Friday, 13 April 2007


Show Info:
1998 Yield Tour Show
Set Length: 107min
Support Act: Spacehog

Main Set:
Brain Of J, Hail Hail, Corduroy, Rearviewmirror, Given To Fly, Dissident, Spin The Black Circle, Faithfull, Alive, MFC, Habit, Wishlist, Improv/(Crazy Mary), Nothingman, Jeremy, Do the Evolution, Better Man, Black
Last Exit, Even Flow, Daughter, Fuckin' Up, Rockin' in the Free World, Yellow Ledbetter

Show Notes: An incredibly hot venue with the crowd going NUTS with the first note of the show. Stone has many guitar problems all night. 'RVM' features a cool band jam with Ed soloing with some strange harmonics and effects. During 'Spin the Black Circle,' he puts a tambourine on top of his mic stand, slapping it to make it spin while belting out, "spin ... spin." 'MFC' is introduced as, "... sometimes you have to get away. This song is about getting away to somewhere." The 'Habit' line is "speaking as someone from Pedro." Stone has guitar problems, which is why they play 'Crazy Mary.' In praise of the amazing energy, after 'DTE," Ed tells the crowd that they are the best they've seen on the whole tour. He jumps down into the crowd under Stone during 'Black,' greeting fans for a long time before returning to the stage. During 'Fuckin' Up,' the house lights come on!!! The band didn't seem to care and Ed raised both middle fingers to the lights. During 'RITFW,' Mike makes a hugh circle around the whole stage and Ed bashes a hole in the stage with the mic stand, wood chips flying, with the stand getting stuck at one point. 'Yellow Ledbetter' is played by request for some fans with a HUGE banner (probably 20 people wide) down front. Ed exits at the end of the show, big smile on his face, via the hole he's chopped in the stage.

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Source Info:
Source: Sonic Studios (DSM6) -> PA-6LC -> Sony WM-D6 (approx 50' from left PA)
Generation: ANA(1) -> DAT(M) 48khz -> FLAC
Transfer: DA-20 -> Monster coax -> DiO 2496 -> Soundforge 6.0 (resample to 44.1) -> CDWave -> FLAC frontend -> FLAC

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