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  posted on 5/31/2006 at 10:26 AM
Dear all.

I have to apologize who already got this show by my offer and by re-offer.
By my mistake, I burned all the files by DAO, but all the files contains gaps at the end of files, so the discs seems burned just like TAO.
I would like to send correct discs to all who got this show, so please PM me with your mailing info.
Currently my CD-R is out of stock and I will buy new one coming weekend. So my sending will be next week.

I'm so sorry again,
Masahiko

 
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  posted on 5/31/2006 at 11:10 AM
Masahiko,

You worked very hard on the remaster and I am glad to have my copy already from the vine thread. I'm extremely happy to have it in my collection because of your work. Even if I only had one note, it is one note more than I had before. Duane's playing a note at a time is a worthwhile study. I have many more notes and thousands of lifetimes of studying to do now.
Thank you for all you do brother.

 

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  posted on 5/31/2006 at 11:29 AM
Masahiko,

Just finished listening and altho there are short gaps, it's still a wonderful listen. It's remarkable that in 2006 you were able to resurrect this 35-year-old recording into an thoroughly enjoyable document of Duane and his always fiery playing.

Thank you for making this available to the faithful!

 

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  posted on 5/31/2006 at 07:42 PM
No apology needed. And thanks for the effort you've put into this remaster.

 

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  posted on 5/31/2006 at 07:56 PM
Masahiko, thank you for alerting us & no apologies needed. You have done a fine job.

If I truly need a DAO that badly, I will edit the disc myself, happily.

Thank you, my friend.

 

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  posted on 6/3/2006 at 01:52 AM
I'd like to tell you the recent states about this work.
I've sent a PM to many folks here, and got replies from them. (not from all but almost)
Some folks told me that no need to send and one person told me to help me burnng and sending.
I'm greatly appreciated. I felt I have many great friends here and would like to say "Thank you" again.
Silent part at end of each files are already removed today and will start burning tomorrow.

I'm sorry again of my stupid mistake and please wait for some while to receive a corrected disc.

Thanks,
Masahiko

 

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  posted on 6/3/2006 at 10:30 AM
Masahiko, like I said earlier, I didn't notice the small gaps between the tracks, and I didn't listen to the last song, which seem to be the one that people had a problem playing. Stuff happens. I recalled my Lynyrd Skynyrd Manchester, England 1977 vine because I was not happy with it at the time. I worked on the speed again and David Helm tightened it up and ran a pop and noise reduction plan on it. We got it sounding about as good as it can sound. And then I got the new vine going. Quality work will take some time. And to do this work you have to care about the music. And from what I have heard of your speed work on this show Masahiko you obviously care about getting a quality product to people. Thanks again for all that you are doing. You have done a FINE job with this audio. It sounds fantastic considering you had a horrendous audio that was wildly off speed. Take care.

 

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