Intro (Bad Dreams)
The Main Monkey Business
The Larger Bowl (A Pantoum)
Between The Wheels
Intro (The Madness of King Lerxst)
Workin' Them Angels
Armor And Sword
The Way The Wind Blows
The Professor's Drum Solo
The Spirit Of Radio
Southpark Lil Rush
One Little Victory
A Passage to Bangkok
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|Average Rating:||Audio: 7.833333333333333|
Front of lawn; there were 3 kids in front of me at the rail, which is why you will occasionally hear the sound flucuate when they moved around. Overall, they were pretty still. I had my mics clipped to my backpack with a blanket around the sides to act as a baffle - I left it there all night and didn't move it.
Notes about recording and show:
A very good S&A show. The band seemed to be really enjoying themselves. The same setlist as all other shows. My wife commented that she didn't think Geddy sounded as good vocally as the previous two tours. While I didn't think he sounded bad, to my ears, he sounded the best he has in years on the R30 tour. The recording is very good, albeit a tad hot because of the level of bass in the venue was crazy loud where we were sitting and the fact that I forgot to turn the bass filter on. I very carefully EQ'ed out the boomy low end in post. The high level of bass had caused a small amount of distortion which became apparent when I EQ'ed it. All of the instruments have really good separation and Geddy's voice is nice and clear. Because I was so close to the reserved seats, this recording comes from the stage stacks vs. the lawn stacks. There was a typical idiot drunk to my right, who decided to talk to his son quite a bit during the show. Luckily, the blanket 'baffle' helped to keep much, if not most, of this chatter from getting picked up on the recording. A funny note - Neil was doing one of his long stick twirls before the second chorus of 'Far Cry' and dropped it right before the chorus kicks in with the explosion. Hence the single-handed quarter/eigth notes hits at that spot instead of a roll - This is where the title comes from ;)
Church Audio Cards>CA STC-9000 Pre-Amp>Edirol R-09 at 24/48>Sony Vegas>CD>EAC>FLAC Frontend (Level 8)>DIME
PLEASE do not sell - Karma's a bitch ;) (2007-08-02)
(Audio - 7.5)
this recording would rate higher if it weren't for the talkers, who aren't overpowering but one particular meathead insists on frequently yelping "YEAH!" at the start of just about every song... that said, the chatter's not bad enough to make me turn it off! it's a full show.
band's rippin'... get a load of the bottom end on Mission, Between The Wheels and Witch Hunt in particular.
i was at this show, thanks so much for a life-long commemoration.. the huge amount of bottom end on this recording is respresentative of the show -- loud, almost overpowering bass, which at times was distorted... not a reflection of the taper whatsoever. several times throughout the night the vibration from the bass and bass pedals had my shorts literally flapping against my legs.
Mountain View got Summertime Blues.
if you're collecting shows from this tour grab this one up for the sheer wall of sound, not to mention the band was wailing on this night.
(Audio - 9)
Thank you for the amazing show, Ive been looking for this since the last note of YYZ. I went to see Alex, and came away shocked by the show Geddy gave. I was 10th row, I wanted to rock out -but- It was just a bit to loud (painful loud), I am glad your recording came through so good.
Quality is much better than I thought it would be. Very very impressed. It even has that Shoreline "small venue" sound to it when you crank it up.
How about that "Subdivisions"? I was not expecting an emotional experience like that at a Rush show. Thanks for the files! (2007-10-10)
(Audio - 7)
This recording is a bit hot. That said, it still captures the vibe of the evening perfectly. As some others have mentioned, there are some annoying talkers but it is just on the tolerable side of annoying. Geddy's voice seems to give during Entre Nous and a bit during Circumstances (possibly the reason behind these two songs being dropped during the second leg of the tour?)
I'm splitting hairs here. This was a truly special and meaningful show for me on several different levels... it was my wife's first-ever time seeing Rush (she was so stoked that she went with me to Concord the following show); it was my first time seeing the band in SEVENTEEN years; one of my two favorite bands in the world was playing Shoreline -- the Grateful Dead's backyard -- on Jerry's birthday! Lots of energy, a beautiful warm Northern California summer night... i recall hearing "Finding My Way" blaring from somebody's car on my way into the venue and being super stoked at that.
I stand by my not seeing Rush since the Presto tour and the fact that only ONE song from the 90s was on the setlist kinda underscores why.