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Title: Cable Rarities
Post by: BoXofSlicE on September 06, 2006, 03:27:14 PM
Hey I noticed that the guy who runs this web-site is looking for Cable rarities. So here is a list of all the rare audio I have. If you (the gaffer) needs any of this pm me or something.

I?m posting this in the forum because I was wondering if there is anything out there at the moment that I?m missing

Thanks

(Early Demos)

Extra Limbs
Blindman
Choice

(Krunch Vinyl)

Hydra
Sale of the Century
Oubliette
Seventy

(Cloud 9 - Select Magazine Mixtape)

Action Replay Replay (24.2.96 Peel Session)
Steer

(Acoustic)

Seventy

(John Peel Sessions)

25.11.94

Seventy
Give em what they want
Sports cars and devil worship
Deadwood for green
Alice (oubliette)

24.8.95 (Live at Reading)

Sale of the Century
Seventy
Oubliette
Hydra
Untitled New Song (Apparently)

3.6.97

God gave me gravity
Freeze the atlantic
The (we did the sprite ad) blues
Ring of fire

20.5.98

Hexegon eye
Blackmail (brothers + sisters)
Honolulu
A ball is a ball whichever way

(Live Sets)

Freeze the Atlantic
Seventy
Blue Birds are Blue
Hexagon Eye
Souvenir
Oubliette
(Oxford Zodiac 29.10.97)

Colder Climate
Seventy
New Set of Bruises
Apparently
Choice
Oubliette

(Bournemouth Uni 30.2.96)

(Demos)

Vertigo
Hexagon Eye
Arthur Walker
Midget
Yesterday of the Horizon

(7? Tracks)

Vertigo
Apparently

(Live Promo) (was at one time for sale on eil.com, does anyone know the date of this recording?)

Blue Birds are Blue
Ultraviolet
Oubliette
Freeze the Atlantic

(98 Demo)

Rick Wakeman
One for the Ladies Stallion
Midget
Tarzan
Untitled Instrumental

From Here you can see yourself

Oubliette (different to the down lift version)


I have Action Replay Replay form the 24.2.96 Peel Session but I heard that there was 3 more tracks from this session.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: PlacidCasual on September 06, 2006, 03:40:31 PM
Id love to hear those peel sessions, especially the early ones and the live stuff too.  That reading set looks ace!!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Rob on September 06, 2006, 03:45:04 PM
ah, Oubliette live at Reading. now that's something everyone should hear.  :D
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: ChrisH on September 06, 2006, 05:45:17 PM
That's pretty much complete as far as i'm aware. The only things I could add would be the last Derby show at the Vic Inn and Freeze and Pocket Promise instore acoustic but, even then, those were bootlegged onto a minidisc.

The live promos of which you speak are from: 29.8.97
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Jezmyers on September 06, 2006, 06:48:37 PM
i've sent a copy of ALL the peel session tracks to Damon so they should be up on here sometime.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Damon on September 06, 2006, 08:08:38 PM
I have been sent sooooo much stuff and there is even more on the way, for now please be patient it will all be posted. I have all of the unreleased stuff, the complete Peel sessions, the Oxford Zodiac, Bournemouth University and Reading festival shows, demo?s, the When Animals Attack short film and much more.

Thank you for waiting

Damon
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on September 10, 2006, 11:35:37 AM
I have some more early demos, on top of those 3 listed there...

01 Tangle
02 Extra Limbs
03 Underwater
04 Temporary Shelter
05 Afterthought
06 Choice

I don't know if these are correct names, but if they're any use to anyone, let me know.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on September 10, 2006, 11:54:30 AM
oh, and I also have the last recorded demos, but I've always wondered about this... the numbering of the tracks I have are missing a few, look

02 Rick Wakeman.mp3
03 One for the ladies (stallion).mp3
04 Midget.mp3
06 Tarzan.mp3
07 Instrumental untld.mp3

Does that mean there was a track 1 and 5? Maybe more after 7?
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Martin on September 11, 2006, 05:56:09 PM
oh, and I also have the last recorded demos, but I've always wondered about this... the numbering of the tracks I have are missing a few, look

02 Rick Wakeman.mp3
03 One for the ladies (stallion).mp3
04 Midget.mp3
06 Tarzan.mp3
07 Instrumental untld.mp3

Does that mean there was a track 1 and 5? Maybe more after 7?

