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Every entry in the bootography is in the following form:
- Title - Label - Catalogue Number - Quality Rating(s)
- Venue. Date (dd/mm/yy) *
- ## tracks on ## CD(s). Total Time: (where possible)
- Band Lineup (s)
- Track Listing
- See also:
- All cross-references.
* Note that dates are in UK format, with the day preceding
The quality ratings are fairly simple, going from 1 to 6. 6
is the best quality available, and sb6 is approaching live-album
quality. An ordinary 6 would not be as good quality as a sb6.
(See below). 3 and 4 are reasonably listenable, although solos
and vocals may not come through, and 1s and 2s are for collectors
only. I would ask those supplying information to not be taken
in by what sounds like a great show *musically* and give it a
quality rating 1 or 2 levels above what it should really be.
- "sb" attached to the rating number means that the
CD is a soundboard recording. Whilst poor quality soundboard
recordings do exist, chances are that a sb4 will sound better
than a 4, simply because of the reduced background noise. However,
this is ONLY a guide, not a rule!
- "qun" means that the quality is unknown.
- "lun" means that the label is unknown.
- "nun" means that the catalogue is unknown.
- "ic" beside a track indicates that the track is
incomplete in some way.