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Drive By Truckers: March 15, 2013 Capitol Theatre Portchester – Flac/MP3/Streaming

March 18, 2013
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[photo by Joe Madonna]

A Drive By Truckers concert can be an exhausting and exhilarating experience. The show is jam-packed with superb material — songs filled with emotion, humor and expert storytelling. At the Capitol Theatre in Portchester on Friday night, DBT played one of the longest shows we’ve seen in years, not just in time but also in just pure music. The set was almost continuous, no banter, no tuning, no messing around. And at a full two and half hours, twenty seven songs and forty-minute, 9 song encore, it was exhausting. A good portion of the partying weekend crowd did not make it to the end. But for those who stuck it out, it was also a rewarding show. DBT can never be accused of giving anything less than 100% and Friday was no exception. The band was engaging and energetic and the highlights were a plenty. We’re streaming “Let There Be Rock”, which features a mix of all that makes Drive By Truckers great.

I recorded this show in the assigned taping spot in this venue, behind the soundboard and dead center. Although we’d prefer to be about 20 feet further up, this spot does offer decent sound and much of the conveniences of this excellent venue. The recording has some flaws, crowd chatter among them, but overall its a fine listen. Enjoy!

Stream Let There Be Rock”:

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Drive By Truckers
2013-03-15
Capitol Theatre
Portchester, NY

Digital Master
Four-Track Audience Recording

Sennheiser MKH-8040 Cardioids + Neumann KM-150s > Edirol R-44 (Oade Concert Mod) > 2x 24bit 48kHz wav file > Soundforge (level adjustments, mixdown, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > TLH > flac (320 MP3 and tagging via Foobar)

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper
2013-03-17

Setlist:
[Total Time 2:25:58]
01 Lookout Mountain
02 A Ghost to Most
03 Why Henry Drinks
04 Women Without Whiskey
05 [banter – Capitol]
06 Used to be a Cop
07 Where the Devil Don’t Stay
08 Tornadoes
09 Sounds Better in the Song
10 Puttin People on the Moon
11 Self Destructive Zones
12 Don’t Be in Love Around Me
13 Birthday Boy
14 Girls Who Smoke
15 3 Dimes Down
16 Sink Hole
17 Uncle Frank
18 Hell No I Ain’t Happy
19 [encore break]
20 Gravity’s Gone
21 The Night GG Allin Came to Town
22 Panties in Your Purse
23 Let There Be Rock
24 Marry Me
25 Ronnie and Neil
26 Zip City
27 Shut Up and Get on the Plane
28 Angels and Fuselage

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Patterson Hood and the Downtown Rumblers: September 17, 2012 Bowery Ballroom – FLAC/MP3/Streaming Songs

September 27, 2012
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[Photos by acidjack]

Back in July acidjack and I had the opportunity to catch Patterson Hood and the Downtown Rumblers at the Bell House on what was the first leg of a tour to support the new album, ‘Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance‘.  To put it succinctly, they floored us and it was unanimously decided that we were looking forward to their return to the NYC area.  I won’t even begin to match the superlative review that acidjack wrote for that show as he hit the nail squarely on the head with it and perfectly articulated Patterson’s strengths as a great songwriter and how good the experience was.  I will tell you that this same top-notch group of musicians definitely sounded a shade tighter and a little more comfortable with more gigs under their collective belt.  And with the addition of multi-instrumentalists Claire and Page Campbell from opening band Hope For Agoldensummer joining the fellas on stage, they fleshed out new layers and depth from these cuts.  As a storyteller, Hood’s tales and songs sounded just as detailed and intimate as they had two months previous.  With most of the new disc represented this night, he also pulled out some of his older material as well as dusting off a handful of Drive-By Truckers favorites.  And once again, by the time the band parted from the stage, this appreciative audience felt like we had spent the evening with a good buddy.

Flying microphones from our usual spot in the balcony, we were also granted a board feed from Bowery Ballroom’s house engineer par excellence, Kenny, and he had the sound beautifully dialed in.  The result is a great recording of this concert.  We hope you like what you hear as much as we did.  Enjoy!

Special thanks to Patterson Hood and the Downtown Rumblers for making this recording possible, and to Kieran, Kenny and the staff at Bowery Ballroom for their courtesy and cooperation.

