Although a 1 gen, this one sounds really lousy and incomplete. Sample included.

I probably won't ever listen to this show again, but I'm very grateful that it exists - for historical record. I remember that the guy who taped this show told me it was one his first live recordings he ever attempted. As a veteran recorder of shows myself, let me just say that it's not by accident when you capture a great sounding show. A lot of things have to happen for a good recording - good equipment, good mic placement, good sound at the venue, a quiet crowd - missing any one of these things can take a nice recording and make it average at best.

The point is that when you try to record a show yourself, and come out with a recording like this one, you learn from your mistakes and you make a better recording next time - practice makes perfect.

And I've always wondered about all of the users on Dime and TTD - how many of them have actually tried to record a show just once?

**** 44 KHz / 16 bit **** (CD Version)

Buddy Guy
June 14, 1995 (1995-06-14)
unknown venue
Charlotte, North Carolina

01.[05:49] cut // All Your Love
02.[10:17] I Can't Quit You, Baby
03.[05:15] Damn Right I Got the Blues
04.[05:22] Feels Like Rain
05.[05:00] Someone Else Was Slippin' In
06.[08:08] Red House (Scott Holt)
07.[03:20] Hoochie Coochie Man
08.[03:16] Sweet Home Chicago

Total 46:27

Lineage: ? > 1st gen cassette trade circa 1997

Transfer: Sony TC-WE475 > Microtrack II (96/24) > Wavelab (tracking and tweaking) > Flac (level 8) > you !