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Grateful DeadAmerican BeautyWarner Bros. Records7599-27190-2CD
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Grateful DeadRamppens Revenge!Not On Labelnone2xLP
1969Grateful DeadLive/DeadWarner Bros. Records2WS-18302xLP
1970Grateful DeadAmerican BeautyWarner Bros. RecordsWS 1893, 1893LP
1970Grateful DeadVintage DeadSunflower RecordsSUN-5001, SUN 5001LP
1971Grateful DeadGrateful DeadWarner Bros. RecordsWB 66 0092xLP
1971Grateful DeadHistoric DeadSunflower RecordsSNF-5004LP
1972Bob WeirAceWarner Bros. RecordsBS 2627LP
1972Grateful DeadEurope '72Warner Bros. RecordsK 660193xLP
1974Grateful DeadFrom The Mars HotelGrateful Dead RecordsK 59302 (GD 102)LP
1974Robert HunterTales Of The Great Rum RunnersRound RecordsRX-101LP
1975Grateful DeadBlues For AllahUnited Artists RecordsUAS 29.895LP
1975Grateful DeadMake Believe BallroomThe Amazing Kornyfone Record LabelTAKRL 29792xLP
1975Ned Lagin, Phil LeshSeastonesRound RecordsRX 106LP
1981KingfishLive At The RoxyAccordSN 7128LP
1987Grateful DeadIn The DarkArista208 564LP
1987Mickey HartRolling ThunderRelix RecordsRRLP 2026LP
1988Grateful DeadLive At Shrine Auditorium Vol. IIKoiné RecordsK881103CD
1989Grateful DeadDylan & The DeadCBS463381 4Cass
1990Grateful DeadWorkingman's DeadWarner Bros. Records7599-27184-2CD
1991Grateful DeadAnthem Of The SunWarner Bros. Records7599-27173-2CD
1992Grateful DeadLive In BerlinPowerdrill RecordsGRA 201090-12xCD
1993Robert HunterTiger RoseRykodiscRCD 10115CD
1995Grateful DeadAoxomoxoaWarner Bros. Records7599-27178-2CD
1999Phil Lesh & FriendsLove Will See You Through - Highlights Vol. 1Grateful Dead RecordsGDCD 44012xHDCD
2000Grateful DeadDick's Picks Volume Nineteen: Fairgrounds Arena, Oklahoma City, OK, 10/19/73Grateful Dead RecordsGDCD 40393XHDCD, AL
2008Grateful DeadRocking The Cradle: Egypt 1978Rhino RecordsR2 5129592xHDCD

Mes Autres

1965Grateful DeadBirthofthedead Thegoldenroad Disc1M16017
1966Grateful DeadBirthofthedead Thelivesides Disc2M16014
1968Grateful DeadAnthem Of The SunM1609
1969Grateful DeadAoxomoxoaM16012
1969Grateful DeadLive / DeadM1609
1970Grateful DeadAmerican BeautyM16018
1970Grateful DeadWorkingman S DeadM16016
1971Grateful DeadThe Golden Road SkullfuckM16014
1972Bob WeirAceM1928
1973Grateful DeadBlues For AllahM3202
1973Grateful DeadWake Of The FloodM19210
1974Grateful DeadFrom The Mars HotelM1608
1975Ned LaginSeastonesM1922
1977Grateful DeadTerrapin StationM19212
1978Robert Hunter19780715 Early And LateF77746
1978Bob WeirHeaven Help The FoolM2148
1978Grateful DeadShakedown StreetM25615
1999Phil LeshLove Will See You ThroughM32014
2001Grateful DeadThe Golden Road (1965 - 1973)M12831
2006Grateful DeadBlues For AllahM3209
2013Grateful DeadRare Cuts & Oddities 1966 (rsd 2013)M32018

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1966

7111966-07-03Fillmore AuditoriumSan FranciscoCA, USB01

1969

700+DarkStar1969-04-22The ArkBostonMA, USB01
701+DarkStar1969-08-28Family DogSan FranciscoCA, USB01
7211969-10-25WinterlandSan FranciscoCA, USB01
702+DarkStar1969-11-02Family DogSan FranciscoCA, USB01
703+DarkStar1969-12-04Fillmore WestSan FranciscoCA, USB01

1970

7121970-07-14Euphoria BallroomSan RafaelCA, USB01

European Tour 1972

160+European Tour 19721972-04-07Wembley Empire PoolLondonEnglandA01 / 16
180ticketT+European Tour 1972 + Darkstar1972-04-08Wembley Empire PoolLondonEnglandA01 / 16
200ticketT+European Tour 19721972-04-11Newcastle City HallNewcastleEnglandA01 / 16
220+European Tour 1972 + Darkstar1972-04-14Tivoli GardensCopenhagenDenmarkA01 / 16
260+European Tour 19721972-04-16StakladenAarhusDenmarkA01 / 16
280+European Tour 1972 + Darkstar1972-04-17Tivoli GardensCopenhagenDenmarkA01 / 02 / 16
300+European Tour 19721972-04-21Beat ClubBremenGermanyA01 / 16
320+European Tour 1972 + Darkstar1972-04-24RheinhalleDusseldorfGermanyA01 / 16
340ticketT+European Tour 19721972-04-26JahrhunderthalleFrankfurtGermanyA01 / 16
360+European Tour 1972 + Darkstar1972-04-29MusikhalleHamburgGermanyA01 / 16
380+European Tour 19721972-05-03L OlympiaParisFranceA01 / 16
400ticketT+European Tour 1972 + Darkstar1972-05-04L OlympiaParisFranceA01 / 16
420X+European Tour 19721972-05-05La Rotonde (faches Thumesnil)Faches ThumesnilFranceCancelledA
440+European Tour 1972 + Darkstar1972-05-07Bickershaw FestivalWiganEnglandA01 / 16
460+European Tour 19721972-05-10ConcertgebouwAmsterdamNetherlandsA01 / 16
480+European Tour 1972 + Darkstar1972-05-11Rotterdam Civic HallRotterdamNetherlandsA01 / 16
500X+European Tour 19721972-05-13L Esplanade (Lille Fairgrounds)LilleFranceA01 / 02 / 16
520+European Tour 19721972-05-16Radio LuxembourgLuxembourgLuxembourgA01 / 16
540+European Tour 1972 + Darkstar1972-05-18Kongressaal Deutsches MuseumMünchenGermanyA01 / 16
560+European Tour 1972 + Darkstar1972-05-23The Strand LyceumLondonEnglandA01 / 16
580+European Tour 19721972-05-24The Strand LyceumLondonEnglandA / 16
600+European Tour 1972 + Darkstar1972-05-25The Strand LyceumLondonEnglandA01 / 16
620+European Tour 19721972-05-26The Strand LyceumLondonEnglandA01 / 16

1972

704+DarkStar1972-08-27VenetaOR, USB01
705+DarkStar1972-09-16BostonMA, USB01
7131972-09-17Civic CentreBaltimoreMD, USB01
706+DarkStar1972-09-21PhiladelphiaPA, USB01
707+DarkStar1972-09-24WaterburyCT, USB01

1973

998M+Ron "Pigpen" McKernan : 8 septembre 1945 (San Bruno, CA, USA) / 8 mars 1973 (Corte Madera, CA, USA)1973-03-08Mort de PigPenCorte MaderaCA, USB
708+DarkStar1973-03-28SpringfieldIL, USB01
709+DarkStar1973-11-11WinterlandSan FranciscoCA, USB01
710+DarkStar1973-12-06ClevelandOH, USB01
7141973-12-19Curtis Hixon HallTampaFL, USB01

1978

831978-18-03Jerry GarciaWarner TheatreBethesdaMA, USB01

1990

7221990-03-22Copps Coliseum HamiltonOntarioCanadaB01
198+DarkStar1990-03-29Nassau ColiseumUniondaleNY, USB01

1995

999M+1 août 1942 (San Francisco, CA, USA) / 9 août 1995 (Forest Knolls, Marin County, CA, USA)1995-08-09Mort de Jerry GarciaForest KnollsCA, USB

2008

7152008-02-04The Warfield TheatreSan FranciscoCA, USA01

2015 (Fair Thee Well)

716ticketT2015-06-27Santa ClaraCA, USB01 / 02
7172015-06-28Santa ClaraCA, USB01 / 02
7182015-07-03ChicagoIL, USB01
7192015-07-04ChicagoIL, USB01
7202015-07-05ChicagoIL, USB01

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(711/1) Grateful Dead, 1966-07-03, Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA, US

Audio/mp3, ?/?, (?)

613711001F613711001R
Notes

Grateful Dead
1966-07-03 (July 3, 1966)
Fillmore Auditorium


Dancin' In The Street [7:41]
I Know You Rider [1:59#]
He Was A Friend Of Mine [#4:19]
Next Time You See Me [3:04]
Viola Lee Blues [8:25]
Big Boss Man [3:56]
Sittin' On Top Of The World [2:29#]


(700/1) Grateful Dead, 1969-04-22, The Ark, Boston, MA, US

/, /, ()

Notes

Grateful Dead - April 22, 1969
The Ark - Boston, MA

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Cassette -> Reel -> Dat -> CD

Transfer Info:
CD -> Samplitude Professional v9.12 -> FLAC
(2 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
November 13, 2007

Notes:
-- Disc change is seamless
-- First few notes of Sittin' On Top Of The World missing
-- Tape flips during The Other One and Dark Star
-- Lovelight contains a Caution Jam

Set 1:
d1t01 - Sittin' On Top Of The World
d1t02 - Morning Dew
d1t03 - Beat It On Down The Line ->
d1t04 - Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
d1t05 - Doin' That Rag
d1t06 - Cryptical Envelopment ->
d1t07 - Drums ->
d1t08 - The Other One ->
d1t09 - Cryptical Envelopment ->
d1t10 - Death Don't Have No Mercy

Set 2:
d1t11 - Monitor Levels
d1t12 - Dupree's Diamond Blues ->
d1t13 - Mountains Of The Moon ->
d2t01 - Jam ->
d2t02 - Dark Star ->
d2t03 - St. Stephen ->
d2t04 - The Eleven ->
d2t05 - Turn On Your Lovelight



(701/1) Grateful Dead, 1969-08-28, Family Dog, San Francisco, CA, US

/, /, ()

Notes

Mickey and The Hartbeats
8/28/69
The Family Dog at The Great Highway
San Francisco, CA

Source: SBD > CM > Cass > DAT > CDR >
WAV; via EAC/Trade from Morgan Evans [morgan_no9@yahoo.com] >
CDR > EAC > CDWAV > SHN; via Rick Lepley [lepleyr@hotmail.com]

Disc One
1. It's A Sin -> [07:40]
2. High Heel Sneakers [08:36]
3. Dark Star -> [26:26]
4. Jam // -> [05:25]
Total: [48:07]

Disc Two
1. // Jam -> [15:58]
2. The Eleven Jam -> [09:47]
3. Jam [07:01]
Total: [32:46]


Notes:
Comments:
Show billed as "Mickey and the Hartbeats".
Bobby and Pigpen were absent.
A wild show! A fair amount of hiss, but otherwise a good SBD recording
Much thanks to Morgan Evans for putting this gem into my hands!
Any info/corrections please send to lepleyr@hotmail.com - Thanks!

These shn's are seekable in your shnamp.


(721/1) Grateful Dead, 1969-10-25, Winterland, San Francisco, CA, US

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 81

Grateful Dead
10/25/69
Winterland Arena
San Francisco, CA

Source: SBD>MR>DAT>Sonic Solutions>CDR

Edited by David Gans to cover a reel change right after "William Tell"
Seeded By Robert Jagla rjagla@wexcel.com
_________________________________________________________________________________

--Setlist--
101-t01 - Dark Star ->
102-t02 - St. Stephen ->
103-t03 - The Eleven ->
104-t04 - Turn on Your Lovelight*
105-t05 - Ending remarks from Bill Graham

* w/Steven Stills on guitar and vocals
_________________________________________________________________________________

Flac encoding notes:
All processing with Trader's Little Helper
Shn - st5 generated
Shn > Flac ( level 8 )
Flac - st5 generated and matched to Shn st5

Tagging notes:
Show information is embedded within the header of each flac file.
It will display on any player capable of directly playing flac files.
If converted to wav during processing, all tags will be stripped, however audio data will remain unaffected.
If you must transcode to a lossy format, do so directly Flac > Lossy.
Use st5 to validate audio integrity.
Md5 values will change if tagging is altered.
B. Proctor 10-22-11
__________________________________________________________________________________


(702/1) Grateful Dead, 1969-11-02, Family Dog, San Francisco, CA, US

/, /, ()

Notes

-- Start Preamble Added To The Original INFO File For SHNID 1125 --
11/02/69 - Grateful Dead
Family Dog at the Great Highway
San Francisco, CA

Lineage:
SBD > MR > C1 > DAT > Turtle Beach Fiji > SHN

Transferred by: Doug Johnson and Teddy "Good Bear"

d1t01 - Cold Rain And Snow
d1t02 - Midnight Hour
d1t03 - Dark Star ->
d1t04 - St. Stephen ->
d1t05 - The Eleven ->
d1t06 - Death Don't Have No Mercy

Notes:
-- Tracks were renamed to follow more conventional db.etree standards.
-- All SHN sources were MD5 verified against the original checksums at http://db.etree.org/shn/1125. The original copy of the INFO file can also be found there.
-- See the file gd1969-11-02_orig.md5 for original fileset track naming.
-- This is a partial set list. Missing between Midnight Hour and Dark Star: Seasons, Mama Tried, Next Time You See Me, Good Lovin', Big Boss Man, Casey Jones and Dancing In The Streets.
69-11-02 d1t06.shn

Peace.
MoRed@LosslessLegs [www.shnflac.net]
2006/01/16
-- End Preamble Added To The Original INFO File For SHNID 1125 --
-- Original INFO File Follows --

mr>c1>dat>turtle bch "Fiji">SHN

CR&S, Midnight Hour, Dark Star>St. Stephen>The Eleven>Death Don't.

For more NFO on etrees:
www.goodbear.com/tree.html

Posted to abgd.hs 5/00 by Doug Johnson via Teddy "Good Bear".


(703/1) Grateful Dead, 1969-12-04, Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, US

/, /, ()

Notes

***1 SHN disc//2 audio discs***

Grateful Dead
12-4-69

Fillmore West,
San Francisco

SBD>MC>?>CD>EAC>SHN

Disc One (76:51)
set 1
1. Introduction (1:36)
2. Casey Jones (4:58)
3. Black Peter (13:05)*
4. Big Boss Man (2:49)
5. Announcements (2:49)
6. Me And My Uncle (4:45)
7. Cumberland Blues (4:21)
8. Dire Wolf// (1:25)
9. Dark Star--> (30:22)
10. High Time (7:29)

Disc Two (42:35)
set 2
1. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl% (12:30)
2. Good Lovin'--> (1:52)
3. Drums--> (5:22)
4. Good Lovin' (5:32)
5. China Cat Sunflower--> (5:52)
6. I Know You Rider (4:36)
7. Uncle John's Band** (6:33)

*first known rendition of Black Peter
**first known rendition of Uncle John's Band (with lyrics)

This is one of the more muffled and hissy master cassette SBDs from the '69 era. It sounds like there could be several analog generations in the lineage, though the lack of crisp sound quality might mostly be attributed to the master, which is reportedly degraded. Many analog related crackles and blemishes were embedded in the recording. Sound Forge was used to smooth or reduce most of the glitches, though many minor blemishes remain. Sound Forge was also used to normalize and correct the pitch.

Notes:
--Dire Wolf cuts out shortly after one minute
--splice in Schoolgirl @ 7:29
--tape damage in China Cat @ 0:44
--other blemishes are frequent, though not offensive

Part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2002 shn em up initiative

thanks to Joe Jupille
edits/encoding by J. Cotsman


(712/1) Grateful Dead, 1970-07-14, Euphoria Ballroom, San Rafael, CA, US

Audio/mp3, ?/?, (?)

Notes

San Rafael, CA - Euphoria Ballroom
7/14/70

Don't Ease Me In 3:05
Friend Of The Devil 3:27
Stage Patter 1:27
Dire Wolf 4:36
Stage Patter 3:21
Dark Hollow 3:05
Candyman 4:41
Black Peter 6:35
How Long Blues 3:08
Deep Elem Blues 3:12
Cumberland Blues* 4:56
New Speedway Boogie* 8:58

(160/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-07, Wembley Empire Pool, London, England

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

Grateful Dead 4/7/72 Wembley Empire Pool, London, England

AUD MR>C>CDR + M?>low-gen reel>CDR

the first AUD master supplies most of this show

the missing tracks are spliced in from the second (and worse) AUD master:
Greatest Story through Loser and Truckin' 8:33 through The Other One 9:25

the beginning of Mr. Charlie and the end of Sunshine Daydream are missing on both
masters

mastered by H.B. (11/01) from compilation tape by Uli Teute

desperately waiting for a soundboard recording - until then, this is the best version
known to exist. a magnicent show in any case !!

