sabato 22 settembre 2018

Curtis Mayfield - 2000-02-22 - Los Angeles, CA (SBD/FLAC)





(Soundboard FLAC)

Curtis Mayfield Memorial Concert
First African Methodist Episcopal Church

Slunky 20 A/B - SB 5 (Scale 1-6, see notes)

Lineage:
Silvers > CD-R (trade) > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 5 (Secure, Offset Correct) > FLAC


Disc 1:
01. People Get Ready
02. Introducing Eric Clapton
03. I've Been Trying
04. The Makings of You
05. Introducing Stevie Wonder
06. Gypsy Woman
07. I'm So Proud
08. Story of Curtis (Speech)
09. Introducing the Band
10. We're a Winner
11. Gentle Genius, Gentle Giant

Disc 2:
01. It's All Right
02. Amen
03. I've Been Trying (Take 1)
04. Guitar Rehearsals
05. I've Been Trying (Take 2)
06. You Must Believe Me
07. People Get Ready
08. I've Been Trying (Take 3)
09. I've Been Trying (Take 4)
10. I'm So Proud
11. I'm So Proud (Sequence)

Information from the liner notes:
More than 300 musicians and parishioners gathered Tuesday, February 22, 2000 at the First A.M.E. Church in South Los Angeles (the oldest black congregation in Los Angeles) to pay homage to pop star Curtis Mayfield, who died in December 1999 at age 57. Several Grammy Award-winning musicians came to sing his songs in tribute and recall him as an inspiration. Stevie Wonder sang "Gypsy Woman", an early hit by Mayfield when he was with The Impressions in the 1960s. Eric Clapton sang "I've Been Trying" along with The Impressions, who still perform with a mix of new and original members. Lauryn Hill sang solo "The makings of you". The crowd clapped and swayed to Mayfield's music, performed against the backdrop of a church mural depicting the cultural pride, slave history, and social triumphs of African Americans. Finale was the highlight with "It's All Right", and a rousing 15 minute version of "Amen", with Eric on guitar, Stevie Wonder on keyboards, and Lauryn Hill singing with the Inspirations and the First AME Freedom Choir.

Geetarz Comments:
Tracks 3 - 12 on Disc 2 are from the rehearsal. Performance tracks appear to be a good audience recording directly off a monitor. Rehearsal tracks appear to be a direct SB recording.

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