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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2009 3:02 am
by willbreathes
GOOD INTERNET IS BACK IN TOWN!

I'm going to finish uploading all of '92 that hasn't been uploaded yet to LL.

I HIGHLY suggest grabbing all of it. You know... if you like music.



http://www.shnflac.net/details.php?id=9aa1ebf0907c3e9169932a81040f2d6bc42c0c6e


Phish
03-17-92
Lisner Auditorium - Washington, DC

Source: B+K 4011 (XY-90 degrees) > Sony D-10 Pro
Transfer: Fostex D5 > Tascam CDRW 700 > CDR (master) > EAC > SHN

DAT>CD Transfer by Mark Lynn
SHN Conversion by Ben Mohr (bmohr@udel.edu)

-------------------------------------
Disc 1: (72:11)
-------------------------------------
-Set 1-
1. crowd noise (00:40)
2. Buried Alive > (02:16)
3. Possum* (08:20)
4. Cavern (04:42)
5. Sparkle (03:57)
6. It's Ice (08:45)
7. I Didn't Know** (03:13)
8. The Divided Sky (12:27)
9. Guelah Papyrus (05:47)
10. Rift (07:57)
11. Bouncing Around the Room (03:37)
12. Run Like an Antelope* (10:30)

-------------------------------------
Disc 2: (67:4
-------------------------------------
-Set 2-
1. Runaway Jim (07:13)
2. Glide (04:09)
3. The Sloth (03:54)
4. Poor Heart (02:52)
5. Tweezer (11:17)
6. Esther (08:5
7. Mike's Song -> (06:39)
8. I Am Hydrogen -> (03:06)
9. Weekapaug Groove (05:40)
10. Cold as Ice -> (01:07)
11. Love You^ -> (03:49)
12. HYHU (00:40)
13. Llama (05:23)
-Encore-
14. Memories (01:01)
15. Sweet Adeline (02:00)

* with Secret Language signals
** with Henrietta on vacuum
^ Fish introduces band - on piano, Mr. Page McConnell...on the bass,
Mr. Michael Gordon...on the tubs, Mr. Ernest Giuseppie Anastasio

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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2009 12:02 pm
by willbreathes
http://www.shnflac.net/details.php?id=d367098cc20752919c3075a9e7362c05bced3212

Phish
March 17, 1992
Lisner Auditorium
Washington, D.C.

Source: SBD > DAT > Cass/3
Transfer: Sony TC-KA3ES > DSP24 > Wavelab 24/48wavs (mastering) > FLAC16

Transfer, mastering and FLAC16 by Marmar- imthemarmar@gmail.com

Disc One:
Buried Alive
Possum
Cavern
Sparkle
It\'s Ice
I Didn\'t Know
The Divided Sky//
//Guelah Papyrus/
Rift
Bouncing Around the Room
Run Like an Antelope

Disc Two:
Runaway Jim
Glide
The Sloth
Poor Heart/

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PostPosted: Fri May 08, 2009 11:19 pm
by willbreathes
http://www.shnflac.net/details.php?id=21e56693096f9b98d7462ecaf1ff6ac0c24dfa58

Phish
6/19/04 - SPAC, Saratoga Springs, NY

1: Reba, Runaway Jim, NICU > Scents and Subtle Sounds, Wolfman's Brother, Walls of the Cave > David Bowie

2: A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing, Piper > Gotta Jibboo > Limb By Limb, Cavern

E: Wading in the Velvet Sea


Source: Neumann TLM170's(hyper's)> V2> MiniMe> DA-P1
dead center row 2 of tapers section
Conversion: DA-P1> Prodif Plus> Samplitude Profesional> CDWAV> MKW

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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 12:32 pm
by willbreathes
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Phish
5/3/85
Wilkes\Davis\Wing Dorm BBQ, UVM
Burlington, VT

Source: CS1 > DAT > CD
Transfer: Tascam DA-302 > HHB CDR-850
Encoding: CD > EAC (secure Mode) > WAV > SHNTool > Flac (1.1.0)

