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|Artist||Medeski, Martin & Wood|
|Show||MMW - El Ray Theatre, Los Angeles, CA - 1997-04-12.ElRay.akg414.89131.flac16 [The Shack Project] **UNCIRCULATED**|
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|Description||Medeski Martin and Wood|
April 12, 1997
El Ray Theatre
Los Angeles, CA
Source: most likely AKG 414 mics > Sonosax SX-M2 > HHB 1-Pro
CD > FLAC: CD > EAC (offsets, secure) > Shntool join > CDWave > Flac lvl 8
CD > FLAC by: Mike Vescovo (firstname.lastname@example.org) on 11/12/07
Pops/clicks repaired, volume adjustments, retracking:
Ferret > Soundtrack Pro 2 > xACT (fix SBEs,FLAC Level 8)
by Tom Luhrs (mmw AT twilightsw DOT com) - Dec 20 2007
-== One Set Only ==-
01. Start/Stop >
02. Fast Clicks >
03. Disrobe >
04. Bass Solo >
06. Latin Shuffle
07. Everyday People
08. Night Marchers
01. Coconut Boogaloo
03. Encore: Hip Chops
d1t07 slight cut during crowd noise near end of track
|Type||Medeski, Martin & Wood|
|Last seeder||Last activity 820 days, 20:18:22 ago|
|Size||475.48 MB (498578487 Bytes)|
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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.
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enjoy the grooves,
Louie, Mike, Tom, Todd & dug
|Another new '97 show to circulate... Thanks again to Mike for providing this show, too.
This was an evening show, after they did The Message music festival earlier that day at Pomona College. I guess they must have been just warming up at the festival, because this show smokes!
|Nice job on this one Tom!
Listening to this now and it's definitely pushing the right buttons.
Love me some Disrobe! Such a dark tune....
|I just have to let folks know that Tom spent muchos hours working on this show to fix it up nice and clean for our listening pleasure...thanks man...
And, it's a kickin' show taboot! Love Disrobe and Fast Clicks...it's too bad those tunes aren't played at all...
|Thank you Tom! Thank you Mike!
As always The Shack Project rocks!
Nice work on this Tom.
|thanks a ton!
|I'm confused... There are two shows, seeded days apart, both with a date of 4/12/97. mmwsetlists.com and Tom's site also list both of these shows as 4/12/97.
Did they actually do two gigs on the same day?! Even though Pomona is close to LA, it seems a logistical nightmare to do two shows at different venues in one day. That said, there are no "holes" in the schedule around this date, so it seems possible from that standpoint.
Not trying to stir up trouble, just noticed this and didn't see any comments about it for either show.
|Yes, listen to the end of the afternoon show... and you'll hear Billy say that we'll see you tonight at the El Ray. -Tom
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