flac16; set two partial, Undocumented audience cassette of unknown generations transfered at 24/96 on a tascam112 MKII deck>apogee minime>aes-ebu xlr>Lynx2>wavelab6.0 Mastered on the GEMS Edit Station In Wavelab 6.0 Weiss Saracon Dither to 16/44.1 by Jamie Waddell Trac'ed cdwave,flac'ed flac frontend level 8 Tagged in tag and rename
University of Vermont
set two partial
Tape supplied by US_Blues
cassette transfered at 24/96 on a tascam112 MKII deck>apogee minime>aes-ebu xlr>Lynx2>wavelab6.0
Mastered on the GEMS Edit Station In Wavelab 6.0
Weiss Saracon Dither to 16/44.1 by Jamie Waddell
Trac'ed cdwave,flac'ed flac frontend level 8
Tagged in tag and rename
a **GEMS Production** www.shnflac.net june 2008
Generational and age decay causes some phasing in this source. The upfront and unique quality of this
recording justifies circulation even with the aformentioned inconsistencies. Hopefully this master will surface.
05 Playing In The Band>
09 Sugar Magnolia
10 One More Saturday Night
"I first heard this tape in the Fall of 1978 during my freshman year of college. I owned Blues for Allah and Wake
of the Flood, but had never heard a grateful Dead bootleg. This FOB was my bus ticket, plain and simple. The energy
of the crowd on this recording is what hooked me.
I received my copy of this tape from a friend who knew the taper's. At best my copy is a 2nd gen cassette, I recall
being told the taper's were 10th row center. To my ear this recording sounds like it was made closer to the stage
than the Glassberg MOTB version (an excellent recording), perhaps you'll agree.
Ultimately I wish for two things- first that you enjoy this recording as much as I have over these many years; and
secondly, that a lower generation (MAC?) comes to light. FWIW- the taper's lived in/near Syosset, NY.
Many thanks to **__** and his cohorts for preparing this for circulation. I had asked for a transfer for my own
listening, I am happy that this was deemed worthy enough for everyone to enjoy. -US_Blues"