Tour with King Crimson
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Notes: Overall, good recording. The taper seemed to be rather close to the stacks or close enough to get a tight sounding live recording without getting a brickwall or too far back to get a lot of crowd noise/chatter. If I had to choose 3 words for this recording, they would consist of: clear, live & good. Enough about that, I think perhaps my limit for words about this recording has been reached. Tool was performing rather nice this night & the setlist, although not totally re-arranged like they did for a couple shows in 2002, is interesting enough to invoke interest in a listener even if this is the 10,000th Tool-live-recording you have heard. You know, there seems to be people that just do not get sick of Tool... sort of like people who continue to listen to the Beatles or Pink Floyd, for example. I don't know. In my opinion, Tool is right up there with the classic musicians that we look back on and think of fondly. Only time will tell if the masses think that but, at the end of the day, who gives a flying F what other people think?
Maynardism: "Every now & then, we have to ask ourselves why it is we do this. It's never really more apparent or appropriate as it is when we are in LA. We get so convoluted. Everyone's got their fucking hand out, their all a bunch of liars & thieves & acquaintances. We just have to remind ourselves that it's about this - what we are feeling right now, that's what it's about. Fuck 'em."
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