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|Source Summary||Unbroken Chain Rehearsal & Sound Check; Phil's FM monitor signal intercepted with portable boom box; FM Analog> DAT> Macromedia Sound > Edit> SHN; 10 tracks of UBC plus banter; 8/00: formerly listed in db as 3/19/95- "may be mislabeled as 3/17/95"!- thanks to Tom Bellanca for correction; update 4/03- md5s added thanks to Matt Vernon- may or may not be originals (none were stored in shncirc originally)|
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Following is [email protected]'s remark of 8/24/00, carried over from the former "3/19/95" entry here:
the rehersal is infact 3/17. the debut was 3/19. also the reason jerry was inaudible for 75% of the rehersal is
|06/08/2002||Hamilton, Greg & Diana||This entry stamped gray area at request of the etree.org server team.|
|09/22/2004||Diana||Given how separately this circulates from the actual show, this shn has now been moved to the separate souncheck gig entry.|
To correct the above comments, this recording was my by my friend Vince and myself on 3/17/95 (we called it "smoke a fatty with St. Patty" day)at the entrance to the left of the "Rocky" statue (which is at the front entrance), which happened to be directlty behind the stage. We picked this entrance for that reason. We had two AOR 1000XLT 'wideband' scanners, one patched into the right and one patched into the left mic input/s of a boom box(for two-channel sound), to both amplify and record at the same time. The frequencies are not "intercepted" with "our" boom box. ()I don't know why James Tolland takes credit for this recording. They are FM, not "low level", but VHF. We had Jerry's monitor frequency on the right (527.050) and Phil on the left (542.000). We amassed a group of 50 people or so around us by the time the soundcheck was over. We were videotaped by a local TV station crew, with Pierre Rober (local radio personality)as the correspondent. Ironically, the area where we were sitting was roped off the next two nights.
These frequencies are still used by Phil/Dead/Rat Dog at present. They do change, but are always in the 510-550 VHF WFM (wideband FM) frequency range, and interceptable by any wideband (high-end) scanner. Nobody has ever prohibited me from bringing my scanner into the venue, but I get a lot of funny looks and "6-up's" from fellow heads.
Unfortunately, somebody taped my wedding music over my copy, but vince still has his first gen. Maybe one day I can get the 2nd gen cassette torrent from the soundboard that circulates on the torrents. Thanks.
|08/10/2008||phantomtides||"Coveted" by only 4 tapers?! What in the name of Jerry above does that mean? LMAO.|