Heaven & Hell: Dark night on the Prairie. Nokia
First of all the tapers notes:
Taper notes: Pretty good recording of a pretty nice show -- no real surprises judging by previous setlists from the tour. Figured the show would be loud, so I "pre-set guessed" the recording level beforehand rather than just going with the mic-sensitivity setting, kinda hoping it would be good enough. Seems to have worked. It still a bit muddy in spots, but it's a true reflection of what I was hearing and quite in-your-face. You'll hear some buzzing once in a while, but that was coming from Tony Iommi's guitar, not the source. There was very little interference from the crowd around me, so I was quite pleased with the result. Glad to see RJD singing with the Sab boys again, my first time to see them together since 1981.
Joeyjay notes: Mike did a pretty fair job, considering it was the first time he took away the safety blanket of "auto recording level" to make sure his rigging didn't get blown out. I did have to de-hiss it a bit because of the lowered setting, and it's still got some muddy low end, but I'd say this is a worthy tour document from the Dallas-area stop. You might need to crank
it up. Enjoy. On with the show ...
Well of course everybody is pretty excited with their own recordings but the fact is the recording is not so good, is average, you can hear distortions here and there, and sounds hollow, far and the volume is pretty low.
Audience recording, Quality 7
AFTER ALL (THE DEAD)
THE MOB RULES
CHILDREN OF THE SEA
SIGN OF THE SOUTHERN CROSS
THE DEVIL CRIED
FALLING OFF THE EDGE OF THE WORLD
SHADOW OF THE WIND
HEAVEN AND HELL
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