I soldered in a new bridge pickup (Dimarzio Tone Zone 7) and it sounds good. However, I noticed there's not an audible difference between the middle and bridge position of the blade selector.
Posting a pic here of the before and after so that maybe someone can verify I didn't make a wrong...
Bash & Pop
New York, NY
March 31, 1993
The Stonecutter Collection vol 127
Source: Sony ECM-909A mic > Sony TCD-D8 > 1st generation cassette (Maxell-XL-IIS)
Transfer: Sony TC-WE 475 > gold tipped cables > JVC XL-R2010 CD-RW (44.1)
Editing: Soundforge (tracking) > Wav > TLH [SB's...
Bash & Pop
January 14, 2017
Fast & Hard
Not This Time
Rip This Joint
On The Rocks
Never Wanted To Know
Jesus Loves You
Come To Hide
Zero To Stupid
Not A Moment Too Soon
Anything Can Happen
It's A Drag
Bogart's, Cincinnati, Ohio;
September 14, 1987
Aiwa CM-30A Stereo Microphone
Sony WM-D3 Walkman Professional Stereo Cassette-Corder
Maxell MX90 Metal Cassette Tapes
No Noise Reduction
Sound Forge 9.0 Capture to Wave, Volume Boost and Fades
CD Wave 1.98 Track Splitting on Sector...
13 seminal bands of the past covered by 14 groups of the present. That was the scene at the Bowery Ballroom, in celebration of the 10th anniversary of Michael Azerrad’s must-read book, "Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes from the American Indie Underground 1981-1991", hosted by comedians Eugene...
Hey, I'm looking for a couple of Mats shows... 2 to be exact:
The Replacements :: Live @ Grant Park, Chicago, July 4, 1991 (LOSSLESS)
The Replacements :: Shit, Shower & Shave (1989) (LOSSLESS)
It would be greatly appreciated ff someone could share these!
June 24, 1983, 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, MN
02. Stuck In The Middle
03. Takin A Ride
04. Favorite Thing
05. Take Me Down To The Hospital...
There used to be a website dedicated to Replacements bootlegs called colormeimpressedlive.blogspot.com , & it was recently shut down. Does anyone know if there is a mirror site for this? There were many great shows by this great band that were available.
Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
The Minneapolis Sound
Aired on PBS in the late 80s.
Examines the Minneapolis music scene, combining clips from several music videos and interviews with fans, critics, and major recording artists from the Twin Cities.
Prince, The Time, Morris Day, Jerome Benton, Jimmy Jam, Terry...