CD 1.
intro by Sam Cutler
Greatest Story Ever Told
Sugaree
Chinatown Shuffle
China Cat Sunflower >
I Know You Rider
Big Boss Man
Black-Throated Wind
Loser
Mr. Charlie
Beat It On Down The Line
Tennessee Jed
Playing In The Band

CD 2.
Casey Jones
set two intro
Truckin' >
Drums >
The Other One >
El Paso >
The Other One >
Wharf Rat

CD 3.
fire aisle talk
Ramble On Rose
Sugar Magnolia
Not Fade Away >
Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad >
Not Fade Away
crowd!
One More Saturday Night

(160/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-07, Wembley Empire Pool, London, England

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005160016f
Notes

01. Wembley 04.07.72

1972.04.07 Disc 1
01 Greatest Story Ever Told
02 Sugaree
03 Chinatown Shuffle
04 Me and My Uncle
05 China Cat Sunflower_
06 I Know You Rider
07 Big Boss Man
08 Black Throated Wind
09 Loser
10 Mr. Charlie
11 Beat It On Down the Line
12 Tennessee Jed

1972.04.07 Disc 2
01 Playing in the Band
02 Truckin_
03 drums_
04 The Other One_
05 El Paso_
06 The Other One_
07 Wharf Rat

1972.04.07 Disc 3
01 Ramble On Rose
02 Sugar Magnolia
03 Not Fade Away_
04 Goin Down the Road Feelin' Bad_
05 Not Fade Away
06 One More Saturday Night



(180/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-08, Wembley Empire Pool, London, England

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

Grateful Dead
04-08-72
Wembley Empire Pool Wembley England

The lineage for this version is: SBD>MR (16 track)>DAT>[Disc 3 only: SS]>Sound Forge 4.5>CDR

The remastering of the version we are distributing was done by Bill
Giles. The Sonic Solutions work on disc 3 was done by David Gans.

DAE(EAC) and SHN Encoding by Jeff M.
email: fy1220_jeffm@snet.net

DISC ONE
Set One
1. Bertha
2. Me And My Uncle
3. Mr. Charlie
4. Deal
5. Black Throated Wind
6. Next Time You See Me
7. broken string/yellow dog story
8. Cumberland Blues
9. Brown Eyed Women
10. Beat It On Down The Line
11. Tennessee Jed
12. Playing In The Band


DISC TWO
Set One cont...
1. Good Lovin'
2. Looks Like Rain (jerry on pedal steel)
3. Casey Jones
Set Two
4. Truckin'
5. Big Railroad Blues
6. It Hurts Me Too

DISC THREE
Set Two cont....
1. Dark Star >>
2. Sugar Magnolia >>
3. Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
Encore
4. One More Saturday Night


The following is excerpted from Bill Giles notes on the remastering:
First the bad news: First note or two of Bertha (d1t1) is missing
there is a momentary irrepairable drop out at 5.05 in Truckin' (d2t4)
on the original sources. There's also a miniscule drop out in Dark Star
(d3t1) at 14.45 - but hardly noticeable there are a few whirrs and
bangs that seem to originate from the bass, noticeable mainly in Casey
Jones and OMSN. These originate from the master reel. Virtually all the
breaks between songs were cut on the source CD: these have been tidied
with fades and pauses. The rest is all good news - you only need read
on if interested in the detail. The main work is set out below.
DISC 1 and 2
Cumberland Blues:
extracted from Europe 72, pitch flattened by one-third of a
semitone to concert pitch (- 2% speed), and patched between Next Time
and B.E. Women.
Brown-Eyed Women: volume reduced by - 2.0 dB to match the rest of the set

General:
Left channel balance increased + 2.5 dB in all songs (except
Cumberland) to place drums in stereo centre. (The stereo balance was
noticeably right biased.) Various minor pops, crackles, glitches
removed or scrubbed in varioussongs (mainly Bertha, T Jed, Playing,
Truckin')

DISC 3
In addition to the new source (which has a number of faults), I had
5 versions of Disc 3 to choose from. Although all are ex Sonic
Solutions (and thank you David Gans for all of this), amazingly enough
each one is different! There are the 'post FM compressed' models, the
'uncompressed missing first notes of Dark Star' models, and the
'lamentable to pretty good Dark Star > Sugar Mag transition reel
splice' models, plus permutations. All these models have a number of
other common minor defects that I've repaired. I probably haven't
caught them all - but you gotta be careful: one man's glitch could be
Billy's rimshot!
All versions of Dark Star seem to come from two vault sources.
There is a slight but perceptible change in sound at 5.33. I guess this
arises from the tape used for the 24 minute extract on the 'Glastonbury
LP' that started around this point.
This remaster is based on the 'non-compressed, includes the first
notes of Dark Star' model which I believe to be closest to the Sonic
Solutions master, though the splice left room for slight improvement.
Main corrections are:
Dark Star: various digi-crackles and glitches removed 31.30 -
31.40 The splice is now millisecond perfect (and validated against the
AUD tape!), and I've adjusted the volume profile after the splice (what
splice?!!)
Caution: a few minor glitches removed between 1.30 & 3.10

(180/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-08, Wembley Empire Pool, London, England

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005180016f
Notes

02. Wembley 04.08.72

1972.04.08 Disc 1
01 Bertha
02 Me and My Uncle
03 Mr. Charlie
04 Deal
05 Black Throated Wind
06 Next Time You See Me
07 Cumberland Blues
08 Yellow Dog Story
09 Brown Eyed Women
10 Beat It On Down the Line
11 Tennessee Jed

1972.04.08 Disc 2
01 Playing in the Band
02 Good Lovin'
03 Looks Like Rain
04 Casey Jones
05 Truckin'
06 Big Railroad Blues
07 Hurts Me Too

1972.04.08 Disc 3
01 Dark Star_
02 Sugar Magnolia_
03 Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
04 One More Saturday Night



(200/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-11, Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, England

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

Grateful Dead 4/11/72 City Hall, Newcastle, England
SBD MC>D>CD>SoundForge>CD (?, see below)
remastered by Bill Giles (http://www.ridethewind.btinternet.co.uk/Re-Masters.htm)

CD 1.
1. Greatest Story Ever Told
2. Deal
3. Mr. Charlie
4. Black-Throated Wind
5. Tennessee Jed
6. Big Boss Man
7. Beat It On Down The Line
8. Sugaree
9. Jack Straw
10. Chinatown Shuffle
11. China Cat Sunflower ->
12. I Know You Rider

CD 2.
1. Playing In The Band
2. Next Time You See Me
3. Brown-Eyed Women
4. Looks Like Rain
5. Big Railroad Blues
6. Casey Jones
7. Good Lovin'
8. Ramble On Rose

CD 3.
1. Truckin' ->
2. Drums ->
3. The Other One ->
4. Comes A Time
5. Sugar Magnolia
6. E: Brokedown Palace

sound is generally a bit muddy, some hiss
Pigpen's voice is almost inaudible at times
and sometimes distortion & pops from Keith's piano pick-up,
the best & most complete version currently in circulation

a lot of minor anomalies (mainly clicks) throughout discs 1 + 2
d3t03: tape warble @18:47-18:52, sounds like a master cassette flaw
d1t06: very beginning is missing (a few seconds worth)

Bill Giles remastering notes:
"What do you do with an excellent concert that circulates digitally on
muddy CD only and for which cassette copies, while superficially brighter, carry a lot
of noise and distortion? Frustrating. I suspect the CD's lack of edge is the
result
of an uninspired noise reduction job [which makes the MC>D>CD
lineage questionable]. I've simply tried to brighten itup by re-equalisation. I've also rebalanced the tracks (the right track was
relatively overweight) and attenuated a few glitches. It ain't great, but it's
definitely better. From the master disc, the opening notes of Big Boss Man are
missing, and the start of Good Lovin' is an AUD patch; and there are some
crackles, particularly in Brown-Eyed Women and Truckin', and a number of
drop-outs and wobbles throughout the concert.

I would not describe it as 'remastered' - just 'tidied up'. I guess linage
should read: MR>??>CDR>Sound Forge 4.5>CDR"

(200/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-11, Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle, England

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005200016f
Notes

03. Newcastle 04.11.72

1972.04.11 Disc 1
01 Greatest Story Ever Told
02 Deal
03 Mr. Charlie
04 Black-Throated Wind
05 Tennessee Jed
06 Big Boss Man
07 Beat it On Down the Line
08 Sugaree
09 Jack Straw
10 Chinatown Shuffle
11 China Cat Sunflower
12 I Know You Rider

1972.04.11 Disc 2
01 Playing in the Band
02 Next Time You See Me
03 Brown Eyed Women
04 Looks Like Rain
05 Big Railroad Blues
06 Casey Jones
07 Good Lovin'
08 Ramble On Rose

1972.04.11 Disc 3
01 Truckin'
02 drums_
03 The Other One_
04 Comes A Time
05 Sugar Magnolia
06 Brokedown Palace
07 One More Saturday Night



(220/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-14, Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

Grateful Dead
4/14/72
Tivoli Garden, Copenhagen, Denmark

SBD>mR>C>D>CD master except
Me And Bobby McGee, Cumberland Blues (d1t8 5:05 thru d1t9 end) SBD>FM>mR>C>C>D>CD master
It Hurts Me Too alternate source SBD>mR>C>D>CD master
Caution tape flip (d3t6 0:01-0:34) SBD>FM>mR>C>D>CD master

----------

From Jim Powell:
"This is the complete show off reels from the 1st generation cassette source,
with Bobby McGee and Cumberland patched from excellent 2nd generation FM-SBD
cassette, It Hurts Me Too from a second SBD source, and the tape flip during
the Good Lovin' sequence patched from 1st generation FM-SBD cassette. It is
superior to all versions in circulation and should be definitive until GDM
releases the show.

"Jack Warner did the patches and mastering. Jim Powell instigated and
organized the project. Greg Hurwitt is administering the tree."

----------

From Greg Hurwitt, phobos@quik.com :
March 2002 - Digital processing for entire seed: CD master>CD>EAC>Cool Edit 2000>SHN

CD master > CD by Jim Powell via Tascam CD duplicator

CD > EAC > Cool Edit 2000 > SHN by Greg Hurwitt
- Ripped with EAC V0.9b2 (test and copy tracks with all track CRC's
verified OK).
- There were about a dozen clicks on my CD copy that were not present
on the CD master. I used Cool Edit 2000 V1.0 to remove these. I
also used Cool Edit to remove audible artifacts at about a half dozen
track boundaries. All click removal was done on very narrowly targetted
(usually 3-4 sector) sections of music.
- Verified all tracks cut on sector boundaries with shntool V1.01.
- Used mkwACT V0.97b1 to create SHN's (SHN v3 with seek data embedded).

Remaining digital flaw: There is a digi-drop (about 4 sectors long)
at d4t6 1:14.

----------

Disc #1 [69:22]

1. Bertha [6:11]
2. Me And My Uncle [4:02]
3. Mr. Charlie [3:49]
4. You Win Again [4:58]
5. Black Throated Wind [6:08]
6. Chinatown Shuffle [2:47]
7. Loser [6:29]
8. Me And Bobby McGee [6:17]
9. Cumberland Blues [4:43]
10. Playing In The Band [11:54]
11. Tennessee Jed [7:39]
12. El Paso [4:20]

Disc #2 [44:46]

1. Big Boss Man [6:13]
2. Beat It On Down The Line [3:24]
3. Casey Jones [6:02]

2nd set:
4. Truckin' [10:40]
5. It Hurts Me Too [6:42]
6. Brown Eyed Women [4:38]
7. Looks Like Rain [7:05]

Disc #3 [64:46]

1. Dark Star > [29:15]
2. Sugar Magnolia > [6:40]
3. Good Lovin' > [18:28]
4. Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) > [4:40]
5. Who Do You Love? > [0:22]
6. Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) > [2:17]
7. Good Lovin' [3:01]

Disc #4 [26:24]

1. Ramble On Rose [6:02]
2. Not Fade Away > [5:05]
3. China Cat Sunflower Tease > [0:33]
4. Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad > [6:52]
5. Not Fade Away [2:53]
6. E: One More Saturday Night [4:57]

(220/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-14, Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005220016f
Notes

04. Copenhagen 04.14.72

1972.04.14 Disc 1
01 Bertha
02 Me and My Uncle
03 Mr. Charlie
04 You Win Again
05 Black-Throated Wind
06 Chinatown Shuffle
07 Loser
08 Me and Bobby McGee
09 Cumberland Blues
10 Playing in the Band

1972.04.14 Disc 2
01 Tennessee Jed
02 El Paso
03 Big Boss Man
04 Beat it On Down the Line
05 Casey Jones
06 Truckin'
07 Hurts Me Too
08 Brown-Eyed Women
09 Looks Like Rain

1972.04.14 Disc 3
01 Dark Star
02 Sugar Magnolia
03 Good Lovin'
04 Caution (Do Not Stop on the Tracks)
05 Good Lovin'

1972.04.14 Disc 4
01 Ramble on Rose
02 Not Fade Away
03 Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad
04 Not Fade Away
05 One More Saturday Night



(260/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-16, Stakladen, Aarhus, Denmark

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

4/16/72 - Grateful Dead
Stakladen - Aarhus University
Aarhus, Denmark

Lineage:
Set 1: SBD>Rm>?>Cass>Sound Forge>SHN
Set 2: SBD>Rm>Dat>Sonic Solutions>CD>EAC>Samplitude>SHN

Set 2 Conversion and Editing By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
6/12/03

Set 1:
d1t01 - Greatest Story Ever Told
d1t02 - Sugaree
d1t03 - Chinatown Shuffle
d1t04 - Black Throated Wind
d1t05 - Tennessee Jed
MISSING Mr. Charlie
MISSING Beat It On Down The Line
d1t06 - China Cat Sunflower ->
d1t07 - I Know You Rider
d1t08 - Mexicali Blues
d1t09 - Loser
MISSING Next Time You See Me
d1t10 - Playin' In The Band
MISSING Dire Wolf

Set 2:
d2t01 - Good Lovin'
d2t02 - Cumberland Blues
d2t03 - El Paso
d2t04 - Deal
d3t01 - Truckin ->
d3t02 - The Other One Jam ->
d3t03 - Me & My Uncle ->
d3t04 - The Other One ->
d3t05 - Not Fade Away ->
d3t06 - Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad ->
d3t07 - Not Fade Away

Notes:
--Beginning of Greatest Story is clipped; perhaps a minute missing
--First few notes of China Cat clipped
--Splice @ 0:58 in I Know You Rider
--I Know You Rider cuts out; several minutes missing
--First few notes of Mexicali clipped
--Playin cuts in during the minor key jam, at least 5 minutes are missing
--Samplitude v6.0 was used to re-track set 2 and to remove numerous cuts in the 2nd NFA with crossfades
--This can fit onto 2 discs by putting Good Lovin' on the end of set 1
--The shn from set 1 had a SBE on gd72-04-16d1t10.shn. I fixed it with shntool and made a new md5 for the track
--Thanks to Walter Schnell for providing the first set source


(260/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-16, Stakladen, Aarhus, Denmark

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005260016f
Notes

05. Aarhus 04.16.72

1972.04.16 Disc 1
01 Greatest Story Ever Told
02 Sugaree
03 Chinatown Shuffle
04 Black Throated Wind
05 Tennessee Jed
06 Mr. Charlie
07 Beat It On Down the Line
08 China Cat Sunflower_
09 I Know You Rider
10 Mexicali Blues
11 Loser
12 Next Time You See Me

1972.04.16 Disc 2
01 Playing In The Band
02 Dire Wolf
03 Good Lovin'
04 Cumberland Blues
05 El Paso
06 Deal

1972.04.16 Disc 3
01 Truckin_
02 Jam_
03 The Other One_
04 Me and My Uncle_
05 The Other One_
06 Not Fade Away_
07 Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad_
08 Not Fade Away



(280/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-17, Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

BAND Grateful Dead
VENUE Tivolis Koncertsal
CITY Copenhagen
STATE Denmark
DATE 04/17/72

Source: SBD>??>French TV Broadcast>C>DAT>CDR
Conversion: CDR > EAC(secure) > Cool Edit(see notes) > CDWav(retracking) > mkwact(seekable) mvernon54@attbi.com
shntool confirms tracks on sector boundaries
Part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2002 shn em up initiative
Thanks to Raoul Duke for the disks!

