August 16, 2008
Folks Festival -
Tillamook County Jail
Looking For a Job
Just Like Old Times
Is This Thing Working?
If Tomorrow Never Comes
[Peace queers story]
Ballad of the Devil’s Backbone Tavern
Ballad of the Kingsmen
I Spoke as a Child
MEDIA: 1 CDR
TRANSFER: Original 1-bit/2.8 mHz audience recording (Poor_Yorick), front, left side of soundboard, approximately 60-70 feet from the stage, mics 7 feet off grass.
Audio Technica AT 831 lavalier cardioids (SP CMC 2) > Reactive Sounds SPA-2 Mic Pre-Amp > Korg MR-1 recorder at 1-bit/2.8 mHz DSD > uploaded Creative SB Audigy 4 card, Korg Audiogate > converted to 16-bit/44.1 mHz - > channel balancing, track cuts - Cool Edit 2000 > sector boundary alignment, conversion FLAC Frontend 1.7.1 lev6.
NOTES: Missing songs prior to Tension.
After D.B. Cooper, Todd comments on a sign made by a member of the audience requesting Horseshoe Lake. View the pictures available from this performance to see the sign leading to Todd playing Horseshoe Lake.
On Ballad of the Kingsmen:
- "In America we like our bad guys dead. Preferably after some kind of kick ass car chase or something."
- "People still dig drugs. I know there's children here so I'm gonna try to keep it down...but...I was at Red Rocks last year with Yonder Mountain String Band...and I smelled ya'll...people still dig that stuff."
- "Gay people getting married. That's what scares people that don't have shit all else to be scared of these days."
On Sideshow Blues:
- "He's a skinny public high school kid from Ohio."
- "Now Marilyn Manson gets a lot of chicks. They're weird chicks. But they're chicks."
- "I don't even know the words to that song Louie Louie. And I recognize that I'm throwing a few four letter words out there today at your children as well. But I ain't trying to preach to nobody..."
- "It's hard to kick the door down when you ain't wearin' no shoes."