Magnificent sounds; enjoy. Thanks and gratitude for the superb recording are owed its creator, of whose name I am unaware. Here we have another performer about whom I know very little. Did my best with track titles and splits; corrections of every sort and the naming of the missing title greatly appreciated. The torrent has applause in balance and is naturally free of hoots, etc. It is a fresh transfer from my clone and therefore will differ from previous uploads of this performance, if any.

Faults: None, given that this is appears to be an audience recording made with concealed mics.

Seattle, WA -- Bumbrella Stage
1991-09-01 -- 56:56

01. -talk-
02. Oh Yeah Maybe Baby (The Heebie Jeebies)
03. -talk-
04. A Woman of the World
05. -talk-
06. Louise's Church
07. My Innocence
08. -talk-
09. To a Child
10. And When I Die
11. -talk-
12. Art of Love
13. Japanese Restaurant
14. I'm So Proud > Dedicated To The One I Love
15. -talk-
16. The Wild World
17. Save the Country >>
18. Broken Rainbow
19. -talk-
20. Stoned Soul Picnic >>
21. Wedding Bell Blues
22. Companion
24. Emmie
25. -encore applause
26. O-o-h Child
27. -talk-
28. When I Fall In Love

note: 'Bumbershoot'; 5:00 PM performance
t12: announced as a preliminary version
Laura Nyro - songwriter, except
t02: by Hank Hunter, Phil Spector
t14: > by Lowman Pauling, Ralph Bass
t26: by Stan Vincent
t28: by Edward Heyman, Victor Young

musician: Laura Nyro - vocals, keyboards

No artwork.

Source: cassette master > DAT > my clone (DAT: 16bit/48khz)
Transferred by stevemtl: DAT > Sony PCM-R500 > Roland R44 > SD chip > my fingers > HD
Mastered by stevemtl: HD > Sound Forge (L2 dither > 24/48: edit, L2 applause level adjust, fades) > r8brain (vhq downsample > 24/44.1) > Sound Forge (L2 dither > 16/44.1) > CDwave (track cut) > TLH (flac level 6, ffp, md5) > TLH (torrent marker)
Circulated by stevemtl: Torrent marker uploaded to DIME on 2020-12-28.

Please pass on in a lossless format only; reserve mp3 and other degrades for your own use exclusively.
Do not profit in any material way from this recording.