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Watkins Glen, N.Y
Super Ball XI
Recorded in 24/96 *16 bit Version *MATRIX
Transfer: Compact Flash> Adobe Audition 3.0> Sound Forge 7.0>CDwav
Taped, Transferred by Tim Dobert (07/14/11)
t01 [04:15] Soul Shakedown Party
t02 [06:38] AC DC Bag
t03 [06:41] The Curtain
t04 [11:42] Colonel Forbin's Ascent
t05 [06:47] Fly Famous Mockingbird
t06 [06:38] Destiny Unbound
t07 [03:57] Big Black Fury Creature From Mars
t08 [07:30] Wilson
t09 [08:23] Mound
t10 [11:15] The Song I Heard The Ocean Sing
t11 [04:55] Time Loves A Hero
t01 [16:13] Reba
t02 [14:58] David Bowie
t03 [03:10] Big Balls
t04 [12:58] Down With Disease
t05 [09:31] No Quarter
t06 [08:12] Party Time
t01 [08:39] Story Of The Ghost
t02 [08:44] Gotta Jibboo
t03 [12:49] Light
t04 [10:56] Waves
t05 [05:02] What's The Use
t06 [06:13] Meatstick
t07 [07:22] Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan
t08 [06:52] Star Spangled Banner
t09 [13:24] First Tube
Thanks to all the people I met this weekend and being blockers for my
taping gear: Todd Wilson, Steve D and wife Cass, Ryan, Steve, Justin, Mike, Colin and his dad, Colin my friend from Jemp Records, and Mike Who lives in Watkins Glen. I'm pretty happy with these recordings hope you like them Cheers: Phishboy
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|24 bit fileset for all 3 shows coming soon
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|Thanks for the Run.
|this source is FIRE. grab it, you won't be disappointed. thanks for upping it here Raven420.
|still not buying the whole 12' up fob thing. I can see being right by the sbd being able to raise the stand up, but not being true fob.
|gotfob, i'm a little confused - are you saying that the recording shouldn't be called FOB becuase it's not truly in Front of the Board? or are you saying that you don't think that raising the mics to 12' is a good idea? as you are one of the tapers I have admired greatly throughout my entire history of knowing the band, i'd love to understand what you are saying and read about your thoughts on the sound of this recording. be well.
|What he's saying is this stand was at the FOH running 12ft, not technically in the "FOB" position which would be directly FOB/DFC in the "pit", which if you were, you cannot (rather should not ever) run a 12" stand.
I saw this rig all weekend, and it's exactly where the taper describes, at the front right corner of the sbd cage, which historically I label as FOH (not OTS as that would be behind the board). FOH meaning at the sbd itself, not behind it.
Taylor, CK, Bean, SonicSound and myself were all in the traditional FOB location, DFC.
Not something we talk about, but what the hell.
LOVE the 4 channel DPA's though. Mad respect and props to this taper for pulling it down! I am a huge proponent of the high stand whenever possible, but I was also stunned at how little crowd interference we got in the "pit" all weekend.
All good, just 2 cents.
|LAStubbe - thank you for the clarification. Mad props to YOU too for all the amazing recordings you have made!
|yeah, i was totally blown away yesterday by Lenny's 7/3/11 set I recording on my car ride down to the beach.
|well, obviously set II sounds the same i bet but i only got to the end of the first set.
|sorry to keep blabbing but wanted to make one more observation - i find it very rewarding and worth the time and effort to do spot comparisons of all sources and not assume one will have more chatter / talkers than another. for example, the night one pull from this source has exceptionally little chatter, and while Lenny's and the other folks he mentions being grouped with have extremely little for a FOB, there is a bit more chatter there.
however, when i compared this one nasty little spot of the Destiny jam (right before Mike throws on that nasty Boogie On pedal...listen to Page throw it down right before that!!!), i found that Lenny's actually had LESS chatter than this FOH pull....which could have just been rowdy passersby, who knows, but it goes to show there is usually some variation from night to night even on the same rig so it's nice to keep anywhere from 2 to 4 sources for a show because with time you will find various aspects to love about them.
yeah i like phish audience tapes.
|oops - to clarify, that last blurb about the Destiny jam comparison is for night 3 (i.e. difference in various sources' chatter from night to night)
|you all are amazing! including digs and his 'blabbings'
|The Destiny jam had the big balloon Fish filled with balls enter the LOC FOB area from the back. It totally derailed the jam as it distracted the band. Could have been some odd screaming near anyone's stand at that time, though I don't remember anything excessive on my tape.
There's a nice video of it on youtube.
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