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Phish 10/31/86
Sculpture Room, Goddard College, Plainfield, VT
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Entered by Matt Vernon
Checksums d1 , d2 , st5
Disc Counts 2 / 2
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Source Summary SBD > Cass/x > DAT > CDR > EAC > SHN; PCP tree OSPS#5 
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OSPS#5 -- Thanks to Miha Zupanek for making the CD Master of this show!

Sculpture Room at Goddard College
Plainfield, VT
SBD?> Cass(x) > DAT > CDR
Transferred by Travis from Miha's DAT

Disc 1:
   set 1
1. Intro/Tuning 1:36
2. Mustang Sally 5:38
3. Camel Walk 6:28
4. Golgi Apparatus 5:00
5. Slave to the Traffic Light 6:44
6. Melt the Guns> 3:23
7. Dave's Energy Guide> 6:20
8. Sneaking Sally Through the Alley 8:21
9. Halley's Comet> 4:42
10. Creek Jam> 4:25
11. Shaggy Dog 4:21
12. Fluffhead 9:34
Total time: 66:38

Disc 2:
   set 2
1. Jam> 5:46
2. AC/DC Bag 5:55
3. Swing Low Sweet Chariot Jam 2:14
4. Peaches en Regalia 3:32
5. David Bowie 10:19
6. Have Mercy-> 11:48
7. Harry Hood 9:10
8. Sanity 4:56
9. Skin It Back-> 5:57
10. Icculus 3:24
11. Alumni Blues 6:11
Total time: 69:17

There were"cuts" between several of the tracks, probably someones crowd
noise edits and/or tape flips. I cross-faded them best I could. There is
one in the jam on Harry, cross faded it too, doesn't sound too bad. There
are a few points where one channel gets choppy. The worst was at the end of
Halleys where I mixed it to mono for a short section, it was that bad.
Finaly, to normalize I boosted the first set 2.5 db, and the second set 4.5
Show Checksums
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SBD > Cass/0 > SBM > DAT;... (0) flac16, 48kHz;... (0)
Date User Comment
12/16/2000 David Gardner The recording has a room ambience to it so it can't be from the SBD. Audience chatter *during* the songs is a dead giveaway.
12/20/2000 Ben Mohr Many early SBD's often have crowd chatter that can be heard. This would happen if the crowd was close to the stage and the mics picked up the noise. For me, a difference between sbd vs. aud lies in the channel levels. An AUD will usually exhibit some stereo separation. Though I can't speak for this recording right now, hopefully this will clear up some issues.