|Entered by||Joe Jupille|
|Checksums||ffp , md5|
|Disc Counts||1 / 1|
|Source Summary||flac1644; motb 0159; set I only; Robert Castelli; Analog Audience Source: Master Cassettes (MAC); Medium Stock Brands: Maxell UD C90; Analog Lineage: ECM 270 >> Sony TC110 >> MAC; Analog Sound Preservation: MAC >> Nakamichi CR7a => Korg MR-1000 >> DSF [1-bit 5.6448 MHz Stereo] >> Korg MR-1000 => Korg AudioGate >> WAV [24/96] ... FLAC1644; Transfer By: Bob Menke; Mastering By: Derek McCabe & David Minches; Speed correction by Joe B. Jones.|
This appears to be the first known instance of GASB 6-14-1974, which isn't listed on the Jerry Site (and wasn't here at db.etree).
Based on sample listening to several songs in common with 6-12 and 6-13 (including the 6-13 labeled as 6-12), this is a distinct performance.
Compare the material leading up to "I'll Be a Gambler." On 6-12 they tune a while and go into it. On 6-13 they decide to figure out the old style microphone arrangement. On this 6-14 they open the set with it and tell the sound guy that the mic configuration is only for this one song.
Also, listen to the end of Swing '42 in each date (the first set 6 minute, not the second set 12 minute versions). "That was Swing '42." "Django Rheinhardt thanks you." "That was written by Django, it's called Swing '42."
When you think about it, why would they have played Wed and Thu nights but not Friday?
jpciii confirms "David Minches did a huge analysis to verify that this was indeed the 14, just as Robert had labeled his tape."