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|Torrent||gd82-08-07.83513.fob-nak300.field-suraci.sbeok.t-flac16.torrent (click to download)|
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August 7, 1982
East Troy, WI.
nak300 > Sony D5M > Master Cass. > 1st Gen
FOB, 19th row center
Nak CR5A > Lunatec V3(analog out) > 722@24/96
Adobe Audition 2.0 dither and resample 16Bit > Cdwav/tracking > flac16
Taper: Matt Field
Transfer and upload by Tony Suraci aka nak700
This is the 16 Bit version. 24 Bit is archived on DVDA.
101-d1t01 - The Music Never Stopped ->
102-d1t02 - Sugaree ->
103-d1t03 - The Music Never Stopped
104-d1t04 - Me & My Uncle ->
105-d1t05 - Big River
106-d1t06 - It Must Have Been the Roses
107-d1t07 - CC Rider
108-d1t08 - Ramble on Rose
109-d1t09 - Beat It on Down the Line
110-d1t10 - On the Road Again
111-d1t11 - Althea
112-d1t12 - Let it Grow
201-d2t01 - Tuning
202-d2t02 - China Cat Sunflower ->
203-d2t03 - I Know You Rider
204-d2t04 - Man Smart (Women Are Smarter)
205-d2t05 - Ship of Fools
206-d2t06 - Playin in the Band ->
207-d2t07 - Drums ->
208-d3t01 - Space ->
209-d3t02 - The Wheel
210-d3t03 - Playin in the Band ->
211-d3t04 - Morning Dew ->
212-d3t05 - One More Saturday Night ->
213-d3t06 - U. S. Blues
*These tapes were given to me in October 1982, while living in Boulder,
Co. I was told they were a first gen copy off the masters.
I have a feeling these mics are Nak 700's and the deck is probably a D5.
I do not remember the tapers name.
Since there are no other audience sources available, I decided to seed
Special thanks to Jake Feinberg. Jake is solely responsible for getting me
to seed this show.
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Md5 values will change if tagging is altered.
B. Proctor 10-31-10
|Last seeder||Last activity 11:41 ago|
|Size||1018.19 MB (1067645187 Bytes)|
|Num files||28 files|
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|"I do not remember the tapers name." but there is a taper's name in the text info, the wonderful: Matt Field.
does any reason present itself to suggest mr field is not the taper . ?
this is a terrific recording and very good show !
|This show was originally seeded by Tony Suraci, in March of 2007. The comment you quoted was written at that time. In May of 2008 Matt Field posted the following comment at db.etree:
"To whynotus and Nak700, this is my tape and I would be happy to seed the master at some point (a bit busy with kids at the moment) - totally cool by me to have it out there. ANd good guess as to who mastered it. It is a D5 master, Nak 300's with guns 19th row center - Matt Field ".
I am thinking I must have updated the lineage info as I was preparing to add the meta tags a couple of years ago. If you look at the text file in the database the newer info is not present.
|interesting, so has the master ever appeared anywhere?
|" so has the master ever appeared anywhere?"
|Cool, finally a confirmation that this is Matt's recording. I am very pleased to see that he is OK with what I did and I hope that someday the master will surface. For the record this is the only time I ever transfered someone elses recording. I was under a bit of pressure to release this and felt that for the time the transfer method was well worth it and I was absolutely positive that this was a 1st gen copy. Funny thing is I do remember being in Matts apartment in Boulder in '82 - '83 with a guy named Eugene, sharing stories and masters. Perhaps this one got traded in one of those meetings. :)