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Phish 11/11/89
Patrick Field House, U of Vermont, Burlington, VT
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Source # 83708 Other Sources
Entered by Ben Mohr
Checksums all_ffp , all_md5
Disc Counts 1 / 1
Media Size
Date Circulated
Date Added
03/25/2007
03/25/2007
Source Summary SBD > Cass/4 > CDR > EAC > CDWav > FLAC 
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Phish
The Patrick Gymnasium
University Of Vermont
Burlington VT
11/11/89

Opening Set for Max Creek And The Third World

Source: SBD > Cass/4 > CDR > EAC > CDWAV (for retracking) > FLAC16

Transfer: By Taperwayne ([email protected])

One Set

01. //Oh Kee Pah Ceremony
02. Golgi Apparatus
03. Bathtub Gin
04. AC/DC Bag
05. My Sweet One
06. You Enjoy Myself
07. If I Only Had A Brain
08. Frankenstein ^


^ earlist known version, possibly a debut. With horns.

Notes: The horns on Frankenstein are likely Dave Grippo and Russ
Remmington, who had jammed with Phish recently, on 10/20/89 at
The Front, however the horn players are not announced, and this is a
best guess.
I did a mail trade for this a long time ago. The only problems with
the original CDR is that it was tracked wrong.
I used CDWAV to retrack it, and Audacity 1.2.0 to add fades to the start
and end of the set.
Since this does not circulate in a lossless format at all, I figured I'd
get it out there.
Enjoy!
Show Checksums
all_ffp
ph1989-11-11t01.flac:1c41ed0bbe19f0a4d7ec34a9dfb56237
ph1989-11-11t02.flac:cc3c03f3f633f44a360db9a93bad3308
ph1989-11-11t03.flac:1e19947c75f8535f81d835f1c8ebe10a
ph1989-11-11t04.flac:9b91056222dea25222ab194eaaab5aa9
ph1989-11-11t05.flac:65a739be44dd7f792701954e1f7f3e48
ph1989-11-11t06.flac:557d51f4748c6ebc8e3cb8998b3c1c43
ph1989-11-11t07.flac:46844e53a32c09ba321306802af5ce8c
ph1989-11-11t08.flac:f2823a9672fc33a274efc16cdf6373e9
all_md5
2280e0d76b012621c65a47e61b702c0a *ph1989-11-11t01.flac
962b4d6e02e29a9a3d1c207105bcdbad *ph1989-11-11t02.flac
8565ff5a4b9fa8a7b59fe6a73a0c4bcf *ph1989-11-11t03.flac
9170694ab99ace2f3e7103fee3625b1d *ph1989-11-11t04.flac
0fe048005f05c0b9d0721384bcaeaefc *ph1989-11-11t05.flac
70bdaa370aba6aea450a283753aad7d9 *ph1989-11-11t06.flac
09bcbd05e8d38cf2277abdc1a5200a31 *ph1989-11-11t07.flac
d3ca3d7060715cf6902ffddba4b5e504 *ph1989-11-11t08.flac

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01/14/2017 mvernon There is a circulating file set that matches the ffp but NOT the md5. All tracks verify and play without issue. The assumption is the flac encoding or other file information that do not impact the wav files are different than at the time of the original submission to the database.