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Sunday, September 14, 2008

[Harvested] PINK FLOYD BBC Archives 1970-1971 ((MP3 320K/bps)) Paris Cinema upgraded version

This, my friends, is THE DEFINITIVE version of this utterly jaw-droppingly perfect album. I feel honoured to be able to say that I think this is one of the best albums I have ever posted on here!
Released by the not so well known - but very well known if you are 'in the know'..hehe - group of fans who go by the name of HRV or Harvested Records which, as they themselves state on their site, is a myth as they never have been or were an actual record company. Just a group of fans who know their shit, which makes GREAT news for us!

I present you today with the highest quality MP3 version I could make from the original FLAC and SHORTEN files. The next post on the site will be of the FLAC files, for those who want a better experience. They are very much larger and also not compatible with most personal mediaplayers so, if you want easy compatibility for your ipod or mp3 player, then todays MP3 links are what you want.

I wrote quite a bit in the NFO files for this so allow me to paste a bit here, just to give some info for you...

One of their releases is given the code HRV CDR007 and it is a double CD set
comprising of a great couple of shows that the Floyd done in 1970 and 1971 at
the Paris theatre, London.
It seems various sources were used to compose the final released album by HRV
and they did a blinding job.
Go forward a few years and we find this:
Released by the same guys is another new one with the code HRV CDR007B Rev A
Now, this is basically a massively upgraded (in terms of sound quality) release
of the second disc in the set above that I just described.
I listen to it and I really have to agree. It sounds beautiful.;

So, even though a lot of folk reading this now will not have even collected or
heard the original HRV set of two discs (HRV CDR007) I feel it is now pointless
to be trading the older, less good set with the second disc in it that just isn't
anywhere near as good as this revised upgraded one.

It is with that in mind that I decided to bring you the original HRV CDR007 first
and with that, the revised Second disc .
So you can sit back and listen to
the BBC Archives 1970-1971 set in the way intended by these guys.

Remember - Files are in Rar archives~ Info Here, Winrar Software Here

Disc One [HRV CDR007] (Only disc one of this set as I said above)
Split Rar Archives] Part 1, Part 2 or Part 1, Part 2.
Split Rars Alternative 1] Part 1, Part 2 or Part 1, Part 2.

Disc Two [HRV CDR007B Rev A] (Yup, the upgraded version of disc two from the above)
Split Rar Archives] Part 1, Part 2 or Part 1, Part 2.
Split Rars Alternative] Part 1, Part 2 or Part 1, Part 2.


*comments are welcome as usual....yawn*


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's the password for the rar archives?

10/31/2008 03:15:00 am  
Blogger hitmewithit said...

Sorry but this is one daft request too many...
When did people become either so lazy or just damn uneducated that to read one page to look for a password is beyond them?
Here is a tip in case you don't know it. In ALL browsers, if you press the CTRL key and the F key it brings up a 'Find in this page..' dialogue.
When you see this, try typing the word password into it.
Then press OK to find it.
This will lead you to the password.
Alternatively just look for it it is all over the page in numerous places....the TOP of every page is a good place to start.
Like I said, might seem I am being harsh but people really need to get a grip and I get asked this so often it's really quite hard to believe!!

11/01/2008 12:01:00 am  
Anonymous Pedro said...

Thanks for disponible this álbum. It is wonderful, Pink Floyd was completely awesome in theese concerts. I'd like say that I love it and apreciate the Blog. Thank You!

8/31/2011 07:38:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like how the password is the first thing you see in big bold letters at the top. Idiots.

So, um, what's the password again?? Heh heh!

11/18/2011 05:10:00 pm  

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