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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
  • Eric Johnson
  • 1989--1990
  • Born On The Cliffs of The Bayou
  • The Bayou
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Washington
  • DC
  • USA
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Soundboard
  • Excellent
  • Cygnals
  • 1st of November 2008
  • Taper
  • Unknown
					
  • Eric Johnson "Born On The Cliffs of The Bayou" The Bayou Georgetown Washington D.C. December 19, 1989 Source/Lineage: Soundboard>Dat?>1st or 2nd Gen Analog>Sony TC-WR950 (azimuth adjusted)>Cool Edit Pro (via line-in)(speed corrected)>Wave>Flac level 6 Tapes graciously loaned by: Kent Miller Artwork by: Nephronic Transfered by: Al (moderndaywarrior2112@yahoo.com) *****Modern Day Warrior Recordingzzz***** Disc 1 (total time 72:03) 01. Friends 02. Soulful Terrain 03. High Landrons 04. Nothing Can Keep Me From You 05. Trademark 06. C.W. 07. Forty Mile Town 08. Tears Of A Clown (Smokie Robinson cover) cut 09. East Wes (fades in) 10. Righteous 11. Love & Confusion (Hendrix cover) 12. Desert Rose 13. Cliffs Of Dover Disc 2 (total time 71:27) 01. Tune-up & crowd 02. Zap 03. Politician (Cream cover) fades out The Bayou Georgetown Washington D.C. July 13, 1990 04. Friends 05. Trademark 06. High Landrons 07. Forty Mile Town 08. Righteous 09. Nothing Can Keep Me From You 10. April Come She Will (Paul Simon cover) 11. Song For George 12. Cliffs Of Dover (slight cut) 13. East Wes (fades out) Line-up: Eric Johnson - Guitar, Vocals Kyle Brock - Bass Tommy Taylor - Drums Notes: I was loaned these tapes from Kent Miller (very much appreciated),who at the time knew the soundman who recorded these 2 Eric Johnson soundboards.Kent said that at the time the soundman had a new dat recorder so I am assuming that he copied these tapes from his dat.If not I will say that these are at least 2nd generation at best.They do sound terrific however.I transfered them using my Sony TC-WR950 Stereo Cassette Deck and also azimuth adjusted each side of the cassette for optimal sound.I noticed the tapes ran a tad bit slow so I speed corrected them in CEP.I applied no eq at all to these.I only amplified the volume a bit to the optimal level.These sound absolutely great.The '89 soundboard sounds a tad better probably because it seemed to be mixed better.The is a small cut due to a tip flip in Cliffs Of Dover from the '90 soundboard but it's not to noticeable.Both soundboards seem to be incomplete though as Eric mentions he is gonna play a Hendrix song before Politician and it then fades out during the Cream cover.I'm also sure the '90 soundboard is not complete either.Both of these shows seem to be uncirculated so it is my pleasure to unleash these great shows to you.Once again thanks to Kent for loaning me his tapes and for his patience in waiting for the return of them.Also thanks to Nephronic for the killer artwork. ****Enjoy and trade freely.Please do not sell these recordings.Encode to lossy formats for personal use only.Please preserve the quality****