Disc 1
Set 1
01. Mike's Song ->
02. Dave's Enegry Guide
Set 3
03. Scarlet Begonias
04. Eyes of the World->
05. Whipping Post

Disc 2
Set 3 cont'd
01. McGrupp >
02. Makisupa Policeman >
03. Antelope Jam >
04. The Other One
Encore
05. Anarchy
Filler: Nectars 6-19-88
06. BBFCFM*
07. Swing Low*
08. Contact
09. Antelope
*- Dance contest

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PostPosted: Wed May 13, 2009 11:07 am
by willbreathes
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Phish
10-30-85
Hunt's - Burlington, VT

SBD > Cass/1 > DA-P1 > D8 > CDR > EAC > NR (see notes) > SHN

Conversion/Remastering:
Ben Mohr (bmohr@udel.edu)
carini.etree.org
Thanks to Brendan K. for the seed!

--------------
Disc 1 (46:03)
--------------
1. Harry Hood*
2. Dog Log
3. Possum
4. Slave to the Traffic Light*
5. Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley
6. I Wish

--------------
Disc 2 (36:54)
--------------
1. Revival
2. Alumni Blues
3. Prep School Hippie
4. Skippy the Wondermouse

* first time played!!!

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PostPosted: Wed May 13, 2009 7:14 pm
by willbreathes
DVD UPLOAD


http://www.shnflac.net/details.php?id=30ea82202802e298ea42b793651d57b39e75bfc8

Mike Gordon and Warren Haynes
Stubbs BBQ
Austin, Texas
1 Camera Pro
3/10/02

FULL SHOW


RARE solo Mike and Warren show strictly for the press at South By Southwest 2002. Earlier that day Mike and Warren world premiered Mike Gordon's PHENOMENAL documentary Rising Low and this press only show was to promote the film and get the news out to the world that it has been premiered! This has NEVER circulated and there is very little record that this show even happened...UNTIL NOW!! ENJOY!!

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 02, 2009 2:59 am
by willbreathes
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Phish
November 14, 1985
Memorial Auditorium Basement
Burlington, VT

Source: AUD > ? > CD > EAC > FLAC16

Thanks to Alec Swensen for the source file!

Hurricane

Show Notes: This setlist is incomplete.

**Note**
This is the ONLY copy of this I have ever seen...it is also the only time this song was ever performed. The sound quality isn't that great, and it may have had an mp3 generation somewhere in the chain (hard to tell with recordings this old and of this quality)....This seed is for historical purposes only.


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11-23-85 Goddard College Cafeteria, Plainfield, VT

Cass/1 > digital remastering > D8 > CDR

Seeded by Ben Mohr (bmohr@udel.edu)
carini.etree.org

---------------
Disc 1: (44:31)
---------------
1. Mike's Song (4:33)
2. Whipping Post -> (16:03)
3. Jam -> Harry Hood intro (11:11)
4. Run Like An Antelope -> (9:01)
5. Dave's Energy Guide (3:43)

This is an oldie but goodie. The sound quality is not perfect but what
can you expect from an '85. I'm assuming this is a soundboard recording
but I won't make any judgments since it wasn't in the source info given to me.
Enjoy!!!

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 09, 2009 1:16 am
by willbreathes
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Phish
2-3-1986
Hunt's Burlington, VT

1. Slave
2. Mikes's Song>
3. Dave's Energy Guide
4. YEM ****
5. Alumni Blues>
6. Letters to Jimmy Page>
7. Alumni Blues
8. Prep School Hippie
9. Antelope

**** 1st time played

Source: unknown audience
Transfer: CD>EAC>WAV>SHN
Seeded by Paul Giunta (widespreadcheeseaccident@yahoo.com)

This show came to me in audio format and I converted it to SHN for ease in circulating it.
I used EAC to generate the wav files and mkw to convert to SHN.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 13, 2009 12:16 pm
by willbreathes
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04-01-86 Hunt's Festival of Fools, Burlington, VT

