Medeski Martin & Wood
Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany
Wednesday, January 31, 2001
Source: Sennheiser MKE 2002 > Sony D8
01. [04:35] - Open Improv >
02. [07:50] - Philly Cheese Blunt
03. [06:31] - Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus
04. [09:11] - Bone Digger >
05. [09:54] - Drum Intro > Coconut Boogaloo [@1:25] >
06. [03:07] - Open Improv >
07. [09:32] - Shacklyn Knights > Drum Solo [@8:01] >
08. [06:47] - Blue Pepper
Set II (INCOMPLETE - see note from taper)
01. [03:32] - Drum Solo* >
02. [06:40] - The Dropper+
03. [06:02] - Just Like I Pictured It+
04. [09:23] - Bass Solo > Chubb Sub [@2:13]
05. [05:56] - Note Bleu >
06. [09:20] - Big Time > Intro to [@8:11] >
07. [12:42] - Partido Alto
08. [11:34] - Bubblehouse
* fades in; start of set missing (maybe one or two songs)
+ The Dropper cuts out due to taper battery problems; taping resumes a few minutes into JLIPI. The tracks fade out/in respectively.
From Hanno (taper):
11/29/01: I recorded this show. (I wonder who made the SHNs? Thanks!!) you might want to know before downloading this source that due to a wrong mic pre-amp setting on the D8 the recording suffers from overloading / distortion when it gets really loud. that was my lack of experience with the mics and also happened to me in Hamburg two days before. I've made some wonderful recordings with them since. If by any chance there are better recordings of either show, please do let me know! thanks
11/29/01: please make that *Berlin* instead of *Hamburg* in my previous comment
11/29/01: and finally, the drum solo is not the beginning of the second set; there was some music (maybe one or two songs) prior to it. I also lost that due to the batteries.
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I recorded this show. (I wonder who made the SHNs? Thanks!!) you might want to know before downloading this source
that due to a wrong mic pre-amp setting on the D8 the recording suffers from
overloading / distortion when it gets really loud. that was my lack of experience
with the mics and also happened to me in Hamburg two days before.
I've made some wonderful recordings with them since. If by any chance there
are better recordings of either show, please do let me know! thanks
I just added the above comments to the .txt file - I believe I'm the only one hosting it at the moment, so anyone else who grabs it will get the same notes. The recording really isn't that bad at all, I did hear the slight distortion during the drum solo mostly, and the stereo image changes every now and then (binaural mics, right)... but it's still a nice recording and a pretty good show.
Considerable maintenance to setlist (updates, segues, typos, track times, etc.)
NOTE: The original textfile erroneously listed 9 tracks on disc 2. The entire set is there, but it is only 8 tracks (Chubb Sub was listed on its own track, but it actually shares a track with its preceding Bass Solo).