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Phish 05/21/88
Nectar's, Burlington, VT
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Source # 105810 Other Sources
Entered by Terry Watts
Checksums FFP
Disc Counts 2 / 3
Media Size
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02/01/2010
02/02/2010
Source Summary flac16, 44kHz; unknown AUD > Cass(0) > DAT(c); DAT(c) > vDAT > Wavelab > FLAC; Source by unknown; Transfer by Jack Riley and by Art H. 
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Phish
Nectar's
Burlington, VT
May 21, 1988


Source: AUD Cass/0 > DAT (unknown DAT stages)
Transfer: vDAT > 16bit/48kHz .wav by Jack Riley
Mastering: Wavelab 6 > FLAC by Art H.


Set 1:
Crowd
Funky Bitch
Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley
Alumni Blues >
Letter to Jimmy Page >
Alumni Blues
You Enjoy Myself
St. Thomas
Golgi Apparatus
Fire

Set 2:
La Grange
"Mike Appreciation Night"
Possum
Tuning/Banter
Lizards
Timber Ho!
Tela (Gamehenge Version)
Happy Birthday
Fluffhead
Moses Introduction
Bike
Good Times, Bad Times

Set 3:
Big Leg Emma
Rocky Top
Cities
Take the 'A' Train
The Curtain With >
Suzy Greenberg

Notes:
-Prior to Letter to Jimmy Page, Trey announced that per "Del's" request, they were going to play Letter to Jimmy Page as a band, and then Fish would play it by himself (telling the crowd that Fish didn't know it)
-YEM was dedicated to Del
-This show included the first known Phish performance of St. Thomas.
-La Grange was dedicated to Mike.
-Note that Trey refers to Tela as a debut at this show, though it actually debuted on 3/12/88.
-Note the jam in this Tela sounds an aweful lot like Split Open and Melt.
-Big Leg Emma was played for the first time since May 3, 1985 (100 shows).

*Caveat Emptor*
- Source info is questionable. This is what was on the DAT.
- The show is riddled with cuts. I crossfaded most all of them. Some were left as-is.
- Set 3 is loaded with digital errors. I ran a couple of de-click and de-crackle plugins to lessen the harshness of the errors. This is by no means perfect, but here it is at long last.

Show Checksums
FFP
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