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Lemonwheel Day 1 of 2
Loring Air Force Base, Limestone, ME
Source: FOB > Schoeps CMC6/MK21 > Sonosax SX-M2 > Apogee AD-1000
Transfer: Sony R300 DAT > optical SPDIF > Zoltrix Nightingale @ 44.1 kHz > CD Wave 1.56 > Sound Forge 6.0 (fades only) > MKW 0.97b > SHN w/seek tables appended
No resampling, no DAE, seamless, dank, etc :)
DAT supplied by: Russell Sarquis
Transferred by: Rob Garland (email@example.com)
Disc One - Set Ia - 50:56
1. Mike's Song > - 10:08
2. Simple - 11:53
3. Beauty of My Dreams - 03:20
4. Roggae - 09:06
5. Split Open and Melt* - 12:02
6. Poor Heart - 04:27
Disc Two - Set Ib - 60:25
1. Moma Dance - 12:58
2. Divided Sky - 16:57
3. Water in the Sky - 03:27
4. Funky Bitch > - 07:50
5. Cities** > - 08:41
6. Weekapaug Groove - 10:32
Disc Three - Set IIa - 74:18
1. The Wedge - 06:59
2. Reba - 17:02
3. Gumbo^ > - 13:33
4. Sanity - 05:35
5. Tweezer - 16:11
6. The Horse > - 01:35
7. Silent In The Morning - 05:22
8. Chalkdust Torture - 08:01
Disc Four - Sets IIb, III - 70:24
1. Slave To The Traffic Light^^ - 10:46
2. NICU > - 05:39
3. Bowie Intro > - 08:55
4. David Bowie - 16:22
5. Strange Design - 03:10
6. Limb by Limb - 11:34
7. Brian and Robert - 03:42
8. Loving Cup - 10:16
Disc Five - Encore, Set IV - 74:46
1. Halley's Comet > - 06:58
2. Cavern > - 04:09
3. Tweezer Reprise+ - 09:00
4. Ambient Jam - 54:39
* "By request, for a little boy named Sam."
** Third verse was about "The Garden of Infinite Pleasantries,"
instead of the normal verse about Memphis; with "Sneakin'
^ Jam out of which sounded very much like "Tweezer Reprise."
^^ With glowstick war.
+ After Tweezer Reprise, Trey explained that the band wanted to
do something to combine ideas from The Clifford Ball and The
Great Went, going into detail about the band/fan artwork from
last year, and announced that the band would do a free-form
ambient jam (lyric-less; nearly an hour long; "in the Brian
Eno style of ambient music"), surrounded by candles that were
made by the audience throughout the day. There were no other
lights used during the jam (the band used only the light from
the candles), which Trey explained is similar to the idea of
what happens during a glow-stick war, with the light for the
band coming from the fans. Because candles were placed througout
the stage, Trey explained that they were in fact playing in a
"temple of fire" (as advertisements for summer tour shows had
announced). After finishing the jam, the band picked up tiki
torches, lit them using the candles, and lit a small stone (?)
temple (which was left burning overnight and throughout the
band's performance on Sunday).
Setlist courtesy of Phish.Net HPB
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|I think this just recently died out, justed wanted to keep it going.
By the way, if anyone feels like seeding the soundcheck from Lemonwheel, please feel free.
08/16 is coming in a few minutes.
|I edited the Ambient Set a few years ago into a really nice disc beginning with this source and fading into the existing SBD FM for the majority of the set....had a lot of radio static at the beginning due to the weak signal. I may post it in a day or so.
|anyone know if there is an FM version of this show that circulates? According to the list of Phish SBDs that circulate (http://www.freedumb.net/sbd/sbdlist.html) one exists but I've never seen it on etree. (And apparently, there's an FM copy of the soundcheck from 8/14/98 too!)
|there is fm of bits and pieces, but the whole show doesn't circulate in FM. There were problems with the feed throughout the weekend.
I brought gear for recording FM and was disappointed, especially after the kickass feed that we got the year before at the Went.
|d of g
|theres an sbd out there..
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