I think that was me that put those on tinternet a while ago, did you get them off a single page?

The first track was Vertigo, five had the end cut off it, and it was already on the album, was it "Last something on the horizon".... can' remamber the song title....

My friend Nav got them off Darius a few years ago....
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on September 11, 2006, 06:17:12 PM
I didn't download them, I either got sent them on a CD, or had a cassette tape with them numbered like that (I can't remember, was so long ago). Either way I got the from a mate of Pete's in Derby.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: nicof on September 19, 2006, 07:24:57 PM
Does anyone have the Golden Graham's (or was it Weetos?) sampler CD with honolulu on it?
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: ChrisH on September 19, 2006, 09:22:34 PM
Does anyone have the Golden Graham's (or was it Weetos?) sampler CD with honolulu on it?

Woah! That is a hardcore collectors item - respect to anyone with that in their collection!!  ;D
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: BoXofSlicE on September 19, 2006, 09:39:18 PM
Does anyone have the Golden Graham's (or was it Weetos?) sampler CD with honolulu on it?

I heard that Gorilla were once on free cereal CD, didn't know about Cable though...then again i'm not a fan of either cereal so how would I of known? I prefer coco pops..
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: PlacidCasual on September 19, 2006, 10:04:58 PM
Im sad. I have both, the other one has 'A' on it.  I used both  cd's   to balance a shelve for a while. You see them all the time in bargain bins in second hand cd shops. The other tracks on them are crap. Maybe space raiders i need the disko docor being the exception. Anyway they were not bad for a cereal freebie. It was Golden Grahams coz i used to love them and was quite surprised when i saw a cd with cable on it attached to the box.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Damon on September 19, 2006, 11:16:18 PM
I?d never heard about Cable and A being on CD?s that were given away in cereal boxes, I never eat breakfast and kind of wish I had now. Surely Freeze The Atlantic would have been a slightly more appropriate breakfast song ?. that or Murdering Spree!

Damon
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on October 21, 2006, 10:57:15 PM
well look what I've found... more "Last Ever Recordings"!

I found these on a back up of an old hard drive (I never throw anything away)

01 1870.m4a
02 Tribal.m4a
03 Cape Fear.m4a
04 Tarzan.m4a
05 Vertigo (from Arthur Walker Vinyl).m4a

1870 is like an unplugged version of Seventy, very down-tempo
Tribal = Tarzan off the other "Last Ever Recordings"
Cape Fear = Rick Wakeman, but sounds a little different
Tarzan is very slow, but NOT the same as Tribal/other Tarzan
Vertigo, no idea why this is on the list, my mate might have just banged it on since it's the vinyl version.

The mix quality suggets that these have been done properly in a studio to a degree, better than the other set of Final Recordings, so I guess I'll call this lot, "The Final, Final Recordings"!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: PlacidCasual on October 23, 2006, 11:08:55 AM
Hey Jake, have you got links where we can listen to these by any chance?
Quite interested to hear them.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: BoXofSlicE on October 23, 2006, 01:58:53 PM

1870 is like an unplugged version of Seventy, very down-tempo

Is this the same version up on their myspace page?

I'm interested to hear them, but how do u play tracks in m4a?
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on October 23, 2006, 05:52:36 PM

1870 is like an unplugged version of Seventy, very down-tempo

Is this the same version up on their myspace page?

I'm interested to hear them, but how do u play tracks in m4a?

m4a can be played in iTunes, its just audio compressed with AAC, slightly better than MP3 at the same bit-rates.

I'll try and up the tracks somewhere
cheers
jake
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: mogwai on November 05, 2006, 01:58:06 PM
Don't know if it's any help to anyone but, the When Animals Attack short film is for sale on Ebay although the auction runs out soon.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Rick Wakeman on November 05, 2006, 10:56:04 PM
Is this the same version up on their myspace page?

I'm interested to hear them, but how do u play tracks in m4a?

m4a can be played in iTunes, its just audio compressed with AAC, slightly better than MP3 at the same bit-rates.

