Friday, September 15, 2017

Santana - 1992-08-29 - Mountain View, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Shoreline Amphitheatre

Lineage:
Sbd > Dat master (2 x Maxell DM-120, unknown model deck recorded at 48 kHz. sampling rate).

Transfer [2012-05]: Panasonic SV-3700 (S/PDIF coax/RCA output) > Macintosh with Digidesign Audiomedia III card > Pro Tools (minor "nip and tuck" edits, DC offset correction, normalization, tracking and down-sampling - no equalization or DNR) > AIFF files > xACT (Flac level 8 files with sector boundaries verified).

Carlos Santana
Chester Thompson
Alex Ligertwood
Myron Dove
Karl Perazzo
Raul Rekow
Walfredo de Los Reyes and Jorge Santana

with
Phish members(1)
Marcia Miget(2)
Armando Peraza(3)
Tony Lindsay(4)
various other Santana family and friends on percussion including Stella and Salvador Santana(5)

CD1 - 48:46
01 [cuts in on opening notes] Peace On Earth / Mother Earth / Third Stone From The Sun > [06:42]
02 Somewhere In Heaven [11:22]
03 Batuka > [03:25]
04 No One To Depend On [04:47]
05 Life Is For Living [04:20]
06 Savor / Karl Perazzo / Raul Rekow [18:10]

CD2 - 41:45
01 I Love You Much Too Much > [04:13]
02 Wings Of Grace [03:46]
03 Black Magic Woman / Gypsy Queen > [10:22]
04 Oye Como Va [05:33]
05 talk [00:45]
06 Super Boogie (1)(2) > [10:18]
07 Blues For Salvador (1)(2) [06:28]
08 talk [00:20]

CD3 - 66:35
01 Angels All Around Us / Spirits Dancing In The Flesh (2)(3) [08:05]
02 Make Somebody Happy (2)(3)(4) > [08:30]
03 Get It In Your Soul / Walfredo De Los Reyes / Myron Dove [09:17]
04 Toussaint L'Overture (2)(3) [07:19]
05 Soul Sacrifice / A Love Supreme (2)(3) [13:56]
06 talk [00:42]
07 Why Can't We Live Together? (2)(3) > [06:00]
08 Jingo / band intros (2)(3)(4)(5) [12:46]

Note:
There was a tape change gap at about 5:40 of Toussaint L'Overture where a little bit is missing. I think everything sounds AOK now though minor "gremlins" may remain that I didn't notice or forgot to mention. On this tour with Phish, there were many odd extra guests and therefore some details may still be missing.

Stereo soundboard plus Sennheiser binaural mics on "dummy head" (live matrix mix). It really sounds a lot like a soundboard-only recording except that some audience noise can be heard low in the mix in the background. Recordings of this show and the three other nights of the "CarloPhornia Four" all sound fantastic. Carlos loved recordings made with the binaural mics and was into making his live tapes sound as good as possible. Highly recommended!

1 comment:

  1. Highly recommended indeed. A great show and a fantastic mix. All the instruments come out clearly. It's worth it just to hear "Jingo" live. Peter. (Sydney)

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