|Artist||Medeski, Martin & Wood|
|Show||MMW acoustic @ 92 St. Y, Tribeca, New York, NY 2009-02-17 Schoeps in hat BY REQUEST|
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|Description||Medeski Martin & Wood acoustic|
92nd Street Y, Tribeca
New York, NY
Schoeps CMC64 (in hat, cetner, FOB in sweet spot) -> Sound Devices 722(@24/96). FLAC File processing in SoundForge Audio Studio 9.0c
(Peak Level Normalize to 0db; resample to 44.1 with interpolation accuracy 4, anti-alias filter; 24->16 bit highpass triangular
dither with high pass contour noise shaping); Tracked in cdwav
4. Free Go Lilly
5. Muchos Gracias
7. Riffin’ Ed
2. Baby Goats
3. "Chaos" >
5. "Rolling Piano Blues"
6. Dollar Pants
7. Amber Gris
8. encore break
9. Wig Wise
Recorded, mastered, and tracked by Scott Bernstein. Thanks to Rick Duro for wearing the hat for the 2nd set! Also thanks to Bill "The Genius" Mulvey for saving us seats in the "sweet spot" and setting us up with the Scheops/hat combo....
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|Type||Medeski, Martin & Wood|
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|posting my Neumann TLM170 recordings of the next 2 nights later this evening.
|Thank you Scott!
|Lemme tell ya, after more than 13yrs taping, this was the first time I ever actually stealthed. Wearing those mics in the hat, not being able to groove/move, ugh! Whatta pain in the arse!
Well, worth it though! The best show of the run, with night #2 a close 2nd.
Thanks for setting it all up and for the patch, Scott
|Thanks for sharing this alternate source.
Question: Do you know if d1t03 is for sure entitled 1969? We've been referring to it as "Jazzy Swing" since they debuted it in Spring '07, so I'm just wondering where your '1969' title comes from.
|don't forget the 2-19-09 afternoon masterclass:
|I got the "1969" title from this NY Times review -- it was very easy matching the titles to the song descriptions....and the reporter was clearly there only for the 1st set since they don't mention anything about any 2nd set tunes....
|to quote: "On one tune, “1969,” he hammered out pithy phrases and then strummed blues arpeggios along the piano’s strings."
The track I labeled as 1969 was def. the one where Medeski was plucking the piano strings.
|The other song mentioned in the NYT article was 'Riffin' Ed'.
|scott_bernsteiN@hotmail.com 2009-04-26 12:10:33
"I got the "1969" title from this NY Times review"
Yeah, I read the same article. I was just curious whether the name came from the band or not...I tried to find an email for the reviewer to ask him/her, but didn't see one readily available...I guess we can/should presume the reviewer spoke to the band?? Somebody with the band?
I thought maybe you'd seen a setlist written or something...thanks though...
|I would trust the title in the New York Times -- my assumption was that the reporter spoke to the band between sets to find out the track titles.
The Times has people whose job it is to fact check every article as well, so it seems highly likely that the fact checker would have called the band/their management to verify the song titles before the article would go to print.
|Your md5 file has problems and is not checking in traders little helper.
|why can't Martin just announce a few song names every once in a while....
|RBayers wrote on 2009-05-07 @ 11:27:58:
"why can't Martin just announce a few song names every once in a while.... "
Oh, c'mon! What kind of fun would that be! HA! It's like a game...
|Sorry about the messed-up md5 file in the torrent. Just open the file and replace with what's on this page (above). Have no idea how it got messed up....Microsoft Windows....go figure!