|Show||Grateful Dead 06/21/1995 Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, NY B&K 4021 *16 bit/48 khz* (new source to circulation)|
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Source: B&K 4021>Neumann/Stewart PS>Marantz PMD700 (48khz)
Location: OTS 1st row center
Transfer: Sony PCM-2600(Apogee AES/EBU)>Sound Devices 722 (16/48)>
Firewire>Macbook>Sound Studio 3.6(fades, normalize peak, +gain, track)>
xACT 2.17(encode, tag, fingerprint)>flac16 (level 8 )
Taped by: Seth Breidbart
DAT(1)>DAT(2) clone circa 1996 by: Eric Vandercar
DAT(2) seed and transfer by: Lenny Stubbe
Set I: (56:11)
02. Hell in a Bucket
04. Take Me To The River
05. Row Jimmy
06. Broken Arrow
07. Promised Land
Set II: (1:47:49)
02. Scarlet Begonias>
03. Fire on the Mountain
04. Women Smarter
05. It's All Too Much
06. Playin in the Band>
09. Easy Answers>
10. Morning Dew
11. encore break
12. US Blues
- Summer Solstice show
- Long 6:10 tuning to begin the show. I trimmed only very little of what was on the DAT. Weir comments around the 4:20 mark about the need to get it "just exactly perfect", much to the crowds excitement. Thanks to the delay, I didn't miss the opening notes to the show!
- Couple spots of slight digi noise that was between songs minimized/removed. No music was affected
- Say what you will about 1995, I attended this one and found it to be an amazing experience inside and outside the Knickerbocker Arena. A Summer Solstice Scarlet>Fire and a Morning Dew that made the whole show and had strangers hugging strangers in every row/aisle!
- Playin in the Band contains a Supplication jam
- 44.1 khz version exists
Seeded to etree on:
|Checksums||;flac fingerprints generated by xACT 2.18 on 2012-05-26 22:18:43 -0400<br />|
|Last seeder||Last activity 1:06:22 ago|
|Size||864.68 MB (906680605 Bytes)|
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|For those anal about tagging... I keep forgetting to remove the "19" before the year for GD filesets. May want to adjust your tags by removing for smoother digital playback. I'll be changing mine before I file.
|Supplication jam added to torrent text if you want to update your text.
|I will say what I will about '95... Like other uneven years there were some good ones. I saw Seattle, PDX & Shoreline & thought Seattle & Shoreline were great runs & a lot of fun...
|Thank you - as we know, there is great stuff in every year and I remember 95 particularly for how powerfully creative Billy and Mickey were - keep it coming
|The last "Morning Dew" and a great performance by Jerry to go with it. Jerry stayed onstage throughout the break and during Drums. It should be possible to hear him noodling around during Drums. We were in the first section near the stage and could also hear Jerry playing around during the break but the music was only audible from his amp and presumably in his earpiece. The "Supplication" jam was way cool. I think only about 5 or 6 people in my section knew what it was. In fact, I was so surprised by it, I wasn't sure I heard it right until I listened to a friend's recording on the way home. Both this show and the night before in Albany were easily the best shows of the latter part of 1995 and I was at everyone so i have some ability to judge. Jerry seemed both stoned out of his mind and tuned in at the same time. He didn't pull that of much after this.