Toronto, Ontario, Canada
18 July 2000
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01 – Duncan And Brady (trad.)
02 – Song To Woody
03 – Desolation Row
04 – Love Minus Zero/No Limit
05 – Tangled Up In Blue
06 – This World Can’t Stand Long (Jim Anglin)
07 – Country Pie
08 – Lay Lady Lay
09 – Gotta Serve Somebody
10 – She Belongs To Me
11 – Drifter’s Escape
12 – Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
13 – Things Have Changed
14 – Like A Rolling Stone
15 – Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
16 – Highway 61 Revisited
17 – Blowin’ In The Wind
Concert # 1233 of The Never-Ending Tour. Concert # 24 of the 2000 US Summer Tour with Phil Lesh And Friends.
2000 concert # 68.
Concert # 138 with the 12th Never-Ending Tour Band:
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Charlie Sexton (guitar),
Larry Campbell (guitar, mandolin, pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar),
Tony Garnier (bass),
David Kemper (drums & percussion).
1-6, 15, 17 acoustic with the band.
5, 11, 15 Bob Dylan harmonica.
6 new songs (35%) compared to previous concert. 1 new song for this tour.
LB-05696 ; 58min+42min ; 2CDR ; Rating: A-
An additional sound master (ASM) by my good buddy Olav66, probably one of his very first additional sound works (thanks to him for sharing it).
Lineage: Audio CD-R > T-RackS 2.0.4 > FLAC > Dime
Dime > HD > wav (Flac Frontend 1.1.3) > Adobe Audition 1.0 (basic fixing & shy attempt of remastering work) > flac (Flac Frontend 1.1.3 – align on SB option – level 8 – verify on)
This primarily was Olav ASM, LB-3104, which certainly sounded a bit too harsh and had lots of clipping. I made some changes on it reducing harsness and avoiding clipping at the measure of my possibilities.
1. Gaps removed on track breaks, with especial mention to one patched on d2t15 @ 7:14.849
2. Lightened the sound on some pops at track breaks making them more listenable as on
d1t5 0:00.012, d1t7 0:00.060 or d1t11.
3. Deleted 11 sec. silence at the end of d1t8 (after a fade out)
4. Smoothered sound de-equalizing (gentle mid cut around 36 db range) and
de-amplifying (-6 db) the complete recording to diminish harshness to a certain extent.
I know it can still be improved but my skills on this matter aren’t wide enough,
still very limited indeed.