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  • Eric Johnson
  • 1991-09-29
  • Untitled
  • Berklee Performance Center
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  • 30th of September 2009
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  • Eric Johnson- guitar Kyle Brock- bass Tommy Taylor- drums Berklee Performance Center Boston, Mass. September 29, 1991 runtime: 83:50 setlist: 1: righteous 4:43 2: high landrons 6:12 3: band introductions :22 4: tribute to Jerry Reed 1:52 5: trademark 4:52 6: the wind cries Mary (Jimi Hendrix) 4:34 7: SRV (tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan) 3:19 8: nothing can keep me from you 6:34 9: untitled (at the time) 3:10 10: song for George 1:48 11: brave and beautiful 5:29 12: Steve's boogie (cuts in slightly) 3:56 13: untitled 2 8:14 14: desert rose 9:27 15: ah via musicom > cliffs of Dover and encore break 13:00 16: encore: are you experienced? (Jimi Hendrix) 6:10 1st gen. audience tape 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. comments: this is Eric Johnson at the Berklee, which would seem to suggest alot of crowd, but it must be recorded pretty close up because there's not much crowd at all and the music is clear. It's a "you are there" production. maybe not quite as fusey sounding in parts as some Eric Johnson music is. the 2 "untitled" songs may have titles now, but they didn't at the time of this show. if they do I'm sure the EJ Appreciators of Dime will let us all know what they are. thanks once again to jazzdave for this recording. he gave me 3 1st generation copies of shows he recorded, all recorded with the same deck/mikes and kind of cassettes. they all sound good although imho this one has the best sound quality. do not sell this recording. Share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.