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2018-10-04 (October 4th)
Roland CS-10EM omnis (in forward position) > Tascam DR-05 (recording at 24/48, recording level 1, 80 Hz cut off) > edit > FinalCD (convert to 16/44.1; sharp filter, shaped TPDIF dither) > FLAC
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02. The Blackout
03. Lights Of Home
04. I Will Follow
06. Beautiful Day
08. Zoo Station
09. Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
10. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
12. Elevation (Influx remix) (P.A.)
16. Even Better Than The Real Thing
17. Macphisto banter
19. You're The Best Thing About Me
20. Summer Of Love
21. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
22. Get Out Of Your Own Way
23. New Year's Day
24. City Of Blinding Lights
25. encore break
27. Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way
28. 13 (There Is A Light)
Taped from the floor. What I wanted most was a good recording of the new set list segment starting with Zoo Station and ending with the intermission, so I experienced a new version of what I affectionately call taper's neurosis (when the fact that you're recording hinders your enjoyment of the concert itself, as every screamer, off key singer or talker around you makes you think about how this affects the recording). This time, I spent the first half hour of the show thinking about how I could position myself so that my taping spot for those three songs would be as good as it could be, given a loud, sometimes obnoxious audience and a so-so FOH sound. I think I did OK. I really enjoyed the show as well. I love this band. I hope Larry gets better and they will be here for a long time as a live band.
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