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 The Cure - 18 April 1981 - Aylesbury - 1st "Picture Tou

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MessageSujet: The Cure - 18 April 1981 - Aylesbury - 1st "Picture Tou   Sam 4 Mar 2006 - 17:40

Citation :
The Cure
Aylesbury,England
Friars Maxwell Hall
18 April 1981

Sound Quality: B+

cdr (obtained in trade, verified lossless via EAC) > EAC (Secure with C2, accurate stream, disable cache) > .Wav > Trader's Little Helper (>.Flac ;level 8,aligned on sector boundaries,test encoded files, Flac fingerprint file created,delete source files) >You

EAC reported no errors with the rip,and each show I will share has an EAC logfile included.

Each show is named as so:
The Cure (Date-YYYY-MM-DD) (City)
So a show then will be:
"The Cure 1979-03-11 London"
Dates are written in this manner for easier archiving.

I have referenced the excellent site www.cure-concerts.de for these concerts. Please check that site out, it is well organized, and there is a lot of interesting information about the Cure in concert over there.

I recently moved, and my concert cdr collection has simply outgrown me. So, I've decided to compress all my concerts to .Flac and archive them on DVDR to save space. I have well over 2,000 cdrs to compress. I hope to share the majority of those shows here. For you Cure fans, I have over 400 shows to go through, I hope to share those that I find to be free from .mp3 sources. (except for whichever ones a taper has asked me to hold for special items,wink)
I'll be working on these shows in the order that I unpack them, and I have several shows to do. Depeche Mode, Kiss, The Cure, and many others, I assure you.
I'll try to weed out lossy shows, but a few may slip by me. Any and all help is appreciated in identifying these shows.If anyone would like my cdr copies of these shows, please contact me:seanw@culthero.de

Line-up:
Robert Smith, Simon Gallup, Laurence Tolhurst

This Aylesbury show is the first show of the "Picture Tour", or so the tour in support of "Faith" was known. According to cure-concerts.de, these 9 songs are that are known about the setlist from this show, I'm glad we at least have them.
There is some audience chatter near the recorder, sometimes it's faint, sometimes it involves a small conversation, like finding someone named "Ross", between tracks 1 + 2. Not too bad overall though.
Before m Robert says something like "This is the first time we've played in 4 months..." (At least that is what I thought he said, who knows with him at times, eh!)
I don't know why, but this version of m stands out as a favorite of mine.
Just before in your house, it sounds like someone yells "A Forest!!".
Robert doesn't seem to interact with the crowd this night, it's pretty much a "Play-Clap-Play" sort of show.
The next recording that is known to exist from this tour would be the Taunton show one week to the day from this one, which I'll seed next. smile

Setlist:

the holy hour (fades in-misses first part of song)
the drowning man
m
accuracy
other voices
in your house
the funeral party
play for today
at night


Seeded on Dimeadozen.org March 2006 by Stranjluv101

http://www.dimeadozen.org/download.php/84969/The%20Cure%201981-04-18%20Aylesbury.torrent
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