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Garcia 11/09/74
Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ
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Source # 8661 Other Sources
Entered by Joe Jupille
Checksums shn-md5 , st5
Disc Counts 1 / 2
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2001
04/04/2002
Source Summary Garcia & Saunders, Late Show: MAC (Ihor Slabicky, AKG d190e mics > Sony TC-152sd deck onto Ampex 90min High Frequency Master Cassette) > played on a Nak CR-3A > Lucid AD9624 24-bit A/D converter (44.1kHz) > DAT (Sony R500) > CD 
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Garcia/Saunders
Capitol Theater; Passaic, NJ
11/9/74 Late Show

AUD (Ihor Slabicky, AKG d190e mics > Sony TC-152sd deck
onto Ampex 90min High Frequency Master Cassette):C >
played on a Nak CR-3A > Lucid AD9624 24-bit A/D converter
(44.1kHz) > DAT (Sony R500) > CD

Extraction via EAC, re-tracking via WavMerge and CD Wave,
and .shn encoding via mkwACT.

Disc One 46:42
1. Introduction [0:26]
2. Harder They Come [15:18] [1:34]
3. Favela [10:13] [0:02]
4. //Let it Rock [8:27#] [0:02]
5. //My Problems Got Problems [10:35#] [0:04]

Disc Two 38:38
1. //He Ain't Give You None [11:24#] [0:05]
2. La-La [13:50] ->
3. People Make the World Go 'Round [3:58] [0:02]
4. //How Sweet It Is [9:11#] [0:07]

Notes:
d1t04 Let it Rock cuts in;
d1t05 Problems Got Problems cuts in;
d2t01 HAGYN cuts in;
d2t04 How Sweet cuts in
Show Checksums
shn-md5
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440bb565dbcc1df4dc62e4ac91a3335f *jg+ms1974-11-09bd1t02.shn
79de271202be13ef7528105ecb49e29a *jg+ms1974-11-09bd1t03.shn
bfb8016757f4b1bd987c4f1a62b0f2bf *jg+ms1974-11-09bd1t04.shn
98cebf965c3785c091951270a58563aa *jg+ms1974-11-09bd1t05.shn
91f86157a843f0184675ff57238a57d1 *jg+ms1974-11-09bd2t01.shn
87f80a97a5cc60d000100c79f22c9c2c *jg+ms1974-11-09bd2t02.shn
154760f4ae76f781d7ccd2e4f764d8ca *jg+ms1974-11-09bd2t03.shn
831dcbcda0e1367cd3bc0816eda3790b *jg+ms1974-11-09bd2t04.shn
st5
a272b56ccd6ee7c658f373409cc21d1f [shntool] jg+ms1974-11-09bd1t01.shn
d0922927b668ccb70a414c162e46465d [shntool] jg+ms1974-11-09bd1t02.shn
f8327ab86309fa2c5f43095ae28505ac [shntool] jg+ms1974-11-09bd1t03.shn
ee56a9aef5dba210269c67adbef2ebac [shntool] jg+ms1974-11-09bd1t04.shn
4c0fd36d0763e52d4233863c819f9966 [shntool] jg+ms1974-11-09bd1t05.shn
f9bda26ee201822e9f89dc51217f7193 [shntool] jg+ms1974-11-09bd2t01.shn
1eb21d4c32288e2d9f2b61b256f36029 [shntool] jg+ms1974-11-09bd2t02.shn
39da1f1b66d4482fcb62720b972f0813 [shntool] jg+ms1974-11-09bd2t03.shn
2ef4d12f7d3edfaa003c88c357b31543 [shntool] jg+ms1974-11-09bd2t04.shn

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11/29/2005 jimdavies John Scher introduces the band as "Legion of Mary".
11/30/2005 Joe Jupille Ryan Shriver had told me that, but I still don't hear it. Sounds more like "Garcia & Saunders" to me, but I am prepared to be corrected ... anyone else want to chime in?
04/20/2006 osmosis21 I hear "...please welcome Garcia-Saunders."