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|Show||Medeski Martin and Wood (acoustic) 4-25-2007 - The Egg - Albany, NY - Schoeps ccm4 (4th row)|
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|Description||Medeski Martin and Wood (acoustic)|
Source: (4th row center) Schoeps ccm4>Sonosax sx-m2>Apogee Mini-Me>d100
Recorded by: Dave Dumas
Transfer: Sony R500>E-Magic 62A>USB II>I-Book G4>Spark>Xact>FLAC
Transferred and Tracked by: Dave Flaschner
Seeded by: Scott Gordon (email@example.com)
01. Improv >
02. New Tune(?) - Jazzy Swing
03. Bass Solo >
04. Mami Gato
05. New Tune(?) - Chaos >
06. New Tune(?) - Bluesy
07. New Tune(?) - Very Nice
08. New Tune(?) - Very Nice cont'd > Drum Solo> Open Improv >
09. New Tune(?) - Rolling Piano Blues w/Night Marcher-ish bassline
01. New Tune(?) - Moody feel
02. Nostalgia In Times Square/Angel Race > Open Improv
03. Improv ?
04. New Tune(?) - Bloody Oil-ish Bassline > Open Improv >
05. Tubby >
06. You Haven't Done Nothin +
07. What'd I Say %
+ Stevie Wonder Tune
% Ray Charles Tune
Brief dropout occurs during d2t01 @ 5:12
|Type||Medeski, Martin & Wood|
|Last seeder||Last activity 1259 days, 17:22:14 ago|
|Size||803.85 MB (842896105 Bytes)|
|Num files||19 files|
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|oh hell yeah!
thanks for the alternate source
|thanks to all involved getting this show posted so quickly!
|Thanks for seeding this for me Scott. Oh and we should all thank Mr. Dumas for runnin' the rig this night.....so I didnt have too!
|Yeah thanks for this one guys...always enjoy your recordings.
Regarding the setlist, set 2 track 3 is most likely a tune as well, not an Improv...I guess they played it the next night as well...it sounds familiar, like some weird cover....it put a couple of us in mind of a couple of different Beatles tunes...
|nice work dave and dave as well a big mellow hello to our new west coaster scotty g :)
|come on Mikey, wher's the Langerado dvd's???
|DLed this one a few days ago.
You won't regret it, this show has a definite Dave Brubeck vibe in places. Lovin' it!
This is a new source, put up hours ago.
|Here's an admittedly scanty setlist, but follows the tracking for this source:
01. Improv > New Tune(?) - Jazzy Swing [@5:20]
02. Bass Solo > Mami Gato
03. New Tune(?) - Chaos >
04. New Tune(?) - Bluesy
05. New Tune(?) - Very Nice
06. New Tune(?) - Very Nice cont'd > Drum Solo > Open Improv >
07. New Tune(?) - Rolling Piano Blues w/Night Marcher-ish bassline
01. New Tune(?) - Moody/Latin feel
02. Nostalgia In Times Square/Angel Race >
03. Nostalgia In Times Square/Angel Race cont'd >
04. Open Improv > New Tune(?) - Beatles-ish feel [@3:44]
05. New Tune(?) - Bloody Oil-ish Bassline >
06. Open Improv >
02. You Haven't Done Nothin +
03. You Haven't Done Nothin cont'd +, 'Billy speaks /Crowd' [@0:53]
04. What'd I Say %
...which means it's actually the latter part d2t04 I was referring to in my comment above as being an actual tune (same as set2t03 of the Neumann source).
|Sorry,my tracking was off.Transferred in the night,tracked it out early morning,so I could get it out in the mail to Scotty. Flame away!
|Oh, I ain't flaming...just noting the tracking is all....happy to have my ears hear it is the main thing...
|my 1st MMW show, i'm glad to have it, however i gotta say i almost fell asleep in the 2nd set. They really lost me for a while in the first set too, about 30 minutes in. I could hear snoring a few rows behind me, so i knew it wasn't just me. I think i just got a poor introduction to a good band, i'll definitely give them one more chance, hopefully with an organ next time.
|onemanband, you actually got a killer introduction to this band...so, if you didn't like this gig, I'm not sure what to tell you man -- not being a dick because to each his own, but just had to say I'm lovin' what I hear and I ain't sleepy at all. I listen to MMW a lot, and this gig is very, very sweet to my ears...granted, I got bit by their electric music first, but many fans consider the acoustic realm to be the band's best...I don't favour one over the other because I think they are incredible in either setting. I say give this one another listen and just hear the communication between these guys....they are so locked in, even on a bad night (for them), that it's almost scary....and I ain't saying this gig is a bad night for these guys...give it another listen...
|duggy - you've gotta admit, this show was a little intense - heavy on the free jazz angle, y'know? Perhaps hard for someone who'd never seen them before to appreciate? Having never caught a casually funked out, chiller style electric show? Like you said you "listen to MMW a lot," and onemanband might not.
In summation: this show was awesome, but onemanband - KEEP AT IT! See them electric. It's unbelievable (search for the '06 Skidmore show).
|dandanman - I agree with your sentiment about the show perhaps being a little intense, for sure...especially if you're new to the band. And I was actually trying to be positive just as you were...but wasn't so successful in my delivery...I was in no way trying to be down on onemanband for not digging the show...
onemanband - listen to dandanman...but I was merely pointing out that their acoustic gigs are always hot, and this one is no exception...but I can see how it could seem a little open for somebody just coming for the first time (I know it did for me) and most likely expecting something a little more groovier....when the groove is there, it's there...and when the groove is not there, it's there - it just requires a little more intent in one's listening...and that's part of what I love about these guys...perhaps more than other bands on this board I find MMW require patience in one's listening, which is part of the fun and is always rewarded...
But as I said, I listen to a lot of MMW and I've got a bit of an addiction me thinks...
|Addiction, habit - call it what you will. But you're right, MMW does require patience, and probably a little bit of practice, too - and that makes it MUCH more rewarding.
Along those lines, though, I often find the Open/free stuff to be more of something I academically appreciate (their ability to pull off), and actively appreciate less than I do the groovier stuff.
That being said, "when the groove is not there, it's there" <-- f'sho'.
jacksonville jazzfest november 1996!!!
please please please add my first show to the shack project!!!!!
never had a copy
show was broadcast on both local public radio and TV...why isn't there a copy of the board out there????
ISO please help...never had a copy
also...mmw is jazz...it takes time to witness the several snakeskin layers of this band....took me like 20 shows to see how many different bands this band can be
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