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Phish 07/12/88
Sam's Tavern, Burlington, VT
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Source # 1415 Other Sources
Entered by Matt Vernon
Checksums d1 , d2 , st5
Disc Counts 0 / 2
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Source Summary SBD > Cass/0 > Maxell XLIIS > DAT; Transfer: Tascam DA20 mkII > ZA2 > SF 4.5 > CDWav > SHN, Jimmy Sellers; Notes (qv) by Ben Mohr; Seed provided by Chris Wallace; had been hosted 8/30 with diginoise in d2t3, later fixed track (md5 shown here) provided by Jeff Ishaq 
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Sam's Tavern - Burlington, VT

Source: SBD > Cass/0 > Maxell XLIIS > DAT
Transfer: Tascam DA20 mkII > ZA2 > SF 4.5 > CDWav > SHN

Transferred by Jimmy Sellers ([email protected])
Notes by Ben Mohr ([email protected])
Seed provided by Chris Wallace

Disc 1:      (52:47)
-Set 1 Partial-
1. Blue Bossa      (08:24)
2. Take the A-Train ->      (08:47)
3. Timber (Jerry)      (10:35)
4. Fluffhead ->      (13:42)
5. Jesus Just Left Chicago      (09:08)
[Makisupa Policeman]
[Slave to the Traffic Light]
[AC/DC Bag]
[Run Like an Antelope]

Disc 2:      (63:18)
-Set 2 all-
1. Cities      (04:43)
2. Lizards      (11:38)
3. Sneaking Sally Through the Alley* (10:52)
4. Good Times Bad Times      (07:39)
5. Happy Birthday to Jen      (00:51)
6. Peaches en Regalia**         (03:41)
7. You Enjoy Myself***      (18:03)
8. I Didn't Know****      (05:50)
[Set 3]

* with vocal jam!
** with Happy Birthday lyrics
*** with 'Why should I feed you?' vocal jam
**** with Fish on trombone

-This version includes replaced d2t03
   Replacement track provided by Jeff Ishaq...thanks!
-All copies I have come across have the partial set 1.
-At the end of set 2, Trey says, "We'll take a short break and be right back."
  So, there must have been a third set on this date.

-Removed dropout in d2t08 2:55 (0.030s)
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Date User Comment
08/02/2002 jb FWIW, I have a cass/3 copy of the missing songs from the end of set 1 of this show. The quality isn't great by etree standards (although it's good for a 14 year old 3rd gen cassette...), but if there's anyone out there who wants to take a shot at cleaning it up to complete this shn set, I'd be more than happy to send someone either my actual cassette or a DAT clone thereof. Email me for details.

The reason that I am offering up a less-than-typically-acceptable source for this is that Slave through Roll Like A Canteloupe from this show was one of my favorite pieces of Phish music that I had when I listened to cassettes, and I think it's worth it to take a slightly inferior copy of this portion of the show to get it out there until a better source surfaces.
08/09/2002 New Jersey Funk In listening to the tape of this again, I think the sets are out of order. The TXT file here mentions that after "Set 2" (which I don't have),
Trey mentions that they will be right back, prompting speculation of a 3rd set. However, after (the ass-kicking) Roll Like A Canteloupe
(which is not on this SHN), Trey says "Thank you, that's it, good night.". I think that, most likely, the set that ends with Roll is probably
Set 2 and the other set is actually Set 1.
08/25/2002 Ben Mohr The first and second sets are definitely switched and there was probably not a third set. This information was verified from the Phish Companion. Furthermore, the missing end of the new Set 2 is in the process (8/25/02) of being patched into this source. If you have the incomplete show, please contact me and I will get you the complete show!