BBC SESSIONS 1967-68
|Cpt.Acid Remasters 2023
|Tracks 1-6: Saturday Club 7 March 67, bc 18 March; Tracks 7-9: Saturday Club 4 July 67, bc 8 July; Track 10-14: Top Gear 1 Nov.67, bc 5 Nov.; Tracks 15-19: Top Gear 17 Sep.68, bc 3 Nov.; Tracks 20-21: Saturday Club 7 March 67 (TD); Track 22-23: Saturday Club 4 July 67 (TD); Tracks 24,25: Top Gear 17 Sep.68 (TD).
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SOUND 9 / PACKAGING 9
/ PERFORMANCE 10
1. I Ain t
Superstitious, 2. Jeff Beck Interview, 3. Hi Ho Silver Lining, 4. I Know I’m
, 5. Let Me Love
Cold Crazy, 7. Rock My Plimsoul, 8. This Morning, 9. Tallyman, 10. I
Ain’t Superstitious, 11. Beck’s Bolero, 12. You’ll Never Get To Heaven, 13. You
Shook Me, 14. Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever, 15. You Shook Me, 16. Rock My
Plimsoul, 17. Shapes Of Things, 18. Rice Pudding, 19. Sweet Little Angel, 20. Hi
Ho Silver Lining, 21. I Know I’m Losing You, 22. Rock My Plimsoul, 23.
Tallyman, 24. Rock My Plimsoul, 25. Shapes Of Things.
release is one of the first to come out in memory of the late Jeff Beck; it is not
a new one, though, but a remaster of a remaster; in fact the original version was
called London Sessions but lacked the two October 9, 1967 tracks; then about 16
years ago, another torrent came out with the original files and a remaster was
done in 2015, however this version had volume boosted. This version though did
not use the files from such version with tracks rearranged as they are and a
bonus track (This Morning).
sessions here come from March 1967 through September 1968; from Track 20
onwards they come from Transcription Discs. Following the extensive notes from
the first remaster we can therefore explain all these actions one by one:
Upgraded: After having finally downloaded a previous offer from a torrent site,
those tracks were compared as far as quality was concerned with that of the
ones found in the compiler’s collection and found that most were superior with
one single exception: I Ain t Superstitious from the band’s first Saturday Club
session, March 7, 1967 hence, this was replaced. b) Expanded: For some strange
reason, This Morning from the 2nd July 4, 1967 Saturday Club session
seemingly never appeared in any listings; perhaps it just wasn't re-broadcasted
that often. Since there was a pretty good sounding version this was inserted
where it belonged according to Chis Hjort s highly reliable and recommendable
book Jeff's Book. c)
aforementioned track This Morning did appear on the London Sessions bootleg CD but
in much lesser quality (the whole boot sounds heavily equalized, and ran faster
throughout, anyway), wrongly listed as Walking By the Railings and as stemming
from the Dave Symonds Show of September 9, 1967!
from that Symonds show have made it into wider circulation as of yet! Plus,
Chris Hjort’s book lists Walking by the Railings as a (presumed) instrumental 2:12
min. number, whereas This Morning runs just over 5 minutes!
host comments on certain songs were part of tracks they didn't belong to, i.e.
the track markings were set wrongly, so they have been edited out and placed
them within the respective track they actually belonged to. A total of about 35
seconds of silence or hiss from several tracks have been edited out and thereby
it has been possible to trim down the total run time to less than 80 minutes. In
order to fit in a single Disc with all sessions tracks. As for Boosted: all
tracks on the torrent had a considerable low recording level - in some cases
more, in others less. Hence, it was decided to boost them all for a better
audio image. Anyway, what was used was just an automatic limiter which avoids
any kind of clipping,
this is a great job, most of the songs have been enhanced as sound output that
create the perfect ambiance for a jump back into the 60s where most of the most
influential rock music had its beginning.
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