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I am rating this show as perfect because, well because I was there. The place was electric. The audience was all having a great time as well as the band, They played all the songs we all wanted to be played live. It truly was a great night out for us. I know there is even a video recording out there of this show and when you watch it you can see for yourself how great of a time it was! Wonderful show all the way through.
The quality of this (only audio recording) is fair to good. You can hear the audience but the band plays through. Recording: "Square Dance In Toronto" - 1.5 stars
Like I wrote above, the audience was having the time like no other, We all loved the show.
Great show. Lots and lots of energy. Remember these early show were still fun size events. Everyone could move around freely and even interact with the band. Awesome, and I loved it.
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"Square Dance In Toronto"
Origins: Audience microphone
Equipment: Exact Audio Copy EAC (Sound Editor)
Lineage: cdr (obtained in trade) > EAC to wav > MKWact to shn > mp3
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