|Show||Phish 11/01/2009 Indio, California Empire Polo Club, Festival 8 - (FOB) Schoeps mk22 **16bit** |
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Indio, California Empire Polo Club, Festival 8
Source (Set I):
Schoeps mk41> KC5> M222> NT222> Apogee Mini-Me> SD 722 (@24bit/96kHz)
Location: FOB, 5' ROC, 75' from stage, 6' Stand, DINA
Source (Set II, III, E):
Schoeps mk22> KC5> M222> NT222> Apogee Mini-Me> SD 722 (@24bit/96kHz)
Location: FOB, DFC, 50' from stage, 6' Stand, ORTF
Transfer: SD 722> Samplitude SE 9.1.1(dither/resample)> CDWave> flac(16/44)
Taped, Transferred & Seeded by: taylorc (11/02/2009)
Set I (acoustic)
t01 [01:45] Intro
t02 [05:16] Water in the Sky
t03 [05:40] Back on the Train
t04 [04:41] Brian and Robert
t05 [04:23] Invisble
t06 [03:02] Strange Design
t07 [08:28] Mountains in the Mist
t08 [11:55] The Curtain With
t09 [04:20] Army of One
t10 [05:56] Sleep Again
t11 [02:30] My Sweet One
t12 [04:35] Let Me Lie
t13 [04:06] Bouncing Around the Room
t14 [02:57] Train Song
t15 [04:43] Wilson
t16 [08:21] McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters
t17 [02:15] crowd
t18 [03:55] Driver
t19 [03:46] Talk
t20 [06:23] Secret Smile
t21 [07:46] AC/DC Bag
t22 [06:21] Rift
t23 [10:46] Gotta Jibboo
t24 [06:23] Heavy Things
t25 [12:36] Reba
t26 [06:42] The Wedge
t27 [05:44] Guelah Papyrus
t28 [07:51] Undermind
t29 [04:01] Sparkle
t30 [12:09] Split Open and Melt
t31 [14:49] Tweezer>
t32 [10:43] Maze
t33 [09:02] Free
t34 [05:17] Sugar Shack
t35 [07:54] Limb by Limb
t36 [08:14] Theme from the Bottom
t37 [08:42] Mike's Song>
t38 [06:22] Also Sprach Zarathustra>
t39 [15:27] Light>
t40 [10:33] Slave to the Traffic Light
t41 [03:28] crowd
t42 [01:46] Grind
t43 [09:37] Esther
t44 [01:46] banter
t45 [03:39] Tweezer Reprise
Thanks to Jason Lonchar for the Schoeps tubes & Scott Gordon for the KC5's
Stand lowered after Back on the Train with crowd sitting down
Stand raised during The Curtain With as crowd stands back up
Band left stage after McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters
Invisible, first time played (Leo Kottke & Mike Gordon)
Talk, last played 02/25/2003 (83 shows)
Set I [1:38:57] Set II [1:20:19] Set III [1:40:31] Encore [16:48]
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|I just added this one to the etree database:
Your sources from the summer were absolutely beautiful. Can't wait to hear this one.
|Nice work Taylor. Great to spend the past 3 days/nights with you and Beth!
|sounds great Thanks 4 getting the shows from this fest up so quick
PS YOuR mics soundd waaaaay better than Z Mans 4 sure
|Nice pull. listened to some simulcast of this set II, which was impressive. acoustic set is a major treat too. curtain w/ - a magical tune. Love me some acoustic phish. so boss.
Thanks a mil+
|acoustic set. sleep again -- what a solid trey tune, made even better w/ his mates. the chemistry of this band is sick. glad we have em.
|Thank you very much for your time and quickness... What a weekend. Had a blast. =D
|Great sound and the tracks are tagged! Oh yea, the show is smokin, best sets of the weekend.
|Great recording. Thanks again. This show (day) is extremely solid.
|Thanks Taylor. glad you guys were getting it done!
|Thanks for this one!! Sounds really nice...wish I coulda made these shows....the best they've sounded in a decade!!
|Thank you for the tapes. Going above and beyond to tag these also saves a lot of work for many of us leechers. Many thanks for that!
|Taylorc, to repeat what the above post said, youre summer recordings were some of the best that Ive ever heard, just brilliant!
Curious to know if you taped 10-30 or 10-31?
Thanks so much
|this looks like the source to get. Many thanks for taping and sharing. 2 short questions.
1. Did you do FOB for the 1st night?
2. Do you plan on sharing the 24 bit as well?
|yes, the 24/96 files should be posted in the next few days.
|taylorc, just want to chime in and say thanks. this is my favorite source i've heard. i like it even better than the mix with the mk6...it has a more upfront and direct sound, less airy...i thank you for your efforts. can't wait to pump this in all it's 24/96 glory! take care.
|Thank you for your outstanding efforts! For those of us that can't make it to the shows, these discs are the next best thing.
|Thanks for the tunes to enjoy. I am very new to this so hopefully will not offend. Is this recording very bass heavy? Particularly sets II and III. I did convert to AAC for use on my iPod - although I wouldn't think that would pump up the bass. Seems I have to turn bass EQ waaay down. Any advice is appreciated?