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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Phish
  • 1991-03-13
  • Untitled
  • Boulder Theater
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Boulder
  • CO
  • USA
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Soundboard
  • Excellent
  • JamminJ
  • 7th of March 2009
  • 3/13/1991 Boulder Theater Boulder, CO Source: SBD->16-track mixer->DAT@44.1khz->PC via Event Gina Transferred by James Treworgy on 2/20/05 Info From Kevin Shapiro: "11/3/90 and the other tapes of the era (10/30-11/4) were all done by Mike Grace through a separate 16 track mixer and ran direct to 2 track DAT. He basically used the same setup in Spring 1991 too." Setlist: Set I [80:20:45] 1. Fluffhead 2. The Landlady 3. YEM 4. Cavern 5. The Divided Sky 6. Esther > 7. Llama 8. Squirming Coil 9. David Bowie Set II [79:28:01] 1. House Announcement 2. Suzie Greenberg 3. Split Open and Melt 4. Bouncing Around the Room 5. My Sweet One 6. Guelah Papyrus 7. Runaway Jim 8. The Sloth 9. Reba > 10. Tweezer 11. HYHU > Terrapin > HYHU 12. Oh Kee Pa Ceremony 13. Golgi Apparatus Encore: 14. Crowd Chant 15. Take The A Train 16. Big Fat Furry Creature From Mars Well, the other sources in circulation sound great, but if they can be even better, why not? What you have here is the gold standard version of this show. This is a 100% digital transfer from a master DAT clone with no flaws and no cuts. While the other sources in circulation are almost certainly based on this original source, they have unknown lineage and at least minor flaws. The most recent one is circulating as "unknown soundboard". More importantly, it's almost certain that this other source has gone through analog or other processing. The differences between this and the currently circulating source are as follows: 1. Source is of known lineage with no DAE. The technical quality is substantially different. Peak levels are almost 100% higher than the other source, and use most the full dynamic range. Since they are both obviously from the same original recording I suspect that the other version was transferred from the master through analog rather than digital, or some other processing got introduced along the way. This source is a 100% unprocessed digital transfer from a master DAT clone. 2. Nothing has been cut between songs. The other version had been clipped for space in Set I so it will fit on an 80 minute CD. This version will not fit on a standard 80 minute CD, so you'll either need to overburn or use a longer CD. The pre-encore crowd chanting from the master DAT has also been included in Set II and tracked separately so you can leave it off the CD if you want, though Set II is still under 80 minutes. 3. There are no known flaws in this version. The other version has at least one digital flaw that I found, a split-second dropout in the beginning of Divided Sky. 4. This version is distributed as FLAC rather than SHN ;-) C'mon people isn't it time to stop clinging to that ancient religion... FLAC compresses better, has integrated integrity checking so you don't need MD5 checksums, and you can encode tag details into the files so you get CD-TEXT and all sorts of other good stuff automatically. The FLACs in this distribution have been tagged. Long life FLAC! Death to SHN!