08.03.01
Tour with King Crimson

Source C:
DAT -- MBHO KA-200 > MBC-603A > Sound Devices MP-2 > Sony SBM-1 > Sony TCD-D100
                                                                                
 or
Source C: DAT -- Sonic Studios DSM-6S/L > PA-6LC2/85 > Sony TCD-D100
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes / 2005: It is official, I have received 4 exact same replications of this show from reputable collector's & 2 of each have been either the MBHO or the Sonic Studios source. This means that both of these sources are questionable. Only a DAT clone would clarify issues or a Master>CD copy. If you have any info, let me know. And, of course, same disc times.
Notes / 2003: The sound on this recording is above average but also seems to be a little distant, perhaps. As such, the recording sounds slightly muted or far away even though it has been reported that the taper was in the 6th row of seating, not lawn. Perhaps the mics were under a tee-shirt or something, I don't know. As it is though, the quality is excellent, the crowd is low while the band is loud (in comparison with crowd noise). Not sure who, exactly, taped this show but other MBHO recordings I have heard are actually better quality than this. I would like to note that I am contrasting this recording to the aforementioned MBHO recordings, for those that know what I am talking about. For those that really are confused & need detailed explanation, please feel free to dial my direct question line: (888) 333-7830 ext. #25 but only US and Canadian's can access this # via a touch-tone phone line.

Maynardism: "Good evening. Tonight, is all about pleasure. It is an absolute pleasure to see you again. It is an absolute pleasure to share the stage with King Crimson."

 

 

                                                                                  

CD 2
Time:
36:21

Setlist:
Intermission
Sober
Parabol
Parabola
Ænema
Lateralus

CD 1
Time:
75:44

Setlist:
Tuva
The Grudge
(-) Ions
Stinkfist
(White Lines)
Swamp Song
Prison Sex (OTRM)
Schism
Pushit
Disposition
Reflection