Phish 07/13/99
Tweeter Center, Mansfield, MA
Source Summary
flac16 48kHz Schoeps MK41 > Sony SBM-1 > Sony D8 > Sony D7; DAT(m) @ 48kHz > Tascam DA-20mkII > Canare Coax > Korg MR-2000S > Kimber USB 2.0 > Samplitude Pro X v12.5.0.264 (fades, edits) > TLH v2.7.0 (flac 8, ffp) > Foobar2000 v1.2.9 Live Show Tagger; Recorded by: chk; Transfer & edits by Jeff Mitchell
Phish
1999-07-13
Tweeter Center
Mansfield, MA

Source:  Schoeps MK41 > Sony SBM-1 > Sony D8 > Sony D7
Transfer:  DAT(m) @ 48kHz > Tascam DA-20mkII > Canare Coax > Korg MR-2000S > Kimber USB 2.0 > Samplitude Pro X v12.5.0.264 (fades, edits) > TLH v2.7.0 (flac 8, ffp) > Foobar2000 v1.2.9 Live Show Tagger

Recorded by: chk
DAT provided by: chk
Transfer & edits by Jeff Mitchell (jeffhmitchell@gmail.com)
Seeded to etree 2014-10-01

Set 1:
s1t01 - NICU
s1t02 - The Curtain >
s1t03 - Halley's Comet >
s1t04 - Roses Are Free >
s1t05 - NO2
s1t06 - Lawn Boy
s1t07 - Reba >
s1t08 - Carini >
s1t09 - Funky Bitch

Set 2:
s2t01 - Wolfman's Brother >
s2t02 - Piper
s2t03 - Bug >
s2t04 - Mountains In The Mist
s2t05 - Run Like An Antelope >
s2t06 - Possum
s2t07 - Encore Break

Encore:
s2t08 - Tuesday's Gone

Notes: NO2 was played for the first time since July 16, 1994 (356 shows) and, for the first known time, included the instrumental ending originally included on The White Tape. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Antelope included Meatstick teases and Trey acknowledging his friends Dave and Luann Abrahams, who were in the crowd. Possum and the Phish debut of Tuesday’s Gone featured Scott Murawski on guitar.

Tech Notes:
- the first 00:12:55 of NICU are from #86536
- drop out at 00:41:35 - 00:41:38 in NICU; patched with #86536
ffp
ph1999-07-13s1t01.flac:9f1f8b6d61e3c45aa77d74061ece2e9d
ph1999-07-13s1t02.flac:fc59f2cd579b3759a5656df4f089c88a
ph1999-07-13s1t03.flac:079794f88a3d2631ca087c4ba1ac8d5f
ph1999-07-13s1t04.flac:38a9d8e69bf7ded0f4f2fa04e9e43d18
ph1999-07-13s1t05.flac:b9f181532d56bc70461d7e3ca05413da
ph1999-07-13s1t06.flac:ffa7539b1c3d47a365cc3ef11396dac5
ph1999-07-13s1t07.flac:826783ea7c33e6e9a6b79f669d9b2f90
ph1999-07-13s1t08.flac:3f7cc18c21cbafbed6141bcfdba551ab
ph1999-07-13s1t09.flac:b817c25ce26f500a271622536a700055
ph1999-07-13s2t01.flac:58a72888cc9f627d5da975db6288411f
ph1999-07-13s2t02.flac:ff654c84ef8b42216027da2cbcf7ce6c
ph1999-07-13s2t03.flac:ae6ecdb6f2cf2544443679d2c25c3e41
ph1999-07-13s2t04.flac:e52d7570ef13395843be038bcc6b232b
ph1999-07-13s2t05.flac:f17eb0bcfa64b263c80a9d3c7d55becc
ph1999-07-13s2t06.flac:e83180e1d870eb40f2a2210709ae4d9d
ph1999-07-13s2t07.flac:fa7515793e082db0940f9d75ca7fc9e0
ph1999-07-13s2t08.flac:6d692a68d7b4b3026ff9965112bb9519

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