A rather rough, but yet quite listenable, mono audience recording. It's apparent that the
microphone couldn't handle the volume, resulting in some distortion and clipping of higher
frequencies. The beginning of the first set (Most Likely You Go Your Way) is clipped. Don't
Think Twice, It's All Right and It Ain't Me Babe each suffer from a dropout.
The taper's brother, who provided the tape, wrote: "The concert took place in Festival d'ete de Lanaudiere, which is mostly dedicated to classical music; they always have one or two popular music shows, like Dave Brubeck or French and Quebecois popular singers. The opening act was Steve Earle, it was taking place in a then new outdoors auditorium build for that annual festival. It was one of the very first concert in that venue. That tape was recorded on a walkman, I think it was mono. (my brother was 18 at the time) ..."
Thanks, Martin! Dubbed 12/17/97. 90 min.