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Lebanon Opera House
Source: Nak300 > Hydra > W+Mod UA-5 > H120
xfer: H120 > Audacity (level,fade) > flac
Setup: NOS, Left side of venue, 12' stand
taped/xfer/seeded by: SmokinJoe
1. All That You Dream
2. The Blues Don't Tell It All
3. Cold, Cold, Cold
4. Down The Road
5. Time Loves A Hero
6. Day Or Night
7. New record info
8. Sailin' Shoes
10. Jamaican National Anthem Intro
11. Don't Bogart That Joint My Friend
12. Willing, part 2
13. Truck Stop Girl
1. Rag Mama Rag
2. Cat Fever
3. Dixie Chicken
4. Bass solo
5. Key solo
6. Dixie Chicken continued
8. Fat Man in the Bath Tub
9. Get Up Stand Up
10. Fat Man continued
Thanks to the crowd around me for being so cooperative!
|Last seeder||Last activity 8:09 ago|
|Size||702.15 MB (736254088 Bytes)|
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|Thanx Joe! Looking forward to this! :)
|A grab for sure. Thanks Smokin Joe
|Hey,Joe! Fast turn around! Nice meeting you last night. Great show and a great crowd. I got a busy weekend coming up.Ill email you sometime next week about some other uncirculated LOH shows. Looking forward to hearing your source for this show. I missed about thirty seconds at the beginning on my source due to some late arrivers tromping into my section. Thanks for the seed!
|I beg of anyone who taped Robert Hunter at the LOH in '03 to please circulate that!!!!!!!!! I promise to wash your car once a week!!!
|Enjoy folks! Big thanks to Albix for help with the tracking!
This tape has what I will call a "taper friendly audience". It's cool to yell and scream between songs, or at the end of a jam, etc... that's what concerts are for. And then when the sweet part of the music is playing they listen politely, so that everyone at the show can hear (including my mics). This is what helps us make great tapes to share.
Thank you for your cooperation!
|LOH for the most part is very taper friendly both staff and audience and so some very fine tapes have been made there. The antithesis of this show was a show I taped front row center at the Flynn Theater in Burlington,VT in 2003 or so.Old @ In The Gray showed up and it was a sold out show.The place is 1000 seats or so.The show starts and theres 300 ticketless people outside. So, the only logical thing to do was to let them all in! What could have been a good recording turned into a nightmare of bored college kids and assorted drunks braying into my mikes during tunes like Poncho@Lefty and Land of the Navaho.So, yes to have a place as accomodating as the Opera house and its audiences in general is a blessing indeed. Thanks to the patrons of this show and the others in the past for helping us capture the moment so others who couldnt be there can share in the music with high quality recordings such as this one.
|Thanks! Superb sound on this one. Gotta love those Nak300's!
I couldn't agree with you more about the Lebanon Opera House, having covered the place for a number of years, for a daily newspaper that shall remain nameless :-)
I couldn't help but be intrigued by your reference to uncirculated recordings.
Hopefully I have material that could interest you in parting with certain shows....?
Sorry I missed this one.
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