Setlist question for 1994.11.17 show

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  1. ketsurui -member- -member-

    ketsurui
    Joined: 17 Oct 2006
    Posts: 40
    Location: OR, USA
    Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 5:00 pm

    There are two songs (following Seraph) from this show that I'm trying to find proper titles from (if they even exist). The second one appears to be some type of intermission where Kami comes in and starts drumming to. All of the suggested setlists I've found online (setlist.fm) list the titles as "Prelude of the Widow" and "Kami Drum Solo". I don't trust setlist.fm for many reasons (they have 2 of the commonly distributed MM tracklists switched, and the setlist for the show I'm inquiring about is also listed as the tracklist for the 1994.07.30 show, which is DEFINITELY wrong). Does anyone know the proper title for what is labeled as "Prelude of the Widow" and/or the classical track that Kami is drumming to?

    For those that are interested in why I care; I am in the process of making full CD cases for all of the shows that I have, which is about 30 or so....tray insert, booklet, and obi. Just a little project to keep me busy in this whole lockdown that many of us are in.
     
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  2. Js_klaus -eternite- eternite

    Js_klaus
    Joined: 02 Apr 2012
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    Location: Colombia
    Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 8:35 pm

    I was the person who named those tracks after I "remastered" them ::teef::
    They don't have an official name, sorry, the classical piece is a Vivaldi / Bach concerto.
    I'm guessing the problem you have is that you are labeling the songs but you find out the names are wrong?
    This is what they look like in my archive.
     

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    Js_klaus
    Joined: 02 Apr 2012
    Posts: 441
    Location: Colombia
    Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 8:38 pm


    This is a modern version with pianos but you can find the baroque piece

    ... and the 11/17 setlist is one of the best they've played. I love it.
     
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