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leche27

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Post 25-Dec-2006 19:09

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F'ing fantastic Steve.....kudos to you work my friend@
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maye

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Post 26-Dec-2006 08:48 (after 13 hours)

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i can't download this gig. :cry:
Can someone explain me what "scrabe disabled" mean? :roll:
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maye

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Post 26-Dec-2006 08:49 (after 31 second)

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hum... sorry that's "scrape disable"
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Post 26-Dec-2006 16:51 (after 8 hours)

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I just got a chance to watch this after an in-law filled weekend. It's amazing, thanks again!!
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Post 26-Dec-2006 17:59 (after 1 hour 8 minutes)

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Excellent video! Thank you very much for all you've done, Steve.
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DavidA

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Post 27-Dec-2006 00:37 (after 6 hours)

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Finally 100% downloaded. Quality is way better than I expected. The crowd really bring 'There is a Light' alive. Likewise, Ask, which I'll often fast-forward is full of fun and energy.
Great to see the video. Sometimes I forget that Craig Gannon was there.
More of my priceless synopsis later in this thread.


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matti

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Post 27-Dec-2006 01:10 (after 32 minutes)

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34 complete
13 seeders
If you ┬┤finish downloading please leave your window open!
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PatjeVitesse

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Post 27-Dec-2006 08:51 (after 7 hours)

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This DVD is Amazing, Great Sound, Great Quality.
Thanks so much!!!!
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DavidA

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Post 27-Dec-2006 16:07 (after 7 hours)

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So, in 'Never Had No One Ever', it seems Johnny does a bass part as well as lead. Look at 43:15 and he's messing with the machine heads while the music has the 'bent' bass part (forgive my lack of music terminology).
How does he do that while going back to lead a moment later? With a pedal?
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adventureboy

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Post 27-Dec-2006 21:24 (after 5 hours)

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I've downloaded the torrent with no probs, it plays perfectly on my PC. I tried twice to transfer it to DVD using Nero and it won't work. When I add the movie files into the project, that's ok, I mean just the VOB files. But all the other files don't appear to be supported, BUP files for instance. Can anybody help?
With thanks
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DavidA

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Post 28-Dec-2006 01:31 (after 4 hours)

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BUP is a backup file. Don't think you need it. Haven't burned it yet myself.
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raverill

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Post 29-Dec-2006 17:09 (after 1 day 15 hours)

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I got a chance to watch this just there.. fantastic video, thanks so much for the upload! It's a great performance and the video captures the action well. The audio isn't so bad, just a little harsh and too much high-end.. it's actually possible to make it sound quite a bit better by dropping the overall level a couple of decibels then boosting the bass and mids significantly (in VLC player I have +15dbs at 60Hz to 170Hz, +10 dbs at 300Hz to 600Hz, +7dbs at 1KHz to 3KHz, then drop 14KHz and 16KHz down by 3dbs.. makes it sound a lot 'fuller' and less harsh). Great stuff though, thanks again!
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traveller03

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Post 31-Dec-2006 19:34 (after 2 days 2 hours)

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Just looked at this and the video quality is amazing, especially for the time. Thanks again, Steve! And happy new year!
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syncursor

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Post 01-Jan-2007 09:18 (after 13 hours)

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Thank you very much. Looks like a good show. Cheers :-)
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adventureboy

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Post 01-Jan-2007 13:58 (after 4 hours)

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So, in 'Never Had No One Ever', it seems Johnny does a bass part as well as lead. Look at 43:15 and he's messing with the machine heads while the music has the 'bent' bass part (forgive my lack of music terminology).
How does he do that while going back to lead a moment later? With a pedal?
I was always fascinated by the way he did that too - I've had this bootleg on a good quality VHS that I bought around 1990 and it's always been my favourite of all my collection. The reason Johnny manages to switch between playing bass notes and lead is quite simple really - I'm also a guitar player:) When that part in Never Had No One Ever comes round in the song, the chord is actually an E major, which naturally has the low E string open (not fretted by any finger), enabling Johnny to leave the string open and vibrating whilst he increases and decreases the pitch of the note to get that string-bending effect. He would in fact be able to manipulate the tuning heads with his plectrum hand whilst still keeping his fretting left hand in position to resume his lead playing. His playing is awesome!
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