So the actual date is not really known for this studio recording but it is believed to be in May of 1974 when the actual small audience studio recording was made. All thanks goes to Jerry for this copy of the show he got and worked on and I am uploading now!
? > Maxell XLII-S cassette > Nak BX300 > Sony RCD-W1 > Roxio Creator Classic (PCM 44.100 kHz/16 Bit stereo) > Wave Corrector (8db Hiss Reduction, -1 db Normalization, Channel Balance & Track Splitting) > dBpowerAMP Music Converter > FLAC 5 > me > TLH > WAV (to test for lossiness) > CD Wave Editor (to split single track 3 into two tracks/two songs were in one track) > Audacity (to view waveform, embed metadata/track titles & info, and then to re-encode) > FLAC 8 > TLH (to check for SBE's and create and verify new ffp & md5 files) > you
Date: May, 1973
Location: Sausalito, California
Venue: Record Plant
Source: SB/Studio/FM BX
Size: 262 MB
01. Mystery Mountain
03. It's All Too Much
04. In My Lonely Feeling/Conversations
06. To Play Some Music
07. Of A Lifetime
08. In The Morning Day
Neal Schon - guitar/vocals
Gregg Rolie - keyboards/vocals
Aynsley Dunbar - drums
George Tickner - guitar/rhythm guitar
Ross Valory - bass guitar
(1) 1974-05-XX Sausalito, CA (SB/Studio FM BX)
I've had a few copies of this recording over the years. The first is my silver CD Gypsy Eye label copy titled Original Cut that I got from Japan around 1998. I may do a little comparing later and see if it sounds any better.
It's been a long time since I've listened to the Original Cut copy and I'd need to rip it with EAC to my hard drive and run some TLH tests on it since I have come across a few Gypsy Eye label releases in the last couple of years that were lossy. In fact, they took a lossy Journey show (all that has surfaced so far of the 1978 Texxas Jam soundboard) I'd worked on and uploaded here. I shared it on one other site besides my own and within a week or two it was released and being sold by Gypsy Eye and being shared on lossless sites too! And it was my copy I had remastered without any doubt. Gypsy Eye knew it was a lossy copy when they downloaded it and put it to silver disc, but they did what they did anyhow. So my respect for them has deminished somewhat. But I'll check the copy I got in 1998 titled "Original Cut" because I know it has a more comlete introduction than this copy I am uploading now. No big deal, but it's worth looking into later and comparing copies.
I hope you enjoy the show...
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