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04/17/2003 - The Eagles Club (The Rave), Milwaukee, WI
Source: AKG C-414šs (hyper-cardioid) > Sound Devices USBPre >
Powerbook G4 (via Peak) at back center of venue.
Disc 1 set I
01. [06:21] - Improv > Bass Solo [@4:56]
02. [05:52] - Down On Me >
03. [10:15] - Down On Me cont'd > Bass'n'Drums [@7:13] > Percussion Improv [@8:16]
04. [07:30] - Hey-Hee-Hi-Ho > Open Improv [@5:55] >
05. [14:57] - Open Improv cont'd > Beeah [@1:06]
06. [07:37] - Just Like I Pictured It
07. [08:23] - Pappy Check
Disc 2 set 2
01. [10:05] - Big Time >
02. [07:36] - Legalize It > Bass'n'Drums [@5:18] > Bass Solo [@6:41] >
03. [05:39] - Night Marchers >
04. [09:10] - Think >
05. [07:20] - Drum Solo >
06. [05:07] - Fire >
07. [06:19] - Smoke
08. [07:25] - Uninvisible >
09. [06:56] - Blue Pepper
10. [01:40] - 'Crowd'
11. [09:57] - Percussion Bass > Bass Solo > Ten Dollar High [@2:55]
Notes: The first 3 or 4 minutes of set I are missing due to my USB
cable getting unplugged. I had to MOVE the whole rig at the sound
engineeršs request. He asked me to move as soon as I pressed record.
If anyone can provide a patch for this, please contact me:
Recorded, tracked & seeded to chubbsub.org by Joe Perona.
|Type||Medeski, Martin & Wood|
|Last seeder||Last activity 406 days, 01:29:56 ago|
|Size||822.62 MB (862580335 Bytes)|
|Num files||38 files|
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|-- THE SHACK PROJECT --
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|It occurs to me this is an interesting transition point for the band where the Uninvisible tunes had been around for a while by this point and the band had no other really new tunes popping up. This tour they introduce a number of new cover tunes: Afro Blue, Legalize It, Down On Me; and then the resurfacing of some older tunes (i.e. I think Beeah being played on this tour was the first time the tune had entered rotation for quite some time).
And then come the Summer and Fall of '03 we started to hear the tunes that would end up on EOTWPjic ... anyway, this spring of '03 was sort of an interesting pocket in their time line ...
And for those who are fans of Down On Me: Some of you may recall that I noted a handful of performances in the seeds from 2000 earlier this year where the band played a Down On Me/Tsukemono medley -- i.e. the melody from the former and bass line and beat from the latter.
Well, check out 4/11/1997 for the earliest noted performance I've found of the Down On Me melody:
... the show opens with an Improv built around the Down On Me melody -- pretty cool!
|thanks for coming back to us, duggy and tsp. hope the time off was nice, we cannot wait for what's in store.
|Who can do a sbd/1 transfer for me of 8/16/96 II Graffiti's Pitt, PA
funk_lin at hotmail dot com
|Nice to see this here, I believe this is the only recording I've ever made with the hypercards.
I did eventually find more of that opening tune, 3:17 more to be exact. It still starts abruptly, so it may not be 100% complete, but it's much closer. I patched it into this recording, re-tracked slightly, & made a flac fileset. I suppose I should seed it?
|Now seeding the flac version of this show with additional music in track 1:
|Thank you Duggy!
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