|Show||Bruce Hornsby 1996-04-22 - Mississippi Nights - St. Louis, MO (SBD) *New Source*|
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St. Louis, MO
Source: Soundboard > DAT (48kHz)
Lineage: DAT/M > DAT/1 > Marantz PMD-700 > Marantz PMD-660 (16/48) > Audacity > CDWav > FLAC1644
DAT provided by: Christian Richart
Transfer/seed: Brad Foster
~ One set ~
01. Spider Fingers > (Mountain Jam)
02. White Wheeled Limousine > (My Baby Wrote Me A Letter)
03. Hot House Ball
04. Drunken Hiccups >
05. Western Skyline >
07. Scarlet Begonias
08. Fields of Gray
09. Under The Boardwalk
10. The Changes
11. Rainbow’s Cadillac
12. Across The River
13. Wharf Rat >
14. Talk Of The Town
15. Defenders Of The Flag
16. Carry The Water
17. Valley Road
~ Encore ~
18. Mandolin Rain >
19. Brokedown Palace
20. Walk In The Sun >
21. Cruise Control
Total tracks = [02:07:58]
-- Level dip at the end of t07 Scarlet, present on DAT.
There appears to be no music missing, just ~10 sec dip in the levels, this was left as-recorded.
-- The crowd noise during the encore break was faded out on the DAT/crossfaded.
-- Setlist courtesey of bruuuce.com.
|Last seeder||Last activity 3:39 ago|
|Size||787.68 MB (825940477 Bytes)|
|Num files||24 files|
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|Looks great THANKS!
|Looks great man! Thanks a ton!
anyone ever seen 5/23/96, State Theater, Portland, Maine? I was there and I've never seen it anywhere.
Again, thanks a lot.
|Thanks very much for sharing this! I love the 1993-1997 Hornsby shows!
|Does anyone have 11/20/93 or 8/22/95? Many thanks again for the Hornsby!
|My favorite Bruce era is 2000 to now. I wish more recordings from the 2000's circulated especially 00 - 04.
I like not having Debbie Henry signing back up these days. I didn't enjoy her wailing. Bruce's voice is awesome and he doesn't need a back up singer. I consider the 90's the Debbie/guitarless era.
The 90's usually didn't have a guitar player after 92 up until Doug came in 98.
The 2000's got more jazzy and jammy as the songs extended a lot more. Plus I enjoy a lot of the new songs that came out during the past 10 years. Plus Steve Kimock made a ton of guest appearances in the 2000's.
The format of Bruce's shows is even better these days, as well, as you got that little segment where he plays 2 songs on the accordian and then 2 on the dulcimer.
Don't get me wrong I still like the 90's but I love what and how he does it now. Bruce and the Noisemakers are on fire!
I just don't understand why he isn't bigger than he is. He is one of my favorite jambands.
|Thank you for sharing this.
I am pretty sure I don't have it.
I second that on hoping to see more shows from the 2000's circulate here.
I always see 90's stuff and most of it has been circulated here hundreds of times especially all the Furthur Festival stuff.