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|Show||Phish 4/1/92 - Liberty Hall - Lawrence, KS **17 years ago today**|
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|Torrent||ph1992-04-01.27720.Aud.flac16.torrent (click to download)|
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Source: Aud (Sennheiser ME80's ?) > Cass.M > DAT > DAT
Transfer details: Tascam DA20MKII > Audiophile 24/96 > Soundforge > CDWAV > Flac
Flac Files ID3 tagged with MP3tag: www.mp3tag.de
01. Golgi Apparatus
03. Bouncing Around the Room
05. All Things Reconsidered
07. Its Ice
08. Runaway Jim
09. I Didn't Know
10. The Landlady
11. David Bowie
02. You Enjoy Myself
03. The Horse->
04. Silent in the Morning
05. Uncle Pen
08. Chalk Dust Torture
09. Cold As Ice >
10. Cracklin' Rosie
11. Cold As Ice
Set 2 continued
01. The Squirming Coil
02. Tweezer Reprise
04. Rocky Top
06. Good Times Bad Times
deleted blank space during Tape Flips...you shouldn't be able to notice it.
during the 1st couple seconds of Runaway Jim
during the 1st couple of seconds of Horn
verified with SHNtool.
only d3 t5 doesn't cut on sector boundary.
1-13-05: Many of the tracks on this source were improperly cut, so I
reassembled the show into one track, and decided to also deal with the
excessive brightness and the almost nonexistant bass. No modifications
were made other than to overall sound quality, dithering and retracking.
All tracks are now cut on sector boundaries. Existing skips and closed
dropouts/flips not modified (4:00 d1t1, 0:02 d1t8, 0:03 d2t7, 0:03 d2t8).
FLAC > WAV > Wavelab 5 (Reassembled > Waves Q10 > Waves RBass > BBE >
dithered with Waves L3 MultiMaximizer) > WAV > tracked with CDWave > FLAC
Bill Mitchell email@example.com (thanks to Marmar for the mentoring!)
A SHNfamily release.
|Last seeder||Last activity 12 days, 16:30:01 ago|
|Size||1004.95 MB (1053767253 Bytes)|
|Upped by||Subtle Sounds|
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|Phish - Doniac Schvice
|Thanks for this...
Good Stuff, just wanted to add one point of clarification about the set list for this show...
The 2nd set ends with Twee-prise.
There were TWO double encores, actually. The band left the stage after TR, then played a classic, for the time, double encore of quirky tune paired with a cover. Then they left the stage after Rocky Top and came back to play another fine pairing. This has been mislabeled since the first setlist was released, I think.
I hope someone can verify that, though, I suppose it really doesn't matter...I just thought some folks would like to know.
|This was my 1st Phish show. I taped that night but got there too late for a complete recording. That's why I'm downloading this show. I'll check my tapes and report back on the accuracy of "chrisnro's" comment. It's obviously been a while but my recording should be complete except what I missed due to being late getting in the show.
|YES MY FIRST PHISH SHOW ALSO!!!!
I WAS IN THE BALCONY FRYING VERY HARD AND HAD PERMAGRIN!!! AIT WAS SUCH A WONDERFUL NIGHT!!
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
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