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Phish 05/07/92
The Agora, Cleveland, OH
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Source # 28132 Other Sources
Entered by Matt Vernon
Checksums st5 , shn-md5
Disc Counts 2 / 3
Media Size
Date Circulated
Date Added
01/01/05
02/10/2005
Source Summary AUD > Cass/x; CDR > EAC > CDWav > Soundforge 6.0 > shntool > SHN; SHN Conversion by Brandon Johnston 
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Phish
May 7, 1992
The Agora
Cleveland, OH

Source: Unknown Audience > cass/x > ??? > CDR > EAC (logs included) > CDWAV > Soundforge 6.0 > Shntool > SHN
Shn Encoding by: Brandon Johnston -- http://db.etree.org/bisq

Disc 1:
-Set I-
1.Suzy Greenberg
2.Poor Heart
3.Buried Alive
4.My Friend My Friend
5.Foam
6.Runaway Jim
7.Esther
8.Split Open and Melt
9.Rift
10.Guelah Papyrus

Disc 2:
1.Possum
-Set II-
2.The Landlady
3.Sparkle
4.Tweezer
5.Fluffhead
6.Glide

Disc 3:
1.Mike's Song >
2.I Am Hydrogen >
3.Weekapaug Groove
4.Fee >
5.Cold as Ice >
6.Bike >
7.Cold as Ice
8.The Squirming Coil
9.Tweezer Reprise//
E: (Sweet Adeline)
(Sleeping Monkey)
(Rocky Top)

Show Notes: Possum included Asshole, Fingerscrape, Random Laugh, and All Fall Down Signals. During Fee, a fake palm tree was lowered onto the stage behind Page. The prop seemed to surprise the band as much as it did the audience.

Known Flaws: The encores were missing from my cds and the tweezer reprise is cut. All copies in circulation at this time appear to be the same way.  The end of tweezer reprise is patched in, apparently from a different show. Although I'm not really comfortable with this edit, I decided it wasn't worth the effort to go in and mess with it so I left it as is. There are some rough spots from the analog tape, particularly during the great tweezer jam (maybe this part got listened to a lot!!) and and the beginning of SOAM. There is also some slowing down of the pitch toward the end of the each set, but I didn't attempt to try to speed correct it because it wasn't really that bad and isn't really very consistent.  Anyone who is an expert at this type of stuff feel free to fix and reseed. I do not know how many cassettes this source went through before going to cdr but it sounds pretty decent so I'm guessing not many. This is definitely NOT A PERFECT SOURCE but the playing is top notch and it is a decent listen, at least until someone comes up with something better.

Tech Notes: I extracted the cds as a range and resplit the tracks using CDWAV. The EAC logs for each disc are included. I added fades in soundforge 6.0. Because the music faded out between discs, I used soundforge to join the discs together and resplit the disc breaks to make the show continuous. The split before Mike's song is a little rough but it was the best I could do. I ran shntool to remove SBE's.

Shntool Output:
    length     expanded size   cdr  WAVE  probs   filename
     5:42.33      60406460     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d1t01.wav
     2:59.71      31742636     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d1t02.wav
     2:19.52      24641948     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d1t03.wav
     7:16.46      77018636     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d1t04.wav
     8:55.50      94491644     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d1t05.wav
     7:39.19      81012332     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d1t06.wav
     9:26.40      99936524     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d1t07.wav
     8:49.53      93440300     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d1t08.wav
     8:18.61      87990716     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d1t09.wav
     5:59.50      63445244     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d1t10.wav
    12:55.34     136790012     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d2t01.wav
     4:37.74      49036892     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d2t02.wav
     4:06.56      43526156     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d2t03.wav
    13:02.12     137973068     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d2t04.wav
    14:45.64     156264572     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d2t05.wav
     3:58.20      42030284     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d2t06.wav
     7:37.43      80715980     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d3t01.wav
     3:19.43      35204780     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d3t02.wav
     8:34.09      90690812     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d3t03.wav
     5:41.45      60258284     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d3t04.wav
     3:33.34      37653212     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d3t05.wav
     8:17.54      87797852     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d3t06.wav
     1:07.29      11887052     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d3t07.wav
     7:15.20      76781084     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d3t08.wav
     3:12.45      33974684     ---   --    ---    ph1992-05-07d3t09.wav
   169:34.07    1794711164 B                      (totals for 25 files)
Show Checksums
st5
ab0a2e7e38a07aeb4ced5bb95c80fc60 [shntool] ph1992-05-07d1t01.shn
deaa0c5af5f0b08cbd89c02013a00bc9 [shntool] ph1992-05-07d1t02.shn
04d01a0a113c20938e298acfdab2d58b [shntool] ph1992-05-07d1t03.shn
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2fc586ce475e9595fe7a4aa4499397fa [shntool] ph1992-05-07d1t06.shn
bc53fcfe3bb218840a6a5d45881acf45 [shntool] ph1992-05-07d1t07.shn
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01aebb620818c71ee2e1fec30cc76604 [shntool] ph1992-05-07d1t09.shn
4da00dffcb3debdc7a73afc3ccb4ef96 [shntool] ph1992-05-07d1t10.shn
2eb4a24ca902df1876e8dffc0f0a7056 [shntool] ph1992-05-07d2t01.shn
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d3df135aba5a72aa0bbea5b6d016c629 [shntool] ph1992-05-07d2t04.shn
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eb47574274f23926a38604137306201f [shntool] ph1992-05-07d3t03.shn
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677d82906d2641b9c505173f7f0e4512 [shntool] ph1992-05-07d3t06.shn
b2fc52d094e44691dd87f0191adcb9b8 [shntool] ph1992-05-07d3t07.shn
fafe0d827b2c96ec341d6510bcde2b28 [shntool] ph1992-05-07d3t08.shn
c1f6f210f014fef75f6db7c521743420 [shntool] ph1992-05-07d3t09.shn
shn-md5
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ab8dba6fa86c57e1a8a00c53cd2f6897 *ph1992-05-07d3t09.shn

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