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  • Singer: The Dead Weather
  • Album: Live At The Mayan, Los Angeles
  • MP3: 1651 mb | FLAC/APE: 1249 mb | WMA: 1305 mb
  • Released: 2017
  • Country: US
  • Style: Alternative Rock
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 952
  • Format: TTA AC3 MP4 VOC AUD WAV MP4
The Dead Weather - Live At The Mayan, Los Angeles

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Tracklist

LP-A1 60 Feet Tall 6:58
LP-A2 Hang You From The Heavens 3:41
LP-A3 You Just Can't Win 5:33
LP-B1 So Far From Your Weapon 4:23
LP-B2 A Child Of A Few Hours Is Burning To Death 6:15
LP-B3 No Hassle Night 3:41
LP-C1 Will There Be Enough Water? 10:25
LP-D1 I Cut Like A Buffalo 4:21
LP-D2 Treat Me Like Your Mother 5:53
LP-D3 New Pony 5:46
DVD-1 Intro 2:02
DVD-2 60 Feet Tall 5:44
DVD-3 Hang You From The Heavens 3:53
DVD-4 You Just Can't Win 5:33
DVD-5 So Far From Your Weapon 4:16
DVD-6 A Child Of A Few Hours Is Burning To Death 7:15
DVD-7 No Hassle Night 3:18
DVD-8 Will There Be Enough Water? 9:59
Encore:
DVD-9 I Cut Like A Buffalo 4:21
DVD-10 Treat Me Like Your Mother 5:51
DVD-11 New Pony 5:55
7"-A Three Dollar Hat 3:25
7"-B Lose The Right 3:19

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – The Mayan
  • Lacquer Cut At – Nashville Record Productions
  • Manufactured By – United Record Pressing
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Third Man Records, LLC
  • Copyright (c) – Third Man Records, LLC
  • Published By – Domino Publishing Company USA
  • Published By – Sleeping Disorder Music
  • Published By – Bug Music
  • Published By – Piccadilly Music Corporation
  • Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
  • Published By – Rhombus Music
  • Published By – Third String Tunes
  • Published By – Songs of Universal, Inc.
  • Published By – Each Hit Below Me
  • Published By – Special Rider Music

Credits

  • Artwork – Ryon Nishimori (tracks: LP-A1 to LP-D3, 7"-A, 7"-B), Tristan McNatt (tracks: 7"-A, 7"-B)
  • Backing Vocals – Dean Fertita (tracks: LP-A1 to LP-D3, DVD-1 to DVD-11), Jack Lawrence (tracks: LP-A1 to LP-D3, DVD-1 to DVD-11), Jack White (tracks: LP-A1 to LP-D3, DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Bass – Jack Lawrence
  • Cameraman [Assistant Camera] – Dylan Johnson (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11), Ganesh Hennings (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Cameraman [Camera Operator] – Eli Born (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11), John Raines (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11), Kevin Phillips (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Coordinator [Production Coordinator] – David William Price (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Drums – Jack White
  • Engineer [Assistant Engineering] – Dusty Fairchild (tracks: 7"-A, 7"-B)
  • Film Director, Cinematographer, Film Producer – Vern Moen (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Film Editor – John Raines (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11), Vern Moen (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Film Editor [Additional Editing] – Brad Holland (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Film Editor [Assistant Editor] – Ryan Ford (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Guitar – Alison Mosshart (tracks: LP-A1 to LPD3, DVD-1 to DVD-11), Dean Fertita, Jack White (tracks: LP-A1 to LPD3, DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Keyboards – Dean Fertita (tracks: LP-A1 to LPD3, DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Lacquer Cut By – GEO* (tracks: 7"-A, 7"-B), WG* (tracks: LP-A1 to LP-D3)
  • Layout, Design – Tristan McNatt (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Lighting Director [Lighting Designer] – Leif Dixon (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Mixed By – Vance Powell (tracks: LP-A1 to LPD3, DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Mixed By [Live Sound] – Steve Taylor (tracks: LP-A1 to LP-D3)
  • Organ [Hammond Organ] – Dean Fertita (tracks: 7"-B)
  • Photography By – David James Swanson (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Photography By [Band Photography By] – David James Swanson (tracks: LP-A1 to LP-D3)
  • Photography By [Cover Photography] – Mat Weller (tracks: LP-A1 to LP-D3)
  • Post Production [Production Company] – Long Beach Film Company (tracks: DVD-1 to DVD-11)
  • Recorded By – Joshua V. Smith (tracks: 7"-A, 7"-B), Vance Powell (tracks: 7"-A, 7"-B)
  • Vocals – Alison Mosshart, Jack White (tracks: 7"-A)
  • Written-By – Mosshart* (tracks: LP-A1, LP-A2, LP-B1, LP-B3, LP-D2, DVD-2, DVD-3, DVD-5, DVD-7, DVD-10, 7"-A, 7"-B), Bob Dylan (tracks: LP-D3, DVD-11), Bob Markley (tracks: LP-B3, DVD-5), Dean Fertita (tracks: LP-A1, LP-A2, LP-D1, LP-D3, DVD-1, DVD-2, DVD-8, DVD-10, 7"-A, 7"-B), Lawrence* (tracks: LP-D2, DVD-10, 7"-A, 7"-B), Jack White (tracks: LP-B3 to LP-D2, DVD-6 to DVD-10, 7"-A, 7"-B), Ronald Morgan* (tracks: LP-B3, DVD-5), Van Morrison (tracks: LP-A3, DVD-4)

Notes

Track durations taken from recording vinyl playback.

