24 May 1986 - Cal Expo Amphitheatre, Sacramento, California [Soundcheck] [Audio - Audience]

Grommet2112

Enthusiast
Download:

-coming soon-

Track Listing:

01 - Middletown Dreams (cut)
02 - Red Sector A
03 - Mystic Rhythms
04 - The Big Money (cut)

Notes:
Found this on an old forum post using the Wayback Machine and the link actually still worked. Pretty sure this is mostly uncirculated, I certainly couldn't find much of its existence online. This only exists as an MP3 as far as I know. If someone has a better copy or more info let me know. I don't usually upload stuff like this and I couldn't figure out how to get a download link but I posted the youtube link with the video.

YouTube:

 

By-Tor X-1

Archivist
Staff member
Thanks a ton for sharing this! I was not aware of this one either, and I'm not seeing it in any compilations, so I definitely do not have the lossless version.

I'll try looking into it more if I can, but it seems too obscure of a recording for anyone to know anything about it. Perhaps if you provided more info on that old forum post you found via Wayback Machine, I may have a better idea of who I should be looking to contact about it.

I can upload the MP3 files that you found for the time being. If you're not sure how to upload them, you could just email me a zip folder, and I'll put them in my Mega account and edit a link in your main post.
 

Grommet2112

Enthusiast
Thanks a ton for sharing this! I was not aware of this one either, and I'm not seeing it in any compilations, so I definitely do not have the lossless version.

I'll try looking into it more if I can, but it seems too obscure of a recording for anyone to know anything about it. Perhaps if you provided more info on that old forum post you found via Wayback Machine, I may have a better idea of who I should be looking to contact about it.

I can upload the MP3 files that you found for the time being. If you're not sure how to upload them, you could just email me a zip folder, and I'll put them in my Mega account and edit a link in your main post.
Sorry for the late reply. I haven’t been home in a bit, and I’m still not. When I do get back I’ll be able to send them over to you. I’ll also be able to get anymore info I can
 

By-Tor X-1

Archivist
Staff member
I was forwarded some information about this, apparently it was available on the old "MitA's Rush Oddities" website, so I'm guessing that is where you found it. I had no idea that domain was no longer running, but it has been quite some time since I last visited there. However, after a bit of researching, I did find that the webmaster very recently relaunched the site at a new domain here. So I was able to get the MP3s of this recording, but I also found the webmaster's contact email. So when I get the chance to compose a message, I'll see if they hopefully may have a lossless source laying around.
 
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