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Phish 09/29/90
Brownie's 23 East Cabaret, Ardmore, PA
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Source # 25885 Other Sources
Entered by Ben Mohr
Checksums all_ffp
Disc Counts 2 / 2
Media Size
Date Circulated
Date Added
09/22/04
09/22/2004
Source Summary SBD > Cass/x > Pioneer PDR 555 > CDR > DAE > FLAC > Wavelab 5 (BBE; L1+) > CDWav > FLAC; FLAC Conversion by Bill Mitchell 
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Phish
September 29, 1990
23 East Cabaret,
Ardmore, PA

Source: SBD > Cass(?) > Pioneer PDR 555 > CD-R > DAE/x > FLAC

Transfer: FLAC > WAV > Wavelab 5 (tracks reassembled by set,
between-track pops removed) > BBE > L1+ > CDWAVE > FLAC
Bill Mitchell [email protected]

Seeded by SHNfamily 9-23-04.

Disk 1:
Set I:
1.  Divided Sky,
2.  Dinner and a Movie,
3.  The Landlady,
4.  Ya Mar,
5.  Buried Alive >
6.  Bouncing Around the Room,
7.  Possum//,#
8.  Magilla,
9.  David Bowie

Disk 2:
Set II:
1.  The Squirming Coil,
2.  Tweezer,
3.  Gumbo,
4.  Uncle Pen,
5.  Stash*,
6.  Mike's Song >
7.  I Am Hydrogen >
8.  Weekapaug [email protected]
9.  crowd
Encore:
10. Lawn Boy

Show Notes: During the Bowie intro, the crowd sang Happy Birthday to Trey
at the stroke of midnight.

# cuts at 8:50, picks back up later in the song. cuts unfinished at 9:35.
* cuts 1:41-1:45.
@ cuts 2:12-2:15.
This show has distortion, but is still a good listen. Hot show.
Show Checksums
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ph1990-09-29d2t10.flac:ff66f146f358f86dd6de5b1db441bca9

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Date User Comment
03/02/2005 James Dineen This source is NOT a soundboard recording. It is an audience tape.
07/25/2006 Albix I agree, this ia an AUD, not a SBD. There are SBE's.