Warren Zevon Live at Chestnut Cabaret on 1991-12-26
- Warren Zevon
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|I'LL SLEEP WHEN I'M DEAD|
|PLAY IT ALL NIGHT LONG|
|POOR POOR PITIFUL ME|
|MR. BAD EXAMPLE|
|THINGS TO DO IN DENVER WHEN YOU'RE DEAD|
|BOOM BOOM MANCINI|
|SEARCHING FOR A HEART|
|WEREWOLVES OF LONDON|
|INTO THE MYSTIC (VAN MORRISON)|
|LAWYERS, GUNS AND MONEY|
WARREN ZEVON & THE ODDS
CHESTNUT CABARET, PHILADELPHIA, PA, USA
DECEMBER 26, 1991 (LATE SHOW)
G2 MASTER AUDIENCE RECORDING
Fresh Transfer 2017
SONY D8* MASTER CASSETTE>AUDACITY>TLH>FLAC
* This is probably a typo and actually a Sony D3 master. The previous night was recorded by the same taper with a Sony D3 and the Sony TCD-D8 is a DAT recorder released in 1993.
Seeded to www.dimeadozen.org on February 8, 2017 by realomind.
Uploaded to the Live Music Archive on March 31, 2017 by Tim Burke (email@example.com).
Here's another fresh transfer of one of my favorite recordings. After the recent JEMS 1977 share I was inspired to revisit this memorable night. It was one of my first 5 uploads, out of over 1500, so I guess that speaks volumes about the performance. I always referred to the Mr. Bad Example Tour as Warren's Arc/Weld tour. The songs are delivered with a very heavy hand and deafening volume.
When I first shared this someone got really upset with me for saying that Warren was playing the slow, but heavy guitar solo in PIANL. The guys from The Odds handled most of the leads for sure, but Warren played a couple too. I remember standing there 15 feet directly in front of WZ thinking "I can't believe Warren is playing lead!"
There is a fabulous show from Cleveland about 10 days after this, a stellar fm broadcast that is essential, but this is might be an even better performance. It was the first time in forever that WZ had done two shows in one night and the band was on fire for this late show. Warren warned the crowd that the setlist would be basically the same as the early show..."I don't magically turn into Lloyd Cole at midnight."
As I said, heavy hand, but also heavy material...Boom Boom, Detox, First We Take Manhattan, Jungle Work, Model Citizen all RLF. Most of my tapes benefit from a bit of extra bass...on this I recommend turning the treble up a couple of notches. I was in the sweet spot, you can hear everyone well. For a PACKED standing room show there are really no issues, the deafening on stage volume took care of any stray talkers. Recommended for those who like Rock and Roll.
WARREN ZEVON - VOCALS, STUN GUITAR, PIANO
THE ODDS - EVERYTHING ELSE
no mp3's, no selling, YES SHARING - "Your last shirt wont have a pocket" [Lone Taper]
please no remastered reposts - it is what it is.
“It ain’t perfect, but it ain’t bad”
- 2017-03-31 19:54:07
- Philadelphia, PA
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- Chestnut Cabaret
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