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|Artist||Medeski, Martin & Wood|
|Show||MMW - 07/02/95 - Moe's Mo'roc'n Café, Seattle, WA - DSBD cassette [The Shack Project]|
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|Torrent||mmw1995-07-02.dsbdcass.flac16.torrent (click to download)|
|db link||http://db.etree.org/shn/86706 | Show | Source|
|Description||Medeski, Martin and Wood|
July 02, 1995
Moe's Mo'roc'n Café
Source: DSBD > Cassette (unknown gen) > ? > DAT
Transfer: R500 > Audiophile 2496 > Soundforge 8 > CDWave > Flac level 8
Transfer by: Mike Vescovo (email@example.com) on 5/19/07
One Set Only:
04. The Lover
05. Lonely Avenue
06. Chubb Sub
07. Crosstown Traffic
* There is a skip during The Lover perhaps to a tape flip. Some music is definitely
missing, albeit not a lot.
|Type||Medeski, Martin & Wood|
|Last seeder||Last activity 152 days, 12:40:48 ago|
|Size||475.82 MB (498929831 Bytes)|
|Num files||9 files|
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|- THE SHACK PROJECT --
This is an effort to seed all existing MMW shows, and yes, preserving the original SHN/FLAC filesets. The seeding will proceed chronologically starting with the earliest known circulating fileset.
Thanks to MMW for allowing their music to be recorded....really, thank you.
Huge thanks goes out to the tapers, without whom this wouldn't be possible...and those that have helped get the tunes to our ears.
And thanks to the other 4 guys I've dragged into this and who seem committed to the cause: Louie, Mike Tom & Todd....we're all listening to these shows and hopefully circulating the best versions.
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MMW Performance History @ http://twilightsw.com/mmw - this is a fantastic resource that limits you to being able to look at info on gigs by MMW and related side projects and guest appearances; big thanks to Tom for creating this page.
I can be reached here: rshannon AT unb DOT ca
enjoy the grooves,
Louie, Mike, Tom, Todd & dug
|Alright, here's a sweet little show from a very hot MMW month from 1995.
There is quite a bit of tape hiss on this one. I tried to find upgraded sources through the usual avenues but my search came up empty. I also tried to remove the tape hiss but couldn't find a comfortable balance where the hiss was significantly reduced but the highs were still intact. Whenever I was able to successfully remove the tape hiss the highs would end up being destroyed. And whenever I was able to keep the highs, the difference in noise from the tape hiss was negligible at best.
Anyhow, I hope all the other MMW addicts out there enjoy this show. It starts off similar to that virtually all improv Itch show I uploaded a while back where Medeski starts to play along with the house music and segue into a tune, in this case a typically slamming Sequel.
|thanks for the new 95 mike, damn fine work ya'll are doing over there at the shack project. also a reminder i have a couple dvd's i need to burn off and send you way ;) peace
|Thank you for this MM&W show and for all your work, Mike!
|I recorded this off the board myself way back in the day. Hopefully I can find my original cassette master and give ya'll an upgrade. Cheers, Toby
|hell yeah. thanks toby. hopefully you can find it.
|where can i ask for shack project reseeds?
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