COMMENTS ABOUT OUR REMASTERS
WHAT A HIT!
The quality is really great, it's very, very close to the LT recordings of that time (or the nostalgia bonus plays into it :-)).
There are so many highlights here, a must listen, even better than the setlist reads.
This remaster will be on repeat for a long time.
Thank you Xcacel and whatever motivated you to tackle the tape again, it was the right decision.
Thanks for doing this! It's one of my favorites and nice companion to the previous night 3.13 which we now have on Live Trax 41. Both shows are primo D & T.
For those that haven't heard this my oh my you're in for a treat. Bob Weir guesting on Watchtower, Santana guesting on Rain Down on Me (Pre JTR) and Love of My Life, the single he and Dave worked on for Supernatural. Just amazing and unique performances here. Plus you get the core 1999 set they were playing which was so so good. Two Step, Crush, The Stone, to start if off!! I mean what else do you EVEN WANT!
Thank you thank you thank you, this is really a special show. Sad and beautiful at the same time. A best example of what music can mean to everyone, how it connects and how what the guys deliver that evening is simply everything that LeRoi stood for and (not only in this forum) also still does. Those "old friend" lines at the beginning of Two Step. Wow, pure goosebumps. This sadness accompanies the show, but makes it "twice as real". The quality is GREAT, everything is clear, balanced. Excellent.
This show is insane. The mood of the two is sensational (I had the Copperpot video on mute while listening to this great remaster). THAT is musical spirit in perfection. Here two exceptional talents understand each other without many words (the end of Grey Street, the short "it's Tim R. over hear - nothing more needs to be said). There is soooo much feeling and variation in the titles. And how fantastic did Tim Che played and otherwise largely withdrawn, worked on, never obtrusive. This D&T show is definitely a highlight.
This remaster is superb. I haven’t listened to this show in 10 years but it’s hot. Really gets into the groove at WWYS. I love these early iterations of this song and Dave’s improv/scat in the middle jam is the best I’ve heard from the early versions. Then the rest of the show just stays heated from there, so many highlights and jams. The sound here is excellent too, and with headphones on, I feel like I’m literally standing in the same room as the band. Carter’s drums….*chefs kiss*
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