I'll try and up the tracks somewhere
cheers
jake
Feel free to upload them here (http://bombsite.org/bs/share.php?directory=CABLE).  I may even be able to convert them to mp3 if anyone can't play m4a files.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Johnny Mac on November 20, 2006, 04:52:48 PM
I'd love to get a copy of these tracks for a listen if anyone is willing to send me them.

Didn't realise there was more stuff to hear!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: FireSka on March 10, 2007, 12:50:38 AM
Hey, I just found this board.  It's great to know there are still Cable fans around.   Is there a way someone can send me some of those demos?  (You can PM me a link from a sendspace.com upload or I can give you my e-mail via PM.) I think I have all of the b-sides but I'd never heard of those demos until now!!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Johnny Mac on May 15, 2007, 10:52:55 AM
Has anyone got these demos available to download yet?
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: FireSka on May 15, 2007, 02:52:15 PM
Has anyone got these demos available to download yet?

I was able to find a few:
- Untitled Instrumental
- Extra Limbs
- Midget
- One For THe Ladies (Stallion)
- Rick Wakeman
- Tarzan

Send me a PM and I'll reply with a sendspace link for download.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Pete Cable on May 24, 2007, 01:13:21 AM
This is insane... you talk about titles that are little more than a vague memory to me...
I don't remember us calling anything 'Tarzan'... but I suppose we must have. I think the stuff you're all referring to as 'the final recordings' are b-sides we intended to use that we did at Andy Sneap's place. He recorded Dinky and the other b-sides from that period. We also did a recording with him that was totally live and was meant for use in radio interviews as 'exclusive session tracks' - the idea was that we would tour regional radio stations, the local indie show person would interview us and then claim we were going to play live for them in the studio (all very underhand, this showbiz lark) and they'd actually play the tape. This session is where the 'From Here' version of Oubliette comes from.

What I really can't believe is that you have material like 'Afterthought'  - how do you lot find this stuff? Songs that never left the practise room! (The 'placeholder' lyrics are 'piece of wood, piece of wood, piece of wood, piece of wood, sellotape')

I'd forgotten that Oubliette was once called 'Alice' and I'm glad it looks like no-one has a copy of 'mouse with wings man'. ;)

I would really love a copy of the Oxford point show with Old Peely on - would someone be happy to do me one? I have to have the intro bit, where he says 'with their hearts on their sleeves and their eyes on the stars, it's cable!'
I miss him dearly... :'(
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: FireSka on May 24, 2007, 02:05:14 AM
hmm , what is "Afterthought"?

Tarzan goes something like "It's easier to see, ? more to me than great.  Insecurity is easier to me.  A frozen vegetable. ? long distance call.  Eternally preserved.  Impossible to see.  I cannot replace a seven legged sack race.  No one wants their future pressed against a clock face.  I love Januaray", etc...

Is that one not called Tarzan?

Would you have any idea what the untitled instrumental is called Pete?  It's 5:20 and resembles Brothers And Sisters a little.  Maybe I should post some samples...
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Pete Cable on May 24, 2007, 10:22:40 AM
It would be good if you could post some samples. It might help jog the old grey cells... some of those words vaguely mean something to me - though i'm baffled by the title - usually songs had working titles that referred to the way they sounded, e.g. tribal probably had some floor tom based drum pattern. Sometimes songs that you know now were actually 2 seperate songs that we suddenly discovered went together well and we made one decent one out of 2 not so brilliant ideas. Afterthought was like a throwaway intro piece, about 2 min long - I don't think even Cooper got to play it - it had a great riff but never developed past being a bit of throw away warm up material. It was way cool though and I've often thought of nicking that and extra limbs while no-ones looking... ;D
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Rick Wakeman on May 24, 2007, 11:42:41 PM
Hey, Fireska, any chance you could upload them to http://bombsite.org/bs/share.php?directory=CABLE (http://bombsite.org/bs/share.php?directory=CABLE) so we can all have a listen?  :)
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: FireSka on May 25, 2007, 01:21:42 AM
Clicking below will take you straight to a folder with direct links to all of the Cable demos I have that I've just uploaded:

http://ashfiles.com/cable/

Pete, maybe you can confirm the titles? Can you or anyone else post any other demos??  I'd love to hear those other ones metioned  :)

If you lack webspace you can e-mail them to me at xfireskax at gmail.com and I'll upload them to that folder.  I have unlimited webspace.   Or just upload them to www.sendspace.com and post the links!

