MAGMA
(1977-1980)
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1977-03-17 - Bourges, FR - aud (30m)
Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Benoit Widemann, Jean De Antoni, Guy Delacroix, Clement Bailly,
Florence Bertaux, Lisa Deluxe

1) Zombies (partial) (6:41) *
2) Morrison In The Storm (6:42) **
3) Ballade Kobaian (6:56) ***
4) Om Zanka (9:42)

* [Cuts in and cut at 6:40 on transition to "Ptah"].
** [Cuts in on applause as song is starting].
*** "Une petite ballade flambé qui nous allons jouer maintenant, elle est dedié à
Zebëhn Straïn Dë Geustaah".

Source: master reel > unknown gen cassette > CDR > flac.
[1977-03-17 - Bourges] Shared as torrent on Dime by Olvator.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"This tape is certainly something special. First off, there should certainly be a better gen copy around of this, but then again, I have rarely seen this listed with other traders. The Magma Pirates site does list this, but only with a length of 13 minutes ...".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website ("Christian sung an unreleased Kobaïan Ballad!").


1977-04-02 - Rombas (near Metz), FR - Salle Des Fetes - aud (142m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Benoit Widemann, Jean De Antoni, Guy Delacroix, Clement Bailly

Disc 1:

1) Ementeht-Re  (6:46)
2) Hhai (12:43)
3) De Futura (Intro) (9:01)
4) De Futura (16:20)
5) Zombies (3:55)
6) Ptah > Korusz (20:53) *

Disc 2:

1) "La" Dawotsin  (5:35) **
2) Morrison In The Storm - Band Intro (10:07) ***
3) Om Zanka (10:08)
4) MDK - encore call (34:45)
5) Troller
Tanz - encore call (6:10) $
6) Titilbon (6:16) =

* [Cut at 20:30 on applause].
** [Cut on applause].
*** Band intro: (Benoit Widemann, Guy Delacroix, Christian Vander, Jean De Antoni, Clement Bailly, Klus Blasquiz).
$ Encore. Encore call with a synth sequence played live or on tape.
= 2nd encore.

Source: CD copy direct from the master (from CD trades) - Audience Recording / Quality A (excellent) - CD > Wav > Flac.
[MAGMA - Rombas - 1977-04-02 (AUD)] Shared as torrent on Dime (unsigned info).
No SBE's - True lossless source.
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website (mentioning Lisa Deluxe and Florence Berteaux for this tour).


1977-06-03 - Menois (near Troyes), FR - "Festival De L'Antichose" - aud (81m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Benoit Widemann, Jean De Antoni, Guy Delacroix,
Clement Bailly, Lisa Deluxe, Jean-Pierre Fouquey

(Torrent - 81m - including soundcheck) (2cd)

Disc 1: 81:28

1) soundcheck (1:18) *
2) Ementeht-Re > Hhai (17:52) **
3) De Futura (14:06)
4) Morrison In The Storm (10:32) ***

Disc 2:

1) MDK (33:32) $
2) Troller
Tanz (4:08) =

* [Cut at 0:27]. [Cut].
** [Cuts in at start].
*** Dropout at 4:00. [Cut on applause].
$ [Cut at 33:12 on encore call].
= Encore.

Source: "My own recording, in the open air, with an UHER cassette recorder".
[1977-06-03 - Troyes] Shared as torrent on Dime (unsigned info).
TLH analysis
"If somebody knows the other bands who play these week-end, he is welcome!!".

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(Torrent - 79m - show only)

1) Ementeht-Re > Hhai (18:10)
2) De Futura (13:55) *
3) Morrison In The Storm (11:18) **
4) MDK (Part 1) (1:12) ***
5) MDK (Part 2) (14:41) $
6) MDK (Part 3) (15:43) =
7) Troller
Tanz (4:33) &

* [Cut at 12:08].
** Dropout at 4:00. [Cut at 10:43 on applause].
*** [Cut].
$ [Cuts in]. [Cut].
= [Cuts in]. [Cut at 15:37 on encore call].
& Encore.

Source: unknown generation audience recording(tape) -> wav (terratec sound rescue) -> flac.
[MAGMA - TROYES - 3 JUNE 1977] Shared as torrent on Dime by Nadir_53.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"Quality: B--".

Show listed on Ork Alarm website (which dates it as July 3rd 1977). Recording unlisted yet.


1977-06-05 - Chateauvallon, FR - aud (30m total including 1976-10-09 Antibes bonus)
Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Benoit Widemann, Jean De Antoni, Guy Delacroix, Clement Bailly,
Lisa Deluxe, Jean-Pierre Fouquey, Florence Berteaux

1976-10-09 - Antibes, FR - Parking Marineland (sous chapiteau):
1A) La Music Des Spheres
1977-06-05 - Chateauvallon, FR:

1B) Zombies (cut) (30:35) *

* "La Music Des Spheres" (21:01): [cuts in]. Lineup: (C. & S. Vander, Blasquiz, Federow, Top, Graillier, Lockwood).
- "Zombies": [Cut].

