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Artist/Band: The Tragically Hip - "Now For Plan A" Tour
Supporting Band: The Arkells (also recorded)

Date: 2013-01-22 (Tuesday)
Title: Our Crosses Will Path
Venue: Enmax Centrium - Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
Venue capacity: ~4000
Estimated attendance: Full House
Weather conditions: Indoor show - not applicable
Type: Open-Air Audience/Open
Source: Busman BSC-1 K3 capsules (hyper-cardioid) (DIN) > GAKables > Hosa attenuators @ -20dB (XLR inputs) + CA-11 omnis > CA-9100 (1/8' inputs) > Zoom H4n @ 24 bit/48 kHz
Transfer: .WAV's > Wavelab Studio 6 (matrix) > Sound Forge Pro 10.0a (fades, minor edits, & normalize) > CDWav (tracking) > iZotope MBIT+ (dithered and downsampled to 16 bit/44.1 kHz) > Trader's Little Helper (level 5) > FLAC > TagScanner 5.1 (tagging)
Sound Quality: EX, A, 9/10 - Excellent sound quality - reaching the limitations of my equipment.
Recorded by: Seth Meister (
Mastered by: Dennis Orr
Release date: 2013-02-05
All photos taken by Seth Meister and licensed under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
Video of this performance can eventually be found on my YT channel:

01 Intro Music/Crowd - 3:29
02 At Transformation - 3:37
03 New Orleans Is Sinking - 5:58
04 Gus: The Polar Bear From Central Park - 4:31
05 Grace, Too - 6:38
06 Man Machine Poem - 3:53
07 Don't Wake Daddy - 5:49
08 The Modern Spirit - 2:59
09 Gift Shop - 5:29
10 Flamenco - 4:54
11 Chat - 0:44
12 Streets Ahead - 3:29
13 Boots Or Hearts - 3:51
14 In View - 4:07
15 Ahead By A Century - 5:25
16 We Want To Be It - 3:46
17 Poets - 5:50
18 Courage (For Hugh Maclennan) - 4:53
19 My Music At Work - 3:56
20 Fire In The Hole - 4:58
21 Encore Break - 2:30
- Encore -
22 Wheat Kings - 5:08
23 At The Hundredth Meridian - 4:02
24 Chat - 0:55
25 Bobcaygeon - 4:55
26 Nautical Disaster - 4:04
27 Blow At High Dough - 7:53

Notes from:
First Don't Wake Daddy since 2012/11/30 Minneapolis, MN. Just the 3rd version this tour (25 shows) of both Don't Wake Daddy and Boots Or Hearts. 2012/12/05 Spokane, WA remains the only show this tour to not hear Ahead By A Century, which has now been played in 24 of 25 shows. Wheat Kings has only appeared in the encore so far this tour.

Total Time: 1:57:57
Total .flac(5) size: 660 MB
Total .wav size: 1.16 GB

Band Members:
Gord Downie - Lead Vocals, Guitar
Paul Langlois - Guitars, Backing Vocals
Robby Baker - Guitars
Gord Sinclair - Bass, Backing Vocals
Johnny Fay - Drums

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This was my 12th time seeing The Tragically Hip. After a terrible night drive in the fog from Kamloops to home two days before, it was nice to be flying to Edmonton. The drive from Edmonton International Airport to Red Deer was quick and easy which made for a nice change. Sadly, my hotel in Red Deer was not the best but it was near the venue. Weather was so much colder than I've been used to in BC. Little did I know that a storm front was making it's way in and would be starting later that night after the show.

Once again, it was nice to see a friendly crew and as always, they were kind enough to allow me a small footprint for my stand within the SBD cage. This was an interesting venue and like at Cranbrook, BC a few days earlier, the floor seats were not crowding the soundboard making for a quieter audience on the capture.

On this night, the band were again tight and spot on. During "Grace, Too", someone throws a stuffed banana on stage and Gord, after picking it up, goes into a little bit of a rant asking "Who wastes good fruit?" Answering, "Reporters do" and "the medicorties" and then wondering if that band name was taken. and once again mentioning Roger Daltrey's scream in "Won't Get Fooled Again". Lots of fun.

My seat was at the 7th row and again I had a great view of the whole show. It's just so much fun to be able to set my recording and go to my seat and not have to worry about all the people talking, singing and yelling around me. After the show, as I took care of data dumping and uploading photos that I had just taken, the snow storm began. I knew getting to tomorrow's show in Edmonton would be an adventure and that it was in more ways than one.

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Robert17 2013-02-17 08:42:34
Thank you very much .

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