|Show||Phish 2009-06-12 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival - Manchester, TN *4ch Schoeps*|
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Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
02. Chalk Dust Torture
03. Stealing Time from the Faulty Plan
04. The Divided Sky
06. Down with Disease
09. Golgi Apparatus
10. Wolfman's Brother
11. Poor Heart
12. Kill Devil Falls >
14. Wading in the Velvet Sea
15. Harry Hood >
16. Highway to Hell >
17. 2001 >
18. You Enjoy Myself >
19. Wilson >
20. You Enjoy Myself
22. A Day in the Life
Total Time: 3:01:42
Notes: One set. Thanks to Melissa for all the help.
Disc 1: Tracks 1-7
Disc 2: Tracks 8-14
Disc 3: Tracks 15-22
Source: Schoeps MK21(nos) > kcy > Schoeps VMS5U + Schoeps MK4(ortf) > kcy > Schoeps VMS02IB > Lifted Chris Hall interconnects > Busman Mod R4 Pro
Location: FOB @ 11'
Lineage: Edirol R4 Pro @ 24/48 > HD > Wavelab 5 > CDWave > TLH
Tape and Transfer: Jeff Hatcher (email@example.com)
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|Re: Multibeast05, "We need a more concentrated 'shhhhing effort to shut these idiots up."
I share the sentiment, but we learned in the days of no-mic a capella tunes that 'shushing' makes the problem worse.
|I'm majorly down on talking/screaming at shows. second set at camden on the lawn was all but ruined for me by a crowd of talkie, drunk, fat d-bags. And the talkin/blabbin/screamin gets contagious, to the point where normally courteous people start doing it. This is intricate music. it's for the ears. talk between songs, at set break and during the rest of your frickin life outside the show. This is phish, people. I remember when you could hear a pin drop at a show. people didn't want to miss anything.
here's an idea: if you want to talk over phish, get a recording of the show, get wicked drunk, play the show, and then scream in the face of your buddies all you want in your living room/backyard/gymnasium whatever. rant over. peace out.
the 6-10-09 show rocks.
|Great pull, chatters or not. This is the image. The SBD is deader than a doornail. Many many thanks.
|biscochris 2009-06-14 02:35:12
Yes, thanks for the quick up, killer sound etc. BUT, the tracking's a bit off. Started listening at the HTH > "segues" and the 2001>YEM is definitely not tracked correctly. Some might argue with Wilson's starting point too. Thought yall should know.
yeah... the tracking isn't spot on. Even for Velvet Sea it could be back about 5 sec...
2001>YEM is off by about 3+ minutes...
BUT.... sound is great except for the, yeah you know it, the festie-talkers... I think I even heard someone say "I like this part" geez, what a tool...
Thanks a ton for the show!
|This is the best sounding recording of the tour I've heard so far. I'm thinking this has more to do with the sound system at the venue rather than the equipment, but would love to hear if anyone has any comments on how it actually sounded in-person at Bonnaroo versus the previous shows. So great to be able to finally hear Mike in this recording, he is seriously lacking in the previous shows I've heard.
Thanks again for recording this! So wonderful to be able to hear the boys playing as well as they are playing. Can't wait to see them in my backyard at the Shoreline in August - 3 more months baby!
BTW - I personally am loving the new songs (Stealing Time is like an updated Spock's Brain), and you can really hear the excitement from the boys in playing the new material - the instrumentation is lively and fresh. IMHO, some of the older material lacks crispness (Silent in the Morning, for example).
|>>here's an idea: if you want to talk over phish, get a recording of the show, get wicked drunk, play the show, and then scream in the face of your buddies all you want in your living room/backyard/gymnasium whatever.<<
that's the craziest f-ing idea i've ever heard...do you know how insane your (former) buddies would find you if you did do that??? **so why doesn't the same philosophy apply at the show? oh, that's right: rolls and doses coursing through the veins of someone who should have NEVER eaten, and someone who most likely will vote conservatively like their parents and grandparents before them. read between the lines there, i guess...IMO, a show, especially something like phish or mars volta is primarily for listening, but also for WATCHING how they do what they do...even if you are psychedelically engaged to the hilt. it's PSCHYedelics, not TALKedelics--the mind, not the mouth.
|great way to finish off friday bonnaroo. can't wait to re-listen to this.
|I found this recording to be particularly boomy with Mike washed out in the low end. I know it didn't sound that way at the show (I was dead-even with SBD, about 25 feet to left). Has anyone heard any of the other sources and found one better? I usually prefer a heavy bass (I have a 12" Klipsch digital sub), but this is just overkill. Otherwise, the high-end is crystal clear, mids are great too.
|D/Ling this one now. I was at the show and am thankful for any recording, as I feel this was the better show, musically. The crowd was nicer and more ful on Sunday though. I think the guys behind me that were clueless should have just STFU but I was too nice to say anything. The 2001 had them bouncing on trampolines with fireworks going off. It was Phantastic!
|ckeiner 2009-06-16 17:54:06
I found this recording to be particularly boomy with Mike washed out in the low end. I know it didn't sound that way at the show (I was dead-even with SBD, about 25 feet to left). Has anyone heard any of the other sources and found one better? I usually prefer a heavy bass (I have a 12" Klipsch digital sub), but this is just overkill. Otherwise, the high-end is crystal clear, mids are great too.
Much like the full bodied woman, not everyone appreciates the full bodied sound. :)
You may want to try a copy of the Live Phish which I believe may suit your ears and playback a little better.
|I appreciate the upload, phantastic show and follup up to knoxvegas
|This recording sounds phenomenal to my ears! Hard to believe this was recorded in a large outdoor venue. Great job!
|anyone having issues getting a non-corrupt download? After my first attempt I copied the show to my portable Sansa player (FLAC compatible) and every track had a horrible skipping noise.
When I got home a ran an MD5 verification and it took forever, then failed 2 files. So I downloaded the whole torrent again and this time the MD5 was much quicker but still failed 2 files.
|I should add to the above that I've DL'd and sampled about 3 dozen shows in the last two weeks w/ no problems. Running a 20 own/5 up FiOS wired connection.
|nevermind, after a 2nd download it's all good. great sounding source...can't do much now about the wasted fest-goers near the tapers.
|While I definitely agree that talking is a PITA, people should be allowed to enjoy a show too without having other people 'shhh-ing' them if they want to talk to their friend. There's a mutual respect involved where people should be allowed to talk but when the talking starts interfering with other people's enjoyment, that's when the talking gets too obtrusive.
I'm an avid taper, and I categorically disagree that people should be told to STFU altogether around the mic stands. IMHO you shouldn't 'shhhh' anybody that comes along and talks unless they're being obnoxious about it and/or deliberately doing it to fuck up a recording. People paid for their ticket too so they shouldn't have some arrogant taper shhhing them all the time, especially if they have a specific seat assigned and can't just get up and move.
The best answer for tapers and getting the best recording is to stop bringing the little 7 foot stands into the venue and then expect others to tip toe around you. Get a tall mic stand and get your mics ten feet up where it doesn't matter nearly as much.
|Fantastic sound, thanks!
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