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Re: Sound quality of JBC shows

From: Ed Carter <ed_at_dowcarter.com>
Date: Mon 19 Apr 1999 - 07:31:07 PDT


my ears once bled during "the best way" at dingwalls, camden, 1988

well, not literally, but half the audience headed for the corner of the room with their hands over their ears.

otherwise a damn good gig.

ed, not contributing anything of particular worth

-----Original Message-----
From: David E. Zembower <zembower@interaccess.com> To: Jazz Butcher Mailing List <jbc-list@pasture.ecn.purdue.edu> Date: 19 April 1999 14:43
Subject: Sound quality of JBC shows

>Hello All,
>
>Regarding the recent chat about poor-sounding live JBC recordings, I was
>curious what the people who were actually at those shows thought of the
>sound quality during the shows. Are we just making poor recordings, or is
>there an inherent problem with Pat's sound man? The reason I ask is that I
>only saw the JBC once (in 1992, during the CB tour), and the sound was
>horrible. And it wasn't the venue (1st Avenue in Minneapolis, MN), because
>I saw many shows at that club, with brilliant acoustics. The sound was so
>bad for this show that over half the audience had left before the concert
>ended. Is this a recurring problem for Pat?
>
>David
>zembower@interaccess.com
>
Received on Mon Apr 19 07:33:29 1999

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