Midnight Oil


Michael mbtigger at charter.net
Mon Jan 5 14:29:06 MST 2004

HMM - I must admit, I like the idea of Oils Rare live available for
download. I did not take part in the Oils Live tree because I did not feel
the need to have all of the albums, but several tracks on the two rare live
peaked my interest.

Other possibilities besides FTP - upload to a usenet group, Bitorrents, mIRC
servers. All of which have served me well when I had VCR problems and could
not tape my favorite TV show. The usenet group has also been a great source
for live Springsteen material.

I was thinkning of setting up a tree for a few shows, but it would be a lot
easier at my end if I just set them up on my old P200. HMM - I will have to
think about this, do some testing and get back later..


Original Message -----
From: "Cheryl H" <ooiiilllss at hotmail.com>
To: <powderworks at cs.colorado.edu>
Sent: Monday, January 05, 2004 7:53 AM

> hey all -
> it seems we have many problems throughout the world, not just Canada.
> everyone, please check the oilslive tracklist site at
> http://home.iprimus.com.au/mrnoisy/oilslive/tracks.html and email me at
> livecd_s at hotmail.com if your cd's do not match exactly.  some suggestions
> have been made to download mp3's - there will be no!! mp3 conversions, as
> they degenerate the quality of the wav file.  we'll set up a new tree
> structure either with cd's or through ftp access or both.
> thanks,
> Cheryl
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