GNM: Uncle Tupelo, 1994-04-29: The Blue Note, Columbia, MO, USA

4-29-94_stub

SOUNDBOARD RECORDING
Source: Soundboard > Sony TCD-D7 (patched out of house cassette deck)
Transfer: DAT clone(1) > Tascam DA-20 > M-Audio Audiophile USB > PC > Wavelab 5.0
Taped by Jake, transferred by mrpember

AUDIENCE RECORDING
Source: CSB mics (battery box) clipped on glasses > Denon DTR-80P
Transfer: Master DAT > Tascam DA-20 > M-Audio Audiophile USB > PC > Wavelab 5.0
Taped and transferred by mrpember

MIX
Wavelab 5.0 (syncing, mixing, normalizing, fades) > CDWave (tracking) > Flac (level 6)
Mixed by mrpember (June, 2007)

NOTES
My friend Jake recorded from the soundboard at this show (you can hear us discuss it after the 1st song), and I decided to record using mics just in case there was a problem with the board tape. The board tape came out nice, but a like many board tapes, is a bit sterile. Also, the sound engineer created a mix just for the board tape, and he mixed Jay’s voice quite a bit louder than Jeff’s. This sbd/aud mix evens that out a bit, and I think it gives a much better idea of the feel of the room on the night when UT played the Blue Note for the last time in front of a rowdy crowd of hardcore fans.

Dedicated to Bob Downing (our host for these shows) and to Barry, who can be heard loudly exclaiming his love for the band before the first song.

release1994-04-29: The Blue Note, Columbia, MO, USA (disc 1) and release1994-04-29: The Blue Note, Columbia, MO, USA (disc 2).