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|Artist||Medeski, Martin & Wood|
|Show||MMW 11-9-96 The Intersection Grand Rapids, MI (helping "The Shack Project")|
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|Torrent||mmw1996-11-09.flac16.torrent (click to download)|
|db link||http://db.etree.org/shn/84704 | Show | Source|
|Description||Medeski, Martin, & Wood|
Grand Rapids, MI
November 9, 1996
Source: AKG C1000's (X/Y) > Sony D7 DAT (FOB about 20 feet from stage) (Huge thanks to Fierce for use of his rig!)
Transfer: Master DAT > s/pdif to Sound Devices USBPre > Powerbook G4 (via Peak @ 16/48) > Spark XL 2.02 used for re-sampling & tracking > CD-R
Flac conversion: CD-R's ripped with Toast Titanium 7.1.2 (no SBE's found) > flac (xACT level 8)
Recorded, transfered, & flac'd by taperjoe
Disc 1 - set 1:
2. Last Chance To Dance Trance (Perhaps)
4. Wiggly's Way
5. Crosstown Traffic
Disc 2 - set 2:
3. Night Marchers
4. Jelly Belly
2. Chubb Sub
3. Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus?
|Type||Medeski, Martin & Wood|
|Last seeder||Last activity 655 days, 06:02:48 ago|
|Size||814.59 MB (854162216 Bytes)|
|Num files||17 files|
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|This was listed as one of the shows needed for the Shack Project. I think I uploaded shn's to the old chubbsub server a couple of years ago, here we have flacs.
Does anyone have Mark Linton's source of this show? He's the guy requesting "Lonely Ave." in between some songs.
|Thanks man! Appreciate this popping up...is this a fresh transfer and FLAC version of this source:
Thanks again for sharing...looking forward to hearing this...
|Noice! Thanks mang!
|This is that same source. It is not a new transfer, but a rip of the cd's made from the original transfer. I'm not sure if the original DATs are still accessible.
http://db.etree.org/shn/25835 - I probably have those original shn's, it would take some looking, & I would gladly upload them if needed.
Unfortunately, the original DATs of this show are gone. They didn't survive a move of a few years ago. I wish I would have kept them now, or shipped them all off to someone that could transfer them...
I also can't seem to find a CD rip of the DATs that I would have done a few years ago, so I'm afraid I don't have any of my original stuff. Bummer.
|Mark - long time!! Did you move far or still Chicago area? I remember coming to your apartment & drooling over hundreds of GD DATs about 10 years ago (maybe more?). Good to know you're here!
I figured I'd ask for your source since you had the more serious rig. This version sounds fine, but it was still worth a try. A while back someone seeded your recordings of the Elbo Room shows, I wonder if that person has copies of your version of this show?
|Taperjoe, I see my wondering about this being a fresh transfer was already anwered in your Source info in the textfile - sorry for not reading it more carefully. But thanks for ripping the source CDs you had...next best thing to the DAT I think....
Mark, were you DATs for this AKG source? I notice somebody in db.etree is listing audio discs from a Schoeps source...which would be nice to hear as well...
Regardless, I'm simply happy to be able to hear the show...gonna give it a listen this afternoon...thanks guys....
|This AKG source is the recording that I made. I borrowed the rig at the time so I didn't keep the DAT's. This transfer was made (by me) a couple of years ago, & I could ask Fierce if he still has the master to do a fresh transfer.
I also wonder about the Schoeps source. I think Mark was using KM140's?
I actually prefer Andrew Loewenstein's KM140 copy of the Elbo Room shows. That show was my first ever that I taped myself, and I was a few feet deeper than Andrew, and I was running the Octava MC012's at that time. They're a little boomy. I tried those through the summer, but finally gave up and bought the Schoeps CMC64's > Beyer > DA-P1 rig that I ran up until the end of '97 when I sold the taping gear and bought a townhouse.
I'm still in Naperville, but moved when I got married (oops!) and now I'm single again...
|If you find a copy of my Intersection/Grand Rapids show - let me know. I was BLOWN away by that opening improv portion of the show.
Joe, I'm trying to put a face with the name but I'm struggling!
|Mark, my last name is Perona. It's been a long time (10 years or so), but I was right next to you at this Grand Rapids show, we were watching each other's gear. I came to your place once & remember seeing hundreds of GD DATs, I think we made a couple trades.
I'm in Elmhurst, maybe I'll see you at a show sometime?
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