Selected: Neil Young - Chicago Blues - Live 1988 - 1988-08-16

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MD5 Record Set:Disc 1 -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Neil Young
  • 1988-08-16
  • Chicago Blues - Live 1988
  • Hoffman Estates
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Chicago
  • IL
  • USA
  • SHN
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Soundboard
  • Very Good
  • Harm
  • 30th of September 2008
  • Taper - Unknown
  • Neil Young & The Bluenotes Hoffman Estates, Chicago, Illinois 8-16-88 CD1: 65 Minutes, CD2: 72 Minutes When I got this on tape, my friend, who also made a living selling his bootleg tapes, made me swear up and down that I'd never give it to anyone. This wasn't hard back in the pre-internetdays. I didn't do any trading, or even think about this tape until the past few years, when trading became relatively easy. Then I realized that I had an uncirculated Neil Young & Bluenotes soundboard. Since around 2000, I've traded it several times. DISC 1 01.ten men workin' 02.hello lonely woman 03.i'm going 04.married man 05.coupe de ville 06.ordinary people 07.days that used to be 08.after the goldrush 09.sixty to zero DISC 2: 01.twilight in the city 03.soul of a woman 04.your love 05.bad news 06.ain't it the truth 07.hey hey 08.this note's for you 09.welcome to the big room 10.tonight's the night 11.on the way home The exact lineage is as follows: SBD>Tape1>Tape2(high speed dubbed on medium bias Memorex)>Maxell URII>Wavelab 2.5>CDR>EAC>mkw>shn Notes: I got this source in October 1988 from a well-connected trader who also happened to to be a friend of mine. My friend got his copy from an individual who somehow got his hands on a pristine soundboard of the this show. However, when he made the copy for my friend, he high speed dubbed from the original source, and used crappy tapes (remember those day-glo Memorex's?). When my friend tried to get him to make another copy, this individual refused. So what we were left with was a blemished copy of a soundboard of a full Bluenotes show. However, this is still a quality item. And as far as I know, there aren't any other soundboards of a full Bluenotes show. The sound is upfront, but somewhat muted. You can almost hear that perfect soundboard trying to get out but it never quite happens. The high end is just too flat, and the bass a little too dull, and sometimes it crackles. Nevertheless, the recording is pretty powerfull. The horns on "Ordinary People" will blast right out of your speakers. Enjoy!