Remastered 2009 by Mick the Merciless, CASS (1ST GENERATION, TDK CHROME SA90) VIA KENWOOD KXF-W1030 DECK > SOUNDBLASTER LIVE! CT4760 SOUNDCARD > COOL EDIT PRO 2.0 @ 48000 32 BIT > 44100 16 BIT, (NO NOISE SHAPING) > FLAC, The master cassette of this gig is missing, believed lost. I got my copy from the taper in 1992, did a couple of copies for friends and acquaintances, and, 6 months later found the "Leicester '66" bootleg CD on a London market stall! Several generations of cassette tape copying had obviously compromised the, quality somewhat, so here's the best sounding version any of us are likely to hear. I have used no noise reduction or EQ, but have rendered the recording, into mono since the left and right channels of the much-played master were full of dropouts. This is as good as it gets, .enjoy! Mick x, NOTES, The original recording was made on a mono Philips cassette recorder. The taper was seated in the front row of the audience, and the microphone was hand-held, (as is evident at times!), I have edited out a small portion after the first song, since the taper had inadvertently recorded silence over a small portion of the original recording, (let's be thankful it wasn't during a song, eh?). This is the only edit I have made., The speed fluctuations at the end of "Desolation Row" were on the original recording, and are due to a fault on the tape recorder as it neared the end of the, first side of the original C-60 cassette (not, as the bootleg disc sleevenotes suggest, battery problems). Similarly, the "quiet" section of "Baby Blue", is just a long drop-out in both channels (NOT the microphone being covered up!) The tape ran out during "Tom Thumb's Blues"; however, the taper and his, friend chose to leave the concert during the next song. Apparently it was "painfully loud"; Dig that distortion!!!!