AUD > Cass/1 > DA-P1 > D8 > CDR > EAC > SHN

Seeded by Ben Mohr (bmohr@udel.edu)
carini.etree.org

--------------
Disc 1 (50:36)
--------------
Set 1:
1. Quinn the Eskimo (6:42)
2. Have Mercy -> (5:35)
3. Harry Hood -> (10:44)
4. Dave's Energy Guide (7:20)
5. The Pendulum (1:13)
6. Icculus (5:17)
7. You Enjoy Myself* (13:45)

--------------
Disc 2 (41:12)
--------------
Set 2:
1. Help on the Way -> (3:33)
2. Slipknot! -> (8:40)
3. AC/DC Bag (6:19)
4. McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters -> (7:26)
5. Alumni Blues -> (6:52)
6. Dear Mrs. Reagan (6:13)
7. Not Fade Away (2:09)

*There is a quick tape flip at 9:21, but it isn't too noticeable.

A great early show with lots of stage banter!!
Includes some early covers and great jamming!!

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2009 7:39 pm
by zoot horn rollo
anyone know if this is any good?

05/19/00, Set I

The Key Club, Los Angeles, CA



SOURCE: KLOS moaural radio broadcast from the Key Club in Los Angeles > DAT > CDR >

Verified flawless EAC (Jeff) > SHN v3



SOURCE OF UNBROADCAST PORTION OF 05/19/00 SHOW: AKG414/FOB > DAT > CDR >

Verified flawless EAC (Jeff) > SHN v3





05/19/00, Set I:



01. [10:00] Gotta Jiboo

02. [07:28] First Tube

03. [07:29] Bug

04. [05:14] Heavy Things

05. [03:48] Talk



5/19/00, Set I, Unbroadcast portion:



06. [11:11] Twist Around

07. [05:15] Tube

08. [05:37] Piper >

09. [04:37] Llama

10. [04:56] Brian & Robert

11. [04:14] Magilla

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 25, 2009 3:48 am
by willbreathes
^ It's good, mine also has Back on the Train at the very end as well.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 16, 2009 5:21 pm
by phishpile

willbreathes wrote:http://www.shnflac.net/details.php?id=6d150b01596ad77111babaa063de5b10a94933d0

Phish
5/3/85
Wilkes\Davis\Wing Dorm BBQ, UVM
Burlington, VT

Source: CS1 > DAT > CD
Transfer: Tascam DA-302 > HHB CDR-850
Encoding: CD > EAC (secure Mode) > WAV > SHNTool > Flac (1.1.0)

Disc 1
Set 1
01. Mike's Song ->
02. Dave's Enegry Guide
Set 3
03. Scarlet Begonias
04. Eyes of the World->
05. Whipping Post

Disc 2
Set 3 cont'd
01. McGrupp >
02. Makisupa Policeman >
03. Antelope Jam >
04. The Other One
Encore
05. Anarchy
Filler: Nectars 6-19-88
06. BBFCFM*
07. Swing Low*
08. Contact
09. Antelope
*- Dance contest


please seed!

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 16, 2009 5:31 pm
by willbreathes
^ Hit the "RESEED" button on the torrent page.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 16, 2009 5:36 pm
by phishpile
I use Utorrent. Are you talking about that or the actual shnflac page?

And just wondering. I always convert my shows to mp3 with traders little helper. Are there any free programs that i can use to listen to the flac versions or is that impossible?

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 16, 2009 5:38 pm
by phishpile
Ah scratch the first question I figured it out. Stupid me.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 16, 2009 5:45 pm
by willbreathes
^ Check out the music player foobar, you may need to install the flac and shn plugins, but it is all I use.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 17, 2009 12:38 am
by phishpile
thanks very much

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 09, 2009 4:21 am
by staythirsty

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 09, 2009 9:22 pm
by willbreathes
Holy thirsty spam!


