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thanks for hunting down the DMX show videos!

Thanks for getting back to me. I think the best thing to do would be to put the songs back in and say "approximate setlist compiled from videotapes in my possession" or something like that. Another Moderator might revert it in the future if they don't see this conversation or your post on my page but you can always inform them then.
Cheers,
Ben

Please don't post any more "approximate setlists" for shows that you did not attend. That is not something we encourage on this website.

The Miles Davis Quintet explanation was helpful, thank you. It appears best practice is to avoid using monikers with a "number" in them unless it was always the exact same members for duration of the moniker.

https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/miles-davis/1969/hampton-institute-hampton-va-13832139.html#sfmsesg43d4ff2b

So I admit to not being very knowledgeable about jazz, however, my source was a newspaper ad for the show specifically billing the group as "The Miles Davis Quintet". Do you have a source indicating that it was NOT Davis and 4 other jazzbos playing together? I do notice that a 1968 album MILES SMILES was billed as by the Quintet:
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/miles-davis-quintet/miles-smiles/

Antigua was indeed composed by Roland Prince in the link you provided here https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/miles-davis/1968/william-randolph-hearst-greek-theatre-berkeley-ca-33f6003d.html#sfmsesg43d4bb77 . But that doesn't mean it has to be considered an original by Roland Prince on setlist.fm.
It was first released by Lew Soloff which would have been the original were it not that 26 years after the original release it was released by Roland Prince himself. So that's the correct link to consider this song a Roland Prince original
https://secondhandsongs.com/work/235886/versions#nav-entity
https://www.setlist.fm/guidelines#covered-songs
Exception 1

If a songwriter writes a song for another artist or group which they were not a part of, and never records their own version of the song, then the song should be credited to the artist who released it first. If the songwriter does finally release their own version of the song, regardless of how many years have gone by, then the song should be credited back to the songwriter.

Please read
Titles of non-English songs are written with small letters (except for first word and proper nouns)
https://www.setlist.fm/guidelines
As far as capitalisation is concerned: Whenever in doubt, the capitalisation standards from musicbrainz.org apply.
https://wiki.musicbrainz.org/Category:Official_Style
https://wiki.musicbrainz.org/Style/Language/Dutch and other languages.

Here's a link with all doom artists, I guess some of the Japanese might be MF_DOOM
https://www.setlist.fm/setlists/doom-bd695da.html#

Anyone can change the artist, date, venue... by opening the (wrong) setlist , use the edit setlist next to the venue and choose either songs, venue, tour...
To be honest I don't know anything about MF DOOM or DOOM. I uploaded the setlist because the information I found talked about DOOM.

Hello

When creating https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/mf-doom/2014/kvs-brussels-belgium-3b83ece8.html and referring to my upload as a source https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/doom/2014/kvs-brussels-belgium-1bf3cd34.html is a wrong thing to do. Either I'm wrong by setting this as Doom and you can correct my setlist instead of creating a new one.
Yours will be deleted and if you change mine use a correct source.

The info for Vooruit reads
Vooruit was originally the festival and art center of the Ghent-based labor movement, with a ballroom, cinema, theater, etc. It is now mainly used for concerts and other cultural events.
Please use the correct venue
https://www.setlist.fm/venue/vooruit-concertzaal-ghent-belgium-13d271a5.html
https://www.setlist.fm/venue/vooruit-theaterzaal-ghent-belgium-1bd2cd90.html
https://www.setlist.fm/venue/vooruit-balzaal-ghent-belgium-13d2cd91.html
https://www.setlist.fm/venue/vooruit-cafe-ghent-belgium-53d2d7c5.html
https://www.setlist.fm/venue/vooruit-domzaal-ghent-belgium-3d2cd97.html

So the complex is called Vooruit, since setlists uses the seperate halls within a venue you need to choose the correct one.

OK then. I had no idea that was a Gong song. I just assumed it was on one of AMT's 4,000 albums I hadn't heard. Thanks for the explanation.

The link you posted doesn't list a song called "Om Riff".

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/You_(Gong_album)

What album is it actually on?

You may be interested in: https://ameblo.jp/speedguru/entry-12457822651.html. Kawabata's Blog, amongst all the photos of their food and hotel rooms. Kawabata also lists the setlists of most shows. occasionally he will give a title to Jam's, little interludes and also modified names to songs (usually if they are incorporating a major change to the song, which would be a staple of the tour)

I get what you are saying. And I agree, in part. Then we should use both forms of formatting when required. (<) used where full songs are played back to back and space-slash-space for where the band only played a portion or variation of the song, which they transitioned into a portion of another song. Unless we have the audio to confirm, then it should remain as the guidelined space-slash-space.

It would be great to have the songs listed nicely like, I could help too;
Dark Star Blues ("Does the Cosmic Shepherd Dream of Electric Tapirs?" version)
Dark Star Blues ("Reverse of Rebirth in Universe" version)
Dark Star Blues ("Astrorgasm From the Inner Space" version)

What about Cometary Orbital Drive?, The band only plays a portion of the 65min track. What would be the best way to have that?
Cometary Orbital Drive: Milky Way Star
Cometary Orbital Drive (Milky Way Star segment)
Milky Way Star (a section of Cometary Orbital Drive)
something else?

Venues should be named in the local language
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/hybryds/1992/sint-baafsabdij-ghent-belgium-5b8527ec.html
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/hybryds/1993/zoo-aquarium-antwerp-belgium-5b8527e4.html
https://www.setlist.fm/guidelines#glVenues

Location names should be in the local language (e.g. Olympiastadion instead of Olympic Stadium). If the location contains letters not supported, please use the transliterated version (e.g. Olimpijski instead of ...).
City names should be in the English version where possible (e.g. Vienna instead of Wien)

Please beware when creating a new city in Belgium it doesn't already exist, because I've just noticed you added Boechout and another one, which already existed. First thing to do is type in the name of the city, if it already exists, put it in the search box and add the non existing venue in the city you searched.
Also you added https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/totalselfhatred/2019/daelhemergroeve-valkenburg-netherlands-7382c631.html as Valkenberg in Belgium when in the description on the youtube page https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRN0kqBgbTw it's listed as Valkenburg in the Netherlands.

Setting up festivals is working again. Got the WFMU Fest for you...

Thanks

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