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ALUMNI ARENA, AMHERST, NY
SOURCE: 2 AKG460b/ck61 Front row of tapers section,
with mics split 20-25ft aimed directly at repeaters
from close range (3-5ft) > DAT (Teac DA-P20)
CONVERSION: CTD8000H-S > DAT2WAV > SOUNDFORGE 5.0
(Resampling from 48kHz to 44.1kHz, level 4 w/anti
alias filtering) > CD WAVE (track splits) > SHN
01. RUNAWAY JIM
02. IT'S ICE
03. SPARKLE >
04. SPLIT OPEN AND MELT
06. CHALK DUST TORTURE
07. I DIDN'T KNOW
08. SCENT OF A MULE
09. DOWN WITH DISEASE
01. MY FRIEND, MY FRIEND >
02. RIGHT BACK INSIDE MY HEART JAM *
03. YA MAR
04. RUN LIKE AN ANTELOPE
06. GINSENG SULLIVAN
07. I WANNA BE LIKE YOU
01. HARRY HOOD
02. BOUNCING AROUND THE ROOM
03. GOLGI APPARATUS
* Song by Julie Cruise. Trey sang a few lines and stopped.
Trey broke his ancle during the soundcheck when he fell
into a hole in the stage floor. He played the show in a
temporary cast, sitting through most of the performance.
Seeded 4/01 by Robert Brown
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|I believe Trey sprained his ankle, not broke it. Does anyone know if he wore a cast through the rest of the shows?
From T.M.I.P.H at Phish.com:
The following night, Phish stepped into the Alumni Arena at SUNY Buffalo. During soundcheck, while Chris "Topher" Kuroda (see This Month in Phish History, March 1989) was focusing thelights, the stage was quite dark. Trey was looking up admiring the lights and failed to notice 2 of 4 Genie Towers sticking up through each side of the stage (Genie Towers are apparatus designed to hold lighting trusses). Trey tripped over one of the Genie Towers and fell into the hole in the stage flooring through which it extended. He sprained his ankle, hurt his elbow and hit his face pretty hard too. Trey went to the hospital while the band completed sound check without him. He returned in time for the show, though he played seated on a stool except for spelling Fish on drums (in spite of his injuries) for both I Wanna Be Like You and I Didn't Know.
I was in front of the stage when Trey walked out and for all of set 1. There was a stool on the stage. I remember him leaning on the stool, maybe sometimes sitting, but don't remember him sitting the entire show.
The start was an hr late due to him coming from the hospital.
As you can imagine, this took from the show. It was pretty standard run through for much of the show especially for 94 standards, until.....
My all time favorite Hood. Right up there with Sugarbush 94.
Trey completely made up for the lackluster show in Hood.
Chilling. Great memories. It was one of those moments where the show didn't have much to offer, then that one moment comes, and completely gets you *there*.
|Yeah, I caught them in Fairfax, VA later during the tour and Trey had a permanent cast. He stood for the whole show, but needed crutches to get over to the drums for Cracklin' Rosie....
While it didn't seem to bother him too much, it was strange watching him jam on essentialy one leg. (I had front row tickets for the show)
|Thanks Project 1994! I look forward to filling in gaps in my collection.
|This was a fun run! although the ride to UNH the next morning was pretty tuff. We taped every show. Kudos to Tom McMinn for splitting the mikes to the pa's. the sound board was right up against the bleechers with not much room for tapers.with the mikes so close to each PA made for quite a nice tape. Bob Brown transferred all Tom,s masters with out giving any credit!
|Thanks madtaper. Always wondered who the originally taper was.
There are a couple old tapers local here in Buffalo with masters of this show never before circulated.
Hopefully one of these days I'll get them to spill the goods.
|My 1st show...and awakening journey into the land of gamehendge.
Hey LAStubbe.. get on those ol b'lo tapers..!
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