09.24.2001
cu.org DAT-1 clone

Source C:
DAT --- Core Sound Binaurals > Sony TCD-D8 (Oade Bros Mod II) @ 48 KHZ
Position: Floor
Transfer: DAT-M > Tascam DA-20 > coax > Audiophile 24/96 > Sound Forge > WAV (transfer by cu.org/GSP)
Taper: Jeff Sebastianelli
Gen
: Master Recording or "0" Generation (in WAV)
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes: Clear recording with an accurate capture of a performance that, lackluster one could complain in regards to set list variation, is indicative of the bands ability to both create a clear, concise & definitive performance but simultaneously engage in a dissonance from it's fan base ala King Crimson or the 'used to be' Cat Stevens. In my opinion this is simply a fantastic recording that clearly pushed the limits of the tapers' equipment to the limit. I don't think I pulled a recording like this with the 'same' equipment. As it is, there are only so many recordings of the same set you can listen too - right? I would argue, though, that this is one of the shows you would probably want to check out. Unfortunately, I am so jaded by this band these days (2009, this is a 'new' recording) thus not entirely interested in hearing Schism. Again. And Again. And. Again.... Now one may wonder why this shows is so darn long; easy, the taper recorded a good deal of intro music & also recorded post-show while using a DDS 90m tape. Trust me.
 

DAT Master
Time:
2:18:00

Setlist:

Tuva
The Grudge
(-)Ions
Stinkfist
(White Lines + Suspicious Minds)

46 & 2

'Good evening.'

 Prison Sex (OTRM)
 Eon Red Apocalypse <space noise>
Eulogy
Schism
Disposition
Reflection
Intermission
Parabol
Parabola


'Thank you very much... for coming'

Eon Blue Apocalypse
The Patient


'We have some good news. Friends of ours are releasing an album tonight at midnight, Tenacious D. We highly recommend Tenacious D.'
Crowd - 'D! D! D! D!'

Ænema


'Thank you very much. We'll see you again soon. But in the meantime, we've have an assignment for you. We would like you to remember these feelings your having, hang on to these feelings. Take them home with you, and in the coming weeks use these feelings to create something positive.'

Lateralus