Big Head Todd and the Monsters
A.J. Palumbo Center
Pittsburgh, PA
March 5, 1995

Taper: Scott Matthews [part of JSSS]
Source Info: Core Sound Binaural Mics -> Sony TCD-D7, about 100 feet from stage in opposite bleachers

Transfer Info: Tascam DA-20 > Audacity > Fixed a few over clippings > EQ to boost 3 kHz, lower bass, normalized.

Track Name | Time (m:s)
1. Broken Hearted Savior
2. Kensington Line
3/ Wearing Only Flowers -> Sister Sweetly
4. Bittersweet
5. Ellis Island
6. Vincent of Jersey
7. Leaving Song
8. Stratagem
9. Tangerine
10. Neckbreaker
11. It's Alright
12. Circle
13. Shadowlands
14. Voodoo Child


BHT and DMB were sharing a co-headline on this brief part of the 1995 tour. That DMB show just got seeded by me last week (12/2019).

The source has distant sound and slightly muffled. It's not a terrible recording, but is a bit rough.

I re-transferred this from my master DAT, and did some EQ to bring up the vocals and bring down the bass a bit in Audacity, and re-normalized. I spent years playing with this off and on and just finished last year.

Speaking of, I am still looking for good resources for audio editing (e.g., in Audacity) for live concert recordings with stealth mics. If anyone knows any please let me know! I have a bunch of other great shows that need some work before its worth posting. Yes, I know everyone loves raw (non EQ) sources but some are so rough as is that everyone would be doing tons of work. Example - a Phil Collins show from 1997 recorded from the first row of an empty balcony that is impeccable, but distant!