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String Cheese Incident 07/27/01
Aladdin Theatre, Las Vegas, NV
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Entered by Brad Leblanc
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Disc Counts 2 / 3
Media Size
Date Circulated
Date Added
8/10/01
08/22/2001
Source Summary MBHO 603's > DMic20 > DA-P1 > Sony PCM-R300 > Digital Coax > EGO-SYS U2A Waveterminal > Soundforge 4.5 > CDWave > MKW > .shn 
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String Cheese Incident
Aladdin Theatre, Las Vegas, NV.
07/27/2001

Recorded by: Matt Verady and Brian Hormann (Grout)
Source: MBHO 603's > DMic20 > DA-P1
Transferred by: Grout ([email protected])
transfer: Sony PCM-R300 > Digital Coax > EGO-SYS U2A Waveterminal >
Soundforge 4.5 > CDWave > MKW > SHN

Disc 1
Set 1:
01. San Jose
02. Got What He Wanted
03. Freedom Jazz Dance
04. Barstool

Disc 2
01. Joyful Sound > Jam >
02. Turn This Around
03. Daryl
Set 2:
04. Get Down Tonight*
05. Howard

Disc 3
01. Dudley's Kitchen
02. Windy Mountain > Jam >
03. Impressions^ >
04. Drums^ >
05. Shakin' the Tree^
06. Crowd
Encore:
07. Viva Las Vegas >
08. How Mountain Girls Can Love >
09. Viva Las Vegas



Guests:
* with Karl Denson on saxophone and Andy Cleaves on trumpet
^ with Mike Dillon on pecussion
Notes:
First Time Played: Viva Las Vegas (Elvis Presley cover, sung by Nershi
dressed in full Elvis attire)

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Date User Comment
01/30/2002 Brad Leblanc There is now a fixed copy of this show circulating in which Brian Cole removed 5 or 6 pops using CEP or SF 5.0. More info to come.