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Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Tomorrow - BBC Sessions 1967-1968 [A Prof. Stoned Comp] *Update 6-10*














 

 

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36 comments:

  1. You're doing overtime with these uploads. Many thanks for the new sounds

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    1. Early Steve Howe. Thanks for this gem.

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  2. A completely unexpected gem. THANK YOU, not only for this, but for everything you do! :) :) :)

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  3. Lovely, thanks to your good self and Hallucalation

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  4. Fantastic, and pretty smooth patch job on My White Bicycle!

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  5. Thank you and great work. Love this band!

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  6. I read on the Hoffman forums that a Tomorrow box set is in the works...anyone know more? Will it have the BBC sets??

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  7. Box set? More like 2 CD. Cherry Red doesn't like to license much from BBC so i doubt it.

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  8. v1.0: 12-09-2021
    v1.1: 13-09-2021 ('Colonel Brown' & 'Real Life Permanent Dream' replaced with much better quality sources)

    It is strongly recommended you download again.

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  9. Downloading v1.1 now! Thanks for your commitment to quality!
    - Joaquin

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  10. Thank you Prof, I think I'll check out more of their stuff!

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  11. Thanks again Prof. I am unfamiliar with this band but looking forward to hearing them.

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  12. How do these compare to the versions on https://www.discogs.com/Tomorrow-Live-Recordings-1967-1968/release/11801522? Can't say I've heard that one myself.

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  13. Thank you very much Prof. You do great work.

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  14. Just listening now...Three Jolly Little Dwarfs is the blueprint for the band XTC!

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  15. Looking forward to hearing this...thanks, Professor. Much appreciated.

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  16. Real Life Permanent Dream is so much better now! Thanks, Professor. Btw you say Tracks 1 & 2 were sourced from that old RPM-CD. Now I have these from transcription disc in slightly better quality. Would be happy to send you these to compare yourself.

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  17. Ahh, Three Jolly Little Dwarfs was incomplete on RPM (as it also is on the transcription disc). But Revolution I still think sounds better on my transcription disc.

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  18. v1.2: 06-10-2021 ('Revolution' & 'Three Jolly Little Dwarfs' replaced with better quality sources, rest of 1st session newly remastered for better overall coherence)

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  19. Awesome, thanks for the update, again :)

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  21. Thank you, unfortunately the link textuploader you use for downloading has been down quite a bit for me here, is there another download site available?

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  22. Many thanks for these sessions! Those BBC transcription discs really do sound great, when they can be found. It seems that most have found their way into the collections of mantlepiece types.

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  23. Thank You very much!

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  24. No BBC tracks on the planned Cherry Red set I'm afraid

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