Grandaddy Live Archive

Artist: Jason Lytle

Date: 2006-05-19

Venue: Easy Street Records, Seattle, WA

13 tracks. 1 text file.
# Title Duration MP3 FLAC
1 [Intro] 0:46
2 The Go In The Go-For-It 3:05
3 [Banter] 0:44
4 Disconnecty 3:11
5 [Banter] 0:29
6 The Crystal Lake 4:31
7 Aisle Seat 37-D 3:49
8 Jeez Louise 3:35
9 I Need You (America cover) 3:38
10 Summer... It's Gone 5:29
11 [Banter] 0:30
12 My Small Love 4:15
13 [Outro] 0:51

jlytle2006-05-19.info.txt

Jason Lytle
Easy Street Records (Queen Anne)
Seattle, WA
2006-05-19

Taper: Brian Connolly ([email protected] & http://trades.iamserio.us)
Location: DFC, ~15' from PA. Mics NOS (90 degrees, 12" separation), ~9' high in AT8415 shockmounts.
Source: AKG C1000S > Edirol UA-5 (Oade T+ mod) > S/PDIF > Microtrack
Lineage: Hitachi 6GB Microdrive > USB > Audition (cropping, fades, amplify +6db and hard limit @ -2db) > CD Wave (tracking, compression) > FLAC(5)

Setlist:
01. intro
02. The Go In The Go-For-It
03. "we went to Magnolia Park"
04. Disconnecty
05. "I miss my band"
06. The Crystal Lake
07. Aisle Seat 37-D
08. Jeez Louise
09. I Need [email protected]
10. Summer... It's Gone
11. "I don't take any of this for granted"
12. My Small Love
13. outro

@ America

Notes:
Jason Lytle is the lead singer of the recently defunct group Grandaddy.  He's doing a tour of in-store performances around the country in the wake of the band's swan song "Just Like The Fambly Cat".

It was a good performance.  The only snag is that the PA was so quiet that I had to boost the recording levels really high so I wouldn't have to do too much boosting in post.  The problem with this is that whenever the crowd cheers between songs, the levels clip a ton.  Not really a huge deal but still something that bothered me.  The beginning is a little low but after the first song or so it sounds really good.