Thursday, July 6, 2017

Steely Dan - 2009-07-22 - Boston, MA (SBD/FLAC)





(Soundboard FLAC)

AJA AND ROYAL SCAM NIGHT
Wang Theater

Lineage:
Soundboard -> DAT -> Lossless Wav Capture -> Cubase SX Wavelab 5.0 -> Waves S-1 imager -> Steinberg Wavelab 5.0 for track indexing -> Wav files -> FLAC Frontend @ Level 8 -> Trader's Little Helper

Donald Fagen: Vocals, Fender Rhodes, Melodica
Walter Becker: Guitars, Vocals

along with,

The "Rent Party '09" Touring Band:

Tawatha Agee, Catherine Russell, Carolyn Leonhart: Backing Vocals
Jim Beard: Acoustic Piano, Nord Electro, Hammond
Marvin Stamm: Trumpet
Jim Pugh: Tenor Trombone
Roger Rosenberg: Baritone Saxophone
Walt Weiskof: Tenor and Alto Saxophone
Keith Carlock: Drums
“Ready” Freddie Washington: Fender P-Bass
Jon Herington: Guitars

01 Teenie Blues

THE AJA ALBUM
02 Black Cow
03 Aja
04 Deacon Blues
05 Peg
06 Home at Last
07 I Got the News
08 Josie
09 Donald's Remarks


THE ROYAL SCAM ALBUM
10 Kid Charlemagne
11 The Caves Of Altamira
12 Don't Take Me Alive
13 Sign In Stranger
14 The Fez
15 Green Earrings
16 Haitian Divorce
17 Everything You Did
18 The Royal Scam


ENCORES
19 Hey Nineteen
20 Love is Like an Itchin in My Heart - Band Introductions
21 Black Friday
22 The Boston Rag
23 Dirty Water
24 My Old School
25 Last Tango In Paris (exit music)


Notes from Buttmanos:
This show is special indeed. One of a kind, really. To hear it in all of its soundboard glory is like a wish granted. I'm sure my friends here on TDD feel the same way. The only show where they played two *whole* albums. And The Standells’ Dirty Water?? RARE indeed. The Boston Rag? Not played since 2000 and to my knowledge not after this show. Thank you, Ports, for procuring. Enjoy forever.

4 comments:

  1. Most wonderful...and certainly NOT an audience recording as stated on the cover!

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  2. Thanks a lot Edge, this is great. Aja and Royal Scam on the same night! Wonderful Stuff. Thanks to everyone involved. Big Trev

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  3. Hey Edge - just listening to this and I really think this is an audience recording. At least that's what it sounds like to me. Yup - 'Black Cow' and just as Roger Rosenberg is getting into his solo, there is definitely someone sitting next to the recorder. Shame.

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  4. Great show. Great sound. Audience or soundboard? Who cares. It sounds fantastic. Thank you

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