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North Mississippi Allstars 04/16/00
Somerville Theater, Somerville, MA
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Source Summary flac16: Neumann AK40s > LC3 > K100s > Sonosax SX-M2 > Apogee A/D-500e > Tascam DA-P1 
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North Mississippi Allstars
Somerville Theater
Somerville, MA

Source: Neumann AK40s > LC3 > K100s > Sonosax SX-M2 > Apogee A/D-500e > Tascam DA-P1 (ORTF 5th row center)
Transfer: DAT(0) > Tascam DA-20 > Microtrack II via S/PDIF > WAV (24/44.1)
Post-transfer editing: WAV (24/44.1) > Wavelab v6.10 (minor edits, iZotope Ozone 4 dither) > CD Wave v1.98 (tracking) > WAV (16/44.1) > TLH > FLAC(8)
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Recorded by: Eric McRoberts
Transferred by: Dave Mallick
Post-transfer editing: vanark

One Set:

01. Drinking Muddy Water
02. Po Black Maddie >
03. Skinny Woman > Po Black Maddie
04. Goin Down South
05. My Babe >
06. Shake Em On Down
07. All Night Long

Total time: 45:48

Luther Dickinson: guitar, vocals
Cody Dickinson: drums, guitar
Chris Chew: bass, vocals
Garry Burnside: guitar, drums, vocals

Special guest: Al Kooper on Hammond B3 (entire set)

Opened for: Galactic

In 2011, I became aware that Al Kooper had sat in with the North Mississippi Allstars at a show in Somerville in 2000.  The show did not
appear to be in circulation, so I began my quest.  It appeared the headlining set from Galactic was circulating so I was hopeful the NMA
set was recorded. It took me 2+ years to find a recording (I actually found two different ones within a week of each other!)

Many thanks to Eric McRoberts for loaning his master DAT for transfer.  Thanks to Tim Kreytak for the gear loan to Eric back in 2000.
Thanks to Mike Tarkanian for the assistance in identifying Eric as a potential taper of this show.  Thanks to Dave Mallick for his
assistance, patience and persistence in transferring the DAT.  Additional thanks to Dave for pointing me in the direction of Mike which
started the serendipitous trail to this recording.

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