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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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  • Al Stewart
  • 2012-11-17
  • Untitled
  • Poor David's Pub
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  • Dallas
  • TX
  • USA
  • FLAC
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  • Rec 1
  • Very Good
  • davebowman
  • 2019-10-28 11:21:10
					
  • Al Stewart with Dave Nachmanoff Poor David's Pub Dallas, Texas USA November 17, 2012 Quality: Excellent audience Lineage: Core Sound Binaurals (w/bass rolloff)>Sony MZ-NF810> Total Recorder>Audio Cleaning Lab 3.0>WAV>FLAC 8 Taper: Mike Rowefoen Transfer/encoding: joeyjay Artwork: Chee-Zee File size: 529 MB MUSICIANS Al Stewart - vocals, guitar Dave Nachmanoff - lead guitar, harmonica, vocals * DISC ONE (50:36) 1. Intro 2. House Of Clocks 3. Flying Sorcery 4. Banter 5. Antarctica 6. Banter 7. The Palace Of Versailles 8. Banter 9. On The Border 10. Banter 11. Night Train To Munich 12. Banter 13. "Hold On" 14. Lord Grenville 15. Banter 16. In Sickness And In Health * 17. Banter 18. Grateful * DISC TWO (48:06) 1. Banter 2. Carol 3. Time Passages 4. Banter 5. Merlin's Time 6. Banter 7. Gina In the King's Road 8. Banter 9. Soho (Needless To Say) 10. Banter 11. Year Of The Cat 12. Encore applause 13. Banter 14. Sheila Won't Be Coming Home * Notes: Ol' Mike has long been a casual fan of Stewart's music, dating to the mid-'70s - the mix of history and implied drama with Al's distinctive voice and phrasing made Mike feel like he were in a secret adventure club or something. Hard to explain, I guess, unless your "in the club." And while he didn't dissect every lyric or record, Mike had a magical time every time he spun an Al Stewart LP. That said, he was curious and somewhat ecstatic when it was announced Al would be making a rare Dallas visit - turned out to be 30 years since the last one. And for him to play the great and intimate Poor David's Pub, well, we expected an excellent night of music. An understatement, to be sure ... As the casual fan who never had seen Al live, Ol' Mike had no idea what to expect for a show or that Al would would be bringing along an extraordinary sideman, Dave - and the fact the packed club was extremely into the gig made this one amazing night. Al seems like a heck of a nice guy and the ranconteur you might expect, given his not-so-common subjects and lyrics. He's also a rock-solid rhythm guitarist, and teamed with the extremely nimble Dave, the songs beam majestically through the room. The sound is exquisite, in joeyjay's opinion. Crank this one and you are there. Want to thank Poor David (Card) for continually bringing in great artists to his fabulous listening room (check out a show there if you're ever in Dallas), and continued thanks to The Coin for the legendary but for now retired "surrogate mics" and D. Ortiz for the current loaners. See Al and Dave if/when you can. Highly recommended. Enjoy. On with the show ...