Source: lineage.. unknown gen cdr trade - cdr-->eac--wav--flac.
[1977-06-05 - Chateauvallon] Shared as torrent on Dime by Hanwaker.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
Shows and recordings for both Antibes (October 9th 1976) and Chateauvallon (June 5th 1977) are listed on Ork Alarm.


1977-06-07 - Rouen, FR - Fac De Lettres - sbd? aud? (120m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Benoit Widemann, Jean De Antoni, Guy Delacroix, Clement Bailly,
Florence Berteaux, Lisa Deluxe, Jean-Pierre Fouquey + Rene Garber

1) Ementeht-Re > Hhai (15:11)
2) De Futura - tuning (15:16)
3) Zombies > Korusz (13:01)
4) Morrison In The Storm Intro (3:17) *
5) Morrison In The Storm (14:07) **
6) Om Zanka (9:25)
7) MDK (22:41) ***
8) MDK (Continued) - encore call (12:11) =
9) Band Introduction (2:25) &
10) Troller
Tanz - encore call (6:32) ?
11) Titilbon (6:45)

* [Cut].
** [Cut at 7:03].
*** [Cut].
= [Cuts in and cut at 1:33]. Incorrectly tracked separately.
& (Benoit Widemann, Clement Bailly, Klaus Blasquiz, Christian Vander, Rene Garber "Sugar").
? Encore.

Source: ? low gen cassette > CDR > flac.
[MAGMA - Rouen 1977-06-07 (SBD)] Shared as torrent on Dime by Olvator.
No SBE's - True lossless source.
"I believe this is sourced from a soundboard. Very bassy, sometimes almost distorted, but everything clearly audible. There is an annoying buzz throughout the tape, which might come from an instrument (which actually mad me think of this being a sdb)".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website.


1977-06-15 - Orleans, FR - sbd (121m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Benoit Widemann, Jean De Antoni, Guy Delacroix, Clement Bailly,
Lisa Deluxe, Jean-Pierre Fouquey, Stella Vander?, Florence Berteaux? + Rene Garber

1) Ementeht-Re (6:22) *
2) Hhai (13:41)
3) De Futura (14:20)
4) Zombies (21:20) **
5) Ptah (4:51)
6) Morrison In The Storm (11:42)
7) Titilbon (6:32)
8) MDK Part I (11:38) ***
9) MDK Part II - encore call (27:15) $
10) Troller
Tanz (3:40) =

* [Cuts in on start].
** [Cut at 10:51].
*** [Cut at 0:01 on applause. Cuts in on start]. [Cut].
$ [Cuts in]. [Cut at 2:08 and at 26:58 on encore call]. Incorrectly tracked separately.
= Encore.

Source: "A nice sounding soundboard recording, with someone doing some mixing with it while recording...".
[MAGMA - Orleans 1977-06-15 (SBD)] Shared as torrent on Dime by Olvator.
No SBE's - Trader's Little Helper detects possibly lossy source.
"Magma fanatics will be familiar with this line-up, as it is the same as on the circulating video from Pantin 14.5.77. I think this was seeded here before. The special thing about this show is that it features several unreleased track...".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website. Info file says "Orleans, France 15.06.1977 (aka 22.6.77)".


1977-06-29 - Dortmund, GE - Westfalenhalle III - Magma (without C. Vander) aud (54m)
Klaus Blasquiz, Benoit Widemann, Jean De Antoni, Guy Delacroix, Clement Bailly

1) jam 1 (9:49) *
2) jam 2 (13:59)
3) jam 3 (15:35) **
4) jam 4 (4:53) ***
5) jam 5 (10:25) $

* [Cut at 0:14 on audience before start].
** Dropout at 0:15.
*** [Cut at 4:46 on applause and at 4:49 on start of next jam].
$ Repeated bit (6 sec. overlap). Jeff Beck's "Lead Boots" quoted.

Source: 1st gen cassette > CDR > flac.
[1977-06-29 - Dortmund] Shared as torrent on Dime by Olvator.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"... The 1977 line-up jamming some improvised jazz rock for the people in the hall. Some very nice Benoit Wideman stuff here and there, but nothing to really rave about. Very interesting though fort he Magma connoisseur ...".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website (jazz-rock gig without CV).