And yes, I am the moderator of Ash Files.  If you like Ash, check it out!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: BoXofSlicE on May 26, 2007, 03:31:30 PM
Ah yes Afterthought is on a 6 track demo I have that?s been my only new find since I made this list of stuff I?ve got. I?ll upload it to this forum if that?s ok with Pete.

The track listing is

1.   Tangle
2.   Extra Limbs
3.   Underwater
4.   Temporary Shelter
5.   Afterthought
6.   Choice
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Damon on May 29, 2007, 12:26:29 PM
I have two tracks that both untitled that i've never heard anywhere else, i'll have to upload those too.

Damon
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: FireSka on May 29, 2007, 03:12:48 PM
Ah yes Afterthought is on a 6 track demo I have that?s been my only new find since I made this list of stuff I?ve got. I?ll upload it to this forum if that?s ok with Pete.

I really can't wait for this!  I'm sure it's ok with Pete to upload, as he asked for us to upload them in a previous post. 

If you have no webspace, you can upload to sendspace and PM me the link.  Then I will download the tracks and upload them to that same folder on my webspace.  Also, that bombsite forum that someone linked to in a previous post may work.  Cheers.

I have two tracks that both untitled that i've never heard anywhere else, i'll have to upload those too.
Sweet.  You got my e-mail addy right?
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Damon on May 30, 2007, 06:32:12 PM
I sent you those songs, hope you like them.

Damon
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: FireSka on May 30, 2007, 08:08:32 PM
Thanks.  I had them all already, but I gave you some replies that may help you sort out the songs.

I hope BoXofSlicE posts that 6 Track demo!!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: PlacidCasual on June 26, 2007, 02:43:54 PM
I'd quite like to hear those untitled dittys!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: BoXofSlicE on August 13, 2007, 12:40:05 AM
Ah yes Afterthought is on a 6 track demo I have that?s been my only new find since I made this list of stuff I?ve got. I?ll upload it to this forum if that?s ok with Pete.

I really can't wait for this!  I'm sure it's ok with Pete to upload, as he asked for us to upload them in a previous post. 

If you have no webspace, you can upload to sendspace and PM me the link.  Then I will download the tracks and upload them to that same folder on my webspace.  Also, that bombsite forum that someone linked to in a previous post may work.  Cheers.

I have two tracks that both untitled that i've never heard anywhere else, i'll have to upload those too.
Sweet.  You got my e-mail addy right?

So no reply from Pete yet. Hmmm well I have them uploaded already. Don't really fancy posting a link on here without approva firstl. I'll PM you in a min..
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Damon on August 14, 2007, 12:08:03 AM
I have too many members e-mail adresses, send it over and i'll send you the songs. Wouldn't mind hearing afterthought myself, extra limbs should of been an album track, it fucking rocked!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Greg on August 16, 2007, 06:26:03 PM
I Remember hearing Midget for the first time at The xmas party show in Derby At the Loft. Amazing. I'm sad that never made an album!

Greg.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Alec on April 03, 2008, 11:39:10 PM

Alice (oubliette)

24.8.95 (Live at Reading)

Midget
Yesterday of the Horizon

(7? Tracks)

From Here you can see yourself

Oubliette (different to the down lift version)


Does "Alice" (name or recording of vocals) shed any light on the impenetrable lyrics of that song? Also would love to hear the later version of Oubliette because it is one of my favourites....
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Johnny Mac on July 30, 2008, 05:24:05 PM
Can someone send me these demos.... i've never heard any of them!

Cheers,

John
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Richie Cable on October 15, 2008, 07:13:23 PM
if someone could email me an mp3 of "Steer",  it would be greatly appreciated.
christ only knows what i've done with all my tapes!

