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Alex's Zoo Blues - Plutonium Edition

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=304
Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 64:11, 53:48, 41:16
Catalog: Let It Rip Productions:
Source: Audience (DAT Master)
Date: September 25, 2002
Location: Coors Amphitheater, Chula Vista, California, USA



DISC 1
Tom Sawyer (cuts in)   0:46
Distant Early Warning   5:02
New World Man   4:08
Roll The Bones   6:38
Earthshine   5:41
YYZ   5:03
The Pass   5:07
Bravado   6:23
The Big Money   6:23
The Trees   5:02
Freewill   5:36
Natural Science   8:20

DISC 2
Intermission / One Little Victory   7:11
Driven   5:23
Ghost Rider   5:42
Secret Touch   7:07
Dreamline   5:14
Red Sector A   5:18
Leave That Thing Alone   4:59
Drum Solo   8:31
Resist - Acoustic version   4:21

DISC 3
2112: Overture / Temples of Syrinx   7:01
Limelight   4:38
La Villa Strangiato   10:14
The Spirit Of Radio   5:56
By-Tor and The Snowdog   4:38
Cygnus X-1   3:15
Working Man   5:32



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Average Rating:Audio: 7.25

Let It Rip Productions
   (Audio - 7.5)

First off, I want thank the branches for doing a fine job in spreading & circulating the discs for the "Alex's Zoo Blues Tree".? Thanks guys! And by no means by me adding (Plutonium Edition) to the "Alex's Zoo Blues" name is to mock or make fun of anyone's special edition whether it be "Titanium" or "Platinum" or any other. It was just a special vibe I was feeling at the time when I was engineering the show, besides we're in the nuclear age anyway. This recording was my first DAT>CDR tree. My first Rush tree was an analog>CDR tree then soon after I met the "Ramblin' Taper" who wishes to remain anonymous and I've been working with him ever since. This mysterious "Ramblin' Taper" seems to record shows faster than I can engineer them and tree them, so he's keeping me busy. The recording of "Alex's Zoo Blues" has a couple of drop-outs and mostly "Phase Shifting" caused by the wind in an open air amphitheatre. I would have to rate this recording a VG+/EX- at best. Since the "Alex's Zoo Blues" tree, I've came up a label name called "Let It Rip Productions" dedicated to the release of ROIO's via free trade. I also want to thank "LeeGeddy" for coming up with a logo for my releases; and special thanks to the Rush trading community, you guys are the best.?

Equipment: Sony DAT PCM - M1 w/ Oade Brothers mics> Pioneer PDR-W739 stand alone recorded w/ Fuji (Taiyo Yuden) audio discs at 1X at 1dB> EAC'ed to the harddrive with a Plextor 20/10/40-12A at 1.8X then brought up w/ Cool Edit Pro version 1.2 to re-build the sound. Each branches discs burned w/ Fuji (Taiyo Yuden) PC discs at 4X for the tree.

LeeGeddy
   (Audio - 7)

Not the best sounding tape to emerge from the VT tour nor the worst. (Jones Beach still holds that prestigious record) The sound is very compressed and suffers from wind effected phasing.? I was at this show and can attest to the wind that night in Southern California.? There are several sources out there from this particular night so you may want to pick them up over this recording.? One particular good source is the AT853 > DAT recording.? Lastly, this show is in dual MONO. Left and right channels are identical.

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