Summer Stage at Sugarbush
N Fayston, VT
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)
"phisham-011" release 2018-0411
recorded and transferred by "phisham" John Isham
[formerly [email protected] - now defunct]
Set 1: (75:59)
00: announcer (1:44)
01: My Friend, My Friend (6:48)
02: Poor Heart (2:26)
03: Run Like an Antelope (12:07)
04: Loving Cup (6:00)
05: Sparkle (3:54)
06: It's Ice (9:11)
07: If I Could (8:09)
08: Maze (11:27)
09: Strange Design (2:51)
10: Free (8:37)
11: Cavern (4:28)
Set 2: (96:19)
00: announcer (1:44)
01: Timber Ho! (4:34)
02: David Bowie -> Johnny B. Goode -> David Bowie (30:52)
03: AC/DC Bag (10:06)
04: The Lizards (3:06)
05: Big Black Furry Creature from Mars (4:58)
06: A Day in the Life (5:15)
07: Possum (13:43)
08: The Squirming Coil (11:25)
[encore break cut]
09: Simple (8:31)
10: Amazing Grace (3:49)
none - bit-perfect transfer.
The level shift on amazing grace was done with the level control on
the recording deck at the time of recording.
 Trey using his microphone stand as a slide.
My Friend featured Trey using his microphone stand as a slide. During
If I Could, a large inflatable moose was tossed around the crowd. It
landed in perfect sitting position, facing the audience, on Page’s
side of the stage. The Bowie intro contained Timber teases and
lyrics. Bowie later contained God of Thunder (Kiss), Bathtub Gin and
Soul Sacrifice teases before segueing into Johnny B. Goode and Johnny
B. Goode teases from Trey at the end of Bowie. Possum also contained
Bathtub Gin and Johnny B. Goode teases. Lizards was aborted after Trey
lost track of the lyrics. Fish teased him about needing a teleprompter
and Trey started up Big Black Furry Creature from Mars. Plenty of
stage antics preceded Amazing Grace; Page threw the pitch pipe into
the crowd and Trey pretended to throw Fish’s goggles and, eventually,
Fish himself. Trey also picked up a Hacky Sack from the stage and
impressed the crowd with his athleticism. Timber returned for its
first performance since December 30, 1992 (258 shows) and it was the
first complete version since December 1989.
High end a bit "whooshy", typical of these outdoor shows.
some slight/subtle wind noise in parts.
Jade Vet Mini-Review:
Set I: a bit better than "average-good"
Set II: Nice big '95 Bowie, wrapped around Johnny B. Goode. Wow.