Reply to "Tha Nineez - Colt 45's EE TEE SEE (online album of Split Enz demos 1978)"

Originally Posted by horse 2 water ski-ing:
Is there any possibility that the old Mill House demos may appear perhaps in a similar fashion? .... I love up against a Brick Wall.  Were these recorded in the same manner as the Ninee demos?  

 

I would also love to hear all of Neil's After Hours demos... the bits that have leaked out so far also sound great.

Some of the Old Mill House songs might go up one day. Probably not quite as many tracks as Tha Nineez collection. They are band rehearsal cassette tapes, with highlights dubbed to another cassette overnight by Nigel and then probably dubbed again, so the audio quality's mostly pretty lousy. "Brick Wall" is one of the better sounding ones. But there are some fun moments and the band recall that stay at Rockfield fondly.

The After Hours '76 and '77 demos and concert at the Maidment Theatre (which was nearly destroyed by fire last week) should go up sometime. I had the original 4-track tapes in my hands ten years ago when preparing Enzology but didn't have the right machine to play them on. Would love to get a good sounding mix of those demos rather than the less than optimal dubs from cassette that have been heard around and about. Must look into getting those tapes restored.

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