Cape Cod Coliseum
South Yarmouth, MA
March 5, 1983

Lineage: SB>Master cass>unknown standalone CDR burner & tape deck>CDR(1)>EAC(secure/offset)>WAV>minimal editing with Soundforge and CDWave to splice the cut in "Lightning Strikes" and re-track>FLAC(level 5)
Quality: A
File Size: 495 MB, FLAC

Total Time: 83:34

1. Intro 2:11
2. Back In The Saddle 4:35
3. Mama Kin 3:50
4. Big Ten Inch Record 4:05
5. Three Mile Smile 3:56
6. Lord Of The Thighs 8:10
7. Lick And A Promise 5:10
8. Sweet Emotion 5:48
9. Dream On 5:00
10. Lightning Strikes 5:03
11. Walk This Way 4:18
12. Milk Cow Blues 10:46
13. Drum Solo 7:54
14. Toys In The Attic 6:21
15. Train Kept A Rollin' 6:22

This is a an EX quality master cassette transfer of the soundboard of this show. The soundboard is in low circulation from what I understand. The transfer was done with a standalone CDR burner. This was split up on 2 CDR's ending with half of "Lightning Strikes" on 1 CD and beginning with the other half of that song on the second CD with a slight cut in between. The tracking was very sloppy with only 4 or 5 tracks on each disc. I ripped with EAC as two big WAV files, combined them and did some minimal editing to splice Lightning Strikes. There is a slight cut around 3:55 of that song. Then I split the big WAV file with CDWave and at the same time converted to FLAC. The whole thing is now a continuous 83:34 except for that very minor cut in Lightning Strikes. Spread over 2 CD's however you wish for personal use but please keep the FLAC set as is.

While this is not the original lineup, you wouldn't know it by the way Crespo and Dufay play. They are more than capable of stepping in the shoes of Whitford and Perry. The best part of the show is when some fan threw something on stage during "Lord of the Thighs" and Tyler calls him up on stage and, mocking him, asks him to sing. Overall it's a very nice listen, and this being a master transfer I'd recommend this even for a casual fan.

FFP file and shntool results included for easy checking. Regrettably I don't have any EAC logs for you, not that it'd show you much because the tracks were all different anyway.