Allman Brothers Band
SBD > DAT(s) > C(s) (probable) > CDR (via Dave Barret) > EAC > FLAC
1. Intro Jam > Statesboro Blues
2. End Of The Line
3. Blue Sky
4. Nobody Knows
5. Low Down Dirty Mean
7. Come On In My Kitchen
8. Seven Turns
9. Midnight Rider
10. Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
11. Hoochie Coochie Man
01. Kind Of Bird
02. Get On With Your Life
03. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
04. Whipping Post
Re-tracked and cleaned up by mgoldey on Feb 1, 2013.
This sounds like it came from a professionally-mixed SBD source, like what gets done for a radio broadcast, but has a couple of cassette generations in it. The sound quality is actually quite nice, though not at the very beginning. There is some hiss, and the right channel has signal when the left channel does not, just like happens when you plug a casette deck in with cheap RCA cables. There is also some distortion at the beginning of the Intro > Statesboro Blues that sounds just like a tape deck picking up slack.
The same thing happens right after a gap in Melissa, about 45 minutes into the show, during the part where Dickey runs up and down the scales repetatively just before the climax at the end of the song. That's clearly a tape flip. It's unclear whether any music is missing, though. After Melissa ends, there were four seconds of silence (no music lost), as if there was another tape flip on a different tape. Although I don't actually know whether the Melissa flip was made on a "live" recording or on a downstream copy, I think that the longer flip after Melissa is on the source recording, and this copy has a second flip at the end of Melissa that got added when someone made a copy onto cassette. I also think that the copier backed up the master tape a bit, and there was some overlap between Side A and Side B, so that no music was actually lost during the flip, although, unfortunately, the audio is distorted when it picks up again. But I don't know.
Whatever the truth is, the flip has been cross faded as seamlessly as possible. Don't sweat it.
There was another "upstream" tape flip during the crowd noise at about 1:12, and a third before the encore, which have also vanished for your listening enjoyment.
There is some unrepairable static about 1:30 into GDRTFB. Sorry.
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