Boston Music Hall
With the Santa Monica Flyers
Friday, Nov. 16, 1973
(two sources combined)
lineage: My master tape (barndoggs) > CDR > EAC > FLAC > DIME
Recorded on a Panasonic with crummy mike.
remaster lineage: dime download (flac) > wav > flac (sb’s aligned) > remaster upload
remastering by glasnostrd19 (Ian)
1: don’t be denied 6:21
2: when you dance I can really love 6:02
3: tonight’s the night 6:51
4: world on a string 3:49
5: new mama 3:43
6: roll another number 3:34
7: tired eyes 6:46 (spliced, after song ends)
8: the needle & the damage done 3:26
9: Ohio 3:28
10: talk and tuning 2:17
11: human highway 1:57
helpless was listed in master post as being here, but it wasn’t.)
12: happy birthday Neil > I believe in you 6:34
13: talk > cinnamon girl 7:46
14: cowgirl in the sand (spliced, tape flip about 5:57) 9:38
15: the losing end 6:52
16: tonightís the night (end cuts) 14:06
tracks 1-15 are from torrent #344870.
track 16 is from torrent #333469, then pitch adjusted.
From the original uploader: Most of this was posted on Feb. 14, 2011 by barndoggs at dime torrent #344870.
I have balanced the right level volume to match up to the left side, removed short interruption gaps after when you dance, and tonight’s the night, spliced a short silent gap after “tired eyes”, spliced ending applause
to the abruptly cut end of Ohio (tape flip?) and cowgirl in the sand, spliced the tape flip in cowgirl (previously in 2 tracks), took the last track (tonight’s the night) from another source post (torrent #333469 posted by Babbo1 as a reseed on Nov. 30, 2010, previously seeded by Cyrus from an incomplete recording, of about 45 minutes) and speed adjusted it to match the pitch of this one, edited the end of “the losing end” so it would fit with it, and retracked several tracks because many of the tracks began with several seconds of tuning and/or silence.
this is now a seamless recording.