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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
  • Yes
  • 2008-08-11
  • Alien Ballroom
  • Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Hampton Beach
  • NH
  • USA
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Rec 1
  • Very Good
  • Cygnals
  • 19th of July 2010
					
  • Yes (Howe, Squire, White) Friday, November 11, 2008 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom Hampton, New Hampshire, USA "Alien Ballroom" SolitaryPine Productions [SP012] Taper: SolitaryPine Mastering: SolitaryPine Artwork: Andersonic Location: Dead Center at the Soundboard Source: Edirol R-09 w/Internal Mics AGC=OFF, LOW CUT=OFF, MIC GAIN=LOW, [WAV 16bit/44.1kHz] Conversion: Master WAVs - PC - Editing/Tracking - FLAC Editing: Cool Edit Pro 2.1 [fades, 3dB boost], CDWAV CUE for tracking checksums: TLH ~ FLAC fingerprints & MD5 ~~ DISC 1 ~~ (52:11) Firebird Suite (2:52) Siberian Khatru (10:00) Your Move / All Good People (7:29) Heart Of The Sunrise (12:34) Tempus Fugit (6:15) Onward (5:29) Astral Traveler (7:32) ~~ DISC 2 ~~ (52:45) Close To The Edge (20:45) (intermission) Parallels (6:47) And You And I (12:10) Mood For A Day (aborted) / Clap (5:38) Long Distance Runaround/The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus) (7:25) ~~ DISC 3 ~~ (53:42) Aliens (Are Only Us From The Future) (6:02) Machine Messiah (10:55) Soon (7:25) Starship Trooper (13:40) Owner Of A Lonely Heart (6:12) Roundabout (9:28) NOTES: It is my utmost pleasure to bring you this release. This was the the 3rd show of the "In The Present" tour. It was the first show of the US leg of the tour. It was obvious that it's early in the tour. It will take a few more shows to get it everything working like a well oiled wheel. The venue - well - all I can say is, thank God I was able to get the "best seat in the house" for my R-09. Well above the floor and the noise of the crowd. Who would think that 1800 seats would be so noisy!! I usually tape with my Core Sound Binaural mics, but tonight was an exception to that rule. Our seats were in an aweful location for taping, so we found a seat upgrade path for the trusty Edirol and we went with it. The new location prevented the CSB's from being used. But, it's amazing what the internal mics can pull off if you have a great location. My rating: I give it an A+ for the recording, and a B+ for the performance. The aborted Mood for a Day was due to Steve starting to to play and then got frustrated and said "Cmon really" as he switched guitars and jumped into Clap. I think he might have been unhappy with the sound or the tuning. They had quite a few sound and tempo problems all night. Let's leave it at the fact that a small venue, made out of wood, tends to be challenging for audio as well. Remember back in 1971 when they played this same venue? Yes opened for Jethro Tull. That show resulted in a riot which ended up causing the National Guard to get called in, and closed the venue to shows for a decade. Visit http://www.forgottenyesterdays.com to read more about that. This recording is "raw" and no equalization was performed, only amplification (3dB) and fades were made with CE Pro. I want to thank Steve K. for accompanying me to the show this night. If it was not for him, this recording would not exist. It's amazing what two former sound guys can do! I also want to thank Winston for offering, on Yesfans, to do artwork for people. Yet another splendidly amazing job! Dank je! Visit his website at www.yesfocus.org If you search for SolitaryPine, you can find my roio trade website. --- The following keywords will help you locate Yes torrents on tracker sites: Torrent Keyword: yestorrent You can also search for 'Roundabout'. Enjoy! --- TRADE FREELY! This recording should never be sold (or bought)! Please do not trade in MP3 or other lossy formats. Thanks to those who pay it forward and share it back. Please support Yes by seeing them live, and puchasing their albums. Visit their website at www.yesword.com Also partake in the www.yesfans.com forums. Upped by SolitaryPine - November 2008