Disk 1

SET1
01. Introduction (in French)
[Missing] Cold Rain And Snow ;
02. Me And Bobby McGee ;
03. Chinatown Shuffle ;
04. Sugaree ;
[Missing] Black Throated Wind ;
[Missing] Mr. Charlie ;
05. China Cat Sunflower >
06. I Know You Rider ;
07. Jack Straw ;
08. He's Gone ; (*)
09. Next Time You See Me ;
10. Playing In The Band ;
[Missing] Casey Jones

Disk 2
SET2
01. My monitor's not working
02. One More Saturday Night ;
03. It Hurts Me Too ;
04. Ramble On Rose ; 4:46 pdo
05. El Paso ;
06. Big Railroad Blues ;
07. Truckin' ;
[Missing] Dark Star ;
[Missing] Sugar Magnolia ;
[Missing] Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) ;
[Missing] Johnny B. Goode

(*) First time played

d2t3 ~1:47 partial drop out hurts me 2

Notes
1.
Cool Edit used to repair some partial drop outs isolated to one channel
and remove a repeating section at the start of Truckin2. Some songs from this night are available on video - It Hurts
Me Too, El Paso, Big Railroad Blues, Ramble On Rose, Truckin', Bobby
McGee, Chinatown Shuffle, China/Rider, Jack Straw, Next Time You See
Me, He's Gone, One More Saturday Night. Truckin' has appeared on the
commerical video releases "Casey Kasem's Goldmine" and "Anthem To
Beauty".

(280/2) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-17, Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark

Video/DVD, /, ()

005280002A005280002B
Notes

Grateful Dead
Tivolis Koncertsal
Copenhagen
Denmark
04/17/72

Video Lineage: French TV Broadcast>?>DVD

DVD: NTSC MPEG-2, 720x480, 29.97fps 9586kbps

Audio Lineage: SBD>??>French TV Broadcast>C>DAT>CDR>EAC(secure)>Cool Edit>CDWav>
mkwact(shnid=9390), Stereo 48Khz DOLBY AC3 256kbps for dvd.

DVD Chapters (1:17:29):

SET1
0:00:00 Me And Bobby McGee
0:06:12 Chinatown Shuffle
0:08:50 China Cat Sunflower >
0:15:43 I Know You Rider
0:20:56 Jack Straw
0:25:54 He's Gone (*)
0:32:36 Next Time You See Me
0:36:38 My monitor's not working >
0:37:07 One More Saturday Night
0:41:55 It Hurts Me Too
0:49:15 Ramble On Rose ; 4:46 pdo
0:55:33 El Paso
1:02:46 Big Railroad Blues
1:06:07 Truckin'

(*) First time played

Notes:
-Source DVD torrented to EZT by theothrwayn on 11-19 (thanks!).
-Audio source conversion by mvernon54@attbi.com, Part of The Music Never Stopped
Project 2002 shn em up initiative; Thanks to Raoul Duke for the disks!
-MattMan (mlcole@wayne.edu) synchronized the new SBD audio source using Adobe Audition and
authored the new dvd using TMPGEnc DVD Author 1.6.
-Original audio: 20:53-20:57, 36:35-36:36, 55:34-55:35, 1:02:46-1:02:47, 1:06:07-1:06:08.
-Digiwarble in audio 25:32-25:36.


(280/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-17, Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005280016f
Notes

06. Copenhagen 04.17.72

1972.04.17 Disc 1
01 Cold Rain and Snow
02 Me and Bobby McGee
03 Chinatown Shuffle
04 China Cat Sunflower_
05 I Know You Rider
06 Jack Straw
07 He's Gone
08 Next Time You See Me
09 Black Throated Wind
10 Casey Jones
11 Mr. Charlie

1972.04.17 Disc 2
01 Playing in the Band
02 Sugaree
03 One More Saturday Night
04 Hurts Me Too
05 Ramble On Rose
06 El Paso
07 Big Railroad Blues
08 Truckin'

1972.04.17 Disc 3
01 Dark Star_
02 Sugar Magnolia_
03 Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)_
04 Johnny B. Goode



(300/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-21, Beat Club, Bremen, Germany

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

BAND Grateful Dead
VENUE Beat Club
CITY Bremen
STATE West Germany
DATE 04/21/72

Source:SBD>FM>MR>PCM>DAT>CDR
Conversion: CDR > EAC(secure) > Cool Edit (minor cleanup) > mkwact(seekable) by mvernon54@attbi.com

Part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2002 shn em up initiative 5/9/2002

Thanks to Raoul Duke for the disks!

Disk 1 [78:18]
Soundcheck
01. [06:07] Loser
02. [18:48] Black Throated Wind

SET1
03. [06:04] Bertha;
04. [12:08] Playing In The Band;
[Missing] Mr. Charlie ;
[Missing] Sugaree ;
05. [10:04] Truckin' >
06. [02:01] Drums >
06. [23:04] The Other One;
[Missing] One More Saturday Night

COMMENTS
The tape in circulation contains the soundcheck (Loser, BT Wind) and
the show except Mr. Charlie, Sugaree and Saturday Night. There is also
a fragment of Saturday Night with poor sound from the TV broadcast. One
More Saturday Night is on the commercially released MTV video "Closet
Classics".

Notes:
1. shntool confirms tracks on sector boundaries

d1t1 ~01:52.07 brief sub-second splice from fix of gap
d1t1 ~03:12:25 some warbly sound in right channel from partial loss of high frequencies
d1t5 ~2:13 fixed a gap
d1t7 ~2:42 fixed a gap

(300/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-21, Beat Club, Bremen, Germany

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005300016f
Notes

07. Bremen 04.21.72

1972.04.21
01 Bertha
02 Playing in the Band
03 Mr. Charlie
04 Sugaree
05 One More Saturday Night
06 Playing in the Band
07 Beat it on Down the Line
08 Truckin'_
09 drums_
10 The Other One



(320/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-24, Rheinhalle, Dusseldorf, Germany

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

Grateful Dead
4-24-72

Rheinhalle,
Duesseldorf, West Germany

source 1: AUD>MR>C>D>CD>EAC>SHN
source 2: SBD>??>D>CD>EAC>SHN

Disc 1 (66:05)
set 1:
1. Introduction (1:48)
2. Truckin' (11:34)
3. Tennessee Jed (7:22)
4. tuning (2:05)
5. Chinatown Shuffle (3:38)
6. Black Throated Wind (6:10)
7. //China Cat Sunflower--> (6:10)
8. I Know You Rider (6:05)
9. Mr. Charlie (3:53)
10. Beat It On Down The Line (3:04)
11. //Loser (7:29)
12. Playin' In The Band (6:41)

Disc 2 (58:21)
set 1 continued:
1. //Next Time You See Me (4:13)
2. Bobby McGee (6:08)
3. //Good Lovin' (18:12)
4. Casey Jones (7:42)
set 2:
5. He's Gone (8:51)
6. Stars & Stripes tuning (0:44)
7. It Hurts Me Too (7:58)
8. El Paso (4:28)

Disc 3 (76:12)
set 2 continued:
1. Dark Star--> (25:38)
2. Me & My Uncle--> (3:10)
3. Dark Star--> (15:07)
4. Wharf Rat--> (8:54)
5. Sugar Magnolia (7:23)
6. //Not Fade Away--> (3:25)
7. Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad--> (6:32)
8. Not Fade Away% (1:11)
encore:
9. One More Saturday Night (4:48)


The SBD supplies Good Lovin', Casey Jones, Dark Star-->Sugar Magnolia,
and most of One More Saturday Night


Caveat:
--The sources for this recording are well below par. The audience
recording is decent for some portions (for the era) and is merely
listenable for other portions. The SBD is rather degraded, and shows
signs of tape stretching, especially for the tracks following Me &
My Uncle. Sound Forge was used to adjust a significant and varying
pitch problem for the SBD portions as well as to correct the pitch of
the AUD portions. This SBD has been circulating listed as
SBD>MR>C>D>CD, which seems unlikely. Besides the profound Dark Star,
this recording might only be suited for completists.

Notes:
--first few notes of China Cat are clipped
--first few notes of Loser are clipped
--first few notes of Good Lovin' are clipped
--audience patch from 18:15 to 20:30 in Dark Star (d3t01)
--first few notes of Not Fade Away are clipped
--reel flip in Not Fade Away reprise
--audience patch for final 45 seconds of Saturday Night

part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2003

Thanks to Jeff Cook & Chuck Kiefe
edits/encoding by JCotsman


(320/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-24, Rheinhalle, Dusseldorf, Germany

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005320016f
Notes

08. Dusseldorf 04.24.72

1972.04.24 Disc 1
01 Truckin'
02 Tennessee Jed
03 Chinatown Shuffle
04 Black Throated Wind
05 China Cat Sunflower_
06 I Know You Rider
07 Mr. Charlie
08 Beat It On Down the Line
09 Loser

1972.04.24 Disc 2
01 Playing in the Band
02 Next Time You See Me
03 Me and Bobby McGee
04 Good Lovin'
05 Casey Jones

1972.04.24 Disc 3
01 Dark Star_
02 Me and My Uncle_
03 Dark Star_
04 Wharf Rat_
05 Sugar Magnolia

1972.04.24 Disc 4
01 He's Gone
02 It Hurts Me Too
03 El Paso
04 Not Fade Away
05 Goin' Down the Road Feelin Bad
06 Not Fade Away
07 One More Saturday Night



(340/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-26, Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, Germany

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

Grateful Dead
04/26/72
Jahrhundert Halle
Frankfurt, West Germany

Source : SBD > ? > CE2K (minor cleanup) > mkwact > SHN(seekable)

This is an upgrade to the previous shn set
http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=9197

The
sound quality here is on par with the commercially released tracks,
while the previous shn set I now believe to have been from an FM
broadcast based on the spectral signature and hiss level. This new shn
set also includes El Paso which was missing from the previous, "FM" shn
set. Although I do not know the exact source/lineage information, it is
probably from the same 16 track tapes used for the commercial release.
shn encoding mvernon54@attbi.com.
shntool provides track times and confirms no sector boundary errors

submitted to etree ~ 10/31/02


Disk 1 [58:51]
SET1
01. [05:40] [100 Year Hall] Bertha ;
02. [03:04] [100 Year Hall] Me And My Uncle %
03. [03:41] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] Mr. Charlie %
04. [07:33] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] He's Gone %
05. [06:06] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] Black Throated Wind %
06. [04:15] [100 Year Hall] Next Time You See Me ;
07. [05:14] [100 Year Hall] China Cat Sunflower >
08. [05:14] [100 Year Hall] I Know You Rider;
09. [04:46] [100 Year Hall] Jack Straw ;
10. [03:53] [100 Year Hall] Big Railroad Blues;
11. [09:20] [100 Year Hall] Playing In The Band%

Disk 2 [37:27]
12. [02:34] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] Chinatown Shuffle ;
13. [06:28] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] Loser ;
14. [03:04] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] Beat It On Down The Line %
15. [03:21] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] You Win Again %
16. [12:05] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] Good Lovin' %
17. [04:08] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] Dire Wolf %
18. [05:45] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] Casey Jones

Disk 3 [68:23] Identical to Disk 2 of the Commercial Release "100 Year Hall"
SET2
01. [17:44] [100 Year Hall] Truckin' >
02. [36:29] [100 Year Hall] The Other One >
03. [06:45] [100 Year Hall] Comes A Time >
04. [07:23] [100 Year Hall] Sugar Magnolia

Disk 4 [56:51]
05. [04:47] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] El Paso %
06. [07:29] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] Tennessee Jed %
07. [05:19] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] Greatest Story Ever Told %
08. [06:45] [100 Year Hall Outtakes] Two Souls In Communion %
09. [19:13] [100 Year Hall] Turn On Your Lovelight >
10. [07:32] [100 Year Hall] Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad >
11. [05:44] [100 Year Hall] One More Saturday Night

Note: To assemble the complete show in as played order
- purchase the "100 Year Hall" GDM cd http://dead.net/merchandising/music/grateful_dead/Hundred_Year_Hall/album.html
- EAC the "100 Year Hall" disk 1 and rename the tracks as shown above
- extract the outtakes and burn disks 1,2 and 4 as shown
- disk 2 of the commercial release is unchanged and is disk 3 of the complete show as defined here

(340/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-26, Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, Germany

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005340016f
Notes

09. Frankfurt 04.26.72

1972.04.26 Disc 1
01 Bertha
02 Me and My Uncle
03 Mr. Charlie
04 He's Gone
05 Black Throated Wind
06 Next Time You See Me
07 China Cat Sunflower_
08 I Know You Rider
09 Jack Straw
10 Big Railroad Blues
11 Playing in the Band

1972.04.26 Disc 2
01 Chinatown Shuffle
02 Loser
03 Beat It On Down the Line
04 You Win Again
05 El Paso
06 Tennessee Jed
07 Greatest Story Ever Told
08 The stranger (Two Souls In Communion)
09 Casey Jones
10 Good Lovin'
11 Dire Wolf

1972.04.26 Disc 3
01 Truckin'_
02 drums_
03 The Other One_
04 Comes a Time
05 Sugar Magnolia

1972.04.26 Disc 4
01 Turn On Your Lovelight_
02 Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad_
03 One More Saturday Night



(360/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-29, Musikhalle, Hamburg, Germany

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Notes

Show Date: 04/29/72
Venue: Musikhalle
City: Hamburg
State: Germany

SBD Source: SBD>MR>??>DAT>CDR
Aud Patch Source: MR*>cass>SB Live!>.wav>.shn>CD-R. (* believed to be Uher Reel Machine at 4.75 cm/sec).

Aud seed disks provided by eurodead.net mastered by Bernd Weiskircher SBD Seed disks from Raoul Duke

Pitch correction, aud patches and SHN Conversion by mvernon54@home.com
EAC
(secure with correct offsets) > Cool Edit (pitch correction, editing) > CDWAV > mkwact > SHN(seekable) mvernon54@attbi.com
Part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2003.

--------------------------------------------------------------------
Disk 1 [62:20]
Set 1
01. //Playin' In The Band %
02. Sugaree %
03. Mr. Charlie %
04. Black Throated Wind %
05. China Cat Sunflower->
06. I Know You Rider %
07. Big Boss Man %
08. Jack Straw %
09. Loser %
10. Chinatown Shuffle %
11. Me & My Uncle %
12. Big Railroad Blues %


Disk 2 [41:56]
Set 1 continued
01. Good Lovin';
02. Casey Jones
Set2
03. Greatest Story Ever Told %
04. He's Gone %
05. Next Time You See Me %

Disk 3 [67:50]
Set 2 continued
01. Dark Star->
02. Sugar Magnolia->
03. Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks)-> Who Do You Love %
Encores
04. One More Saturday Night %
05. Uncle John's Band*


--------------------------------------------------------------------
Comments:
* Second Encore
- sbd was pitched to match the aud source. The pitched varied thoroughout and for the longer songs multiple pitch corrections for different segments were required. There are still artifacts, especially before reel or cassette flips.
- Cool Edit Pro used for pitching, crossfades, etc... with highest accuracy settings
- there is little audio above 8kHz on this sbd so it pales in comparison to the better E72 boards available
- d1t1 (fades in and out) 1:06-1:09 hiss level changes briefly 5:37-5:40 overload distortion (as Keith mixed in higher?)
- d1t4 some overload like distortion at times when everyone plays chords together and on Bob's vocals
- d1t5 & d1t6 some distortion on Phil's bass and Garcia's guitar and vocals at times
- d1t7 overload distortion most promient on harmonica
- d1t8 mild overload distortion occasionally on vocals, piano, guitars
- d1t9 spots where bass and vocals have mild overload distortion
- d2t1 residual speed variation before some reel flips
- d2t2 mixes changes at the start
- d2t3 some distortion and a few very brief partial drop outs. 2:51 volume briefly drops
- d2t4 distortion on vocals and some of phils chords
- d3t1 reel flip cross faded with aud
- d3t2 reel flip cross faded with aud
- d3t5 opening notes cross faded from aud, hiss level different than preceeding tracks, more "aud" like ambiance


(360/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-04-29, Musikhalle, Hamburg, Germany

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005360016f
Notes

10. Hamburg 04.29.72

1972.04.29 Disc 1
01 Playing in the Band
02 Sugaree
03 Mr. Charlie
04 Black Throated Wind
05 China Cat Sunflower_
06 I Know You Rider
07 Big Boss Man
08 Jack Straw
09 Loser
10 Chinatown Shuffle

1972.04.29 Disc 2
01 Me and My Uncle
02 Big Railroad Blues
03 Good Lovin'
04 Casey Jones
05 Greatest Story Ever Told
06 He's Gone
07 Next Time You See Me

1972.04.29 Disc 3
01 Dark Star_
02 Sugar Magnolia_
03 Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
04 One More Saturday Night
05 Uncle John's Band



(380/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-03, L Olympia, Paris, France

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Notes

5/3/72 - Grateful Dead
Olympia Theater, Paris, France

Lineage:
Soundboard->Master Reel (multi-track)->DAT x 5

Transfer:
DAT->Audiophile 2496->Samplitude v7.02 Professional->FLAC
De-clicked/popped and normalized with Cool Edit Pro v2.0

DAT seed provided by Michael P. Weitzman
Transfer and SHN by Joe Samaritano
4/23/2005

Notes:
1. This is a fix of shnid 21923 where my Win98 machine w/ZA2
was on it's last leg. The channels on that source flew all over the place.
2. This differs from shnid 142 (Masse) in that there is no digital noize during Bertha, no dropout in Drums, no dropout at the beginning of the 2nd Other One, and no noise during the final 2 minutes of Wharf Rat.
3. Consistent with other copies, Casey Jones has a skip ~4 minutes in.
4. This time I left out the China Cat->IKYR, Tennessee Jed, and Jack Straw patches. These can be dropped in from the Europe 72 CD. Buy it if you don't own it. I skipped these track numbers for easy re-naming later.

