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Lake Placid, NY
Source: Schoeps CMC64 > BPS-1 > DA-P1
Transfer: DA-20 mkii> Philips CDR 870 > EAC > CDWAV > Soundforge 4.5 > Shntool > SHN
Transfer by: Brandon Johnston -- http://db.etree.org/bisq
1.My Friend My Friend >
2.Poor Heart >
3.A Day in the Life
4.Run Like an Antelope
5.The Mango Song >
9.Chalk Dust Torture
2.Bouncing Around the Room >
5.Also Sprach Zarathustra ->
6.Harry Hood ->
2.Hello My Baby
Show Notes: Page took a nice solo between Tweezer and Tweezer Reprise.
Tech Notes: I extracted the cds as a range and resplit the tracks using CDWAV. The EAC logs for each disc are included. There was some overlapping music between disc 2 and disc 3 on the master cds so I joined them together and split them again so that the music is seamless throughout the second set. I also added fades at the beginning and end of the sets in soundforge. Shntool was also run to remove SBE's.
|Last seeder||Last activity 25:39 ago|
|Size||936.08 MB (981554437 Bytes)|
|Num files||23 files|
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|The last shows of '95 before New Years. All had finally realized, after the passing of another great band that year, that this was officially the new "shit" and the boys had been capitulating by throwing down hard all year, closing out with these two nights, which Trey referred to as home shows for they were not far from VT. As for the shows well d/l them, as for the energy in the venue rocked harder than the legendary hockey game ..........absolute magic........or maybe it was that little piece of paper that made me slip. :^)
|These shows were a blast...discount lift tcket at Whiteface with your Phish stub too. I bought my first dave and Amy piece here, and had the best French Bread Pizza ever (best L on this tour too!).......
|Thanks again, glad to get them on cd after all these years the search is over.
|great setlist. if i end up grabbing all of the shows i hope to, ill have all of 95 starting from 11-30. and i really have no problem with that.
thanks for everything.
|This was a great two night run. Love this venue in the winter! Are these new/different sources than the previously posted? Thanks
|Wow, Dave and Amy!!! Haven't heard those names mentioned in a long time. What ever happened to them? Does anyone know if they still are producing those beautiful pieces anymore? Lest we forget the exceptional French Bread Pizza from that tour/era (from the blue van, right?).
|These shows were a blast. I was so psyched when my roommate could not go and he sold me his tickets. I think it was the second night when it dumped about 8"of snow during the show. Thank goodness I had 15K feet of cat 5 ethernet cable in the back of my car which gave me enough traction to get over the Appalachian gap. My tires were spinning about 60, but my festiva was rolling along at about 5MPH. :)
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