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Phish 07/02/95
Sugarbush Summerstage, North Fayston, VT
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04/06/2018
Source Summary flac16, 48kHz; AKG c460b/ck61's > Sony TCD-D7 > DAT(m); DAT(m) > Tascam DA-P1 > Tascam HD-P2 > Wavbreaker > FLAC; Source and Transfer by John Isham 
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Phish
1995-07-02
Summer Stage at Sugarbush
North Fayston, VT

FLAC1648

e-tree TBD

Source: DAUD AKG460/ck61 > Sony TCD-D7 > DAT(m) [16/48]

Transfer: DAT(m) > Tascam DA-P1 > S/PDIF > Tascam HD-P2 > CF/WAV [16/48]
[straight through direct digital]
wavbreaker (v0.11), flac/metaflac (v1.3.2)
edits noted below

"phisham-008" release 2018-TBD
recorded and transferred by "phisham" John Isham
[formerly [email protected] - now defunct]


Set 1: (77:42)

01: Sample in a Jar (5:01)
02: Divided Sky (17:28) [1]
03: Gumbo (5:28)
04: The Curtain (6:13)
05: Julius (9:16) [2]
06: Camel Walk (5:18)
07: Reba (12:23)
08: I Didn't Know (3:50)
09: Rift (6:34)
10: While My Guitar Gently Weeps (6:11)

Set 2: (70:52)

01: Runaway Jim -> Makisupa Policeman -> Scent of a Mule (26:26)
02: Tweezer -> Ha Ha Ha (15:05) [3]
03: Sleeping Monkey (5:36)
04: Acoustic Army (4:16) [4]
05: Slave to the Traffic Light (11:03)

Encore:

[Encore break cut] (2:07)

06: Halley's Comet (5:22)
07: Tweezer Reprise (3:04)


Notes:

[ from http://phish.net/setlists/phish-july-02-1995-summer-stage-at-sugarbush-north-fayston-vt-usa.html ]

This was a benefit show for the King Street Youth Center. The band
brought back Camel Walk, which hadn’t been played since February 24,
1989 (757 shows). Reba did not have the whistling ending and Trey
announced during Makisupa that this was "4:20.... Day."


Edits:

[1] Divided Sky 8:04 [34688s-36438s]
[2] Julius      8:25 [07138s-14099s]

dropouts fixed by using Audacity (v2.1.2) to copy from
an earlier archived (but converted) transfer of this master:

DAT(m) > Tascam DA-20 > S/PDIF > Zafiro ZA-2 (48->44.1) > WAV
WAV > mp3/128kps (lame encoder c. 2001) > WAV > sox [rate -v 48000] (44.1->48, no dither)

cdparanoia III release 10.2 (September 11, 2008)
sox v14.4.1


[3] Tweezer 7:56 [29173s-46904s]

Dropout corrected by crossfade into source 86904, and then crossfade back.
The edit is a bit obvious for my taste, but not as rude as diginoise.
Unaltered raw file included.

source 86094 (AKG414/FOB, Jason Sobel, mp3/128kbps) used for patch
sox v14.4.1 used for mp3 decode and 44.1->48 conversion (rate -v 48000)
gain -2.0 dB applied to equalize levels

Audacity v2.1.2 used for edits (gain/crossfade)


[4] Acoustic Army

gain of 12db applied using Audacity v2.1.2 to equalize levels with other tracks.
Unaltered raw file included.


Personal Notes:

  Sounds like traffic was bad getting in and out... I got there early, and was was
lucky enough to get a tenting site less 1/2 mi from the stage.
Security guard story redacted.

  High end is a bit weak, but this was a summer outdoor show on a mountain slope...



Jaded-Vet Mini Review:

Set I: Nice energetic sample and gumbo to open. Good but standard versions of Julius and Reba.
Nice Camel Walk bust-out. I always like a WMGGW closer.

Set II: Short, but nice '95 type II Jim, nice gozinta to Makisupa. I heard an unlisted
BBFCFM tese in Jim. Makisupa had a gozinta to Scent - not as nice in my book, but I
won't track break it anyway.  Short, but nice '95 Tweezer that goes type II briefly,
even if it isn't ranked as high as the other '95 tweezers on the Jam chart.



FLAC Fingerprints:

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