A Theater in
New York, NY

Neumann TLM-170(hypercardoids; 1st song: FOB, near back of main dancefloor, center; rest of show: just left of the SBD, one level back) -> Sound Devices 722 (@24/96); FLAC File processing in SoundForge 11 volume normalization; resample to 44.1 with iZotope 64-Bit SRC set higher than "Highest Quality" setting w/anti-alias filter; 24->16 bit dither using iZotope MBIT+ Dither with Ultra noise shaping, High dither settings, clap scrubbing); Tracked in CDWav. IDv3 tagged in Tag&Rename 3.8.7

1. intro
2. Karate
3. Sunday Araq
4. banter - bringing out Erica Falls
5. Hey Na Na *
6. Theme De Yoyo
7. banter - bringing out Lucas
8. Baker's Dozen +
9. Balkan Wedding
10. Right On *
11. Heart Of Steel *
12. Sugar Doosie
13. Groovy Lady
14. Shibuya
15. Funkier Than A Mosquito's Tweeter *
16. Does It Really Make A Difference *
17. Ooh Nah Ney ->
18. bass solo ->
19. drum solo ->
20. Ooh Nah Ney
21. Mad *
22. banter - bringing out Vernon
23. Can't Stand The Rain @
24. encore break
25. banter - thanks
26. Quiet, Please

* = w/Erica Falls on vocals
+ = w/Lucas Ellman (from The Heard) on saxophone
^ = just the core quartet (drums/bass/guitar/keys)
@ = w/Vernon Reid (Living Color) on guitar

I scrubbed a few loud, local claps from T3(1 clap), T9(12 claps), T10(4 claps), T13(1 clap), T14(3 claps), T17(3 claps), T18(16 claps), T19(8 claps), T20(2 claps), T23(29 claps), T26(6 claps)

Note: I was set up in the total sweet spot (center back of main floor) for track 1. Then the venue security came over and forced me to move back to a designated (but previously unpopulated - given I was the only taper) taping section about 15-20 feet back, and somewhat off center to the left, which is still an excellent spot but not quite as choice. Anyway, you will hear a brief taste of how good this recording would have sounded if they had let me tape from my original spot for the first track only. Thanks to Jeff Pollack and Doug Amster for helping me move my gear as the 2nd song was starting (and continue rolling!)....The beginning of the 2nd track is a tad wonky soundwise until I get situated due to this issue. The location they moved me to (while decent) was more succeptable to crowd chatter, which you'll hear at times. How could so many people chat through Stanton's awesome drum solo???

Recorded, mastered, tracked, tagged, and posted by Scott Bernstein (4/5-12/2015)