|Show||Leo Nocentelli and The Meter's Experience - 05/07/2011 - Chris Roger's Race and Religious Crawfish Boil - New Orleans, LA - (ft Stanton Moore and Eric McFadden) - [Matrix]|
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|Description||Leo Nocentelli and The Meter's Experience|
Race and Religious - Private Party
New Orleans, LA
Source: SBD + Stage-lip Matrix
SBD Source: SBD > Edirol R-44 @ 24/48
Mic Source: AKG C522M/S > Lunatec V3 > Edirol R-44 @ 24/48
DSP: SDHC > Wavelab 6 (m-s decoding/mix/eq) > CDWave (tracking) > Wavelab 6 (dither/re-sample) >
Recorded by Jason "PickleMic" Loomis
Mixed and Seeded by Nick Burlison
02. The Hype and The Hoopla
03. Fire On The Bayou *
04. Cissy Strut
05. You've Got to Change (You've Got to Reform) *#
01. Come Back Jack
02. People Say *@
03. Funky Miracle #@
04. New Orleans *
05. Hey Pocky Way *
* w/ ?? on Vocals
# w/ Stanton Moore on Drums
@ w/ Eric McFadden on Acoustic/Electric Guitar
Leo Nocentelli - Guitar/Vox
Bill Dickens - 7 String Bass
Jamal Batiste - Drums
?? - Backing Vox
- Private party hosted by Chris Rogers in the amazing Race and Religious Courtyard.
- The first 15 minutes of the Set I soundboard signal was missing the left channel, replaced with the right channels signal.
- Minor vocal spikes during Fire On The Bayou while foh levels were adjusted
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|Nice work Jason and Nick!
|Thanks a lot for this recent SB Leo. Make sure you grab the Meters' 8/12/11 set from Golden Gate Park in SF (even though regrettably there's not much Leo on it because of technical difficulties.)
Anyone record The Meters at The Independent on 8/11? We know you're out there.
|now that Nick has shared the audio recording, my video will be forthcoming. stay tuned to funkit.virose.net in the coming weeks.
|How in the world did you ever get Leo to let you tape? The guy is incredibly anti-taping
|Just to clarify, I didn't tape this.....its a jason loomis special here...
Leo did ok this to be taped and video'd, though....
He's not completely anti-taping, although he's certainly not open to folks recording without permission...
Again BIIIG thanks to Chris Rogers for making this happen and for getting permission to capture it...
|I was thinking the same thing. My one Leo experience was enough to make me not want to do it again.
thanks for all y'alls efforts
|It was a private party and Leo is good friends with the host, Chris Rogers. So I guess Chris talked him into it.
I set up a tripod and shot video about 10 feet from Leo, but I only caught the first set. Just wait till you see Bill Dickens beat the shit out of his 7 string bass, shot from like 6 feet in front of him...
|I have gotten permission from Leo to record a couple of times. Then after the show, he says OK hand over that master! (good thing I was running a 2nd deck!)
|Yeah, somehow I got to record Leo openly once (when he was opening or on a double bill with someone else), but the other times (most recently 2/16/2010, BB Kings here in NYC) when he was in a one-off band with George Porter, Henry Butler, and Adam Deitch (who are all generally pro-taping, especially George), I was told in no uncertain terms that the rest of the band was cool with it but Leo wasn't so therefore I couldn't tape.
|Shark420: Not sure what kind of "master" he'd expect out of my hard-disc recorder. ;) There's nothing for him to take!