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Artist/Band: The Tragically Hip - "Now For Plan A" Tour
Supporting Band: The Arkells (also recorded)
Date: 2013-01-23 (Wednesday)
Title: Save Us, Edmonton!
Venue: Rexall Place - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Venue capacity: ~5000
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)
Recording location: Mics were at 11 feet, FOB, just inside SBD cage, 1 metre ROC
Sound Quality: EX, A, 9/10 - Excellent sound quality - approaching the limitations of my equipment.
Recorded by: Seth Meister (http://gplus.to/seth01)
Mastered by: Dennis Orr
Release date: 2013-02-22
All photos taken by Seth Meister and licensed under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
01 Intro Music/Crowd - 3:41
02 At Transformation - 3:47
03 Grace Too - 6:35
04 Escape Is At Hand For The Travellin' Man - 6:04
05 Man Machine Poem - 3:49
06 Chat - 0:41
07 Gift Shop - 5:53
08 Ahead By A Century - 6:04
09 Chat - 0:49
10 Streets Ahead - 3:30
11 Eldorado - 4:15
12 Poets - 5:04
13 The Kids Don't Get It - 5:13
14 In View - 4:16
15 We Want To Be It - 4:27
16 Fully Completely - 4:45
17 Wheat Kings - 5:17
18 New Orleans Is Sinking > Nautical Disaster > New Orleans Is Sinking - 9:39
19 Fire In The Hole - 4:26
20 Goodnight Attawapiskat - 3:48
21 Blow At High Dough - 7:18
22 Encore Break - 2:37
- Encore -
23 My Music At Work - 3:50
24 At The Hundredth Meridian - 5:02
25 Bobcaygeon - 5:18
26 Courage (For Hugh MacLennan) - 4:49
27 Little Bones - 5:41
Notes from: http://tragicallyhiptour.blogspot.ca
First Wheat Kings appearance that was not in the encore this tour. Fully Completely was played for the first time on the Canadian leg.
Total Time: 2:06:52
Total .flac(5) size: 694 MB
Total .wav size: 1.25 GB
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 13th time seeing The Tragically Hip and my 11th time recording them. The snowstorm had begun late the night before and it was clearly a wild Canadian winter wonderland! Having moved to BC from Montreal several years earlier, I hadn't seen this much snow in years. My drive from Red Deer (where the previous night's show was) to Edmonton was quite insane with plenty of cars going off the road and hanging out in the ditch as if to remind everyone how precarious the drive actually was.
This was my first time in Edmonton and I liked it quite a bit. It was also nice to get out of that hole in the wall hotel and into something much more reasonable and with working wifi too. I had a very short time to do some site seeing on my way to Rexall Place which is also where The Edmonton Oilers hockey team call home. The venue itself was strangely round but I was happy to see a wonderful statue of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky at the front doors. Arriving early, I had a wait of about 20 minutes before the doors opened and then the usual 15 minute wait before I got okayed by security to get in with all my gear.
I was grateful see the crew there and as usual, they were wonderful in allowing me a small footprint within the SBD cage to put up my stand and set up my mics. I was originally going to run my Busman omnis to give them their first usage and had changed the caps at the hotel before I went to the venue but when I saw the placement of the chairs I put the hypers back on. The floor was stuffed full with chairs everywhere including less than a metre in front of the SBD cage and on the sides. It was seriously ridiculously squishy there and because there was a little room to get by in front of the SBD, it was always busy and full of people. I did run my Church omnis to try and get some of that richness and bass but definitely made the right decision about using the hypers.
This was a great show and the band were really on this night. This set was the longest of the Canadian leg of their tour to date running at over 2 hours long. The ticket I had for this show was DFC but behind the board up in section 110. I stayed on the floor at the board for this one. Unlike the Cranbrook show where I was in the 2nd row all night, the Kamloops show where I was in row 6 and the Red Deer show where I was in row 7, I was just too far to shoot video with my little camera. I did take a few more pics that usual.
Again, I'd like to express my enormous gratitude to the band for allowing tapers and to the crew for putting up with us, giving me the needed footprint and even sticking up for me when over-zealous security where being morons. Their help and support was greatly appreciated not to mention the amazing job they did. Your hard work night after night is greatly appreciated. Bravo and thank you!
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|Thanks for this show and for setting the scene for us that were not there. Love it when there is a lot of detail to go with the show.
|Thanks to the band, the sound guys etc...but let's say also thank you Seth! You did an excellent job!
|Thank you! I was at this show and it was great! So happy that you taped it and shared it with the etree community! Nice pictures too. :)
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