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Medeski Martin & Wood 11/04/04
The Showbox, Seattle, WA
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Entered by duggy
Checksums flac-md5-original , flac-md5-renamed
Disc Counts 2 / 2
Media Size
Date Circulated
Date Added
01/10/2005
01/21/2005
Source Summary flac16; Source: Schoeps MK4 > KCY > Sonosax SX-M2/LS > Sony M1 (30 ft. from stage, LOC); Transfer: Tascam DA-20mkII > Tascam CDRW700 > EAC > Soundforge 4.5 > CDRWav > SHN 
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Medeski, Martin & Wood
11-04-2004
The Showbox
Seattle, WA

Source:     Schoeps MK4 -> KCY -> Sonosax SX-M2/LS
          -> Sony M1  (~30ft. from stage, LOC)

Transfer:   Tascam DA-20 MkII -> Tascam CDRW700 ->
             EAC -> Soundforge 4.5 -> CDRWav -> SHN

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NOTE: I have renamed the tracks from the simple "d1??" or "d2??" format to better reflect the show and adhere to etree standards. A new md5 checksum has been generated to reflect the new file names.
dug (rshannon AT unb DOT ca) - June 1/2006
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Disc #1
Set 1:
01.  [03:22] - Who The Fuck?^
02.  [05:55] - Improv (w/ Felic bassline) >
03.  [07:02] - Improv >
04.  [08:00] - Improv >
05.  [14:41] - Lonely Avenue
06.  [13:01] - Queen Bee

Set 2:
07.  [16:15] - Pocket Knife^ > Open Improv [@14:31] >
08.  [08:52] - Toy Dancing
D1: 1:17:08
Disc #2
01.  [04:16] - Paris
02.  [06:05] - Sasa >
03.  [11:10] - Shine It > Drum Solo [@6:15] > We Are Rolling# [@9:38] >
04.  [06:57] - We Are Rolling cont'd# > The Letter^ [@2:49] >
05.  [09:16] - New Planet >
06.  [08:40] - End Of The World Party
07.  [11:44] - Curtis
Encore:
08.  [06:43] - I Wanna Ride You
D2: 1:04:52

^ PJ Harvey cover
# loose and unfinished
Show Checksums
flac-md5-original
750a7ebcc575c596431a17c91331d771 *d101.shn
ffd65340f76d567b07893e1837ee11b8 *d102.shn
a2db2f71d9bb563389d1eca1d5bb16c3 *d103.shn
97668cad96787eb2cd11876a8c4348a1 *d104.shn
1994e5174982f68e074028e74c027bc4 *d105.shn
fbc8ffbdc969c592375e2d3ddbbbb1dc *d106.shn
fe21b3cba7d89b43bd8619569fda12e7 *d107.shn
fec958654a55da61ac6ad8a687683f22 *d108.shn
e305ee36b27a225812448d2e7be016c6 *d201.shn
f5c8590a389a1c04522f00d0ee4183ba *d202.shn
62431c680119c831abf85e8f5508ee20 *d203.shn
22fef65430a5589c766148ce64f70bda *d204.shn
6f619d4137546dbcc5bb7a47edb4edf5 *d205.shn
d326a70b083fbc511c91cd7672c1a875 *d206.shn
494780b2a4a730bb8cc42dacec9b852e *d207.shn
3385d0f6efade84f463ba8d2b26634d7 *d208.shn
flac-md5-renamed
750a7ebcc575c596431a17c91331d771 *mmw2004-11-04d101.shn
ffd65340f76d567b07893e1837ee11b8 *mmw2004-11-04d102.shn
a2db2f71d9bb563389d1eca1d5bb16c3 *mmw2004-11-04d103.shn
97668cad96787eb2cd11876a8c4348a1 *mmw2004-11-04d104.shn
1994e5174982f68e074028e74c027bc4 *mmw2004-11-04d105.shn
fbc8ffbdc969c592375e2d3ddbbbb1dc *mmw2004-11-04d106.shn
fe21b3cba7d89b43bd8619569fda12e7 *mmw2004-11-04d107.shn
fec958654a55da61ac6ad8a687683f22 *mmw2004-11-04d108.shn
e305ee36b27a225812448d2e7be016c6 *mmw2004-11-04d201.shn
f5c8590a389a1c04522f00d0ee4183ba *mmw2004-11-04d202.shn
62431c680119c831abf85e8f5508ee20 *mmw2004-11-04d203.shn
22fef65430a5589c766148ce64f70bda *mmw2004-11-04d204.shn
6f619d4137546dbcc5bb7a47edb4edf5 *mmw2004-11-04d205.shn
d326a70b083fbc511c91cd7672c1a875 *mmw2004-11-04d206.shn
494780b2a4a730bb8cc42dacec9b852e *mmw2004-11-04d207.shn
3385d0f6efade84f463ba8d2b26634d7 *mmw2004-11-04d208.shn

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02/10/2008 duggy Updated some of the Set II setlist/tracking and added an alternate md5 to cover updating the file names to etree standards.
11/29/2011 duggy Minor maintenance to setlist (updates, segues, typos, track times, etc.)

... but actually, does anyone else hear a loose We Are Rolling after the Drum Solo that comes out of Shine It? @9:38 on d2t04 I noted an Improv, but just listening again right now it sounds like an unfinished We Are Rolling to me and then the spill over to d2t05 would be the mid-section to WAR but never makes it into that reggae-ish groove, so I've changed the track listing accordingly.