Set 1:
d1t01 - Bertha
d1t02 - MAMU
d1t03 - Mr. Charlie
d1t04 - Sugaree
d1t05 - BT Wind
d1t06 - Chinatown Shuffle
d1t07 - China Cat (Missing)
d1t08 - IKYR (Missing)
d1t09 - BIODTL
d1t10 - He's Gone
d1t11 - Next Time You See Me
d1t12 - PITB

Set 1 (con't):
d2t01 - Tennessee Jed (Missing)
d2t02 - Good Lovin'
d2t03 - Sing Me Back Home
d2t04 - Casey Jones
Set 2:
d2t05 - GSET
d2t06 - Ramble On Rose
d2t07 - Hurts Me Too

Set 2 (con't):
d3t01 - Truckin'
d3t02 - Jam
d3t03 - Other One
d3t04 - Drums/Bass
d3t05 - Other One Jam
d3t06 - Bobby McGee
d3t07 - Other One
d3t08 - Wharf Rat

Set 2 (con't):
d4t01 - Jack Straw (Missing)
d4t02 - Sugar Mag
d4t03 - NFA
d4t04 - GDTRFB
d4t05 - NFA
d4t06 - E: OMSN


(380/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-03, L Olympia, Paris, France

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005380016f
Notes

11. Paris 05.03.72

1972.05.03 Disc 1
01 Bertha
02 Me and My Uncle
03 Mr. Charlie
04 Sugaree
05 Black Throated Wind
06 Chinatown Shuffle
07 China Cat Sunflower_
08 I Know You Rider
09 Beat It On Down the Line
10 He's Gone
11 Next Time You See Me
12 Playing in the Band

1972.05.03 Disc 2
01 Tennessee Jed
02 Good Lovin'
03 Sing Me Back Home
04 Casey Jones
05 Greatest Story Ever Told
06 Ramble On Rose
07 Hurts Me Too

1972.05.03 Disc 3
01 Truckin'
02 The Other One_
03 drums_
04 The Other One_
05 Me and Bobby McGee_
06 The Other One_
07 Wharf Rat

1972.05.03 Disc 4
01 Jack Straw
02 Sugar Magnolia_
03 Not Fade Away_
04 Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad_
05 Not Fade away
06 One More Saturday Night

(400/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-04, L Olympia, Paris, France

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Notes

Grateful Dead
5/4/72
Olympia Theater, Paris, France

Lineage: SBD > reel > DAT > CDR (via Jay Serafin)
Extraction and shortening by G.S. Hamilton


Disc 1
Set 1:
1. Greatest Story Ever Told
2. Deal
3. Mr. Charlie
4. Beat it on Down the Line
5. Brown Eyed Women
6. Chinatown Shuffle
7. Playing in the Band
8. You Win Again
9. Hurts Me Too
10. He's Gone
11. El Paso
12. Big Railroad Blues
13. Two Souls in Communion

Disc 2
Set 1, cont.:
1. Casey Jones
Set 2:
2. Good Lovin'
3. Next Time You See Me
4. Ramble On Rose
5. Jack Straw

Disc 3
Set 2, cont.:
1. Dark Star >
2. Drums >
3. Dark Star >
4. Sugar Magnolia
5. Sing Me Back Home
6. Mexicali Blues


Disc 4
Set 2, concl.:
1. Big Boss Man
2. Uncle John's Band
3. Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad
4. Not Fade Away
5. Encore: One More Saturday Night


Known flaw: d1t12 1:33-1:43 diginoise (thanks to Konstantin for report)
also: Casey Jones beginning cut (on master?)

I am indebted to Chuck Gannon for providing me with a copy
of this exquisite show.

---- Greg Hamilton (gshamilton@home.com)

(400/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-04, L Olympia, Paris, France

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005400016f
Notes

12. Paris 05.04.72

1972.05.04 Disc 1
01 Greatest Story Ever Told
02 Deal
03 Mr. Charlie
04 Beat It On Down the Line
05 Brown Eyed Women
06 Chinatown Shuffle
07 Playing in the Band
08 You Win Again
09 Hurts Me Too
10 He's Gone
11 El Paso

1972.05.04 Disc 2
01 Big Railroad Blues
02 The Stranger (Two Souls in Communion)
03 Casey Jones
04 Good Lovin'
05 Next Time You See Me
06 Ramble On Rose
07 Jack Straw

1972.05.04 Disc 3
01 Dark Star_
02 drums_
03 Dark Star_
04 Sugar Magnolia
05 Sing Me Back Home

1972.05.04 Disc 4
01 Mexicali Blues
02 Big Boss Man
03 Uncle John's Band
04 Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad
05 Not Fade Away
06 One More Saturday Night



(440/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-07, Bickershaw Festival, Wigan, England

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Notes

"For all our muddy friends, the Grateful Dead..."

Grateful Dead
5/7/72
Bickershaw Festival
Wigan, England

Discs 1 & 2 are a compilation of multiple Audience sources which were used to piece together
the complete 1st set and first 4 songs of the 2nd set. A big thanks to Mick Etherington,
Dave Lang, Simon Mould, Simon Phillips, as well as Chris Jones- the only taper we can
identify- for supplying their copies of this show, as well as Alan Schlissel and Steve Barbella
for getting the different versions all in one place. The various versions were all speed
corrected, but there are still some speed fluctuations and "wow and flutter" here and there.

Discs 3 & 4 are supplied from a Master Soundboard Reel > DAT source. The previously
circulating, 2nd set partial Betty Board was used to patch "The Other One".

There is a 5th disc which contains the NRPS set and is not for the faint of heart.
-Scott Clugston

Disc 1
1st Set
1. Intro>
Truckin'
2. Banter
3. Sugaree
4. Banter
5. Mr. Charlie
6. Beat it On Down the Line
7. Banter
8. He's Gone
9. Chinatown Shuffle
10. China Cat Sunflower>
11. I Know You Rider
12. //Black Throated Wind
13. //next Time You See Me

Disc 2
1. "Happy Birthday Billy"
2. Playin' in the Band
3. Tennessee Jed
4. Good Lovin'
5. //Casey Jones
2nd Set
6. Greatest Story Ever Told
7. Big Boss Man
8. Ramble On Rose
9. Banter
10. //Jack Straw

Disc 3
1. //Dark Star(patched)>
2. Drums>
3. The Other// One(patched)>
4. Sing Me Back Home

Disc 4
1. Banter
2. Sugar Magnolia
3. Turn On Your Lovelight>
4. Going Down the Road Feeling Bad>
5. Not Fade Away
Encore
6. One More Saturday Night
7. Bonus - Banter Highlights

Disc 5
NRPS
1. Contract
2. Truck Driving Man
3. Rainbow
4. Sailing
5. Whatcha Going to Do
6. Willie & The Hand Jive


I was approached by Mick Etherington about finding and putting together the best possible
sources for his only Dead show, the Bickershaw Festival. Bickershaw was a 3 day festival
with many popular bands of the day. By all accounts the weather was cold and rainy with mud
everywhere. The cold weather wreaked havoc with the equipment and the band and it made
conditions extremely unpleasant for concertgoers. Mick recalls sheltering under the sound
tower from the rain, wet and tired after a long weekend.

Mick had long harbored the dream of getting the whole show together after having listened to
the second set from Dark Star onwards that had circulated for some time. What Mick started
ultimately became an effort spanning 2 oceans and 3 or so continents to find all versions of
this show that were known to be in circulation. We eventually turned up many pieces of this
show, some workable, others not. We were only able to identify one of the tapers, Chris Jones,
who did a good job considering the circumstances. Mick introduced me to Dave Lang who provided
many of the versions used here and he was able to connect me with other people who provided
their alternate versions.

I approached Steve Barbella to locate someone with the knowledge and proper equipment to
analyze, clean up and sew together the bits and pieces. Steve suggested Scott Clugston and
I subsequently mailed him a large stack of discs. Scott examined all the source material and
the result of this effort speaks for itself. Scott supplied his copy of soundboard material
that was used on discs 3 and 4. After some consideration he decided to use only audience
tapes for discs 1 and 2 since the soundboard segments we obtained were of poor quality.
Scott considers this to be one of the more difficult projects he has worked on and I thank
him for his time and talent.

Only a few hours after I initially released this "new" show, Steve contacted me to say that
he had heard from Seth Kaplan and that he had a version of the soundboard that did not have a
cassette generation in it. We agreed to recall the few copies that we released and to see
what Seth had. Seth had the same partial set 2 soundboard only it was remastered by Bill
Giles, whose comments follow below.

Scott contacted me regarding this new soundboard version and according to him:
"I've spoken at length with Jeff Tiedrich regarding the Sbd portion of this show.....here's
the scoop;-)........when the more complete copy of the 2nd set began to circulate, we were
told that the lineage was MSR>DAT.....after listening, and based on the hiss levels, the
pedigree was questioned and the source came back and said that it was possible that there
was a cassette gen present, but couldn't confirm one way or the other........being a bit
conservative when it comes to pedigrees, we opted to list this new copy (with the Betty
Board patch in The Other One) as MSR>C>DAT........this was approximately March of
2000.........I never gave it a second thought and since then, Jeff has confirmed that what
we have (and patched) is MSR>DAT......"

In all likelihood, Scott's version has the same lineage as this upgrade.

This upgrade has a very nice patch that restores the opening notes of Dark Star. Also, Bill
scrubbed some broadband noise from the quiet passages of that song. I did an A/B comparison of
discs 3 and 4 and found that the 2 versions were identical in quality except for the patch of
the first 5 notes of Dark Star and a slightly reduced noise level during certain quieter
passages in Dark Star.

The other advantage to using Seth's version of the soundboard is a little extra banter at the
beginning of disc 4 before Sugar Magnolia and some excerpts of assorted stage banter that was
placed after the encore.

I verified and fixed sector boundaries with shntool and seek enabled all tracks with seek
tables appended using shn v3.

Enjoy the show,
Alan Schlissel

Credits:

Digital wizardry by Scott Clugston, discs 1, 2 and 5
SBD Remastering by Bill Giles, discs 3 and 4
Concept by Mick Etherington
Ways and Means by Steve Barbella
Audience taping by Chris Jones and others
Special thanks to Dave Lang for his role in tracking down other sources
Thanks to Simon Philips and Simon Mould for providing me with their sources


"I'd like to pass on my sincere thanks to all involved in bringing this to fruition."
- Mick Etherington

"Little did I know at the time that two of the shows that I taped are now regarded as 'master'
audience recordings. Jeez, I'm so glad I did. If Alan wants to know, the recorder I used was
an early Pye Cassette recorded with a hand-held mic."
- Chris Jones

Notes by Bill Giles:

"Bickershaw:
I'm 100% confident that this remastered version *is* the best in circulation. When Gavin
Lawson kindly sent me his CDR some months ago, his source's lineage showed a cassette gen.
In contrast, Tiedrich's Resources for Traders said the best source had no cassette gen.

"This version starts with Dark Star (but missed the first 5 notes which I've patched in from
a poor denoised and re-equalised SBD cassette. It's OK!! You'd never know if you hadn't been
told). It is not the Betty Board, the circulating copy of which only starts in the 1st verse
of TOO (33 mins late!).

"The Dark Star's a true beauty, er blissfully spatial in the 72nd degree......... but the
source contains a lot of broadband noise - a bit like there's glass reverberating
intermittently but frequently on your speakers (or, if you're grooving in the cans, inside
your head). Sometimes it's one channel, sometimes the other, sometimes both. Real irritating.
David Hollister confirms that the noise is on the original master reel and that he had not
tried treating it because broadband noise is not susceptible to general scrubbing. So, to cut
another long story short, I've been through each and every burst of noise in Dark Star,
channel by channel, and tried to clean each one individually. Well, it's one way of getting
into the music :)) The result's not perfect and never would be, but all the noises are
attenuated and some are removed. It's definitely very OK, the basic sound is first class.
Most important, the MUSIC IS OUTTASIGHT.

"The other problem with the source is a 30 sec cut in TOO and the absence of stage announcements
(in particular Weir's "we've forgotten how to play St Stephen....... maybe we could go back
and listen to our records and cop our licks" rap, and apologies for yet another technical
problem "Garcia's got to clean his glasses". (Weir was really on good stage rap form on this
tour)). I've patched in the music and announcements from BD>DAT>CDR (Betty Board), courtesy of
Steve Nicholls. I had wondered whether to use the Betty as the master source from when it
enters in TOO onwards, but comparative listening shows the non-Betty is the better and clearer
sound - drums are crisper, instruments brighter - whereas the Betty has some bass saturation
and is slightly muddier in the middle. (Very appropriate for Bickershaw, ha ha.)

"Finally, as a reminder of the atmospherix of the event, I've added a few other moments of the
concert from the poor quality SBD cassette, denoised (though you might not think so!) and
re-equalised, as a brief filler. In particular 'Happy Birthday Billy' and Weir explaining
that, to keep warm, they are playing under 30 knots of jet breath from hot air heaters and
getting dizzy with the smell of kerosene.....

"For those who don't know (or need help remembering) just how wet, muddy and great it all was,
you can read more about the Bickershaw festival - personal accounts, photos, programme extracts
etc - on this site:

http://tinpan.fortunecity.com/ebony/546/dead.html

"Pity you can't hear when the fireworks were launched in Dark Star!"


(440/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-07, Bickershaw Festival, Wigan, England

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005440016f
Notes

13. Wigan 05.07.72

1972.05.07 Disc 1
01 Truckin'
02 Sugaree
03 Mr. Charlie
04 Beat it on Down the Line
05 He's Gone
06 Chinatown Shuffle
07 China Cat Sunflower_
08 I Know You Rider
09 Black Throated Wind
10 Next Time You See Me_Happy Birthday

1972.05.07 Disc 2
01 Playin in the Band
02 Tennessee Jed
03 Good Lovin'
04 Casey Jones
05 Greatest Story Ever Told
06 Big Boss Man
07 Ramble On Rose
08 Jack Straw

1972.05.07 Disc 3
01 Dark Star_
02 drums_
03 The Other One_
04 Sing Me Back Home

1972.05.07 Disc 4
01 Sugar Magnolia
02 Turn On Your Lovelight_
03 Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad_
04 Not Fade Away
05 One More Saturday Night



(460/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-10, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Notes

Grateful Dead
5/10/72
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Source: SBD
Lineage: S:MR > Cassette > DAT > CDR > SHN
Extraction and SHN encoding by Seth Kaplan
Thanks Seth for this excellent show!

