Wednesday, August 26, 2009

John Scofield - "Piety Street Band" - Live at Umbria Jazz festival, Perugia, Italy, July 19, 2009 [FM][FLAC]

A survivor69 production

FM radio broadcast by "Il Cartellone - Radio 3 Suite Jazz", Radio 3 RAI
Recorded at Teatro Morlacchi

Lineage (FM > HD > web): ITT HiFi4060 Tuner > Audacity 1.3.5 Beta via C-Media CMI8738/C3DX soundcard > 44100hz/16bit flac's (level 8)

Many thanks to survivor69

Highly recommended listening !!!


John Scofield - guitar,vocals on t12
Jon Cleary - Hammond b3 organ, vocals, guitar on t11
Donald Ramsey - bass, vocals
Ricky Fataar - drums, vocals


t00-radio introduction
t01-band's intro
t02-Ninetynine and a Half (Won't Do)
t03-Over In The Glory Land
t04-Motherless Child
t05-reggae instrumental
t06-guitar intro
t07-Walk With Me
t08-Come On Baby Let The Good Time Roll
t09-guitar intro
t10-The Angel Of Death
t11-I Don't Need No Doctor
t12-I'm A Soldier
t13-radio outro
t14-Umbria Jazz jingle

Total time : 74'01"

**Please note that most of the vocals are distorting, due to unaccurate recording by RAI engineers. The show was strangely broadcast in two different sets, one after another divided by a station ID and a brief radio intro (between t07 and t08, for just a bit more than a minute) that I edited for continous listening. Later included in the folder, marked as track t00, a radio introduction in ITALIAN - this intro runs for 4'06", you can skip downloading it if you don't understand italian. NOTE: due to the fact that the radio announcer Pino Saulo says during the introduction of the AACM2 show that "the last song fades out because of recording space and I apologize for the rest of the set not being recorded", I am assuming that all these Umbria Jazz 2009 sets are recorded on removable media (such as blank MDs or CDRs). So, the bad news is that these Umbria Jazz sets are all possibly incomplete, and the missing tracks/encores, where there are any, are not even recorded... But, as I said, this is just my assumption.

Format: FLAC

Enjoy !!!

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