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Phish 12/31/02
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
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Source # 14162 Other Sources
Entered by Matt Vernon
Checksums shn-md5 , st5
Disc Counts 0 / 3
Media Size
Date Circulated
Date Added
1/2/03
01/02/2003
Source Summary Schoeps m222/mk41 > Elvo NT222 > AD1000; Panasonic SV 3800 > HHB CDR850 > EAC (secure) > WAV > SHN; Taped by Ken Rossiter; Transferred by Chris Warren; SHN Conversion by Mark Kerchoff 
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Phish
12-31-2002
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY

Source: Schoeps M22241>Elvo NT222>AD1000>Dat
Transfer: Panasonic SV 3800>HHB CDR850
Extraction: EAC (secure mode)>WAV>SHN

Disc 1:
Set 1
01. Piper
02. Guyute
03. NICU
04. Horn
05. Wilson*
06  Mound
07. Coil>
08. Bowie

Disc 2:
Set 2
01. Waves->
02. Divided Sky
03. Lawn Boy
04. Carini
05. Rift
06. Hood
07. Charcter Zero

Disc 3:
Set 3 + Encore
01. Sample
02. Seven Below->**
03. Auld Lang Syne>***
04. Runaway Jim->
05. Time Loves a Hero
06. Taste
07. Strange Design
08. Walls of the Cave
E
09. Velvet Sea

*   preceeded by footage from the movie "Castaway" on the
    jumbotron screens on the scoreboard; with Tom Hanks on vocals
    for the "Blat Boom..." part
**  During Seven Below a disco ball was lowered from within the
    scoreboard and it began snowing on stage; several dancers in
    white with blinking light "stick figure skeletons", dressed
    as snow creatures came out and began circling the band on
    stage before moving off into the crowd - while in the crowd
    several grew into large snow angels by adding stilts
    to their costumes; midway during the song snow began falling
    on the fans on the floor from a pair of snowmaking rigs on
    the right and left sides of the scoreboard above the floor;
    shortly before midnight, the snow angels began shining small
    spotlights around the crowd, appearing similar to
    search lights
*** During Seven Below a disco ball was lowered from within the
    scoreboard and it began snowing on stage; several dancers in
    white with blinking light "stick figure skeletons", dressed
    as snow creatures came out and began circling the band on
    stage before moving off into the crowd - while in the crowd
    several grew into large snow angels by adding stilts
    to their costumes; midway during the song snow began falling
    on the fans on the floor from a pair of snowmaking rigs on
    the right and left sides of the scoreboard above the floor;
    shortly before midnight, the snow angels began shining small
    spotlights around the crowd, appearing similar to
    search lights

Taped by Ken Rossiter
Transferred by Chris Warren ([email protected])
Shn'd by Mark Kerchoff ([email protected].com)


Show Checksums
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Date User Comment
01/04/2003 1stTube It wasn't Tom Hanks... It was Steve McConnell (Page's brother).
01/05/2003 jackson Volume levels are way too low and an updated text file is needed to indicate that the "blat boom" part of Wilson was NOT done by Mr. Hanks. Looks as if this was rushed...
01/05/2003 Tom Hanks Volume way too low...Practically have to crank my system to full blast...Drums basically non-existant...
01/05/2003 musictrader Volume Low only through Piper. after Piper during crowd noise, the volume suddenly comes to life. Great recording from then on.
01/07/2003 dave Regarding the volume/sound: the sound at MSG was horrible thru Piper, than it was noticibly improved. This source is an accurate representation of the sound at the gig.
01/07/2003 james brown PA sound during Piper was low,...not tapers fault,...very good recording. Sound guys fix levels during Piper, and for the rest of the show, sound is great.
01/08/2003 Bill Burge This recording, while not bad, sounds a little distant. It has a very spacious quality to it, and I'm sure someone will step forward with a closer source.
01/12/2003 A.P. Not unless someone was taping way FOB, I didn't notice anybody taping from anywhere but the TS.
02/10/2003 Dr. Klovernutz Known Errors:Disc 1 Track 1 at 15:21.948 to 15:22.171 there is a drop-out, followed by volume shifts.
Also there are no fade-ins or fade-outs for the begining and endings of sets.
*The Low volume through Piper was due to low PA levels (this can be verified by listenig to the crowd levels throughout the show, which remain the same level).
02/21/2003 Dr. Klovernutz After hearing other sources for this show I DO NOT RECOMEND this one!!