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Old 07-13-2008, 01:33 AM   #166
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Prior to 1981, the only bootlegs with really worthwhile quality are 5 October 1979, Cork, 26 February 1980, Dublin, and 14 October 1980, Hilversum.
*makes notes*

I have a bunch of FLAC files dated 2 March 1980... someone told me what they were once, but I can't remember, and I haven't been bothered finding out how to convert them into something I can listen to yet. No titles on the tracks, either...

Oh wait, there's a text file in there too with the setlist. Was played in a place called Tullamore in the midlands of Ireland, apparently.
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you can find some if you're in a bigger city. we have a greengrocer, as you call them, in this town (small chain), and there's some bakeries. i can't think of any butchers off the top of my head though.
All you need is the candlestick maker.
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The closest thing we have to a butcher's is at Pike Place Market at the fresh fish stalls. Big tourist attraction there - when someone orders something, they throw the raw fish around to each other.

Yee ha.
All well and good, but....I don't want my fish beaten up first, thanks.
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*makes notes*

I have a bunch of FLAC files dated 2 March 1980... someone told me what they were once, but I can't remember, and I haven't been bothered finding out how to convert them into something I can listen to yet. No titles on the tracks, either...

Oh wait, there's a text file in there too with the setlist. Was played in a place called Tullamore in the midlands of Ireland, apparently.
Yep, sound quality is rather dodgy on that one too. The 26 February 1980 gig in Dublin has almost the same set and much better sound.
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The chorus of AMAAW > The rest of the song. This song's kinda love/hate with me. I'm liking it right now
The bass is awesome.
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Seriously. I wonder if I can sue.

I really think it went like this though Opening note > Terrible headache > Stomache pain.

Open and shut case
I bet a shonky lawyer would be happy to take your case. Got a local Lionel Hutz?
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All you need is the candlestick maker.
coincidentally, i have been to a candlemaking store, although it was when i lived in florida. not here.
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Speaking of which, Khan what was that link you posted earlier, I forgot to click it and now I don't know where it went
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The more I think about it, I don't wanna be the next Lola Cashman



But my stomach's still sad
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you can find some if you're in a bigger city. we have a greengrocer, as you call them, in this town (small chain), and there's some bakeries. i can't think of any butchers off the top of my head though.
In order of expecting to find things, I'd expect to find about 5 bakeries for every butcher, then 2 butchers for every greengrocer.

In fact, now that I think about my trip to the supermarket, that off-the-top-of-my-head ratio is just about precisely what I pass on my five minute trip!
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The closest thing we have to a butcher's is at Pike Place Market at the fresh fish stalls. Big tourist attraction there - when someone orders something, they throw the raw fish around to each other.

Yee ha.
Oh ye gods. We had to watch a video about that market, because the place I was working at the time was adopting the "Fish Philosophy".



Where's that photo I have of a travelling English butcher...
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Speaking of which, Khan what was that link you posted earlier, I forgot to click it and now I don't know where it went
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Speaking of which, Khan what was that link you posted earlier, I forgot to click it and now I don't know where it went
i don't remember posting a link.
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