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Deacon Blue Hammersmith 1989 + Glastonbury 1990

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Deacon Blue Hammersmith 1989 + Glastonbury 1990

Postby eddie » Fri Dec 21, 2018 3:23 pm

And for my last trick... I'm going to stop Brexit, if only, you'll have to make do with a couple of deacon blue fm gigs.

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Re: Deacon Blue Hammersmith 1989 + Glastonbury 1990

Postby Rissan » Tue Dec 25, 2018 4:59 am

Thanks a lot eddie. Enjoy Xmas.
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Re: Deacon Blue Hammersmith 1989 + Glastonbury 1990

Postby blaaah » Wed Dec 26, 2018 4:52 am

I assume these are both the R1 recorded shows, brilliant, i used to have both on tape. Thanks again.
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Re: Deacon Blue Hammersmith 1989 + Glastonbury 1990

Postby eddie » Fri Jan 08, 2021 2:43 am

I see they've started releasing their live archives - unfortunately so does my bank balance. Just listening to Barrowlands 1989, great stuff. Loved the tinseltown in the rain bit and a couple of Springsteen covers.
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Re: Deacon Blue Hammersmith 1989 + Glastonbury 1990

Postby Rissan » Mon Jan 11, 2021 4:16 am

Where did you find them. Was at their official store, but couldn't find anything except the new album ‘Riding On The Tide Of Love’ out on 5th February 2021.
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Re: Deacon Blue Hammersmith 1989 + Glastonbury 1990

Postby eddie » Mon Jan 11, 2021 4:28 am

https://deaconblue.com/live-archive/

When you click read more then the 'cart' options appear. I loved the barrowlands gig but i was less keen on the murcia one. Going to try to listen to Newcastle tomorrow.
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Re: Deacon Blue Hammersmith 1989 + Glastonbury 1990

Postby moni » Mon Jan 11, 2021 5:35 am

Are these soundboard or audience recordings also there is no mention mention of which format these are. If they are lossless i would be interested but i'm certainly not paying £10 for a bunch of mp3s.
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Re: Deacon Blue Hammersmith 1989 + Glastonbury 1990

Postby humanracer » Mon Jan 11, 2021 7:46 am

Be warned - the DB official downloads are bitrate 128kbps
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Re: Deacon Blue Hammersmith 1989 + Glastonbury 1990

Postby Rissan » Mon Jan 11, 2021 11:22 am

I found out after buying and downloading the 1989 Barrowland gig. They don't mentioned it on the site. So it was quite a surprise to pay 10 Pound for 128Kbps files, while on Bandcamp you pay the same price for WAV or FLAC files and those are not only from unknown bands.
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Re: Deacon Blue Hammersmith 1989 + Glastonbury 1990

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