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Meadows Music Theatre, Hartford, CT
June 30, 2000
Taper: Mike Vernal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Source: Neumann ak40s > Neumann lc-3 active cables > Neumann km100s >
Audio Magic Presto II XLRs > Apogee AD-1000
Location: Front Row, DFC, Tapers, 45 degree split
DAT > SHN: PCM-R500 > Audiomedia III/Powermac G3/233 > Pro Tools 4.3.2
Panasonic 7502 (burn/extract)
01: Set I Intro - 00:30:14
02: Ha Ha Ha - 01:53:00
03: AC/DC Bag - 12:51:06
04: Tweezer -> - 12:15:64
05: Runaway Jim - 15:06:22
06: Sneakin Sally Through the Alley -> - 08:16:26
07: Ginseng Sullivan - 03:53:16
08: Guyute - 10:50:11
Total: - 63:38:09
01: Golgi Apparatus -> - 04:38:37
02: Tweezer Reprise -> - 03:12:34
03: Possum - 10:57:32
04: Set II Intro - 01:05:23
05: Haley's Comet - 15:06:45
06: Mango Song -> - 12:06:46
07: Twist Around - 10:38:49
08: Inlaw Josie Wales - 03:29:36
Total: - 61:17:00
01: Get Back on the Train -> - 06:43:71
02: Makisupa Policeman - 06:32:10
03: Farmhouse - 06:20:18
04: Sleeping Monkey - 05:51:62
05: David Bowie - 16:29:41
06: Cavern - 07:54:00
Total: - 49:53:49
|Last seeder||Last activity 803 days, 20:16:55 ago|
|Size||994.61 MB (1042919258 Bytes)|
|Num files||26 files|
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|Yea im looking for this too , more seeeeeeeds
he just upped this a few minutes ago.
|Requested at Week4paug.net......My wife and I left the japan shows and spent a week and a half in Thailand, then left Thailand, back through Japan (8 Hours?), flew to New York (8 hours?), caught a train to CT (1.5 hours), borrowed my mom's car and drove up to Hartford (2 hours)...all in all we travelled about 24 hours straight to get to this show, including 2 Thursdays due to the time change...we made it in during the Bag jam, totally confused but happy. If you went to this show and found a fleece Lowe hoody on the track behind the last row of seats, it's my wife's....thanks...
|Great story caravan... and thanks for the show!
|nice first set
|so the second show of the tour after (finally) running into my fam, dont have a ticket but the beer is good to me, cant stand being in the lot (they were really far from the venue!) and head closer to find a way in. low and behold, the halley's opener, i start running, heading around to the back, shit, and now mango song? find a totally weird entrance with two umm, locals i guess? guarding what looks like a service ramp. i'm casual. dood offers me a ticket for five dollars. i tell him it's free. he caves, i bounce, make it in to the lawn for a wonderful makisupa and raging bowie, not to mention the cavern with tweezer teases (i think?) AND the old alternate lyrics.
|yeah, I remember we parked and had to walk (run) like a mile to the venue. it was weak, tons of traffic too....
|one bourbon, one scotch...and a BIG OLE ^%$
really fun show! A freight train passing on tracks right next to the venue sparked the high-spirited GBOTT.
This was also the show where two VERY YOUNG women in the lot were selling the FISHMAN HIT ON ME stickers. We laughed ourselves sick, then bought out all they had left. They still adorn our coolers and guitar cases today, and were mentioned by Trey during the 2003 Star Lake Harpua ("JIMMY HIT ON ME")
|oops, the GBOTT was the other night
|Caravan: I love hearing your stories about the Phish shows. I like reading comments almostas much as listening to the shows.
Please don't take this wrong, but how the heck do you do it? You were there in early 90s, then fly off to Japan (and Europe I am assuming). How do you, or did you, find the time to do it? I think it is really great and I am jealous that you did it, but wonder how.
Were you self employed, have an awesome boss, etc? Please keep the stories coming, and sorry but my curiosity got the best of me. Thansk for the seed....Charlie
|Let's just say I used to be self-employed. I don't care to further incriminate myelf, even though it was all a long time ago (more than 7 years LOL!)..I was in the right place in the right time at the right age too, so I was able to see a lot of shows in the early years due to a college kids lax schedule. plus I flunked out in 91 and saw a buttload of shows that year, but I finally did graduate in 92.....I'll keep the stories coming, unless someone tells me I'm annoying....
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