David Bromberg Quintet
Fremont Theater
San Luis Obispo, CA
September 20, 2019

Front Row Center; Tascam DR40 w/Internal Cardioids (24bit/44.1khz)
WAV >iZotope RX6 Advanced & Har-Bal 3.7 >
(Downsample To 16bit/44.1khz) >TLH >
Audacity (Track Splits) >FLAC (Level 8) + Tags Via xACT 2.47

Recording By Rick Williams
Izotope >TLH Post Production By Flying -M-
Audacity, FLAC & Tags By OldNeumanntapr

Photos By Dave & OldNeumanntapr

Disc I:
01. Big Road Blues
02. Nobody's Fault But Mine
03. Kentucky Blues
04. As the Years Go Passing By
05. Instrumental
06. Fairfax County
07. Who Will The Next Fool Be?
08. Tennessee Waltz
09. Instrumental

Disc II:
01. Talk
02. Save The Last Dance for Me
03. Standing In The Need Of Prayer
04. Diamond Lil
05. Band Intros
06. Sharon
07. Encore Break
08. Roll On John

David Bromberg - guitar & vocals
Nate Grower - fiddle, guitar, mandolin & vocals
Josh Kanusky - drums & vocals
Suavek Zaniesienko - bass & those high harmonies
Mark Cosgrove - guitar, mandolin & vocals

OldNeumanntapr Notes:
This one was a true community effort. Thanks to Rick for the recording, and thanks to Flying -M- for his expertise with his 'Mad Scientist' computer programs to sprinkle just the right amount of 'fairy dust' for the post production. Thanks also to Dave for his good up-front photos. The Fremont (movie) Theater, built in 1942, is truly an art-deco architectural marvel of a by-gone time. Before the current management removed the first few rows of seats to add the stage, the theater held just under 1,000. The interior walls are curved and the room has excellent acoustics. The Fremont no longer shows films, except to host the annual SLO Film Festival, and now resembles the former Fillmore East in New York (which was also once a movie theater.) However, Unlike the Fillmore East, the Fremont has no balcony. Dave tells me that there is a distinct possibility that, in the future, sedate acts such as David Bromberg might not be booked at the Fremont because those shows are not selling well. He said that this performance played to a house that was only one third full. We older folk are being passed over to market to the young Cal Poly crowd and the acts that they follow, which usually sell out.

Do NOT Convert To MP3.
Enjoy! Share freely, don’t sell, play nice, don’t run with scissors, etc. ;)

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