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Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 66:16, 54:01
Catalog: Grande Kielbasa Productions: GKR 2001-4
Source: Audience (Master)
Date: April 10, 1988
Location: Hara Arena, Dayton, Ohio, USA

Radion Ad/Intro   1:12
The Big Money   5:57
Subdivisions   5:23
Limelight   4:45
Marathon   6:47
Turn The Page   4:45
Prime Mover   5:29
Manhattan Project   4:57
Closer To The Heart   4:48
Red Sector A   5:27
Force Ten   4:53
Time Stand Still   5:26
Distant Early Warning   6:27

Lock And Key   6:07
Mission   6:14
Territories   6:19
YYZ   3:17
The Rhythm Method   5:55
Red Lenses   0:22
The Spirit Of Radio   4:57
Tom Sawyer   5:51
2112: Overture / Temples of Syrinx   6:12
La Villa Strangiato   5:33
In The Mood   3:19

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Average Rating:Audio: 7

The Grande Kielbasa
   (Audio - 7)

This is a completely different source than "A Glimpse Of What's Beyond". There is NO talking on this source. This is taken from the original master tape, which had not even been played in its entirety until it was transferred to CD in 2001. Because cheap recording equipment was used, the fidelity isn't great, but it's a listenable show that's complete except for about a second or two of Closer To The Heart and the recorded intros to Big Money and Lock And Key. The addition of the radio promo for the show is very cool.    (2001-07-22)

Taper's Notes
   (Audio - 7)

This was recorded from the very back row of Hara Arena with a cheap Walkman and cheap mics. For those of you that haven't been to Hara, it has about 5000 seats, but can fit around 8000 with general admission tickets. The seats are all made of wood, and the ceiling is tiled, so with a good crowd there is little or no hall echo typical of metal gymnasiums. The mics were positioned on one of the steel girders holding up the wall and we were careful to keep them in the same position during the whole concert, so the sound is very stable with no phasing or volume fluctuations. We were also very careful not to make noise during the show. There was a guy close by that clapped along with portions of Big Money, Closer To The Heart and during the drum solo, but he's got a great sense of rhythm so it's not too distracting. The mistake we made was not advancing the tape past the leader before recording, so we missed part of the Three Stooges intro, the first note or two of Closer To The Heart, and part of the recorded intro to Lock And Key. Otherwise, this concert is absolutely complete. We listened to this tape in the car on the way home from the show and were disappointed because it ran slow. The Walkman must have had a speed problem. The master tape was thrown in a box and left until 2001 when GK asked about it. Therefore, there was no tape wear or deterioration. For transfer to CD, we used a multi speed cassette deck to correct the speed problem. The only other modifications were adding a small amount of EQ to brighten up the sound, and we crossfaded the tape flip areas for better listening. Lastly, due to the positioning of the mics, one channel was heavily distorted throughout, so this CD is a mono transfer of the good channel. If you really want the complete, unedited source, check with GK as he has it on CD. We also put a nice surprise on this CD. Before the show, we recorded a radio commercial for the show off the radio. This has been included at the beginning of the first disc. I hope you like it.    (2001-07-22)

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