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|Description||Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood|
Venue : O-East
Location : Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
[This fileset is an ID3 tagged version of http://db.etree.org/shn/85641]
Source: DPA4023 > Mini-Me > D8 (2nd Floor balcony)
Lineage: ZA5ES > ULT I1000DCX > konnekt 8 > G4 >
Cubase LE > DSPQ-PowercoreCompact (48>44.1) > Wav > Flac
Taped and Transfered by: HuD
NOTE: There are fades between each disc -- no music is lost.
01. [02:59] - Open Intro >
02. [14:10] - Hanuman >
03. [12:10] - Bass Solo > Bass'n'Organ [@1:33] > Tequila & Chocolate [@3:02]
04. [11:46] - Little Walter Rides Again
05. [09:56] - Open Intro > Tootie Ma Is A Big Fine Thing [@3:03]
06. [16:35] - Telegraph > Miles Behind [@9:36]
01. [10:05] - A Go Go
02. [06:08] - Down The Tubes >
03. [10:08] - Down The Tubes cont'd >
04. [11:39] - New New Orleans#
05. [13:50] - In Case The World Changes Its Mind
06. [08:33] - Bass Solo > Cachaça [@2:06] >
07. [12:16] - Open Guitar Intro > Deadzy [@2:26] > What Now [@6:11] >
-- DISCS ARE NOT SEAMLESS --
01. [08:15] - Guitar Solo > Julia [@2:24]
02. [12:39] - Hottentot > Guitar Outro* [@10:46]
03. [01:45] - 'Crowd'
04. [09:37] - Legalize It
# w/LCTDT(P) teases
* MMW join for final chord @11:50
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|Type||Medeski, Martin & Wood|
|Last seeder||Last activity 9:29:30 ago|
|Size||982.96 MB (1030704129 Bytes)|
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-- THE SHACK PROJECT --
This is an effort to seed all existing MMW shows, and yes, preserving the audio of the original SHN/FLAC filesets -- but now with a twist. We are now seeding ID3 FLAC encoded filesets of db.etree sources which still maintains the audio integrity. The seeding will proceed chronologically for the most part, with exceptions as we feel the vibe to seed other gigs from other times.
Thanks to MMW for allowing their music to be recorded....really, thank you.
Huge thanks goes out to the tapers, without whom this wouldn't be possible...and those that have helped get the tunes to our ears.
And thanks to the other 5 guys I've dragged into this and who seem committed to the cause: Louie, Mike Tom, Todd & Jeff....we're all listening to these shows and hopefully circulating the best versions.
All shows listed here in SHN/FLAC will be seeded:
These shows will be seeded as well, either by me or by one of a few other kind souls:
Shows listed here circulate in some manner. We are looking for as close to the original source as we can get so if you can help out with any of the following, we'd all appreciate it:
http://db.etree.org/duggy/mmwneeds (this list is in the process of being compiled...maybe forever?)
enjoy the grooves
***FOR ALL YOUR SETLIST NEEDS***
MMW Performance History @ http://mmwhistory.com - this is a fantastic resource that allows you to look at info on gigs by MMW and related side projects and guest appearances; big thanks to Tom for creating this page.
We are actively updating all setlists as we seed, and also others outside the particular order of the project.
db.etree is also being updated in tandem with the updates to Tom's pages -- both the source and show pages.
|Just thought I'd add a comment to these MSMW gigs too: GRAB 'EM! These sources, all of them, sound great -- I prefer the DPAs myself, but really, these are all great.
I'm a big MSMW fan -- I think A Go Go is brilliant and I love the tight pocket grooves it contains, and MMW's role as Scofield's foil. I prefer Out Louder's approach of a more collaborative effort and I think the compositions are more integrated across the quartet (instead of MMW applying their thang to Scofield's compositions after the fact, like A Go Go).
Granted, I will say I think MSMW could let loose even more than they do -- the Down The Tubes segments always offer some level of treat so I'd love to hear more in that vein. But, I love the tunes, love the band ... MMW can't do wrong by me, so MSMW is just a cool flavour to sample no and again in my listening.
These Japan gigs are hot! The band is jiving together even more so than they were by the end of the fall '06 tour -- they just know the framework better as a quartet -- '07 was a good year for MSMW grooves!
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