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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
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  • Roger Waters
  • 2010-11-20
  • Good Evening Houston - AIWA CM-2(altdive)
  • Toyota Center
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  • Houston
  • TX
  • USA
  • FLAC
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  • Rec 1
  • Fair
  • davebowman
  • 21st of November 2010
  • Roger Waters Toyota Center Houston TX 2010-11-20 Section F Row 2X Seat 1 "Good Evening Houston" I originally bought these tickets thinking I'd be by the soundboard. After I had bought them I checked around, and then for months I thought I was wrong! What a surprise when it turned out the seat numbers did go the direction I originally hoped them to. You can see from the few horrible pictures I took where we were. Our seats were behind the soundboard on their left. I thought the sound overall was fantastic! Much better than where I was for the DSOTM tour at the Pavilion (see 'Dark Side of Houston'.) Even though we were in the back corner of the stadium floor, the venue was small enough to see well even from how far back we were. For some reason the seats to our left were unoccupied, so we almost had the whole row to ourselves. The folks behind us were well behaved, but the guys in front of us were double fisting their beers. Therefore the beginning of the show is not that bad, audience-wise, but as it goes on it gets more and more rowdy. I apologize for the tape flips, I really need to practice more doing those in the dark. Also, there were some minor mic problems during the beginning of set two and after the tape flip before Run Like Hell. It didn't help that a Toyota Center staff member was seated next to me in "seat 0" blocking an entrance to the soundboard area the whole time making me paranoid about recording the show. Besides some basic fades, I did not try to cover up any warts with this recording. Unfortunately, there are no radio commercial(s) this tour, I must be getting old. Also, I am running out of my stash of blank Maxell XLII-S tapes from the mid '90s so I used XLII type tapes instead. I have an old, inexpensive tape recorder and a similar external mic. For me, it does the trick. If I was a techie, I'd say all that makes a 'warmer' sound than straight digital -- yea whatever! I think the recording came out pretty darn good, but I am probably a bit biased. Of course, I haven't been listening to anything that has come out yet either! I hope you all enjoy it anyhow. All in all, we had a fantastic time, I can't wait for Roger's next tour... AIWA CM-2 "One Point Mic" > Sony TCM-86V "Cassette-Corder" > Maxell XLII > Nakamicki BX-300E > Wave Corrector (input, flip joins, boundary cuts) > GoldWave (fades, maxmatch) > Wave Corrector (track splits) > dBpoweramp (FLAC level 7) Set One: 01 Intro 02 Outside The Wall Intro 03 In The Flesh? 04 The Thin Ice 05 Another Brick In The Wall Part 1 06 The Happiest Days Of Our Lives 07 Another Brick In The Wall Part 2 08 Good Evening Houston 09 Mother (tape flip) 10 Goodbye Blue Sky 11 Empty Spaces 12 Young Lust 13 One Of My Turns 14 Don't Leave Me Now 15 Another Brick In The Wall Part 3 16 Goodbye Cruel World Set Two: 17 Hey You 18 Is There Anybody Out There? 19 Nobody Home 20 Vera 21 Bring The Boys Back Home 22 Comfortably Numb 23 The Show Must Go On 24 In The Flesh 25 Run Like Hell 26 Waiting For The Worms 27 Stop 28 The Trial 29 Crowd 30 Outside the Wall 31 Crowd, Feedback and Roger 32 Band Introductions during outtro