Kim Simmonds & Savoy Brown
SLO Brewing Company
San Luis Obispo, CA
January 22, 2015

** 16 BIT **

Source: Neumann AK-40s (ORTF In Hat) > LC3 > KM-100s > Beyer MV-100 > Tascam DR-100mkII @ 24 bit/48 kHz
Mastering: .WAV's > Sound Forge Pro 10.0a (fades, minor edits, & normalize) > CDWav (tracking) > iZotope MBIT+ (dithered and downsampled to 16 bit/44.1 kHz) > Trader's Little Helper (level 5) > FLAC > TagScanner 5.1 (tagging))
Location: Front cocktail table, 12 feet from the stage, right side
Recorded by: OldNeumanntapr
Mastered by: Dennis Orr

- Set One -
01 Looking In
02 Cobra
03 I Miss Your Love
04 Nuthin' Like The Blues
05 Chat
06 Poor Girl
07 Wang Dang Doodle
08 I'll Keep On Playing The Blues
09 Chat
10 Hard Way To Go
11 Chat
12 Needle & Spoon
- Set Two -
01 I'm Tired
02 Shot In The Head
03 Daybreak
04 Sunday Night
05 Chat
06 Ain't Got Nobody
07 Street Corner Talking
08 Just A Dream
09 Hellbound Train
10 Encore Break
- Encore -
11 The Boogie
12 Laura Lee

Kim Simmonds – guitars, harmonica, & vocals
Pat DeSalvo – bass & backing vocals
Garnet Grimm – drums

Taper Notes:
This was a great show. Originally I wasn’t planning on going, but my friend Jack wanted me to record it so he bought me the ticket. I’m glad I went. My friend Dave and I were the first two people in line, almost an hour before doors opened, but at the last minute two other, older, people cut in line and went in first. One of them tried to steal a stool from the front cocktail table that Dave snagged and I had to put a stop to it.
There were only about 100 people at the show. When doors opened I counted nine people in line, not counting the two gate crashers. It was a small intimate crowd, and no one went up close to the stage until the encores, so I had a completely unobstructed view to both the stage and the PA. I recorded from the front cocktail table, about 12 feet from stage right, and about four feet to the right of the front center ceiling post which is where I hang my Neumanns from for open-taping shows. I really enjoyed Kim Simmond’s soulful blues playing. He played a cherry top Les Paul and an acoustic guitar as well. The bass player played a stand up electric bass, plus a normal bass guitar. I had never seen them before, while Dave told me that the last time he saw them was when they were middle billed under Quicksilver Messenger Service at Cal Poly in SLO more than 40 years ago. This was the second show I recorded in two days, the night before being Dave and Phil Alvin which was
also at SLO Brew.

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