Disc One
Set 1
1. Bertha 5:11
2. Me And My Uncle 3:16
3. Mr. Charlie 3:43
4. China Cat Sunflower > 10:00
I Know You Rider

5. Black Throated Wind 5:46
6. Loser 6:34
7. Next Time You See Me 4:46
8. El Paso 4:51
9. He's Gone 7:34
10. Chinatown Shuffle 3:08
Total time: 54:53

Disc Two
Set 1, cont.
1. Playing In The Band 12:56
2. Big Railroad Blues 3:59
3. Jack Straw 4:48
4. Tennessee Jed 7:14
5. Big Boss Man 4:18
6. Greatest Story Ever Told 5:19
5. Casey Jones 5:59
Total time: 44:35

Disc Three
Set 2
1. Truckin' > 8:50
2. Drums > 2:24
3. The Other One > 34:17
4. Me And Bobby McGee > 5:33
5. The Other One > 2:04
6. Wharf Rat 8:55
Total time: 62:06

Disc Four
Set 2, cont.
1. Beat It On Down The Line 3:10
2. Two Souls In Communion 6:59
3. Ramble On Rose 6:16
4. Sing Me Back Home 9:38
5. Sugar Magnolia 7:12
6. Not Fade Away > 4:47
7. Goin' Down The Road 8:50
Feeling Bad >
8. Not Fade Away 3:30
Total time: 50:26

Known flaws: Bertha fades in

(460/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-10, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005460016f
Notes

14. Amsterdam 05.10.72

1972.05.10 Disc 1
01 Bertha
02 Me and My Uncle
03 Mr. Charlie
04 China Cat Sunflower_
05 I Know You Rider
06 Black Throated Wind
07 Loser
08 Next Time You See Me
09 El Paso
10 He's Gone
11 Chinatown Shuffle

1972.05.10 Disc 2
01 Playing in the Band
02 Big Railroad Blues
03 Jack Straw
04 Tennessee Jed
05 Big Boss Man
06 Greatest Story Ever Told
07 Casey Jones

1972.05.10 Disc 3
01 Truckin_
02 drums_
03 The Other One_
04 Me and Bobby McGee_
05 The Other One_
06 Wharf Rat

1972.05.10 Disc 4
01 Beat It On Down the Line
02 The Stranger (Two Souls in Communion)
03 Ramble On Rose
04 Sing Me Back Home
05 Sugar Magnolia
06 Not Fade Away_
07 Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad_
08 Not Fade Away



(480/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-11, Rotterdam Civic Hall, Rotterdam, Netherlands

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Notes

Grateful Dead 5-11-72
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Source: 10" MR@7.5ips->DAT>CDR

Disc 1, Set I:

1. PITB*
2. Sugaree
3. Mr. Charlie
4. BT Wind
5. Deal
6. Chinatown Shuffle
7. Mexicali
8. China Cat
9. IKYR
10. Hurts Me Too
11. BIODTL
12. BE Women
13. Jack Straw
14. Big RxR Blues

* SBD mix problems

Disc 2, Set I (cont):

1. Good Lovin'
2. Casey Jones

Set II:

3. Morning Dew
4. Me & My Uncle
5. Two Souls In Communion
6. El Paso
7. Tennessee Jed
8. Next Time You See Me

Disk 3, Set II (cont.)

1. Dark Star

Disk 4, Set II (cont.)

1. Sugar Mag ->
2. Caution -> Who Do You Love? ->
3. Truckin' ->
4. UJB

encore
5. OMSN

(480/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-11, Rotterdam Civic Hall, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005480016f
Notes

15. Rotterdam 05.11.72

1972.05.11 Disc 1
01 Playing in the Band
02 Sugaree
03 Mr. Charlie
04 Black Throated Wind
05 Deal
06 Chinatown Shuffle
07 Mexicali Blues
08 China Cat Sunflower_
09 I Know You Rider
10 Hurts Me Too
11 Beat It On Down the Line
12 Brown Eyed Women

1972.05.11 Disc 2
01 Jack Straw
02 Big Railroad Blues
03 Good Lovin'
04 Casey Jones
05 Morning Dew
06 Me and My Uncle
07 The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion)
08 El Paso
09 Tennessee Jed
10 Next Time You See Me

1972.05.11 Disc 3
01 Dark Star_
02 drums_
03 Dark Star

1972.05.11 Disc 4
01 Sugar Magnolia_
02 Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)_
03 Truckin'_
04 Uncle John's Band



(500/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-13, L Esplanade (Lille Fairgrounds), Lille, France

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Notes

5/13/72 - Grateful Dead
Fairgrounds - Lille, France

Source Info:
SBD -> Rm -> Dat -> CD -> EAC -> SHN
(1 Disc Audio / 1 Disc SHN)

Converted To SHN BY Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
1/12/04

Notes:
Almost all of this show (Up To GDTRFB) circulates SBD>Rm>Cass>Dat>CD.
This one disc is all that circulates from the Master Reel...so far....cm

Set Two:
04 Truckin' ->
05 Drums ->
06 The Other One ->
07 He's Gone


SHNTOOL OUTPUT:
length expanded size cdr WAVE probs filename
11:03.18 116995580 --- -- --- gd72-05-13s2t01.wav
2:10.02 22936748 --- -- --- gd72-05-13s2t02.wav
28:27.16 301152476 --- -- --- gd72-05-13s2t03.wav
8:03.33 85278860 --- -- --- gd72-05-13s2t04.wav
49:43.69 526363664 B (totals for 4 files)

(500/2) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-13, L Esplanade (Lille Fairgrounds), Lille, France

Audio/, /, ()

Notes

Grateful Dead
5/13/72
Fairgrounds
Lille, France

source: sbd > mr > cass > dat > cda > wav > shn v3
dae: eac, high secure mode, offsets in place, wav md5's included.

01 Bertha
02 Black Throated Wind
03 Chinatown Shuffle
04 Loser
05 Beat it on Down the Line
06 Mr. Charlie
07 China Cat Sunflower >
08 I Know You Rider
09 Me and My Uncle
10 Big Railroad Blues
11 Next Time You See Me
12 Playing in the Band

Disc 2 - Set 1 (cont'd)
01 Sugaree
02 Mexicali Blues
03 Casey Jones
Set 2
04 Truckin' >
05 drums >
06 The Other One >
07 He's Gone

Disc 3 - Set 2 (cont'd)
01 It Hurts Me Too
02 Sugar Magnolia
03 Not Fade Away >
04 Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad

encore missing (one more saturday night)
deadlists has GDTRFB going back into NFA - not so here.

seeded to easywind.etree.org (4/01)
comments to Chris L. neo_levo@yahoo.com.
mments to Chris L. neo_levo@yahoo.com.


(500/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-13, L Esplanade (Lille Fairgrounds), Lille, France

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005500016f
Notes

16. Lille 05.13.72

1972.05.13.72 Disc 1
01 Tuning Rap
02 Bertha
03 Black Throated Wind
04 Chinatown Shuffle
05 Loser
06 Beat it on Down the Line
07 Mr. Charlie
08 China Cat Sunflower_
09 I Know You Rider
10 Me and My Uncle
11 Big Railroad Blues
12 Next Time You See Me
13 Playing in the Band


1972.05.13.72 Disc 2
01 Sugaree
02 Mexicali Blues
03 Casey Jones
04 Truckin'_
05 drums_
06 The Other One_
07 He's Gone


1972.05.13.72 Disc 3
01 Hurts Me Too
02 Sugar Magnolia_
03 Not Fade Away_
04 Gooin Down the Road Feelin Bad_
05 Not Fade Away
06 One More Saturday Night



(520/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-16, Radio Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

05/16/72 Radio Luxembourg - Luxembourg, LU

{} means song is missing

Disc 1: {Bertha},

Me & My Uncle, Mr. Charlie, Sugaree, Black Throated Wind, Chinatown
Shuffle, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Beat It On Down The
Line, It Hurts Me Too, Tennessee Jed, Playin' In The Band, Promised
Land
Source: CD>EAC
Liberated Bootleg CD- "Dead De Luxe"

(520/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-16, Radio Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005520016f
Notes

17. Luxembourg 05.16.72

1972.05.16 Disc 1
01 Big River (sound check)
02 Sugar Magnolia (sound check)
03 Bertha
04 Me and My Uncle
05 Mr. Charlie
06 Sugaree
07 Black Throated Wind
08 Chinatown Shuffle
09 China Cat Sunflower_
10 I Know You Rider
11 Beat It On Down the Line
12 Hurts Me Too
13 Tennessee Jed
14 Playing in the Band

1972.05.16 Disc 2
01 Promised Land
02 Truckin_
03 drums_
04 The Other One
05 Sing Me Back Home
06 Sugar Magnolia
07 Not Fade Away_
08 Goin Down the Road Feelin' Bad_
09 Not Fade Away
10 One More Satrurday Night



(540/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-18, Kongressaal Deutsches Museum, München, Germany

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

New txt file (4/03)

Note from Unicorn:
I've had these files for 2 & 1/2 years. I'm embarrased to say that I *think*
I fixed these myself, using Cool Edit Pro, but I honestly don't remember.
The notation style below looks like mine, but who knows? So if someone else
actually did it, forgive me for not giving proper credit.

If anyone finds any additional glitches, let me now in the discussion group and I
will correct them and repost.

Unicorn
------------------------------

Grateful Dead
May 18, 1972
Kongressaal Deutsches Museum
Munich, West Germany
master reel>>sdb>>?>>dat>>cdr

posted to a.b.g.h on 03-08-2003 by Unicorn

Note: Voices heard during quite sections are from a radio broadcast
picked up by one of the amps.

*** These files were downloaded from gdlive.com. Those noted
*** had digital errors that have been corrected.

Disc 1 (72:24)
[Set 1]
1. Truckin' 9:30
2. Sugaree 7:05 major glich at 6:36
3. Mr. Charlie 3:48
4. Jack Straw 4:58
5. Tennessee Jed 7:38
6. Chinatown Shuffle 3:19 repeat at 2:03, digial noise at the end
7. Black Throated Wind 6:37
8. China Cat >> 5:31
9. I Know You Rider 6:39
10. El Paso 4:46 tiny glitch at 2:50
11. It Hurts Me Too 8:04
12. You Win Again 4:29

Disc 2 (42:40)

1. Playin' In The Band 10:42 .76 sec. repeat
2. Good Lovin' 12:04
3. Casey Jones 6:43
[Set 2]
4. Sittin' On Top Of The World >> 3:13
5. Me And My Uncle 3:29
6. Ramble On Rose // 3:29
7. Beat It On Down The Line 3:00 .76 sec. repeat

Disc 3 (62:40)
1. Dark Star >> 27:22 glitch at 17:39
2. Morning Dew >> 11:11
3. //Drumz >> 0:25
4. Sugar Magnolia 7:05
[Encores]
5. Sing Me Back Home 11:42 1st 5 sec. repeats
6. Saturday Night 4:55

*************************

<b>Original txt file (from 11/00)</b>

Posted to alt.binaries.gdead.highspeed (thanks to Nic Brokenleg for pointer):

"Greetings,
I recently downloaded the SHN files for 72-05-18 from gdlive
and found digital errors in seven of them. Many involved short
sections (around 1 second) that repeated, and the others had
digital glitches.

The errors were:

gd72-05-18d1t102 at 6:36 (major digital glitch)
gd72-05-18d1t106 at 2:03 & the last few seconds (repeat & digital noise)
gd72-05-18d1t110 at 2:50 (tiny glitch)
gd72-05-18d2t201 (.76 sec. repeat, didn't save location)
gd72-05-18d2t207 (.76 sec. repeat, didn't save location)
gd72-05-18d3t301 at 17:39 (digital noise)
gd72-05-18d3t305 at the very beginning (5 sec. repeat)

I have repaired all of them using a WAV editor to seamlessly
clip out only the errors. The only really complicated one was
gd72-05-18d1t102, where I had to insert a fraction of a second
of silence to fill out a beat. I sent an e-mail message to gdlive
asking if they wanted these files. Alas, no one ever answered.

But at alt.binaries.gdead.d, Steve said I should send them on
up (bless his heart :-) ) So here they are.

Mick (Unicorn)" (unicorn@mindspring.com)

(540/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-18, Kongressaal Deutsches Museum, München, Germany

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005540016f
Notes

18. Munich 05.18.72

1972.05.18 Disc 1
01 Truckin'
02 Sugaree
03 Mr. Charlie
04 Jack Straw
05 Tennessee Jed
06 Chinatown Shuffle
07 Black Throated Wind
08 China Cat Sunflower_
09 I Know You Rider
10 El Paso

1972.05.18 Disc 2
01 Hurts Me Too
02 You Win Again
03 Playing in the Band
04 Good Lovin'
05 Casey Jones
06 Sitting On Top Of the World_
07 Me and My Uncle
08 Ramble On Rose
09 Beat It On Down the Line

1972.05.18 Disc 3
01 Dark Star_
02 Morning Dew
03 drums_
04 Sugar Magnolia
05 Sing Me Back Home
06 One More Saturday Night



(560/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-23, The Strand Lyceum, London, England

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

Grateful Dead
5/23/72
Strand Lyceum
London, England

This is a speed corrected and restored version of the complete 4-disc set that is
circulating. It replaces that set and an older 3-disc version that cut off during
"Comes A Time".

The 4-disc source was missing the beginning of "Dark Star" and "He's Gone".
Those parts were restored using clips from the 3-disc set. Also restored was
a short blurb from Weir at the end of "Morning Dew". "Ramble On Rose" has been
moved to the beginning of disc 3 where it belongs. Detailed notes on the
restoration are below.

Thanks to terrapinstation for providing the newer 4-disc set that this was based on.

Mick (Unicorn)


lineage unknown, but believed to be 10" 2-track reel master>1 cassette generation>DAT>
1 cassette generation>circulation listed at www.resourcesfortraders.com


** Set 1 **
Disc 1 [67:35]
1. Promised Land 3:24
2. Sugaree 7:39
3. Mr. Charlie 4:37
4. Black Throated Wind 5:33
5. Tennessee Jed 7:23
6. Next Time You See Me 5:04
7. Jack Straw 4:50
8. China Cat Sunflower > 5:47
9. I Know You Rider 5:17
10. Me & My Uncle 3:11
11. Chinatown Shuffle 3:06
12. Big Railroad Blues 3:55
13. Two Souls in Communion 7:49

Disc 2 [43:16]
1. Playin In the Band 12:37
2. Sittin&#8217; On Top of the World 3:23
3. Rockin Pneumonia 5:11
4. Mexicali Blues 3:31
5. Good Lovin 11:51
6. Casey Jones 6:43

** Set 2 **
Disc 3 [49:14]
7. Ramble On Rose 6:04
1. Dark Star > 31:26
2. Morning Dew 11:44

Disc 4 [49:34]
1. He's Gone 8:07
2. Sugar Magnolia 6:49
3. Comes a Time 6:54
4. Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad > 8:38
5. Not Fade Away > 12:07
Hey Bo Diddley >
Not Fade Away
** Encore **
6. Uncle John's Band 6:59



posted to abgdhs 04/2003 by Unicorn


** Restoration notes **


Source tapes:


SourceA - A complete version of the show and the primary source for this
recording, but the beginning of "Dark Star" and "He's Gone" are missing.
Tape speed is fast by .95% to 1.5%. Volume levels on most tracks had been
pushed to the point that there is digital clipping, although it is largely
inaudible. Disk 1 has several clicks.

SourceB - A 178 minute version that ends part way through "Comes A Time",
but with a complete "Dark Star" and "He's Gone". The volume levels are
7 dB lower than SourceA, there is more tape hiss, and it runs 2.25% slow.

Both of theses sources came, ultimately, from the same soundboard tape.

For this restoration, I used Cool Edit Pro as my WAV editor. Also used were
Sonic Foundry's Clipped Peak Restoration tool from Noise Reduction 2.0a, and
Wave's X-Noise noise reduction tool from Restoration Bundle 1.0.

Noise reduction was done only on the missing parts of "Dark Star" and "He's
Gone" from SourceB. All tracks had the DC Offset corrected to zero. And
most of the tracks were run through Clipped Peak Restoration with the
post-limiter enabled.

The speed correction probably won't be noticable to anyone but musicians who
try to play along with the music.
Silence that was removed was actual silence, not quiet time between songs.

Finally, I changed no EQ settings or volume levels except on the clips from
SourceB.



* Disc 1 (all tracks slowed by 1.25% except T13, 1.5%)
D1T01 Removed click at 3:08
D1T03 Removed click at 4:04
D1T06 Removed click at 4:40
D1T07 Smoothed tape transition at 4:40
D1T10 Removed 18 seconds of silence at the end of the track and a 2 1/3
second clip that was a repeat of the beginning of "China Cat
Sunflower". How it ended up here I'll never know.
D1T11 Removed clicks at 2:40 & 2:47 & 2:54
D1T13 Removed 2 minutes 48 seconds of silence at the end of the track

* Disc 2 (all tracks slowed by 1.5%)
D2T02 Smoothed tape transition at 3:19
slowed 1.75%
D2T03 Remove 7.4 seconds of redundant sound at 4:54.
slowed 1.75%
D2T04 Removed 1/3 second of redunant sound at 0:18.6

* Disc 3 (all tracks slowed by .95%)
D3T01 Remove 2 minutes 39 seconds of silence at the end of the track
D3T02 After speeding up SourceB 2.25%, boosting volume levels 7dB, and
applying noise reduction and EQ, the first 1:13 was pasted onto
the beginning of the SourceA "Dark Star". Not quite as seamless
as the "He's Gone" patch due to differences in the stereo fields
of the two sources, but still pretty darn good.
D3T03 SourceB had this line from Weir tagged on at the end of this
track. I cleaned it up as best I could and added it to SourceA.
"We're gonna pause for a moment, and scratch our asses and
drink a little cold and wet liquid."

