A Robert Collins Master Recording.
Artist: _____ Larry Coryell
Date: _______ March 30, 1980
Location: ___ Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, California, USA
Seats: ______ Mixing console
Deck: _______ Nakamichi 350
Mics: _______ Sound Board
Source: _____ Master Tape; Mono
Sample Rate: 44.1Khz, 16-bit (FLAC)
Rating: ____ A+
Length: ____ 66 Minutes
Larry Coryell ______ Guitar
David Pritchard ____ Guitar
Larry Klein ________ Bass Guitar
Michael Jochum _____ Drums100
This recording has sat in my collection since the day of the concerts
because I rarely ever traded or gave away my sound board recordings.
Any recordings I've made with permission, have stayed in my collection
without ever being traded. But last week, I spoke with Larry Coryell
after a concert and mentioned this recording to him. I offered the
recording to him; but he declined -- saying that it was basically OK
to put it up for download.
Larry plays solo acoustic guitar at this concert. Only during the
last two songs does he add musicians -- first for a duet, and second
for a good fusion jam.
The recording was made directly from the sound board, onto my Nakamichi 350
portable cassette. The original recording is still in such good shape that
there is basically no tape hiss, drop outs, or any other problems with the
master recording. I did do some small editing, equalized it, and added a
tiny bit of reverb (due to it being a sound board recording). The result
is a solid A+ recording from Larry Coryell -- circa 1980.
SBD> Nakamichi 350
---> Nakamichi Dragon (playback)
---> Korg MR1000 (96Khz, 24-bit)
---> Sound Forge
---> Har-Bal (Harmonic equalizer)
---> iZotope RX-Advanced (noise reduction)
---> Sound Forge
---> Down sample to 44.1 Khz, 16-bit
---> CD Architect