March 29, 1995
This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 18096
2nd set partial – from Phil’s ear monitor
Source: Phil’s Ear Monitor Feed > Crew Member’s Cassette Master (recorded inside venue) > 2nd Gen Cassette **see notes
Transfer: 2nd gen cassette > Kenwood CT-2050 > RCA analog (Monster cables)> RME digi96/8PAD > Soundforge 6.0 recorded at 96kHz/24bit
Mastered: Wavelab 4.0 > Waves X-noise(very slight hiss reduction); normalized; 96/24 > 44.1/16 > CDWave > MKWact > SHN (seekable)
Another Installment of The Music Never Stopped Project
01. [01:20] Band goes over set “Help on the Range, Franklin’s Glauwer, Trauma in the Train, Florina”
02. [00:36] Phil “Do you want to try Unbroken Chain tonight??”
03. [03:11] Steve get’s chords up and Jerry complains to Harry about reverb
04. [07:09] Unbroken Chain
05. [04:00] Help on the Way >
06. [06:59] Slipknot >
07. [15:52] Franklin’s Tower
08. [00:37] Jam out of Playin >
09. [10:31] SOTM
**Notes from the original uploader:
This tape came from a member of the Grateful Dead’s crew. This is not from the scanner in the parking lot. It was taped by the crewmember himself. I cannot reveal his name because I don’t want to get him in any shit. I am not exactly sure how it was taped inside the venue. He told to me the story verbally about 4 years ago, and I cannot remember exactly what he said. But one thing I remember for sure, it came from him inside, not from the parking lot scanner.
I met this guy when I was taping a GD member’s ?post-dead? band in 1998. They happened to be playing at a venue where I know the soundman. I was taping off the board that night. I got into a conversation with one of the band?s crew. (this tape?s source) In talking I found out he was a former crewmember for the GD.
On this particular night, the GD member?s band did not bring their own DAT deck. So this guy wanted a DAT clone of what I taped. We exchanged info but I did not get around to making his copy for a long while. During that time, he called me a couple of times and told me about this 95 monitor feed tape he had. We agreed and he sent me this tape in exchange for the DAT. He made my copy from his cassette master.
I had the tape in late 1999 and made a copy for my roommate at the time. We?ve since parted ways. Unfortunately, in the 2001 move I lost my copy. I was at my former roommates house the other night and the topic of this tape came up. He dug out his copy.
The copy of the 95 UBC Philly sound check contained on side B a monitor feed from the Omni in Atlanta from 3/29/95. This is the third live performance of Unbroken Chain. The monitor feed captures the band talking to each other in the ear monitors. They joke around with the names of the songs at the begining – very funny!
Seeded to etree by Marc Pujol
June 14, 2003
Big thanks to my friend Austin Mulhern for holding onto the tape which became the source for this transfer