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Brass Lantern, Reading Pa
Field: Onstage Recording
2xSennheiser441+1xNakamichi700 Cardioid Capsule
Master DAT>DTC60es>CD-R masters>xACT extraction>OS X 10.5>xACT>FLAC
SBE Free. Files encoded @ level 8.
Taped AND transferred by padelimike
Disc 1: total time 79:24.50
1: Intro 0:52.72
2: Space In Between 14:32.59
3: Countless Dimensions 13:46.10
4: Nematode 15:59.70
5: Did Fatt 18:35.53
6: The Jump-Off 15:37.11
Disc 2: total time 79:57.15
1: Intro 1:28.06
2: "Acid Jazz">Juggernaut 20:31.69
3: Lucid awakening 15:36.52
4: Flower Sermon 19:07.04
5: Sunrain 11:50.49
6: Encore-Philly Hit 11:22.60
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|Don't miss the Lotus Jam Cruise 2008-01-08 mk4-cmc6.flac16---->
http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=512212 ! Let's see if I remember......
"Organic Ambient Trance Funk"? So mesmerizing and enjoyable, I forgot I was taping!
|Congratulations Mike. Nice to see you've got the bt thing down.
Looking forward to many more kind seeds, thanks!
|And who's this character, 'PAdeliMike', anyway?? ;-)
Reading, huh? isn't that in the boonies where it's nice n' quiet??
|Hey there, padelimike.
Glad to see you upping some of your fine recordings.
Thanks for this one, and I will be sure to check out the jam cruise set.
I have enjoyed some of the late night jams from previous jamcruises on the archive.org
|Can't take credit for that crispy Jamcruise post, sunra, I only have 1 other lotusvibe and it's the Brass Lantern show before this Brass Lantern show. I don't have a date or a songlist for it, or I'd transfer and seed that one, too. Little help with that, anyone? By the way, this venue is pretty cool for anyone-not sure lotus could fit in it anymore.
|Thanks again, padelimike.
Two of the jam cruise 6 late night jam room soundboards are up on Jeromesplace.net, courtesy of Charlie Miller. Mike, if you are not registered there, I am sure either J or I can get you an 'invite', if you are interested.
|Thanks for the seeding help, folks! Found the date of the unlabeled Brass Lantern show-it's 4-25-2003-an ironic date for me! There is no setlist posted, so I guess I'll ask for that help when I seed it later this week. The recording technique was the same as this one, and I believe it to be uncirculated. Didn't realize that a bunch of folks in the lotus community would already have the 9-26 from the archive!
|My mistake-not in the archive.
|holy cow! i've only listened to the first disc and this is amazing! i'm relatively new to this band, i've seen them twice the past few months, but this 2003 show sounds a lot more funky and spacey... can anyone recommend anymore early recordings (on here or at archive.org) by these guys?
i last saw them a few weeks ago before newyears in chicago. great show. does anyone know if it was recorded?
thanks a bunch for this show. it sounds great too...but the bass is usually pretty low in my opinion (unless maybe i don't have a big enough soundsystem!). i noticed this on other lotus recordings and when i've seen them live, too. they have to turn that bass up!
|Thanks for the kind words, Brian. It's not uncommon for the bass drum to obscure the bass guitar a little in small-club recordings. I developed this onstage technique in the early 80's, to help some local bands work out their live arrangements. If you use headphones, it'll put you in the middle of the stage, with the drums all around you!
|actually i noticed the drums! i recently got a small 5.1 surround system for my room and while i was dancing around to this i kept on looking over my shoulder wondering where the drumhits were coming from...
anyways, lotus is opening for sts9 in st. louis in a few weeks... i wish i could go but i'll probably only see the sts9 show here in chicago. i need more lotus!!
|Don't we all, brian, don't we all!
|Sorry so slow, I've shut everything else off in my Azureus. Hang in there. I promise it'll be worth it!
|Started seeing lotus in '04, there were about 50 - 75 ppl at my first show. Its great to see how far theyve come. This one looks absolutely incredible. I'll have to snatch it up this weekend!
|2 today-cool. Hope you enjoy!
Posted the LMA link in the torrent info-didn't know DB did not have that link.
|Today is the release date for "Once More Into the Bliss" on Dig/Ryko!
"Bands happen because they’re meant to be...because they contain an energy that simply must find expression. Once these five acquaintances started jamming together, the music created its own momentum. Inspired by their predecessors: The Grateful Dead, New Riders Of The Purple Sage, Railroad Earth and Yonder Mountain String Band, Boris Garcia has cleverly twisted the free-form spirit of the Jam Band scene with folk, jazz, blues and the joyous fluidity of Bluegrass music to forge their own sound: Jam Grass. “Once More Into The Bliss” is the newest offering from Boris Garcia and features guest appearances from Buddy Cage (New Riders) and Donna Jean-Godchaux-MacKay (Grateful Dead)."
2. She Wasn't Born To Follow
3. Through The Window
5. Lover Tonight
7. River Man
8. The Ballad of Captain Jack
9. Everything's Going To Be Fine
10. Other Side
11. Beautiful Again
|updated link for Once More Into the Bliss: