|Artist||Dark Star Orchestra|
|Show||DSO 2011-07-31 Field of Heaven, Naeba, Niigata, JPN (mk4v > V3 16bit)|
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|Torrent||DSO2011-07-31-dwonk.torrent (click to download)|
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July 31, 2011
Fuji Rock - Field of Heaven
Taper: Andy Liu (dwonk)
Source: Schoeps mk4v > kcy > vst62iu > V3 (16bit ANSR, SPDIF) > iRiver H132 (rockbox)
Location: 90deg 17cm Kwon bar, 30m back, 2m high, 3m LoC
Post Processing: Audition 3.0 (fades, normalization) > CD Wave 1.98 > FLAC (1.2.1, 6)
02. Not Fade Away >
03. Music Never Stopped
04. Ramble On Rose
05. Jack Straw
06. Brown Eyed Women
07. Greatest Story Ever Told
08. Mr. Charlie
09. Help On The Way > Slipknot >
10. Franklin's Tower
02. St Stephen
03. China Cat Sunflower > Mind Left Body Jam >
04. I Know You Rider >
05. Playing In The Band >
06. Terrapin > Jam >
07. Drums >
08. Space >
09. Eyes Of The World >
10. Morning Dew >
11. Sugar Magnolia >
12. Around And Around
13. Shakedown Street
|Type||Dark Star Orchestra|
|Last seeder||Last activity 6:44 ago|
|Size||1.003 GB (1077461607 Bytes)|
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|Andy, thank you SO MUCH for seeding this. What an incredible show they played, it was such a blast. Anybody who can't understand that this is a TRIBUTE band that's doing the music of the Grateful Dead a great service by keeping it alive (how many new Japanese deadheads are there now, after they stumbled across the Field of Heaven and realized they were seeing something they'd never experienced before? Many, I'd guess...), well if you can't see that, then you're just being so deliberately obtuse about being a "purist" or whatever that you're depriving yourself of what potentially could be a real good time.
Last Sunday sure as hell was. Here are the two youtube playlists I made from the video my wife and I took. All is from the same stage, most of it's DSO:
The newly discovered gem for us was the band Tinariwen, from Sahara, Mali (a couple of vid clips of theirs are in the above playlists). Be sure to check them out, they are really damn cool.
Thanks again for taping and sharing, and thanks to the DSO for an incredible night!
|"This is the most amazing setlist i've stared at in quite a while. This must have been an epic ass show in front of mount Fuji. Akin to Egypt '78."
I think "epic" is fair. At least it seemed that way to us. The setlist was unreal, and they were hitting homerun after homerun, imho.
As for the location, only the very first Fuji Rock was anywhere near Mt. Fuji. I went to that one, horrible typhoon that time, only saw one band (RATM), didn't see Mt. Fuji. :D
Now it's up north at a ski resort in a town called Naeba. The setting is quite beautiful,, green mountains and hills surrounding everything, there are several stages spread out ovver a fairly large area, and you walk on paths through the woods that connect them. It's actually a nicer setting that the first one, but harder and more expensive to get to from where we live.
|Nevermind, the clicks and pops are a result of the USB codec I was using for the output from my computer to the iBasso D10 DAC I was using to master the recording. The bass on this recording is stunning!
|I haven't been able to plug it into a better sound system yet, but we listened to some of it last night on my laptop speakers, and the recording sounded really clear to us. Didn't hear any problems at all with the recording.
|hi! Im "EARTH ROCKS". i keep coming back to a comments thread to criticize a cover band for playing covers
nice to meet you ! ! ! !hahahahahahah
|Sounds great. Thank you.
|Hey Earthrocks. If anybody in my band was rude to you, I apologize. I am not an original member of this band but have come to view them as my family. I've played with many talented musicians, including the guys and gal that were The Dead, and I have to say their isn't a rude or arrogant bone in their bodies. They love this music as I do and get off playing it.
It's all improv at the end of the day. We do write our own music and have plans to do shows containing said music one day. Some of us have put out cds of our original music. I have a cd call When We All Come Home with 7 of the songs co-written with Robert Hunter and Dino English, drums, has an original cd called Shimmy Shack. Peace, Rob Barraco
|Looks like this has run it's course. Now on archive.org
|WOW you know your a real asshole, when you have someone from the band make a comment re: your comment....
(Hey Earthrocks. If anybody in my band was rude to you, I apologize. I am not an original member of this band but have come to view them as my family. I've played with many talented musicians, including the guys and gal that were The Dead, and I have to say their isn't a rude or arrogant bone in their bodies. They love this music as I do and get off playing it.
It's all improv at the end of the day. We do write our own music and have plans to do shows containing said music one day. Some of us have put out cds of our original music. I have a cd call When We All Come Home with 7 of the songs co-written with Robert Hunter and Dino English, drums, has an original cd called Shimmy Shack. Peace, Rob Barraco)
Earthrocks, I am now going to give you my opinion on a band that I used to work with and helped out at a ton of shows. I have been friends with most of these guys in this band (and some of their original bands) for close to 15 years...These guys are the most humble people you could ever meet and hang out with.....If you don't like a band bc you feel they are "selling out" or anything else...just keep your freakin mouth shut.....You think you are making a commment not realizing that there are friends of this band on this site and also some of the band members......
Don't put your foot in your mouth next time you post something negative about a band you know NOTHING ABOUT!!!!!
|Rob Barraco is one of my favorite song writters.....Some of my ALL TIME favorite tunes he wrote....Lots of tallent from Rob and ALL the bands he plays with
In my encounters with them while living behind the Fox Theater in boulder, they are straight up rude and in it for the money. I mean please, a cover band charging $30 and up for tickets. They have chosen a market that depends on the faithful following of another band. They have been around for years, and yes they are talented, but write a song here or there. To live your life trying to play exactly like someone else is not all that noble. I loved the interview that jambase had with Billy Kreutzman years back and he didn't think much of them either. I am not getting down on the scene, the grateful dead created a beautiful scene where music, art, friendships and the beauty of life and spirituality thrive. To be on a world stage like Fuji Rock Festival and not play a single original song seems like a cover band to me.
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