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Grateful Dead 02/17/73
St. Paul Auditorium, St. Paul, MN
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Source # 11771 Other Sources
Entered by dr.unclear
Checksums shn-md5 , st5
Disc Counts 2 / 2
Media Size
Date Circulated
Date Added
9/1/02
09/02/2002
Source Summary SBD:MR> PCM> DAT> CD; retracking etc of previous shn set, by Randy Carman 
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Grateful Dead
St. Paul Auditorium, St. Paul, MN
February 17, 1973

SBD:MR>PCM>DAT>CD

Disk 1 [64:39]
SET1
01. [03:13] The Promised Land
02. [14:54] He's Gone
03. [06:42] Looks Like Rain
04. [05:06] Box Of Rain
05. [06:16] Wave That Flag
06. [02:58] Mexicali Blues
07. [04:32] El Paso
08. [05:43] They Love Each Other
09. [15:11] Playing In The Band

Disk 2 [77:28]
SET2
01. [11:49] //Truckin'
02. [07:01] Row Jimmy
03. [04:36] Big River
04. [03:15] //You Ain't Woman Enough
05. [07:55] Here Comes Sunshine >
06. [07:32] China Cat Sunflower >
07. [05:13] I Know You Rider
08. [04:22] Around And Around
09. [04:07] Not Fade Away >
10. [06:58] Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad >
11. [03:02] Not Fade Away
12. [04:35] One More Saturday Night
ENCORE
13. [06:57] Casey Jones

notes from Matt Vernon:
- shntool provides timings and confirms tracks cut on sector boundaries
- Truckin' starts around "Flashing Marquees .."
- first few notes of You Aint Woman cut
notes from reSHN by Randy Carman [email protected]:
- cuts between most songs
- all tracks had shntool properties: non-canonical headers and extra RIFF chunks.
  all tracks stripped and fixed using shntool
- merged disk 2 and disk 3 into disk 2 (requires 80min CD-R)
- retracked HCS > China > Rider into 3 tracks with CDWave
- retracked NFA > GDTRFB > NFA into 3 tracks with CDWave
- SHN's made seekable and new md5's generated with mkwACT
Show Checksums
shn-md5
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a6ecbd58efb180fc7110a7fd7fa75232 *gd73-02-17d1t02.shn
41d8d4891bf5bc2b0418c04719d6863e *gd73-02-17d1t03.shn
db0f44552cc3470270587fd856b9a74c *gd73-02-17d1t04.shn
06b4f444247def3f00e6377e2f7b22ab *gd73-02-17d1t05.shn
e76b7307fb9eca3bcd4b9284a0542382 *gd73-02-17d1t06.shn
b2cda6d7cb928f604e642eed38ebffa0 *gd73-02-17d1t07.shn
79df3b50682d5ea8df37e4b498683e04 *gd73-02-17d1t08.shn
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d887cc4354ee9259dc61cb7f53e264a4 *gd73-02-17d2t01.shn
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1d97a7a8ccba6bd50e635239f1cef395 *gd73-02-17d2t06.shn
9f639ec835b053d23e0271bce1e9d21e *gd73-02-17d2t07.shn
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d8b64e8568eb11a9a8c9902e2167c42f *gd73-02-17d2t09.shn
59882f3787a91f2f2533adc298138617 *gd73-02-17d2t10.shn
d236c7a1bbba2a15028c36d0ed78b345 *gd73-02-17d2t11.shn
d0a461229b369cd46f8e23e6e7720400 *gd73-02-17d2t12.shn
63928bd70dc05b21d823d37e3d6ea83b *gd73-02-17d2t13.shn
st5
5e3e26c02dbbcc47626c751d041f0b8d [shntool] gd73-02-17d1t01.shn
e10ef79228963142aa674252804eb5de [shntool] gd73-02-17d1t02.shn
bbec4b340d6ba24279e20d8f954f4402 [shntool] gd73-02-17d1t03.shn
f4afaad06a737cacf5e8bb32c3976e53 [shntool] gd73-02-17d1t04.shn
c842b50bf17d1762434eafac464e9e98 [shntool] gd73-02-17d1t05.shn
c0c04c94fe9dcb1d1c11471fe0b7119f [shntool] gd73-02-17d1t06.shn
68ee22fa4a6cad95a115bc8f00f0ab8a [shntool] gd73-02-17d1t07.shn
884be3030ed5caaf8f6a5a88824fa402 [shntool] gd73-02-17d1t08.shn
db7686dd2d7d23c22137aa03e4f4792f [shntool] gd73-02-17d1t09.shn
db6e76a124d610a0fc8a5ed674650104 [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t01.shn
18a9ca0da75da32585de13b59ff33096 [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t02.shn
6b945f5a8f73c2ca5bac4a10fae8009f [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t03.shn
d8be5b891176418fc5e3383f93616807 [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t04.shn
69c5d8ebb11299d771e6c650c7c8f1a9 [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t05.shn
8f9ee2fa5c4215bb9d3f1d6c343a6f2f [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t06.shn
50d9321fbf077e6a55de7d3b2a216145 [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t07.shn
0b83b0ce61c2a609c9e82bebca27deb0 [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t08.shn
8daf3a6c99f60ceb4f58be8985d42c8d [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t09.shn
de949f96aea4e30446289032f05fd92d [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t10.shn
5fbee9080d5af2d24d1169032b973357 [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t11.shn
5f20e707b7f3d90488c0772b1b43edf5 [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t12.shn
43c6d63e67076cd79e3a272ad70760bf [shntool] gd73-02-17d2t13.shn

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Date User Comment
09/04/2002 imthemarmar the original SHN's weren't broken. they were all cut on sector boundaries. there were non-canonical headers and extra RIFF chunks which are not errors in the least and make absolutely NO difference in the final sound quality. If you have the original source for this show, the only real difference is that this source has a nicer info file, the shn's are now seekable, and also has NFA>GDTRFB split up which you can do yourself, though i can't imagine i EVER will listen to the NFA>GDTRFB in a discontinuous manner.
09/05/2002 Mr.Marmar umm....first off please imthemarmar, whoever you are, choose another name....this is the name I post to the lists with and I'd like it if others don't get us confused....on to the SHN's. They sound ok, not sure if I totally agree with "retracking" a set of SHN's that are out. I believe that should be left to the person burning them as to how they want it tracked...retracking just adds confusion to an already messy situation. I give this show 8 out of 10. (and if you don't believe that I use imthemarmar for my name, e-mail me at that addy....I'll reply to it ;-)
09/05/2002 Randy Carman when i got this set, it was a mess. the text file was just the setlist with no info. the md5's didn't match the file names, and the filenames and the md5 weren't in etree convention. if the show was left as is was there were three songs stuck together in a 20 minute track. as for the headers and riff chunks, i didnt say they were errors, i said they were properties, and they aren't desirable properties so i fixed them.
09/05/2002 Joe Jupille Re-tracking, fixing, and re-seeding this seems perfectly justified. Thanks, Randy!
09/05/2002 darrin since this is listed as a pcm-based recording, it would be a good idea for somebody that has a copy to burn it with pre-emphasis enabled in their burning program and see (and report back) whether it sounds better. Almost all pcm decks apply pre-emphasis and a pure digital transfer would preserve that setting. WAV files lack the ability to recognize pre-emphasis so de-emphasis must triggered manually when burning from wav/shn.
09/20/2002 Randy Carman cut in GDTRFB at 2:20, present in previous version also
01/18/2004 George Shannon There is a cut (or skip) in Row Jimmy D2T2 at 5:34 in addition to the aforementioned cut (or skip) in GDTRFB D2T10 at 2:20.