Tracks LP-A1, LP-A2, DVD-2, DVD-3 published by Domino Publishing Company USA (ASCAP) / Sleeping Disorder Music (BMI) / Bug Music.
Tracks LP-A3, DVD-4 published by Piccadilly Music Corporation (BMI).
Tracks LP-B1, DVD-5 published by Domino Publishing Company USA (ASCAP).
Tracks LP-B2, DVD-6 published by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corporation / Rhombus Music .
Tracks LP-B3, DVD-7 published by Domino Publishing Company USA (ASCAP) / Third String Tunes, administered by Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI).
Tracks LP-C1, DVD-8 published by Third String Tunes, administered by Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI) / Sleeping Disorder Music (BMI) / Bug Music.
Tracks LP-D1, DVD-9 published by Third String Tunes, administered by Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI).
Tracks LP-D2, DVD-10 published by Domino Publishing Company USA (ASCAP) / Third String Tunes, administered by Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI) / Each Hit Below Me (BMI) / Sleeping Disorder Music (BMI) / Bug Music.
Tracks LP-D3, DVD-11 published by Special Rider Music (SESAC).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (LP side A runout, hand-etched): TMR-456-A WHERE'S HUTCH? WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (LP side B runout, hand-etched): TMR-456-B WHERE'S LUNCH? WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (LP side C runout, hand-etched): TMR-456-C WHERE'S WATER? WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (LP side D runout, hand-etched): TMR-456-D WHERE'S QUEEN? WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD matrix): [R Logo] TMR456 18054-DV-0007 17-150-00-2
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD): IFPI LV89
  • Mould SID Code (DVD): IFPI 10H1
  • Matrix / Runout (7" side A runout, hand-etched): TMR-455-A- EAGLE TAGS GEO/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (7" side B runout, hand-etched): TMR-455-B THE GHOSTLIER GEO/NRP
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: SESAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TMR-456 TDW* Mayan ‎(2xLP, Album, TP) Third Man Records TMR-456 US 2017


Kitaxe
Received mine during the week and can happily report my copy is perfect. No QC issues and nice SQ. I haven't listened to a lot of The Dead Weather's music before, but will now explore their back catalogue off the back of this great set.
Jogrnd
Received my Vault Package #32 yesterday. HOLY QUALITY CONTROL BATMAN! My A/B record has SO MUCH edge trim left on it and the same surface noise others are reporting. The C/D record is dished pretty bad and will only lay flat on the platter when I us a clamp. Emailed TMR today so we'll see...
Blackbeard
I'll update as I listed, but so far I haven't had a good start. The A side is stuck on a loop before the stylus gets a chance to start moving into the grooves - and no matter how precisely I try to place it into the starting grooves, the stylus skips across and a few seconds into the opening track. Surface noise is also pretty horrible for the first song - but it gets better.Side B was pretty good throughout.Side C, and this is a REAL shame, has some consistent pops for the first couple of minutes. It's a quaint quiet track, so this is particularly annoying.Side D is perfect.I have contacted Third Man, we'll see what happens.Update: Third Man got back to me in ONE HOUR and they're sending a new A/B LP my way tomorrow! Great, great service. Hopefully with future presses of The Vault coming from Third Man's plant, we'll never again have to worry about these problems :)Update 2: Replacement A/B arrived! While side A doesn't loop in the entry groove anymore, it does seemingly just start playing seconds into the first track. Does the intro track not fade in? Or have I ended up with another shoddy copy? oh well...
Kerahuginn
Mine sounds fantastic. Everything I've ever got from Third man has sounded good. I also clean my records on a VPI and play them on a good turntable so I don't know if that has something to do with. Not saying you do, but a lot of these kids play them on Crosleys and LP60s
Kerdana
It's not Third Man pressing these releases though, it's United. So the blame lies with them in this instance. The packaging for The Vault has always been fantastic, and I've been lucky enough to have never paid import fees. So I try to remain optimistic about it!
Anarus
With as many employees as TMR has, you'd think they'd have this down to an exact science by now...nope. I doubt their vault releases are ever play tested.
spark
I received mine yesterday. Oh my god. The B side label was printed horribly bad. It looked like United pressed the heck out of that label, the A side had so much surface noise that it was hard to listen to. I didn't use a Crosley turntable. I used an Audio Technica AT-LP120. The Third side was out of center with the grooves. I didn't want to ruin my record cartridge at all. The D side was fine. Disc 1 had a cropping error. There was a small chip on the edge of the record. I'm sending my defected copy back to TMR to get it replaced.
Beardana
Misinformation here. They certainly did not. The vinyls from this package were pressed at United Record Pressing.
Zadora
No it was united that made these records. Vault 33 will now use Third Man Pressing
Seevinev
Third Man Records did these pressings in house at their new pressing plant. United didn't mess up.
Arryar
sorry to hear that but just got mine and it sounds fantastic
Bralore
Anyone know where I can mp3 audio of this? Got my vault package today and don't see anyway to download anything :(
Jothris
You don't need a usb turntable. You just need an external RIAA-equalizer (cheap ones cost about $50). That way you can hook your turntable to your computer's audio input and record the audio with a digital software, for example Audacity (free program). This yields to a MUCH better sound quality compared to usb-turntables! (And of course you don't have to buy another turntable, if you have a "normal" turntable without usb-connectivity.)
Olma
Get yourself a good USB turntable and make your own mp3s!
Hiclerlsi
You cannot get MP3 versions of the Vault exclusives. What Third Man is doing is keeping the rare recordings only on vinyl. If you have the DVD version of the concert, you can make your own copy on MP3. They're preventing piracy on the internet.
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