|Comments:||The sound is incredible, as if sb. has recorded this very much in front of the speakers. Much high and low (sometimes more high than I can bear ;) and more low than my parents can stand ;)). Especially the high pitches from (I think) percussionist Gary Wallis are *very* good audible ! I think (owning a lot of tapes and having Moonlight Tunes, 1994 West Coast Trip, Giants At The Giants and Mad For Fucking Years and some others) that this CD set has the most clear sound so far. If only I had an equaliser for the bass ... My source had 50 copies of this and had only a few left, so I don't know the quantity of this set. More info about the performance can be found in the tour files, and the only problem I have with this set is that they changed the *very* nice set-order and removed High Hopes from the encore and placed it at the end of disc one. Also, Dave announcements after DSotM (thanks, and about Roger) have been eliminated :( SOYCD starts with thunder, water, ping (echoes) and then Ricks keyboard rise (in volume ;) The second solo in Comfortably Numb is 5:38 exact ;) In all, clearly a must have for any fan around -PIET|
Sound is excellent. This one includes the end of the soundscape before Shine On I-V+VII, and a long Speak To Me. High Hopes was moved to the end of Disc 1, but it was performed as encore instead of WYWH, performed on the first set. One of my favorites from the 94 tour. - FERNANDO.