Stream “Pride of the Yankees”:

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Patterson Hood and the Downtown Rumblers
Monday, September 17, 2012
Bowery Ballroom
New York, NY, USA

Source: SBD + Milab VM-44 Links (cardioid) > Edirol R-44 (WAV @ 24-bit/48kHz)
Lineage: R-44 > PC > Adobe Audition (mixdown, downsample, dither, tracking) > WAV (16-bit/44.1kHz) > TLH (check/fix SBE’s, FLAC conversion) > FLAC ( level 8 )
Bowery Ballroom house engineer: Kenny
Recorded by: acidjack and Johnny Fried Chicken Boy
Produced by: Johnny Fried Chicken Boy

SETLIST:
[Total time: 1:54:39]
01. 12:01
02. [banter]
03. Leaving Time
04. Little Bonnie
05. Pride of the Yankees
06. Daddy Needs a Drink
07. [banter]
08. Better Than The Truth
09. [banter]
10. Disappear
11. September Gurls  [Big Star]
12. After The Damage
13. Uncle Disney
14. (untold pretties)
15. [banter]
16. Pay No Attention to Alice  [Tom T. Hall]
17. Betty Ford
18. Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance
19. Come Back Little Star
20. Fifteen Days (Leaving Time Again)
21. [encore break / banter]
22. The Righteous Path
23. Better Off Without
24. Pollyanna
25. [banter]
26. A World of Hurt
27. Back of a Bible
28. Bulldozers and Dirt

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Patterson Hood & the Downtown Rumblers: July 23, 2012 Bell House – FLAC/MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

July 25, 2012
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[still from this video]

Patterson Hood must be holding back his best material. Or, at least, the solo material on display at this appearance at The Bell House wowed both Johnny Fried Chicken Boy and me to a greater level than his most recent work with his main gig, the Drive-By Truckers, has. That’s not meant as a knock on the Truckers – that band is a collaborative effort, and Hood has never been the whole equation as far as songwriting for it goes. But he has always been, at least for me, the beating heart and mascot of that band, the friendly drunk with a wink in his eye, the one who reminds you of that reliably Southern buddy you wish you had.

Hood is also the band’s great storyteller. His honest, unvarnished tales manage to be universal, even if you don’t know jack shit about moonshine and pickup trucks. His new record is called Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance, and the title track is a tribute to Patterson’s recently deceased great uncle, who raised him for much of his childhood.  If you’ve seen actual heat lightning spread its electric fingers out over a black Southern sky, seemingly tousling the pines, you know what a majestic sight it is. And why it reminded Patterson of a loved one, about to be dearly departed. Because that image, like that person you love, will never leave you.

Many of his images don’t.  There’s Billy Ringo, the hapless stoner who nearly dies every day, nearly falling from a window but still keeping his hand on his bong. There are the liquor store fanboys of “12:01”, hanging outside the store on Sunday at midnight, fighting off the shakes until they can get their whiskey fix. There are the torn pages from the back of a Gideon Bible, scrawled with a love song of a moment’s inspiration.

Hood is a gifted songwriter, blessed with the common touch and an uncommon amount of insight. He’s a generous writer and performer, too; even by the standards of rock n’ roll, you can tell how much he loves doing both. Only somebody with that much love puts on a nearly two hour  performance of solo album material on a Monday night.  This show covered much of Heat Lightning, which will be released on September 11, but also offered some of his earlier favorites like “Pollyanna” was well as notable covers, including Big Star’s “September Gurls” and Todd Rundgren’s “The Range War”. Hood and this band, christened the Downtown Rumblers, were as free spirited and lively as ever, passing a bottle of Patron around as they dug deep into Hood’s catalog at a solid, but measured pace. Hood likes to take his time to cue up his songs, to put a frame around them, if you will, and that is one of the most rewarding aspects of his live show. By the time this one wrapped, it felt like we’d spent an evening with an old friend. The show ended, appropriately, with the Eddie Hinton song “Everybody Needs Love”, and we had felt plenty of it from Patterson tonight.

This set was recorded with Schoeps MK41 microphones, whose directionality helps to reduce some of the “boomy” nature of this room, and a soundboard feed. I think you will like the results. Enjoy!

Minor assistance with the setlist would be appreciated. Also, the tag for the first track should be changed to “Depression Era”. Thanks to Patterson, the Bell House and Dave for their hospitality.

