Source B:
DAT --- Core Sound Binaurals > battery box > Sony PCM-M1 (line-in)
Transfer: Tascam DA-20 > Coaxial > Audiophile 2496 > Audacity > CD Wave > .wav > SoundForge > Flac Frontend (level 8) > .flac
Location: (info not provided)
Taper: Daskrabs
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes - Taper: Overall, great recording, IMHO. Complete show. There is a bit of crowd noise immediately surrounding the taper for most of the show. I would like to thank bennyblanco from CU.org for taking the time and effort to master this for me. He did a fine job.
Notes - Galen: Ok yeah I know that by me saying the following it will result in scratched heads & hate-mail, but, I prefer the overall product of this source versus the MK4>R09. This source sounds more like the MK4 source *should have* sounded. The overall sound is much brighter, there is much more separation of the instruments & MJK's vocals are not nearly as drowned-out/buried than on other sources. Nicely done. Now in the age of solid state recorders, DPA, SPCMC, MK4 microphone sources floating around who would have thought that the basic CSB>DAT rig could pull off such an impressive recording? Well, there you go. Clean, crisp & enjoyable even with the ever-so-present pre-pubescent females screaming now + then.

"Thank you for joining us for our little run through the forest. Please look out for each on the way home. I know that some of you are drunk but please resist the urge to try & have sex with a police officer, it's just not going to work out for you. And many many moons. It's been fun, we'll see you again, soon."



<bass drone>
Lost Keys
Rosetta Stoned
Wings For Marie (Pt 1)
10,000 Days (Wings Pt 2)