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|Torrent||gd1982-08-01.fob.seligman.82883.sbeok.flac16.torrent (click to download)|
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08/01/82 - Sunday
Oklahoma City, OK
Source: (FOB) Nakamichi CM-700s > Sony TC-D5M > MC > Cassette x2
Location: FOB, 12th Row, LOC
Taper: David Seligman
Transfer: 2nd GEN Cassettes > Nakamichi Cassette Deck 2 (azimuth adjusted) > Kind Kables RCA/XLR > Lunatec V3 (@24 bit 96 kHz) >
coax > Audiophile 2496 > WaveLab 5.0 > 24 bit WAV > Waves L3 UltraMaximizer(dither) > 16 bit WAV > CD Wave Editor > TLH > FLAC16.
d1t01 Jack Straw
d1t02 They Love Each Other
d1t03 C C Rider
d1t04 Tennessee Jed
d1t05 Me & My Uncle >
d1t06 Big River
d1t07 China Cat Sunflower >
d1t08 I Know You Rider
d2t01 Playing In The Band >
d2t02 Iko Iko >
d2t03 Playin' Jam >
d2t04 Lost Sailor >
d2t05 Saint Of Circumstance>
d2t06 Drums >
d3t01 Space >
d3t02 The Wheel >
d3t03 Playin' Reprise>
d3t04 Black Peter >
d3t05 Around & Around >
d3t06 Johnny B. Goode
d3t07 U.S. Blues
- levels in left channel were raised slightly
- SBE's fixed w/ Trader's Little Helper. Files encoded @ level 8.
- 2nd GEN cassettes provided by Jake Feinberg
- Transfer, edits and conversion by Alex Ford
- Jerry's 40th Birthday
length expanded size cdr WAVE problems filename
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130:39.58 1382936940 B (totals for 21 files, 1.0000 overall compression ratio)
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|Size||731.06 MB (766573361 Bytes)|
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This one is pure spun gold!!!
|thanks jake and albix! been looking to get rid of my sbd. this might be the playin ive been looking for....
|Nice find Jake! I have bad news for ya. I'm having trouble finding the Kiel show. Sorry. I did find a 1st gen of 8/28/82 that I am going to give a listen to. Someday my friend Mike with all his 82 masters will resurface.
|Nice work guys... Thanks!
|Taping Compendium review of the show....."even the normally soothing TLEO draws blood!"
|it's all about Peter in this one :)
|Any comment on the sound on this? I know the show is good, but the number of cassette gens suggests there may be some major hiss.
|No major hiss except at the quiet parts of Drums/Space.
|Damn, was it hot that day.
|thanks for all the great stuff. it's like you're reading my mind, man!
|thanks a lot!
|First off I want to thank Suraci, Ford, Faintych CDavis and all others deadicated to uncovering aud sources from the long lost summer tour of '82....with the recent Mance Iowa recording and now the Seligman Zoo Fob we are on our way..but we need help. Where is a stealth aud from Kiel (the board is jittery and amped) and how about the Alpine shows....talk about a couple of shows that deserve the aud perspective....alright im off the soapbox
This show has very special meaning for me. It was taped by a dear friend David Seligman who now resides in the port town of Stuart, Fl and recently had John Kruk surgury removing his left nut. The guy is in pain but he does have the internet and can reep the benefits of this typical Albix touch up. The show speaks for itself..it is often overshadowed by the starlight show from two night later and rightfully so but this show puts the band in a different light. Jerry looked like hell warmed over but he managed to cool down in the sooner heat long enough for a competant China>Rider and a sleak pre-drumz performance....
A really big thanks to alex ford who labored through muddy analogs and hours of needlsome translation to put together this much needed source (will someone please get rid of that Beyer 160 on the database)
One last shout out to Uncle Barry Bryson whos the best damn uncle in the whole world.....much love from the desert, Jake.
|great show , thanks a lot.
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