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|Description||*FIXED* My original jazz fest torrents (all 5) were resampled with dbpoweramp, which introduced some nasty noise artifacts and really degraded the sound. I'm fixing them all and re-torrenting, so please delete the old ones. You'll notice a huge difference I think - RLBayers 5/13/10|
(George Porter Jr, Ivan Neville, Russell Batiste, & Ian Neville)
April 20, 2010
New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jack's - late night 2:30am
DPA 4021 (ORTF / right side of room a little over halfway back) > Oade m148 > Sony D50 (24/48) > Memory Stick > Cool Edit Pro 2.1 (volume boosted 10db, first minute pasted from left channel into missing right channel, resampled to 16/44) > CD Wave Editor (tracking) > flac
Taped & Transfered by RLBayers. Thanks to BPorter for loaning me his rig.
1. B.I.G.I. Jam >
2. Birds Of A Feather >
3. Chicken Strut >
4. Gossip >
5. PBS (Funk The Best) > Jam (new BIGI tune/groove?) >
6. Welcome To New Orleans >
7. Mojo Hannah >
Clarence "Trixzey" Slaughter on sax enters:
8. Sing A Simple Song >
9. Palm Grease quotes > We Can Make It If We Try >
10. Look-Ka Py Py >
1. Here Dey Come (w/ Nikki Glaspie) >
2. Drum Jam (w/ Louis Cato) >
3. Hey Pocky A-Way (w/ Raymond Weber) >
4. Watch'cha Say
5. Slippin' Into Darkness >
6. Doodle Oop > Jam (inc. Hey Jude chant) (w/ Adam Deitch) >
7. Cabbage Alley
George Porter Jr: bass
Ivan Neville: organ
Russell Batiste: drums
Ian Neville: guitar
Clarence "Trixzey" Slaughter: sax [Trombone Shorty's Orleans Avenue]
Nikki Glaspie: drums [Beyonce]
Louis Cato: drums [Eric Krasno's Chapter Two, Marcus Miller]
Raymond Weber: drums [Dumpstaphunk]
Adam Deitch: Drums [Lettuce, John Scofield, Break Science, Eric Krasno's Chapter Two]
Track 4, Gossip, is a very rare Meters tune, only available on compilation albums.
Show started at 2:30am on the morning of May 1st.
For the first three minutes the sound guy is really playing with the levels. Actually I am also during that time, so bear with it, by 3:45 the levels are set.
For some reason there are a few static sounds in some places, present on the original recording. Fortunately, it's not too often or too loud, but it is noticeable. Probably due to a loose cable. It is most prevalent during the middle of track 5.
We almost didn't get in because their was only one door guy handing will call and cash payments. There were nearly 200 people in line with will call tickets, but the door guy kept taking cash from people that just walked right up to the front, while the security guard kept yelling at will call people to get back in line. We were about 70 people back in the line, by the time we got about 6 to 8 feet from the front, the will call line stopped moving because cash payers figured out that they could walk right up and the door man would take them. So the security guy is only letting one will call person out of line for every 5 or 6 cash walk ups. So will call people start pushing and getting pissed off because it's already after 2am, and the show is supposed to be starting. I finally got in and set up and I hit record right as they walked out on stage, but there were still tons of people in line at least 30 minutes after they started playing. F U One Eyed Jacks staff/security!
|Checksums||; flac fingerprint file generated by Trader's Little Helper|
; generated on May 13, 2010, at 18:28:45
|Last seeder||Last activity 13:07 ago|
|Size||734.43 MB (770100433 Bytes)|
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|dammit, text file should say April 30th, not 20th. But the files are labeled correctly.
|This sounds AWESOME! Cheers to you RBayers. This Jazzfest just keeps on giving!!
|Thanks! Love the N'Awlins music!
|Thanks to the seeder, the taper, and of course the band. This show has been added to the "official unofficial jazzfest vault". Our aim is to archive and distribute every show ever taped during jazzfest in NOLA. If you think you have some uncirculated fest seeds, or are looking for a particular show, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a complete copy of the vault list. Over 400 shows strong!!!
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