Rx
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: knifetotheeye on June 27, 2012, 11:14:18 AM
Sorry to dredge up this old thread but does anyone have these rarities in mp3 format? I've got quite a few of them but would love to fill the gaps.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on June 28, 2012, 11:46:49 AM
What are you missing?
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Greg on June 28, 2012, 10:48:06 PM
Its Cable they number things differently!


oh, and I also have the last recorded demos, but I've always wondered about this... the numbering of the tracks I have are missing a few, look

02 Rick Wakeman.mp3
03 One for the ladies (stallion).mp3
04 Midget.mp3
06 Tarzan.mp3
07 Instrumental untld.mp3

Does that mean there was a track 1 and 5? Maybe more after 7?

I think that was me that put those on tinternet a while ago, did you get them off a single page?

The first track was Vertigo, five had the end cut off it, and it was already on the album, was it "Last something on the horizon".... can' remamber the song title....

My friend Nav got them off Darius a few years ago....
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on June 28, 2012, 11:25:17 PM
Hello Greg!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: knifetotheeye on June 29, 2012, 09:24:10 AM
What are you missing?

From the original post here I'm missing:

(Early Demos)

Extra Limbs
Blindman
Choice

(Cloud 9 - Select Magazine Mixtape)

Action Replay Replay (24.2.96 Peel Session)
Steer

(Acoustic)

Seventy

(John Peel Sessions)

25.11.94

Seventy
Give em what they want
Sports cars and devil worship
Deadwood for green
Alice (oubliette)

24.8.95 (Live at Reading)

Sale of the Century
Seventy
Oubliette
Hydra
Untitled New Song (Apparently)

3.6.97

God gave me gravity
Freeze the atlantic
The (we did the sprite ad) blues
Ring of fire

(Live Sets)

Freeze the Atlantic
Seventy
Blue Birds are Blue
Hexagon Eye
Souvenir
Oubliette
(Oxford Zodiac 29.10.97)

(Demos)

Vertigo
Hexagon Eye
Arthur Walker
Midget
Yesterday of the Horizon

(Live Promo) (was at one time for sale on eil.com, does anyone know the date of this recording?)

Blue Birds are Blue
Ultraviolet
Oubliette
Freeze the Atlantic

(98 Demo)

Rick Wakeman
One for the Ladies Stallion
Midget
Tarzan
Untitled Instrumental

From Here you can see yourself

Oubliette (different to the down lift version)

If you (or anyone) can help find those I'd appreciate it!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on June 29, 2012, 10:38:13 AM
Here's Steer from the Select Mag ? https://dl.dropbox.com/u/40145/Steer.mp3
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: knifetotheeye on June 29, 2012, 11:57:19 AM
Oohh Ta!

*Ticks box*
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: BoXofSlicE on July 01, 2012, 05:21:05 PM
HAs any new rarities emerged since I posted this list 6 years ago? Geez how time flies. I've changed computers since hope I still got all these tracks!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on July 01, 2012, 10:05:29 PM
Found this live version of Freeze The Atlantic on a drive. Not sure where it's from?

http://goo.gl/nuC6Y
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Jezmyers on July 03, 2012, 05:03:15 PM
Found this live version of Freeze The Atlantic on a drive. Not sure where it's from?

http://goo.gl/nuC6Y

it's from the live at the oxford zodiac set.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on July 03, 2012, 05:05:12 PM
Found this live version of Freeze The Atlantic on a drive. Not sure where it's from?

http://goo.gl/nuC6Y

it's from the live at the oxford zodiac set.

Thanks. Only have that track, and only found it the other night, despite it having been on a hard drive for years. No idea where it's from or if I had more.
If anyone's got the full set, give us a shout.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Greg on July 05, 2012, 11:35:53 AM
Just found these on Ebay:- http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/200785437334?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649#ht_500wt_1243
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Greg on July 05, 2012, 11:36:51 AM
Hello Greg!

Hello Jake!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Damon on July 05, 2012, 04:39:07 PM
Thats an awesome ebay find, if i still had a vhs player (and ebay wasn't run by satan) i'd start bidding!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on July 05, 2012, 04:50:14 PM
I'm bidding, and I'm happy to have them digitised at a friends professional recording studio then I'll upload and make available.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: PlacidCasual on July 05, 2012, 05:24:58 PM
I'm bidding, and I'm happy to have them digitised at a friends professional recording studio then I'll upload and make available.

Hi Jake,

You might want to save the bother digitising them as i think all of these have now been uploaded to youtube already.  Although saying that, having reread your post,   professionally recorded versions would make for much better quality than those already uploaded!

