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Dat Details
Date:
1990-01-09
Band:
Blind Melon
Venue:
The Goodfoot Workshop Studio Demos
City:
Los Angeles
State:
CA
Sets:
1
Media Count:
unavailable
Quality:
A+
Attended Show:
N
Taper:
Taper Location:
Source:
STU > Cassette(m) > DAT(m) > WAV > CDR(0) > ?unknown extraction > SHN > foobar2000 v0.8.3 (converted and bit-verified identical) > FLAC (level 8)
Set 1:
01. Drive (3:56) 02. What You Lost (3:25) 03. Paper Scratcher (3:24) 04. Tones Of Home (4:28) 05. Leave Me Alone (I Wonder) (4:19) 06. Dear Ol' Dad (3:03) 07. Soul One (3:16) 08. Seed To A Tree (3:32) Total time: 29:25 Size: 184 MB
Set 2:
Set 3:
Set 4:
Show Notes:
Blind Melon The Goodfoot Workshop Studio Demos This Is The Real Deal Folks.No Slow Speeds,No Distorted Bass. The Recording Itself Came From A Battered Cassette (Sony).There Has Been No Digital Editing Or Eq'ing Done To This What So Ever.What You Are Hearing Is What Was On The Tape...And It Sounds A Hell Of Alot Better Than The Actual Silver Cd Bootleg. I recompressed the SHN files to include the seek tracks (*.skt) in the SHN files instead of being separate. 2005-04-30 Update: I did a 100% secure conversion to FLAC using foobar2000 v0.8.3, removed spaces from the file names and also added tags. I included the wholefile SHN .md5 file for the purpose of identifying the source. It appears this one channel is out of phase (poor mono compatability) but I left this as is taking Cyko50's word for it that this is an accurate copy of the cassette. I updated the lineage as well. Previous lineage: "Cassette Master>DAT>>WAV>CD-R"
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