|Checksums||shn-md5 , st5|
|Disc Counts||3 / 3|
|Source Summary||S : PreFM > MR > PCM > DAT > CDA > DAW (Bertha) > CDA - d1t01 and d3 S : FM > R > DAT > CDA > DAW (Bertha) > CDA - d1t02-d2t07 Bertha Remaster by [email protected] Extraction and .shn encoding by Alan J Fink ([email protected]) via EAC and MKW. Proper extraction and sector boundaries verified via EAC and shntool.|
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|09/16/2004||Hokker||The second set is really good but be warned the stella blue gets so slow it actually comes to a complete stop!|
|09/18/2004||Why the heck would anyone split Let it Grow?|
|09/18/2004||a disc change in drumz might be considered better than somewhere else in the following 80 minutes of jamming.|
If you compare the pre-refined Bertha version to the
refined Bertha version, i think you'll hear that the
work Jay and i did on this GREAT show makes it well worth
adding this version to your collection!
anyone care to trade and see for yourself?
(Notice there's no split in Let it Grow)
Here's what I have:
Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco, CA
July 18, 1976
(CDA - 3 discs, SHN - 3 discs)
S : PreFM > MR > PCM > DAT > CDA > DAW (Bertha) > CDA - d1t01 and d3
S : FM > R > DAT > CDA > DAW (Bertha) > CDA - d1t02-d2t07
Bertha Remaster by [email protected]
Bertha Remaster refined by Chris Frisco, 10/02
01. Mississippi Half-Step
03. Row Jimmy
04. Mama Tried
05. Scarlet Begonias
06. Looks Like Rain
07. Tennessee Jed
08. New Minglewood Blues
10. The Music Never Stopped
01. Might As Well
02. Samson And Delilah
04. Lazy Lightnin'>
06. Let It Grow>
08. Let it Grow>
09. Wharf Rat>
01. The Other One>
02. St. Stephen>
03. Not Fade Away>
04. St. Stephen
05. The Wheel
06. The Other One
07. Stella Blue
08. Sugar Magnolia
09. E) Johnny B. Goode
Digitally remastered using a custom built,
Dual-DAW, nicknamed Bertha, by [email protected] on 2/14/2002.
Some tracks are from an FM source.
All PreFM versions are this way.
More than 30 small dropouts and glitches were repaired.
Most of these problems seem to be the same as would be found
in HD transfers where the buffer settings were improperly set.
Regardless of whether it was a HD transfer, or a PCM transfer,
it is one of the worst digital transfers I have seen.
Hopefully, the work done to correct these problems makes listening a bit more enjoyable.
De-glitched by Chris Frisco at the Frisco Refinery,
and seeded to CDead Oct. 2002.
An additional 34 dropouts and glitches were repaired.
Only the strange remain (the following glitches could not be fixed without
altering the wav, so were left alone):
d1t5: 4.00, 8.28
d2t7: 1.03, 1.46
|09/18/2004||Diana||So Chris, I take it this AJF seed would be "pre-refined"? If you have the txt/md5s for your seed, please do submit the info using the link at the bottom of the GD tables or at the bottom of the front db.etree.org page, so it'll get its own record. Thanks!|