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Bob Dylan, 10/25/91, Austin, TX, City Coliseum, 2CDR

LB-5241, (45min+59min), Nice To Be Up Here In Texas; This version here doesn't match any of the two LB nubers of that show. It consists of at least two different sources. The first one, containing at least d1t01-d1t08 seems to be from the same recording as the two LB numbers as it also hast the cut and muddy start of d1t01., There are source-changes between d1t08 and d2t01 and between d2t01 and d2t02 there's a fade-out between d2t02 and d2t03 because there was the disc-change on my original version. There could be some more source changes as there are some changes in the hiss level from time to time, that could be caused by movements or changes by the taper too though., The recoring of the second part is a different one than the generally circulating (for example used for the bootleg "20/20 Vision"), as the "whatever you fucking feel like"-yell during the start of 20/20 Vision is almost unhearable on this version here (the two tapers probably stood close to each other. You can hear quiet some crowd-fingerprints from the other version on this version too, if you listen very carefully and know where they are)., I removed some tape-hiss, cleared up the sound, removed some crackles and normalized the recording to 90%., lineage:, CDR-trade -> WavePurityProfessional -> wav-convertion and remastering -> NeroBurningROM -> track-separation -> FLACFronted -> *.flac; bittorrent download 07/07; has light tv band, most of d2t2 has little above 15k except lego parapets while rest of show is full spectrum; in 3-way comparison: for d1t2: - all 3 have same clapping at end of d1t2 indicating same recording; for d2t2 LB-1204 is a different recording based on different crowd at beginning and this and LB-3310 are the same recording; for d2t7 LB-1204 and this are same recording based on same crowd at end while LB-3310 is different; for all 3 segments LB-1204 had warmest sound, then this, and then LB-3310 was harsher with more hiss; very good sound

abrupt start and very muddy on d1t1; noise d1t2 3:19

Disc 1:, 1. New Morning, 2. Lay Lady Lay, 3. All Along The Watchtower, 4. What Good Am I?, 5. Pancho And Lefty (T. van Zandt), 6. Gotta Serve Somebody, 7. Simple Twist Of Fate, 8. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight, Disc 2:, 1. Trail Of The Buffalo (Trad. arr. W. Guthrie), 2. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue, 3. 20/20 Vision (M. Estes/J. Allison), 4. Mr. Tambourine Man, 5. Everything Is Broken, 6. I'll Remember You, 7. Friend Of The Devil (J. Garcia/R. Hunter/J. Dawson), 8. Maggie's Farm, encore -, 9. Man In The Long Black Coat, 10. Ballad Of A Thin Man

Please retain this info file and its LB number as a marker for this lossless set
and if you spread it please list it in the description to avoid others getting duplicates

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