Source A: Mini Disc --- Sony ECM-719 > Sony MD MZ-R700
Dissemination: MD Master > Wavelab 3.0 > FLAC Frontend (Level 8) > Torrent / Dimeadozen.org (06/2006)
Gen: 0 from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Cover - Front: HERE
Cover - Back: HERE
Notes - by: Taper: Once again I had problems with the batteries for my MD-recorder. I had to switch them between some songs so some seconds are missing. Considering these circumstances this recording still sound decent. In order to burn the show onto one CD you need to over burn it and leave out the New Tool Gig Announcement (track 12).
Notes - by: Galen: Although the microphones & recorder used for this recording may not be considered, technically, great... the end result is definitely a positive listening experience. As of 06/06/06 (uh, oh, the number of the beast!) this recording is the first time I've heard Rosetta Stoned performed minus Lost Keys (Blame Hoffman). Interesting stuff! There are some rather technical difficulties with this recording that the taper makes ample note of above. The recording itself gives a clear indication of the overall sound this evening; yes, there are some issues with crowd noise, clapping, etc but this recording is a good & accurate capture. If you simply based your decision to listen to this show on the source information in & of itself, you would miss out. All in all, worth your while. The taper included front & back covers to this show as well - of you were to burn it to CD like you should so you would listen to the entire show instead of a couple clips on your computer. Feel guilty? Good.
Maynardism: "How's it going? Good. Who wants pizza? I want waffles. New album out, called 10,000 Days, buy it so I can afford waffles."
Setlist / Quote:
"who wants pizza? ... I do!"
"That's how we fucking do it in Texas."
Forty-Six & 2
"Who wants pizza? I want wafels. ... New album out, called 10.000 Days. Buy it, so I can afford wafels."
"It's kinda cold."
(Texas accent:) "Well, it has been an absolute pleasure. ... Peace out!"
New Tool Gig Announcement