1982-02-10 BBC Paris Studio, London, England, UK/Source 2
An excellent FM broadcast recording. This is the best sounding and most complete version of the original analog broadcast available. The radio host, Gary Crowley, talks over the harmony at the very end of What's Your Name?, otherwise the music is completely uninterrupted and is a complete recording.
You can listen to this entire recording below.
- [0:36] Play Introduction
- [4:38] Play Shout
- [2:13] Play I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead
- [3:34] Play Puppets
- [4:04] Play New Life
- [4:10] Play See You
- [3:20] Play Now, This Is Fun
- [2:39] Play Boys Say Go!
- [3:13] Play The Meaning Of Love
- [3:19] Play What's Your Name?
- Total time: 31:45
- Complete FM broadcast recording
- BBC Radio One FM stereo broadcast -> Pioneer tape deck (unknown model) -> Akai tape deck (playback; unknown model) -> Audacity -> Adobe Audition (speed correction and light mastering) -> FLAC level 8
- Taper: guesswho
- Generation: master
- Original info file included
- Download ZIP - FLAC 16-bit 44.1KHz - 230.57MB