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Phish 11/22/97
Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA
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Entered by John
Checksums shn1 , shn2 , wav1 , wav2
Disc Counts 2 / 2
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Source Summary Schoeps CMC641 > Sonosax SX-M2 > Sony SBM-1 @44.1kHz Front row/center OTS, by Craig Hillwig [Dankseeds] 
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Phish 11-22-1997 - Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA

Schoeps CMC641 > Sonosax SX-M2 > Sony SBM-1 @44.1kHz
Front row/center  OTS, by Craig Hillwig

DAT Master; Sony PCM-2600 > Audioquest coax > Turtlebeach Fiji >
Soundforge 4.5 > mkwAct 0.97b (seek tables appended); cue sheets
by CDWave by Craig Hillwig

No DAE.  Fades added to beginning and end of each set.

Cue sheet applied, show named, and md5sums created by George Lanum


*Dankseed Certification received 2002-03-03*
and posted at
Listening test performed by *5* danksters

positive criteria met:
Tracking- OK
Seamless and complete- OK
Lineage listed- OK

negative criteria met:
Resampled- NO
Diginoise- NO

Disc 1
Set 1
1. Intro
2. Mike's Song >
3. I Am Hydrogen >
4. Weekapaug Groove
5. Harry Hood
6. Train Song
7. Billy Breathes
8. Frankenstein
9. Izabella

Disc 2:
Set 2
1. Intro*
2. Halley's Comet >
3. Tweezer >
4. Black Eyed Katy >
5. Piper >
6. Run Like an Antelope**

7. Bouncing Around The Room,
8. Tweezer Reprise

*Before they started the set, the crowd chanted the beginning of "Destiny Unbound"
(in hopes that the band would play it). Trey acknowledged the chant by saying that
he couldn't hear what was being sung; that it sounded like some kind of "death chant";
and asked if this was the point in the show where they do the human sacrifice.
No "Destiny Unbound" was played or teased.
**With "Mike-O-Esquandolas" (instead of "Marco").
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pcp tree; Schoeps... (6) Microtec Geffel m210 (ORTF)... (4) Neumann km184 > DAT; Sony... (2) FOB Schoeps mk8+mk21H >... (0) AKG 460b/ck61 > AKG b18 >... (0) (FOB) Schoeps CMBI/mk4 >... (0) (FOB) Schoeps mk4 > kc5 >... (0) set 2 only: Neumann U87s ->... (0) Schoeps cmc6/mk41's >... (0) set 1 only; Neumann KMi84 >... (0) flac16; AKG 483 >... (0) flac16; AKG... (0) flac16; AKG... (0) flac16 48kHz Schoeps... (0) flac16 32khz Audio... (0)
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07/25/2004 Jason Moleton I will never forget this show EVER. I was already into the GD very much and then I went to this show as MY FIRST show, on my birthday I might add, while I was attending Lynchburg College, only a 2 hours drive, meeting up with many college friends on a Saturday night. It forever changed my world, even though I was already a very unique guy.
If you want to hear some of the most beautiful, insane guitar solos and jams ever, listen to this show in depth(with headphones if possible). I have many shows with which to choose to listen to, and there are a handful with which I seem to go back to again and again. This is ONE of THOSE shows. This could be a the best Phish performance ever(possibly exxagerated as there are so many good ones, but this one just gells so perfectly) for a 2 disc show.
For those of you whom were THERE, you'll remember that Chris Kuroda's lightshow only made an amazing musical night that much more amazing. You have to actually see Kuroda's lightshow to thoroughly understand Phish and enjoy them to the limits(unlimited)