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December 4, 1996
San Diego, CA
source: FOB Nuemann km 140 -> DA-P1
(FOB right side around 3rd to 5th row)
transfer: Fostex D5 -> optical cable -> Hosa ODL-276 -> S/PDIF coax cable ->
EgoSys Waveterminal 2496 -> CoolEdit 2000 (48->44.1kHz, fades) ->
CD Wave v1.71 -> mkwACT 0.97b1
transferred by: Jason Sobel (email@example.com)
note: both discs require 80 minute discs.
- Disc 1 - [78:06.236]
01 - [00:15.853] - intro
02 - [06:21.213] - My Friend My Friend
03 - [07:32.413] - Chalk Dust Torture
04 - [03:45.266] - Horn
05 - [04:19.920] - Uncle Pen
06 - [06:21.626] - Timber Ho
07 - [04:53.173] - Sample in a Jar
08 - [02:40.266] - Train Song
09 - [10:20.080] - Guyute
10 - [05:51.320] - Character Zero
11 - [10:32.000] - Lizards
12 - [15:13.106] - David Bowie
- Disc 2 - [78:06.597]
01 - [00:19.840] - intro
02 - [01:32.440] - Ha Ha Ha ->
03 - [16:01.333] - Mike's Song ->
04 - [08:29.840] - Prince Caspian ->
05 - [03:29.000] - Sparkle ->
06 - [07:29.493] - Punch You in the Eye
07 - [03:27.186] - Life on Mars?
08 - [12:27.920] - Reba
09 - [01:05.613] - Trey thanking catering people
10 - [02:41.933] - Lawn Boy
11 - [07:51.293] - Weekapaug Groove
12 - [02:49.986] - encore break
13 - [10:20.720] - Jesus Just Left Chicago
|Last seeder||Last activity 282 days, 23:10:31 ago|
|Size||864.92 MB (906933524 Bytes)|
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|Awesome! Thanks! I saw that there is a SBD of one of the sets from this show listed in the database, if anyone has this to share I would appreciate it.
Also, if anyone can seed the 12-1-1996 LA show, I would appreciate it!
|thanks for the up, these 140's sound great. i hope the cow palace pops up from this source
|I've had this on CD for quite a while. This show is fantastic. Great recording too.
A Reunion for Phish?
Burlington, Vermont - August 21, 2008
It was an emotional goodbye for Phish in 2004 after the Vermont-grown group toured for twenty years. Phish played some of its earliest shows at Nectar's on Main Street in Burlington in the 1980s, but by the 90s they were playing for 10, 20, even 100,000 fans at huge venues and festivals.
Since their farewell bow, the jam rockers' huge legion of fans have hoped they'd reunite. Bassist Mike Gordon says, "Four years ago, I didn't think it would happen but now I am pretty sure it will."
Gordon says he and his former bandmates plan to meet soon to discuss getting back together. The guys have spent the past few years working on individual music projects. Gordon recently released a new CD. He says, "I am definitely focusing on my own thing, but in my opinion the Phish thing is pretty likely at this point, because people are so healthy and enthusiastic about it among the band members. The vibe is really good."
As to when this may happen, Gordon says, "I don't know exactly, but soon enough, we'll have a better idea."
The possible Phish reunion comes as great news to the DJs at WBKM radio. Eric Koval says, "It would be monstrous. And wonderful!"
"Burlington's Kind of Music" broadcasts the city's rock legends as a big part of its playlist for a worldwide internet audience. They say a comeback would, in a word, be huge, because Phish's dedication to live performances and to pure music would galvanize their immense fan base. Koval would like to see Phish "come together to enrich the band's life and our life."
WBKM's Tony Gallucci adds, "You felt like [watching Phish perform] was part of something you did together with the band. That's unique in art and music."
The group's keyboardist Page McConnell left fans a message on Phish's website a few weeks back saying a Phish reunion is something he thinks about a lot and that he's looking forward to discussing it with his friends from the band.
People close to the band's frontman Trey Anastasio tell Channel 3 he's happy and healthy after completing a program in New York for drug abuse, and that he's looking forward to doing more of what he loves: making music. So he'll certainly be a big part of those conversations.
Anastasio and his bandmates have given hundreds of thousands of dollars to area non-profits including the Women's Rape Crisis Center, the Vermont Youth Orchestra, and various Lake Champlain clean-up efforts. So if a Phish reunion happens and that generosity resumes, even people who don't like the band's music will have to admit that Phish is very good for Vermont.
Jack Thurston - WCAX News
|Yeah baby..........bring it on....I'm ready ; ^ )
HI, can anyone assist with trey2001-07-14.85614? stuck in the 90s%
|I got you! Le mee feed da kids first...
|Sorry my bad. That is the ONE that I didn't get, woops. All the rest I could have accually helped with. I have it on another HD that I cant get into, but that is another story.
|Thanks for filling my request Aug! :)
|I love when jason puts the thousandths of a second.....details to the miizzaxx
|>>> I love when jason puts the thousandths of a second.....details to the miizzaxx
you do? I stopped doing that a while back. maybe I should start again :)
This seed is an interesting one. It wasn't too long after FLAC was released, and people were slowing making the switch. For this transfer, I actually compressed to both SHN and FLAC, to see how FLAC would run on my computer. At the time, I thought that the FLAC compression took a lot longer to run compared with SHN. So I stuck with SHN for another 6 months or so, when I got a new computer. But I think I actually circulated both the FLAC and the SHN versions from the beginning. It looks like the db only has the SHN md5's. I'll have to dig up the FLAC version and add the fingerprints to the db as well.
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