Morrissey 2007-10-22 Hammerstein - Direct Flac Download

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danlynch ®

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Post 23-Oct-2007 12:44

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Last night's show is now up for direct flac download at my site:
http://www.nyctaper.com/?p=74
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Morrissey
2007-10-22
Hammerstein Ballroom
New York, NY USA
Digital Master Audience Recording
Recorded from 1st Mezzanine
7th Row on Left Center Aisle
DPA 4021's > Marantz PMD-660 (Oade BCM) > 16bit 44.1 .wav >
Soundforge (level boosts and balance, softening and some removal
of audience noise, EQ, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > Flac
Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac
Recorded and Produced by
nyctaper
2007-10-22
Premiere Download offered at
http://www.nyctaper.com
nyctaper@nyctaper.com
Please support this outstanding artist:
http://www.morrisseymusic.com/
Setlist:
[total time 1:30:27]
01 [Introduction - Imperfect List]
02 Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before
03 Tomorrow
04 Sister, I'm A Poet
05 London
06 The Loop
07 That's How People Grow Up
08 Jack The Ripper
09 I Like You
10 Why Don't You Find Out For Yourself?
11 Stretch Out And Wait
12 The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores
13 Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me
14 Billy Budd
15 All You Need Is Me
16 Death Of A Disco Dancer
17 Irish Blood, English Heart
18 Shoplifters Of The World Unite
19 One Day Goodbye Will Be Farewell
20 You Have Killed Me
21 How Soon Is Now?
Encore:
22 First Of The Gang To Die
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arkil

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Post 23-Oct-2007 14:10 (after 1 hour 25 minutes)

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many thanks Dan :)
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bonadrag

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Post 23-Oct-2007 16:03 (after 1 hour 53 minutes)

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excellent ! many thanks for this lovely show !!
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Post 23-Oct-2007 17:55 (after 1 hour 51 minute)

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Sounds fantastic! So good, so quick, so kind .... Thank you very much
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Post 23-Oct-2007 18:04 (after 9 minutes)

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Thank You Dan! :-)
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Post 23-Oct-2007 19:32 (after 1 hour 27 minutes)

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thanks a lot
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Post 23-Oct-2007 20:48 (after 1 hour 16 minutes)

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Thank you!
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Post 24-Oct-2007 05:01 (after 8 hours)

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Very cool. And dpa's, nonetheless!! Thanks, sir.
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Post 25-Oct-2007 04:28 (after 23 hours)

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Thanks Dan for a 2007 show!
The New York Post enjoyed the show:
http://www.nypost.com/php/pfriendly/print.php?url=h...a_solid_show.htm
MO’ MORRISSEY’S A SOLID SHOW
By DAN AQUILANTE
October 24, 2007 -- MORRISSEY and moping might go hand in hand in the pop culture consciousness, but the iconic singer overcame that assessment with a smart, well-played concert at the first of his five-night N.Y.C. series.
Monday's gig at the Hammerstein Ballroom was a 90-minute set of greatest hits. The night's selections - everything from “You Have Killed Me" from his latest solo record to the Smiths classic “Death of a Disco Dancer" - were plugged into themes of violence and lawlessness. The melodies of the songs either rocked or floated prettily, and they stood in contrast to the dark lyrics.
Morrissey sounded great for a man who's had his share of medically related singing problems - his June concerts here were cancelled because of a sore voice box. His baritone was clear and supple in both bass and falsetto.
Morrissey's fans are devoted to the singer, so it was surprising that the show was not sold out.
Dressed in blue slacks and an open-collared blue shirt, Moz looks like a favorite uncle on his way to the wet bar. He cemented that avuncular persona by introducing the opening song, “Stop Me if You Think You've
Heard This One Before," with the invitation “Climb upon my knee, New York City." Interesting patter makes the audience feel a personal connection to the artist, but Morrissey also adds a great physicality to his show. He just doesn't stand there. The man paces the lip of the stage, touching fans, letting them touch him.
He often made elegant matador moves where he dodged invisible bulls.
He sounded good and looked good as he worked the crowd, but despite the screams of the boys and girls when he took off his shirt, he might reconsider this move before someone goes blind.
Morrissey continues at the Hammerstein with performances scheduled for Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.
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Post 25-Oct-2007 18:17 (after 13 hours)

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Thank you very very much!!!
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