Fiona Apple
Lincoln Hall
Chicago, Illinois, USA

*All musical loveliness within is credited to Fiona Apple and her performing band*
*Support Fiona Apple!*
*Please keep this source file attached when circulating*
*May shame be upon your family for several generations if you bootleg this*

Jon G.

Floor, ~ 40' back from and in line with left stack

1 - From taper
> Church Audio CA-14c (Shoulder-mount)
> Roland Edirol R-09HR 3.06 (Mic-in, PiP on, high gain, +45, 24-bit/96kHz WAV)
> SanDisk Ultra II 16GB
> Transfer to PC via SanDisk MicroMate SD>USB adapter
> TLH (FLAC Lvl. 8, FFP)
> CD Wave 1.98 (Tracking, split as 24-bit/96kHz WAV)
> Sony Sound Forge 10.0c (Channels balanced, EQ, fades, saved-as 24-bit/96kHz WAV)
> Foobar 1.1.1 (Tagging)
> Sony Sound Forge 10.0c (Dithered/resampled/saved as 16-bit/44.1kHz WAV)
> TLH (SBEs fixed)

Lineup (Help with names would be much appreciated!)
Fiona Apple - Vocals, piano, pipes
? - Drums
? - Bass guitar, double bass
? - Guitar
? - Organ

Play Time - 00:45:33
On the Bound*
Paper Bag
A Mistake
Anything We Want
Sleep to Dream
Extraordinary Machine
Every Single Night

*The first ten seconds or so are missing from this song, and I missed the entirety of 'Fast As You Can'

Many thanks to S for having extra tickets and selling one to me! Both of Fiona's Chicago shows have been covered thanks to you.

Apparently there was an opener before Fiona came on, but I'll be damned if I heard them play before I got inside or during the
half-hour or so I spent waiting for the show to start. Fiona was supposedly feeling ill the night before, though it didn't show
much here. A simply spectacular vocal performance. Apparently she was, however, as the Washington DC concert has been rescheduled
for that very reason from the 21st to the 28th.

A very short show but very enjoyable, despite standing the entire time. I didn't get out to the floor until quarter after eight,
and by that time there wasn't much room left and the balcony was even worse. I found myself in the back standing on the left side
stairs scrunched up against the board. It gave me a nice view, though staff were going on about something called 'fire code' I
think, whatever the hell that is. You'll hear some of that between 'On the Bound' and 'Paper Bag'.

A staff member was hovering near me for the entire show and I had to set and forget. He went away for a brief moment between
'Fast As You Can' and 'On the Bound' and I'm glad for that, because it was the only time I was able to make sure I was recording.
Unfortunately, my HR had turned off at some point, but thankfully I was able to catch it early on and only missed Fiona's first song
and a wee little bit of 'On the Bound'.

The pull turned out rather well, all things considered. Less than stellar positioning of the mics and myself in the venue had me
a bit worried, but my worries were unfounded. The only major problem I was concerned about was clipping, since I was unable to check
the levels at any point. +45 is just right, though, and there's just a bit of clipping from the double-bass during 'On the Bound' and
some between songs from cheering and clapping. The music is otherwise intact!