I'd love to hear an HF Podcast discussing the process of examining and verifying this tape and attendant show specifically, as well as the general process of adding to setlist entries from the early days. It would be interesting to hear stories of the biggest windfalls, as well as biggest dashed hopes, when it comes to instances like this.That's a great HF podcast idea! For us nerds who live for this kind of extreme detail I'm sure we would all eat it up. Tom Marshall should interview Kevin Shapiro!
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