26
Apr
09

Taylor Hicks, Cafe du Nord, April 14, 2009, FLAC and mp3 download

photo credit to soulkaren. Taylor Hicks, Cafe du Nord, 4-14-09(photo credit: soulkaren)

Taylor Hicks
Café Du Nord, San Francisco, California
April 14, 2009

downloads after the jump
* ETA: The downloads of this show are no longer available. Please see Roxy recording and the Roxy downloads for a download of a great Taylor Hicks show.*

source: SP-CMC-20>SP-SPSB-9>Edirol R-09
location: back of the floor, almost center, mics clipped to top of soundboard.
conversion: R09>audacity (gain)>CD Wave
taper: T&Jam (tandjam@hotmail.com)

Hear samples in my recap post: HERE.

Guitar: Josh Smith
Sax: Brian Gallagher
Drums: Gary Novak
Organ: Deron Johnson
Bass: Mike Mennell

Disc 1

1. The Distance
2. Give Me Tonight
3. –crowd noise-
4. What’s Right Is Right (tags: Vanlose Stairway, ?’she knows, I know’?)
5. Heaven Knows>>The Maze (Tags: Inner City Blues, Days Like This, Minute By Minute, Raincheck)
6. –crowd noise- banter
7. Heart and Soul (tags: Hey Pocky Way, Fire on the Bayou)
8. –crowd noise-
9. Woman’s Gotta Have It

Disc 2

1. –crowd noise-
2. Seven Mile Breakdown
3. I Live On a Battlefield
4. –crowd noise-
5. Gonna Move
6. Hide Nor Hair (Tags: Arc of a Diver)
7. Soul Thing (Tag: Eastbound and Down, Nine to Five)
8. crowd noise –calling for encore-
9. encore: My Sweet Lord

*Downloads no longer available. Please see Roxy recording and the Roxy downloads for a download of a great Taylor Hicks show.*

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If there are tags I missed in this set (I know there are) please let me know!

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16 Responses to “Taylor Hicks, Cafe du Nord, April 14, 2009, FLAC and mp3 download”


  1. 1 Malisa
    April 26, 2009 at 9:38 pm

    Vanlose Stairway in WRIR.

    Thanks!

    Also, Deron Johnson keyboards.

  2. 2 Malisa
    April 26, 2009 at 9:42 pm

    And Minute By Minute in The Maze, just after the piano break.

  3. 3 Malisa
    April 26, 2009 at 9:44 pm

    Sorry, I’d edit if I could…

    …Nine to Five in Soul Thing (I think that’s where it is).

  4. 4 deb rovenolt
    April 27, 2009 at 4:28 am

    thanks lisa..Can you check Gonna Move download mp3 only had 1st couple seconds..thanks

  5. April 27, 2009 at 5:37 am

    Thanks for the tags and the keyboard player’s name, Malisa!

    deb,I checked the Gonna Move file and it seems to be ok. I think you just had a glitch in your download. Maybe try downloading that song again?

  6. 6 Robin
    April 27, 2009 at 7:48 am

    Thanks brilliant girl!

  7. 7 osb
    April 27, 2009 at 3:22 pm

    Thank you, Lisa – fabulous, as always!

  8. 9 fishwater
    April 28, 2009 at 7:21 am

    Sounds great! Thanks again for all your work on this!

  9. 10 Basenji
    April 28, 2009 at 3:49 pm

    If I could imagine the absolutely least original statement about the music of Taylor Hicks, this would be it: When I share his music with people who either don’t know him or who only vaguely remember him from AI, I share the live performances, the lovingly taped stuff. What can be practically wooden on the “polished” album(s), when performed live erupts in shoots and flowers. I agree with a review I read somewhere that the second album has a distinct lack of emotive variation. But live he gets to explore the space, if you know what I mean, and I think you do.

    Without you, t&jam, we’d have only a faint suggestion of what could be. There is good work here, honest performing and music making. Much less of the self-indulgent cheesiness that I remember from LA and Vegas. Might I call it almost too disciplined? There are also moments of frisson, baybee, moments when I understand what happened to me, to us all in those strange early days.

    It feels like home. Thanks for the downloads!

  10. 11 tishlp
    April 29, 2009 at 6:18 am

    Wow, I’m just now getting to listen for the first time. Excellent audio quality and I don’t mind the crowd noise. It makes me feel like I’m there. I’m so glad Taylor went Indie and is able to create his own music now. Thanks for your hard work; it is very much appreciated.

  11. 12 Soulkaren
    April 30, 2009 at 8:40 am

    Not to be overdramatic, but it’s like a moment in time that was so precious to me is captured ~ and it’s mine to keep.

    Without you, it’s in my head. Thanks to you, it’s on my iPod!

    Thanks so much! LOVED sharing the evening with you!

  12. April 30, 2009 at 3:29 pm

    Not to be overdramatic, but it’s like a moment in time that was so precious to me is captured ~ and it’s mine to keep.

    That’s exactly why I like audio recordings. It’s a moment in time I get to keep…

    It was great to meet you, Karen. Sorry San Francisco had to be so cold. Next time I promise to order up some warmer weather. And thanks so much for letting me post your great pictures on my Cafe du Nord posts. 🙂

  13. 14 mamaforpeace
    April 30, 2009 at 7:10 pm

    Thank you so much for keeping the memories alive for me too! Wish I had met you there! Didn’t socialize enough I guess. I’ll try to do better if I make it to Seattle.

  14. 15 Robin
    May 1, 2009 at 11:04 am

    One of the best parts of this live music sharing is getting to drop back by and read what these captured performances mean to others — and to see myself in so many of the comments.

    Thanks again to Lisa, and to other friends for their insightful comments.

  15. 16 juliegr
    May 2, 2009 at 6:02 am

    Thanks tandjam — this will be a fun way to spend my Saturday morning.


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