2006-11-25 - J Spaceman, Acoustic Mainlines Matrix, Queens Hall, Edinburgh

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2006-11-25 - J Spaceman, Acoustic Mainlines Matrix, Queens Hall, Edinburgh

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Download MP3s (151mb zipfile) from here -

LINK 1 - https://we.tl/t-IwAGKqTrZB

LINK 2 - https://www.sendspace.com/file/qsj34v

LINK 3 - https://www.mediafire.com/file/kt37i0wt ... 3.zip/file

LINK 4 - https://www.mediafire.com/file/lau7gtoj ... P3.7z/file

(A low bit rate 2 minute sample here if you want a quick listen https://www.sendspace.com/file/0sqtaz )

FLACS can be downloaded from Dime http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-deta ... ?id=715795

Huge thanks to Veiko for being kind enough to share his amazing recording with me x

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Re: 2006-11-25 - J Spaceman, Acoustic Mainlines Matrix, Queens Hall, Edinburgh

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Great work as always. Thanks very much!
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Re: 2006-11-25 - J Spaceman, Acoustic Mainlines Matrix, Queens Hall, Edinburgh

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I look forward to listening to this! Well done on making this happen Tufty. Cheers!
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Re: 2006-11-25 - J Spaceman, Acoustic Mainlines Matrix, Queens Hall, Edinburgh

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Tufty… thank you again and Veiko for this: it needs to be out there as an official bootleg:

Just that bit between ‘Anything More/Ladies and gentlemen’ - unbelievable :D
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Re: 2006-11-25 - J Spaceman, Acoustic Mainlines Matrix, Queens Hall, Edinburgh

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Feels good to be useful.
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Re: 2006-11-25 - J Spaceman, Acoustic Mainlines Matrix, Queens Hall, Edinburgh

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Ian wrote: Fri Oct 01, 2021 7:39 pm Great work as always. Thanks very much!
Thanks Ian
BzaInSpace wrote: Sun Oct 03, 2021 10:31 pm
Just that bit between ‘Anything More/Ladies and gentlemen’ - unbelievable :D
I still get goosebumps listening to it. It was a Spiritualized show like no other. Magical and mental.
veiko wrote: Mon Oct 04, 2021 11:22 am Feels good to be useful.
It's a fantastic recording Veiko and better than mine. Mixing them together though (in my view) brings more depth and clarity to the overall sound.

Recording a listenable show from the stalls that night deserves a medal!
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Re: 2006-11-25 - J Spaceman, Acoustic Mainlines Matrix, Queens Hall, Edinburgh

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thanks so much for this! I was at the show, it was indeed amazing.
I love a good matrix recording.
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Re: 2006-11-25 - J Spaceman, Acoustic Mainlines Matrix, Queens Hall, Edinburgh

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Looks like a great show. I'm getting an error with link 1 and can't open the zip from link 2. Any ideas?!!! Thanks.
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Re: 2006-11-25 - J Spaceman, Acoustic Mainlines Matrix, Queens Hall, Edinburgh

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Try link 4 mate
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Having listened to Ian and Mark’s Spacemen Pod the other night (cheers fellas) with the focus on ‘Walking With Jesus’, this take on this recording is pure spine-tingling goodness.

I love how at a minute in after the first appearance of the backing singers a woman clearly goes “WOW”

Wow indeed. This version became the “line dancing”😩 version Mark spoke about. Was that the Brudenell? They’d been slowing it down for a while. I prefer to call it a “country shuffle” 🤣
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BzaInSpace wrote: Sat Oct 09, 2021 9:44 pm Wow indeed. This version became the “line dancing”😩 version Mark spoke about. Was that the Brudenell? They’d been slowing it down for a while. I prefer to call it a “country shuffle” 🤣
I think the tour where I saw them play it in line dancing style - sorry but that was what I thought of at the time so I'll stick to it! - was in 2008. Saw them at Leeds University Refectory on October 10th. I remember BVCP206 and myself in fits of delight after they played it like that. Just brilliant.
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Tufty wrote: Fri Oct 08, 2021 11:23 pm Try link 4 mate
Worked a treat. Cheers 👍
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Re: 2006-11-25 - J Spaceman, Acoustic Mainlines Matrix, Queens Hall, Edinburgh

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I love on Ladies and Gents you can not only hear the backup singers, but also the audience singing along. It must have been a pure trip to be in attendance.
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This was an odd show. There were a few shows before this and i recall them being pin-drop quiet as the audience just soaked it all up, and then i went to this show and it was rowdy, noisy and loud. i think i had a bit of a moan about it after the show, as i was expecting total reverence from the audience to let the music speak for itself.

Listening back, i can totally appreciate it now. They joy and respect towards Jason at this show is unbelieveable. A different way of showing respect, a need to be vocal about the music, with an energy that just lifts the whole event to another level. Even the welcome they received as they come on stage lifts the roof off. Its no wonder Jason said this was one of his favourite shows of the tour 8)

I love this recording. It was a great show that night, and i now get to do it all over again!
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