Source: Analog --- Sonic Studios DSM-6S/L > PA-6LC2 > Sony WM-D6C
Gen: 1at from Master
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Notes: As per taper request, this recording is for trade if it is for video of this date or 09.30.02 Anchorage. If not, sorry.
Notes: Very clear recording. Hearing this really makes me want to invest in a decent analog deck, some Sonic Studios & try a few recordings out. There is something to say for FOS>MD or DAT though. But, there is also something to say for high quality analogs. People say they are inferior to DATs & MD's & whatever but, really, there is also something quite interesting about it as well. I think some of the best sounding recordings of bands, not just Tool, have been used via analog equipment. The majority of Pink Floyd's shows, for example. The problem with collectors & whatnot, these days, is that we are so used to digital media formats that anything of an 'old' technology is assumed to be crap. This recording completely blows that assumption out of the water. It does help that this particular taper has quite a bit of experience throughout the years as well. As for the band, simply, Tool was on this night. This is the -show- right before they started to mix up the setlists a bit. In other words, this is the last 'standard' setlist of the Summer 2002 gigs. If that makes sense.
Maynardism: "Sioux Falls. Sioux Falls, Tool. Tool, Sioux Falls. Nice to meet you."
Maynardism: "Thank you very much for your support. Every now & then, you get caught up in your, daily routine. You let the bullshit get to you. And you lose track of why it is you do what it is you do & we would like to thank you for reminding us why we do this. Thank you very much."
Post-Show (Get the fuck-out: outro tape) + (leaving venue, walking, talking)
(Suspicious Minds + White Lines)
46 & 2