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    Quote Originally Posted by ninlive View Post
    I had to get this posted today. Some people here collect more concert recordings than NIN, so you may be familiar with JEMS. It's a group of tapers from across the country and they have taped pretty much everything since the late 70's. A group of collectors are going through their archives and digitizing the collection. One of them reached out to me and told me that they had a NIN/Bowie recording from the 10/28/1995 show. Although there is a DAT master from that show already, it's amazing to see old recordings be dusted off and played for the first time in 20+ years. I was able to add it to the archive and it is now available for download on the archive.
    Legend. RIP Jared.

    https://vimeo.com/190021070/14a4b5b7ca

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    Quote Originally Posted by FULLMETAL View Post
    When I was a kid. I lived like 3 blocks from him in East Detroit. Small world.

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    Thats awesome. I feel the same about the tapes I have made, that im not doing anything wrong, I just want to enjoy the concert again later.

    And the Jedi mind trick, "these are not the droids youre looking for," cant say I havent used that before...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninlive View Post
    - Added D. Merz's audience recording to the 02/07/1995 Sioux Falls show. I had a mislabeled recording from this date and this is the fixed and true recording from this show.
    Also, the venue is called "Sioux Falls Arena", I know this because the building is 5 miles from my home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninlive View Post
    I had to get this posted today. Some people here collect more concert recordings than NIN, so you may be familiar with JEMS. It's a group of tapers from across the country and they have taped pretty much everything since the late 70's. A group of collectors are going through their archives and digitizing the collection. One of them reached out to me and told me that they had a NIN/Bowie recording from the 10/28/1995 show. Although there is a DAT master from that show already, it's amazing to see old recordings be dusted off and played for the first time in 20+ years. I was able to add it to the archive and it is now available for download on the archive.

    KeithM also taped them on 3 other occasions. Lollapalooza San Diego, Irvine and San Diego State 1994. I suspect that the SDSU 1994 may be the tape that circulates now... But maybe not.

    Anyways, you can download it now. This may be the last update for the next few weeks for me, as I am getting ready for another round of exams. So if I don't respond right away, don't think I forgot about you.
    Thanks, Ryan. Thank you & good luck on your exams!

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    I was looking through Wolfgang's/Music Vault and noticed this recording of 10/21/1995. It is Bowie's set, but contains Subterraneans through Hurt.

    "Here we present the Bill Graham Archive master recordings of David Bowie's performance from that legendary night. The recording actually begins toward the tail end of the Nine Inch Nails set, with the hauntingly atmospheric guitars and rumbling drums of "Subterraneans.""

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    I was looking through Wolfgang's/Music Vault and noticed this recording of 10/21/1995. It is Bowie's set, but contains Subterraneans through Hurt.

    "Here we present the Bill Graham Archive master recordings of David Bowie's performance from that legendary night. The recording actually begins toward the tail end of the Nine Inch Nails set, with the hauntingly atmospheric guitars and rumbling drums of "Subterraneans.""
    It's wrong. It's the same Riverport Amphitheater soundboard recording that has circulated a million times as, I swear to god, every single show on that tour.

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