Dumpstaphunk - 01-19-2014

Dumpstaphunk

01-19-2014
Jungle Jam
Docelunas Resort
Jaco, Costa Rica

recording type: AUD
shn: yes; book/page: 6/23
quality rating: A

[show] (163:15)
1. Everybody Want Sum (6:41)
2. Blueswave (5:25)
3. Dirty Word > (6:05)
4. Put It Ina Dumpsta (5:36)
5. Water (6:25)
6. Funk With A Capital G (6:32)
7. ...banter... (0:54)
8. Dancing to the Truth (7:16)
9. ...banter... (1:00)
10. Reality of the Situation (4:07)
11. Lt. Dan > (4:13)
12. drum solo > (3:56)
13. Money Maker > (3:24)
14. Public Service Announcement (Interlude) > (1:28)
15. The Light > (2:05)
16. Vivrant Thing > (2:19)
17. Immigrant Song (4:58)
18. ...banter... (1:17)
19. Meanwhile # (12:19)
20. ...tuning... (4:21)
21. bass duet * (2:17)
22. Miss You @ (16:13)
23. ...banter... (3:03)
24. Sing a Simple Song % (21:18)
25. ...crowd noise... (3:52)
encore:
26. One Nation Under a Groove $ (24:50)
27. ...outro... (1:05)

# with DJ Williams (Tiny Universe) on guitar.
* Oteil Burbridge and Nick Daniels.
@ with Nicki Bluhm on vocals, Deren Ney on guitar, Oteil Burbridge on 3rd bass, Jason Cohen (Ryan Montbleau Band) on keyboards.
% with Zach Deputy on guitar/vocals, Mark Mercier on keyboards, Oteil, and Andrew Block on guitar.
$ with Amee Jana Hamlin on vocals, Scott Murawski (Mike Gordon Band) on guitar, Eli (Dopapod) on keyboards, Bill Carbone on drums (for some of this), then Tony Hall on drums, and ? on bass (replacing Nick Daniels who moves to percussion).

source: Neumann TLM-170 (hypercardoids, next to soundboard) > Sound Devices 722 (@24/96); FLAC File processing in SoundForge 11 (volume normalization; resample to 44.1 with iZotope 64-Bit SRC set higher than "Highest Quality" setting w/anti-alias filter; 24->16 bit dither using iZotope MBIT+ Dither with Ultra noise shaping, High dither settings); Tracked in CDWav. IDv3 tagged in Tag&Rename 3.8 beta 1
recorded by: Scott Bernstein (2/4-2/17/2014)

taper notes: In terms of the guests for the Dumpsta Jam, there were so many people coming on and off during each song, I may have missed a couple here and there but I think this is a pretty good estimation. Also, sometimes multiple keyboardists cycled into a song at various points

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