1977-07-21 - Frejus, FR - aud (116m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Benoit Widemann, Jean De Antoni, Guy Delacroix,
Clement Bailly, Lisa Deluxe + Rene Garber

1) Ementeht-Re > Hhai (18:42)
2) De Futura (15:04)
3) Zombies (Part 1) (11:45) *
4) Zombies (Part 2) (4:11) **
5) Ptah (10:02)
6) bass solo (9:25) ***
7) Morrison In The Storm (8:13) $
8) MDK (34:48) =
9) Troller
Tanz (3:50)

* [Cuts at 8:50, 10:12 and 10:46]. Fades out.
** Fades in.
*** "Nous allons jouer un morceau qui à eté inspire par le climat d'un morceau de Doors (...) Rider In The Storm".
$ "...A' la memoire de Jim Morrison...". [Cut at 2:27, 2:36 and at 8:08 on applause]. [Cut before start of next song].
= [Cuts at 0:32, 16:23, 18:51 and 18:56].

Source: master reel > ? > CDR > flac.
[1977-07-21 - Frejus] Shared as torrent on Dime by Olvator.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"Another show from 1977. If you have a better version, please post it. This has the long Zombies version, as featured on the Orleans 1977 tape. Here we have some cuts though. But still better than nothing, my friends. Hope you enjoy it!".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website.


1977-07-22? - Silkeborg, DE - Silkeborg Multimusic Festival - aud (42m)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Benoit Widemann, Jean De Antoni, Guy Delacroix,
Clement Bailly, Lisa Deluxe, Florence Berteaux

1) Ementeht-Re (6:12)
2) Hhai (12:40)
3) De Futura (14:07)
4) Zombies (cut) (9:49) *

* Fades out.

Source: master or 1st gen (?) > cdr > flac.
[1977-07-22 - Silkeborg] Shared as torrent on Dime by Olvator.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"Bonus track: ORTF, Paris 1972-03-13 FM - 05. Mekanik". (This bonus track is not included in this torrent).
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website ("+ jam session"). ("Date most likely wrong and probably a month earlier").
An
interview from that Festival and an article with pics from the show can be found on Michael Bohn's Magma website.


1977-08-05 - Concarneau (Marseille), FR - aud? (92m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Benoit Widemann, Guy Delacroix, Clement Bailly, Lisa Deluxe,
Florence Berteaux, J-P Fouquey

Disc 1:

1) Ementeht-Re (6:40)
2) Hhai (11:22) *
3) De Futura (13:28)
4) Morrison In The Storm (8:02) *

Disc 2:

1) MDK (38:16) *
2) Zombies > solo bass (10:43)
3) ? (4:13) **

* Fades out on applause.
** [Cut at 2:50]. [Cut].

Source: high gen cassette > CDR > flac.
[1977-08-05 - Concarneau] Shared as torrent on Dime by Olvator.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"Again, not totally unlistenable, but also not really enjoyable soundwise".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website ("Jean De Antoni had left by this time").


1977-11-26 - Suresnes, FR - Théatre Jean Vilar - aud? - Magma (101m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Benoit Widemann, Guy Delacroix, Lisa Deluxe, Stella Vander, Rene Garber

(Torrent - 101m) (2cd)

Disc 1:

1) intro (Wisëhndöh) (4:19) *
2) The Last Seven Minutes (9:04) **
3) Nono (7:15)
4) Hhai (12:42)
5) Zombies (3:34)
6) Ptah (3:07)
7) De Futura (10:28)

Disc 2:

1) MDK - encore call (33:13) $
2) Troller
Tanz - encore call (7:40) =
3) Pourqui Cet Homme Est-Il Mauvais (10:16) &

* [Cut at 0:17 on audience before start]. "Magma Orkestra".
** This was probably the first recorded live performance of this piece.
$ [Cut at 17:07 and at 33:06 on encore call].
= [Cuts in on encore call]. Encore. [Cut at 6:16 on encore call].
& Second encore.

Source: Own cassette > computer > wav > flac 8.
[MAGMA 1977-11-26 Theatre Jean Vilar, Suresnes] Shared as torrent on Dime (unsigned info).
TLH analysis
"Excuse the taper who sings during some parts of songs - We are three friends who saw this show; the taper, the fan and me; Before the show starts, the fan and me play a little show of voices, screams and huge howlings during 10 minutes...".

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(Torrent - 93m) (2cd)

Disc 1:

1) intro (Wisëhndöh) (4:03) *
2) The Last Seven Minutes (9:24) **
3) Nono (7:26) ***
4) Zombies (7:01) $
5) De Futura (9:50) =
6) Troller
Tanz (4:27) &
7) Why This Man (Pourqui Cet Homme Est-Il Mauvais) (9:02) #

Disc 2:

1) MDK (30:12) +
2) Hhai (12:34) °

* "Magma Orkestra".
** [Cut at 9:13 on applause]. This was probably the first recorded live performance of this piece.
*** [Cut at 7:25 on applause].
$ [Cut at 0:02 on applause and at 0:18 before song start. Cuts in at start].
= [Cut at 9:43 on applause].
& [Cut at 4:01 after song end].
# With a repated bit (23 sec. overlap). [Cut as encore call is starting].
+ [Cuts at 17:44 and 28:50. Cut on applause].
° [Cut at 1:29].

