The Complete Matrix Tapes is a live album by the New York City-based experimental rock band the Velvet Underground, released on November 20, 2015. It features unexpurgated recordings of the band's two-night stint on November 26 and 27, 1969, at San Francisco club The Matrix, owned and operated by Jefferson Airplane's Marty Balin
The Complete Studio Recordings is a seven compact disc box set by American rock group The Doors, released by Elektra on November 9, 1999. It contains six of the original nine Doors albums, digitally remastered with 24 bit, with the inclusion of stray previously unreleased tracks that had surfaced on The Doors: Box Set, on disc seven.
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The Complete Matrix Tapes is a document of that side of the band: Supposedly, it's a collection of the 42 songs the band played in two nights at a 100-capacity San Francisco club, The Matrix, some of which formed the bulk of 1969: The Velvet Underground Live with Lou Reed 40 years ago. The conventional wisdom is that the Velvet Underground were at their best on stage, and the high points of The Complete Matrix Tapes bear that out. The peculiarly thin sonics of Matrix owner Peter Abram's recordings don't do Maureen Tucker's caveman drumming any favors, but they make a seriou.
The Doors Álbum: Infected Mushroom Presents – The Doors Remixed Año: 2007 Formato/Bitrate: Mp3 – 320kbps Tamaño: 19. MB. Tracklist: CD 1: 0. Nombre de los álbumes en este pack: 1967 (Mar 7th) The Complete Matrix Club Tapes (4 CD) @320 1968 (Jul 5th) Live at Hollywood Bowl The Riot Show @320 1968 (Jul 5th) Live at The Hollywood Bowl + Spot Radio Promo (1987) @320 1968 (Jul 9th) Dallas Memorial Auditorium @320 1968 (Jul 12th) Live in Seattle Center Arena @320 1968 (Mar 7th) New York, Steve.
In November 1969, the Velvet Underground played a two-night stand at the Matrix, a club in San Francisco that had a four-track recording rig wired into its sound system; the four sets the band played were taped, and rough mixes of those shows were featured on the fine collection 1969: Velvet Underground Live, and they ranked with the very best VU. live documents despite the hiss that hovered over the music.