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|Show||Acoustic All Stars 07-15-1995 Winterhawk Bluegrass Festival DSBD [fresh transfer] O'Brien, Bush, Fleck, Douglas, Duncan, Schatz|
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|Description||Another well circulated show but new to me! Thanks Sean.|
Acoustic All Stars
Winterhawk Bluegrass Festival
July 15, 1995
Source: DSBD DAT from Sean Hawkins
Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 > Tascam CD-RW 700 (pass through) >
M-Audio 24/96 > @ 24 Bit to Wavelab > to 16 bit CD WAVE > FLAC
Transfers and Seeded to bt.etree.net by Bill Koucky January 2007
Tim O’Brien – Guitar
Sam Bush – Mandolin
Bela Fleck – Banjo
Jerry Douglas – Dobro
Stuart Duncan – Fiddle
Mark Schatz – Bass
Mollie O’Brien – Backround Vocals
Sharon & Cheryl White - Backround Vocals
1. Intro Bill Vernon
2. 99 Years And One Dark Day
3. Paddy On The Turnpike
4. Band Intros
5. Can't You Hear Me Callin'
6. - Enter Sharon & Cheryl White -
7. My Darlin' Cory Is Gone
8. Movin' Out - Bela Fleck & Mark Schatz Banjo Duet
9. This Heart Of Mine
10. Sam sings “The Love Boots”
11. Midnight On Stormy Deep
12. Molly & Tenbrooks
13. – Enter Mollie O’Brien –
14. Sittin' Alone In The Moonlight
15. Foggy Mountain Special
16. White House Blues
17. Band Intros, Crowd
18. Nine Pound Hammer
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|Size||353.43 MB (370595654 Bytes)|
|Num files||21 files|
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|Fantastic! Thank you Sean and Bill for this!
|oh, man! I'm going to have to get another harddrive, just dedicated to all the fantastic stuff that you're sharing, whynotus. Thanks for this, as well as the many others.
|Bill, this is great...you just keep on rolling 'em out.
I can't recall which sets I have and on what format of some of these things, but your transfers are so sweet! I appreciate the additions and upgrades.
Thanks for all the work. Really. I was thinking today how 10 years ago I donated some bluegrass DAT's and cassette masters to a friend/achrivist at the the Smithsonian and was wondering what other archivists do with such voluminous and diverse recordings.
This site is one of the best ways to preserve the music and pass it down, like a folk tradition....cool.
|Well said, Freeborn_Man.
"Thanks again, Bill."
|these Acoustic All Star shows are always unbelievable, I cant wait to hear this one, thank you for your effort and seeding!
(hate to do this, but I lost an old AAllStars show that had Victor Wooten on it and the rest of the All Star Crew. I think it might have been 95, but cant remember, anyone know this show date???)
|I love to tell this story......
This set started at 2am in the morning,and went til 3:15 am, after 14 hours of excellent music in the hot son, but not as hot as the previous day I have heard. We were woken up that morning by some sort of weather annomily, an 80 MPH gust of wind blew through & pretty much levelled the place, tents flying & lawn chairs in the air, no-one was hurt & allowed for some nice seating down close. This was my first Winterhawk & I haven't missed one since, we drove from Arlington Virginia pretty much for the schedualed "Midnight Jam" but the whole day delivered. Tim & Mollie & The O'Boys, The Nashville Bluegrass Band,The Rowan Brothers & A Peter Rowan & Friends Set that is an all-time keeper, plus a few others I can't recall at the moment. And while there have been some great times on that hill since, this may be the best I've ever been to.
I'll add my thanks for all these fresh transfers of amazing shows, I too have many in DAT format but do not have the time to transfer myself to the much more user friendly computer or CD-r
More hard drives please!!
|Thanks for the kind words about the transfers. I really want to know what you all think of the sound of these and if they are an upgrade to the existing sources in circulation. The fact is they can be better in terms of the edits due to WaveLab i can do the crossfades at the tape flips and I can Maximize the levels with the L3 plugin. I sometimes wonder if I make the recordings too "hot" , that is up the levels too much. I would really appreciate this type of feedback. You may also nitice that whaen I do the tracking I often track the banter, band intros and the applause before the encores (I name that crowd in the text). I feel this way you can skip over that when listening and get to the music.
Another little dirty secret is that I go digtal out of the best sounding DAT into my Tascam CD-RW700 and then analog out in to the M-Audio soundcard and bring it into the CP /WaveLab @ 24 bit / 44.1 and then do the editing at these rate because there is more data to work with. This technique is somewhat contraverisial with the GD community - see neo_levos seeds of my DAT Oakland Coliseum 10.27.91 and my seed of Chris' transfer of GD Saratoga 06/27/85. The fact is I really belive the tapes are improved. What do you think, not about the technique How do these transfers sound?
jbird. I'd love to meet you at Grey Fox this July, I have sent for my tix already. I would also love to have a stab at any of your DATs to transfer, they will be in good hands. get in touch with me. Bill
|The sound is perfect, the performance other-worldly. Thanks so much for sharing this insanely great set.
|Definitely Bill, we should meet there, already got my tickets as well, we camp in the Lower Dry Branch/O'Brien Way area
|Hi Bill, I can't thank you enough for all the fantastic shows you continually are putting up. I just finally put up a couple of shows on Dime and never realized how much work goes into uploading a show. Please keep them coming! I can never get too many Jerry Douglas shows.
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