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Monday, October 24, 2011

[BT] Phish 12/29/96 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA Neumann KM140 FOB *16 bit* (new source to circulation)

New source to circulation...

The Spectrum
Philadelphia, PA

**16 bit**

Source: Neumann KM140>Beyer MV100>SBM1 (44.1 khz)
Location: FOB
Transfer: Sony PCM-2600(AES)>Sound Devices 722 (24/44.1)>Firewire>Macbook>
Sound Studio 3.6(fades, normalize peak, +gain, track, bit depth conversation)>
xACT 2.13(align on sector boundaries, encode, tag, fingerprint)>flac16 (level 8 )
Taped by: Jeff Kemp
DAT clone provided by: Marcus Thunich
Transferred, processed and seeded by: Lenny Stubbe

Set I: (1:03:25)

01. intro
02. Poor Heart>
03. Caravan>
04. Cavern>
05. Taste
06. Guelah Papyrus
07. Train Song
08. Rift>
09. Free
10. Squirming Coil
11. La Grange

Set II: (1:30:29)

01. intro
02. David Bowie
03. A Day in the Life
04. Bathtub Gin>
05. Lizards
06. You Enjoy Myself>
07. Sixteen Candles>
08. You Enjoy Myself Vocal Jam
09. Harpua>
10. Champagne Supernova>
11. Harpua

12. encore break
13. Rocky Top

- Caravan last time played 12/2/1994 (160 shows)
- Sesame Street theme tease from Page in Squirming Coil
- You Enjoy Myself includes a Rotation Jam
- Sixteen Candles and Champagne Supernova were both first time played
- Sixteen Candles featured Mike solo, on piano
- Champagne Supernova featured Tom Marshall on vocals
- There is some FOB clapping and chatter in the left channel throughout. I applied some light EQ in a few spots only in the left channel to minimize the disruption
- Thanks to Marcus Thunich for the DAT
- Thanks to Craig Hillwig for the PCM-2600
- Setlist details courtesy of

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