Friday, February 20

Repercussion - The Album REVISITED

The dB’s  
Live & Other Versions
soundboard & FM sources   

sound quality: VG+ to Ex-
 
I used the album's rare first-issue cover art, 
based on Peter's drawings and original design idea
(also used the original running order, restored in later editions)
SAMPLE: "Living a Lie" (live NYC, 1982)
 
REALLY RARE: album label for the Aussie release

01 Living a Lie
02 We Were Happy There
03 Happenstance (demo)
04 From a Window to a Screen
     (acoustic)
05 Amplifier
06 Ask for Jill
07 I Feel Good (Today)
08 Storm Warning
09 Ups and Downs
10 In Spain
11 Nothing Is Wrong
12 Neverland
13 pH Factor
                        
14 (mystery track)
   
ROB SEZ: A SPECIAL POST TO CELEBRATE PASSING THE 200,000 HITS MARK. I had a ton of fun with this, totally geeking out as a deeBs fan boy. Like the other "Classic Albums Revisited" projects, I used only the best-quality sources (soundboard and FM in this case) and chose inspired performances from all the shows in my collection. This is my all-time favorite album, the one that inspired this blog...      
 
Live versions, unless otherwise noted

SOURCES
01, 05, 12 = NYC 1982-04-XX (sbd - venue, day unknown)
02, 06, 08, 13 = The Ritz, NYC 1982-02-XX (FM - master tape source)
03 Chris Stamey demo, c. 1981
04 Holsapple-Stamey studio recording, 2009
07 Reunion Show, Grady Cole Center, Charlotte, NC 1988-05-15 (sbd)
09–11 = Cat's Cradle, Chapel Hill, NC 1981-10-24 (sbd)
14 = mystery track; info contained in the file tags 
  
both versions include full artwork
    
MP3@320    
WAV lossless files    

The dB’s: (the men who made the magic)
Will Rigby – drums, percussion, backing vocals
Gene Holder – bass
Peter Holsapple – vocals, guitar
Chris Stamey – vocals, guitar


Read Rob Ross' recent re-appraisal 
of Repercussion in Pop Dose
  

4 comments:

  1. A MODEST (but pretty essential) BONUS:

    Chris and Peter’s track­by­track notes for the I.R.S. release of Repercussion on CD in 1989.I know this edition of Repercussion is really hard to find, so I’m thinking a lot of dB’s fans may never have seen these.They’re a ton of fun for the obsessive/trainspotter types (like me), with tasty info about the recording and song­writing process.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/yh9ygh648oz69kd/dBs%20­%20Repercussion%20liners%20CROPPED.jpg?dl=0

    ENJOY!

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  2. Thanks Rob. Mind reposting the 'notes' again? Link doesn't seem to be working now....

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  3. Sure thing. Not sure what happened first time around, but this link seems to work now:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/yh9ygh648oz69kd/dBs%20-%20Repercussion%20liners%20CROPPED.jpg?dl=0

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