Denver cdrs

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eelnekwah
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Denver cdrs

Post by eelnekwah » Sun Nov 23, 2003 10:29 pm

Just got my copy of the Denver gig from Purespace in the post-cheers Steve.That finale is a blinder and one I hope they finish with on the UK tour '04.
I had to get this thread going again as I've promised to send out the 5 copies and only got the one request (Yours will be with you very soon Dunco Partner)
So if your after a cracking gig the senders of the first 4 e-mails to fishtwister@btopenworld.com will have one on their doormats very soon.Cheers chaps

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Post by Heady » Mon Nov 24, 2003 1:05 pm

My copy arrived today too - again, cheers Steve (Purespace).

I'll drop an email to the five who contacted me, to get address details etc, and I'll get the CDs out this week.

cheers

Steve

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Post by JesusBlood » Mon Dec 01, 2003 2:10 am

I've got the Denver discs (and what a great show opener) thanks to eelnekwah, and will burn copies for first five respondents on the understanding they'll spread the favour. More than five and I'll pass their user names to the latecomers.

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Post by Guest » Mon Dec 01, 2003 6:40 pm

I'm a bit new to this - am I right in thinking that the CDRs are from WAV files not MP3 i.e. good quality?

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Post by purespace » Mon Dec 01, 2003 7:06 pm

Anonymous wrote:I'm a bit new to this - am I right in thinking that the CDRs are from WAV files not MP3 i.e. good quality?
No, these particular cdrs were downloaded in .flac format. MUCH better than mp3.

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