Source: master reel > ? > CDR > flac.
[1977-11-26 - Suresnes] Shared as torrent on Dime by Olvator.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"And another one from 1977, this time from the very short tour at the end of the year. De Antoni had already left by this time. Much tape hiss on this one, the sound gets better during Zombies. Nice vocals on Hhai".

Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website.


1977-12-09 - Rueil Malmaison, FR - L'Académie - show + rehearsal - aud (m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Benoit Widemann, Guy Delacroix, Lisa Deluxe, Stella Vander, Rene Garber

Show:
1) The Last Seven Minutes (9:58) *
2) Emehnteht-Re (Extrait No. 2) (2:04) **
3) Hhai (11:21)
4) De Futura (9:52) ***
5) Zombies (4:45)
6) Korusz (Part 1) (3:11) $
7) Korusz (Part 2) (5:01) =
8) Korusz (Part 3) (4:14)
9) Nono (7:39) &
10) MDK (Part 1) (23:30) #
11) MDK (Part 2) (4:57) /
12) MDK (Part 3) (3:45)
13) crier bis (1:19) +
14) Troller
Tanz (5:07)
Rehearsal:
15) repetition 1 (14:07) ?
16) repetition 2 (4:24) ^

* [Cuts at 0:07 on audience before start and at 0:46]. "Magma Orkestra".
** "Zebëhn Straïn Dë Geustaah".
*** Dropout at 1:05.
$ [Cut].
= [Cuts in].
& Fades out on applause.
# Fades in on applause. Dropout at 7:31.
/ Repearable gap.
+ Encore call. [Cut at 0:27].
? [Cuts in
on "Troller Tanz" followed by other themes including
"Wisëhndöh" and "The Last Seven Minutes"]. [Cut].
^ Themes include "Nono",
"Wisëhndöh", "Emehnteht-Re". [Cut at 4:11 followed by bit of show start (4 sec. overlap].

Source: very low gen cassette (supposedly master) > CDR > flac.
[1977-12-09 - Rueil Malmaison] Shared as torrent on Dime by Olvator.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"Very interesting show. And definitely one of the best audience tapes from 1977. Recorded at the very end of 1977. Clement Bailley had left as a second drummer by this time, and CV is singing a lot during drumming".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website.


1978-09-27 - Bar-Le-Duc, FR - Halle Des Brasseries - sbd (58m)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Rene Garber, Lisa Deluxe, Meichel Herve, Andre Herve,
Jean Luc Chevalier, Maria Popkiewicz

1) Retrovision (19:22)
2) The Last Seven Minutes (7:46) *
3) Hhai (7:33) **
4) Ourgon & Gorgo (8:20) **
5) Nono (6:01) *
6) MDK (9:27) ***

* Fades in.
** Fades out.
*** Fades in and out.

Source: low generation tape > cdr > eac > flac8.
[MAGMA - Bar-le-Duc 1978-09-27 (SBD)]
Shared as torrent on Dime by Juhab1.
No SBE's - Trader's Little Helper detects lossy source.
"Talking to hanwaker, we are not able to verify where we got this tape from. R.S. lists an audience recording - i did not have this here seems to be a soundboard excerpt of the show. six clear sounding separate tracks without any crowd noise...".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website.


1978-10-14 - St. Malo, FR - Théatre Municipal - aud (121m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Rene Garber, Lisa Deluxe, Michel Herve, Andre Herve,
Jean-Luc Chevalier, Maria Popkiewicz

Disc 1:

1) Retrovision (21:45) *
2) The Last Seven Minutes (12:51)
3) Ourgon & Gorgo (7:37)
4) Ptah (23:56) **

Disc 2:

1) Hhai (12:12) ***
2) Nono (7:10) $
3) MDK (30:32) =
4) Why This Man (5:40) +

* "Magma Orkestra".
** [Cut at 4:35, 4:41, 17:19 and 23:38]. Fades out as "Haai" is starting (18 sec. overlap).
*** [Cut at 12:11 after song end].
$ [Cuts in at 0:00 on start]. [Cut on applause].
= Band members introduced with their kobaian names. [Cut at 30:30 on applause]. "Magma!".
+ [Cuts in on announcement].

Source: 2nd gen cassette > CDR > flac
[1978-10-14 - St.Malo (2nd gen UPGRADE)] Shared as torrent on Dime by Hanwaker.
No SBE's - True lossless source. (Sounds slow).
"This is an upgrade to torrent http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=137171 as it is a known 2nd generation adding 2 more songs worth some 35 min more of zeuhl music and nono is not cut off at the end".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website.


