The University of Vermont
Source: SBD > Cass/? > CDR > EAC > Audacity 1.2.4 > CDWAV (retracking) > FLAC16
Transfer by: Taperwayne
01. Unknown//Fresh Rutabega*
02. AC/DC Bag >
03. Dear Mrs. Reagan
04. //Prep School Hippie
05. //Quinn The Eskimo >
06. Slave To The Traffic Light
07. Makisupa Policeman//
08. Have Mercy
09.//Banter > Bob Dylan Band Jam
10. Dog Gone Dog >
01. //You Enjoy Myself
03. Camel Walk >
04. Alumni Blues >
05. Letter To Jimmy Page
06. Alumni Blues > Jam
Green Dolphin Street Demo -1985
Source: 4-Track > Cass/? > CDR >EAC >FLAC16
07. And So To Bed
08. You Enjoy Myself
09. On Green Dolphin Street >
10. Harry Hood
11. Slave To The Traffic Light
12. Run Like An Antelope
13. The Divided Sky
14. Letter To Jimmy Page
* Trey's dad singing and playing ukelele - possibly solo - may have been soundcheck or the very tail end of an opening set
** performed three times, first as Anarchy, second as "Nazi Trustes" and last as "Killer African Bees"
Notes: If you are a fan of sound quality, you may want to pass this one over - there is a fair amount of tape hiss and it's taken from an analog of
unknown generations. And it's 1986.
That said if you a phan of history, you'll want to stay tuned.
This has not circulated in a lossless format before, and it's the best copy I could locate. Consider it a gap filler until an upgrade surfaces.
First off, it's the final circulating gig with Jeff Holdsworth, and one of very few examples of Phish as a 5 man band.
Earth Day at UVM. The gig was likely performed outdoors.
Trey's dad opens the show playing and singing, possibly just a soundcheck, or possibly the tail end of an opening set.
There was deck pausing done between almost all of the songs - but the jams seem to be intact. I notated the tape cuts.
The jam at the end of Alumni had an abrupt cut - so I opted for a fade out.
The Green Dolphin Street Demo is a post Bivouac Juan, pre White Tape demo that included some of the same material as the Bivouac Tape.
It came labeled to me exactly as that: Green Dolphin Street Demo 1985.
A few of these songs are earlier mixes of material that ended up on The White Tape.
Since it's precise origin is unknown - I hope nobody objects - expecially since the sound quality is by far inferior to the released version of the
White Tape and there are subtle variations.
It was likely a mix of material recorded on 4-track in NJ with Bivouac and in Burlington VT in 1985.
Any questions regarding this material - feel free to drop a line to me at [email protected]