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Nikon At Jones Beach Amphitheatre
Neumann TLM-170 (hypercards, official tapers section) -> Sound Devices 722 (@24/96); FLAC File processing in SoundForge Pro 10.0d (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; clap removal); Tracked in CDWav. IDv3 tagged in AudioShell 1.3.5.
2. Skin It Back ->
5. Happiness Is A Warm Gun
6. Mike's Song ->
7. I Am Hydrogen ->
8. Weekapaugh Groove
9. Halley's Comet ->
10. Axilla ->
11. Ya Mar
13. Jesus Just Left Chicago
14. Backwards Down The Number Line
15. Golgi Apparatus
1. crowd / tuning
2. Chalk Dust Torture
3. Sand ->
4. Golden Age
5. Wolfman's Brother ->
6. Walk Away
8. Fluffhead ->
9. The Wedge
10. (Run Like An) Antelope
11. encore break
12. Character Zero
It was quite a windy night at the beach, and while my awesome furry windscreens did a fine job at keeping the wind rumble from effecting this recording, you can hear the sound blowing around at times -- most prominently in Chalkdust Torture.
Note there were a LOT of loud local clappers near the tapers' section, so I spent some serious time "de-clapping" this recording. I scrubbed claps from S1T2(2 claps), S1T3(23), S1T4(15), S1T5(13), S1T6(8), S1T7(3), S1T8(15), S1T11(2 claps, 1 balloon pop), S1T12(1), S1T13(2), S1T14(10), S1T15(3), S2T2(4), S2T4(25), S2T7(1 pop, 6 claps), S2T8(6), S2T9(19), S2T10(11)
Special thanks to Jon Pasternak who let me clamp to his mic stand even though I didn't have a taper's ticket!
Recorded, Mastered, and tracked by Scott Bernstein (7/12-16/2012)
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Better late to the party than never showing up on this one. ;)
|I just added this to the etree database:
|thank you. sounds like an upgrade to me. peace
|Working on the 7/4 show now and it sounds 100% better than this one, due to far less wind at the venue!
The plan to knock the audience off their feet right out of the gate with a Little Feat cover they haven't played since 1988(!) [though Mike Gordon Band covers it on a regular basis] appeared to be a good one. The band played a slow-building version of "Skin It Back" that sounded to me like they were playing "Spanish Moon" until they started the lyrics, and it was very welcome! Continuing with a pretty high energy set that also saw the band's only performance of The Beatles' "Happiness Is A Warm Gun" since they played the entire White Album on 10/31/94 (very well played and also very welcome!) and a wonderful version of "Jesus Just Left Chicago" all made the set highly enjoyable. Even recent tunes "Joy" and "Backwards Down The Number Line" that I'm not usually psyched to hear were well placed and welcome in the context of this set to me. Add some fun with "Ya Mar" and "Halley's Comet" and it was a great way to kick off the first night of my personal summer Phish run.
The 2nd set was chock full of highlights including, early on, the "Sand" -> "Golden Age" segment, which was well jammed out and beautiful. They ripped into the "Wolfman's Brother" in which Mike took the driver's seat and broke things down to a smokin' slap bass solo, which Trey slightly unceremoniously cut off for a left-turn into Joe Walsh's classic rocker "Walk Away", which was powerful (so in hindsight we'll forgive Trey for cutting off Mike in the middle of his solo). "Bug" which is another tune I'm not usually that into was really engaging to me. They nailed "Fluffhead" and "The Wedge" was a fun appetizer for the final course of "Antelope". This "Antelope" was one for the ages -- I've heard a lot of versions of this song, and have heard minor sloppiness in most of the versions I've seen since their return from their hiatus....but this one not only contained no sloppiness -- it took things to the next level that the song does not usually achieve, like an "Antelope" on steroids -- not that it was faster, but it was that the band was energized while playing it, playing it somewhat atypically -- throwing new jams and pumping new lifeblood into a song that doesn't usually change that much.
This was a super strong show.
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