|Entered by||Gary Field|
|Checksums||ffp , flac-md5|
|Disc Counts||2 / 3|
|Source Summary||flac16; 2 nak 300 mics>Sony TC-5m(Dolby B)>Nak Dragon(dolby decoded)>Panasonic 3800 DAT (A-D)>Soundforge-CD Architect>cdr>roxio toast>Apple G4(Xact); Recorded by Ned Hoey|
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This was posted at Live Music Archive:
"Reviewer: N Hoey - - September 8, 2008
Subject: This is my master.
I put this into "digital circulation" Nov. 23 05 at dimeadozen.org. This is straight from the cassettes with the Dolby B decoded and no alteration. I don't know why Walsh recommends "tweaking" the EQ. I disagree, the sound is loud and clear and balanced, Jerry is especially prominent. I was situated perfectly FOB, for this and the next two nights. Unlike many other tapers that night I was running just one deck, not a chain of them. This was the era of "NO TAPING", and stealth was imperative. My 9-12 sounds just like this but hasn't ever been circulated for a number of unfortunate reasons. Maybe soon.
I went to every single Greek and Frost show. I have always thought this first run was exceptional"