Source A: DAT --- Core Sound Binaurals > Sony PCM-M1
DAT: DAT-M > Digital Clone-1
CD: 1G from Taper, Transferred in 2001
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes: I think that this recording is one of the better captures of a 2001 performance that is floating around. The band just seems very in the moment at this show - focused. Sound is nice, overall. I think that if the taper was a little closer to the speakers, the recording would be a little more crisp & bright rather than slightly muddy. I mean muddy only due to the distance as CSBs seem to be a little quiet when recording from a distance. This is to not negate the fact that this is a rock-solid recording though. But...this is a standard 2001 gig. For what it's worth. However, many people have commented that this particular show was very different. I don't know, I can't tell - sounds pretty standard to me. If you notice carefully, the setlist is sort of evolving is changing up things, even slightly, at this point. Interesting stuff. One of the reasons I enjoy collecting Tool & listening to these recordings is to monitor and understand, for myself, why & how they change over performances and time.
Maynardism: "Thank you so much for coming"
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