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Phish 05/05/89
Hamilton College, Clinton, NY
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Entered by Jeff Mitchell
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08/17/2014
08/17/2014
Source Summary flac16 48kHz SBD > C(2) > DAT; DAT(c) @ 48kHz > Sony PCM-R500 > Canare Coax > Korg MR-2000S > Kimber USB 2.0 > Samplitude Pro X v12.5.0.264 (fades, edits) > TLH v2.7.0 (flac 8, ffp) > Foobar2000 v1.2.9 Live Show Tagger; Transfer & edits by Jeff Mitchell 
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Phish
1989-05-05
Sigma Phi House
Hamilton College
Clinton, NY

Source:  SBD > C(2) > DAT
Transfer:  DAT(c) @ 48kHz > Sony PCM-R500 > Canare Coax > Korg MR-2000S > Kimber USB 2.0 > Samplitude Pro X v12.5.0.264 (fades, edits) > TLH v2.7.0 (flac 8, ffp) > Foobar2000 v1.2.9 Live Show Tagger

DAT provided by Charlie Miller
Transfer & edits by Jeff Mitchell ([email protected])
Seeded to etree 2014-08-17

Set 1:
s1t01 - Golgi Apparatus
s1t02 - You Enjoy Myself
s1t03 - Ya Mar
s1t04 - Fluffhead >
s1t05 - Alumni Blues > Letter To Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues
s1t06 - Donna Lee
s1t07 - Fee >
s1t08 - Run Like An Antelope

Set 2:
s2t01 - //I Didn't Know
s2t02 - //Take The 'A' Train
s2t03 - Good Times Bad Times
s2t04 - McGrupp & The Watchful Horsemasters

Notes: Ya Mar contained a Popeye theme tease from Trey.

Tech Notes:
- There were dropouts between almost every song.  Where possible the silence was removed and a crossfade was applied.
- The left channel for the first 02:21:28 of Golgi Apparatus was missing.  I copied the right channel to a mono track & replaced the missing portion of the left channel with the right.
- The beginnings of I Didn't Know & Take The 'A' Train were missing
- A number of the songs had dropouts, the existing sources contained the same dropouts.
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ph1989-05-05s1t02.flac:b90da650bfc0f46a1d5875d8cf8e2824
ph1989-05-05s1t03.flac:047696fe223c6dda5d8385a51dc2b14e
ph1989-05-05s1t04.flac:047fccfadd00a10a038c485677e0ef8a
ph1989-05-05s1t05.flac:3e1adb898095afec270f5bc9bd83d195
ph1989-05-05s1t06.flac:b5457846510f0ecf69584207bab45faf
ph1989-05-05s1t07.flac:ba8cf6a1b7c6eebdee15789a232dd6e8
ph1989-05-05s1t08.flac:d74672a83aa5ed427542712c5897bb61
ph1989-05-05s2t01.flac:4f0ff81a960c3c9307cbc99d224d7ad9
ph1989-05-05s2t02.flac:a6475efcf44587d1c47ccb36099a5f80
ph1989-05-05s2t03.flac:62e06c7f44201a01ece3a01997d1aeb8
ph1989-05-05s2t04.flac:f08e59b4526de61502955ba22272aa57

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10/30/2014 jmitchell20042003 A message from gofredgo at LL:

"It was supposed to be outdoors on the campus as part of the Spring Fest or whatever they called it, but the rain forced it indoors. They actually played in the "Coffee House" on the campus, not at Sigma Phi where they played in November 88."
11/05/2014 TWATTS From Phish.net (11/4/2014):

"As a point of correction, this show was actually held at the McEwan Coffee House at Hamilton College, not Sig. The event was the (Keehn) Co-op Party, which was held on the last day of classes every year. it was to be held on the lawn outside of the Co-op but was moved because of rain. Esther and Foam were also played at this show. It was an afternoon show and was shut down by campus security as another campus event was beginning, the Hamilton Springfest. Trey erroneously refers to this show as the Hamilton Springfest twice. Between Esther and Foam, you can hear members of the crowd correcting him. The show was excellent, a very small crowd of friends." - TallShorts