Source B: Solid State Recorder ---- MM-BSM-2 > MM-EBM-1 > Microtrack 24/96 (@16/44.1)(Mono)
Dissemination: Tascam DA-20 > G5 > Peak > FLAC > Dimeadozen.org (09/2006)
Location: Aisle behind front mezz, right/center
Gen: 0 from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes - by: Taper: Well I wasn't really expecting to pull a good tape from where I was seated (Row T Rear Mezz). However once the lights went out a bunch of us flooded the aisles, and the City Center security didn't seem to mind at all. So I managed to get better position on the rail behind the front mezz. With a much better view as well.Unfortunately somehow during the move the wire came loose on the mics, and I lost the right channel. BUMMER! Not even realizing I just kept on going. So I had to paste the left channel over in Audacity after I transferred it to my PC. Hence the mono recording. There is some crowd noise here, and there. Mainly in between songs.
Notes - by: Galen: Definitely a solid AUD recording. Although the taper had some issues whilst taping the end result is actually a good listen. The vocals are pretty clean, the guitar is prominent, the bass hits nicely & the drums are just right. Even during RS, where the vocals from this era of recordings tend to be buried, this source does a good job of ascertaining what MJK is screaming. I do not know how many collectors would continually pick this source over Keith's Schoeps source however I do recommend folks take a long, hard listen to this recording as it really does not disappoint. That said, there are no real "surprises" here either.
Maynardism: "Thank you very much for letting us borrow your city. Bagles on the square; those who know - know. Those who don't sorry. Pull it together people, it's your town. Cinnamon raisin bagel on the square. Shh. Had enough? That was... that was lame. Had enough?"
Setlist / Quote:
46 & 2
Eon Blue Apocalypse