|Show||Funky Meters (+ special guests ?uestlove, Adam Deitch), Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn NY 9/15/2011 Neumann TLM170 flac16|
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Neumann TLM-170 (hypercardoids, FOB almost parallel to right PA, about 15' from stage) -> Sound Devices 722 (@24/96); FLAC File processing in SoundForge Audio Studio 10.0c (volume normalization; resample to 44.1 with iZotope 64-Bit SRC set higher than "Highest Quality" setting w/anti-alias filter; 24->16 bit dither using iZotope MBIT+ Dither with Ultra noise shaping, High dither settings; minor clap removal); Tracked in CDWav.
1. tuning / banter - Art is amazed he made it to 74
2. The World Is A Little Bit Under The Weather -> *
3. Chicken Strut ->
4. Jungle Man ->
5. Hang 'em High ->
6. Big Chief Got A Golden Crown ->
7. Mardi Gras In New Orleans ->
8. Iko Iko ->
9. jam ->
10. Junco Partner ->
12. You've Got To Change (You've Got To Reform)
13. banter - Art has no idea
14. 9 till 5 ->
15. Art's confusion -> %
16. 9 till 5
17. Hound Dog intro
18. Hound Dog
19. People Say -> &
20. Them Changes ->
21. Groovy Lady -> Sing A Simple Song -> $+
22. Let The Good Times Roll -> $
23. Funkify Your Life $
24. Just Kissed My Baby -> #
25. Let Me Have It All -> #+
26. Dance To The Music #+
27. thanks/encore break
28. Jam w/George & Art Reminiscing + crowd skipping ->
29. Cissy Strut
30. banter / outro
Note: I scrubbed 3 nearby load claps from T22
* = w/"Old McDonald Had A Farm" intro
% = Art starts to play "Mardi Gras In New Orleans" again, forgetting they'd already played it, but George sets him straight
& = Art tells the story of how the song was written about 10 minutes in
$ = w/Adam Deitch on drums, Russell Batiste on keys and/or percussion
# = w/?uestlove on drums, Russell Batiste on keys and/or percussion
+ = Sly & The Family Stone cover
I'm not 100% sure if I got the title to track 14 correct.
Recorded, mastered, tracked, and posted by Scott Bernstein
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I'll also be posting the 24 bit version of this show lattonight
|Bonus points for anyone who can determine if Track 14 is Live Wire or not....or if it's something else.... :)
|Thanks Scott! Can't wait to check this out.
Thank you so much!
I was there!!
Really great great night!!!
BTW - who is the man painting on the stage?
Anyway, thanks again and have a good night,
|Oh the guy painting was Frenchie! He is a New Orleans painter who paints a lot of the bands we love...
I will check him up and your Facebook.
THANK YOU! ( I didn't think they would play Sly so much)
|24 bit version is here:
|thanks for taping and sharing!
|t14 is 9 Til 5
|Thanks, Randy! So 14 & 16 are both 9 til 5, with the confusion in the middle? Or is Track 16 something different?
|yeah, 14-16 is all 9 Til 5. probably the longest one ever, but it at least gives Stoltz time to shred it.
|OK, fixed the setlist here...but of course the setlist included in the torrent is slightly wrong. Thanks Randy! I'm pretty good on my Meters song IDs but the split up/super long 9 Til 5 (with Art's confusion in the middle) tripped me up. :)
|I finally got around to listening to the 2nd half of this show.
t21 starts out as Groovy Lady, then goes into Sing A Simple Song around 5min25sec
I'm not going to even comment on Art's attitude during this show, but I will say that it gets much better after Art steps back a little and the guest drummers come in.
|Thanks, Randy. Yeah, Art did have a lot to say, and you can hear him complaining about the level of his vocals and other instruments in the monitors. But I can't tell if it was somewhat tongue-in-cheek or not?
I've personally NEVER seen him as animated as I saw him at this show. He was doing all kinds of dances (sitting down of course), funky/funny hand motions, etc. Despite what you might think, he seemed to be in a really great mood at this show!