Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Herbie Hancock Quartet with Jaco Pastorius - Live at University of Illinois, Champaign, IL, USA, February 20, 1977 [UPGRADE][FLAC]




~~ speed corrected Version ~~

For collectors and real fans only!

In Herbie and especially Jaco trading circles, this has been around for years. However, a search of the dimebot shows no history of this being uploaded here. Hard to believe/ I may be wrong. Either way, it has not be around here for a while. UNLIKE the Chicago FM Broadcast but LIKE the Kalamazoo recording- this is for fanatics/collectors only & worth a spin once in a great while-IMO. The Chicago FM is the real treasure. I saw it sold as official a few years back but it still looked bootleggy to me. Can anybody confirm? I digress. I would not give it a better rating and those who demand EX auds & sbds only, You may want to think twice. There is still quite a bit of hiss. A loving remaster would be a beautiful thing. BTW- this thing came to me edited out of order so I retracked it into the proper sequence. Chameleon cuts & Spider starts in progress.
~mr_mags


AUDIENCE RECORDING


Lineage: AUD>?>CDr from Trade>EAC>WAV>Track w/ CD Wave>FLAC
> wav > Soundforge 5: speed correction > flac lvl7 w/SBA (530 MB)


Sound quality: B (hissy)


Original provided by mr_mags

Speed correction by flambay


Musicians:

Herbie Hancock: Keys
Jaco Pastorious: Bass
Bennie Maupin: Saxes, lyricon
James Levi: Drums



Setlist:


Disc 1

01 Hang Up Your Hangups [+90cts] 15:51
02 Gentle Thoughts [+90cts] 12:12
03 It Remains to be Seen [+10cts] 12:53


Disc 2

04 JP Solo>Portrait of Tracy>Third Stone [+90cts] 7:58
05 Maiden Voyage [+90cts] 9:49
06 Chameleon (fade out) [+100cts] 13:22
07 Encore:Spider>Kuru [+75cts] 16:04

Total time : 88.12 min



Format: FLAC


Enjoy !!!

3 comments:

Dr. Fusion said...

Download links:

Part 01
Part 02
Part 03
Part 04
Part 05
Part 06

Treg said...

This is so great. Jaco stretches out a little more here than he did on the Chicago gig a few nights before (at least on the tracks that got recorded).

What's a good tool for removing the hiss?

Thanks again!

Dr. Fusion said...

You're welcome Treg!

I've heard that Audacity is a great tool to remove hiss.

Get it here:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/audacity/

Please let me know when you succeed. I never used it myself but it would be great to hear if this programs works!

Cheers