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Updated 20 October 2004



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Nak Marathon Tapes Mk II- Disc 1

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1-1) Selection by: Carlos Guzman, Puerto Rico, USA

Musical track ~ "Son de la Loma", performed by Orquesta Nova

Recorded time - 4:35 (mins:secs)

Revox B710-MkII, recording made March 2004

El Magnifico's photo opportunity

El Magnifico's Web Links

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1-2) Selection by: JB

Musical track ~ "Heart Attack", performed by Olivia Newton-John

Recorded time - 4:03 (mins:secs)

Revox B-215, recording made May 2004

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1-3) Selection by: G. Beyer, USA

Musical Track ~ "Shelter" performed by Lone Justice

Recorded time - 4:29 (mins:secs)

Nak BX-300, recording made April 2004

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1-4) Selection by: K.J. Bleus, Madison, Wisconsin USA

Musical track ~ "Doing It For You", performed by Traffic
Source: MFSL UltraDisc remastered album, "Traffic"

Recorded time - 4:35 (mins:secs)

Nak 680ZX, recording made 1 March 2004

Bleus de Nakker's photo opportunity

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1-5) Selection by: T. Barrett

1-5) Musical track ~ "Talk to Me of Mendocino", performed by Linda Ronstadt

Recorded time - 4:05 (mins:secs)

Nak ZX-7, recording made April 2004

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1-6) Selection by: T. Boysick, USA

Musical Track ~ "Hush", performed by Deep Purple

Recorded time - 4:44 (mins:secs)

Nak CR-7A, recording made April 2004

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1-7) Selection by: Kent Merideth, Anderson, Indiana USA

Musical track ~ "Theme From St. Elsewhere", Performed by: David Grusin

Recorded time -4:12 (mins:secs)

Nak ZX-9, recording made April 2004

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1-8) Selection by: Dr. Isy Fidelman, Caracas, Venezuela

Musical track ~ "El Diablo Suelto", performed by: El Tramao de Venezuela

Recorded time - 4:00 (mins:secs)

Nak CR7A, recording made March 2004

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1-9) Selection by: J. Ochi

Musical track ~ "Something Cool", performed by Eileen Farrell

Recorded time - 4:07 (mins:secs)

Nak CR-7, recording made April 2004

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1-10) Selection by: L. Prieto

Musical track ~ "30 Anniversio", performed by Los Barn Barn

Recorded time - 3:53 (mins:secs)

Tascam 122 MkII, recording made April 2004

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1-11) Selection by: W. Daugherty

Musical track ~ "Should've Done it Better", performed by Tower of Power

Recorded time - 4:35 (mins:secs)

Technics RS-M85, recording made April 2004

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1-12) Selection by: Papo Sanchez

Musical track ~ "Chatanooga Choo Choo", performed by Glen Miller Orchestra

Recorded time - 3:44 (mins:secs)

Nak MR-1, recording made April 2004

Glenn Miller Orchestra Information

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1-13) Selection by: J. Narvaez

Musical track ~ "Its Not Unusual", performed by Tom Jones,

Recorded time - 4:24 (mins:secs)

Pioneer CTF-1250, recording made April 2004

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1-14) Selection by: A. Cuadrado

Musical Track ~ "Rhythms of Hope", performed Jean Luc Ponty

Recorded time - 4:45 (mins:secs)

Tandberg 3014, recording made April 2004

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1-15) Selection by: Fred Lifton

Musical track ~ "Nobody's Fault But Mine", performed by Sister Rosetta Tharpe

Recorded time - 4:16 (mins:secs)

Nak CR-3A, recording made May 2004

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1-16) Selection by: Tom Siomopoulos, Australia

Musical track ~ "Lost in Stars", performed by Martin L Gore

Recorded time - 4:42 (mins:secs)

Nak RX-505, recording made May 2004

Tom Siomopoulos' photo opportunity

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1-18) Selection by: Graham Nelson, Liverpool, England UK

Musical track ~ "Scarlett Ribbons", performed by Sinead O'Conner

Recorded time - 3:44 (mins:secs)

Nak ZX9, recording made April 2004

Graham Nelson's photo opportunity

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San Franciso Metro Enthusiasts NakFest Meeting, 13 March 2004


San Franciso Metro Enthusiasts Nak Fest Meeting, 13 March 2004


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Nak Marathon Tapes Mk II- Disc 2
San Francisco Nak Fest Recordings

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2-1) Selection by: ????????

