Thursday, 23 June 2011

New Order - Granada - 23 Apr 1981 - flac


Another Duncan classic...

Great stuff from early New Order.

Part 1

01 Truth 
02 Procession
03 Ceremony
04 Doubts Even Here (Tiny Tim)
05 Truth
06 ICB
07 Death Rattle
08 Digital (Part)
09 Death Rattle
10 The Little Dead


Part 2
01 Dreams Never End
02 The Him
03 Procession
04 Senses
05 The Little Dead
06 Ceremony


Link: follows
(450mb)

5 comments:

  1. New Order - Manchester Granada TV Studios - 23 Apr 81

    Recording session for TV

    Part 1 is a little bitty because I was editing on the fly as there were large pauses between tracks I think it is longer because there are a couple of sound-check songs at the start. In retrospect I'd rather the between tracks stuff was still there.
    Part 2 is a lot more like a gig with no long pauses and few if any edits.

    There was some over dubbing done for the broadcast at a later date so these recordings might not sound like the versions on the broadcast
    01 Truth
    02 Procession
    03 Ceremony
    04 Doubts Even Here (Tiny Tim)
    05 Truth
    06 ICB
    07 Death Rattle
    08 Digital (Part)
    09 Death Rattle
    10 The Little Dead

    Part 2
    01 Dreams Never End
    02 The Him
    03 Procession
    04 Senses
    05 The Little Dead
    06 Ceremony

    Sony Portable (forgotten name) > TDK AD 90 (x2)> TeacV-615> SoundBlaster> CoolEdit Pro> EQ & Normalise (in Adobe Audition)> FLAC

    Recorded by Duncan

    Do not sell or covert to MP3 for distribution
    Enjoy

    Duncan
    There's a little bonus in there as well just to get you all excited.

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  2. hello - how does this differ from http://joydivision-neworder.blogspot.com/2011/03/new-order-manchester-23-apr-1981-flac.html - is the sound quality better or worse, or is it something else? thank you.

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  4. Any chance in upping the broadcast lossless?

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    1. Very wild and wonderful to hear them play "Digital." There's an energy to the performance that hides the lack of vocals very nicely.

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