|Checksums||d1shn-md5 , d2shn-md5 , d2fix-shn-md5 , d2fix-wav-md5|
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|Source Summary||shn; Neumann KM140 -> D-MIC20 -> DAT -> CDR> EAC> CDWAV> SHN; via M. Beebe, P. Rocco; note d2 minor errors: a noise in t3 6:04 - 6:08, pop between t3,4; fixed d2 available 5/23|
Begging Pete's pardon, but an updated/revised version of this textfile's setlist was needed since there were some omissions, as well as corrections and expansions that warranted noting. For instance, the Illinization (which is debatable*) > Improv was lacking.
* I say this because every live instance of this "tune" is sort of based simply on some cymbal cracks by Billy, I think. It's sort of hard to define the tune otherwise.
Of special mention here is the (as far as I know) first known performance of Down On Me, albeit in a different form than what it becomes when thrown into rotation in 2003. Nonetheless, it's definitely the song's bass line, with John's playing being different than later versions, and so the structure of the piece differs as well.
So far in my re-listening to shows from this tour I've found an early version of Down On Me on 5/1/2000 as well.
|01/30/2010||duggy||And actually, the early version of Down On Me is better named Down On Me/Tsukemono medley since Chris is playing the bass line from Tsukemono and they sort of toy between the themes/melodies of each tune.|