University of Illnois
October 31, 1975
CD-R1 - SB 6 (FM)
Approximate Set List (Not a Track List):
1. "Hello Ladies and Germs" / Mona Ray
2. Morning is the Long Way Home
4. Eight Miles High
6. Power Failure
7. Sailors Grave on the Prarie
8. Pamela Brown
9. "Self Defence"
10. Can't Quite Put it Into Words
11. Tiny Island
12. Bean Time
13. Monkey Money
14. The Scarlatti Rip-Off
15. June Bug
16. San Antonio Rose / America the Beautiful
18. Grim to the Brim
20. Tennessee Toad
21. Hear the Wind Howl
22. Busted Bicycle
23. Crow River Waltz
24. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
25. Jack Fig
Lineage: FM > Unknown > CD-R > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure, Offset Correct) > FLAC (8) > You !
Front cover, EAC extraction log, info file, and checksum included.
Geetarz' 2010 Standard Dimeadozen Disclaimer:
This is a team sport! If you have comments, can add information, or add constructive criticism, please do!
I'm not your mom. I am not here to spoon-feed you. There seems to be a disconnect between those of us who have come from the taping / trading scene and the newer "downloader types" for whom music "collecting" began in the mid-2000s with the arrival of bittorrent. To this end, let me make some things clear:
1) With my connection speed, I don't need to upload anything, ever. The fact that I do take time to do so is a courtesy, please keep that in mind.
2) As a longtime collector, I am in the process of securely extracting, archiving, and backing up my collection. The newer "downloader dweebies" assume everything is a reseed, this is not the case with this upload. This is not to say that this material was not seeded by someone else in the past, nor that it may not be seeded from a different source in the future, merely to say that this is an extraction of material from my collection, and nothing else. The information presented with the uploads represents the information I received with trades, or over time through research or communication with other fans. Again, if you have something constructive to correct or add, please do. On the other hand, if you feel that this is the place for you to affirm the Greater Internet Dickwad Theory, please refrain.
3) My audio collection is mostly on CDs, and my archives are extracted to FLAC with that in mind. I don't care how you want your files tagged. The way I tag my files, is how they are going to be tagged. If you wish to change the tags to reflect your own filing system, feel free. See above, "I'm not your mom".
4) If I have artwork for a show, it will be included in the download. If I didn't include artwork, and you have some to contribute, please do! If there is no artwork, and you would like to make some, please do! If there is no artwork, and you don't have any, and you don't want to make any, please don't comment or PM me asking me to create artwork.
5) I may or may not elect to submit a sound sample for your consideration. If there is no sound sample provided, there will be none provided. This is IMO the biggest divide between real collectors and "downloader" types. Back in the trading days, one picked a show from a list of dates and venues, usually with no indication of quality or lineage. Being petulant and basically saying "well I won't download it unless you provide a sample" seems to forego the point that we uploaders already HAVE the show. If you choose not to download, that is YOUR loss, not ours. If that isn't good enough for you, then feel free to arrange a trade, burn copies, package them, wait in line at the Post Office, and then wait weeks to see what you receive in return. See above, "I am not your mom" and "I am not here to spoon feed you".
~Geetarz, March 2010