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Source: sbd+Schoeps CMC6/MK4v>Oade Deluxe>Mackie 1202>dat (48 khz)
Transfer: Sony PCM-2600(S/PDIF)>Sound Devices 722 (16/48)>
Firewire>Macbook>Sound Studio 3.6(fades, normalize peak, +gain, track>
WavEditor 1.5.5 (iZotope Resampler)>
xACT 2.13(align on sector boundaries, encode, tag, fingerprint)>flac16 (level 8 )
Taped by: Dr. Stan Lobitz & Brendan O'Neill (moe. FOH)
DAT(1) provided by: Craig Hillwig
Transferred and seeded by: Lenny Stubbe
Set I: (1:02:38)
03. 32 Things
05. Timmy Tucker>
06. Interstellar Overdrive>
07. Seat of My Pants
Set II: (2:08:28)
03. St. Augustine
04. Spine of a Dog
06. Time Again
07. Ugly American
10. encore break
- 32 Things included brief Salt Creek jam, first time played
- Meat teases in Moth
- Timmy Tucker is slow version
- Yodelittle contained a Linus and Lucy tease
- Time Again includes a Birthday jam and speech from al
- Eye of the Tiger jam before Meat
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|Checksums||;flac fingerprints generated by xACT 2.13 on 2011-11-06 15:49:36 -0500<br />|
|Last seeder||Last activity 6:57:53 ago|
|Size||1.044 GB (1121229120 Bytes)|
|Num files||20 files|
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|The first in a series of uncirculated moe. courtesy of Craig Hillwig. This is a show is from the heart of my moe. fandom. Another fun night in 1996 though. Loose, fun and hardcore smokey and sweaty jamming. This source was traded some back in the day, but I have yet to see this show up on etree or the LMA.
This is the stuff that had me CRAZY about this guys circa 1996. A preview of sorts to the greatest moe.show of all time IMO 11 days later in Providence.
I am seeding this shows "warts and all". It sounds great, but has a few spots of digi noise I just couldn't shake, but it's an important show to me, one that I couldn't get a ride to (!), so I'm happy to see it out there finally.
LMA 48 khz files:
|Hillwig has really hooked us up...
|^I always wondered when we would tap his vault.
Great Big Thanks
|Nice thank you. and thank your little friend Craig too!!!
|Hmmm...5/16/96 would be their first ever seguefest. Absolutely in their top 10 shows of all time.
|April and May '96 provided some great moe.ments in their career:
4/21/96 and the classic Deadhead Heaven shows at the end of May.
I've always found it odd they will not release any official live material with Mazur. Granted, he sucked a lot of the time, but when he was on (like the above 3 shows), he was ON. No question about Vinnie being their best drummer (sorry, Jim), but I've always like Mazur's sound the best.
It's either Mazur's playing abilities they don't like, or they don't want him to earn money from his time with the band. My guess is the truth lies somewhere in between.
|waxandwayne I have to agree on a few of those points.
I personally loved Chris' drumming. He was a super nice guy as well (as is Vin).
Chris' playing was exploratory and loose. He was a great improvisor IMO. While he was technically as sound or polished as Vinnie, I loved his grooves. 5/16/96 showcases exactly what I'm talking about.
I would think it's very shallow if they didn't release any Mazur era to hold royalties, but I wouldn't be shocked if that were the reason. The 3 headed monster can be stubborn.
I personally don't feel they think their playing is technically sound. They always seemed to be more concerned over being polished than just playing without a net.
|Meant to say he *wasn't* technically as sound as Vin.
|Nice work Lenny! Keep 'em coming
|If anyone has DATs of the 3/19/99 matrix source (I believe 414+SBD) please LMK. I'd be glad to transfer and seed that show.
|Team Buffalo busts out the heat !! open up the vaults !! thanks for the love "Dr" Len.
|thank you sir!
many thanks for this
cheers from oz
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