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|Description||Zero - May 10, 1997|
Community Center - Sebastopol, CA
(Stage) Nakamichi 700/CP701 -> Sony D5 (As Mic Pre-Amp) -> Dat (Sony D8/48k)
Dat (Sony R500) -> Sound Devices 744T -> Samplitude Professional v10.22 -> FLAC
(2 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
February 3, 2010
-- Recorded By Robert "Dr. Bob" Wagner
d1t01 - Cole's Law
d1t02 - Six Days On The Road
d1t03 - End Of The World Blues
d1t04 - La Fiesta
d1t05 - Crossroads
d1t06 - Friday's Child
d1t07 - Listen Here
d2t01 - Happy Birthday
d2t02 - Kissing The Boo Boo
d2t03 - Locked Away
d2t04 - Hired Hand
d2t05 - Tell Me All About It ->
d2t06 - Gregg's Eggs
d2t07 - Can't Find My Way Home
d2t08 - Mercury Blues
length expanded size cdr WAVE probs filename
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8:08.24 86139692 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10d1t02.wav
15:12.65 161029724 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10d1t03.wav
13:18.71 140934236 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10d1t04.wav
7:44.57 81983708 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10d1t05.wav
6:46.60 71759564 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10d1t06.wav
8:55.11 94399916 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10d1t07.wav
3:01.12 31956668 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10d2t01.wav
8:39.17 91591628 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10d2t02.wav
6:26.03 68097500 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10d2t03.wav
7:04.11 74819516 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10d2t04.wav
9:27.66 100174076 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10d2t05.wav
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9:24.09 99510812 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10d2t08.wav
21:44.06 230039756 --- -- --- zero1997-05-10snchk.wav
164:30.51 1741188656 B (totals for 16 files)
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|oh yeah now were talkin! More ZERO PLEASE!!!
..that is stuff thats not on the LAMA ;>)
|i appreciate seeing these fresh Zero transfers Charlie- THANKS!
|Stage recording?? Very cool. I would ask how are the vocals but I think I will find out for myself. Thanks Charlie and Dr. Bob!!!
|Thanks for sharing
|This one does have good vocals.
Fine show from an excellent year from Zero.
|Dr. Bob, I continue to enjoy always your stage recordings of SK, some of the finest I have heard. Thanks so much for all the effort you have put in over the years. it is not easy.
|Thanks to Charlie & Dr. Bob!
|IMHO, Dr. Bob's stage recordings represent the vocals better than most. How did you do it? Your KVHW stuff is awesome.
|I usually tried to position the stage mics near the vocal monitors. For KVHW this meant being off to the right to hang near Ray White's monitor. Sometimes, depending on the size and shape of the stage, this was a trade-off as the instrumental balance is most often best at center stage.
|Stage mics generally give priority to the instruments, sometimes the vocals suffer but I can certainly live with that.
KVWH was an awesome band. When it turned into SKB there were no vocals and the stage mic recordings are just simply amazing.
the State Theater shows are examples of the vocals suffering but that has always been fine with me.
I sure do miss KVWH and SKB!
K waves forever!!!!
|I tend to agree with the comment on SKB stage recordings with the only exception being when a keyboardist was playing in the band. While I enjoy those amazing recordings, if you have a 4pc instrumental band, I like hearing everybody well. File it under the spoiled-rotten-minor complaint category.
|I don't think that is spoiled, there is an element of truth to that with any band who has a keyboard player (this becomes even more an issue when it is an acoustic piano rather than an electric variant thereof). Chip got sacrificed at the expense of others in many of the Zero recordings of this time period, for instance (as does Hornsby in aud recordings with the Noisemakers, Page of Phish in aud recordings, Medeski's Steinway forays during MMW shows also suffer).
However, Coster was captured really well during his stint with SKB, I would recommend checking out those late 2000 shows with him in the band.
Point being, it isn't an instrument that is captured to its fullest extent - and here is the crux - when playing amongst other instruments. When it is solo, you get a better visual.