John Fogerty Marcus Amphitheater Milwaukee WI USA (UNCIRCULATED) * June 15th 1998 * 24b/192K ** POSTED BY ANALOG **

A Nagra IV-S reel to reel release.

A Covid-19 quarantine release! :)
Hot Off The Heads Production! :) Just archived May 25th 2020 yeah!!

Mics: AKG 414 ULS
Recorder: Nagra IV-S reel to reel @ 7 1/2 ips 3M 967 1.5 mil tape
Location: My favorite sweet spot at the Marcus
Cassettes: 3M-967 1.5 mil tape good for 49 minutes
Playback: Nagra IV-S (not same identical unit). Tape speed and head alignment adjusted
Chord Company Interconnect Cable (Naim Co.)
Run through the Naim Audio NAC-52 preamp to the Sound Devices-722 @ 24b/192kHz
Sound Forge just to track. NO OTHER BULLSHIT!

Here we go!! Great concert that I never copied do to an accident with the original Nagra. Uncirculated in every way from this source. This show KICKED ASS!! Any of you guys there? I have a few more to archive from this era. I cranked this on my garage Naim Mu-So so you should crank this on whatever ya got! This is a keeper. I had to lower the gain on the SD-722 there was so much sound. Enjoy RB

Understand that all this archiving that is recorded in 24b/192khz I am doing SOLELY for myself. It is the best sound! Sharing it in cd format is lossy. If you really enjoy these archives get them at this resolution despite the file size. Down the road you will NOT be sorry. Is this a nice enough way to say it?

***Everything I do for my stereo room and gear is carefully chosen for the finest of quality control. This means A to B comparisons for EVERYTHING! I leave no stone unturned. I decide if what I do will end up being a more musical experience and not the opposite like more processed sounding. I split hairs!! I have learned what is more musical from all the decades of listening to differences. Stereo and audio gear is not nearly as subjective as people make it out to be. It is either more musical or more processed sounding at the end of the day. One more thing I learned, THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS THE SAME! Practically the same yes! The same, NO! So with this all said…..I thank all the people here for the great compliments since I came here in 2006. It means a lot to me after decades of sleepless nights and stressful days carrying in top shelve equipment every time out!***

With every digital transfer the master tapes become obsolete. If you try any which way to transfer them again they won't sound as good. As long as there are ample backups of course there is no need for them.


01 - Born on the Bayou
02 - talk
03 - Green River
04 - talk
05 - Up Around the Bend
06 - talk
07 - Who'll Stop the Rain
08 - Rambunctious Boy
09 - talk
10 - Susie Q
11 - I Put a Spell on You
12 - talk
13 - Bring It Down to Jelly Roll
14 - talk
15 - Premonition
16 - talk
17 - I'm Working on a Building
18 - talk
19 - Joy of My Life
20 - Blue Moon Nights
21 - talk
22 - Centerfield
23 - Down on the Corner
24 - talk
25 - Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
26 - talk
27 - Almost Saturday Night
28 - talk
29 - Wrote a Song for Everyone
30 - Have You Ever Seen the Rain
31 - Midnight Special
32 - talk
33 - Swamp River Days
34 - Hot Rod Heart
35 - talk
36 - Cotton Fields
37 - talk-band intro
38 - The Old Man Down the Road
39 - Rockin' All Over the World
40 - talk
41 - I Heard It Through the Grapevine
42 - Bad Moon Rising
43 - talk
44 - Fortunate Son
45 - crowd
46 - Proud Mary
47 - crowd
48 - Travelin' Band
49 - fade out