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Blossom Music Center
Cuyahoga Falls, OH
June 25, 1985
Field: Sennheiser MD441U > Canare Star-Quad > Sony TCD5-M > Maxell MX
Config: OTS, most likely PAS, stand at 8 ft.
Path: Master Cassettes > Nakamichi CR7A > Canare Star-Quad > Edirol R4Pro (Oade preamp mod) @24/88.2 > WaveBurner ( Gain, Balance, Fades, Crossfades, BRC/SRC to 16/44.1 )
Recorded, processed, and let loose by Mike Kutik --- padelimike at mac d0t c0m
Set the First:
01 crowd in
02 Day Tripper
03 West L.A. Fadeaway
04 C.C. Rider
05 Dire Wolf
06 Beat it On Down The Line
07 Row Jimmy
08 Me and My Uncle
09 Big River
10 Big RxR Blues
11 Jack Straw
12 Might as Well
Set the Second:
01 Gimme Some Lovin'
02 China Cat Sunflower
03 I Know You Rider
04 Playing in the Band
07 The Wheel
08 Playing in the Band
09 China Doll
10 Sugar Magnolia
11 Touch of Grey
Crossfade applied for set 1 flip. Set 2 flip and rewind cost a few seconds at the beginning of space.
OTS sound was less than optimal, likely explaining the lack of any AUDs in DB.
AUD fans ( like myself ) might want to thank Hunter Seamons.
Without his request for the transfer of this show for his Matrix, it would have been a while before this one saw the light of day. That being said, I've gained much appreciation for this show and recording, thanks to repeated listening.
This fileset, and all other 16/44.1 filesets I plan to upload in my first run through my masters is sourced from a 24/88.2 transfer.
A parallel 24/96 transfer also was archived.
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|nice - One minute apart, Keith !
of course, yours was the earlier one
|and your's took 25 years!!
|Had I known there were NO LMA AUDs, I woulda hit this a lot sooner.
Hunter's Matrix of this is very nice....
|Thank you for sharing
|I was just looking at my list and saw I had a Hunter Matrix and was like? Makes sense now, groovy all over.
|The Playin jam here is perhaps a little short but absolutely amazing, one for the ages.
|A beauteous AUD. A top THREE '85 show. And a quintessential venue - although I cannot verify this from personal experience.
Thank you, Mike!
|Great show and venue. The place was packed that night and the Nazi staff out in full force. The year before, trashed as can be, we walked right back to the car. In 85, showing restraint, it took us forever to find the car after the show. Go figure. Went back in 2000 for the Other Ones. Lame show, but enjoyed walking around the empty venue. In any event, thanks for taping the show. Looking forward to the d/l. Auds are always appreciated, especially for shows I attended.
|noahs ark rules
|Thanks for filling the void Mike!
|Let's see, what do I remember about this show... The security guys noticed I was carrying a pocket knife and made me check it. (What can I say, I grew up in a farming community and I always carried a pocket knife; still do.) How I remembered to go pick it back up after the show I'll never know. I think the space was painfully loud, although I might have that confused with Saratoga. After the show the merry band of tapers and traders I was traveling with headed down the road to Niagra Falls to crash at the home of one of the tapers. We passed one of the Dead's buses, and the sign above the windshield that normally says the destination on a commercial bus said "No one you'd know" or something like that...
|Nice, thanks. E
|I remember this as a mellow "out in the country" type of show. I do not remember one hassle in the lot or inside. Just remember hearing a lot of Led Zepplin in the parking lot (?). One of my favorite shows thanks to the taper and all involved.
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