|Show||Phish 11.22.94 Columbia, Mo Toa/Akg *New Source*|
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University of Missouri
*Brought to you by gotfob*
Set I: Toa's(k1?) > Dat
Set II:Akg 451's > Dat
Fostx D5 > Sd 702 @ 48k > Wavelab 6 (resample,fades) >
Cd Wave > TLH > 16/44.1 FLAC
Set I (super short set, only 48:30)
-buried alive missing first few notes
-end of adeline had small 1min gap on dat,
used montage > crossfade to fix
-left channel raised by +7db
-right channel raised by +8db
-left channel raised by +1db
-right channel riased by +2db
Disc I/Set I
d1t01 ...Buried Alive
d1t02 Poor Heart
d1t04 Foam *
d1t06 I Didn't Know
d1t07 Bouncing Around the Room
d1t08 Down With Disease
d1t09 Sweet Adeline
Disc II/Set IIa
d2t01 Funky Bitch >
d2t02 Lawn Train **>
d2t03 Y-Rushalayim Schel Zahav
d2t04 Cry Baby Cry
d2t05 The Curtain >
Disc III/Set IIb
d3t01 Runaway Jim
d3t02 BBFCFM ***
d3t03 I'm Blue I'm Lonesome @
d3t04 Little Tiny Butter Biscuits @
d3t05 My Long Journey Home @
d3t06 Harry Hood #
d3t07 Highway to Hell
*during the quiet middle part of the song either fish played unamplified acoustic mandolin
or trey played unamplified acoustic guitar (hard to tell which is playing), then segued back into the electric.
**1st time played.
*** started electric and finished in the acoustic bluegrass lineup
# By an audience members request.
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|yeehaw, always liked this show but never had a copy that sounded any good. hope this does, thanks for seeding!
|holy moses, new source for that KILLER jam out of Funky B! Rejoice!
compliments of Chad and also possibly Chris?
hey! pretty sure it was the chris or you who may have taped this show. not much info on the dat. If I remember right the
TS was under the balcony. check out my knopfler pull from 4.11
|The Wrath of Toa!
|Thanks Gotfob! To clear up the question on Foam, Trey kept playing with his volume turned off, Fishman was playing his drummer's stool, and a few other implements.
This was just a mind-bender to start off the second set. Still one of my all-time favorite concerts attended.
Thank you all you tapers and traders.
|Set 2 is most likely from one of the Basnett's. I distinctly remember them both complaining their tapes from Set 1 didn't turn out from this night.
Set 2 sounds outstanding (I've got their cassettes of this). This is in the top 3 Phish shows I've ever seen... absolutely wonderful evening!
You just can't complain about a nearly 1/2 hour Funky Bitch that just goes wwaaaaaaayyyyy out there. Throw in a few rare Beatles songs and an acoustic BBFCFM.... YES!!
|set one on this puppy sounds good to me.
TOA to the noggin!
|To those who attended this show: you are so fucking lucky. This has always been one of my favorites.
|I just added this one to the etree database:
|this source sounds fantastic. i think i slightly prefer the 1st set rig's end result over the 2nd, but it's all so damn good. Listened to the jam out of Funky B (what is Lawn Train?) and it's just about as clear and in-your-face as the LP SBD filler.
|can't believe how quiet the crowd is during Foam
|The Foam from 11-26 also gets to similar unamplified levels. Can't get enough late October-November 1994.
|pulled down set II. Thank you, kindly. the jam out of funky bitch is one to behold. thrilling.