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|Show||MMW - Ski Jam Tent, Steamboat, CO - 2006-01-13.neumann-ak40.32226.flac16 [The Shack Project - TSP2006#3]|
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|Description||MEDESKI MARTIN & WOOD|
January 13th, 2006
Ski Jam Tent, Steamboat, CO
Source: Neumann AK40/LC3/KM100 > Lunatec V2 > Audio Magic Excalibur IIs >
Apogee Minime @ 24/96 > Powerbook G4 (FOB/ORTF)
Conversion: Sound Studio 3.1 > WAV > xACT > FLAC
taped & converted by firstname.lastname@example.org
24 to 16-bit Conversion:
WaveLab 4.0 (96k>44.1k resample,dither,retrack) > shntool (fix SBEs) >
FLACFrontend > FLAC Level 8 by dug (rshannon AT unb DOT ca)
01. [09:14] - Organ Intro > After The Onsen
02. [08:21] - Acht O'Clock Rock >
03. [07:08] - New Planet
04. [12:08] - Legalize It
05. [08:30] - Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus
06. [08:21] - Nocturne
07. [05:08] - The Letter
01. [13:45] - New New Orleans
02. [07:33] - Tootie Ma Is A Big Fine Thing
03. [06:41] - Sasa >
04. [02:16] - Improv >
05. [07:32] - End Of The World Party >
06. [01:51] - Open Improv >
07. [06:40] - Tequila & Chocolate
08. [07:33] - Exploration* >
09. [07:22] - Sugar Craft >
10. [01:45] - Bass Solo >
11. [06:34] - Partido Alto >
12. [07:02] - Bluesy Improv^ >
13. [12:50] - Queen Bee
14. [01:52] - 'Billy Speaks/Crowd'
15. [06:13] - Uninvisible
* same as NYE tune with countdown ; 1/14/2006 t09 & t10 ; 12/9/2006 d2t01 ; 12/10/2006 d2t05
^ the latter part of this track takes on a structure very similar to Lonely Avenue
NOTE: To burn this to audio Set I fits on a single disc; split Set II between tracks #7 & #8.
|Type||Medeski, Martin & Wood|
|Last seeder||Last activity 2 days, 01:49:23 ago|
|Size||867.22 MB (909348514 Bytes)|
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|-- THE SHACK PROJECT --
This is an effort to seed all existing MMW shows, and yes, preserving the original SHN/FLAC filesets. The seeding will proceed chronologically for the most part, with exceptions as we feel the vibe to seed other gigs from other times.
Thanks to MMW for allowing their music to be recorded....really, thank you.
Huge thanks goes out to the tapers, without whom this wouldn't be possible...and those that have helped get the tunes to our ears.
And thanks to the other 5 guys I've dragged into this and who seem committed to the cause: Louie, Mike Tom, Todd & Jeff....we're all listening to these shows and hopefully circulating the best versions.
All shows listed here in SHN/FLAC will be seeded:
These shows will be seeded as well, either by me or by one of a few other kind souls:
Shows listed here circulate in some manner. We are looking for as close to the original source as we can get so if you can help out with any of the following, we'd all appreciate it:
http://db.etree.org/duggy/mmwneeds (this list is in the process of being compiled...maybe forever?)
I've started a thread over here for us to be able to discuss this project:
enjoy the grooves,
Louie, Mike, Tom, Todd, Jeff & dug
***FOR ALL YOUR SETLIST NEEDS***
MMW Performance History @ http://mmwhistory.com - this is a fantastic resource that allows you to look at info on gigs by MMW and related side projects and guest appearances; big thanks to Tom for creating this page.
We are actively updating all setlists as we seed, and also others outside the particular order of the project.
db.etree is also being updated in tandem with the updates to Tom's pages -- both the source and show pages.
|So, I noticed that these After the Onsens at the start of 2006 all seem to find John milking a wee Organ solo/intro to begin performance -- VERY cool! Love hearing him go off for however long a time ... again, the setlist has a mix of where 2005 ended and throwing in Tequila & Chocolate (Tootie Ma was played in fall '05) ... and then we've got Exploration still strong in the mix, and that Bluesy Improv near the end of Set II is a nice surprise at that point in the show ... and oh, love seeing The Letter still lingering around, and Nocturne sticking around too after resurfacing in fall '05 -- I love these '06-'07 performances of Nocturne as I find the guys just seem to have such control over it and the way they toy with it seems almost better than back in '98! Yep, I REALLY dig Nocturne around this time ...
And you'll have to simply download and listen for yourself to see which source you prefer -- I listen to both ...
|Thanks Duggy, this colorado run was spectacular. I miss the Ski Jam. Always had a fun time in steamboat boarding and dancing. I remember throwing down on this show after a tireing day of bckcountry riding and scurrying back to boulder for the fox throwdown. I would love to hear that one again if anyone can help out, if it exists. Thanks duggy for all of your mmw efforts!
|Thank you Duggy!
|i actually prefer dave's adk source over my ak40. that tent was no place to be running ortf...
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