* Disc 4 (T01 & T02 slowed by 1.25%, the rest by .95%)
D4T01 Speed up SourceB 2.25%, boosted levels 7dB and applied noise
reduction to match SourceB to SourceA. Patched 39 seconds, the
intro and 1st verse, from SourceB onto the beginning of SourceA.
The splice is undetectable except for a subtle shift of the
vocal in the stereo field.
D4T06 Removed 34 seconds of silence at the end

(560/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-23, The Strand Lyceum, London, England

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005560016f
Notes

19. London 05.23.72

1972.05.23 Disc 1
01 Promised Land
02 Sugaree
03 Mr. Charlie
04 Black Throated Wind
05 Tennessee Jed
06 Next Time You See Me
07 Jack Straw
08 China Cat Sunflower_
09 I Know You Rider
10 Me and My Uncle
11 Chinatown Shuffle
12 Big Railroad Blues
13 The Stranger (Two Souls in Communion)
14 Playing in the Band

1972.05.23 Disc 2
01 Sittin' On Top of the World
02 Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu
03 Mexicali Blues
04 Good Lovin'
05 Casey Jones
06 Ramble On Rose
07 Dark Star_
08 Morning Dew

1972.05.23 Disc 3
01 He's Gone
02 Sugar Magnolia
03 Comes a Time
04 Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad_
05 Not Fade Away_
06 Hey Bo Diddley_
07 Not Fade Away
08 Uncle John's Band



(580/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-24, The Strand Lyceum, London, England

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005580016f
Notes

20. London 05.24.72

1972.05.24 Disc 1
01 Cold Rain and Snow
02 Beat it on Down the Line
03 Mr. Charlie
04 Deal
05 Me and My Uncle
06 Hurts Me Too
07 Dire Wolf
08 Black Throated Wind
09 Chinatown Shuffle
10 China Cat Sunflower_
11 I Know You Rider
12 Playing in the Band
13 You Win Again
14 Jack Straw

1972.05.24 Disc 2
01 Casey Jones
02 Rockin' Pneumonia abd the Boogie Woogie Flu
03 Mexicali Blues
04 Black Peter
05 Truckin_
06 drums_
07 The Other One_
08 Sing Me Back Home

1972.05.24 Disc 3
01 Sugar Magnolia
02 Turn On Your Lovelight
03 The Stranger (Two Souls in Communion)
04 One More Saturday Night



(600/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-25, The Strand Lyceum, London, England

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

GRATEFUL DEAD
May 25, 1972
The Strand Lyceum, London, England

Source: MSBDR > 2 casstte gens > DAT > CDR > EAC > SHN

One disc
Set 2, partial
1. Uncle John's Band >
2. Wharf Rat >
3. Dark Star >
4. Sugar Magnolia


(600/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-25, The Strand Lyceum, London, England

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005600016f
Notes

21. London 05.25.72

1972.05.25 Disc 1
01 Promised Land
02 Brown Eyed Women
03 Big Boss Man
04 Black Throated Wind
05 Tennessee Jed
06 Mr. Charlie
07 Jack Straw
08 China Cat Sunflower_
09 I Know You Rider
10 Me and Bobby McGee

1972.05.25 Disc 2
01 Good Lovin'
02 Playing in the Band
03 Brokedown Palace
04 Casey Jones
05 Me and My Uncle
06 Big Railroad Blues
07 Chinatown Shuffle
08 Ramble On Rose

1972.05.25 Disc 3
01 Uncle John's Band
02 Wharf Rat_
03 Dark Star_
04 Sugar Magnolia

1972.05.25 Disc 4
01 Comes a Time
02 El Paso
03 Sitting On Top of the World
04 Goin Down the Road Feelin Bad
05 One More Saturday Night



(620/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-26, The Strand Lyceum, London, England

Audio/, ?/?, (?)

Notes

Grateful Dead
The Strand Lyceum
London, England
05/26/72

S:MR>DATx5>CD

Disc 1 - Set 1

Promised Land
Sugaree
Mr. Charlie
Black Throated Wind
Loser
Next Time You See Me
El Paso
Dire Wolf
The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion)


Disc 2

Playin' In The Band
He's Gone
Cumberland Blues
Jack Straw
Chinatown Shuffle
China Cat Sunflower >
I Know You Rider
Not Fade Away >
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad >
Not Fade Away


Disc 3 - Set 2

tuning
Truckin' >
The Other One >
Drums >
The Other One >
Jam >
Morning Dew >
The Other One >
Sing Me Back Home


Disc 4

tuning
Me & My Uncle
Ramble On Rose
Sugar Magnolia
Casey Jones
One More Saturday Night


Note: This is superior to all circulating copies. The lineage of the DAT
is guaranteed. I did the transfer myself. The DAT was played on a Panasonic
SV-3700, transferred to my Delta DiO 2496, recorded with SoundForge 4.5, and
tracked and burned with CD Architect. EAC was used to create the SHN files.

There is a <1 second patch in Playin' to fix a small spot of tape warble.

The Morning Dew was patched from another previously circulating version with
10-second crossfades on each side to minimize the difference in quality.

There is also a small patch in Sugar Magnolia.

All of these patches came from previously circulating copies.

transferred from DAT/burned/shortened/seeded by
khensu (david.hollister@cox.net)

Enjoy!

10/17/2002

(620/16) Grateful Dead, 1972-05-26, The Strand Lyceum, London, England

Audio/Flac, //Europe 72 The Complete Recordings Box Set, (201306)

005620016f
Notes

22. London 05.26.72

1972.05.26 Disc 1
01 Promised Land
02 Sugaree
03 Mr. Charlie
04 Black Throated Wind
05 Loser
06 Next Time You See Me
07 El Paso
08 Dire Wolf
09 The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion)
10 Playing in the Band

1972.05.26 Disc 2
01 He's Gone
02 Cumberland Blues
03 Jack Straw
04 Chinatown Shuffle
05 China Cat Sunflower_
06 I Know You Rider
07 Not Fade Away_
08 Goin Down the Road Feelin Bad_
09 Not Fade Away

1972.05.26 Disc 3
01 Truckin'_
02 The Other One_
03 drums_
04 The Other One_
05 Morning Dew_
06 The Other One_
07 Sing Me Back Home

1972.05.26 Disc 4
01 Me and My Uncle
02 Ramble On Rose
03 Sugar Magnolia
04 Casey Jones
05 One More Saturday Night



(704/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-08-27, Veneta, OR, US

/, /, ()

Notes

Grateful Dead 8-27-1972 (Discs: CDA-3/SHN-2)
Old Renaissance Faire Grounds Veneta OR
(Benefit for Springfield Creamery)

Bertha Remaster of the Braverman/Dank 16 track source.

SBD>>MR>>DAT>>SS>>CDA>>EAC>>SHN>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDA/SHN - Sound A
(Between songs from the two-track master reels)

Set1

d1t01-Intro
d1t02-Promised Land
d1i03-Sugaree
d1t04-Me & My Uncle
d1t05-Deal
d1t06-Black Throated Wind
d1t07-China Cat Sunflower >>
d1t08-I Know You Rider
d1t09-Mexicali Blues
d1t10-Bertha

Set2

d2t01-Playin' In The Band
d2t02-He's Gone
d2t03-Jack Straw
d2t04-Bird Song
d2t05-Greatest Story

Set3

d3t01-Dark Star >>
d3t02-El Paso
d3t03-Sing Me Back Home
d3t04-Sugar Magnolia

Encore

d3t05-Casey Jones
d3t06-Saturday Night
d3t07-Closing Banter

Notes:
Digitally remastered using a custom built, Dual-DAW, nicknamed Bertha, by jashley@deadacated.com on January 4, 2004.
Thanks to Peter Braverman for his fine work.

From the Braverman text file and prior to Bertha Remastering:

Source:
SBD>16 Track Master Reels>DAT@44.1K>DAT>DAT>WAV>SHN
DAT>WAV via Sony SDT-9000 DDS drive using VDAT 0.6f
(see error logs below)
WAV was edited in Soundforge 4.0 (crossfading of reel cuts between
songs, no music was disturbed except for Sugar Magnolia)
WAV>SHN via CDWAV 1.53>MKW 0.97b

The songs from the reels were originally edited down to DAT very
tightly, almost no banter is present in this version.

Known Flaws: the first few notes of Sugar Magnolia were missing
and were patched in from the circulating Gans CD source.

The following spots were edited using pencil tool in Soundforge
(small bits of analog static removed):
d1t1, 2:18 - left channel click - smoothed, still slightly audible
d1t1, 2:20-2:23 - left channel static - smoothed, still slightly
audible
d1t06, 2:12 - pop - fixed
d2t01, 14:28 - right channel crackle - fixed
d2t05, 3:37 - right channel click - fixed
d2t05, 4:13 right channel click - fixed
d2t05, 04:18 - right channel static - smoothed, still audible
d2t05, 04:45 - right channel static - fixed
d2t05, 04:00-05:00 - some other static, smoothed, but still audible
d2t05, 5:05 - right channel click- still slightly audible
d3t01, 0:28 - two right channel clicks - fixed
d3t01, 0:38 - right channel click - fixed
d3t01, 8:06, 8:11 - right channel crackles - fixed
d3t01, 26:29 - right channel click - fixed

There are a few other minor analog anomalies that were left alone:
d1t01, 2:02 click in right channel
d1t01, 2:26 slight pop
d1t07, 3:48 click
d2t01, 6:00 faint click
d2t04, 10:12 pop
d2t05, 3:36 click
d2t05, 3:42 click
d3t01, 28:24 click
d3t04, 5:10-7:50 intermittent analog buzzing in right channel

There's probably some more to be found, however, all are quite minor

Reel>DAT transfer by Dick Latvala
DAT clone supplied by Rob Eaton, 6/2001
DAT>SHN by Jamie Lutch, 6/2001


(705/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-09-16, Boston, MA, US

/, /, ()

612147001f612147001b
Notes

The Grateful Dead
1972 September 15
Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA, USA

Source: SBD

1. Truckin' > 11:17
2. Drums > 1:09
3. The Other One//# 21:52
Filler:¤
4. Dark Star* > 32:03
5. Drums/Jam * 3:23

Total Disc Time: 69:44

#/The Other One cuts @ 21:50 (end of tape a few sec from finish)

http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=8046

¤/Hollywood Palladium
Hollywood, CA
1972 September 09

http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=17690

(*) with David Crosby on guitar


(713/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-09-17, Civic Centre, Baltimore, MD, US

Audio/mp3, ?/?, (?)

Notes

Grateful Dead
09/17/72
Civic Center, Baltimore, MD

Source: SBDMR > Cass > DAT > SonicSolutions
> CD > EAC > SHN
Extraction and SHN encoding by G.S. Hamilton
I am deeply indebted to David Hollister for
providing me this excellent copy of my first show!


Disc 1:
1. Promised Land 3:14
2. Sugaree 7:42
3. Black Throated Wind 6:18
4. Friend of the Devil 4:09
5. El Paso 6:24
6. Bird Song 10:35
7. Big River 5:12
8. Tennessee Jed 7:43
9. Mexicali Blues 3:46
10. China Cat Sunflower -> 5:43
11. I Know You Rider 6:10
1. Playing in the Band 18:00
2. Casey Jones 6:38
Set 2:
3. Truckin' 11:42
4. Loser 7:08
5. Jack Straw 5:57
6. Mississippi Half Step 7:04
7. Me & My Uncle 3:15
8. Uncle John's Band 7:28
1. He's Gone -> 10:19
2. The Other One -> 38:56
3. Sing Me Back Home 10:25
4. Sugar Magnolia 9:06
Total time: 68:47

Comments: Missing Saturday Night
small digi-snit during Uncle John's Band.ght
small digi-snit during Uncle John's Band.


SHN to MP3 done by gail
256KBS @ 44Khz
Peace
October 2000

(706/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-09-21, Philadelphia, PA, US

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Notes

The Grateful Dead
09/21/72 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

SBD > reel > DAT > CDR > EAC > shn

Shortened and uploaded by Mike Masse <mike@mikemasse.com>

---Disc 1
---Set 1
1. Promised Land
2. Bird Song
3. El Paso
4. China Cat>
5. Rider
6. BT Wind
7. Big RxR Blues
8. Jack Straw
9. Loser
10. Big River
11. Ramble On Rose (pops 0:33.83-0:37.04, 0:42.6-0:42.9, 0:48.3-0:48.5, 0:54.43, 1:15.08, and 5:34.247)
12. Cumberland

---Disc 2
1. Playin'
---Set 2
2. He's Gone
3. Truckin'
4. Black Peter

---Disc 3
1. Mexicali
2. Dark Star>
3. Morning Dew
4. BIODTL

---Disc 4
1. 1/2 Step
2. Sugar Magnolia
3. FOTD
4. NFA>
5. GDTRFB>
6. NFA
---Encore
7. Saturday Night

Notes: FOTD is missing the 10-15 seconds from the beginning of the track.
Whether or not this blip appears on the original reels is unknown.

(707/1) Grateful Dead, 1972-09-24, Waterbury, CT, US

/, /, ()

Notes

Grateful Dead
9/24/72
Palace Theater, Waterbury, Connecticut

Source:SBD
Lineage: Reel master > ? > cassette > DAT > CDR > EAC > SHN

Disc 1
Set 1
1. Big Railroad Blues 4:05
2. Mexicali Blues 3:44
3. Loser 6:19
4. Black Throated Wind 6:41
5. Cumberland Blues 5:46
6. Sugaree 7:22
7. El Paso 4:11
8. //Tennessee Jed 3:39
9. Beat It on Down The Line 3:32
10. Bird Song 9:11
11. Big River 5:03
12. Brown Eyed Women 4:39
Total time: 64:18

Disc 2
Set 1, cont.
1. Playing In//the Band 16:46
Set 2
2. Greatest Story Ever Told > 4:49
3. Bertha > 5:36
4. Promised Land 3:34
5. Friend of the Devil 3:41
6. Jack Straw 4:48
7. Tommorrow is Forever 5:21
8. Me and My Uncle 2:59
Total time: 47:39

Disc 3
Set 2, cont.
1. Dark Star > 28:16
2. Drums > 1:59
3. Dark Star jam > 4:08
4. China Cat Sunflower > 5:40
5. I Know You Rider// 6:26
6. Sugar Magnolia 9:04
Encore:
7. One More Saturday Night 4:48
Total time: 60:24

============================================
Original Notes for shnid=2202 by Jeff M. and Greg Hamilton:

Known Flaws: transient static occurs throughout the first half of disc 1; the specific cases annotated below are just examples. It does not sound like diginoise, but rather seems likely to be on the source reels.

d1t03 (Loser): brief static 3:02-3:06; subsecond discontinuity @ 3:49
d1t04 (Black Throated Wind): static 0:22-0:24
d1t08 cut at begining of Tennessee Jed
d2t01 cut during 15:00 minute mark of Playin' in the Band
d3t05 I Know You Rider cuts at 4:02 (rest is missing).

These flaws exist on all known to be circulating soundoard sources of this rare show.If someone has the even rarer aud., It would be nice to patch the rest of Rider in.

DAE(EAC) and SHN Encoding by Jeff M.email: fy1220_jeffm@snet.net or lost_sailor1620@hotmail.comcdrlist> http://db.etree.org

============================================
Edits by Sean Cribbs (7/2004):

--Spectral analysis revealed at least one additional analog generation in the source lineage.
--Splice exists at the start of Dark Star (~0:48).
--A narrow band of hiss was removed from the material on discs 1 and 2 using a notch filter @ 15970 Hz / 30 db attenuation; a second narrow band of hiss was removed from the majority of Playing In The Band using a notch filter @ 15930 Hz / 30 db attenuation; neither of these bands of hiss appeared on disc 3 (Dark Star through end).
--A NR filter was applied using a noise profile of pure tape hiss obtained from dead air at the start of disc 1.
--Splice in Playing In The Band was smoothed by removing dead air.
--Other spots of dead air were also removed.
--Attenuated two clicks at the transition into China Cat Sunflower.
--Attenuated multiple clicks in Sugar Magnolia.
--All discs were retracked after editing.
--No normalization was applied.
--Spots of static noted above were minor and thus not removed.


