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Thursday, January 12, 2006

BOB MARLEY LIVE Part 2 - 10-31-73 The Record Plant, Sausalito, USA KSAN Broadcast


Fuck fuck fuck.
The requests box has disappeared(you might have noticed). It would appear that the lovely people offering this free service have abandoned all hope and just evaporated.
The bastards.

So, if you placed a comment or a request in that box over there with the 'page not found' in it, consider it a waste of your time.
If you are kind enough to consider leaving a comment in future, please do so via the comments link at the foot of the posts.
thanks.
A new requests provider will be found as soon as I can be arsed to find one that doesn't sneak ads or friggin' popups onto the page.

Bob Marley & The Wailers - 10-31-73 Sausalito, USA KSAN Broadcast
This show seems to be currently going under two different names/dates. I will provide you with both. One is of noticably better quality than the other but I like to have both as they are obviously different recordings.
The other named set goes by 12-02-73 The Record Plant, Sausalito, CA but it is easy to find out online that there was no second date at that studio in that year!
For those on limited bandwidth...
...get a proper job!
No, seriously, you will only want to download the first one offered below, that has all the tracks in great quality too. The other version has three tracks mysteriously missing!
Anyway..Here is a great resource for some facts about this particular show and Bob Marley in general...
check it here


Tracklist?
Ok then, just for you..

1. Rastaman Chant
2. Bend Down Low
3. Slave Driver
4. Can't Blame The Youth
5. Stop hat Train
6. Burnin' and Lootin'
7. Kinky Reggae
8. Get Up Stand Up
9. Lively Up Yourself
10. Walk The Proud Land


I love this show but then I am pretty biased. You will be too soon.

LINKS:
The TRUE dated version, 10-31-73
Single Rar Archive] Click or Click
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Single Rar Archive Alternative] Click or Click
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Single Rar Archive Alternative2] Click or Click
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Single Rar Archive Alternative3] Click or Click

Freshly updated (march 2007) in response to a reader request...so it pays to ask!
And no I haven't uploaded the second show as well...it isn't real anyway. Maybe another time though.
Check the new post here

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10 Comments:

Blogger Rhomea said...

i have the 10-31 recording of this already and it is a great show. good quality too. Do you have the Marley boot sometimes called ’Smokin Pot’ 7/10/76? its 2discs.

1/12/2006 02:15:00 am  
Blogger hitmewithit said...

Hmm, don't think so but keep an open mind. Nothing is impossible so far it seems
:)
(It might take a while bt I will look ok...unless you are offering it to me?!)
Cheers.

1/12/2006 02:18:00 pm  
Anonymous head honcho said...

hi!

I've got a demo tape recorded at the black ark (1977)
It has got different versions from 'who cold the game' and 'I know a place'.

let me know if your interested.

have a nice day!

1/12/2006 06:13:00 pm  
Blogger DaddyRich said...

Awesome blog and music downloads, I really appreciate all of the cool people (you included) who run these things. Someday I need to get off my arse and do one myself. UNtil then, I will be checking yours for the good stuff. Many thanks.
Rich

1/12/2006 08:17:00 pm  
Blogger DaddyRich said...

Ok, now I am not normally this dense about downloading and uploading, having done it many thousands of times before. But I have d/l all 3 parts of the Wailers show and cannot open the last 2. I even read an older portion of your blog with the Miami sessions (drool, I was too late to get that one) and saw someone else had a similar problem and was told to put all 3 in the same folder and this hasn't worked either. Anyone know of another way? Thanks in advance for your patience and always thanks for the kind music.
Rich

1/13/2006 03:03:00 am  
Blogger hitmewithit said...

Hey HeadHoncho...I am ALWAYS interested. If you see this, email me at hitmewithit@gmail.....

Daddyrich: Hmm I get confused in the brain when people have this problem. hehe. Not your fault, just computers.
right do you have a MAC or a PC?
That will be a start. If you have a MAC then it is a common problem and all I can suggest is that you use a range of the different available un-rar'ing programs.
I will get a list and post it here for you if needed.
Let me know if you sorted it out or not!

Hang on hang on!
I just read your post again!
You say you cannot open the last two?
You should not open any of them as a seperate entitiy. The rar files are a single, one whole file that is split into three for convenience. Think of it as like a locked box with three keys.
stay with me on this...(!)
Each rar file, parts 1, 2, and 3 are the keys.
You must have ALL three keys to open and get what's inside right?
So. You put all of the rar files (whatever amount of them there may be), in this case three, into one directory or folder.
Now you open up the lowest numbered part. In this case that is Part1.
You are asked for the password. Enter it.
Now you will see ALL of the contents inside as a whole.
The split rar files have magically joined and you are now free to extract them all. Depending what program you use, choose Extract all files or decompress to folder or whatever the option is.
Good luck

1/13/2006 11:57:00 am  
Blogger DaddyRich said...

Oh, you are a brilliant helper - Thanks! I have a Mac and usually have no problems with .rar files , Stuffit usually takes care of them quite easilly. Thanks again I will use that method today. As ever, thanks for the music and and the good words.
Rich

1/13/2006 05:52:00 pm  
Blogger Dave said...

I use unrarx on the mac (to be found with versiontracker.com). Click ant part of the archive... It will try to open it, and will fail, because of the PW... Then you can click 'password', and it will automatically find all associated parts of the archive. Unrarx unpacks all .rar archives that stuffit can't.

1/13/2006 09:21:00 pm  
Blogger Dave said...

BTW! Coolness @ bob marley post!
looking forward to pt1! ;-)

1/13/2006 09:24:00 pm  
Blogger hitmewithit said...

Dave: Glad you liking the Marley but just want to clear up a bit of confusion as a few have emailed me about...where is PART 1.
When I write Part 1, 2 and [III] I am just referring to thecontinuing Bob Marley Live posts.
Each day, as I upload another concert by him, I will call it Bob Marley Live part 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 and so on.
Be assured that any posted so far have all the parts in the links!

1/14/2006 03:06:00 pm  

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