December 14, 1995
Broome County Arena
AKG 460B/ck61 > custom pre-amp > Sony D7 (@ 48 kHz)
Sony PCM-R500 > Tascam HD-P2 > CF Card > usb > pc > WaveLab 5.01b (fades, resample to 44.1kHz, patch edits) > CD Wave v1.94.7 > FLAC v1.1.2 (Level 8)
recorded by Dave Flaschner
transferred by Jason Sobel ([email protected]
seeded May 23, 2006
The master DAT was used in this transfer, thanks Dave!
The original 48kHz files from the DAT transfer have been archived, and are available upon request.
Disc 1 - [70:46]
01 - [07:15] - Suzy Greenberg
02 - [05:54] - Llama
03 - [03:30] - Horn
04 - [10:55] - Foam
05 - [06:45] - Makisupa Policeman
06 - [14:36] - Split Open and Melt
07 - [06:37] - Tela
08 - [08:01] - Fog That Surrounds
09 - [02:24] - My Sweet One
10 - [04:50] - Frankenstein
Disc 2 - [74:44]
01 - [06:32] - The Curtain >
02 - [09:17] - Tweezer ->
03 - [04:58] - Timber Ho ->
04 - [09:42] - Tweezer ->
05 - [03:57] - Keyboard Cavalry
06 - [11:48] - Halley's Comet ->
07 - [09:16] - NICU ->
08 - [10:46] - Slave to the Traffic Light
09 - [03:05] - encore break
10 - [05:23] - Bold as Love
PATCH EDIT NOTES:
Dave's master DAT of the AKG source had several spots of digi-noise in the first couple of minutes of the tape.
I used the widely circulated NAK 300 for patches at the following locations in Suzy Greenberg:
START - END
00:10.6 - 00:29.8
00:40.3 - 00:42.6
01:05.1 - 01:10.4
01:20.2 - 01:25.3
01:36.7 - 01:42.2
01:51.0 - 01:56.2
02:10.6 - 02:15.5
05:46.0 - 05:51.2
Please note that the first two sections of digi-noise were in the intro crowd noise, before Suzy really even started.
All of these locations included a few seconds of cross-fade for a smooth and easy transition.
The start time listed above is the moment when it's fully the NAK source, and
the end time is the moment when it's fully back to the AKG source.
Other than the few spots of digi-noise which have been fixed, this AKG source sounds fantastic, in my opinion.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. One last big thanks to Dave for letting me borrow his master DAT.