(708/1) Grateful Dead, 1973-03-28, Springfield, IL, US

/, /, ()

Notes

Grateful Dead - March 28, 1973
Civic Center - Springfield, MA

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat (44.1k)

Transfer Info:
Dat (Sony 500) -> Samplitude Professional 9.11 -> FLAC

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
July 13, 2007

Notes:
-- All disc changes are seamless
-- Minor diginoise in first part of Cumberland Blues
-- Quality improves for disc 3

Set 1:
d1t01 - Cumberland Blues
d1t02 - Here Comes Sunshine
d1t03 - Mexicali Blues
d1t04 - Wave That Flag
d1t05 - Beat It On Down The Line
d1t06 - Loser
d1t07 - Jack Straw
d1t08 - Box Of Rain
d1t09 - They Love Each Other
d1t10 - El Paso
d1t11 - Row Jimmy
d1t12 - Around And Around
d1t13 - Brown Eyed Women
d2t01 - You Ain't Woman Enough
d2t02 - Looks Like Rain
d2t03 - China Cat Sunflower ->
d2t04 - I Know You Rider

Set 2:
d2t05 - The Promised Land
d2t06 - Loose Lucy
d2t07 - Me And My Uncle
d2t08 - Don't Ease Me In
d2t09 - The Race Is On
d2t10 - Stella Blue
d2t11 - Big River
d2t12 - Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
d3t01 - Weather Report Suite Prelude ->
d3t02 - Dark Star ->
d3t03 - Eyes Of The World ->
d3t04 - Playing In The Band
d3t05 - Johnny B. Goode


(709/1) Grateful Dead, 1973-11-11, Winterland, San Francisco, CA, US

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Notes

Grateful Dead - November 11, 1973
Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> Cassette -> Dat (44.1k)

Transfer Info:
Dat (Sony R500) -> Samplitude Professional v9.02 -> Cool Edit Pro v2.01 -> FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
November 14, 2007

Patch Info:
SBD -> ? -> Dat -> CD supplies:
Eyes Of The World (7:47 - 8:13)

Notes:
-- All disc changes are seamless
-- Thanks to Steve Rolfe for lending me his Dats
-- Pitch corrected with Cool Edit Pro (+0.9%)
-- Thanks to Rob Bertrando for his help with the picth correction
-- This source has more tuning leading up to Dark Star
-- This source does not have the cut at the start of Eyes

Set 1:
d1t01 - The Promised Land ->
d1t02 - Bertha ->
d1t03 - Greatest Story Ever Told
d1t04 - Sugaree
d1t05 - Black Throated Wind
d1t06 - To Lay Me Down
d1t07 - El Paso
d1t08 - Ramble On Rose
d1t09 - Me And Bobby McGee
d1t10 - China Cat Sunflower ->
d1t11 - I Know You Rider
d1t12 - Me And My Uncle
d2t01 - Loose Lucy
d2t02 - Weather Report Suite ->
d2t03 - Let It Grow

Set 2:
d2t04 - Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
d2t05 - Big River
d3t01 - Dark Star ->
d3t02 - Mind Left Body Jam ->
d3t03 - Eyes Of The World ->
d3t04 - China Doll
d3t05 - Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
d3t06 - Uncle John's Band
d3t07 - Johnny B. Goode ->
d3t08 - And We Bid You Good Night


(710/1) Grateful Dead, 1973-12-06, Cleveland, OH, US

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Notes

Grateful Dead
12/6/73
Cleveland Convention Center, Cleveland, OH

Source: SBD
Lineage: S:MR > cassette > DAT > CD > EAC > SHN

Seed provided by Seth Kaplan through Alan Fink: Thanks guys!
Slight retracking (CDWav) by G.S. Hamilton
Note: Disc 3 requires an 80 minute disc

Disc 1
Set 1
1. Bertha 6:25
2. Mexicali Blues 3:27
3. Loser 6:27
4. Black-Throated Wind 6:55
5. They Love Each Other 5:19
6. Beat It On Down The Line 3:17
7. Deal 4:52
8. El Paso 4:26
9. Row Jimmy 9:09
10. Greatest Story Ever Told 5:37
Total time: 55:58

Disc 2
Set 2, cont.
1. China Cat Sunflower > 9:15
2. I Know You Rider 5:30
3. Around And Around 5:06
Set 2
4. Ramble On Rose 7:04
5. Me And My Uncle 2:58
6. Stage Talk 0:56
7. Here Comes Sunshine 15:43
8. Big River 4:48
Total time: 51:23


Disc 3
Set 2, cont.
1. Dark Star > 43:27
2. Eyes Of The World > 13:57
3. Stella Blue 9:21
4. Sugar Magnolia 9:33
Total time: 76:21


Jim Powell's notes:

There are conflicting reports whether the SBD master is on cassettes or reels, but it sounds like it would have to be reels.
The last 26 seconds of Here Comes Sunshine is missing on our copy of the SBD and is patched in using an AUD master from a cassette copy of unknown low generation.
22 seconds in Eyes Of The World are patched from this AUD source also.
The 22-second cut in Eyes looks like a cassette tape flip introduced when the reels were transcribed to 1st gen cassette. The missing conclusion of Here Comes Sunshine is harder to account for on this hypothesis, but there seems a reasonable chance that both missing segments are intact on the master reels. Meanwhile, this tree.

First set highlights include TLEO, Row Jimmy, GSET and China Cat > Rider. The Here Comes Sunshine times almost 16 minutes, is the longest known on circulating tape and probably the best. The Dark Star is the third longest known at 43:28, and one of the all time best. It is the fraternal twin of 11/11/73.D

Dave Greenberg did the patches. David Gans supplied DATs of the 1st gen cassette SBD and Jim Powell instigated the project, supplied the AUD cassette used to patch the SBD's defects, and wrote this note.


(714/1) Grateful Dead, 1973-12-19, Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL, US

Audio/mp3, ?/?, (?)

Notes

Grateful Dead
1973-12-19
Tampa, Curtis Hixon Convention Hall, FL, US

s1 09 Grateful Dead (12-19-73) - Big River
s1 10 Grateful Dead (12-19-73) - Here Comes Sunshine
s1 13 Grateful Dead (12-19-73) - Playing In The Band

s2 01 Grateful Dead (12-19-73) - Mississippi Half Step
s2 04 Grateful Dead (12-19-73) - Weather Report Suite
s2 06 Grateful Dead (12-19-73) - He's Gone
s2 07 Grateful Dead (12-19-73) - Truckin
s2 08 Grateful Dead (12-19-73) - Nobodys Fault But Mine
s2 09 Grateful Dead (12-19-73) - Jam
s2 10 Grateful Dead (12-19-73) - Other One
s2 11 Grateful Dead (12-19-73) - Stella Blue
s2 12 Grateful Dead (12-19-73) - Around And Around

(83/1) Grateful Dead, 1978-18-03, Jerry Garcia, Warner Theatre, Bethesda, MA, US

Audio/mp3, /, ()

Notes

JGB 3-18-78 Bethezda, Maryland, Warner Theatre

harder they come
mission in the rain
simple twist
Midnight Moonlight
Gomorrah
Cats under the stars
Ill be with thee
somebody help me


>cuts out at the end>


Commentaires

Jerry Garcia

(722/1) Grateful Dead, 1990-03-22, Copps Coliseum Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Audio/mp3, /, ()

Notes

Show 3, Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 1990-03-22

Disc 1
1. Feel Like A Stranger [8:12]
2. West L. A. Fadeaway [7:41]
3. Easy To Love You [6:14]
4. Beat It On Down The Line [3:34]
5. It Must Have Been The Roses [6:29]
6. The Last Time [5:40]
7. Picasso Moon [7:07]
8. Don't Ease Me In [3:30]

Disc 2
1. Scarlet Begonias> [8:30]
2. Fire On The Mountain [11:44]
3. Samson And Delilah [6:51]
4. Believe It Or Not [6:32]
5. Truckin'> [11:04]
6. Rhythm Devils [11:36]

Disc 3
1. Space> [8:14]
2. The Other One> [6:42]
3. Hey Jude> [4:53]
4. Dear Mr. Fantasy> [3:58]
5. Hey Jude> [4:31]
6. Sugar Magnolia [8:45]
7. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [7:10]


(198/1) Grateful Dead, 1990-03-29, Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY, US

Audio/shn, /, ()

Notes

3/29/90 - Grateful Dead
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Uniondale, NY

Recording Info:
SBD -> Dat -> CD

SHN Conversion By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
10/18/04

Notes:
--This source doesn't have any of the flaws that the other etree sources have.

Set 1;
d1t01 - Jack Straw ->
d1t02 - Bertha
d1t03 - We Can Run
d1t04 - Ramble On Rose
d1t05 - When I Paint My Masterpiece
d1t06 - Bird Song ->
d1t07 - The Promised Land

Set 2:
d2t01 - Eyes Of The World ->
d2t02 - Estimated Prophet ->
d2t03 - Dark Star ->
d2t04 - Drums ->
d3t01 - Space ->
d3t02 - Dark Star ->
d3t03 - The Wheel ->
d3t04 - Throwing Stones ->
d3t05 - Turn On Your Lovelight

Encore:
d3t06 - Knockin' On Heaven's Door

Notes:
-- Branford Marsalis plays saxophone on Bird Song and Promised in Set 1 and the entire 2nd Set, except for Drums.


(715/1) Grateful Dead, 2008-02-04, The Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA, US

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Deadheads For Obama
Featuring Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Friends
2/4/2008
The Warfield Thtr.
San Francisco, CA

Taped & Seeded by: Ian Stone (stone.ian@gmail.com)
Source: Schoeps mk41>kc5>cmc6>lunatec v2>sound devices 722 @24/48 at taper's section, right of center.

Set I.
Disc 1
1. intro
2. Playing in the Band*>
3. Brown-Eyed Women†,
4. Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo†>
5. New Minglewood Blues*,
6. Come Together*
7. Phil's Campaign Speech

Set II. (Acoustic)
8. Deep Elem Blues,
9. Friend of the Devil,
10. Deal,
11. Ripple

Set III.
Disc 2
1. China Cat Sunflower*†>
2. The Wheel*†>
3. The Other One*>
4. Sugaree*

Disc 3 (set 3 cont'd)
1. Eyes of the World*†>
2. Throwin' Stones*>
3. Iko Iko>
4. Jam*†>
5. Playing reprise*†
6. Crowd Noise/Phil Speaks

7. Encore: U.S. Blues*†%

Bob Weir, guitar and vocals;
Phil Lesh, bass and vocals;
Mickey Hart, drums and vocals;
John Molo, drums;
Jackie Greene, guitar, keyboards and vocals;
Steve Molitz, keyboards and vocals.

* with Mark Karan, guitar;
†with Barry Sless, pedal steel guitar;
%with Hippie Bill, flag

notes: set 2 beginning missing 5-6 seconds, as someone was in my way when i was trying to get to my gear as they took the stage, and the 722 takes a second to boot up.
I wasn't sure what to label this as, since it's more than Phil&Friends, not quite "the dead" so i came up with DFO "Deadheads for Obama"
ENJOY!


(716/1) Grateful Dead, 2015-06-27, Santa Clara, CA, US

Audio/Flac, /, ()

613716001a
Notes

Grateful Dead
Fare The Well (1 of 5)
Levi's Stadium
Santa Clara, CA
June 27, 2015

SBD + AUD Matrix Mix (65%-SBD/35%-FOB)- 3 Source Mix

Set 1

01 [01:38] Tuning
02 [02:40] Truckin' Jam
03 [12:34] Truckin'
04 [10:58] Uncle John's Band
05 [05:57] Alligator
06 [07:32] Cumberland Blues
07 [02:34] Born Cross-Eyed
08 [04:49] Cream Puff War
09 [17:38] Viola Lee Blues

Set 2

01 [02:44] Tuning
02 [07:17] Cryptical Envelopment
03 [29:27] Dark Star
04 [21:36] St Stephen
05 [12:09] The Eleven
06 [07:16] Lovelight
07 [14:30] Drums
08 [07:55] Space
09 [08:30] What's Become Of The Baby
10 [11:29] The Other One
11 [11:31] Morning Dew
Encore
12 [01:39] Donor Rap
13 [05:59] Casey Jones

Mickey Hart
Bill Kreutzmann
Phil Lesh
Bob Weir
with-
Trey Anastasio
Jeff Chimenti
Bruce Hornsby

---------------------------------------------------------
Source Info

KFOG
SBD > KFOG webstream (broadcast after the show)
Web > Audition 1.5 > shntool > TLH

SBD > Webstream Video Rip
Live Stream

AUD
Sonics Studios DSM6 Omni's > Sony PCM-M10 > WAV 2496.
Hat-mounted mics, G.A. Pit center, aprx 35-feet from stage
Recording by Richie Stankiewicz.
WAV 2496 > Wavelab > CD-Wave > R8Brain > TLH > FLAC tagged

---------------------------------------------------------
Tech Notes

FLAC were decoded to wave. Vegas Pro 12 was used to reassemble the tracks back to 1 long wave. Vegas Pro 12 was used to align & synch both of the sources, isolate and remove background noise, expand the dynamics and widen the stereo imaging. This is a matrix mix of 32.5% KFOG, %32.5% Webstream, 35% FOB.
- Mixed by amdig1@yahoo.com
- FLAC conversion done 09-August-2015
- Folder Art Included

---------------------------------------------------------
Notes

Nice sounding broadcast with almost no crowd in the mix. It was more like a straight SBD but with the usual missing info above 16k and minimal dynamic range.

These are differnt than many of my matrix mix efforts in that quite a bit of DSP has been performed. Seperately the 2 broadcast sources did not sound that great. Heavily compressed, sterile and flat with no feel for a live experience. Additionally the mix was lacking Bruce and Jeff.

The sound processing effort paid huge dividens alone but combining the 2 differnt SBD broadcast is what really made the differnce.
The final result iss a great sounding SBD source that just need some life breathed into it with the FOB.

Although the broadcast sources were received at 16/44 it seems likely they were broacast at lower resolutions but obviosuly still in the high quality range. The high end (cymbols) are tight and not brittle. Plus with all the DSP and the mixdown of 3 sources means this will no longer show any signs of suspect compression.

This is a great sounding source and will do nicely until the band puts out the multitracks. Enjoy, Dan (aka amdig1)

---------------------------------------------------------
Additional Formats

This show is available in the following formats:

1. The SBD and the AUD sources listed above.
2. SBD+AUD Matrix Mix at 16/44 CD-Audio
3. DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Surround Sound

---------------------------------------------------------


(716/2) Grateful Dead, 2015-06-27, Santa Clara, CA, US

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Grateful Dead

2015 06 27 San Jose, California.

Zoom H1(ver.2)>MS-CMC-25 @ 24 bit 96k

Directly behind the stage section 229

Recorded by Share The Tape

Cubase (joins/splits)>soundforge (vol)>CD Wave (tracksplits naming, and conversion for 16 bit files)>Traders Little Helper (Flac)

Seeded 07/2015



(717/1) Grateful Dead, 2015-06-28, Santa Clara, CA, US

Audio/Flac, /, ()

613717001a
Notes

Grateful Dead
Fare The Well (2 of 5)
Levi's Stadium
Santa Clara, CA
June 28, 2015

SBD + AUD Matrix Mix (65%-SBD/35%-FOB) - 3 Source Mix

Set 1

01 [01:57] Tuning
02 [11:58] Feel Like A Stranger
03 [09:49] Minglewood Blues
04 [06:00] Brown Eyed Women
05 [08:49] Loose Lucy
06 [09:58] Loser
07 [11:39] Row Jimmy
08 [05:54] Alabama Getaway
09 [14:59] Black Peter
10 [10:36] Hell In A Bucket

Set 2

01 [01:37] Tuning
02 [15:49] Mississippi Half-Step
03 [18:09] Wharf Rat
04 [11:15] Eyes Of The World
05 [10:38] He's Gone
06 [13:27] Drums
07 [04:17] Space
08 [08:04] I Need A Miracle
09 [09:06] Death Don't Have No Mercy
10 [10:54] Sugar Magnolia
11 [02:08] Donor Rap
12 [07:12] Brokedown Palace
13 [00:34] Mickey Hart

Mickey Hart
Bill Kreutzmann
Phil Lesh
Bob Weir
with-
Trey Anastasio
Jeff Chimenti
Bruce Hornsby

---------------------------------------------------------
Source Info

KFOG
SBD > KFOG webstream (broadcast after the show)
web > Audition 1.5 > shntool > TLH

SBD > Webstream Video Rip
Live Stream

AUD
Sonics Studios DSM6 Omni's > Sony PCM-M10 > WAV 2496.
Hat-mounted mics, G.A. Pit center, aprx 35-feet from stage
Recording by Richie Stankiewicz.
WAV 2496 > Wavelab > CD-Wave > R8Brain > TLH > FLAC tagged

---------------------------------------------------------
Tech Notes

FLAC were decoded to wave. Vegas Pro 12 was used to reassemble the tracks back to 1 long wave. Vegas Pro 12 was used to align & synch both of the sources, isolate and remove background noise, expand the dynamics and widen the stereo imaging. This is a matrix mix of 32.5% KFOG, %32.5% Webstream, 35% FOB.
- Mixed by amdig1@yahoo.com
- FLAC conversion done 09-August-2015
- Folder Art Included

---------------------------------------------------------
Notes

Nice sounding broadcast with almost no crowd in the mix. It was more like a straight SBD but with the usual missing info above 16k and minimal dynamic range.

These are differnt than many of my matrix mix efforts in that quite a bit of DSP has been performed. Seperately the 2 broadcast sources did not sound that great. Heavily compressed, sterile and flat with no feel for a live experience. Additionally the mix was lacking Bruce and Jeff.

The sound processing effort paid huge dividens alone but combining the 2 differnt SBD broadcast is what really made the differnce.
The final result iss a great sounding SBD source that just need some life breathed into it with the FOB.

