[bittorrent] Phish 4/22/92 - Hilton Ballroom - Eugene, OR

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Band:           Phish
Torrent Name:   Phish 4/22/92 - Hilton Ballroom - Eugene, OR
Uploaded by:    Subtle Sounds
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Description / text file:
April 22, 1992
Hilton Ballroom 
Eugene, OR
Earth Day Celebration

Source*: SBD
Mastered, tracked, and FLAC16 by Marmar- imthemarmar at gmail.com
Set I: 
01. /Sparkle 
02. Guelah Papyrus 
03. Divided Sky 
04. Mound 
05. Stash 
(All Things Reconsidered) 
06. /Suzy Greenberg
Set II: 
01. Glide 
02. Run Like an Antelope
03. The Horse > Silent in the Morning
04. Rift
05. Wilson ->

01. /You Enjoy Myself
02. Poor Heart
03. Cold As Ice 
04. Cracklin' Rosie > Cold As Ice
05. Harpua
06. Runaway//Jim
07. Take the 'A' Train
08. Rocky Top

Show Notes: To commemorate Earth Day, inflatable globes were thrown around the audience.

*Notes on the source
Set 1 and end of set 2 are from:
Source/Conversion: SBD Cass/4 (Maxell XLII 90 min)> Sony TC-WE805S >
Art DI/O (48Khz, Input gain +12dB, No "Tube Warmth")>
Delta DIO 2496> WaveLab v4.0c> WAV (@24/48)> FLAC (24-bit, v1.1.0)
Transfer>24bit FLAC files by Weave - Weave at furthurnet.org on 4/1/2004
Thanks to Josh Porter for the source cassette.

Set 2 is from:
Source: SBD-> C0-> DAT->DAT Clone
Cassette mastered (by Bill H.) on an unknown "vintage 80s 3-head Nak deck (not a DR-1)" -> Maxell XL-II cassette -> Played back by a Nak DR1 deck -> Recorded to DAT on Sony R500 DAT w/SBM* (by Clay Ellwood) -> Cloned on Sony R500 + Tascam DA20 MKII @ 48KHz

Tascam DA-20 MkII-> Monster Coax-> M-Audio Audiophile 24/96-> Soundforge 5.0e (48KHz->44.1KHz at highest setting [4 of 4], with anti-alias filter)-> CD Wave 1.62-> mkwACT v0.97**No DAE at all**
Transferred by Dan Marquardt <danmarq at msn.com>

Set 1 and the end of set 2 were running slow/flat....since there was some overlap, bringing the material into tune with the rest of the show was easily done. The cuts were faded where necessary...The Fade out of the SBD/0 was matched exactly with the SBD/4, but then a cut happens shortly after...then the rest of the set finishes without incident. Sadly, the best part of Set 1 is missing...

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