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|Description|| Grateful Dead|
Rochester War Memorial
Source:2-Sennheiser MD421's>Sony D5
Location: FOB-11th row DFC @6 ft high on stand(head high)
2 maxell UD-XL2-S-Cassette MASTERS
Psycho-Acoustical Productions 1983
Transfer:Cassette Masters> Sony TC-W21>Edirol Digi-Mod UA5@44.1khz>Optical out>>Nomad JB3>WAV>Poulderbits Sound Editor for (fades/cuts)>FlacFrontend (level-8)>flac-16
Tapeflips joined with Media Join 2.0
Transfered and edited and seeded freely by Muletaper 11-18-2007
No hiss reduction
No Digital Audio Editing
Raw off the cassette masters.
*Tape flip between rooster and dire wolf -no loss
*Tapefip in between Hes Gone and Little star in set 2
*Tape starts at beginning of little start
*Tapeflip splice at beginning of around an around
**most all transitions are smoothe
My Brother Esau,
Brown Eyed Women,
Little Red Rooster,*
Lazy Lightning >
Feel Like A Stranger,
Samson & Delilah,
Ship of Fools,
Maybe You Know,
He's Gone >*
Little Star >
Throwing Stones >
Not Fade Away >
Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad >
Around and Around >*
Johnny B. Goode,
E: It's All Over Now Baby Blue
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|this is 1983 ..part of the 83 project we are working on ...sorry not 84 ...MT what wher you thinking !!!!:)
THIS IS AMAZING SOUNDING FOR AN AUDIENCE TAPE!
NICE WORK GUYS!
THANKS FOR ALL THE NEW GREAT F.O.B'S
|Thank you for all this work!
|thanks man. The Dead always played well in Rochester.
These Coyotte tapes are really nice.
Is Little Star the same thing as Bob Star?
|Little star by name
bob star, or bobby shining are other used thru the years
|if some folks would be so nice to stay and seed I would appreciate it 27 snatches and 7 seeders,thats pathetic!!
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|this is a very trippy show. I know, I was there.
|another Coyotte via the Mule! thank you sirs!
|I was there too! Thanks for posting this one.
|yup, this does sound nice - thanks for sharing!
you know it's a good show when they played both Shakedown and Stranger - funkin' out in the War Memorial!
and, it is quite true that they consistently played well here in Rochester - first at the U of R Palestra in '70 and '71, then the War Memorial in '73, '76, '77 and '78...then the hot September afternoon in '79 at Holleder Stadium, then back to the War Memorial in '80, '82, '83, '84 and '85, and fianlly the 2 shows at Silver Stadium in '87 and '88...
why'd they like Rochester? The rumor was that Jerry had a really good coke connection here - but couldn't most cities claim that? ;)
btw, what the heck does DFC really stand for? Listening on headphones, this recording seems to favor the left channel a bit - if DFC means Dead Center, then shouldn't the music be evenly spaced across the soundstage?
thanks Rick and MT for spreading these great '83s!
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