Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
1978-11-28 LATE SHOW ( Partial )
The Great Southeast Music Hall
01. Tropical Hot Dog Night
02. Crowd and Don
03. Owed T' Alex
04. Dropout Boogie
05. Harry Irene
06. Low Yo Yo Stuff
07. Crowd and Don
08. Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles
10. Ice Rose
11. Floppy Boot Stomp
12. Crowd and Don
13. My Human Gets Me Blues
( also included in a seperate folder . . . "Well", see below )
Total time approx. 43 minutes
THE BAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Captain Beefheart Don Van Vliet vocals, tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, harmonica, whistling
Eric Drew Feldman bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, mandolin
Bruce Fowler trombone, air-bas
Robert Williams drums, percussion
Richard Redus guitar, slide guitar, slide bass, accordion
Jeff Moris Tepper guitar, slide-guitar
( 2nd gen cassette ) Aud Recording. Great sound !
Maxell XLII-S Tapes > Onkyo Deck > TDK DA-3826 > CD-R > PC > .wav > Audacity 1.3
( for speed correction ) > .wav > Traders Little Helper Flac level 8 > dimeadozen
transfer - mcchocchoc aka JBK Feb. 2011.
As all of my shares are, these tapes are sourced from my collection. I believe that this will be an upgrade to most who have it. As great as these shows sound, my copies ran very,
very slow. They now sound like they should !
OK. Here is the late show. As a few of you already know, when I did the transfer I discovered that side two of the late show was blank. Bummer. Not sure what happened there. I am uploading what I do have because it sounds great and it just may be the best version that we will get here. If anybody has the full show in better quality, please do share. Even if it is not as good, I would really like to have the whole set. Thanks.
Mentioned above . . a seperate folder with the track "Well". I did that because the track on the main set is indexed too tightly. Instead of doing it all over again, I simply ripped that song over. You can insert it in place of the track within the main set if you'd like.
Another great set. The versions of "Well" and "Ice Rose" are easily among the best I have ever heard . . . worth the download for those two tracks alone ! When Ice Rose ends Don and Bruce continue to duet together for almost two minutes. It's great.
As with any show in which Don is comfortable, he really lets loose. I think these shows fall into that category. Enjoy.
As always, much thanks to the Taper of these excellent shows and much thanks to all my old trading pals from many years ago.
NEVER FOR SALE / FREE / TRADE ALWAYS & ONLY
shared at dimeadozen on Feb. 22, 2011.