U2 - Rattle And Hum (DVD Audio Rip) FLAC16
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RATTLE AND HUM
DVD Audio Rip
Fan-Made album by gonzalo76 (aka stones4ever)
Silver DVD --> DVD Audio Extractor 4.4.1 --> English AC3 (48kHz / 2Ch) --> WAV (PCM Uncompressed Wave / 48000 Hz / 16 bits / Stereo) --> Sound Forge 9.0 (Downsampled to 44100 Hz & Normalized) [**] --> CD Wave Editor 1.98 [***] --> FLAC frontend 1.7.1 --> FLAC (flac.exe 1.2.1) / level 6)
The original DVD does not contain a "Linear Pulse Code Modulation" (LPCM) track, that's why I had to use the Dolby Digital 2.0 (AC3 / 2ch / stereo) track, which is technically considered a lossy source. And I said technically because the audio frequency on this DVD reaches 21 kHz and it's constantly. Take a look at the "With or Without You" frequency analysis included in the torrent. An audio CD can represent frequencies up to 22.05 kHz, but the players analog filters attenuate gradually from 20 kHz.
[**] I downsampled to 44100 Hz / 16 bits because of the "Red Book Audio Specifications". To play any CD in a standalone CD Player, the form of digital audio encoding should be: 2-channel of PCM audio, each signed 16-bit values, sampled at 44,100 Hz.
[***] I split the tracks using CD Wave Editor just to avoid the "Sector Boundary Errors" (SBE's). Each track of a standard audio CD is composed of "sectors" or "frames" that are each 1/75 second long (also expressed as 2352 bytes or 588 samples long). If a track is properly cut on a multiple of 1/75 second, it is "sector aligned", or cut "along sector boundaries." When it is not properly cut, the last sector is like a ragged end, which CD burning software just fills in with silence. Listeners will hear a click or pop between tracks because of the music -> sub-second silence -> music transition. This is extremely annoying and easily avoidable. The simplest and best tool for tracking a show is [CD Wave], for Windows. The program's sole purpose is to split .wav files into proper CD sector-aligned tracks. Most audio editing programs (e.g., Sound Forge, Cool Edit, etc.) do not automatically cut files along sector boundaries. Either change their settings to force them to split .wav files correctly (to cut on a 1/75th second CD sector boundary), or avoid them for CD tracking.
With or Without You frequency analysis:
01. Helter Skelter 3:11 (Live at Denver, CO, McNichols Arena, November 8th, 1987) (Written By Lennon & McCartney)
02. Van Diemen's Land 2:14 (written and performed solely by guitarist The Edge)
03. Desire 4:52 (Demo)
04. Exit / Gloria 4:22 (Live at Denver, CO, McNichols Arena, November 8th, 1987)
05. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For 4:39 (Rehearsal) (Features the New Voices of Freedom, a gospel choir)
06. Freedom For My People (*) / Silver And Gold 6:45 (Live at Denver, CO, McNichols Arena, November 8th, 1987)
07. Angel Of Harlem 3:42 (Demo)
08. All Along The Watchtower 4:51 (Live at San Fransisco, CA, Justin Herman Plaza, "Save the Yuppie free concert", November 8th, 1987) (written by Bob Dylan)
09. In God's Country 2:48 (Live at Denver, CO, McNichols Arena, November 8th, 1987)
10. When Love Comes To Town 5:46 (Rehearsal/Live/Recital) (features B.B. King on guitar and vocals)
11. Heartland 4:10
Total Playtime: 47:19
01. Bad / Ruby Tuesday / Sympathy for the Devil 8:15 (Live at Denver, CO, McNichols Arena, November 8th, 1987)
02. Where The Streets Have No Name 6:27 (Live at Tempe, AZ, Sun Devil Stadium, December 19th, 1987)
03. MLK 2:02 (Live at Tempe, AZ, Sun Devil Stadium, December 19th, 1987)
04. With Or Without You 5:25 (Live at Tempe, AZ, Sun Devil Stadium, December 19th, 1987)
05. The Star Spangled Banner (**) / Bullet The Blue Sky 5:51 (Live at Tempe, AZ, Sun Devil Stadium, December 20th, 1987)
06. Running To Stand Still 4:22 (Live at Denver, CO, McNichols Arena, November 8th, 1987)
07. Sunday Bloody Sunday (Live) 7:48 (Live at Denver, CO, McNichols Arena, November 8th, 1987)
08. Pride (In The Name Of Love) 4:47 (Live at Denver, CO, McNichols Arena, November 8th, 1987)
09. All I Want Is You 6:35 (in the final credits)
Total Playtime: 51:34
(*) Written and performed by Sterling Magee on guitar and percussion and Adam Gussow on harmonica
(**) Performed by Jimi Hendrix. The recording used here is an excerpt of Jimi Hendrix's famous Woodstock performance in 1969.
* Bono – lead vocals, additional guitar, harmonica
* The Edge – guitar, keyboards, backing vocals, lead vocals on "Van Diemen's Land".
* Adam Clayton – bass guitar
* Larry Mullen, Jr. – drums, percussion
* B.B. King – guitar and vocals on "When Love Comes to Town"
* The New Voices of Freedom – vocals on "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"
* The Memphis Horns – horns on "Angel of Harlem"
* Benmont Tench – Hammond organ on "All I Want Is You"
DVD Commercial Release: 1999
Record Label: Paramount Home Video
A Midnight Films production of a Phil Joanou film. Music produced by Jimmy Iovine. Produced by Michael Hamlyn, directed by Phil Joanou. The movie is 98 minutes in length. Contains 11 songs not included on the album "U2: Rattle and Hum".
Produced by: Jimmy Iovine / Manager: Paul McGuinness / Words: Bono / Music: U2
Except: The Star Spangled Banner : Performed by Jimi Hendrix, Freedom For My People: Performed by : Sterling Magee on Guitar/Percussion and Adam Gussow on Harmonica.
Sound post production for the album and movie done at A&M Studios, Hollywood. Post production engineering by: David Tickle.
All live recording by Remote Recording Services (The Black Truck) operated by David Hewitt with Phil Gitomer, Fritz Lang, J.B. Matteotti. Additional Engineers Don Smith, Rob Jacobs, Randy Staub, Bob Vogt and Marc De Sisto,assistant engineers Brian Scheuble, Ethan Johns. Additional overdubbing at Conway Recording with assistants Richard McKernan and GaryWagner.
Mastered by Arnie Acosta, A&M Mastering Studios/LA. Studio Crew: Sam O'Sullivan, Cheryl Engels, Fraser McAlister, Des Broadbery. Music Production Co-Ordinator: Fregg McCarty. Product and Art Co-Ordinator: Anne-Louise Kelly. Principle Management : New York Director: Ellen Darst, Keryn Kapan, Sheila Roche, Debbie Bernadini. Dublin Director: Anne-Louise Kelly, Barbara Galavan, Suzanne Doyle, Jackie Bennett, Cecilia Coffey, Brigid Mooney, Cillian Guidear, Marc Coleman. Camp Commandant: John Clark Tour Manager: Dennis Sheehan. Assistant to Dennis Sheehan: Theresa Pesco.
"What other band in our position would learn the chords of 'All Along The Watchtower' five minutes before they went on-stage, play it live and record it ? No-one."
'We discovered a common bond between us and some of these older artists like B.B. King. When we met him there was a whole world of understanding and nothing needed to be said. That has been the pay-off of working ten years to get into this position. We no longer have to prove ourselves. It's in the music and people can hear it.'
gonzalo76 (aka stones4ever)
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