Tutu's - Kings College
February 28, 2006
Source Info: AUD -> CD
Conversion: Adam Nelson ([email protected]
) & Henry Hart
CD > flac > .wav > .flac (see notes below):
EAC (secure mode, all tracks 100%) -> WAV -> flac frontend (level 6)
Tracks split using CD Wave v1.93.3 > .wav > Adobe Audition v2.0 >
CD Wave > flac frontend (level 8)
PRESERVE THE QUALITY
DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3
Track | Name | Time (m:s)
d1t01 Intro 02:06
d1t02 Bartender 10:13
d1t03 So Damn Lucky 06:21
d1t04 American Baby 03:18
d1t05 Where Are You Going 03:27
d1t06 Smooth Rider 02:33
d1t07 Stay Or Leave 04:20
d1t08 Old Dirt Hill 05:03
d1t09 Ayhee (tease) 00:38
d1t10 Dancing Nancies 04:58
d1t11 Gravedigger 03:51
d1t12 #41 03:46
d1t13 Some Devil 03:48
d1t14 All Along The Watchtower 04:25
d1t15 E: I Won't Give It Away 03:31
d1t16 E: Everyday 06:00
All songs are Dave solo.
This isn't a great recording, but it doesn't sound horrible. You can tell
it was recorded in a very small venue.
The big problem with this one is somebody did some editing to the Dave speak
between the tracks. I am not sure if any was removed, but the transitions
between tracks are all rough and abrupt. There were also 0.1-0.3 second gaps
between tracks. I carefully removed them, but even without the gaps the
transitions are still rough.
On the source CD there were two spots of Dave speak that were doubled up
and repeated later on the disc. The same thing happened with part of
American Baby. I removed these duplicated portions.
There is a fade in after the encore and a fade out after the first encore
song (I won't Give it Away).
Dave sings the intro to Bartender that sounds rather similar to the
passion intro usually played with Warehouse.
Dave mentions that Steve Harris is in the audience. He also tells a story
about how he used to live in Cambridge, England when he was 6 or 7 years old
while his father taught Physics at the University. He was exceptionally
chatty at this show.
The show contains the only known performance of "I Won't Give It Away".
That alone makes this one worth having, despite the many flaws with this recording.
These rare shows have been collected and converted through a collaborative
effort to get them into circulation. Sometimes these shows do not have the
best sound quality (and maybe that's why they aren't circulated much to
begin with), but people should have access to them.
Thanks to Kyle Strickland for the CD source used for the conversion.
Compiled By Adam Nelson on November 18, 2006
UPDATE by Henry Hart on 12.31.06:
I cut everything above 4,500Hz in Adobe Audition v2.0 and retracked.