Tupelo Music Hall
Jon Anderson - vocals, guitar, percussion
Michael Franklin - keyboars, vocals
Tim Franklin - bass
Tommy Calton - guitar
Rayford Griffin - drums
Jocelyn Hsu - violin, ukelele, vocals
Joe Kosas - keyboards, vocals, trombone
Stady Joseph - percussion
Billy Meether - sax, flute, guitar, vocals
A Kitty Lickin' Discs Production
1. Ocean Song (Intro)
2. Owner Of A Lonely Heart
3. Yours Is No Disgrace
5. State Of Independence
6. Makes Me Happy
7. I've Seen All Good People
1. Flight Of The Moorglade
2. Sweet Dreams
3. To The Runner
4. Long Distance Runaround
5. First Born Leaders
6. 1,000 Hands (Come Up)
7. Starship Trooper/Solid Space
Lineage: SP-CMC-2 (AT831) > SP-SPSB-8 > Teac iXJ2 > Lightning Adapter > iPhone XR (Twisted Wav App) > Air Drop (PC/Mac transfer) > Wavelab 6.1 > CDWAV > dbPowerAmp (FLAC Conversion)
Recorded by: Relayer35
Comments: I managed to fit in another Jon show to my schedule. It's nice to see the progression that has been made since the start of the tour, as the band seems to get tighter with each show. There is still a screw up here and there (the end of "America" this time), but overall another fantastic performance. There also seems to be some sort of issue with "Ramalama", either someone was out of tune or some backing tape was playing at the wrong pitch or something. Very strange.
This is an unusual venue. The concert hall is in the middle of an industrial park. There is an accountant's office in the same building. It seems to be a really new building. The theater had a low ceilling. I was in the 2nd row of the mezzanine, I had figured it would be elevated more than it was. This was a last minute decision for me to go to this show. I bought the ticket the morning of the show, so I took what I could get. It actually worked out very well from a recording standpoint. Even though I was toward the rear of the theater there was a set of speakers hanging from the low ceiling dedicated to the folks in the mezzanine. They were pumping a nice clear sound with a stellar mix. Therefore, this is probably the best of the three shows that I recorded this tour. My only issue was a whistler directly to my right. Man, is that annoying (I wear earplugs at shows now, mostly because of whistlers!). Fortunately, 99% of his whistles were between tracks, so I editted them all out...what a pain! There was a lot of whistles during the encore break. I hate removing the crowd noise before the encore but in this case I really had no choice. No music was lost and now you won't kill your ears listening.
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