Stream “Heat Lightning Rumbles In the Distance”

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Patterson Hood and the Downtown Rumblers
2012-07-23
Bell House
Brooklyn, NY USA

Hosted at nyctaper.com
Recorded and produced by acidjack

Schoeps MK41>CMC6>Sound Devices USBPre2 + SBD >> Edirol R-44 [OCM]>2x24bit/48kHz WAV>Izotope Ozone 5 (EQ AUD)>Adobe Audition CS 5.5 (light DR compression on SBD, mixdown)>Izotope Ozone 5 (additional EQ)>Audacity (set fades, tracking, amplify, balance, downsample)>FLAC ( level 8 )

Tracks [Total Time 1:53:08]
01 Depression Era
02 Pride of the Yankees
03 12:01
04 [banter]
05 Leavin’ Time
06 Little Bonnie
07 [banter]
08 Billy Ringo
09 [banter]
10 Disappear
11 September Gurls [Big Star]
12 Old Timer’s Disease
13 (untold pretties)
14 The Range War [Todd Rundgren]
15 Betty Ford
16 Uncle Disney
17 Better Off Without
18 Pollyanna
19 After the Damage
20 Screwtopia
21 Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance
22 Come Back Little Star
23 15 Days
24 [encore break]
25 Back of a Bible
26 Everybody Needs Love [Eddie Hinton]

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Drive-By Truckers: February 15, 2011 Bowery Ballroom – FLAC / MP3 Downloads + Streaming Songs

March 2, 2011
By


[photos by Johnny]

Being the standard-bearers for Southern rock can’t be an easy job and Drive-By Truckers not only do it well, but manage it with a smile on their faces.  Constant touring and marathon concerts that would hospitalize lesser people appear to make this group thrive and get better every time I’ve seen them perform.  Billed as the release show for their new album that had officially hit stores that day, the beautifully dark ‘Go-Go Boots‘, the band played nearly all the tracks from it during the course of this two and a half hour gig.  Both the disc and the night served as somewhat of a tribute to late songwriter/musician (and Patterson Hood family friend) Eddie Hinton who was honored not only with two covers of his songs, but also a beautiful take on the seldom-played “Sandwiches for the Road”.  In addition to a few acoustic spots, DBT filled out the set with tracks from all of their albums.  It made for an impressive night showcasing their outstanding and diverse talents.

Set up in our usual spot next to the soundboard in the balcony, the mix on this night was exceptional.  And in the Bowery Ballroom where it’s usually great, that’s saying something.  The resultant recording is excellent and ranks as one of the best I’ve personally ever pulled.  Enjoy!

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Drive-By Truckers
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Bowery Ballroom
New York, NY, USA

Source: AUD > AKG C 414 B-XLS’s + DPA 4021’s > Edirol R-44 (WAV @ 24-bit/48kHz)
Lineage: R-44 > USB > PC > Adobe Audition (mixdown, adjust levels, downsample, dither, tracking) > WAV (16-bit/44.1kHz) > Trader’s Little Helper (check/fix SBE’s, FLAC) > FLAC Level 8
Recorded and produced by: Johnny Fried Chicken Boy

SETLIST:
[Total time: 2:39:27]
01. intro [Heavy Makes You Happy (Sha-Na-Boom-Boom)]
02. I Do Believe
03. Go-Go Boots
04. Marry Me
05. Puttin’ People on the Moon
06. Cartoon Gold
07. I Hear You Hummin’
08. The Thanksgiving Filter
09. 3 Dimes Down
10. [banter]
11. Tales Facing Up
12. Dancin’ Ricky
13. The Weakest Man
14. [banter]
15. The Deeper In
16. Pulaski
17. [banter]
18. Sandwiches for the Road
19. Women Without Whiskey
20. Santa Fe
21. A Ghost To Most
22. Where’s Eddie [*]
23. Everybody Needs Love [*]
24. Birthday Boy
25. Sink Hole
26. Gravity’s Gone
27. Ray’s Automatic Weapon
28. Zip City
29. Lookout Mountain
30. [encore break / banter]
31. Used To Be A Cop
32. Get Downtown
33. (It’s Gonna Be) I Told You So
34. Mercy Buckets
35. Shut Up and Get on the Plane

