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Zero 05/07/93
Last Day Saloon, San Francisco, CA
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Entered by rowjimmy
Checksums d1 , d2 , d3
Disc Counts 2 / 3
Media Size
Date Circulated
Date Added
1/1/00
01/17/2001
Source Summary source: Dr. Bob's AKG C61's (on-stage) > DAT
seeded and encoded by: [email protected]
conversion: Tascam DA-20 > Audio Magic Presto II > Prodif Plus(resampled to 44.1)> Soundforge > CDWav > MKWact >SHN 
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ZERO
5.7.93
Last Day Saloon
San Francisco, Ca

source: Dr. Bob's AKG C61's (on-stage) > DAT
seeded and encoded by: [email protected]l.com
conversion: Tascam DA-20 > Audio Magic Presto II > Prodif Plus(resampled to 44.1)>
    Soundforge > CDWav > MKWact >SHN

Disc 1
1. Cissy Strut
2. Tangled Hangers
3. Highway 61
4. Catalina

Disc 2
1. Spoken For
2. Did I Mention?
set II
3. End of the World Blues
4. Rigor Mortis

Disc 3
1. Home on the Range
2. Horses
3. Spoonful
4. Tear Tags
E:
5. Use Me


notes: d1t01 digi-zaps @ 0:49 in left channel, right drop out @ 0:53,
       and longer dropout @ 1:13 also in right channel
      
       These flaws were all caused by Dr. Bob
       getting there a little late, and are present on his masters

       I did a little bit of editing on this show. I added fade in/outs
       at start and finish of set 1 and 2, and also took out some dead air(like five minutes)
       at the end of d3t01 to put the disc under the 74 minute mark,
       I also added fades at the end of that track and the beginning
       of the next....not very noticable though....

any questions or comments? send em to me:
[email protected]
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d1

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d2
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d3

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Source: AKG C61's... (0)
Date User Comment
07/30/2002 Alan Dorchak Dr. Bob Wagner does not run AKG-C61s. His rig is NAK-700s > Sony D-5 (pre-amp) > DAT. If this source is actually AKG-C61s then it most likely is Art "Bad Santa" Granoff or Jimmy "24-Karat" Stiefel AKA PANEL PRESENTS.