|Show||Phish 2009-07-31 Red Rocks, Morrison, Co. *B&K 4022s*|
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July 31, 2009
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
**16 bit source**
Source: B&K4022 (ortf) > Sonosax > 744T
Transfer: 744T>wavelab (fades/resampling/dithering)>cd wave>flac
Taped & transferred by Craig Davis
Disc One/Set One:
01 Runaway Jim
02 Chalk Dust Torture
03 Bathtub Gin
04 Time Turns Elastic
05 Lawn Boy
06 Water In The Sky
07 Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan
08 Split Open and Melt
Disc Two/Set Two:
01 Drowned >
02 Crosseyed and Painless >
04 Tweezer >
05 Backwards Down The Numberline >
06 Fluffhead >
07 Piper >
08 A Day in the Life
01 Suzy Greenberg >
02 Tweezer Reprise
light wind & rain audible in 1st set
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|Are these real segways? I would love to hear a jam set.
|eh, most are more like they fade ins, Drowned>CEP is really great. Fluff>Piper is more like trey just started playing piper without stopping
|finally a DPA source...looks good buddy. should have loaned you the 4028's.
|need you out here man .... I'm all alone lol
|not a B&K man, but thanks for the alternate source!
variety is the spice of life :)
|NICE!!! Have fun for us, way to rock 'the section' J&K
|Added this to the shn database:
|Thank you! More B&Ks!
|Any chance we'll see this source for the first night?
|nope, I could only do 3 nights and chose Sun over thurs ... about to find out if that was a mistake
|'nope, I could only do 3 nights and chose Sun over thurs ... about to find out if that was a mistake'
Considering Bill Kreutzmann is sitting in with them as I type this, I am assuming you will be happy with your decision...
|Thanks, mink! Can't wait to dive back into this second set.
|IMHO This source is a little more clearer than the MK22 source; as well as more full and well rounded...
|For those of you who found the first set unlistenable due to the severe wind noise, rest assured the wind is GONE for the second set and it sounds amazing.
I was doing some intense A/B comparisons among the available sources for this show, and I was super bummed that this B&K's source had by far the worst wind because otherwise it has such a nice warm low end - Mike sounds incredibly JUICY in this source.
However I just got through Drowned>CP, Joy and Tweezer and it sounds sooooo nice. Mike is just stright-up liquid nasty in this source, while sounding a bit muted and flat in the mk22 by comparison.
So personally if I were to burn these onto disc or make a playlist or whatevs, I would use the mk22 source for the first set/disc (which also sounds quite nice but is lacking in the low end) and use this B&K's source for the rest...unless something even better gets upped. Just my 2 cents.
Thanks to all the tapers, we are spoiled!
|@ Digs: thanks for those comments. Davis's B&K of 8/1 and 8/2 are by far the THICKEST Mike out there and the best your going to get without a Matrix. Great clarity of Trey and MIKE overall to these mics; mk22 and mk4v versions don't compare. Maybe someone wants to matrix these with Lutch's mk4V's for total audience and create a dominant hybrid :)
|@ bgiiys: agreed.
Apologies in advance if I missed this in other setlist notes (phish.net, maybe?), but is that not a total Dave's Energy Guide at the end of Fluff, right before the track ends? I guess it would be too short to qualify for it's own track listing, but certainly an "*" deserving tease in the footnotes, right? or am i just hearing something that's not there?
|yup, Phish.net mentions it as a "possible" Dave's Energy Guide tease. guess i shoulda checked that prior to posing the question...oh well, hopefully someone will check it out because of it.