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December 16, 1999
Microtech Gefell m210 > Apogee AD-1000 > Sony D100 (@ 44.1 kHz)
Sony PCM-R500 > Tascam HD-P2 > CF card > usb > pc > WaveLab 5.01b (fades, patch) > CD Wave v1.95 > FLAC v1.1.2 (Level 8)
recorded by Beau Colburn
transferred by Jason Sobel (email@example.com)
seeded October 29, 2006
Beau borrowed the Apogee and D100 deck from Dave Flaschner to record this show.
The master DATs were used in this transfer.
Thanks to Beau for making a great recording, and thanks to Dave for letting me borrow the DATs.
Disc 1 - [71:14]
01 - [06:37] - Wilson >
02 - [10:36] - Chalk Dust Torture
03 - [02:55] - Lawn Boy
04 - [10:44] - Limb by Limb
05 - [03:59] - Horn
06 - [05:31] - Back on the Train
07 - [07:53] - Roggae
08 - [05:50] - Heavy Things
09 - [05:28] - Camel Walk
10 - [11:41] - Possum
Disc 2 - [76:10]
01 - [01:06] - intro crowd
02 - [22:28] - Sand
03 - [09:22] - The Mango Song
04 - [10:19] - Wading in the Velvet Sea >
05 - [21:44] - Tweezer >
06 - [08:00] - Runaway Jim
07 - [03:11] - encore break
Disc 3 - [08:07]
Set II continued
01 - [03:43] - Bittersweet Motel
02 - [04:24] - Tweezer Reprise
during Wilson, there were two very short drop-outs (both were present on the master DATs)
the two drop-outs occured at the following locations:
[05:12.326] to [05:13.034]
[06:16.226] to [06:16.876]
I fixed these drop-outs with "Phulcrum's Mystery Patch" and cross-faded so that it sounds smooth and seamless.
|Last seeder||Last activity 168 days, 01:56:44 ago|
|Size||866.43 MB (908520256 Bytes)|
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|Welcome back jason, congrats on your nuptials! And, thanks for this of course...
|Back at it,eh Jason. Hope you enjoyed the honeymoon!
|thanks for everyone's well wishes... yes, the honeymoon in France was fantastic. but I am seriously jetlagged, woke up at 3:30 this morning. going to work tomorrow is be rough.
|many thanks for unearthing this for us. this was one of my favorite shows of the 99 tour. to my ears,the "phulcrum's mystery patch" version was pretty muddy. i feel sure this will represent an upgrade.
|sand and tweezer are candidates for best versions ever played of these songs.
|I saw giant scissors coming out of the speaker stacks during the Tweezer! Also, the Possum reminded me of Popcorn in a microwave. This show beat the over-hyped Hampton run that followed, IMO. I remember a great yellow light show by CK. This was one of "those" shows. Me and my crew tripped balls. Ha Ha Ha, the memories. Ahh, the good ol' days.
|this would have been a sick show to trip balls to, especially the intense second set.
|I'm pretty sure everyone in the venue was on the fluff. I know I didnt feel the floor beneath my feet the whole night. This was truly a great show, and I'm really looking forward to hearing this. The acoustics there really suck and I havent heard a source that wasnt boomy yet.
1000 mahalos Jason. And my condolences on getting married :)
Congratulations my man "May the seed of your loin be fruitful in the belly of your woman" (Neil, from "The Young One's")
|i've got Sand booming out of the JBLs right now. this is the best recording of this killer show i've heard. i was quite spun for this one. brings back lots of good memories!
this Sand is unspeakable. like sailing through deep space with only Mike's relentless bassline to propel you. the boys hold this groove like it's the last song they're ever gonna play. Trey's funkin over backward loops... anyway, i'll shut up. a thousand thanks for this!
|i ate fluff at this show. the memories i have are the intense lights behind the stage during the Sand. this venue is old old and was like a big corridor. Mike had a bobble head doll or gorrila on his stacks and he kept playing with it between songs.
|I Saw 43 and this was my Favorite show for sure! everyone was fucked up and the vibe was great ind have never seen so many people making love to the wall and the floor! hehe, i was not fucked up, i had a bad sore throat so i was a supreme observer. That Tweezer blew my mind, a must listen for any true fan!!!!!!
|simply amazing tweezer, but still not as good as 2-28-2003 set 2 tweezer... these might be fighting words. Has a compilation of tweezers, like the REBA JAMS, GHoST Jams or GIN JAMS made it up here on bt? If someone has a one copy PHiRE it up please! Would also like to see HooD Jams and Hydro JAMS. Thanks for sharing.
|it's a different kind of tweezer than 2/28/03. the end of this version is glorious, like nothing i've ever heard before in a tweezer.
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