PBS (George Porter Jr., Russell Batiste and Brian Stoltz)
April 25, 2005
New Orleans, LA @ Mid-City Lanes Rock 'n' Bowl
SBD + onstage stereo Shure mix > 3-channel mixer > George Porter's
Tascam DA-P1 > Sony PCM-R500 > Audiomedia III soundcard > Macintosh G3/300 >
Bias Peak 2.62 > firewire hard drive > Macintosh Powerbook G4/1000 > CDR > EAC > FLAC
(Porter has a three-channel mixer that he uses on stage to create his own recordings.)
1 PBS set 1 intro 0:12
2 All We Wanna Do Is Get Funky for You 6:51
4 Bring On The Noise 10:07
5 set 2 intro 1:36
6 Working in a Coalmine 6:23
8 Check Out Your Mind 8:16
Bonus track from Snooks Eaglin's set:
10 Norma's House 7:33
This is an excerpt from the Snooks Eaglin w/PBS show. George Porter, who graciously provided the DAT of this recording, has asked that the Snooks portion remain uncirculated, as Eaglin does not allow taping and frowns (to put it mildly) on trading.
However, I took the liberty of including one track from Snooks' set, a rendition (by Snooks with PBS) of Brian Stoltz's song, "Norma's House," that is a staple of Stoltz and PBS shows. Midway through Snooks' set, Eaglin says "Come on Stoltz, it's your turn to burn things up." You can listen for yourself to the result.
Note: The right channel was recorded significantly too low and was normalized (by 7 db) to bring it up even with the left channel.
Special thanks to Porter for sharing the music.