Freeze the Atlantic and bluebirds are both just edited versions from the when animals attack movie as i have both of these promo videos too.

Now does anyone have the honolulu that Pete mention a long time ago?  That i'd love to see!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on July 05, 2012, 05:35:53 PM
?and getting rid of demo software watermarks would be nice too :)
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Jezmyers on July 10, 2012, 02:19:46 PM
Found this live version of Freeze The Atlantic on a drive. Not sure where it's from?

http://goo.gl/nuC6Y

it's from the live at the oxford zodiac set.

Thanks. Only have that track, and only found it the other night, despite it having been on a hard drive for years. No idea where it's from or if I had more.
If anyone's got the full set, give us a shout.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/dnjfqbpp5pvml0e/cable%20in%20oxford.rar
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on July 10, 2012, 02:40:46 PM
Good work, that man!

Also, I won the videos on Ebay. Off to my mate's tonight to get them digitised.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Damon on July 10, 2012, 07:01:00 PM
Awesome! Did you get them cheap?
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on July 10, 2012, 07:55:08 PM
?14, so not cheap, but I'd put in a much higher bid!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Damon on July 11, 2012, 01:15:43 AM
Any chance of a copy of the Whisper Firing Line video? its the only one i don't have
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on July 11, 2012, 12:53:42 PM
I'll get h264 versions over to you as soon as they're digitised. Should be next week.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Damon on July 11, 2012, 07:06:09 PM
Thanks man, thats awesome
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: daryltaylor on July 29, 2012, 11:38:48 PM
Hi guys...

Is there any chance any of you with rare Cable stuff can do me copies please? Hav'nt got any of the sessions they did for Peel or live gigs. Thanx.

Daryl.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on September 06, 2012, 08:16:13 AM
Cable - Blue Birds Are Blue.m4v
http://goo.gl/5Y2Ly

Cable - Freeze The Atlantic (Uncut).m4v
http://goo.gl/Q52lp

Cable - God Gave Me Gravity.m4v
http://goo.gl/3w8p2

Cable - When Animals Attack.m4v
http://goo.gl/otnIm

Cable - Whisper Firing Line.m4v
http://goo.gl/Zsqt1
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Damon on September 06, 2012, 06:21:03 PM
Thanks for the video post, i notice they are in MP4 though which i'm guessing will lead to people having no sound whilst trying to watch them. If this is the case can someone with more time and knowledge than me post a link to the appropriate codec or nearest solution please?

Thanking you in advance

Damon!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on September 06, 2012, 08:27:22 PM
Let us know what format you'd prefer and I'll re-compress the MPEG streams, keep it at top quality.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on November 25, 2012, 06:32:08 PM
Damon, you never got back to me with a different codec, so I guess they're ok?

Anyone have problems with the video format?
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: Damon on November 25, 2012, 07:11:11 PM
Sorry man, completely forgot to get back to you. I managed to download the videos ok, with luck everyone else should be able to aswell.

Thanks for uploading them
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: chazwaldo on December 02, 2012, 08:11:23 PM
Really enjoyed the Derby gig the other week and the Unreleased Demos and Rarities CD was a great surprise.

However the one track i'm really after is the original b-side of Vertigo. Does anyone have an MP3 of this even though it was only on the Arthur Walker vinyl? I've got the CD single but am missing this version.

