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Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY
Neumann u89i (Hypercards, 80Hz rolloff)->
Audio Magic Spellcaster XLR->
Apogee MiniMe (Softlimit, 16/48)->
Montego II S/PDIF->
Steinberg Wavelab 4.0c->
Taped and Converted by: Bryan Austin
01 - 77:12 - Set 1
01 - 00:36 - Set 1 Intro
02 - 06:15 - Rift
03 - 09:27 - Julius
04 - 05:23 - Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey
05 - 16:09 - Waves
06 - 04:34 - Gumbo
07 - 04:58 - Water in the Sky
08 - 03:52 - Horn
09 - 02:32 - Poor Heart
10 - 23:26 - Drowned
02 - 76:59 - Set 2
01 - 00:41 - Set 2 Intro
02 - 19:03 - Seven Below->
03 - 12:21 - Ghost->
04 - 21:16 - Twist
05 - 23:38 - You Enjoy Myself
03 - 07:27 - Encore
01 - 07:27 - E: Good Times Bad Times
Late Show, Ed Sullivan Theater
On the Marquee!
New York, NY
taped a few feet from the mini-stacks across the street from the marquee,
on stand 4ft high.
source: Schoeps MK4 -> KC5 actives -> CMC5 -> Sonosax SX-M2 -> D100
Transfer: DAP1 -> Echo Mia 2496 -> CD Wave -> flac
taped by Eliot Byron (he's back!!!)
1. Scents and Subtle Sounds
2. Scents and Subtle Sounds
5. Chalkdust Torture
7. Tweezer Reprise
this is a GEM!!!!!
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|My last show, thanks for posting. Will always be a little disappointed that they encored with a cover song. Thanks for this!
|I wish this was my last show I also went to Coventry and now hate the band because of there horrible performance.
That is too bad.
I love the Letterman performance. Wish SASS had more time to grow/develop.
Phish told me that they hate you because you use the incorrect forms of "their"
|yeah, I heard from some wook, that phish loves internet trolls.
|This too was my last show and my first trip to SPAC.
My first show? 1995-06-23, Stanhope NJ second set closer was GTBT
Be Good, Phamily...
BTW, I met the head of security for All Good. He told me that doing the festivals is great for him because he listens to country/western and doesn't have to sweat missing the shows at the "hippie festivals". He also told me JEMP are seriously talking about a reunion. I guess it could be close to true, since Trey is on the right path now anything is possible(his folks live in the town where I work and a friend of mine works at the country club where they hang out and he gets to rap with them like once or twice a week, they say he is doing very well, high spirits and good health).
I wouldn't hold my breath for All Good or a Halloween or another NYE reunion though...but....
|Can someone talk about the Marquee performance? I'm curious to see how different the two Scents' are, as well as the Chalkdust jam and Tweezer > Tweezer Reprise.
very interesting that you chose these for the Funk Trench project, Phan. Any specific reasons why?
btw, this Drowned is sick. The 2nd set is a fuckin smoker too. I think the Twist is definitely the highlight of that 2nd set.
man... and to think of how stupid my death-metal-obsessed mind was at the time to turn down pavillion miracles for both nights just because the girl offering was pretty freakin' annoying.....
|"He also told me JEMP are seriously talking about a reunion. I guess it could be close to true, since Trey is on the right path now anything is possibl... I wouldn't hold my breath for All Good or a Halloween or another NYE reunion though...but...."
|2nd night at spac was incredible
...my last show too
I think the 2nd set of 06/20 is one of the better PH sets they performed, and I think it's much better than several of the other Junes shows from that tour. As for the Letterman, appearance, its worth the download, trust me. I like this show more than some of the others because it has some funk, but its also very psychedelic and it has a "free flowing" feel to it.
|The Letterman show deserves a listen, if nothing else than the fact that they were playing on the marquee with hundreds of people below them in the streets watching and jamming. lucky for me i happened to be in manhattan at the time. not quite sure why they played 2 Scents, maybe the first was for the Letterman show or a rehearsal for the show, and the 2nd was the 'official' one. the rest of the songs were pretty good, it was awesome to hear them bust out 2001, and the crowd went wild for every song played. there weren't any extended jams and all the songs were fairly short but sweet. give it a listen!
|Phan - I totally agree with you about the 2nd set. Its funny, because I almost see Ghost as the low point of that set, which I think really says something about the quality of the performances.
I never liked Seven Below much, still dont, but this version really is incredible. The jamming is so on-point, and everyone is locked in and listening very well. I think the boys were really just looking to blow off steam and just jam the shit out of SPAC once more. Honestly, I think this 2nd set was inspired by the Drowned that capped off Set 1. They were obviously dialed in, and knew it, and therefore knew what their mission had to be for Set 2, along with not having played You Enjoy Myself yet.
|incredible show. the jam out of waves is the heat, as well as the tap dance. the 2nd set slammed the place. i was knee deep in it once rockandroll mike took it out. complete hose. it was also the first YEM since treys comments about caricatures and not wanting to tour around the country playing you enjoy myself for his childrens friends. you can hear him chuckle as he lets out "shit".
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