I have a recording of this that somebody (can't remember who - ledjarde?) posted before. I don't know if it's the exact same recording but it's the same file size.
The one I have is recorded from BBC digital radio. Here's the text file that came with it:
Howling Bells 12th August 2006 Summer Sundae Festival, Leicester, UK
Broadcast by BBC 6Music on 20th December 2007 "Live at 4" series
**[BBC 6Music is a digital only broadcast with no FM transmission. Bit rate on DAB radio is 128kbps, DVB-T and Digital Satellite 160kbps. Older archived recordings may have been transmitted on BBC FM stations in the past and FM recordings may exist. Please post torrents of these if they exist as upgrades to these digital recordings which will then be removed. As these are lossy radio transmissions they have not been bloated to flac, following DIME guidelines.]**
DVB-T (160kbps / 48Khz) > Nebula DigiTV > Hard Disk MP2 > mp3DirectCut
Tracks 01 Cities 02 Bell Hit 03 Velvet Girl 04 Wishing Stone 05 Setting Sun 06 Broken Bones 07 Ballad For A Bleeding Heart 08 Low (Happening)
; wholefile md5 checksum file generated by Trader's Little Helper ; generated on December 23, 2007, at 12:35 pm
QUOTE: Please do not use the dbpoweramp software to transcode the mp2 files to .wav. The transcoding process leads to a noticeable decrease of the sound quality! For transcoding the .mp2 file I recommend the freeware BeSweet/ BeLight (if you use a Windows PC Ihave to add) : www.free-codecs.com/download/BeLight.htm Both are .zip-files; unzip BeSweet first into a folder. Then you should unzip BeLight into the same folder. This done, you can start the software by clicking on the BeLight symbol in the folder. The software is easy to work with, I think; choose the register card "WAV/ PCM". Do not check any of the boxes on the left except the one for "Output Sampling Rate" (this should be 44100hz), and on the right please choose "wav" (under "Output Format") and "16 bits stereo wav" under "Output Channels".
Put the mp2 file into the window on top and click on the "Start Processing" below. The transcoding process will start immediately.
If BeLight does not work with your computer you should try a software named Switch. It is available for free at www.nch.com.au/switch/plus.html There are versions for Windows and Mac.