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|Show||Phish 12/01/1996 Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA Schoeps MK41>Oade *16 bit 44.1 khz* (only second ever new source to circulation on etree)|
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Los Angeles, CA
Source: Schoeps CMC6/MK41 > Oade (unknown model) > Tascam DA-P1 > DAT (48 khz)
Transfer: Sony PCM-2600(Apogee AES/EBU)>Sound Devices 722 (16/48)>
Firewire>Macbook>Sound Studio 3.6(fades, normalize peak, +gain, track)>
Wave Editor 1.5.7 (iZotope Resampler)>
xACT 2.21(align on sector boundaries, encode, tag, fingerprint)>flac16 (level 8 )
Patch taped by: Don Wright
Clone (1) provided by: Craig Hillwig
Transferred and seeded by: Lenny Stubbe
Set I: (1:02:06)
02. Peaches en Regalia>
03. Poor Heart>
05. Cars Trucks Buses
06. Character Zero
07. The Curtain>
08. Down with Disease
09. Train Song
10. The Horse>
11. Silent in the Morning
12. Sample in Jar>
Set II: (1:17:51)
05. A Day in the Life
07. Swept Away>
09. Tweezer Reprise>
10. Johnny B. Goode>
11. Slave to the Traffic Light
12. encore break
13. Highway to Hell
- This show marked the return of Peaches en Regalia, which had been shelved since 12/31/94 (144 shows)
- Reba did not contain whistling
- DAT was paused during the encore break
- This is only the second source ever circulated on etree of this show as of its release date
- Setlist notes courtesy of http://Phish.net and http://mbird.org
- 48 khz version exists
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|Checksums||;flac fingerprints generated by xACT 2.21 on 2013-02-17 20:15:23 +0000|
|Last seeder||Last activity 2:04:45 ago|
|Size||750.68 MB (787148624 Bytes)|
|Num files||28 files|
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|This one doesn't suffer from the crowd interference that the only other source that circulates does.
Nice clean pull here.
|I think only the oade deluxe was out... don't think I saw 248's til 1997
|Good point. We know Don picked his up in 97 and weren't sure of this. This is not a Stan Lobitz source as he did run this exact rig with an Oade Deluxe.
Don ran his 4031/414 mix and took this patch in the section. Taper unknown.
|I have that other source, and the crowd is definitely quite loud in the mix. Look forward to hearing this vantage point - thanks for sharing!
|I just added this to the etree database:
|holy new source!!!!! thanks Lenny and Craig!!
weird fishy tweezer in this one.
|nice, thank you!
|Haven't heard this source yet but BY ALL MEANS, get the show. I was 20th row DFC for the whole thing and it was just a masterpiece. The Peaches *shocked* me, Trey dedicated it to Frank after CTB. Nice getting Cavern and Zero early in the set so we might get something bigger later.
The Reba might be my favorite (type I as opposed to something like 10/29/98 which is type II) version I've ever heard. The much-hoped-for Antelope doesn't disappoint.
Tweezer has a heavy metal ending that's pretty entertaining. The best thing about Sparkle was that it was quick. 8^) This Simple is also quite beautiful, effortlessly dropping into DITL.
The Steep>Swept combo was perfectly executed. Getting both Johnny B and then Slave after the Tweeprise was also a very nice, unexpected surprise and the Highway was awesome. Any band that covers Zappa, the Beatles and AC/DC in the same show can't be all bad.
Get it and rock your socks off!
|This was my first Phish show - I know, I was late to the party - so glad there's a new source! I'm downloading this right now and can't wait to give it a listen, Thanks so much!
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