|Venue||USA, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York|
Original folder name: md1975-03-22 The Playhouse, Hofstra University, Hempstead NY [AUD]
1 - several digital clicks removed.
2 - weird man shouting at 13:26 made less of a thing.
3 - one click removed.
4 - nothing.
5 - nothing.
6 - nothing.
7 - click at 1:41 removed.
Tagged, redid md5.
R - Jan 2014
this was posted on Jan. 17, 2009 by jkeisers at torrent #232308.
that torrent was no longer on the tracker as of this posting.
I have balanced the levels, which were uneven by about 2 db louder
on the right side, monoized a short section in track one
(left channel dropout) and adjusted some level changes in source
recording in the 1st couple of minutes of track 1.
Miles Davis (tp, kb)
Sonny Fortune (ss, as, fl)
Reggie Lucas (g)
Pete Cosey (g, kb, pc)
Mike Henderson ( b)
Al Foster (d)
James "M'tume" Foreman (pc)
Hempstead, New York, U.S.A.
March 22, 1975
1. Tatu [Funk (Prelude, part 1)] (15:41)
2. Maiysha (18:11)
3. Right off (12:43)
4. Ife (11:09)
5. Calypso Frelimo (19:25)
6. Wili [For Dave, Mr. Foster] (13:20)
7. Moja/Nne [Turnaroundphrase ] (02:41)
Tracks 1, 2, 4 and 6 are complete.
Track 3 has a splice in the middle.
Track 5 has a splice in the beginning and a splice in the middle.
Track 7 has a fade in the end.
AUD > ?? > Trade > EAC (4x, secure) > FLAC (level 6, with sector align)
Sound quality: B, quite listenable
According to several sources this was the last gig with Sonny Fortune.
This gig is mentioned by Miles in his autobiography (Davis/Troupe, p 330).
According to Peter Losin this material is from two different concerts.
In his discography, Enrico Merlin mentions that this recording is from
the second concert on Saturday, March 22, 1975.
Miles, Live 1971-1975.txt
Miles, Live 1971-1975
subterranean_rob firstname.lastname@example.org Mar 15 0240AM -0700
In case anyone is interested, I have done some work in the last couple of
years on making a bunch of Miles' 1971-1975 live shows sound better than
the tapes I could get hold of. This is mostly focused on audience tapes as
they are in greater need of improvement (I suppose improvement is
subjective, but see what you think)
Some of you might have higher gen sources already, but in case there is any
interest, feel free to download from dropbox. I'd love to get hold of good
quality material from this era so if any of you have better material for
these dates give me a shout!
Hopefully, some of you will enjoy this, but feel free to ignore if not.
I'll leave them up in dropbox for a week or so.