Source C: 
DAT --- Danish Pro audio 4061 > MPS6030 > Sony TCD-D100 (Oade Mod)
Location:  FOB
Taper:       Per (trade, contact him your damn self - figure it out)
Gen:          1 Gen from Master (DAT-1)
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes: Although this is a quasi-damaged recording, it is a pleasure to listen to. Maybe it is because the taper & I are friends (always enjoy his recordings) so I suppose I am biased. That said, before technical issues ensue, the recording is mildly soft but very clean + balanced. Standing, if I remember correctly, around the Front of Board (or so), this recording is very much a mix between "stack" sound & "ambient" sound. Rather interesting. The taper attended this show with friends and, at a couple points, you can barely hear them talking in-between songs (not loud or annoying) if you listen closely. Now, roughly 3/4 of the way through the recording there is some unexpected equipment malfunctioning going on. The wires in the battery box were not attached properly (loose) thus there is a plethora of strange digital sounds such as: "cchhchh" or "phhthht". The "popping" sound reminds me of standing next to a microwave as popcorn reaches the pinnacle of it's existence. From what I can tell, this technical issue begins during Right In Two & is, simply, pervasive throughout the remainder of the performance. So, Right In Two is effected. Sober is incomplete (with times the sound comes back), Lateralus is missing & part of Vicarious + Ænema are missing. Still, even in it's form, this is a solid recording. This is also the best source for this performance known to exist.

Maynardism: "Good evening silly English Types-ah"





Time: 98:10
Setlist / Quote:

Lost Keys
Rosetta Stoned
Forty Six & 2
Right In Two