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December 11, 1995
Cumberland County Civic Center
B+K 4011 > custom pre-amp > Teac DAP-20 (@48kHz)
Sony PCM-R500 > M-Audio MicroTrack > CF Card > usb > pc > WaveLab 5.01b (de-emphasis, fades, resample to 44.1kHz) > CD Wave v1.94.7 > FLAC v1.1.2 (Level 8)
recorded by Dave Flaschner with mics borrowed from Mikey Perrot
transferred by Jason Sobel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
seeded March 3, 2006
The original DAT recording was made with pre-emphasis. The Waves 5.0 Paragraphic EQ plug-in was used to de-emphasize the recording.
The original 48 kHz .wav files from the DAT transfer have been archived, and are available upon request.
Disc 1 - [73:04]
01 - [06:07] - My Friend My Friend ->
02 - [01:35] - Ha Ha Ha
03 - [12:57] - Stash
04 - [00:47] - Trey talking
05 - [02:50] - Prince Caspian
06 - [12:59] - Reba
07 - [01:45] - Trey talking
08 - [01:15] - Dog Log *
09 - [04:25] - Llama
10 - [01:20] - Trey talking
11 - [01:46] - Dog Log **
12 - [03:20] - Tube
13 - [09:36] - McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters
14 - [07:45] - Julius
15 - [04:36] - Cavern
Disc 2 - [60:04]
01 - [06:40] - The Curtain >
02 - [23:20] - David Bowie
03 - [07:59] - The Mango Song >
04 - [09:17] - Fog That Surrounds
05 - [12:50] - Scent of a Mule
Disc 3 - [39:06]
Set II continued
01 - [15:04] - Harry Hood
02 - [05:11] - Suspicious Minds >
03 - [02:24] - HYHU
04 - [06:30] - Funky Bitch ^
05 - [02:52] - encore break
06 - [07:05] - While My Guitar Gently Weeps ^
* Trey explains that they are supposedly making an album of a bunch of "Dog Log"s and they need the audience to help make different versions
** Lounge-lizard style, along with high pitched screaming on command
^ with Warren Haynes on guitar
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|ahh... the Dog Log Show...
|Awesome. Don't think I've ever seen a Phish show with Warren Haynes as a special guest. Can't wait to hear it!!
|>> Don't think I've ever seen a Phish show with Warren Haynes as a special guest.
see also 9/16/99 and 9/17/99
|I've been listening to this show for the last week, and still believe it is the best show I've ever heard. I first got these tapes in summer 96 and it was by far the best show i'd heard from years before it.
Fast forward 14 years and it still is. People will say that there are versions of songs better, and sure there are, but when it comes to a "whole show" i don't thnk many compare to the execution, perfection, wittiness, and tastiness that this show has to offer.
The Friend>ha ha ha is genius, the Stash is so sick (trey's notes in the beginning of the jam still haunt my thoughts), the dog logs are very fun and the crowd participates well, the llama is just totally balls out(more so than many versions I've heard) and the last 4 songs of the first set are perfect.
The second set is by far a masterpiece. The curtain is perfect, but the Bowie is easily the best i know i've ever heard. It still is and the level of evil i don't think will ever be topped by the Phish today. Trey loops a lot of feedback during My Friend and the end of the Stash jam and I think from llama too, and saves it all show for use in Bowie. It's really amazing, at least to me! Every idea he plays, all show, is great and it's such a treat to hear him develop thoughts as the show goes on. The chord change turnaround in Bowie that ends the jam goes on forever, which makes it extra intense. The rest of the set is super good, the mango is well placed and the Scent is Mule Duel history. Hood is pretty and Warren shreds.
So to pine about this show, it's been a 15 year favorite of mine and every phan today that hasn't heard this needs to immediately! this source sounds soooooo good i can't explain it, thanks for the posting!
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