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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2    -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
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  • Venue
  • Roger Waters
  • 2000-07-09
  • At the River's Bend
  • Riverbend Amphitheater
  • Town / City
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  • Cincinnati
  • OH
  • USA
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  • davebowman
  • 21st of April 2010
  • Roger Waters - At the River's Bend Media: 2 CDr (2cdr SHN) Time: 74:28, 76:31 Catalog: Digital Reproductions DR 70900 Source: Audience #1 1st gen VHS (pavilion) Audience #2 1st gen VHS (lawn) <-- contributed by donkyflip Audience #3 digital Quality: EX- Date: 07-09-2000 Location: Riverbend Amphitheater, Cincinnati, Ohio Track Listing In the Flesh 5:26 The Greatest Days of Our Lives 1:45 Another Brick in the Wall 6:04 Mother 5:49 Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert 0:56 Southampton Docs 2:21 Pigs on the Wing 1:17 Dogs 16:26 Welcome to the Machine 6:54 Wish You Were Here 4:56 Shine on You Crazy Diamond 15:30 Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun 6:58 Speak to Me 0:48 Breath 2:30 Time 6:09 Money 6:07 Every Strangers Eyes 5:16 Perfect Sense #1 4:26 Perfect Sense #2 3:05 Bravery of Being Out of Range 5:02 It's a Miracle 7:36 Amused to Death 8:58 Brain Damage 4:03 Eclipse 1:54 Band Introductions 2:12 Comfortably Numb 9:47 Each Small Candle 8:34 Comments and Reviews: donkyFliP: Sorry about the drop outs in Welcome to the Machine and It's A Miracle guys. Making good recordings can be more difficult that it seems sometimes. This was my third Roger Waters Concert. Very plesant, although humid, evening sitting on the lawn under the stars with the Ohio River in the backdrop. Ahhh, it will live on in my mind and hopefully in your ears too. ENJOY THE SHOW! And keep trading and sharing the music... keep it free and easy. The Digital Dan: I was presented with two 1st gen video's of this show for use in a dvd production. However, since both angles were really obscured for the majority of the show, I scrapped the dvd plans. That left me with 3 audios that were already remastered. None of the three were particularly good sounding. "People Eat Other People's Meat" is a somewhat distorted recording with a lack of bass. The video's had plenty of bass, but were otherwise dull sounding. Combined it makes for a decent enough sounding show with good dynamics and a fuller sound. You can hear everything clearly, just doesn't have the punch and or impact of the better sounding shows from the tour. The show has a rough transition during "Welcome to the Machine" where one of the video's was cut. The first 30 seconds of "It's a Miracle" are missing, but since it's the intro, the music is basically unaffected. There is also a DTS 5.1 CD version of this show. The performance by Roger was dead on that night, which was a surprise considering how warm it was that evening. I did take some pictures of the show, but unfortunately my digital camera didn't have enough optical zoom or resolution and the pictures were unusable. Still, I had a lot of fun at the show and it is nice to now have a recording of it that I can listen to and remember back. As with all Digital Reproductions releases, this is for free trade and blank media trade only. Please do not buy, sell, or distribute for profit. Help keep the spririt of trading alive and well.