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|Show||Phish 1992-05-09 The Armory - Syracuse, NY|
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THE ARMORY, SYRACUSE, NY
SOURCE: 2 Nak300's > DAT
CONVERSION: CTD8000H-S > DAT2WAV > SOUNDFORGE 5.0
(Resampling from 48kHz to 44.1kHz, level 4 w/anti
alias filtering) > CD WAVE (track splits) > SHN
01. RUNAWAY JIM
04. SPLIT OPEN AND MELT
05. GUELAH PAPYRUS *
07. FEE >
01. THE SQUIRMING COIL
02. I DIDN'T KNOW #
03. RUN LIKE AN ANTELOPE
04. SUZY GREENBERG >
05. THE DIVIDED SKY
06. TELA >
03. COLD AS ICE
04. CRACKLIN' ROSIE > %
06. GOLGI APPARATUS
07: POOR HEART >
08: TWEEZER REPRISE
* During the pause a fan jumped the stage and hugged Mike.
After security removed her from the stage, Trey told the
audience that it was Mike's mom coming up so he could wish
her happy Mothers Day. Mike agreed.
# w/ Mimi Fishman
% dedicated to Mimi Fishman
Removed dropout: d3t08 at 01:57
Seeded 4/10/01 by Robert Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Last seeder||Last activity 165 days, 11:39:26 ago|
|Size||1.001 GB (1074932621 Bytes)|
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Big thanks to TheIguana for co-seeding!!!
|Mr Dan, not a problem..lets do it! Nice choice
|This was a fun show. It was a huge venue for the time and there was tons of open space at the back and sides...It was a big cavernous place. I think the whole show is really good, esp. the Tela and the Tweezer, plus this was one of my first Harpuas. The Tweezer Reprise to end it was huge, the whole place was rattling. i used to have the soundboard on analog, and the quallity was amazing...the tweeprise shook walls. I know someone out there has it....worth a d/l for sure if you have never heard it....the divided sky is killer too....and the foam....it's all good really
|I'd LOVE to hear a SBD of this...
Antelope set 1 closer is great... Trey's fired up.
|I friend of mine destroyed my SBD copy. I've been waiting for over a decade to get another copy. It's out there somewhere. Somebody please post it.
|Thanks for seeding this one guys! I can't wait to jump on it when I get home.
|I'll check your tapes caravan...I think I remember seeing it......
|Has the marmar been secretly amassing a huge load of unreleased shows to dump on us in the near future?!! :)
|my 2nd show...great time. I'd love the SBD of it. The Tweezer Reprise was indeed spectacular. I got a chance to see a few Harpuas but this is favorite. I had actually never heard Harpua before so I remember thinking the whole thing amuzing. I especially loved Mike and Page's back and forth after the death of PNB.
|what a great show this was. like caranvans said, cavernous toward the dges. beer lkegs set up serving in platic cups ovewr fold out tables in the rear corner. the matrix grid dance party unfolded on stage right during the tweezer and the jam takes a technoed digi-direction that had never been tapped by a tweezer before. The closest jam to compare it to is the second half of the jam during the Weekapaaugh during set 3 of day one of BC. that's right, I'm getting that deep on ya and this show deserves such details. I have this sdb on analog, and it is that sick, but mine is a 6th gen or so and a high appears part way through the tweezer , so someone will pop up a cleaner copy, callin out to ya!
marmar? i tried to e-mail to offer some of my tapes, but no reply?
|yeah, the 2nd set could be in there.....
|I believe I have a board of just the second set on DAT... I'll take a look
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