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Phish 11/11/95
Fox Theater, Atlanta, GA
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Source # 1522 Other Sources
Entered by Hamilton, Greg & Diana
Checksums d1 , d2 , d3
Disc Counts 0 / 3
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Date Added
9/20/00
09/22/2000
Source Summary TS Schoeps MK5 (Cardiods) > BR Box > Denon DTR80P; Conversion: DA-P1 > Zafiro ZA-2 > NT 4.0/SoundForge XP 4.0 > CDRWIN; via jazzy Jeff Slabaugh; brief spot of diginoise d1t5 ~7 min 
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Phish
11/11/95
The Fabulous Fox Theatre
Atlanta, GA


SOURCE:  TS Schoeps MK5 (Cardiods) > BR Box > Denon DTR80P
CONVERSION: DA-P1 > Zafiro ZA-2 > NT 4.0/SoundForge XP 4.0 > CDRWIN


***** Disc 1                  [67:10]
***** SET I
01. Cars Trucks Buses         [04:17]
02. Mike's Song               [13:30]
03. A Day In The Life         [04:31]
04. Poor Heart                [02:14]
05. Weekapaug Groove*         [11:36]
06. The Horse                 [01:44]
07. Silent In The Morning     [05:18]
08. Ya Mar                    [09:49]
09. Stash                     [12:22]
10. Amazing Grace             [01:49]


***** Disc 2                  [66:29]
***** MORE SET I
01. Fee                       [05:15]
02. Chalk Dust Torture        [06:43]
***** SET II
03. 2001                      [05:02]
04. David Bowie               [17:56]
05. Suzie Greenburg           [06:12]
06. Uncle Pen                 [04:07]
07. Fluffhead                 [15:39]
08. Sleeping Monkey           [05:33]


***** Disc 3                  [68:03]
***** MORE SET II
01. Frankenstein              [05:07]
02. Suspicious Minds          [06:23]
03. Antelope                  [11:57]
***** ENCORE
04. Acoustic Army             [05:18]
05. Good Times, Bad Times     [05:40]
***** FILLER FROM 12.30.95
06. Free                      [08:57]
07. Harry Hood                [15:35]
08. AC/DC Bag                 [09:04]


* Less than half a second of diginoise on master DAT about 7 minutes in.


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03/31/2004 bob I have these shns for this source. Are the md5s that are currently listed from audio cd rips, because they all end as wav.shn? Which one is right?

82ecc564b389596aeb4005c948f5035d *ph1995-11-11d1t01.shn
663c04ee7291aaf0c88b91382fb7c343 *ph1995-11-11d1t02.shn
8efe28a3aa07a7f46748e16207aa6c15 *ph1995-11-11d1t03.shn
0d64fb8a55616bb92c47bc3727e66d6d *ph1995-11-11d1t04.shn
4870f568430a0f6fd504d3dfce1cfb61 *ph1995-11-11d1t05.shn
1ada04645f7c424abdfcd75a011480f5 *ph1995-11-11d1t06.shn
efd0f3cc047a259b1e628f2ba530215f *ph1995-11-11d1t07.shn
e4f7cebd30a04703c88a9cfde05a1506 *ph1995-11-11d1t08.shn
ae1cfeee104195896c7e64f30e3bbd6b *ph1995-11-11d1t09.shn
7fa4c181b6a2d2280dceb5bd9ce1b284 *ph1995-11-11d1t10.shn
45e2cb033af9515ef88e53307f7d5bb7 *ph1995-11-11d2t01.shn
73e92399abcf9ed7d04da56905747317 *ph1995-11-11d2t02.shn
fc40267330aba409aea9743c5b593375 *ph1995-11-11d2t03.shn
6f2e8d5aac999f5b2aed4ffbc6656225 *ph1995-11-11d2t04.shn
ab3787426501378bcfc7b5b6c0bcc2d1 *ph1995-11-11d2t05.shn
5c18b89ed72c62b357be6b013d695f3f *ph1995-11-11d2t06.shn
b6a9986f90063248d4316f24ffa7f9af *ph1995-11-11d2t07.shn
2fcdca8ee05f5cf855de23c994ca50e6 *ph1995-11-11d2t08.shn
f9badc43b15f2d74855a8071c83b7473 *ph1995-11-11d3t01.shn
1858336f3f8ba6cdad4e0a52cfe5116e *ph1995-11-11d3t02.shn
6db91043ba29c8d861d29c8e617c439c *ph1995-11-11d3t03.shn
6ded359a62e3d9a77606a08667ce8011 *ph1995-11-11d3t04.shn
68555327ad35983c0a4475887d3d4b53 *ph1995-11-11d3t05.shn
7b894643de0227ae6ef41d9946f9ed3c *ph1995-11-11d3t06.shn
673a7d80c7124c51080bcf84725f7949 *ph1995-11-11d3t07.shn
8510704f279154de7f58ebfdd6d29428 *ph1995-11-11d3t08.shn
03/31/2004 Ben Mohr Back in the day, the command line SHN appended the wav file names with .shn, hence why the *.wav.shn appears. The transfer person most likely named the tracks while they were WAVs and then converted to SHN. Also, since these md5's were originally posted in 2000, there more than likely the original md5's and not an audio rip.
01/25/2009 duggy The fileset I have matches the md5s listed by bob above, and NOT those attached to this source entry.

Perhaps these alt md5s could be attached to this source for real, or an additional source entry could be created? Just a thought...

Anyway, I'm posting really to note that there is a version of this source in circulation with the md5s that bob noted, and that his were not a one-off copy...