Billings Lounge, UVM
April 15th, 1989
-New Source is a Maxell XLII-S Cassette
-A>D via Nakamichi Dragon>Korg MR1000>Korg Audio Gate>WAV @ 24/96
-96khz > 44khz sample rate conversion via iZotope SRC 64 bit SRC
-24bit > 16bit bit depth conversion via iZotope MBIT+ Dither
-Tracking performed in Adobe Audition 3.0
-FLAC conversion via Trader's Little Helper
-Thanks to seaweed for the source tape from set 1, and Terry Watts for getting it to me.
-Thanks to @TMWSIY for the source tape from set 2, a Maxell XLII-S Analog Cassette of unknown lineage, same transfer as above.
1. Time Loves A Hero [5:20]
2. Mike�s Song > [6:15]
3. I Am Hydrogen > [2:13]
4. Weekapaug Groove [7:19]
5. Esther > [8:54]
6. You Enjoy Myself [14:14]
7. Wilson > [3:57]
8. Peaches en Regalia [3:12]
9. Banter [1:18]
10. On Your Way Down [5:00]
11. Alumni Blues > [3:40]
12. Letter to Jimmy Page > [1:06]
13. Alumni Blues [0:39]
10. I Didn�t Know > [3:31]
11. McGrupp And The Watchful Hosemasters > [8:31]
12. Foam [8:17]
13. David Bowie // [4:19]
Total Time [1:27:45]
1. Funky Bitch [6:42]
2. Golgi Apparatus [4:47]
3. Slave To The Traffic Light [7:12]
4. The Mango Song [6:34]
5. The Divided Sky [12:59]
6. Split Open And Melt [10:11]
7. Suzy Greenberg [6:14]
8. Fluffhead [15:51]
9. Good Times Bad Times [6:42]
10. AC/DC Bag [6:09]
11. Possum [1:44]
Soundcheck + Set 1 are the new source.
Something odd going on @ 12:40 of YEM
Cut ~2:07 in Wilson, likely a tape flip on the original source that created this.
Pretty tough cut ~0:28 of David Bowie, likely the second tape flip from the first source.
Second cut nasty cut in Bowie at tape end
Others have said this first set sounds off-speed. I did not speed adjust this source at all.
Set 2 was originally part of shnid 112453
AC/DC Bag > Possum is of a different, also unknown lineage
This show was a Benefit for VPIRG (Vermont Public Interest Research Group).
It was not listed in the March or April 1989 Phish newsletters but is believed to have occurred at this time and place.
During McGrupp, Fish used a brand new electronic drum machine.
Attendance for this show reportedly suffered due to no alcohol being served.
This version of Split Open And Melt included a drum solo.