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 3:14 am
by willbreathes

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 3:27 am
by Fee
So your on those links right now Will? I'd like that Murat 94 show...Sweet!! thanks.

Mind if I leach?

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:19 am
by willbreathes
Yep, I hopped back off of them, but it looks like you got it. Anyone else want one of those (or anything else), just ask.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 3:57 pm
by Fee
^ Yeah I got it. Thanks Will!

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 2:50 pm
by zoot horn rollo
Phish
12-08-94 DSBD FOB Mix
Spreckels Theatre
San Diego, CA

Tracking:
Disc One: [71:38]
01. [06:03] Makisupa Policeman ->
02. [10:43] Maze
03. [07:53] AC/DC Bag ->
04. [09:55] Scent of a Mule
05. [07:18] Punch You in the Eye >
06. [09:23] Simple ->
07. [02:58] Catapult ->
08. [11:48] Lizards
09. [05:57] While My Guitar Gently Weeps


Disc Two: [75:40] <-- NEEDS AN 80-MINUTE CDR!
01. [16:00] Possum
02. [02:32] My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own
03. [04:22] Axilla [Part II] >
04. [19:31] Reba
05. [03:59] Nellie Cane,
06. [02:00] Sweet Adeline,
07. [13:28] David Bowie
08. [04:31] Golgi Apparatus
Encore:
09. [01:23] The Horse ->
10. [05:19] Silent in the Morning
11. [02:35] Rocky Top

http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=529856

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:06 pm
by willbreathes
Another one off of the DNC list!!!!!


http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=532307

PHISH

March 9, 1991
Tipitina's, New Orleans, LA

Source: Sennheiser mics (?) > Sony D5

Transfer: Cass1 > HHB > CDR > Flac

Disc One
Set One
01. Intro
02. Carolina
03. Landlady >
04. You Enjoy Myself >
05. My Sweet One >
06. Foam >
07. Divided Sky
08. Cavern >
09. Reba >
10. Possum

Set Two
11. Oh Kee Pah >
12. Suzy Greenberg

Disc Two
01. Squirming Coil >
02. Buried Alive >
03. Runaway Jim >
04. Guelah Papyrus
05. David Bowie
06. Lizards
07. Love You >
08. HYHU
09. Fire

Encore
10. Lawn Boy
11. Golgi Apparatus

Second Encore
12. Good Times Bad Times


This show apparently has not circulated before. I presume the online "Spreadsheet" will use this version soon.

GREAT THANKS ARE DUE TO JASON LAZAR, who sent me his analog cassette first gens for transfering and for sharing with you all -- and just in time for the Superbowl, featuring the NEW ORLEANS SAINTS no less. Hopefully the Saints will not be destroyed by the Colts as most have predicted, and we'll get a good game.

This show, which was Phish's second show in New Orleans, was taped by Rick Supan from Chattanooga, TN, and if anyone knows where he is, please let me know (cdirksen at earthlink.net), as apparently he also taped at least one other show that doesn't circulate.

Although there's very little hiss given the low gen source, there are (alas) some traditional analog cassette flaws in this recording, and at inopportune times. Unsurprisingly there are cuts at the tape flips and the start of the second set, namely cuts into Cavern, Oh Kee Pah and Lizards. But unfortunately there is some ugly tape warbling and dropouts at the CLIMAX of Reba's jam, and also at one point during the serene Divided Sky. In addition, Sennheiser mics have (had?) a tendency to be bass-heavy and create boomy (aka muddy) recordings in small rooms, and this recording bears these characteristics to a certain extent. There are also a few level issues here and there, but nothing terrifying.

The Phish.Net (and Phish Companion) setlists file used to have a partial setlist for this show, but thanks to this recording it has been corrected. The shownotes at Phish.Net for this show now read the following, and if you have any additions or suggested revisions to them, I hope you let us know about it via the "Submit a correction!" button beneath the setlist on Phish.Net: "Possum contained an Oom Pa Pa signal and a Dave's Energy Guide tease. Bowie featured Charlie Chan and Random Note signals."