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Valerie June
Banjo Stage
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival
San Francisco, Ca
September 30, 2016

Recorded by Bob
Tracked and uploaded by Daspyknows

Schoeps MK41/RBox Platinum Tascam DR-2D 24 Bit 48K

Processed using Soundforge 11, resample, to 16bit 44.1K
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In the goal to cover as many sets of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass 2016 I offered
my friend Bob the opportunity to run my backup rig. He used to tape shows back
in the day so he knew the drill. I am posting the 11 sets he recorded that I
did not record myself. There were a handful of sets we both recorded and will
get to those at a later date.

Just the basic taper requests here and please no vitriol:
Don't be an ass by selling this or using it in a video that is sold
Don't modify the info file
Don't remaster and/or post on other sites that are not 100% free
If shared keep info file intact but create a second file with any changes
Don't convert to lossy formats except for personal use
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partial setlist:

1 of 12 Tennessee Time
2 of 12 The Hour
3 of 12 Somebody To Love
4 of 12 Twined and Twisted
5 of 12 Can't Feel At Home In This World Anymore (Carter Family)
6 of 12 Long Lonely Road
7 of 12 unknown
8 of 12 Man Done Wrong
9 of 12 Got Soul
10 of 12 Just In Time
11 of 12 Workin' Woman Blues
12 of 12 With You

Thanks for taping - this was one of the most surprising sets for me, as I was unprepared for how excellent she was. One of the treats at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass is discovering new artists that one has never heard of - for me, Valerie June was the find of the three days. I bought her current album that night, and can't wait for her new one due soon.
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