1978-11-04 - Binches, BE - aud? (109m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Rene Garber, Lisa Deluxe, Michel Herve, Andre Herve,
Jean Luc Chevalier, Maria Popkiewicz

Disc 1:

1) Retrovision (Attahk) (19:43) *
2) The Last Seven Minutes (11:16)
3) Ourgon & Gorgo (11:01) **
4) Korusz (Part 1) (6:01)
5) Korusz (Part 2) (17:23) ***

Disc 2:

1) zeuhl wortz lesson (3:38) $
2) intro - MDK (Part 1) (27:13) =
3) MDK (Part 2) (6:33) &
4) Why This Man (6:30) #

* "Magma Orkestra". Dropout at4:01. [Cut at 19:42 on applause].
** [Cut at 0:10 on audience before start (repeated bit - 14 sec. overlap) and at 11:00 as applause starts after end].
*** "...Zebëhn Straïn Dë Geustaah...Christian Vander...Zebëhn Straïn Dë Geustaah...Zebëhn Straïn Dë Geustaah ...".
$ "Maintenant...maintenant nous allons faire un entracte de quelques minutes...". MDK theme played. Fades out.
= Band intro, musicians presented with their kobaian names. [Cut].
& [Cuts in with repeated bit (19 sec. overlap)]. [Cut on applause].
# Encore. Wilson Pickett mentioned.

Source: audience recording (low generation, from trades in the 70's) > CD (by Philips audio CD recorder) > Wav > Flac.
[1978-11-04 - Binches] Shared as torrent on Dime by Nadir_53.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"Quality: B - This is my last Magma recording from the 70's.
There will be an upgrade of the first part of Rombas 77 (orginally by Juhab1), and then some more from the 80's".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website.


1978-11-10 - La Rochelle, FR - Maison De La Culture - aud (125m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Rene Garber, Lisa Deluxe, Meichel Herve, Andre Herve,
Jean Luc Chevalier, Maria Popkiewicz

Disc 1:

1) Retrovision (20:25)
2) The Last Seven Minutes (11:25)
3) Ourgon & Gorgo > Ptah (32:49) *

Disc 2:

1) Hhai (11:25)
2) Nono > band intro / MDK (40:22)
3) Why This Man (8:48) **

* Including 20 minute drum solo. "Christian Vander". [Cut at 32:48 on applause after break announcement].
** [Cut at 0:20? on applause]. Encore. Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin and James Brown mentioned. "Magma!".

Source: JVC stereo mic > JVC stereo 1635 cassette recorder > master tape played on Nakamichi Dragon > ...
Original audience master recording by Erathostene (Info file says "November 11th, 1978", folder name 1978-11-10).
[Magma 1978-11-10 La Rochelle EX aud MASTER]
Shared as torrent on Dime by Erathostene.
No SBE's - Trader's Little Helper detects lossy source.
"A misty night on the harbour, the sound of the swell on the sailing boat hulls, a spectral atmosphere in the city streets...".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website.


1978-11-16 - Reims, FR - Cinema Opera - sbd (111m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Rene Garber, Lisa Deluxe, Meichel Herve, Andre Herve,
Jean Luc Chevalier, Maria Popkiewicz

Disc 1:

1) Retrovision (21:05) *
2) The Last Seven Minutes (10:43)
3) Ourgon & Gorgo (12:01)
4) Band Intro (3:00) **
5) MDK (26:09) ***

Disc 2:

1) Hhai (10:50) $
2) Nono (6:56) =
3) Why This Man? (7:04) &
4) Dondai (13:52) ?

* [Cuts in at start. Cut at 10:38].
** [Cut at 2:03].
*** "Magma...Magma...Magma".
$ [Cut immediately after end].
= [Cut on applause before song and at end].
& [Cut at 0:03 on applause before start and 7:01 after end ]. Otis Redding, James Brown, Wilson Pickett mentioned.
? [Cuts in before start]. "Christian Vander".

Source: low generation of unknown master > cdr > eac > flac8.
[MAGMA - Reims 1978-11-16 (SBD)]
Shared as torrent on Dime by Juhab 1.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"Got this in trade years ago, I´m not shure about the source. it´s sounds like a soundboard with little hiss, but at the very beginning of MDK you can hear two times a struggle. maybe, it´s a well done stage audience. there are some cuts...".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website.


1979-03-17 - Creteil, FR - Maison Des Arts André Malraux - aud (101m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Lisa Deluxe, Meichel Herve, Andre Herve,
Jean Luc Chevalier, Maria Popkiewicz + Claude Salmieri

Disc 1:

1) Retrovision (Attahk) (15:37) *
2) The Last Seven Minutes (10:24)
3) Ourgon Et Gorgo
> Korusz / Ptah (28:07) **

Disc 2:

1) Hhai (10:43) ***
2) Nono (7:49) $
3) I Must Return (7:09) =
4) Spiritual (5:54) &
5) MDK (6:27) #
6) Le Rock (9:41) ^

*  "Voici le fabulouse histoire de Magma Orkestra".
** [Cut at 21:08]. [Cut on applause].
*** [Cut at 9:20].
$ [Fades and cuts at 3:42, 4:44, 7:20].
= [Fades and cuts at 1:07, 1:14, 3:19, 5:29].
& [Fade and cut at 3:04 and fades out on applause].
# [Cuts in then cuts (some with fade outs) at 0:39, 1:11, 2:04, 3:13, 3:40, 4:35, 4:43, 5:20 and at end].
^ A few speed problems.

