|Checksums||shn-md5 , st5|
|Disc Counts||3 / 3|
|Source Summary||updated lineage: copy of bootleg CD "Trippin Around", not SBRD> Pre-FM> DAT> CD-R> EAC> SHN ("unconfirmed"); to abgd by Jeremy Duncan; 3/01 note- upgrade now in circulation|
|Other Sources (comments)
stereo FM -> reel master ->... (4) partial set 2 (post Drums);... (1) flac16; SBE fixed... (0) flac16; FM (live... (0) flac24; Recording... (0) flac16/48kHz;... (0)
I'd like to know how in the world this version of this show is thought to be a pre-FM sbd. It is far too muddy and the audience is too high in the mix.
Don't get me wrong, this show is definitely worth listening to, no matter What copy you've got. I've had a single tape of set 1 and the first two songs of set 2 for several years. It was THE worst quality tape in my collection, but I kept it and listened to it even though I had to crank my stereo all the way up and turn the treble way down to keep the hiss to a dull roar.
The Shakedown Street alone makes this show incredible. Check it out.
But DON'T call this a sbd copied directly to digital sources!
Hanno Bunjes just posted this to [email protected]:
"the e-tree copy of gd81-03-28 Essen Germany making the rounds is a copy
of the bootleg CD "Trippin' Around". the lineage given is incorrect.