Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Warren Haynes – New Orleans, LA (05/05/12)

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Warren Haynes Band
with Dr. John, Dirty Dozen Brass Band horns, Ivan Neville and others
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
New Orleans Fair Grounds
New Orleans, La.
May 5, 2012

Donwload: FLAC/MP3

1 band intro > Man In Motion 3:06
2 River’s Gonna Rise 8:31
3 Sick of My Shadow 10:00
4 On A Real Lonely Night 8:44
5 Pretzel Logic 10:51
6 Dr John intro 1:45
7 Walk on Gilded Splinters * 8:39
8 Such A Night * 5:48
9 Big Chief * 5:25
10 Dr John introduces the band 0:40
11 The Weight > Makes No Difference * 9:56
73:29

* with Dr. John on lead vocals

Source: WWOZ-FM > RadioShark v2.0.2 > Macintosh MacMini (2.53 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) > aiff > Quicktime 7.6.3 (convert aiff to wav) > wav > flac v1.2.1 (linux command line; level 8 compression) > flac file

splice source (from mp3 online stream): CIUT.fm 96 kbps mp3 stream > RadioRecorder v1.07 > MacBook Pro (2.5 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) > captured mp3 stream > > Quicktime 7.7 > (convert mp3 to wav/aiff) > aiff (excerpts edited into the main FM audio file)

splice source #2 (from mp3 online stream): WWOZ.org 128 kbps mp3 stream > StationRipper v2.98.2 > Sony Vaio vpcs131fm > captured mp3 stream > hard drive > MacBook Pro (2.5 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) > Quicktime 7.7 > (convert mp3 to wav/aiff) > aiff (excerpt edited into the main FM audio file)

Transfer: flac file (transferred by ftp from remote pc) > MacBook Pro (2.5 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) > X Audio Compression Toolkit 2.18 (convert to aiff) > aiff > Bias Peak Pro 6.2.0.21692 (trimmed, normalized 3.8 db, split into tracks) > X Audio Compression Toolkit 2.18 (sector boundaries repaired, level 8 compression) > flac

Note: Several of the 2012 Jazzfest broadcasts, including this one, are marred by what sounds like hard-drive glitches – perhaps a fragmented drive or an overloaded processor on the PC used during the broadcast. The glitchiness was also present in the WWOZ online stream, however the stream by CIUT in Toronto (which was simulcasting the WWOZ broadcast) appears to have been unaffected. CIUT’s stream was only 96kps, so sometimes the splices may be fairly noticeable.

This recording includes the following splices:
Track 2:
.7-second splice at 1:49
.9-second splice at 1:51
.8-second splice at 1:54
.5-second splice at 1:59
.75-second splice at 2:02
1-second splice at 2:05
.9 seconds splice at 2:06
1.2-second splice at 2:09
.3 seconds splice at 2:11
.75-second splice at 2:16
.5-second splice at 2:18
3.4 seconds splice at 2:23

Track 4: A .6-second splice at 4:47

Track 8:
1-second splice (including a 1.8-second crossfade) at 1:01 plus a 3-second splice from the FM source from a similar passage
2-second splice at 1:01 (still sounds a bit glitchy)
0.8-second splice at 4:16 (from where the FM signal and WWOZ.org stream both dropped out entirely for about a second); plus another splice of about 1 second from the WWOZ online stream to repair a different glitch.

Additionally, a very long station ID was shortened by about 1:07 at the end of Track 3.

Warren Haynes, guitar and vocals
Dr. John, vocals, keyboard
Ivan Neville, keyboards, vocals
Dirty Dozen Brass Band horns (Efrem Towns, Roger Lewis & Kevin Harris)
Terence Higgins, drums
Nigel Hall, keyboards
Ron Holloway, sax

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