post subject: Live shows (bootlegs)
PostPosted: Tue Mar 24, 2009 6:39 pm 
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Hi is their a live show thread on this site anywhere?
If so where?
If not would anyone be interested in it?
Is Richard ok with having non-profit, non-official shows being traded or links to them posted on this site?

I have the following Hawley Bootlegs (of course I have all the official cd's, including the Devils arse show plus 10 singles). The dates are in US format because i list them on dbetree. All of the following shows are lossless and in FLAC format. i was hoping we could share the shows we have and all benefit. e.g. i put a show up, someone else puts a show up i dont have and then i put another up, and so on...

a lot of these shows sound fantastic and i know there are plenty more out there including some from 2002.

here's what i have at the moment.

05/09/03 central station
05/28/06 Quays Theatre
09/13/06 BBC Studios
09/19/06 BBC Studios
11/29/06 Shepherd's Bush Empire
09/20/07 St George's Hall
09/21/07 Bridgewater Hall
10/25/07 Le Nouveau Casino
12/10/07 KEXP Studio
12/10/07 The Crocodile Café SBD
02/08/08 Academy
05/20/08 Royal Albert Hall
08/15/08 Picturedrome


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no worries, go for it, sounds like a top idea. As long as like you say.. its not for profit and between fans and of course no official stuff, its defo ok, go for it.


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I've amassed the following:

BBC 6 13 September 2006 - 3 songs and an interview
Bowery Ballroom 1 December 2007
Buxton 19 February 2008
Capital Gold 7 September 2006 - Words of Love
XFM (no date) 2 songs and an interview
Club Lek Amsterdam 26 February 2003
The Hospital 19 December 2007
Holmfirth Picturedrome 15 August 2008
KEXP 20 March 2006 4 songs and interview
Leadmill Sheffield 11 September 2005
Leadmill Sheffield 17 May 2003
Darmstadt 9 May 2003
KEXP Seattle 10 December 2007
The Crocodile Café SBD Seattle December 2007
Bridgewater Hall September 2007
XFM Radio 2007 - 3 songs
The Lowry Salford 28 May 2006
Paris 25 October 2007
Radio 3 13 September 2006 - 3 songs and interview
BBC6 22 August 2007 - 3 songs and interview
Bradford 20 September 2007
Shepherds Bush Empire 18 May 2006
Shepherds Bush Empire 29 November 2006
V Pro Netherlands 2003/2005
WXPN Broadcast on 30 January 2008 but recorded in December 2007 - 4 songs
XFM Acoustic session 2002 - 3 songs

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Great stuff, thankyou both for getting back to me. so the next qustion is preserve the shows lineage and keep it lossless, or convert to mp3?

As im a trader i never trade mp3 unless no other source is available and it is against my nature to upload something of inferior quality which lossy format quite literally 'are', but im also aware of the difference in file size and the fact that some people may not have particularaly good download speeds. what do you think?


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Mine are all MP3 as they were all passed on to me by others, and probably burnt from MP3 via programs such as iTunes so more loss of quality. Doesn't bother me too much as I don't have that fine tuned hearing that most musicians have

But some of them did start off life as FLAC or WAV files (I may still have the originals on my back up hard drive, if I didn't decide the file sizes were too big to keep).

Some of the radio stuff was recorded direct to SD Card on my DAB radio so were never in high quality.

I think for a lot of us on here MP3 is fine and maybe anyone who wants better quality should contact you by PM.

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Ok that sounds very sensible to me :D

would you be willing to put up some of your 2002 and 2003 shows?

I was going to upload the 2003 show i have (9.5.2003 - 8 tracks) but i see you've got it. As your the first to reply is there anything on my list you would like me to put up?


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Any that are not on my list!!! Royal Albert Hall would be wonderful, I was there.

I'll happily do the shows, but it will have to be at the weekend as I'm currently dealing with some Cousteau/McKahey stuff which is slowing my PC down.

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I am particularly interested only in quality soundboard recordings/fm broadcasts really I have a handful of audience recordings and radio stuff gigs but I forget which as my PC is packed away at the minute


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ok i shall start working on it right now, what a show!!!
Im very jelous that you were there!

The text info's below just to wet your appetite although im sure you remember every second of it!!!

this will be ready to download in the next couple of hours.

Richard Hawley
Live at Royal albert Hall, London UK, 20th may 2008

'Hotel Room'
'Born Under A Bad Sign'
'Lady Solitude'
'Tonight The Streets Are Ours'
'Our Darkness'
'Dark Road'
'Coles Corner'
'Lady's Bridge'
'Happy New Year' (with Jarvis Cocker)
'Lonesome Town'
'Serious'
'Roll River Roll'
'Valentine'
'Danger Is A Woman In Love' (with Tony Christie)
'Just Like The Rain'
'Tonight'
'Oh My Love'
'I'm Lookin' For Someone to find me'
'Richard intros his Mum'
'Rovin' Gambler' (with Momma Hawley)
'Who's Been Talking' (with Uncle Frank)
'I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry'
'Band Intros'
'The Ocean'

Edirol R-09 recorder - Sound Pro CMC-8 binaurals with mini battery box SD Card--Wav--edited with CD wave--Flac Frontend

Mr Hawley described this night as the best of his life. It certainly was a mighty topper for a successful couple of years for him and this had a real homecoming feel to it - despite being far north of home. a perfectly judged setlist IMO, although there was a break after Lonesome Town when Richard's amp went bang so there is a little gap that was put to good use in the bars and toilets of the grand old venue. Great recording, couple of mo's of mic handling and people brushing past betweeen songs but otherwise nice solid sound.


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What a night indeed & such a long set though it seemed to go by in a flash, would certainly love to have a copy of this.
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The sound is excellent for an AUD recording, the taper did a magnificent job.

Part 1

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=BBVEAW2T



for lossless PM me my list is here:

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part 2

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=A5XMVEFQ

enjoy this awesome show :D


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Managed to save those, but can't seem to open them. Don't really know what I'm doing you see :roll: Any advice?

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The files are in a zip folder. If you've not got an 'unzip' program, go find WINRAR, click on extract which takes the songs into a new folder from which you can use them.

http://download.cnet.com/WinRAR/3000-22 ... 07677.html

(It's a trial version but to be honest, after your trial expires all you do is click close on the menu that pops up reminding you the trial is over and you continue using it).

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Oh wow, the Frank White track is marvelous.

Thank you.

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