Source: CD1 EX stereo aud MASTER - CD2 tr. 201 to 205: VG 2nd gen from same aud msr. - tr. 206: EX stereo aud msr.
Original audience recording by Finkployd49.
[Magma 1979-03-17 Creteil Master EQ]
Shared as torrent on Dime by Finkployd49.
No SBE's - True lossless source.
"The master tape for CD2 had severe speed problems in several places so in 1979 I made fades in and fades out...".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website (which also mentions Rene Garber in the lineup).


1979-03-21 - Nancy, FR - Parc Des Expositions - aud (71m)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Lisa Deluxe, Meichel Herve, Andre Herve,
Jean-Luc Chevalier, Maria Popkiewicz + Réne Garber

1) Zess (21:24) *
2) Korusz
/ Ptah (20:30) **
3) I Must Return (7:15) ***
4) Spiritual (6:29) $
5) Why This Man (9:20) =
6) Le Rock (6:40) &

* [Cut at 21.23 on applause].
** "Capitain Christian Vander".
*** Fades out at 0:00 on applause. [Cuts in on spoken intro]. [Cut at 7:14 on applause].
$ [Cuts in at 0:00 before start (with overlap from previous track)]. [Cut at 6:28 on applause].
= [Cuts in before start, cuts at 6:10 and 9:20 on applause]. Magma mentioned, "Land Of A 1000 Dances" quoted.
& [Cuts in at 0:00 before start (with overlap from previous track)].

Source: low generation audience tape > cdr > eac > fla8.
[1979-03-21- Nancy] Shared as torrent on Dime (unsigned info).
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"The quality of this tape is mostly B-, sorry folks we don't have a better one!".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website.


1979-03-29 - Angers, FR - Théatre De L'Elisée - aud (113m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Lisa Deluxe, Michel Herve, Andre Herve,
Jean-Luc Chevalier, Maria Popkiewicz + Réne Garber

Disc 1:

1) Retrovision (Attahk) (16:28) *
2) The Last Seven Minutes (10:09)
3) Ourgon & Gorgo (11:37)
4)
Ptah (17:06) **
5) Hhai (10:51) ***
6) Nono (8:03) ***

Disc 2:

1) Spiritual (7:09) ***
2) MDK intro (1:20) $
3) MDK (25:37)
4) Why This Man (5:14) =

* "Voici le fabulouse histoire de Magma Orkestra".
** "Capitain Vander". [Cut at 16:14 and 16:22 both on applause]. "Zebëhn Straïn Dë Geustaah, Christian Vander".
*** Fades out on applause.
$ Band intro: musicians introduced with their kobaian names.
= [Cuts at 2:17, 4.29, 4:52 and cut before end]. "Est-ce que vous connessaiz Otis Redding?"

Source: low generation audience cassette > cdr > eac > flac8.
[1979-03-29 - Angers] Shared as torrent on Dime (unsigned info) by Juhab1.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"Got this in trade as 5-29-79 but Ork Alarm lists this show as 3-29-79, I think that's right. This here is the complete angers show and not only the last 2 songs. So this Torrent replaces torrent 137171. the old torrent is now obsolete ...".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website.


1979-05-22 - Brescia, IT - Palasport - aud? (102m) (2cd)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Rene Garber, Lisa Deluxe, Meichel Herve, Andre Herve,
Jean Luc Chevalier, Maria Popkiewicz

Disc 1:

1) Retrovision (Attahk) (16:32) *
2) The Last Seven Minutes (9:52)
3) Ourgon & Gorgo
(Lirïïk Necronomicus Kahnt) (5:34)
4) Korusz / Ptah (16:35)
5) Hhai  (11:24) **

Disc 2:

1) Nono (6:52)
2) MDK - encore call (28:13) &
3) Spiritual (7:37) $

* "Siete tutti pronti? (...) voici le fabulouse histoire de Magma Orkestra".
** "La primera parte è finita...cinque minuti".
& "Merci beaucoup...grazie tante" "Bene, se veramente ne volete un'altra bisogna farsi sentire". [Cut on encore call].
$ "E per finire facciamo un piccolo pezzo insieme heh, Spiritual". "Grazie...mercie beaucoup...a bientot...arrivederci".

Source: unknown generation tape --> CD --> wav --> flac
[MAGMA - Brescia 1979-05-22 (SBD)] Shared as torrent on Dime (unsigned info).
No SBE's - True lossless source.
"Quality: B".
Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm website (venue incorrectly called Palais Des Sports).


