Source C: DAT --- Sonic Studios DSM-6 S/L> Sony PCM-M1
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes: You may notice the setlist at the bottom. I was not at this show. After the 08.30.02 show, I attained the setlist from the sound engineer. Completely different show - still, managed to get a setlist. Truth be told, I was hoping for the setlist from Cleveland, OH but, retrospectively, am rather pleased at the outcome.
Notes: The best, sound-wise of the RCMH gigs to surface. Sound is not muffled, is up close & has a wide-ranging dynamic sound. Besides the taper vocalizing his excitement during 'H' (I don't mind, I don't miiiiiiind); you can barely hear the crowd during the songs. A bit of talking between them though, but that's all right. This recording has the absolute worst tracking I've ever seen. Track transitions are fine, no
mini-gaps, but a new track will appear in the middle of a song and whatnot. Not a big deal; kind of funny, really. Either the person who mastered it has no idea where a song starts/ends or this was done automatically by the mastering program itself. In sum, good sounding audience recording/arguably professional sounding with a less than professional taper.
Maynardism: "We would like to thank the artist responsible for these wonderful pieces of art you see before you. His name is Alex Grey, thank you Alex. Everyone say 'thank you Alex'. Alex is responsible for our album cover artwork. Alex Grey. Thank you for sharing this moment with us tonight, hopefully, we've been some sort of catalyst for healing or inspiration. Hopefully, you'll leave here inspired, healed & horny. We suggest you go home & have sex. Thank you very much for sharing this time with us this evening."
Eon Blue Apocalypse