Thursday, October 29, 2009

RW - 2006-09-12 - MSG - rec 2

Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
September 12, 2006

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1 comment:

Dr. Forrester said...

Roger Waters
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
September 12, 2006

My Schoeps sourced alternate take to that already posted here by Dan Lynch who was just two
rows in front of me. (Though we had "traded" before, we had never met until after this show.
Great meeting you Dan. I'm downloading your 24 bit version right now.) Excellent stereo sound
separation and a classic performance. I'm sure the critics will line up on both sides of the fence
debating the virtues of both these very fine recordings.

Kick back, light up a big fat one, and travel to the Dark Side of The Moon.

Recorded Six Rows FOB From The Center Of The Floor

Source Info: Schoeps CCM4's > SD744T @ 24/96 > firewire to hard drive of dedicated music
only computer > Bit Conversion and re-sampled to 16/44.1 with Sound Forge 7.0 > indexed in
Sound Forge 4.5 > CD set up with CD Architect 4.5 > CD burned with CD Architect 5.0 onto
Mitsui Gold CD > Extracted to Internet Capable Computer with EAC > FLAC.

Hope you all enjoy this recording as much as I do. PLAY IT AS LOUDLY AS YOU CAN!!!
Please let me know what you think. And most importantly, share it freely with your loved ones
and friends.

May those who try to sell or otherwise profit from my recording be cursed with all the bad karma
that you justly deserve. This means you Middle Valley, VGP & all you other scum sucking
bootleggers who profit from my recordings. We will find you and we will put you out of



First Set
01 Intro >
02 In The Flesh
03 Mother
04 Set The Controls For the Heart Of The Sun >
05 Shine On You Crazy Diamond
06 Have A Cigar
07 Wish You Were Here* >08 Southampton Dock
09 The Fletcher Memorial Home
10 Perfect Sense Parts 1 and 2
11 Leaving Beirut
12 Sheep

Second Set
01 Dark Side of the Moon
02 Band Introductions >
03 The Happiest Days Of Our Lives / Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)
04 Vera >
05 Bring the Boys Back Home >
06 Comfortably Numb

* After a reference to his listening to the reading of the names the day before (9/11) Roger
dedicated Wish You Were Here to "the loved ones lost and the families left behind".