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Trey Anastasio 02/15/99
Higher Ground, Winooski, VT
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Source Summary Schoeps M222/mk4 > Elvo NT222 > HHB PortaDAT > ZA2 (48 kHz to 44.1 kHz resampling) > HD > CDR; DAT > CDR Conversion and Shortening by Mike Masse  
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02/15/99 Higher Ground, Winooski, Vermont
Arts of Vermont Benefit Concert

DAT > CDR conversion and shortening done by Mike Masse

Source info:  Schoeps M222/mk4 > Elvo NT222 > HHB PortaDAT > ZA2 (48 kHz to 44.1 kHz resampling) > HD > CDR

Disc 1: (Trey Solo Acoustic)

1. Dirt
2. Dog Stole Things
3. Trey speaks
4. Runaway Jim
5. Brian & Robert
6. Guyute
7. Driver
8. Chalkdust Torture

Disc 2: (Electric w/ Russ & Tony)

1. Come On Baby
2. Jiboo
3. Ooh Child
4. Chasin the Waste (F-hole)/Tops Off*
5. I Can See Clearly
6. Come On #1
7. Mozambique
8. Bell Bottom Blues

Disc 3:

1. First Tube
2. Drums (w/ Trey on small set)
3. Possum >
4. Last Tube
5. E: Ribot
6. Row Jimmy
7. Pistol

*       There has been a bit of discussion about this track break.  I chose to leave
        this blues jam as one track because (a) I'm not familiar enough with this tune
        (or these tunes) to know where to separate them, (b) it's all basically one jam
        over the same bass riff, with one significant modulation.  I couldn't tell if the
        second tune was supposed to begin at the modulation, or if it begins with the tune
        Trey plays as a melody towards the end of the jam.  
        In either case, a track break would interrupt the flow of one cohesive jam
        (like if you had your player on random, e.g.).  I hope no one will be too
        terribly upset over this.  Once you hear it, you'll probably understand why I
        left it as one track.  I sort of half-expect to see a revised setlist for this
        show some day that will exclude one of those two titles.  One can always hope
        for such vindication, at least.  :)
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04/03/2001 Jakob Everyone has labelled the first song of disc 3 as "First Tube". Um...its "Sand". Even my coverart says First Tube. But whats been done has been done. As for doing...I'm listening to the disc now and First Tube isnt even teased.
08/23/2002 Mike The bass lines of the two songs are quite similar (same notes, different order).. probably just someone working too fast.