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January 18, 2008
House of Blues
Source: JW mod AKG 460/ck63 (DIN) > EAA PSP-2 > 722
Location: DFC ~ 45' from Stage ~ 7' High
Transfer: 722 > Firewire > Samplitude SE v8 > CD Wave 1.94.8
Lineage: 24bit/48kHz > 16bit/44.1kHz > FLAC (Level 8)
Editing: Samplitude: Resampled to 44.1kHz (Ultra High 2)
Waves L2: Threshold: -5; Dither to 16bit (IDR Type 1 Normal)
FLAC Frontend: FLAC Conversions (Level 8)
Taped and Edited by Mikey Jones (terrapinj AT gmail.com)
02 Skrunk >
03 32 Things
06 Conviction Song >
07 Brent Black
02 Blue Jeans Pizza*
03 Time Ed >
01 Rebubula >
02 Cathedral >
05 Raise A Glass intro
06 Raise A Glass
07 Seat Of My Pants
* w/ Steve Molitz (Particle)
Thanks for the Tracking Joe!
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|Size||1.013 GB (1087438004 Bytes)|
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|thanks for the hard work!
|Nearly four months after the fact, but worth the wait. If I recall, there were only 2 tapers there. The HOB was way oversold and would've been shut down if the fire marshall popped in.
This was the 2nd of 3 California shows and it was definitely the least of the three, but that's not saying it was bad. Far from it. Anything would've paled next to the mega throwdown in San Francisco the night before, so the boys were understandably tired.
The show starts off great with a nice Skrunk, but the LA crowd seemed like they didn't know the song. 32 Things raged. One of the best I've ever seen.
Highlight of the evening was the (arguably) definitive version of Blue Jeans Pizza. Steve from Particle threw down some major jams and the band was really inspired. The great single that never was.
Reboob sandwich with the first live electric Cathedral was sweet as well.
Get this one...it's a rare bird.
|Wow, you thought the guys were tired this night?? I thought the Fillmore was the best of the 3 too, but Hollywood was a rager! I agree that the BJP was one of the best ever played. Conviction Song>BB was great and also the She and Time Ed in set 2 were just burning.
Thanks for your efforts Mikey!
|somp encore cannot be overlooked
|i was the 2nd taper at that show i was using my laptop running taper steve's mics i would've posted my recording already but for some reason bullit got all jacked in my recording. anyways now i can fix it and upload my recording as well. and make a matrix of the show as well with the nugs.net release :-)
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