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If you're looking for "I Spys," dating or LTRs, this is your scene.
If you're looking for full-on kink or group play, you'll get what you need here.
He should still be Vt's poet laureate.
with Rudy Dauth from Waterville, VT and the Woedoggies on mandolin
I'll add another reason this audio document is important, and forgive me if it ruffles anyone's feathers but: the sound the audience heard that night for the Eden portion of the concert was massively incomplete. The vocals were barely discernible - Bow's and his back-ups/guest vocalist, the cello, any articulation of sound/balance/mix - was lost. Sure his banjo, the drums and violin stuck out - but the horns, so vital to the album, were invisible; I heard not one toot. Conversely, when the Eden portion was over and the next set segued into his more recognized material, in an instant everything came to life - probably due to a 'saved' mix on the digital board. I make my living with my ears but not live sound - preferring to engineer in the safe confines of the studio. I take no relish in noting this and as I talked with a number of people in the days that followed, I wondered if it was just me and found there were others who were left baffled by that (portion of) the concert. Chandler is a tough hall to do sound in - I live 6 minutes from it and have seen everyone from Midori to the Avett bros there; I've seen Celtic music concerts where the loudest instrument was the bass (ouch). Apparently, the raw tracks were captured, and they prove that this was a most ambitious project played almost flawlessly - and it's a treat to finally hear what I never heard that night.