Source B: Mini Disc --- Sony ECM-MS908C > Sony MZ-R700
Taper: Charles C.
Gen: 1st from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes: Good audience recording. The microphones capture the ambience of the venue nicely. There is no brickwall or anything like that. Some could say that the recording seems to keep a good balance of high & low end, mixed together - I like that. But, you can hear the limitation of the microphones if you listen closely. Or, maybe, that is just my opinion. Overall, this is a very good capture of what Tool is as a live band but is nothing remarkable other than the fact that it is a good Tool recording. There is slight high end distortion though, if you strain your ears a little as well. The band seemed pretty 'on' this night as well. Shows from this era, post-9/11, are interesting to me, at least. They seem to evoke more of a meaning, in a way. Or not. At this point, not openly trading this recording so the taper can get what he can out of it for trading - before someone puts this on some form of file-sharing program, that is.
Maynardism: "It's been a pleasure sharing this moment with you. Hopefully, we have served as a catalyst in some form of healing. We would like you to do something for us. Not just for us but for the entire global community. We'd like you to remember this feeling you're feeling. Take it home with you & in the coming weeks, create something that will heal everyone"
Eon Red Apocalypse
Stinkfist (Suspicious Minds)
Eon Blue Apocalypse