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|Description||Joan Osborne Acoustic Duo|
Seneca Niagara Casino
Niagara Falls, NY
Source: DPA 4023>Sound Devices 722 (24/96)
Config/Location: PAS/FOB/ROC handheld in hat 10' from Joan stage right
Sound Studio 3.6(fades, normalize peak, track, bit depth conversion, resample)>xACT 2.0(align on sector boundaries, encode, tag, fingerprint)>flac16
Taped & transferred by: Lenny Stubbe
One Set: (1:31:19)
02. The Tears of a Clown*
03. Spider Web
04. St. Teresa@
05. (new song)
06. Love Hates (new song)
07. Baby Is A Butterfly
08. To The One I Love
09. Tupelo Honey@**
10. (new song)
11. Everybody Is a Star#
12. Stella Blue$
13. Only You Know And I Know%
14. encore break
15. Make You Feel My Love+
16. One Of Us
17. God Bless The Child^
- Special Duo performance with Keith Cotton
- @ w/Joan on acoustic
- * Smokey Robinson
- ** Van Morrison
- # Sly & The Family Stone
- $ Grateful Dead
- % Dave Mason
- + Bob Dylan
- ^ Billie Holiday
- Tupelo Honey includes a verse from Boulder To Birmingham by Emmylou Harris
- mic adjustments can be heard in in spots throughout, particularly inbetween tunes, and at the beginning of the first couple tunes. Had to revert to handheld as opposed to hat mounted, thus causing audible adjustments. Several were edited out where possible.
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|Thank You Lenny
|looks mighty interesting - thanks for taping and sharing!
|Dr. Len ---Team Buffalo in da house !! nice job len, thanks for the love !!
|Thanks for this! I could not make the NYC show this year. Local for me. Nice to see this here.
|Wow! Nice job....
What was up with the "switching to handheld" situation?
The show being at the Casino, was a well posted no audio event, and well announced over the PA on loop pre-show, with the other standard strict Casino ground rules. The Seneca Indians who own and operate the Casino don't mess around, so the rules were all well enforced.
When Nicole and I hit our seats pre show, we came to realize the show was definitely not sold out, the room was very intimate, and not extremely dark being so close to the stage and the spot lights shining on Joan and us. In addition to the uniformed Security guard just above and over my shoulder the entire show, along with another across from me looking down on our section.
Suffice to say I was not comfortable running in the hat with security behind/next to me, as it just wasn't low key enough, and I didn't wear a hoodie.
Although I was not prepared for the job (I would have brought my NOLA bar for better handling had I known), I decided to just go hand held in the hat on my lap. It was better than nothing as I was certain I'd be able to get a good pull even with some likely ruffling, just not comfortable with hat mounting in that situation, but bound and determined to roll.
All in all I am happy with how it turned out, and under the circumstances, I can live with the ruffling. It truly was a great night out. Great seeing Joan again, along with being able to pick up another cd and having her sign it after the show.
|I should add that while I was in the hat on my lap, there were no seats directly in front of me, so I had full exposure to the front stacks, floor speakers pointed out, and Joan's monitors. But it also meant I had full exposure to ushers and security looking at me, thus still the need for the hat.
I should also mention that I taped Joan wide open at Shea's last fall, and even met her after the show with my gear bag and stand in hand.
I think the Casino is just freaked out by taping. We'll see what happens for Rhythm Devils in a couple weeks, as im bringing a low pro stand and expecting to use it.
|Thank you kindly!!
|Thanks a lot!
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