Phish - 02-26-1997

Phish

02-26-1997
Longhorn, Stuttgart, Germany

discs: 3
recording type: DAUD/neumann
shn: yes; book/page: 1/38
quality rating: A+

[disc 1] (66:17)
set 1:
1. ...crowd noise... (1:14)
2. Camel Walk (5:46)
3. Llama (4:44)
4. My Friend My Friend (6:17)
5. Harry Hood (15:20)
6. My Soul > (5:15)
7. Tube > (4:52)
8. Carini (4:10)
9. Rocko William (7:01)
10. Dog Log (4:53)
11. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (6:41)

[disc 2] (73:58)
set 2:
1. ...crowd noise... (1:10)
2. Buried Alive > (2:53)
3. Poor Heart (2:21)
4. Ha Ha Ha (3:33)
5. You Enjoy Myself -> (25:10)
6. Kung (2:10)
7. Theme From the Bottom (9:23)
8. Scent of a Mule -> (6:31)
9. jazz jam * -> (4:28)
10. Magilla # -> (1:12)
11. Scent of a Mule (2:57)
12. Slave to the Traffic Light (12:05)

[disc 3] (50:43)
encore:
1. ...crowd noise... (3:00)
2. Highway to Hell (4:07)
3. ...post show music... (0:38)
filler:
Medeski, Martin and Wood (acoustic) 11/26/96 Waterloo Records - Austin, TX
4. Hermeto's Daydream (9:29)
5. The Cape Verdean Blues (9:14)
6. Dracula (8:30)
7. Slow Blues for Fuzy's Mama (15:44)

* Trey's part of the Muel Duel.
# Page's part of the Muel Duel.

source: DAUD Neumann KM140(ortf)>Beyer MV-100>SBM-1>D7@44.1, Master(on D7 listed above)>My clone used in below transfer
conversion: Fostex D5 > Monster Optical > Sek'd Prodif Plus > Samplitude v5.5 > CD Wave > mkwACT v0.97 (shn files have seek tables appended)
mastered by: Andrew "Burris" Loewenstern
transferred by: Jim Raras via Dankseeds

*Dankseed Certification received 01/02/09* and posted at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dankseeds/files/ph97-02-26/ Listening test performed by *5* danksters

positive criteria met: Tracking- OK, Seamless and complete- OK, Lineage listed- OK

negative criteria met: DAE- NO, Resampled- NO, Diginoise- NO

Phish Companion says: Many breakouts filled this setlist, including Camel Walk (1st since 7/2/95 - 140 shows), Magilla (1st since 5/4/94 - 260 shows), Dog Gone Dog (1st since 12/11/95 - 90 shows), and While My Guitar Gently Weeps (1st since 12/11/95 - 90 shows). Ha Ha Ha was notable for the heavy metal jam outro. YEM included Good Foot teases. The jazz jam in the Mule Duel included an A Train tease from Mike.

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