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Allman Brothers Band 08/26/94
Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD
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02/04/2004
Source Summary Source: Unknown mics > MAC > C > C > wav > shn
?The What's In This Box? Project (TWIT Box #8 - 1/04) 
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** ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND **
Meriwether Post Pavilion
Baltimore, MD
August 26, 1994

Source: Unknown mics > MAC > C > C > wav > shn

Set 1
Disc 1 (78:44 min)
  1. Intro > Sailing Across the Devil's Sea
  2. Statesboro Blues
  3. Blue Sky
  4. Same Thing *
  5. I Got to Change (My Way of Living) *
  6. Soulshine
  7. Seven Turns
  8. Jessica > Mountain Jam > Jessica

Disc 2 (68:37 min)
  1. No One Left to Run With Anymore
  2. Back Where It All Begins
  3. Elizabeth > Drums > Reed
  4. One Way Out **
Encore
  5. Whipping Post


Notes:       ?The What's In This Box? Project
(TWIT Box #8 - 1/04)
SFrosch ([email protected])

* = w/ Duane Betts (guitar)
** = w/ John Popper (harmonica)

Each cassette side (~45 min) was transfered to a 44,100 Hz, 16-bit, stereo wave file (SpinDoctor).  Fade ins/outs were added where the recording was affected by cassette flips (SoundForge).  A small "pop" was manually removed from d2t03 @ 3:35.040 (SoundForge).  My editing removed the diginoise, but caused a very small but noticeable "skip" at this point -- not a biggie, though (IMO)...  Track markers were inserted (CDWav).  Conversion to shn (mkwACT).  Lack of sbe's and overall file quality was verified (shntool).

Thanks to Greg Ellison for the cassettes.  I believe the taper may have been Herbie Wehner (may he rest in peace), but I'm not 100% sure...  

-SF
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03/05/2004 sport Merriweather Post Pavillion is in Columbia MD.Closer to D.C than Baltimore.