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Von Braun Civic Center
(reseeded, original taper and seeder unknown)
Source: Matrix, S1: FOB Schoeps cmc6 > Sonosax > D10 pro
S2: Matrix (60% FOB, 40% DSBD)
Transfer: (unknown) > wav>CDR>EAC>flac
Disc 1, Set 1:
2) Better Off >
4) Let's Get Down to Business
5) Radio Child >
6) Pilgrims >
7) Solace >
8) One by One
9) Maggot Brain >
10) Can't Get High
12) Papa's Home
Disc 2, Set 2:
2) Diner >
3) Porch Song >
5) I'm Not Alone >
6)Tie Your Shoes >
7) Arleen >
8) Vacation >
9) Drums >
1)Guilded Splinters >
2) Blackout Blues >
3) Contentment Blues >
4) Love Tractor
6) Can't Find My Way Home
* First time played
|Last seeder||Last activity 71 days, 02:46:16 ago|
|Size||1.073 GB (1152404683 Bytes)|
|Num files||28 files|
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|0 seeders, 1 leecher = 1 peer total|
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|Sick show right here......
From what I remember, the FOB in this mix is a very good aud recording. Panic was so hot back then, the setlist didn't even mean anything.
|I have the Gefell 300 recording of the whole show; I'll be interested to compare. Isn't this the Panic show many people rave about?
|YES - arguably the best show of all time, if you believe in such characterizations.
|LOL, aldogg.....I certainly have my favorites!
It's a fun topic to toss about. Strangely enough, some of my favorite shows, line up with some of the best "times" i've had.
I assume the 2nd set of this is somewhere out there in a DSBD recording?? Never seen it on anyones list....only the 2nd set matrix.
|has anybody compared the 2 sources?
|same here RJ34. I've yet to find the second set w/ only the DSBD and haven't found the 1st set in DSBD. I'm assuming no one got a DSBD patch until intermission. Gonna take a peak @ grandpuba; will see if that brings anymore insight into your question.
As for bill75, to be honest, it's been a bit since I listened to the Geffell source, but IMHO, I posted this source b/c I thought the sound was not as bassy. Again, only my opinion, but Geffell's seem to really fill out the lower spectrum, to the point where my speakers on my home system start distorting, not trying to offend taper. Actually, seems it's usually the GP-ADC 20 (Graham pattern...). I'm not by any means qualified to be a taper; am always curious about diff. techniques of recording live shows, the equipment used and what have you, but I couldn't even tell you if the GP-ADC-20 is a technique or a piece of hardware used to mimic the technique. What I do know is that, when applied, the lower end, again IMHO, take over the recording that no EQ can dismiss w/o taking away from Schools. That being said, I posted this b/c IMHO I thought this the better of the 2 sources. Just listened to this source last night and was very pleased w/ its quality. Hope you all enjoy. Sorry I had to EAC this. When I got this, I didn't think it was important to burn BU's. Now as discs get scratched or lost, I understand its importance as well as in all actuality, coming off a CDR, even w/ EAC technically makes this a lossy format, or at least more so than the originals. But everything digital is lossy. That's nit picking, but to some it matters, and being nonjudgmental, I understand their reasoning.
Looks like this should have been posted earlier. Was a little surprised at the # of peps the jumped on this. This is my first time posting on etree. I'm glad I could be of some service. Be courtious and keep seeding once your DL is complete. Thank you.
|BTW, the EAC logs are included in this torrent
|I know there's a lot of Ned's in the world, but you wouldn't happen to be the Ned who turned me on to Little Feet while camping outside of Red Rocks in 1999 is it? Kyle
|I've only been to Red Rocks once; it was the summer of 1999; and as I recall I was blaring out some Little Feat in the lots. So, yes, there's a pretty good chance that was me. Let's see, I was in a 1993 green Honda Accord w/ a bubble on the top. Was with a couple, Danton and Emily, and we were selling the mess out of fat tires all three nights. Does any of that sound familiar. I was at the big camp sight; can't remember the name of it, but I remember we had to wear bracelets. There was also another couple, Brad Heglar and some little cutie we picked up in Mud Island. We were camping about 100 feet from a couple who were selling plate size pancakes in the AM (that I remember; they borrowed a scrub pad from us and gave us free breakfast for the three mornings. At that time, I was heavily influenced by The Band, Little Feat... 'Time is a Hero', yeah, actually, i really remember being into little Feat @ that time... 'Fat Man in the Bathtub'. And to be honest, there really arent that many Ned's, @ least @ that time, who were following WSP. In 2000 (summer) I met one other, a red head who lived in the mid-west. I was wearing out a big Woolly Mammoth t, a C. Brown t, and my fav., a green tie dye GD shirt w/ a dancing bear that said, 'Nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile. So, I seriously wouldn't doubt that that Ned was me.
Now there are quite a few Kyle's in the world. You wouldn't happen to be an old friend of Danton Parker from Lagrange, GA would you. Once lived in Houston, moved to Orlando? I have a feeling that's not you, but holy shit. Eight years and you remember a guy named Ned that turned you on to Little Feat? You've got some memory, either that or you really, I mean really dug that band. Check it, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. pls write back to me. W/ your amazing memory, you prolly remember the name of the camp sight. If it's the same one, I think I'm your man, musically speaking of course. So seriously, lets catch up w/ one another... My email's up top. That's so fucking cool!!
|I was just talking a couple of days ago about the Arleen from this show, declaring it the Greatest Arleen EVER. Later I got to thinkin' that it may be the best overall WSP SHOW EVER. Opinions vary, of course, but I guarantee everyone will love this show. Thanks, Ned!
|Can't keep a good show down...
Can't wait to hear this. Matrixes = teh sweetness
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