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[King Biscuit flower hour featuring Tom Petty and Steve Forbert on KSAN live radio, recorded at Paradise Club in Boston on July 15, 1979]

Author: KSAN (Radio station : San Francisco, Calif.); Center to Preserve Music Culture.; King Biscuit flower hour.
Publisher: 1979.
Edition/Format:   Music : Reel-to-reel tape : Rock music : English
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The King Biscuit Flower Hour was a syndicated radio show presented by the D.I.R. (Designs in Radio) Radio Network that featured concert performances by various rock and roll artists.--wikipedia.org.
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Named Person: Tom Petty; Steve Forbert
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: KSAN (Radio station : San Francisco, Calif.); Center to Preserve Music Culture.; King Biscuit flower hour.
OCLC Number: 430392159
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Additional technical information. Face/side: A -- Region: 1 -- Process notes and recording quality: Set azimuth and record levels. Moderate buzz. No Dolby encoding, but recording sounds brittle and harsh -- Format: open reel -- Stock brand: Scotch 206 -- Gauge: 0.25 in. -- Length: 2500 ft. -- Total thickness: 0.00210 in. -- Back coat: yes -- Base material: polyester -- Condition: plastic reel. NAB reel mount. Original tail out. Final tail out. Retained plastic head leader. Retained plastic tail leader. Good original tape pack, tail taped down -- Varispeed: 7.52 ips. -- Speed note: Varispeed set using high precision optical tachometer on speed sensor-compensated for effective tape centerline (factor=0.76) -- Duration: 59 min. 00 sec.
Digital preservation master file recorded from analog tapes using Studer A820 nr. 1493 trafoless repro, Mogami W2924 cables, Mytek 8x192 ADDA, Lynx AES-XLR interface, Cube-Tec Audiocube software (Windows XP).
Case back: see 005.046.1203.case-back.jpg.
Cue sheet: see 005.046.1203.cue-sheet1.jpg.
Reproduction Notes: Preservation master. Burlingame, Calif. : Audio Archive, 2009. 1 sound file : WAV file : 24 bit, 192 kHz. Filename: 005.046.1203-pm.wav. Reference copy. Burlingame, Calif. : Audio Archive, 2009. 1 sound file : WAV file : 16 bit, 44.1 kHz. Filename: 005.046.1203-sh.wav. Listening copy. Burlingame, Calif. : Audio Archive, 2009. digital, MP3 file. Filename: 005.046.1203-sl.mp3.
Description: 1 sound tape reel (59 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, 2 track, stereo. ; 10 in.
Other Titles: King Biscuit flower hour (Radio program)

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The King Biscuit Flower Hour was a syndicated radio show presented by the D.I.R. (Designs in Radio) Radio Network that featured concert performances by various rock and roll artists.--wikipedia.org.

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