Thanks to the original taper for this. SBD recording: Slanted & Enchanted tour, ’92.

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12 Responses to “Pavement :: 6.11.92 – Minneapolis, MN”

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  2. Excellent post, many thanks!

  3. This is totally rad… 10Q soooo much!

  4. […] The complete show contains thirty tracks in all (counting the brief moments of on-stage banter from the band).  The entire concert, which features former Charlottesville resident and ex-WTJU disc jockey Stephen Malkmus in his earlier indie rock heyday,  is currently available on AD as FREE download.  Get it while the gettin’ is good!  [click here] […]

  5. […] show from the band’s “we-can’t-really-play-our-instruments-yet” phase. [Aquarium Drunkard] Labels: Blogmine, […]

  6. […] Listen to this Pavement concert from June 11, 1992.  This show was recorded in Minneapolis during the Slanted & Enchanted tour [AD] […]

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  9. […] Aquarium Drunkard hat radikalen Indie-Stoff zu bieten: Ein Live-Mitschnitt von Pavement von der “Slanted and Enchanted”-Tour 1992. Kurz bevor Indie-Rock “broke” sozusagen. Herunterladen und geniessen! […]

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  11. the guy that recorded this is not going to share any more recordigns on dime anymore thanks to this post. Well im sure the world will keep on turning without him sharing his ‘archives’ with the world. But it is a sad thing that he is so uptight that he has to goto such lengths. But i agree with him. MP3’s of live bootlegs really hurt the trading pool

  12. I sure the hope the word will keep turning regardless of whether I share my archival recordings or not!

    Sheesh, what a ridiculous comment to make, really…!

    As for being “uptight”, let’s just say that there is more to the story than you know – or need to know.

    And yes, technically speaking, taking a set of perfectly good .flac files and converting them into .mp3s to post on a blog, really does not help the trading pool, as far as those things go.

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