1980-06-09 - Paris, FR - L'Olympia - "Retrospective Magma" - aud? (194m) (3cd)
1st set: Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Francis Moze, François Cahen, Claude Engel, Teddy Lasry,
Louis Toesca, Yochk'o Seffer
2nd set: Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Stella Vander, Gabriel Federow, Didier Lockwood, Bernard Paganotti,
Benoit Widemann, Patrick Gauthier
3rd set: Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Stella Vander, Benoit Widemann, Lisa Deluxe, Maria Popkiewicz,
Jean Luc Chevalier, Dominique Bertram, Jean-Pierre Fouquey + François Laizeau, Bernard Paganotti
Final set: All except the horn section (Lasry & Toesca)

Disc 1:

2nd set:
1) Theusz Hamtaahk (32:19)
1st set:
2) Kobaia (10:52) *
3) Ki Iahl O Liahk (11:00) **

Disc 2:

3rd set:
1) Retrovision (Attahk) (19:00) ***
2) Zess (35:20) $
3) Hhai (12:58) =

Disc 3:

2nd set:
1) Kohntarkosz (30:46) &
Final set:
2) MDK (42:04) #

* Sung in kobaian and english. Fades out on applause.
** [Fade-cut on applause at 10:40 followed by silence].
*** "Voici la fabulouse histoire de Magma Orkestra". [Cut on applause].
$ [Cut at 14:11]. Includes "Ehn Deiss" quote.
= [Cut at 7:57 on applause]. Fades out on applause.
& [Cut at 14:23]. Fades out on applause.
# [Cuts in at start and cut at 23:54 with a repeated bit (6 sec. overlap]. Includes a quote from "De Futura".

Source: low gen cassette > CDR > flac.
[1980-06-09 - L'Olympia, Paris] Shared as torrent on Dime by Olvator.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"So here we have the existing recordings from the first of the three day run at Olympia in 1980".
Date and venue confirmed by poster above. Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm (adds Khalifa, Weiss, A. & Y. Guillard).
A review of this event can be found on Ork Alarm website.


1980-06-10 - Paris, FR - L'Olympia - "Retrospective Magma" - aud? (209m) (3cd)
1st set: Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Francis Moze, François Cahen, Claude Engel, Teddy Lasry,
Louis Toesca, Yochk'o Seffer
2nd set: Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Stella Vander, Gabriel Federow, Didier Lockwood, Bernard Paganotti,
Benoit Widemann, Patrick Gauthier
3rd set: Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Stella Vander, Benoit Widemann, Lisa Deluxe, Maria Popkiewicz,
Jean Luc Chevalier, Dominique Bertram, Jean-Pierre Fouquey + François Laizeau, Bernard Paganotti
Final set: All except the horn section (Lasry, Toesca & Seffer)

Disc 1:

1st set:
1) Kobaia (10:26) *
2) band intros (2:46) **
3) Ki Iahl O Liahk (10:23) ***
4) Iss Lansei Doia (10:59) $
2nd set:
5) Kohntarkosz Part 1 (10:19) =
6) Kohntarkosz Part 2 (21:36) &

Disc 2:

1) Theusz Hamtaahk Part 1 (23:53) =
2) Theusz Hamtaahk Part 2 (9:12) #

3rd set:
3) Retrovision (Attahk) (18:18) +
4) Hhai (14:08) °

Disc 3:

1) Zess (34:50) ?
Final set:
2) MDK (43:00)

* Sung in kobaian and english.
** (François Cahen, Francis Moze, Claude Engel, Yochko Seffer, Louis Toesca, Teddy Lasry, Klaus Blasquiz, Vander).
*** "Ce morceau s'appellait Ki Iahl O Liahk composé par François Cahen".
$ "Le morceau qui nous allons jouer maintenant est composè par Teddy Lasry, s'appelle Iss Lansei Doia".
- "Merci beaucoup...nous allons retrouver dans 20 minutes avec, non? (...) avec le group qui existait de 1974 à 1977".
= [Cut].
& [Cuts in]. (Widemann, S & C Vander, Paganotti, Federow, Lockwood, Gauthier, Blasquiz). Fades out on applause.
# [Cuts in].
+ "Voici la fabulouse histoire de Magma Orkestra". Cut on applause.
° Fades in on applause. [Cut on applause.]
- Intro: (B. Widemann, D. Bertram, S.&C. Vander, L. Deluxe, J.L. Chevalier, F. Laizeau, J.P. Fuquet, M. Popkiewicz).
? Includes "Ehn Deiss" quote. [Cut on applause.]

Source: traded cd-r > eac > flac8.
[1980-06-10 - L'Olympia, Paris] Shared as torrent on Dime by Rushomancy.
"This is the middle of three special concerts given by Magma to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the band. Guests from throughout the history of Magma appeared, and many songs not played for a while were performed".
No SBE's - TLH analysis
Date and venue confirmed by poster above. Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm (adds Khalifa, Weiss, A. & Y. Guillard).


