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Re: Looking for a show

Postby willbreathes » Tue Feb 16, 2010 4:27 pm

Widespread Panic 08/13/06
Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IL

Set I
Pusherman > Hatfield > Rock, Weight Of The World > Nobody's Loss > This Part Of Town > One Kind Favor, From The Cradle > Fishwater
Set II
Goodpeople, Driving Song > Disco > Don't Be Denied > Surprise Valley > Jam > Driving Song > Impossible > Drums > Arleen > Papa's Home > Space Wrangler, Tennessee Before Daylight > Chilly Water
Set III
E: End Of The Show > Last Dance
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Entire show with John Keane on guitar/pedal steel, Sam Holt on guitar/vocals
[Only 'Tennessee Before Daylight']
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Re: Looking for a show

Postby stonefan » Tue Feb 16, 2010 5:45 pm

:clap: :thumbup:

That is a hell of a set list! I have been looking for a good Hatfield! Only one I have is from Live at the Classic City album.
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Re: Looking for a show

Postby willbreathes » Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:21 pm

I saw four shows in a row (Cleveland/ChicagoX3), and Sam Holt impressed me more than anyone in a long time.

The second set to ^^that show was my favorite of the four nights... serious heat!
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Re: Looking for a show

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Re: Looking for a show

Postby stonefan » Thu Feb 18, 2010 7:01 pm

SHOWS IN HAND!!!!!

Thanks again buddy!!

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Re: Looking for a show

Postby willbreathes » Fri Feb 19, 2010 12:20 am

Success!!
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Re: Looking for a show

Postby phishinsky » Fri Feb 19, 2010 6:53 pm

willbreathes wrote:Success!!

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Re: Looking for a show

Postby willbreathes » Thu Feb 25, 2010 4:36 pm

Second package received!

Thanks a ton for the ABB show, look forward to hearing it.

Gonna do a little investigation to see if I can find a great show with those three songs you mentioned. Will keep you up to date on my findings.
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Re: Looking for a show

Postby stonefan » Thu Feb 25, 2010 5:08 pm

No rush my friend!! The setlist (pretty sure I forgot to include it) is:

Disc1
1. Black Hearted Woman
2. Sailin' 'Cross The Devil's Sea
3. I'm Not Crying
4. Blue Sky
5. Statesboro Blues
6. Please Call Home
7. Trouble No More
8. True Gravity

Disc 2
Acoustic:
9. Steady Rolling Man
10. Everyday
11. Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
12. Come On In My Kitchen
13. Melissa

Disc3
Electric:
14. Don't Want You No More
15. It's Not My Cross To Bear
16. Change My Way of Living
17. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
Encore:
18. No One To Run With
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Re: Looking for a show

Postby phishinsky » Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:12 pm

Nice set list...
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Re: Looking for a show

Postby stonefan » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:14 pm

phishinsky - it was even better in person. Willing to trade for some great Phish if you're interseted.
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Re: Looking for a show

Postby phishinsky » Fri Feb 26, 2010 4:49 pm

Maybe, I am looking into some shows here, thanks for the offer! I'll be around and be in touch..
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Re: Looking for a show

Postby willbreathes » Mon Mar 01, 2010 1:06 pm

Burning the discs now, hope you enjoy.

I included one of my favorite shows of all time, which includes my absolute favorite Antelope. It also has a very good Wilson. Threw in an extra disc too, which has the Harry Hood intro... so I almost fulfilled all your requests! :thumbup:

Info files below:

Phish
Campus Club
Providence, RI
3/13/92

Lineage: S:MCass>(DAT ?)>PCM>CD>EAC>SHN
**update**
S:MCass>(DAT ?)>PCM>CD>EAC>SHN>ReMastering>SHN

Disc 1 / Set 1:

1. The Curtain >
2. Split Open and Melt *
3. Poor Heart >
4. Guelah Papyrus
5. Maze
6. Dinner and a Movie >
7. Divided Sky

Disc 2:

1. Mound >
2. Fluffhead >
3. Run Like an Antelope >
4. BBFCFM^ >
5. Run Like an Anteope

Set 2

6. Wilson^^ >
7. Brother >
8. The Horse >
9. Silent in the Morning

Disc 3:

1. The Landlady >
2. Lizards
3. My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own
4. The Sloth >
5. Rift
6. Cold As Ice
7. Love You >
8. Cold As Ice
9. Possum^^^

Encore

10. Contact
11. Fire


Notes: The "?" in the lineage is not an extra analog generation. I'm just not
sure if the PCM came from a DAT or not, thus I put the question mark in. I
transferred the PCM, removed the DC offset, converted from 44.056Khz to
44.1Khz at the highest quality setting, tracked, and burned this show on
July 30, 2003. I wonder if perhaps the master was recorded with Dolby on and
played back with it off. It seems a bit too bright to me. However, I did
not mess with the recording in any way. Enjoy!

* - There is a very small dropout at 2:10. I tried several times to get a
clean read off the PCM tape at that spot, but could not. It's hardly
noticable, though.

^ - Has a vocal jam based on "Hawaii" and a "Lullabye" tease in it.

^^ - "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" tease to start

^^^ - Trey explains secret language

David Hollister

***RE-MASTERING NOTES 8/2003***
This show almost certainly has the pre-emphisis enabled if this a *true* PCM recording. That is the most likely cause for the overly harsh sound of the show. Upon getting these SHN's, they were loaded into REBA and passed through a 20band Parametric EQ with the J17 de-emphisis setting. Next in store for this show was a pass through the BBE Sonic Maximizer. This was used to really bring the mix together....it really brought out the low end very well. You can actually hear Mike's bass now ;-) The reason this was done is because if you listen real closely, you may notice you hear a lot of room dynamics....the recording had a slight time smear problem because of the 2 sources used to record this. The BBE unit was used to correct for this. Yes, you heard me right...I think this is a matrix, SBD+AUD. The SOAM has some nasty feedback. I crossfaded the feedback to "lessen" the damage to our ears. The pops in Fluffhead were toned down somewhat, but I had to leave BBFCFM alone....most of the distortion you hear is not dropouts but rather mic overload.

The show was re-mastered, re-tracked, then shn'd in August 2003.

Remastering by Mr. Marmar


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

Cass/1 > digital remastering > D8 > CDR

Seeded by Ben Mohr (bmohr@udel.edu)
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---------------
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!!!




(the '85 show is the show where Mike realized he wanted to play music forever)
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Re: Looking for a show

Postby stonefan » Mon Mar 01, 2010 1:52 pm

:clap: Thanks again!! I cant wait to get the show...not only does it have Antelope and Wilson, but has a lot of other songs that I dont have yet!!!

Thanks again buddy!!!!!!!
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Re: Looking for a show

Postby willbreathes » Mon Mar 01, 2010 3:34 pm

Wait until you hear the Whipping Post Jam... :shock:
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Re: Looking for a show

Postby stonefan » Wed Mar 03, 2010 8:45 pm

package RECIEVED!!!!! :clap:
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