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  1. Bootleg Requests
    Anyone have this recording? Much is appreciated!
  2. Bootleg Requests
    hello does anybody have a copy of this bootleg and like to share? thanks!
  3. Lossless Audio Bootlegs
    Hey guys, this is a bootleg recording of the beautiful first gig of MAGMA in the land of Chile, southest country of Southamerica (with Argentina, of course). Lineage: TASCAM DR-40 > WAV > GoldWave v5.70. > FLAC > you The band: Christian Vander - Batterie, chant James Mac Gaw - Guitar Benoît...
  4. Lossless Audio Bootlegs
    MAGMA PLAYS JAZZ !!! The band did only 4 concerts with this repertoire (it's what I call the "Mystic Jazz" cycle - from the name of the first festival in La Villette for which they have assembled this set-list), and Stella also announced that "[this repertoire] will not last forever "...
  5. Lossless Audio Bootlegs
    MAGMA Le Splendid, Lille, France 29 january 2005 Christian Vander : drums, vocals Stella Vander : vocals, percussions Isabelle Feuillebois : vocals, percussions Antoine Paganotti : vocals Himiko Paganotti : vocals, percussions Emmanuel Borghi : keyboards Frédéric d'Oelsnitz : keyboards Philippe...
  6. Lossless Audio Bootlegs
    Magma Montigny les Metz, France, 24 february 1981. This recording blows away the previous version floating around for some years. This one is from another taper who shared his own master tape recently. So this is audience, but with a very good sound. I would rate it 4/5. Every Magma fan should...
  7. Lossless Audio Bootlegs
    The very good and famous recording of Orleans, 15th June 1977, freshly upgraded. This is most probably a soundboard recording, but I would rate the sound only 7,5/10 (not excellent). Nevertheless, it's a must have for every Magma fan because it contains many unreleased track, and most notably...
  8. Lossy Audio Bootlegs
    Magma 1969 Nau Ektilah Demo This is the earliest known unofficial recording of Magma, a demo version of "Nau Ektilah" from the self-titled first album. I got it labelled as 1970, but for all I know it could actually have been recorded in 1969; very hard to say at this juncture. The lineup...
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