2011-10-05 Lawrence, KS

Notes from the Taper

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Chris Robinson Brotherhood
05 October 2011 @ The Granada
Lawrence, KS


Sources : set 1 - mxl993s (x config) > ua-5 t-mod/d-mod (mono) + unknown mics (y config) > 1/8" patch out >line in Tascam dr-2d (AB, LoC @ SBD) @ 44.1/16 wav > Vol-norm(s1=15.22,s2=7.70 db, add markers, fade in/out, split by markers) in goldwav > TLH(level=6) for flacs
: set 2 - Tascam dr-2d internals in shirt pocket (lowgain, 80hz bass rolloff, directly in front of CR for GOTM->TLEO, then ROC @ SBD for V&LS->Silver Car, then back up front for the rest of the show) @ 44.1/16 wav > Vol-norm(s1=15.22,s2=7.70 db, add markers, fade in/out, split by markers) in goldwav > TLH(level=6) for flacs

taped by : drivingwheel
transferred by : hucklive

disc one
- Set One -
SOMEDAY PAST THE SUNSET->
TOMORROW BLUES
TOUGH MAMA
STAR OR STONE
BROWN EYED WOMEN
TULSA YESTERDAY->
THE DOLPHINS
ROSALEE

- Set Two -
//GIRL ON THE MOUNTAIN
disc two
POOR ELIJAH - TRIBUTE TO JOHNSON (MEDLEY)
TRAIN ROBBERS
THEY LOVE EACH OTHER
VIBRATION & LIGHT SUITE->
RIDE
SILVER CAR
SUNDAY SOUND
- encore -
OLDER GUYS

//joined in progress

The Brotherhood is :

CR - vocals, guitar
Neal Casal - guitar, vocals
Muddy Stardust - bass, vocals
Adam MacDougall - keys, vocals
George Sluppick - drums, percussion

http://www.chrisrobinsonbrotherhood.com
http://www.facebook.com/CRBrotherhood


Thanks to the band for allowing us to tape and trade freely.

Special thanks to Brian Price for the patch out of his rig, Robbie Frazelle for the mxls, and to Hucklive for the transfer. For the first set I was between the sbd and the rail, but my internals came out a bit chatty, though for the second set they came out pretty decent. Hadn't seen this one up yet, so I figured I'd share, warts and all. Great show, great band.


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