Tab Benoit
2009-09-06 (Sun)
Iron Horse Music Hall
Northampton MA

Source: Zoom H2 (24bit/96kHz set 1, 16bit/44khz set 2) > Audacity (normalize, track splits, dither to 16bit) > TLH > Flac8 (A-)

Set 1: [01:10:45]

101. Why Are People Like That?
102. It Takes A Long Time Baby
103. talk
104. Darkness
105. Whiskey Bayou
106. I Got Loaded
107. talk
108. We Make A Good Gumbo
109. talk
110. New Orleans Ladies
111. Night Train
112. Lost In // Your Lovin' *
113. One Foot In The Bayou

Set 2: [01:33:33]

201. My Bucket Got A Hole In It @
202. When a Cajun Man Gets the Blues
203. Stackolina
204. Tab on drums >
205. drum & bass jam
206. Fever For The Bayou
207. I've Been Good To You Baby
208. Pack It Up
209. These Arms Of Mine
210. talk
211. Crawfishin'
212. Too Many Dirty Dishes
213. Dog Hill
214. encore call
215. E: Solid Simple Things

* at t112, 01:42, the wav file reached the 2GB limit and the h2 started recording a new file. it appears only a few seconds were missed.

@ tracks 201-204 TB solo, full band again by end track 205

Tab Benoit - Guitar, Vocals
Corey Duplechin - Bass, Backup Vocals
Doug Gay - Drums

Notes: Mark Nomad Opened. The house was packed with an enthusiastic crowd, and the show was outstanding. The vocals are clear and out front in the mix, the guitar sounds great. For an h2 recording, it's nice, my table was LOC about 6' in front of TB. This was my first time using 24/96 and I made two mistakes; I was unaware of a 2GB wav limit, and I underestimated extra battery power needed for that format. Dangerously low after the opener and Tab's first set, I reset the recording mode to 16bit/44khz to improve my odds of capturing the entire show. Live and learn. It's an opportunity for sound comparison at least. Make the last three tracks disc 3.