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December 4, 1996 (Wednesday)
San Diego, CA
source: FOB Nuemann km 140 -> DA-P1
(FOB right side around 3rd to 5th row)
transfer: Fostex D5 -> optical cable -> Hosa ODL-276 -> S/PDIF coax cable ->
EgoSys Waveterminal 2496 -> CoolEdit 2000 (48->44.1kHz, fades) ->
CD Wave v1.71 -> mkwACT 0.97b1
transferred by: Jason Sobel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
note: both discs require 80 minute discs.
SHN -> FLAC (2011-12-02) SailorSaint (Ross P)
Encoded By Flac V1.1.4a With Flac Frontend V1.7.1 with Tags
Disc 1 [78:06.236]
01 [00:15.853] intro
02 [06:21.213] My Friend, My Friend
03 [07:32.413] Chalk Dust Torture
04 [03:45.266] Horn
05 [04:19.920] Uncle Pen
06 [06:21.626] Timber (Jerry) ->
07 [04:53.173] Sample in a Jar
08 [02:40.266] Train Song
09 [10:20.080] Guyute
10 [05:51.320] Character Zero
11 [10:32.000] Lizards
12 [15:13.106] David Bowie
Disc 2 [78:06.597]
01 [00:19.840] intro
02 [01:32.440] Ha Ha Ha ->
03 [16:01.333] Mike's Song ->
04 [08:29.840] Prince Caspian ->
05 [03:29.000] Sparkle ->
06 [07:29.493] Punch You in the Eye
07 [03:27.186] Life on Mars?
08 [12:27.920] Reba
09 [01:05.613] Trey thanking catering people
10 [02:41.933] Lawn Boy
11 [07:51.293] Weekapaug Groove
12 [02:49.986] break
13 [10:20.720] Jesus Just Left Chicago
Reba did not have the whistling ending.
During Lawn Boy, Trey thanked the caterers and brought two of them on stage to dance.
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|this listing should read 12/4/96. thanks for the up!
|This was a fun show. One historical note: the Mars Pathfinder spacecraft was launched this day, so a most timely "Life on Mars."
|This was an incredible show. For anyone considering downloading it, by all means *do*. Not only is it an awesome show with outstanding, inspired playing, it's a terrific recording. The FOB 140s are my favorite upfront mics and they were used incredibly well this night. It's a nice, evenly balanced recording through the spectrum with full, clear bass and sparkling Fishman cymbals.
I had this on cassette back in the day (a first gen off dat) and one of my recording friends who was a real stickler for sound said "Man, if all cassettes sounded this good, I'd never have gone to dat." I humbly suggest you grab it now.
A KM140 FOB from a few days earlier at UCLA:
The 12-1-96 was another inspired show. My favorite Reba that I've seen, with the possible exception of the Type II one from 10-29-98.
|Anyone know if this was Jim Cowans rig? If so, did he tape the entire west run ~11/30-12/4?
To ECBurns' point, there is something really nice about a clean FOB 140 pull....
|thanks for the info Mr.Burns. is this your setup? also the 12/1/96 could use a seeder or 2. another thing I'm gonna search but I think this is the same setup as when I met you in vegas '97 you hooked me up a B&P with those sweet sounding tapes. You wouldn't happen to know where a kind soul could find those again would you? or anyting and everything from those awesome sounds KM140's
|outstanding recording. thank you.
|home town show my rig jimmys deck. nice to see them appreciated
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