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|Show||Grateful Dead 1982-08-07 Alpine Valley *FOB/New to Circulation*|
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East Troy, WI.
August 7, 1982
Source: *Mics>Sony D5M>Master Cass.>1st Gen
Location: FOB, exact location and stand height unknown
Transfer: Nak CR5A>Lunatec V3(analog out)>722@24/96
Editing: Adobe Audition 2.0 dither and resample 16Bit>Cdwav/tracking>flac16
Transfer and upload by Tony Suraci aka nak700
Disc One/Set One:
The Music Never Stopped
The Music Never Stopped
Me and My Uncle
It Must Have Been the Roses
Ramble on Rose
On the Road Again
Let it Grow
Disc Two/Set Two:
I Know You Rider
Women Are Smarter
Ship of Fools
Playin in the Band
Disc Three/Set Two cont:
Playin in the Band
One More Saturday Night
U. S. Blues
Notes: This is the 16Bit version. 24 Bit is archived on DVDA.
*These tapes were given to me in October 1982, while living in Boulder,
Co. I was told they were a first gen copy off the masters.
I have a feeling these mics are Nak 700's and the deck is probably a D5.
I do not remember the tapers name.
Since there are no other audience sources available, I decided to seed this version.
Special thanks to Jake Feinberg. Jake is solely responsible for getting me
to seed this show.
|Last seeder||Last activity 15 days, 17:51:02 ago|
|Size||1018.18 MB (1067642554 Bytes)|
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|I bet the taper was Matt Field he was living in Boulder at that time and was using nak 300's, just a guess
|This is what I am talking about....commitment to excellence by Suraci! This aud is ripe with fresh gd energy....the let it grow is massive and you get nice phil ripples throughout the show.....I am solely responsible for this content. How bout some Keil aud love??
|Super. How can new sources still be surfacing? Great. Thanks.
|The "China>Rider" is freakin amazing!!!! It's Jerry....just being...well...Jerry :) Thanks for this!
|this is a solid show....looking forward (as always) to checking out new auds and retiring a sterile sbd.....thanks!
|finally! oh baby. the nak guy is kicking us down huge
|whynotus 2007-03-20 21:47:47
I bet the taper was Matt Field he was living in Boulder at that time and was using nak 300's, just a guess
That's a good possibility. I knew who Matt was but did not have access to him. The friend who gave me this 1st gen did.
Like I've said before, I hate seeding stuff that is not mine, never mind stuff I have no solid source info for. Jake and I felt this one needed to be transfered and seeded. The taper may see this and say WTF? Oh well, at least it's out there for now :> and maybe he will seed the master.
The only thing I know about this source for sure is that it is FOB. Pretty much every spot under the shed at Alpine is FOB, since the board is in the back of the pavilion.
|a first gen will still sound killer with your transfer setup nakguy
|i mean nak700 "guy" ... - this is defintely an upgrade
|Sounds fantastic - thanks mucho!
|i'm still downloading,UGH!
|thanks for this. all the killer early 80's shows,especially the auds have been great.
|NICE! Listening to this recording right now. This was my second show....I have had a 2nd gen audience tape since 1982. Taper was a guy from Chicago named Spike, I got the tape from his buddy Dizzy. Equipment was Sennheiser 441's > D5. Would like to see that master show up someday as well. Thanks for this one, I had quite an experience at this show. A tall tale indeed.
|This was my first bootleg show - a Nth generation SBD. I was so happy to get the Dick's Picks. But it has NO Phil! I cranked my bass way up and still got almost no Phil. Who does the killer matrices around here? This incredible show is in dire need of a SBD/AUD version, probably 50/50. I'm gonna give it a shot, but I've never put together a matrix, so it probably won't be good enough to present to anybody else, much less seed. Who out there will give this show what it needs - PHIL!!
|Thank you , thank you , thank you ... please keep this one seeded ... whooohooo!!!
|Thanks for the seed!
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