St. Louis, MO
Source: Unknown Aud (see note) > DAT > Cass/x > CD > EAC > Mastering > FLAC
Mastered, tracked, and FLAC16 by Marmar- [email protected]
Thanks to Alec Swenson for the source discs.
This sounds suprisingly similar to the rig used for 3-21-92 at the Chestnut Caberet. It has the same frequency response pattern, and the phase is identical to whatever rig was used for this entry in the db.etree- http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=27791
01. The Landlady#
04. Guelah Papyrus
07. I Didn't Know
08. All Things Reconsidered
09. The Sloth
10. Runaway Jim
01. Golgi Apparatus
02. Uncle Pen
05. You Enjoy Myself >
07. The Squirming Coil
09. Chalk Dust Torture##
01. HYHU > Cracklin' Rosie > Cold As Ice
02. Bouncing Around the Room
03. Tweezer Reprise
04. Sleeping Monkey
05. Oh Kee Pa Ceremony >
06. Suzie Greenberg
The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fishman. BBFCFM included a Follow the Yellow Brick Road tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin' Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, Roger Halloway, in attendance. I Didn't Know featured Fishman on vacuum.
The first set was slighly off balance by about .5db....this was corrected shifting the pan to the left by .5db....The low end was tightened up with a combination of the Rbass and BBE units. The resulting output was passed to the L3Multi, and dithered back to 16bit/Type1/Ultra before tracking and FLAC encoding.
#durring the first few minutes of the song the taper is getting situated. There are some balance and volume adjustments durring this time.
##there was a tape flip here while in the analog realm. There was plenty of overlap between the songs to seamlessly slipce it back together.