[bittorrent] Lowell George - 1979-06-15 - Park West, Chicago, IL, rm v.3, 149973.sbeok.flac (Ringo.goody)

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Torrent Name:   Lowell George - 1979-06-15 - Park West, Chicago, IL, rm v.3,149973.sbeok.flac (Ringo.goody)
Uploaded by:    Albix
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Description / text file:
Lowell George
Park West
Chicago, IL, USA

SHN ID 149973

Goody Speed-Pitch-adjusted Remaster, v.3

source: AUD
taper: unknown
lineage: unknown

Goody's additional lineage:
Switch (WAV) > Audition (Pitch Bender, various amounts; Phase adjustment; Tracking, fades) > Capstan > TLH (FLAC Level 8; .ffp) > foobar2000 v1.2.6 (tags)

The players are allegedly as follows:
Lowell George - guitar, vocals
Lee Thornburg - trumpet
Jerry Jumonville - saxes
Peter Wasner -  piano
Armando Compean - bass
Don Heffington - drums
Fred Tackett - guitar
Eddie Zip - background vocals, organ
Maxine Dixon - background vocals

01. The Peeper (instrumental) 6:43
02. Fat Man In The Bathtub 4:28
03. Honest Man 4:08
04. What Do You Want The Girl To Do? 5:08
05. I Can't Stand The Rain 3:03
06. Easy Money 4:10
07. Rocket In My Pocket 3:35
08. A Apolitical Blues 6:55
09. Dixie Chicken 8:13
10. Two Trains 5:32
11. Harlem Nocturne (instrumental) 4:39
12. Willin' 3:40
13. Spanish Moon 3:58

Runtime: 64:10

original tech notes:
This stuff was simply remastered.
The original source was given by a nice guy in trade several years ago. There are some recordings from Lowell's solo tour, and I found it had better sound among them.
But I tried to make it clearer before uploading it to EzTorrent on 2005-12-10 for believers of the Rock'n'Roll Doctor. Comrade, I do hope my plot wasn't a waste of time.
The volume of each track was tuned as follows; 62Hz(+0.17dB)/125Hz(+0dB)/250Hz(+0dB)/500Hz(+0.11dB)/1kHz(+1.5dB)/2kHz(+0.63dB)/4kHz(+0.97dB)/8kHz(-3.4dB)/16kHz(+0.5dB) and both of the left and right channels were balanced.

Thanks to all involved in providing the source for this remaster, v.3.
Text updated for this edition - 7/2/13; 5/28/20

Art package courtesy of ethiessen1

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