* Eddie Hinton song

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Drive-By Truckers: April 1, 2010 Webster Hall – FLAC and MP3 Downloads

April 3, 2010
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[Drive-By Truckers’ Patterson Hood at the Terminal 5 show in 2008. Photo courtesy of One Louder Photo]

I have always been a little surprised by the mutual respect and admiration shown between the thoroughly Alabama-bred Drive-By Truckers and the fans of the NYC area.   Unfortunately, the years of suspicion and stereotypes between the South – particularly the deep South – and NYC aren’t totally past tense, even in an age when you can actually get a decent biscuit and sawmill gravy within the five boroughs.  But like certain other of the South’s best exports, New Yorkers seem to get the Truckers, partly because their music acknowledges and, in the best Southern tradition, celebrates many of their homeland’s contradictions and frustrations.  On April Fool’s Day the Truckers opted not to offer up any jokes or fake-outs, but drilled through a powerful set that showcased many songs from their brand-new The Big To-Do and a survey of their earlier classics like the heavy-hitters toward the end of the set, “Hell No, I Ain’t Happy,” “Lookout Mountain” and “Let There Be Rock”.  Despite Webster Hall’s “curfew” in order to start the venue’s dance party, the band played for over two hours with few breaks in between songs.  NYC may be a long way from Muscle Shoals, but tonight, everyone fell under the sway of this timeless act’s Southern charm.

I recorded this set with a four-microphone rig clamped to the balcony immediately to the right of the soundboard cage, with the two sets of mics at varied heights to capture both direct and ambient sound.   I am extremely happy with the results, and hope you are, too!  Enjoy!

This Recording is now available for Download in FLAC and MP3 at Archive.org [HERE].

Drive-By Truckers
2010-04-01
Webster Hall
New York, NY USA

An acidjack master recording
Recorded and produced by acidjack for nyctaper.com

Equipment: DPA 4021+Beyerdynamic MC950>Edirol R-44 (24/44.1)
Position: ROC (at right of board cage), DPA’s at 8?, MC950’s at 6?, DPAs DIN, MC950 pointed at stacks
Mastering: 2×24bit/44.1kHz WAV>Audacity (mixdown, slight EQ, set fades, tracking, smooth peaks, amplify each channel)>FLAC ( level 8 )

Tracks
01 intro
02 4th Night of My Drinking
03 Birthday Boy
04 Girls Who Smoke
05 Marry Me
06 Sink Hole
07 Drag the Lake
08 I Told You So
09 Get Downtown
10 This Fuckin’ Job
11 Carl Perkins’ Caddy
12 Living Bubba
13 One of These Days
14 Dead, Drunk & Naked
15 Guitar Man
16 Home Field Advantage
17 Wig He Made Her Wear
18 Self Destructive Zones
19 Hell No I Ain’t Happy
20 encore break
21 Flying Wallendas
22 Zip City
23 Let There Be Rock
24 Lookout Mountain
25 People Who Died

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Drive-By Truckers November 6, 2008 Terminal 5 – Flac and MP3 Downloads

November 9, 2008
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[photo credit]

In March, the Drive-By Truckers performance at Terminal 5 was powerful and inspired, and their two-hour and thirty minute set was met with incredible crowd energy. At that show they delivered six full encores that lasted forty minutes. The circumstances were a world apart on Thursday night at Terminal 5. With the split headliner tour and as the back half of the crowd yapped throughout the set, the band had every right to mail it in and cut it short. But to their eternal credit, the Drive-By Truckers delivered the same high energy for which they have become renowned. At the end of the DBT set proper, there was a bizarre crowd reaction that we have never experienced before. Instead of cheering for a band who had delivered an excellent set, the crowd used the time to increase the volume of their chatter. It got so ridiculous that the DBT roadie had to come out and exhort the crowd to cheer. Eventually the band returned and presented a bonus set of five numbers where they were joined by Craig and Franz from The Hold Steady. The set ended as it had in March, with a manic cover of Jim Carroll’s “People Who Died”.

We recorded from the same location as The Hold Steady set. The quality of this recording is quite excellent, as again the DBT crew delivered well-balanced sound in venue that can be difficult to mix. Listeners will note the inescapable din of conversation at the more quiet moments, but our location, pole placement, and microphone model avoided the din during louder periods. Enjoy!

