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Old 11.17.2012, 10:37 PM   #2506
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Quote:
Colin Stetson
The Twisted Pepper
Dublin, Ireland
2012-11-17, 17th November 2012

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Source: Edirol R-09 inbuilt mics @ 96khz/24bit (Low cut off, Low gain setting) > FLAC 44khz/16bit
Location: Standing to right of stage, midway betwen soundboard and stage

Total Running time: 53mins 49secs [196mb]

01 Judges [10:46]
02 The Righteous Wrath of An Honourable Man [03:05]
03 A Dream of Water [03:59]
04 Home [03:09]
05 The Loneliest Whale (talking) [03:33]
06 ? [04:28]
07 ? [13:22]
08 Who The Waves Are Roaring For [03:53]
09 Crowd Noise/Encore [02:09]
10 ? [05:25]

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Notes:

Astounding show from the Canadian saxaphone player Colin Stetson. Probably more well known for being a back up musician for the likes of Arcade Fire or Bon Iver, his solo record contains music that was previously unimaginale through a saxaphone. One of only a few recordings I've listed to almost as soon as I was outside the door of the venure, it was that good. The sound in the Twisted Pepper is up to its usual high standards and I think this might be one of the best sounding tapes I've done with the Edirol.

http://hotfile.com/dl/179845488/1844...lac16.rar.html
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