Musical track ~ ???????

Recorded time ~ 2:23 (mins:secs)

Nakamichi CR-7A, recording made 2004

Source ~ Compact Disc

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2-2) Selection by: ???????

Musical track ~ ???????

Recorded time ~ 2:23 (mins:secs)

Nakamichi CR-7A, recording made 2004

Source ~ Compact Disc

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2-3) Selection by: ?????????

Musical track ~ ????????

Recorded time ~ 2:23 (mins:secs)

Nakamichi CR-7A, recording made 2004

Source ~ Compact Disc

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2-4) Selection by: Robert Kent, Lafayette, California

Musical track ~ “TV Song”, performed by Blue Man Group 1999

Recorded time ~ 2:13 (mins:secs)

Nakamichi CR-7A, recording made 2004

Source ~ Compact Disc

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2-5) Selection by: Robert Kent, Lafayette, California

Musical track ~ “Trinity Suite Part Two”, performed by Tim Weisberg 1971

Recorded time ~ 3:28 (mins:secs)

Nakamichi CR-7A, recording made 2004

Source ~ Vinyl

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2-6) Selection by: Robert Kent, Lafayette, California

Musical track ~ “TV Waltz”, performed by Leo Kottke Mid-70s

Recorded time ~ 2:23 (mins:secs)

Nakamichi CR-7A, recording made 2004

Source ~ Compact Disc

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Hi KJ, Mike deVera has the master playlist of the San Francisco Marathon II session. You should contact him directly to see if Carlos' finished product differs from the original master tape. Anyway, my own contributions to Disc #2 are: Track 10 Artist: LA4 (Laurindo Almeida, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Jeff Hamilton, drums; Bud Shank, alto saxophone) Title: Nouveau Bach (adapted from Bach's Prelude in C Minor, arranged by Laurindo Almeida) Album: Just Friends Concord Jazz CCD-4199 Track 11 Artist: Pat Metheny Group (Pat Metheny, acoustic steel string guitar, composer; Lyle Mays, piano, synthesizers, co-composer; Steve Rodby, acoustic bass; Pedro Aznar, acoustic nylon guitar, voice, bells, percussion; Paul Wertico, drums) Title: The First Circle Album: First Circle ECM 1278 Track 14 Same as track 10. One was recorded with the CD player connected to the wall power with a standard AC power cord, another with a Shunyata Research Anaconda AC power cord. Can anyone hear a difference? ~ Ti

Jim - Terry Evans - Putting It Down / Vivaldi - For Diverse Instrument Paul - Allison Krause - Lucky One / Ella & Louis - Can't We be Friends/ Red Rose Music Spoken Word 23 Psalm Bob - Blue Man Group - TV Song / Tim Weisberg - Trinity Suite Fuad - Mor Ve Otesi - Gut Kendine / Goove Alla - Turca - I Can Feel It / Katibim Kannan - Brandenburg Gate - Dave Brubeck Ti Kan - Nouveau Bach - LA4 - Just Friends / First Circle - Pat Metheny Group Mike - Caseronde Tejas / So What (Davis) - SACD Sampler {Playback - Resolution Audio Opus 21 - Jim / Sony DVP-S9000ES - Mike Record Nak CR-7A - Bob} ~ Mike D

I received my marathon CD's couple days ago. Tracks 7 and 8 on volume 2 are my selections: First one is one of my favorite a Turkish rock group called "Mor ve ötesi" (in english, this would be "ultra and violet"). This particular song is called "Hayat" (Life, in english). This is their 2001 album titled "Gül kendine" (Laugh at yourself). Produces by "ada müzik" and distributed by universal. The group has a web site: www.morveotesi.com Second selection is actually two tracks out of an album titled "groove alla turca" by the famous turkish percussionist Burhan öçal and bassist Jamaaladeen Tacuma. The first track titled "I can feel it" is only 29min and features Natacha Atlas on vocals. The second track is titled "Katibim", which is actually an arrangement of a very old turkish song. The rap vocals belong to Songül Aktürk (aka. Sultana) who currently lives in San Francisco. Produced by Rh Pozitif music under label of Doublemoon in 1999. ~ Faud

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how many more tracks, finish the playlist here......
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Created 7 May 2004
Updated 20 October 2004