October 8, 1999
Uniondale, Long Island, NY
(FOB) Schoeps mk4 > kc5 > cmc6 > Sonosax SX-M2 > Apogee AD1000 > Sony D100 (Set I @44.1kHz, Set II @48kHz)
Sony D8 > M-Audio MicroTrack > CF Card > WaveLab 5.01b (fades, resample Set II to 44.1kHz, patch/splice) > CD Wave v1.94.7 > FLAC (level 8)
recorded by Dave Flaschner, Milt, Memphis Mike, and Tony A.
transferred by Jason Sobel ([email protected]
unaltered files from the original DAT transfer have been archived, and are available upon request
Disc 1 - [58:22]
01 - [10:20] - Piper (see note below)
02 - [11:13] - AC/DC Bag
03 - [07:10] - Suzy Greenberg
04 - [07:04] - Meat
05 - [09:15] - Meatstick *
06 - [13:21] - Run Like an Antelope
Disc 2 - [68:36]
01 - [14:42] - Halley's Comet
02 - [20:14] - Tweezer -> My Left Toe
03 - [09:09] - Bug
04 - [09:04] - Fee
05 - [15:27] - Harry Hood (see note below)
Disc 3 - [33:06]
Set II continued
01 - [10:48] - We're Not Gonna Take It **
02 - [08:18] - Chalkdust Torture
03 - [02:43] - encore break
04 - [07:46] - The Squirming Coil
05 - [03:31] - Tweezer Reprise
* Page's wife Sofi Dillof joined in the dance
** First time played; from The Who's "Tommy"; with Tom Marshall on vocals and stage antics
Unfortunately, the FOB tapers were shut down during Harry Hood.
I have spliced in the following source to complete the show:
DPA 4011's > V2 > Apogee AD500 > DA-P1 (recorded by Ron Dalton)
Starting at 11:58 in Harry Hood, and the rest of the show after that, is from the DPA 4011 source.
Also, in Piper, there was one point where the levels probably got bumped up mistakenly,
and the right channel was heavily clipped. I used the DPA 4011 source to replace this short segment,
for a length of approximately 20 seconds starting at 04:18.
One other thing to note about the DPA 4011 source is that the overall recording level is louder.
For the patch in Piper, I adjusted the levels on the DPA source to match the Schoeps, so the patch would be smoother.
For the splice in Harry Hood, and everything after the splice, I left the DPA source levels as orginally recorded.