1980-06-11 - Paris, FR - L'Olympia - "Retrospective Magma" - aud? (209m) (3cd)
1st set: Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Francis Moze, François Cahen, Claude Engel, Teddy Lasry,
Louis Toesca, Yochk'o Seffer
2nd set: Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Stella Vander, Gabriel Federow, Didier Lockwood, Bernard Paganotti,
Benoit Widemann, Patrick Gauthier
3rd set: Christian Vander, Klaus Blasquiz, Stella Vander, Benoit Widemann, Lisa Deluxe, Maria Popkiewicz,
Jean Luc Chevalier, Dominique Bertram, Jean-Pierre Fouquey + François Laizeau, Bernard Paganotti
Final set: All except the horn section (Lasry, Toesca & Seffer)

Disc 1:

1st set:
1) Iss Lansei Doia (8:10)
2) presentation des musiciens (2:14) *
3) Ki Iahl O Liahk (10:39)
4) Kobaia (11:20) **

2nd set:
5) Kohntarkosz Part 1 (31:20) ***

Disc 2:

1) Theusz Hamtaahk Part 1 (34:42) $
3rd set:
2) Retrovision (Attahk) (19:24) =
3) Hhai (14:17) #

Disc 3:

1) Zess (34:51) &
Final set:
2) MDK (42:19) +

* (François Cahen, Louis Toesca, Teddy Lasry, Yochko Seffer, Francis Moze, Claude Engel).
** In kobaian and english. "Nous allons retrouver dans 10 minutes (...) avec le group qui assevit de 1974 à 1977".
*** Band: (Widemann, S. & C. Vander, Paganotti, Federow, Lockwood, Gauthier, Blasquiz). Fades out on appaluse.
$ Fades out on applause.
= "Voici la fabulouse histoire de Magma Orkestra".
# (Widemann, Bertram, S. Vander, Deluxe, Chevalier, Laizeau, Fuquey, Popkiewicz, Blasquiz). Fades out on applause.
& Includes "Ehn Deiss" quote.
+ [Cuts in at start]. The first 5 minutes have some very light digital noise.

Source: low gen cassette > CDR > flac.
[1980-06-11 - L'Olympia, Paris] Shared as torrent on Dime by Olvator.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"Last day of the three day run at l'Olympia. This sounds actually quite good once you get used to the recording. All instruments audible. Again, fantastic playing by the original 1970 line-up. Enjoy!"
Date and venue confirmed by poster above. Show and recording listed on Ork Alarm (adds Khalifa, Weiss, A. & Y. Guillard).


1980-12-?? - Paris, FR - sbd (79m)
Christian Vander, Stella Vander, Benoit Widemann, Lisa Deluxe, Maria Popkiewicz, Jean Luc Chevalier,
Dominique Bertram + Pierre Moerlen

(Torrent - 79m)

1) Retrovision (Attahk) (14:29) *
2) Opus (14:21) **
3) Who's My Love? (14:43) ***
4) Otis (9:15) $
5) Zess (26:50) =

* Fades in. "Voici la fabulouse histoire de Magma Orkestra".
** "Un tune de McCoy Tyner, le pianiste de John Coltrane". "Nous serons de retour dans dix minutes".
*** [Cut at 5:15 followed by repeated section (from 5:17 to 10:26 - 5 min. 7 sec. overlap). Cut at 10:24].
$ "Nous dedions ce morceau, merci Otis Redding". [Cut at 1:35].
= "Ehn Deiss" quoted.

Source: unknown generation audience tape > cdr > eac > flac8
[1980-12-00 - Paris] Shared as torrent on Dime by Juhab1.
No SBE's - TLH analysis
"Waiting like others for olves flood from japan, i can offer an other one from hanwaker's and juhab's archive ....".
Stereo soundboard recording.
Show and soundboard recording listed on Ork Alarm.

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(Rework - 74m)

1) Retrovision (Attahk) (14:39) *
2) Opus (14:11) **
3) Who's My Love? (9:33) ***
4) Otis (9:13) $
5) Zess (26:48) =

* [Cut at 0:05 on applause]. Intro fades in after cut. "Voici la fabulouse histoire de Magma Orkestra".
** "On va jouer un petit theme de McCoy Tyner". "Nous serons de retour dans dix minutes". [Cut after applause].
*** [Repeated section of 5min. 7sec. removed and cut joined seamlessly].
$ "Nous dedions ce morceau, merci Otis Redding". [Cut at 1:30 and on applause after song end].
= "Ehn Deiss" quoted.

Source: unknown generation audience tape>cdr>eac> flac8. - Flac from Dime>wav>Adobe Audition & Magix (editing)>flac.
No SBE's - TLH analysis

Stereo soundboard recording.
Show and soundboard recording listed on Ork Alarm.


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