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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
  • John Paul Jones
  • 2000-03-14
  • Untitled
  • House of Blues French Quarter
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • New Orleans
  • LA
  • USA
  • FLAC
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  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Soundboard
  • Excellent
  • Cygnals
  • 26th of July 2009
					
  • John Paul Jones, House of Blues French Quarter March 14 2000, New Orleans, Louisiana Soundboard Recording Digital Broadcast > Harddisk A PRESENCE PRODUCTION Mastered by Jason Peterson 1. Zooma 2. Goose 3. Grind 4. The Smile of Your Shadow 5. Nosumi Blues 6. No Quarter 7. Spaghetti Junction 8. Going to California 9. Steel Away 10. Snake Eyes 11. Nobody's Fault But Mine 12. Triple-Neck Acoustic 13. Crackback 14. Bass 'n Drums 15. B. Fingers 16. Jump Blues 17. When The Levee Breaks 18. Tidal 19. Trampled Under Foot 20. Black Dog Pure and untouched, this is sourced direct from the House of Blues pay-per-view webcast. I once wrote a lengthy review for FBO but cannot locate it just yet. I will post it if I find it. Enjoy the JPJ! Update: Found the review: John Paul Jones House of Blues French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana March 14, 2000 Set List: Zooma / Goose / Grind / The Smile of Your Shadow / Nosumi Blues / No Quarter / Spaghetti Junction / Going To California / Steel Away / Snake Eyes / Nobody's Fault But Mine / (intermission) / Triple-neck Acoustic Solo / Crackback / Bass N' Drums / B. Fingers / Jump Blues / When The Levee Breaks / Tidal // Trampled Under Foot // Black Dog Total Running Time: 127min, stereo soundboard. The show starts out powerful with Zooma leading the way. About 2 minutes into the song, the volume drops a bit, and works it way back up back to its original point during Goose. Goose and Grind exhibit some distortion on the bass guitar. JPJ makes a comment after Grind about "it's great when computers do what you want them to do," so I believe the distortion was due to a pedal or something on the mixing board. Jones has feedback problems during Going To California, but a lovely solo nonetheless. His introduction of Nobody's Fault But Mine: "THIS one you're gonna like." Smoking version of NFBM! The triple-neck acoustic solo is awesome. He actually lays down his backing tracks with each neck, then digitally loops them over each other while he plays a solo! At first he has trouble getting the loop pedals to work like he wants them to, so he stops playing and adjusts his pedals (all while making funny JPJ comments). Crackback, and it sounds like Jones is having the bass distortion he had at the beginning of the show. Love that riff though! The distortion gets fixed during Bass N Drums, which features naughty bits of Heartbreaker and Ramble On. The rest of the show proceeds without incident. The one-two punch ending of When The Levee Breaks and Tidal kicks major ass. Two encores, Trampled Under Foot and Black Dog, are well received by the crowd. The slide guitar started to wear on me during Black Dog, and I wasn't a big fan of Jonesy's keyboard sound for No Quarter and Trampled, but they are nice to hear. Great show!