[bittorrent] Widespread Panic 09/19/1993 Campus Center Suny Fredonia *NEVER CIRCULATED*

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Band:           Widespread Panic
Torrent Name:   Widespread Panic 09/19/1993 Campus Center Suny Fredonia *NEVER CIRCULATED*
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Description / text file:
Widespread Panic
Campus Center
Suny Fredonia
Fredonia NY

Source: Shure Microphones? > Some kind of audio board > Analog Cable > Sony D7 @ 48khz ( SEE SOURCE NOTES)

Transfer: Original Master Dat From D7>Sony DTC-690> Audioquest Optilink 1 > Sekd'D Prodif Plus> Samplitude V5.5>Wav>
          Soundforge 4.5xp (resample 48K > 44.1 @ highest setting w/ anti alias filter)> CDwav> 
          Flac frontend @ highest setting.

Taped and Transferred by: Sparki

Disc One:   

01: Papa's Home
02: Holden Oversoul
03: Hatfield
04: Walkin (for your love)
05: Get Up Early in the Morning*
06: Fish Water* 

Disc Two: 

01: Who Do You Belong To?
02: Pleas
03: Mercy
04: Pigeons
05: Encore: Pickin Up the Pieces

* Craig Dreyer on Saxophone

Show Notes:
Dryer Brothers opened the show.
Show was very small with maybe 75 people in attendance. The campus center was not very big and was 1/4 full at best.
My ticket stub says the show cost $3 for students.

Source Notes:
I ran into John Bell before the show and asked him if he could hook me up with the sound guy for a SBD patch since there
were no tapers about and all I had was a pair of Sonic Studio mic's.
John intorduced me to the sound guy, but he said mangement/record label prevented him from giving me a board patch. 
The sound guy then introduced me to a couple of guys from the Fredonia Audio Engineering Club or something like that.
These guys had a small Audio Board setup right next to the bands SBD with what I believe was a pair of Shure Mic's and 
were going to record the show on this board onto a cassette. They planned on playing with all the bells and whistles 
to see how the board could change the overall sound.They were psyched to see a DAT player and had a bunch of questions.
Anyway, they were willing to let me plug in and have a direct feed that was not tweeked in anyway but all they had was
analog out (No Digital). After all these years I pulled out the master dat and here it is......Enjoy !!! 


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