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MD5 Record Set: Disc 1 - Disc 2 - Disc 3 - Disc 4 - Disc 5 - Disc 6
- Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Sound Advice Amphitheater West Palm Beach, FL, USA 2006-08-08 Disc One 01. Wooden Ships 02. Long Time Gone 03. Military Madness 04. After the Garden 05. Living with War 06. Restless Consumer 07. Shock and Awe 08. Wounded World 09. Almost Cut My Hair 10. Immigration Man 11. Families 12. Deja Vu Disc Two 01. Helplessly Hoping 02. Our House 03. Only Love Can Break Your Heart 04. Guinnevere 05. Milky Way Tonight 06. Treetop Flyer 07. Roger and Out 08. Southbound Train 09. Old Man Trouble 10. Carry Me 11. Teach Your Children 12. Southern Cross 13. Find the Cost Of Freedom Disc Three 01. Star Spangled Banner 02. Let's Impeach the President 03. For What it's Worth 04. Chicago 05. Ohio 06. What Are Their Names 07. Rockin' in the Free World 08. Woodstock Notes: Edirol R09 (internal mics) > PC > EAC (track markers & normalization) > FLAC Frontend > FLAC The traffic getting into the parking area of Sound Advice Amphitheater was terrible and there were still lines of cars entering when CSNY took the stage promptly at 7:30 PM. Many of the folks were questioning why they didn't start later since they must have been aware of the lines of traffic still entering. As a result, this recording is missing the first 2 1/2 songs (Flags of Freedom, Carry On, Wooden Ships joined in progress). Also, due to "event staff" right next to my aisle seat I relied upon the Edirol R-09's internal mics. They didn't do as well as my SP mics but the sound is not that bad. A problem with Amphitheaters...when people can bring food and beer back to their seats it creates lots of movement and chatter...especially when recording from right next to the aisle. CSNY had a week off prior to this show and it shows in the strength of thier voices (especially Stephen's). Since I have yet to see a different recording of this show surface I'm putting it up for mass consumption mainly because it's such an excellent performance! If you are an audiophile you may want to pass this one up...