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That's Entertainment! Remastered

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1289
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time:
Catalog: : No Info Available
Source: Audience
Date: June 17, 1990
Location: Alpine Valley Amphitheater, East Troy, Wisconsin, USA



DISC 1
Force Ten   4:54
Freewill   4:05
Distant Early Warning   4:43
Time Stand Still   5:57
Subdivisions   5:32
Marathon   6:47
Red Barchetta   6:58
Superconductor   5:13
Show Don?t Tell   6:45
The Pass   5:07
Closer To The Heart   5:11
Manhattan Project   5:08
Xanadu   6:59

DISC 2
YYZ   3:15
Drum Solo   5:23
Scars   4:25
War Paint   6:03
Mission   5:49
Tom Sawyer   5:53
The Spirit Of Radio   5:03
2112: Overture   3:25
La Villa Strangiato   4:58
In The Mood / Wipeout / Jazz Bass   3:14
Marathon   6:31
YYZ   3:18
Drum Solo / Red Lenses   7:51
Tom Sawyer   4:52



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Average Rating:Audio: 8.5

Brent's Bootlegs
   (Audio - 8.5)

This is probably the best Presto boot out there. The sound is great, the song selection is great, and its from one of my favorite albums "Presto". The original ran a little too slow and the bonus tracks were high generation recording. This boot fixes both of those problems. Sound Forge 4.0d was used to perform a digital speed correction on the main show. The original Prism release was about 0.2 semi-tones slow, which made it seem like the guitars were out of tune in some places, and Geddy was out of tune in others. Let's give a big round of applause to Joe Frankiewicz for fixing this one up for us. Also the bonus tracks were replaced with identical tracks from "Beer Power" which sound better by far than what was originally on "That's Entertainment". This boot will definitely fill your Presto cravings.    (1999-04-01)

Ben's Comments
   (Audio - 8.5)

Seeing that I got the remastered version of this show I can only wonder what the original "Prism Records" pressing sounded like? (although I have heard that it was just a speed correction) One quick note about the former Prism Records. There was a lot of promise, but no delivery! (and I'm not talking about their lack of delivering promised orders either!) the quality that was promised was not as "stellar" as described in the notes on the catalog, but hey the guy just wanted to make a living, why tell us the truth!! Fortunately this wasn't the case for this particular show. This isn't a bad sounding boot, you can hear all the instruments clearly, no problems in the high end (high hat and ride cymbal are clear) and the vocals come across well. The only thing I really can hear is some static in the deep background (remember I listen on headphones for the most part) It almost sounds like this was once on vinyl! You gotta love the live versions of the Presto songs! Definitely one of their more underrated albums! Scars is great live!    (1999-04-01)

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