:: A FIREBALL MASTER FIELD RECORDING :: :: 96kHz/24 bit FILE SET :: 01. I'm Dancing in the Show Tonight 02. Pork Roll Egg and Cheese 03. Big Jilm 04. Piss Up a Rope 05. Sweet Texas Fire 06. Waving My Dick in the Wind 07. The Stallion Pt. 1 08. Voodoo Lady 09. Albino Sunburned Girl 10. Baby Bitch 11. The HIV Song 12. How High Can You Fly? 13. Transdermal Celebration 14. Woman and Man 15. Demon Sweat 16. Mister Would You Please Help My Pony? 17. Seconds 18. Old Queen Cole 19. I Don't Want It 20.... Topic: Live concert Source: Schoeps MK4's > Naiant Tinybox > Sony PCM-M10 > WAV (96kHz/24 bit)
Ween Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, NV 2021-10-02 Source: AKG CK91 Blue Line Series (Left Speaker Stack, ORTF) > Sound Devices MixPre 6 MKII (32bit/96k) > SDXC Transfer: SDXC > Audacity (fades & tracking) > FLAC (24-bit/96k) Recorded, Transferred, and Seeded by Bobbi Johnston firstname.lastname@example.org Set I (One Set): 01 - Banter 02 - I'm Dancing in the Show Tonight 03 - Pork Roll Egg and Cheese 04 - Big Jilm 05 - Piss Up a Rope 06 - Sweet Texas Fire 07 - Waving My Dick in the Wind... Topic: Live concert Source: AKG CK91 Blue Line Series (Left Speaker Stack, ORTF) > Sound Devices MixPre 6 MKII (32bit/96k) > SDXC
Ween October 2, 2021 Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, NV Taped/tracked by XQ AT2022 > Roland R07 clamped ~7' up the pillar, back stage right 1. (intro) 2. Dancing in the Show Tonight 3. Pork Roll Egg and Cheese 4. Big Jilm 5. Piss Up A Rope 6. Sweet Texas Fire 7. Waving My Dick in the Wind 8. The Stallion Pt. 1 9. Voodoo Lady 10. Albino Sunburned Girl 11. Baby Bitch 12. The HIV Song 13. How High Can You Fly? 14. Transdermal Celebration 15. Woman and Man 16. Demon Sweat 17. Mister,... Topic: Live concert Source: AT2022 > Roland R07
They actively encourage audience taping and allow video taping, but their soundman is very against board patches. Apparently they are not too good about informing venues of their pro-taping policy, so good luck getting your equipment past the door. Ween has a pretty big following of tape traders & a substantial web presence in MP3 trading. This comes mainly from their direct involvement in releasing outtakes on the web as well as allowing taping at shows.
On December 26, 2005 fan David Barfield asked Greg Frey, manager of Ween, if they would be ok with the Live Music Archive project:
"do you think that the weens would approve of audience recordings being available via the archive? if so, and this is not already in the works, ping me back and let's get it going!"
Thanks for getting in touch. Ween freely allows the taping and trading of audience tapes. So, as long as the downloads are made available free of charge, please go right ahead.
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