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October 7, 1994
Stabler Arena, Lehigh University
AKG 460B/ck61 > custom pre-amp > Sony D7 (@ 48kHz)
Sony PCM-R500 > Tascam HD-P2 > CF card > usb > pc > WaveLab 5.01b (fades, resample to 44.1kHz, patch) > CD Wave v1.95 > FLAC v1.1.2 (Level 8)
recorded by Dave Flaschner
transferred by Jason Sobel (email@example.com)
seeded November 17, 2006
The original 48 kHz .wav files from the DAT transfer have been archived, and are available upon request.
Big thanks to Dave Flaschner for letting me borrow the master DATs!
Disc 1 - [71:01]
01 - [06:48] - My Friend My Friend
02 - [07:52] - Julius
03 - [04:23] - Glide
04 - [02:17] - Poor Heart
05 - [14:12] - The Divided Sky
06 - [06:11] - Guelah Papyrus
07 - [13:02] - Stash
08 - [11:32] - Guyute
09 - [04:44] - Golgi Apparatus
Disc 2 - [45:44]
01 - [11:14] - Maze
02 - [01:17] - The Horse >
03 - [05:04] - Silent in the Morning
04 - [14:27] - Reba
05 - [05:08] - Wilson
06 - [08:34] - Scent of a Mule
Disc 3 - [43:24]
Set II continued
01 - [13:46] - Tweezer
02 - [08:00] - Lifeboy
03 - [02:07] - My Sweet One
04 - [02:57] - Tweezer Reprise
05 - [02:34] - encore break
06 - [07:26] - Foreplay/Long Time
07 - [04:40] - Cavern
08 - [01:54] - outro
This show marked the debut of Foreplay/Long Time and first performance of the completed Guyute, and provided the lasting image of Fishman on the "female washboard."
there were some drop-outs/digi-errors during "My Friend My Friend" and during "Cavern"
these were present on the master DAT and were fixed by patching in the following source:
AKG 460B/ck61 > ?
(based on the sound difference between the patch source and Dave's source, I would guess that the previously circulating source is NOT Dave's source)
the patch source was used at the following locations:
My Friend My Friend: [01:00] to [01:07]
Cavern: [02:53] to [02:59]
at each point, I cross-faded the patched source to make the transition smooth.
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|Reseed request by Eric Burns.
I don't have the Eliot Byron Schoeps MK4 FOB source so maybe someone can seed that.
I also thought this would be a nice show to post seeing we are kicking off another tour tomorrow, and this is one of my all time favorite shows that I attended. While it's certainly musically not up there with the great Phish shows as there's not too extravagant going on, but the energy and execution in the Stabler Arena that night was unbelievable.
And this show had either hard core Phish heads in attendance, or frat boys. Nothing else. All the caravans were down the road in Philly for the GD on this night, where I was the night before.
Also as reminded to me by Eric, I thought I'd post my "official" review of the show that I wrote for Phish.net just days after the show, as an excitable young 18 year old Phish phan! (spelling errors and all) ;-)
Thanks so much for this. It's one I've been wanting to hear for quite a while. And thanks Jason for the other source.
You guys all rawk. To those of you heading out, have fun on tour and remember: DRIVE (and ride) SAFELY. Don't even think about catching a ride in a car driven by a spun, custy (there's a word I haven't heard in 10+ years) wook.
Come back safe, ya hear?
I think the last paragraph of my review sums this show up perfectly. It's exactly how I felt walking out that night, and it's still how I feel almost 18 years later.
The crowd roar when My Friend opens up still gives me chills. Amazing audience on this night. Folks knew what was up. As hardcore a Phish crowd as Ive ever seen.
Hoping for some of that energy tonight!
|Ill also add that looking back, as this show was the tour opener of what in my mind is one of the finest Phish tours in history, maybe behind summer (august) 93 run, that the boys were just amped, ready for a big tour, playing bigger places, selling out Stabler with the GD nearby, and just were ready to play. Add the debut of Guyute, and the recipe is all there for magic,.
Quite a review. Makes me look forward even more to hearing it (which I will tomorrow).
|What's really funny to me is that you state something about "they play Divided Sky too much". I'll tell you, even though I saw them as regularly as I could, I didn't see a single Divided Sky from the Gorge 8/2/97 until the Halloween show at Festival 8 (10/31/09). And after covering one of my favorite albums ever (Exile) they also played Fluff and YEM.
Thanks Lenny. Thanks Jason. And Thank You Phish. Keep having as much fun as possible.
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