July 5, 1993
National Guitar Summit Workshop
Canterbury School -New Milford, Conneticut
Source: unknown aud>cass/x
Transfer: Adaptec cd creator 4>wav>cdr (December 2002)
cd>eac>wav>flac(level 8) (November 28, 2008)
Tagging: Band name, Venue and Song Title in Foobar2000
01. Caravan* [10:49]
02. Bewitched [9:50]
03. Magilla [9:34]
04. One Way Out^ [7:23]
05. Why Don't We Do It In the Road [7:11]
06. Rock Me Baby [9:42]
07. Shaky Ground [8:24]
08. Jump Monk [9:11]
09. ? // [6:38]
* first two minutes contain an inordinate amount of hiss. the source tape had an incredibly low recording level at first which was digitally increased so as to hear the music
^ with source tape splice at @ 3:24
Nearly all songs have cuts before and/or after the songs which I tried to minimize the abruptness of by fading.
Also, the bass is a bit too loud which leads to some dampening.
This is the second 'half' of the guitar seminar that Trey hosted in 1993 where he and (unknown) musicians play various pieces to illustrate the different concepts he'd lectured about previously.
I received this in an analog cassette trade about ten years ago and transferred it to digital about six years ago.
Despite the high gen quality, since I have not seen it seeded before I have transferred my copy to flac to spread it round in the hopes that a better copy will surface.
The first 'half' of this 'show' was previously circulated here:
(though that seed is dated 1993-07-01, I've gone with the date listed for this show in the Phish Companion, 1993-07-05)