another one that’s been floating in my playlist for a while (n.b. this is 2 posts in 2 days – go back a day if you missed it!). this was (re)seeded on dime by senormogul9 just over a year ago. their comments (below) need nothing added about the show, and are a good insight into first months on dime (and its ilk): seeing a feast to which you have limited or, perhaps for a while, no access. been there, done that. good choice, senormogul9, hope my d/l helped.
greetings soundfolk! it’s freddie hubbard day at the house and i’ll conclude the day with freddie in front of the classic miles sidemen of his 60’s quintet. essentially, we have the vsop band here, minus wayne shorter, making it verrrry “vsop-ish”. it’s a good fm capture overall straight off the queen mary.
i remember getting this very well, i got it from awesome dimer glasnostrd19 back in july 2013. i had just joined dime a few months earlier and when i joineed, i knew nothing about things like “share ratios”. so, when i got on, i downloaded a ton of absolutely weird, esoteric shit, and suddenly, i couldn’t download anymore! i couldn’t figure it out, unbeknownst to me, i had neglected to read the fine print! 🙂 so, i had to wait for enough people to be enticed to download my “weird, esoteric shit” to get me to the 0.25 line where i could begin again.
that took several months, and finally i got to download this. so, enjoy this! thanks ian!
i’ll give you a sample, enjoy!
hubbard – hancock – carter – williams
queen mary jazz festival
long beach, california, u.s.a.
1: radio intro :18
2: talk 2:39
3: byrdlike 9:12
4: dolphin dance 10:49
5: cantaloupe island 12:59
6: you don’t know what love is (ballad) 10:17
7: oleo 9:24
8: radio outro :34
runtime: 56:13 (minutes/seconds)
lineage: 1st gen. fm broadcast
npr fm radio (probably wgbh 89.7 fm boston) > sansui 8 reciever with wire antenna >
unknown average quality cassette recorder (dolby off) > maxell xli 90 min. master cassette >
maxell xli 90 min. 1st gen. copy > played on nak. bx-300 into soundforge (wav) >
flac (sb’s aligned) > torrentially yours.
national public radio is free to the public.
keep it that way.