***Mix of Two Sources***
Main Source: SBD > Cass/2 > DAT (master)
A>D Transfer: Denon 3-head deck > Fostex D5 @44.1kHz
DAT>SHN Transfer: CTD8000H-S > DAT2WAV > SHN > CDWav > SHN
A>D Transfer by Jon Epstein
DAT>SHN Transfer by Robert Brown
Tracking and Fixes by Ben Mohr ([email protected]
Patch Source: SBD > Cass/? > CDWAV > Audacity 1.2.4 > FLAC16 (tracks marked with *)
Trasnfer and editing by: Taperwayne ([email protected]
HUGE thanks to Greg Peeler for the patch source!
1. Contact >
2. Oh Kee Pah Ceremony >
3. Suzy Greenberg
4. TMWSIY >
5. Avenu Malkenu >
[La Grange - still missing]
7. Mike's Song >
8. I Am Hydrogen >
9. Weekapaug Groove
10. The Squirming Coil >
02. Roll Like a Cantaloupe*
03. My Sweet One*
04. Bouncing Around the Room*
05. Dinner and a Movie*
06. Take the A Train *
07. The Sloth
08. Ya Mar
09. Split Open and Melt
01 Slave To The Traffic Light*
02. AC/DC Bag*
03. David Bowie//*
Harpua contains Foxy Lady (Jimi Hendrix) teases
Notes on source #1
-The Phish Companion does not list d1t11 Lizards for this show but it is definitely
part of the show since they are no cuts before and there is a nice segue into the
-This is the first time this show exists digitally and is the most complete source
with a known cassette generation.
d1t11 8:03 (38:56)
d2t05 2:15 (46:49)
**From the second tape flip, it seems that the supposed first 6 songs of the second
set were not recorded.
-Levels slighly high at start of d2t01 but are lowered eventually.
-Removed pop R channel d1t02 0:29.661, 0:29.691 (<<0.001sec) with SF4.5 pencil tool
-Removed pop R channel d1t03 2:55.083 (<<0.001sec) with SF4.5 pencil tool
-Removed pop d1t11 5:17.861 (<0.001sec) with SF4.5 pencil tool
-Removed pop L channel d1t12 8:09.356, 8:09.386 (<<0.001sec) with SF4.5 pencil tool
-Replaced R channel diginoise d1t12 8:09.353 (0.036sec) with clean L channel
-Removed diginoise d1t12 8:09.353 (0.014sec)
Notes on source #2
The first few seconds of Carolina were trashed due to tape rot. The end of Bowie was cut, so I added a fade out.
The quality of the patch source was comparable to the original shn filesets, however the exact linage of the analog used is
not known. Hopefully this will be considered a more complete upgrade, especially considering the inclusion of the missing songs,
especially the ultra rare Roll Like A Canteloupe. Again - huge thanks to Greg Peeler for digging this up!
Enjoy! Any questions, feel free to email me.