I can get it off YouTube but it's not the best quality you see.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on December 02, 2012, 08:21:59 PM
Vertigo (https://dl.dropbox.com/u/40145/05%20Vertigo%20%28from%20Arthur%20Walker%20Vinyl%29.m4a)
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: chazwaldo on December 03, 2012, 11:49:40 AM
Cheers for this Jake, you've made my day, it's really appreciated!!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: rp61 on March 05, 2013, 02:59:13 AM
Vertigo (https://dl.dropbox.com/u/40145/05%20Vertigo%20%28from%20Arthur%20Walker%20Vinyl%29.m4a)
Weird! The 7" vinyl version I have of this has a slightly different intro and ending.
Is the version here really taken from the Arthur Walker Vinyl?
I don't hear any obvious signs of vinyl crackles at all on this.
You can hear the version I have on YouTube,
i'd be interested to hear from anybody why these differences appear to be...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ei0Jm9yStjk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ei0Jm9yStjk)
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on May 03, 2013, 10:53:14 PM
Just doing some audio grabbing from tape -> Mini Disc -> Mac of a home town gig in 96… I've not seen this one mentioned anywhere…
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: rp61 on May 18, 2013, 04:59:30 AM
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Just doing some audio grabbing from tape -> Mini Disc -> Mac of a home town gig in 96… I've not seen this one mentioned anywhere
When you're finished transferring that will you have any plans to share it on a torrent site maybe?
Would love to see that appear on DIME...
What's the sound like?
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on May 18, 2013, 10:04:26 AM
I'll put it up as soon as I've cleaned it up a little. Needs a little more low end and balance, which I'm hoping to get done this next week when I visit my mate's studio.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: rp61 on May 20, 2013, 11:40:45 PM
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I'll put it up as soon as I've cleaned it up a little. Needs a little more low end and balance, which I'm hoping to get done this next week when I visit my mate's studio.
Sweeeet! Sounds good to me, look forward to hearing your recording.
And hope the work on it goes well...
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on July 25, 2015, 02:39:11 PM
Dear me, I forgot about this… who wants a Cable live gig from 1996?
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: mogwai on September 09, 2015, 09:59:39 AM
Hi Jake,

Me, me, me! Seriously though fella, i'd love a copy.

Cheers,

Rowan.
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on September 09, 2015, 10:13:41 AM
Hurrah, the forum is alive! I'll find where I've saved it and post a link!
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on September 09, 2015, 09:02:33 PM
Presenting, an (afaik) unreleased recording of Cable playing The Big City Bash in 1996!

This tape, handed to me by Steven Battelle (ex LostAlone and Derby resident), was recorded by his mum from the radio broadcast of the gig (whilst he was front row at the gig). The tape's nearly 20 years old, and recorded from radio. Do not expect a soundboard quality recording!

You can download the audio in Apple Lossless or FLAC format, whichever you prefer—

Apple Lossless
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/40145/Big%20City%20Bash%20Derby%20%2796.m4a

FLAC
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/40145/Big%20City%20Bash%20Derby%20%2796.flac

I've been meaning to put this up for years, sorry for the delay. I hope someone finds it interesting!
Big thanks to Steven Battelle for personally entrusting me with this tape!

cheers
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: BoXofSlicE on September 25, 2015, 10:06:49 PM
Presenting, an (afaik) unreleased recording of Cable playing The Big City Bash in 1996!

This tape, handed to me by Steven Battelle (ex LostAlone and Derby resident), was recorded by his mum from the radio broadcast of the gig (whilst he was front row at the gig). The tape's nearly 20 years old, and recorded from radio. Do not expect a soundboard quality recording!

You can download the audio in Apple Lossless or FLAC format, whichever you prefer—

Apple Lossless
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/40145/Big%20City%20Bash%20Derby%20%2796.m4a

FLAC
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/40145/Big%20City%20Bash%20Derby%20%2796.flac

I've been meaning to put this up for years, sorry for the delay. I hope someone finds it interesting!
Big thanks to Steven Battelle for personally entrusting me with this tape!

cheers

Amazing thanks for sharing, can't wait to listen. This gig was actually the first time I saw cable live. For those not from Derby The big bash was an annual full weekend of music in the town centre. If I remember correctly the Saturday was all pop music and let loose were the headliners that day. Thankfully Sunday was better local music day. Gorilla, beekeepers played and cable headlined. The mosh pit for cable was mental
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: rp61 on June 24, 2016, 06:11:42 PM
Hey! Jake,

Just visiting some old haunts (as it were) and was really happy to see that you had got around to posting this gig you mentioned you had. Thanks a lot for posting it, listening to it now, sounds good.. Would I be correct in assuming the last four digits in the download links (2796) is the actual date (02.07.1996) ?

Thanks again,

Richie
Title: Re: Cable Rarities
Post by: jake74 on June 24, 2016, 06:37:33 PM
Hi Richie,

The numbers are the hex code for an apostrophe, the filename is Big City Bash Derby '96 but the ' is being converted. Not sure of the original date, unfortunately.

cheers!
jake