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|Show||Phil and Friends 9-30-2007 Paolo Soleri|
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|Description||Phil Lesh and Friends|
Santa Fe, NM
September 30, 2007
Source: Milab VM-44 Link -> Lunatec V2 -> Korg MR-1000 (1bit/2.8MHz DSD)
Transfer: Korg MR-1000 -> AudioGate (16/44) -> CD Wave -> FLAC
2. Good Loviní
3. You Donít Know How It Feels
4. The Wheel
5. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
6. Mississippi 1/2 Step
7. So Hard To Find My Way
8. Casey Jones
9. Cold Rain And Snow
10. Mexican Girl
1. Cumberland Blues
2. Gone Wanderin'
4. Eyes Of The World
6. Help On The Way
8. Franklinís Tower
10. The Weight
|Type||Phil Lesh & Friends|
|Last seeder||Last activity 24 days, 16:50:59 ago|
|Size||774.35 MB (811966884 Bytes)|
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|Thank you; Chicago, here we come!!!
|Looks like the big extended jams are far and few between.... Hopefully they will find a groove, so far only the 2nd sets seem to be serving up the bigger open jams. Great tunes, good sound, still a super fun show!! Help> Slip> Frank!! Glad to see it made it's way out, still looking for that 1st Shakedown..
|ill be honest here..
first off nakguy, this is a phenominal recording. very wide frequency, nice seperation and clear vocals...well done( as always with yer stuff!!)
as for the long jams, i for one would get simply Lost in the PLQ extendo jams. Sometimes they worked and sometimes they didn't. and when they didn't PLQ shows could be full train wrecks in my humble opinion.
I think Phil has taken note of that fact. These shows are very "stripped down" so to speak. they are playing the HEART of the tunes and doing it very well. For me the LACK of the 22 minute segues make this music more digestable than the PLQ. the band seems to make sure thay stay with in the theme of the tune.
Something the GD always seemed to do was hang on to a single thread of a song they were jamming out , so you always knew the corner could turn and they'd be right back in it. I feel This new P&F honors that musical tradition
just my 2 cents, jamie
|Thanks for the up! I'd have to agree with rusty,The sax in previous P&F was'nt gettin it for me.With Jackie I like the arrangements more,given some time I think the long jams can happen,gotta give it time.By the end of this tour jackie should be broke in!
|Thanks for posting this! I was at the show and for me the cumberland was the highlight. Cambell is a monster on that telecaster! A good show, but I miss the Quintet (or a least Warren).
|can't wait..Chicago...3 nights...almost like the Uptown runs...can'frickin' wait..
|Here's a writer who could care less that Warren and his McCullough 26" chainsaw isn't around.
Diggin all 3 nites of the opening weekend's shows. This one (Santa Fe) has got a real nice warm sound to it and distinct separation . Terrific recording all around; one of the best I've heard.
As for the jamz, how about the 'space' out of Mountains into v2 of the Dark Star the previous nite? That was out there.
It should only get better by the time they roll into town (NYC)
|YOU DONT KNOW HOW IT FEELS....I am still downloading...Tom Petty song?
|Phil has officially jumped the shark w Tom Petty
I rarely see NM shows make their way here. Thanks for the up.
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