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Scarlet's Walk Tour
Seattle, WA (Sea)
Tuesday, December 10, 2002
Key Arena

Dent Review: Review
Audience Recording

2002-12-10 Seattle, WA

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Tori Amos
10 December 2002
Seattle, WA
Key Arena

Equipment: Stereo ECM-717 (forward-directional), MZ-R70 (MD)
Transfer: MOTU 828 > Audiodesk > WAV > Shorten (Carbon) > SHN
Location: Section 114, Row 3, Seat 8 (stage left, lower loge)

Recorded by: Diane
Seeded/Mastered by: btanaka

Disc 1:

01. Wampum Prayer
02. a sorta fairytale
03. Little Earthquakes
04. Caught A Lite Sneeze
05. Sweet Sangria
06. Take To the Sky
07. Liquid Diamonds
08. Pancake
09. Wednesday
10. They're Looking To You (Improv)
11. Baker Baker
12. Carbon
13. Landslide
14. Northern Lad

Disc 2:

01. Concertina
02. Sugar
03. Cornflake Girl
04. Precious Things
05. I Can't See New York
06. Spring Haze
07. Taxi Ride
08. Waitress
09. Tear In Your Hand
10. Your Cloud


There is a cut in Concertina and another in Sugar.  Taxi Ride is a
bit wobbly in the beginning and there is a short dropout.

Note that the cut at the end of Concertina was very abruptly followed
by the in-progress Sugar, so, in order to make the final listening
experience more pleasurable, I made Concertina a four track mix
instead of a two track and mixed in the ovation from another portion
of the show with the end of the song via a cross-fade.  This enabled
me to fade Concertina out properly without sacrificing any of the
actual song.  In my opinion the editing is undetectable to the
listener and is vastly preferable to a jarringly abrupt cut, but,
for the sake of historical accuracy: some percentage of the
artificially mixed ovation for Concertina was "borrowed" from
elsewhere in the show.