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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
  • 1990-07-07
  • From Austin to Boston
  • Paradise Theater
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Boston
  • MA
  • USA
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Rec 1
  • Excellent
  • Cygnals
  • 23rd of July 2009
  • from Austin to Boston Eric Johnson- guitar and vocals Kyle Brock- bass Tommy Taylor- drums Paradise Rock Club (then called the Paradise Theater, but it was never a theater) Boston, Mass. July 7, 1990 (Saturday) 1st gen. audience tape runtime: 111:37 setlist: disc 1 73:02 1: stage introduction > friends 7:53 2: trademark 4:57 3: band introductions :30 4: high landrons 8:05 5: forty mile town 4:10 6: righteous 3:32 7: nothing can keep me from you 6:01 8: April, come she will (Simon & Garfunkel 3:46 9: acoustic guitar solo 1:47 10: ah via musicom (cuts, tape flip) 5:55 11: ah via musicom (continued) > cliffs of Dover 11:23 12: east, Wes 6:35 13: desert rose 8:21 disc 2 38:34 14: zap 12:04 15: Steve's boogie 2:11 16: Bristol Shore (spliced, tape flip) 8:46 17: alpine 1:41 18: are you experienced? (Jimi Hendrix) 7:46 19: Spanish castle magic 6:03 lineage: realistic mini mikes > Sony D-6 cassette deck (dolby off) > Maxell XLII-S cassette master > copy (same) > played on Nak. 125 into soundforge 4.5 (WAV) with realtek soundcard > FLAC > torrentially yours. (a Jazzdave recording.) digitized and posted by glasnostrd19 July 2009. comments: this is a nice juicy show of Ah Via Musicom songs, a couple of songs were cut for tape flips, which probably had something to do with the edits between songs made by this same taper in Northampton show 2 days after this one. there weren't any of those in this show. Eric was hardly a "new" artist at this time, since this was the tour of his 3rd solo album, Ah Via Musicom but he was still pretty new to Boston and the Paradise with its famous poles (one just in front of center stage). There have been some good sounding shows in this place, many great bands there, but the sound in there is lousy, cement walls (when wood would be good). still a scene of many great shows, this was a nice time. Eric was still new to me at this time, but many had been fans of his guitar playing for years. Eric later played in a "G-3" tour with Joe Satriani and Steve Vai, a good style combination there imho. for those still unfamiliar with this music of EJ, this music is a mix of fusey rock/pop maybe progressive jazz-rock. He comes from Austin, Texas, maybe the most creative region of the U.S.'s largest state. apparently there he has been a very familiar name since the middle and even early 1980's. now he's a worldwide recognized guitar player with a unique style. I think I got most of the song titles in here, if I left one out anywhere I apologize. this is close to a complete recording, just a few seconds missing for tape flips. thanks very much to jazzdave for sharing with me a 1st generation copy of his master, probably sometime within the 1st year after the concert. he made several great recordings of mostly jazz shows in the 1980's, and is a big fan of Eric, attended several of his shows around this time. do not sell this recording. Share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.