Morrissey Wolverhampton Civic Hall 1988 soundboard vinyl rip

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DavidA

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Post 09-Apr-2013 14:45

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If anyone has the patience, I'd be interested to know how different the audio is from the Hulmerist video.
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Post 09-Apr-2013 15:58 (after 1 hour 13 minutes)

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thanks all for this beaut - now lets pray for the video
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Post 09-Apr-2013 16:23 (after 24 minutes)

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Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
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Post 09-Apr-2013 16:45 (after 22 minutes)

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Thankyou!
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Post 09-Apr-2013 20:55 (after 4 hours)

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Thanks.
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Post 09-Apr-2013 21:27 (after 31 minute)

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I'm just listening to the songs, great to have this in soundboard quality!!!!
Many thanks for your efforts!!!!
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Post 09-Apr-2013 21:46 (after 18 minutes)

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If anyone has the patience, I'd be interested to know how different the audio is from the Hulmerist video.
It's faster. To match Hulmerist, it would need slowing down. I make it 1.42246%. The two are very clearly from closely related sources, but Hulmerist sounds fuller, with more bass. I don't know whether that's mastering, vinyl versus DVD, lossy duplication or the rip.
Oh, and by the way: THANK YOU to John and Mike.
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Post 09-Apr-2013 21:46 (after 49 seconds)

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If anyone fancies a mp3 player-friendly edited version:
http://www.sendspace.com/file/8to29t
Can't believe it takes Craig Gannon almost 1.5 minutes to prepare for Suedehead....
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Post 09-Apr-2013 23:18 (after 1 hour 31 minute)

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Wonderful share, great great quality. The gems keeps coming, wonder whether we'll see the complete video of this concert any time soon..
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Post 10-Apr-2013 00:16 (after 58 minutes)

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Fantastic!
That guitar playing is absolutely shambolic. How do you mess up the intro to the very first song? No wonder Johnny booted Gannon from the Smiths at the end
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Post 10-Apr-2013 00:32 (after 15 minutes)

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screenshot of FA while "STOP ME" was playing through Adobe Audition. can someone confirm if this is truly lossless? just asking.
I burned it to cd this morning and put the first few tracks through Tau analyser before work and all was ok.
As for Soundboard I think it probably is as there's a lot more stereo seperation than you'd expect from an audience recording and the crowd are in the background rather than the foreground.
I do think the drums are higher in the mix and the guitars lower than you'd probably want, if this was to ever get an official release it would want mixing differently.
A million times better than the version that's been doing the rounds for almost 25 years that sounds like it was recorded to tape on a Walkman.
God, I have no doubt that this is a soundboard version. Rough, it's true, but still a soundboard record! Pick, for an example Suedehead and pay attention at the bass lines. Very clear! Not possible if this was from an audience recording. Even more if we are talking from a concert that happened 25 years ago!!!!!!! God, don't you remember how it was back then? Well, maybe a lot of you even were born, but I can guarantee that at that time no audience recordings were like this!
I just can't thank enough to everybody involved on this, but many thanks again!!!! :D
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Post 10-Apr-2013 02:18 (after 1 hour 45 minutes)

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Sounds great. Thanks for sharing!
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Post 10-Apr-2013 05:53 (after 3 hours)

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Many thanks for this - can't wait to listen to it!
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SweetFA ®

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Post 10-Apr-2013 09:32 (after 3 hours)

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It's faster. To match Hulmerist, it would need slowing down. I make it 1.42246%. The two are very clearly from closely related sources, but Hulmerist sounds fuller, with more bass. I don't know whether that's mastering, vinyl versus DVD, lossy duplication or the rip.
Also there's Sweet And Tender Hooligan that was issued as a B-side (Interesting Drug?) do you think that needs correcting the same amount?
I had a go at slowing Stop Me down by 1.42246% and to my ears at least it sounded too slow like that but the speed on the Demos & Instrumentals boot varied between songs so maybe that's the case here too.
I'm happy with it as it is anyway, but if Analog Loyalist fancies a go at a remaster I'd like to hear it :)
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Post 10-Apr-2013 12:55 (after 3 hours)

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:D Amazing! This is history! Thank you so much for sharing this!
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