This Recording is now available to Download in FLAC and MP3 at Archive.org [HERE].

Drive-By Truckers
2008-11-06
Terminal 5
New York, NY USA

Digital Master Audience Recording
Front of Board Dead Center

Neumann KM-150’s > Monster Cable > Apogee Mini-Me > digital coax > M-Audio Microtrack 24/96 > 24bit 48kHz wav > Soundforge 8.0 (level adjustments, downsample 16/44) > CD Wave 1.75 > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper
2008-11-09

Setlist:
[total time 1:49:30]
01 Zip City
02 Goode’s Field Road
03 Carl Perkins’ Cadillac
04 The Righteous Path
05 A Ghost To Most
06 Home Field Advantage
07 3 Dimes Down
08 Hell No, I Ain’t Happy
09 Marry Me
10 The Sands Of Iwo Jima
11 Uncle Frank
12 The Living Bubba
13 Putting People on the Moon
14 [encore break]
15 Gravity’s Gone
16 A World Of Hurt
17 Shut Up and Get on The Plane
18 Let There Be Rock
19 People Who Died (Jim Carroll)

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Drive-By Truckers March 26, 2008 Terminal 5 – Flac Download

March 27, 2008
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The Drive-By Truckers do not get cheated, and neither do their fans. The current tour in support of their new release Brighter Than Creation’s Dark has featured sets of two and a half hours, including 30 minute encore segments. When the set times were posted for the band at Terminal 5, they were given a 9 p.m. start to an 11 p.m. hard curfew. The band promptly took the stage at 8:55 p.m. and muscled their way through a non-stop 100-minute set heavy on new material (ten tracks from Brighter), but with representative songs throughout. When the band returned for the encore with 15 minutes left to curfew, they steamed through over 40 minutes of encore material, including Tom Petty and Jim Carroll covers, and left the crowd energized and satisfied with the full set promised by earlier stops on the tour.

This was our first visit to Terminal 5, the Bowery Presents venue that opened in October. While the cavernous nature of the concert hall is somewhat impersonal and creates a boomy sound, we generally had a positive experience in this venue. The head of security approached us near the end of the opening Whigs set and politely requested that we relocate our recording gear slightly back. We were happy to comply, given the courteous nature of their request, which was in complete contrast to the near-threatening heavy-handedness we experienced last year at Roseland.

As it turns out, the security supervisor was right — our placement for this set was excellent, as we were able to avoid the crush of the floor while remaining in front of the soundboard and dead center. We solved the boom and echo problem by pointing our hyper-cardioid microphones directly at the huge stacks. Despite complaints we have read about the sound at this concert, our recording is truly quite excellent and we are pleased to offer it at nyctaper. Enjoy!

The photograph posted above is part of an outstanding set produced by concert photographer Chris La Putt. The entire set can be seen [here]. Thank you to Chris for his permission to post this excellent photo.

Whigs were recorded and will be posted in the near future.

This recording is now available to download in FLAC or MP3 at Archive.org [HERE].

Drive-By Truckers
2008-03-26
Terminal 5
New York, NY USA

Digital Master Audience Recording
Front of Board Dead Center

Neumann KM-150’s > Monster Cable > Apogee Mini-Me > digital coax > M-Audio Microtrack 24/96 > 24bit 48kHz wav > Soundforge 8.0 (level adjustments, downsample 16/44) > CD Wave 1.75 > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper
2008-03-27

Setlist:
[total time 2:21:43]
01 The Righteous Path
02 Where the Devil Don’t Stay
03 That Man I Shot
04 Self Destructive Zones
05 Two Daughters and a Beautiful Wife
06 Daddy Needs a Drink
07 3 Dimes Down
08 Putting People on the Moon
09 Hell No, I Ain’t Happy
10 Checkout Time in Vegas
11 The Living Bubba
12 I’m Sorry Huston
13 Carl Perkins’ Cadillac
14 Sink Hole
15 A Ghost To Most
16 You and Your Crystal Meth
17 Goode’s Field Road
18 Women Without Whiskey
19 Let There Be Rock
20 [encore break]
21 Shut Up and Get on The Plane
22 Rebels (Tom Petty)
23 Zip City
24 18 Wheels of Love
25 Lookout Mountain
26 People Who Died (Jim Carroll)

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