Although the broadcast sources were received at 16/44 it seems likely they were broacast at lower resolutions but obviosuly still in the high quality range. The high end (cymbols) are tight and not brittle.
Plus with all the DSP and the mixdown of 3 sources means this will no longer show any signs of suspect compression.

This is a great sounding source and will do nicely until the band puts out the multitracks. Enjoy, Dan (aka amdig1)

---------------------------------------------------------
Additional Formats

This show is available in the following formats:

1. The SBD and the AUD sources listed above.
2. SBD+AUD Matrix Mix at 16/44 CD-Audio
3. DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Surround Sound

---------------------------------------------------------


(717/2) Grateful Dead, 2015-06-28, Santa Clara, CA, US

Audio/Flac, /, ()

Notes

Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of The Grateful Dead
Levi's Stadium
Santa Clara, CA
June 28th, 2015

Set 1
Feel Like A Stranger
New Minglewood Blues
Brown-Eyed Women
Loose Lucy
Loser
Row Jimmy
Alabama Getaway
Black Peter
Hell in A Bucket

Set 2
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
Wharf Rat
Eyes of The World
He's Gone
Drums > Space
I Need A Miracle
Death Don't Have No Mercy
Sugar Magnolia
-encore-
Brokedown Palace

Phil Lesh - bass, vocals
Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
Mickey Hart - percussion
Bill Kreutzmann - drums
Trey Anastasio - guitar, vocals
Bruce Hornsby - piano, keyboards, vocals
Jeff Chimenti - keyboards


Recorded with Neumann KM184’s > Sound Devices 722 @ 48 kHZ/24 bit
Mic position: back left FOH, 10 ft. high, NOS
All post production with Macbook Pro, Logic Pro X, and xACT.
Recorded by D. Fries

*s1t01 “Feel Like A Stranger” has some issues; wind and major level adjustments.

(718/1) Grateful Dead, 2015-07-03, Chicago, IL, US

Audio/Flac, /, ()

613718001a
Notes

Grateful Dead
Fare The Well (3 of 5)
Soldier Field
Chicago, IL
July 03, 2015

SBD + AUD Matrix Mix (65%-SBD/35%-FOB)- 3 Source Mix

Set 1

01 [01:44] Tuning
02 [05:14] Box of Rain
03 [01:55] Straw Jam
04 [08:22] Jack Straw
05 [07:28] Bertha
06 [06:41] Passenger
07 [02:18] Technical Difficulties
08 [10:09] The Wheel
09 [09:35] Crazy Fingers
10 [10:15] Music Never Stopped

Set 2

01 [02:16] Tuning
02 [07:03] Mason's Children
03 [11:34] Scarlet Begonias
04 [06:42] Fire on the Mountain
05 [11:52] Drums
06 [05:14] Space
07 [09:34] New Potato Caboose
08 [14:04] Playing in the Band
09 [03:24] Space
10 [12:56] Let It Grow
09 [04:48] Help on the Way
10 [05:24] Slipknot!
11 [11:42] Franklin's Tower
Encore:
12 [02:10] Donar Rap
13 [05:28] Ripple

Mickey Hart
Bill Kreutzmann
Phil Lesh
Bob Weir
with-
Trey Anastasio
Jeff Chimenti
Bruce Hornsby

---------------------------------------------------------

Source Info

WXRT
SBD > WXRT FM > Pioneer TX-9100 > Soundblaster Audigy 2 ZS
@ 24-bit 48khz > Sound Forge for edits & resampling > flac16
Recorded By: Firebottle

SBD > Webstream Video Rip
Live Stream

AUD
Source:
Microtech Gefell M-210>Oade M-248>Sound Devices 722>WAV 2448
Transfer:
WAV 2448>Wavelab>CD-Wave (24bit)>R8Brain>TLH>FLAC 1644 tagged
Recording By:
Jon Pasternak, FOB center G.A. Pit, 75-feet from the stage

---------------------------------------------------------
Tech Notes

FLAC were decoded to wave. Vegas Pro 12 was used to reassemble the tracks back to 1 long wave. Vegas Pro 12 was used to align & synch both of the sources, isolate and remove background noise, expand the dynamics and widen the stereo imaging. This is a matrix mix of 32.5% WXRT, %32.5% Webstream, 35% FOB.
- Mixed by amdig1@yahoo.com
- FLAC conversion done 09-August-2015
- Folder Art Included

---------------------------------------------------------
Tech Notes

FLAC were decoded to wave. Vegas Pro 12 was used to reassemble the tracks back to 1 long wave. Vegas Pro 12 was used to align & synch both of the sources, isolate and remove background noise, expand the dynamics and widen the stereo imaging. This is a matrix mix of 32.5% KFOG, %32.5% Webstream, 35% FOB.
- Mixed by amdig1@yahoo.com
- FLAC conversion done 09-August-2015
- Folder Art Included

---------------------
Notes

Nice sounding broadcast with almost no crowd in the mix. It was more like a straight SBD but with the usual missing info above 16k and minimal dynamic range.

All DJ chatter and station ID's have been meticulously removed.
These edits are completely inaudible.

These are differnt than many of my matrix mix efforts in that quite a bit of DSP has been performed. The FM broadcasted sounded very good. At first I really liked the in-your-face sound but after 20 minutes or so the heavy compression ultimately tired my ears out.
Large dynamics are part of a Grateful Dead concert experice and so it was left sounding artifical. The other broadcast was very sterile and flat with no feel for a live experience. Additionally the mix was lacking Bruce and Jeff.

The sound processing effort paid huge dividens alone but combining the 2 differnt broadcasts is what really made the differnce.
The final result iss a great sounding SBD source that just need some life breathed into it with the FOB.

Although the broadcast sources were received at 16/44 it seems likely they were broacast at lower resolutions but obviosuly still in the high quality range. The high end (cymbols) are tight and not brittle.
Plus with all the DSP and the mixdown of 3 sources means this will no longer show any signs of suspect compression.

This is a great sounding source and will do nicely until the band puts out the multitracks. Enjoy, Dan (aka amdig1)

---------------------------------------------------------
Additional Formats

This show is available in the following formats:

1. The SBD and the AUD sources listed above.
2. SBD+AUD Matrix Mix at 16/44 CD-Audio
3. DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Surround Sound

---------------------------------------------------------


(719/1) Grateful Dead, 2015-07-04, Chicago, IL, US

Audio/Flac, /, ()

613719001a
Notes

Grateful Dead
Fare The Well (4 of 5)
Soldier Field
Chicago, IL
July 04, 2015

SBD + AUD Matrix Mix (65%-SBD/35%-FOB)- 3 Source Mix

Set 1

01 [02:33] Tuning
02 [15:41] Shakedown Street
03 [09:12] Liberty
04 [09:22] Standing on the Moon
05 [04:29] Me & My Uncle
06 [09:30] Tennessee Jed
07 [07:25] Cumberland Blues
08 [11:10] Little Red Rooster
09 [07:37] Friend of the Devil
10 [07:57] Deal

Set 2

01 [15:34] Bird Song
02 [10:38] The Golden Road
03 [09:25] Lost Sailor
04 [09:49] St. of Circumstance
05 [11:12] West L.A. Fadeaway
06 [09:19] Foolish Heart
07 [15:51] Drums
08 [06:40] Space
09 [11:54] Stella Blue
10 [07:57] One More Saturday Night
Encore:
11 [02:47] Donar Rap
12 [06:44] U.S. Blues

Mickey Hart
Bill Kreutzmann
Phil Lesh
Bob Weir
with-
Trey Anastasio
Jeff Chimenti
Bruce Hornsby

---------------------------------------------------------
Source Info

WXRT
SBD > WXRT FM > Pioneer TX-9100 > Soundblaster Audigy 2 ZS @ 24-bit 48khz > Sound Forge for edits & resampling > flac16 Recorded By: Firebottle
SBD > Webstream Video Rip
Live Stream

AUD
Source:
Microtech Gefell M-210>Oade M-248>Sound Devices 722>WAV 2448
Transfer:
WAV 2448>Wavelab>CD-Wave (24bit)>R8Brain>TLH>FLAC 1644 tagged
Recording By:
Jon Pasternak, FOB center G.A. Pit, 75-feet from the stage

---------------------------------------------------------
Tech Notes

FLAC were decoded to wave. Vegas Pro 12 was used to reassemble the tracks back to 1 long wave. Vegas Pro 12 was used to align & synch both of the sources, isolate and remove background noise, expand the dynamics and widen the stereo imaging. This is a matrix mix of 32.5% WXRT, %32.5% Webstream, 35% FOB.
- Mixed by amdig1@yahoo.com
- FLAC conversion done 09-August-2015
- Folder Art Included

---------------------------------------------------------
Notes

Nice sounding broadcast with almost no crowd in the mix. It was more like a straight SBD but with the usual missing info above 16k and minimal dynamic range.

All DJ chatter and station ID's have been meticulously removed.
These edits are completely inaudible.

These are differnt than many of my matrix mix efforts in that quite a bit of DSP has been performed. The FM broadcasted sounded very good. At first I really liked the in-your-face sound but after 20 minutes or so the heavy compression ultimately tired my ears out.
Large dynamics are part of a Grateful Dead concert experice and so it was left sounding artifical. The other broadcast was very sterile and flat with no feel for a live experience. Additionally the mix was lacking Bruce and Jeff.

The sound processing effort paid huge dividens alone but combining the 2 differnt broadcasts is what really made the differnce.
The final result iss a great sounding SBD source that just need some life breathed into it with the FOB.

Although the broadcast sources were received at 16/44 it seems likely they were broacast at lower resolutions but obviosuly still in the high quality range. The high end (cymbols) are tight and not brittle.
Plus with all the DSP and the mixdown of 3 sources means this will no longer show any signs of suspect compression.

This is a great sounding source and will do nicely until the band puts out the multitracks. Enjoy, Dan (aka amdig1)

---------------------------------------------------------
Additional Formats

This show is available in the following formats:

1. The SBD and the AUD sources listed above.
2. SBD+AUD Matrix Mix at 16/44 CD-Audio
3. DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Surround Sound

---------------------------------------------------------


(720/1) Grateful Dead, 2015-07-05, Chicago, IL, US

Audio/Flac, /, ()

613720001a
Notes

Grateful Dead
Fare The Well (5 of 5)
Soldier Field
Chicago, IL
July 05, 2015

SBD + AUD Matrix Mix (65%-SBD/35%-FOB)- 3 Source Mix

Set 1

01 [01:45] Tuning
02 [07:28] ChinaCat Sunflower
03 [07:43] I know You Rider
04 [15:45] Estimated Prophet
05 [06:57] Built to Last
06 [08:13] Samson & Delilah
07 [13:51] Mountains of the Moon
08 [12:38] Throwing Stones

Set 2

01 [13:38] Truckin'
02 [14:33] Cassidy
03 [08:11] Althea
04 [14:45] Terrapin Station
05 [15:56] Drums
06 [06:00] Space
07 [12:08] Unbroken Chain
08 [13:52] Days Between
09 [11:45] Not Fade Away
Encore:
10 [02:09] Donar Rap
11 [11:17] Touch of Grey
12 [07:39] Attics of My Life
13 [01:06] Mickey Hart

Mickey Hart
Bill Kreutzmann
Phil Lesh
Bob Weir
with-
Trey Anastasio
Jeff Chimenti
Bruce Hornsby

---------------------------------------------------------

Source Info

WXRT
SBD > WXRT FM > Pioneer TX-9100 > Soundblaster Audigy 2 ZS
@ 24-bit 48khz > Sound Forge for edits & resampling > flac16
Recorded By: Firebottle

SBD > Webstream Video Rip
Live Stream

AUD
Source:
Microtech Gefell M-210>Oade M-248>Sound Devices 722>WAV 2448
Transfer:
WAV 2448>Wavelab>CD-Wave (24bit)>R8Brain>TLH>FLAC 1644 tagged
Recording By:
Jon Pasternak, FOB center G.A. Pit, 75-feet from the stage

---------------------------------------------------------
Tech Notes

FLAC were decoded to wave. Vegas Pro 12 was used to reassemble the tracks back to 1 long wave. Vegas Pro 12 was used to align & synch both of the sources, isolate and remove the FM background noise, expand the dynamics and widen the stereo imaging. This is
a matrix mix of 32.5% WXRT, %32.5% Webstream, 35% FOB.
- Mixed by amdig1@yahoo.com
- FLAC conversion done 09-August-2015
- Art Included

---------------------------------------------------------
Notes

Nice sounding broadcast with almost no crowd in the mix. It was more like a straight SBD but with the usual missing info above 16k and minimal dynamic range.

All DJ chatter and station ID's have been meticulously removed.
These edits are completely inaudible.

These are differnt than many of my matrix mix efforts in that quite a bit of DSP has been performed. The FM broadcasted sounded very good. At first I really liked the in-your-face sound but after 20 minutes or so the heavy compression ultimately tired my ears out.
Large dynamics are part of a Grateful Dead concert experice and so it was left sounding artifical. The other broadcast was very sterile and flat with no feel for a live experience. Additionally the mix was lacking Bruce and Jeff.

The sound processing effort paid huge dividens alone but combining the 2 differnt broadcasts is what really made the differnce.
The final result iss a great sounding SBD source that just need some life breathed into it with the FOB.

Although the broadcast sources were received at 16/44 it seems likely they were broacast at lower resolutions but obviosuly still in the high quality range. The high end (cymbols) are tight and not brittle.
Plus with all the DSP and the mixdown of 3 sources means this will no longer show any signs of suspect compression.

This is a great sounding source and will do nicely until the band puts out the multitracks. Enjoy, Dan (aka amdig1)

---------------------------------------------------------
Additional Formats

This show is available in the following formats:

1. The SBD and the AUD sources listed above.
2. SBD+AUD Matrix Mix at 16/44 CD-Audio
3. DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Surround Sound

---------------------------------------------------------


ArtWorks GD50

Highslide JS

ON TV

merci a hardprog pour le partage de son titanesque travail : Rock on TV *

1969-01-08UsaPlayboy After Dark, Grateful Dead ,
1971-10-09FrancePop Deux, Grateful Dead ,
1971-11-27FrancePop Deux, Grateful Dead ,
1972-04-17DenmarkVarious Denmark Tv Rock Show, Grateful Dead ,
1972-08-12DenmarkVarious Denmark Tv Rock Show, Grateful Dead ,
1972-08-25DenmarkVarious Denmark Tv Rock Show, Grateful Dead ,
1978-02-04UsaDon Kirshner Rock Concert, Grateful Dead ,
1978-11-11UsaSaturday Night Live, Grateful Dead ,
1981-03-28SwedenMaratonrock, Grateful Dead ,
1987-02-21FranceMusicalifornia, Grateful Dead ,
1988-07-15Great BritainWired, Grateful Dead ,

Liens/Links

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Quicksilver Messenger Service

 

Discographie / Discography

Quicksilver Messenger Service

Mes Matérialisés

1968Quicksilver Messenger ServiceQuicksilver Messenger ServiceCapitol RecordsST-2904LP
1969Quicksilver Messenger ServiceHappy TrailsCapitol RecordsST-120, ST 120LP
1979Quicksilver Messenger ServiceShady GroveCapitol RecordsSN-16094LP
2008Quicksilver Messenger ServiceLive At The Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, 9th September 1966Bear RecordsBEARVP105CDCD
2009Quicksilver Messenger ServiceLive At The Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco, 4th April 1968Vinyl Lovers9007312xLP
2012Quicksilver Messenger ServiceWhat About MeCulture Factory850703003378CD

Mes Autres

1899Quicksilver Messenger ServiceBest OfM16017
1969Quicksilver Messenger ServiceHappy TrailsM22410

Allées X Venues

Quicksilver Messenger Service

1970

571970-03-29The Old Mill TavernMill ValleyCA, USB01

Enregistrements

(57/1) Quicksilver Messenger Service, 1970-03-29, The Old Mill Tavern, Mill Valley, CA, US

Audio/wma, /, ()

Notes

Quicksilver Messenger Service - The Old Mill Tavern,
Mill Valley, Ca, March 29th 1970. (Easter Sunday Jam)

Disc One.

1. Subway pt. 1 (fades out)
2. Subway pt. 2 (fades in)
3. The Truth
4. John Talks
5. Mona
6. Baby Baby (first time played)
7. Rain
8. Mojo
9. Blues Jam #1 (w/ James Cotton)

Disc Two.

1. Blues Jam #2 (w/ James Cotton)
2. Flip Flop (w/ James Cotton)

New source, never in circulation from
my master stereo soundboard.

Master reel to reel > eaqualizer > cd > eac > flac > wav.

Absolutely one of the best 1970 shows, and on this new source, besides "subway" that it was cut in 2 parts even on John's master tape, cause there were some recordings problems that day (they had some electricity problems, you can hear that during the show, sometimes the mics & guitars's plugs make a funny noise), the sound quality is really, really good.



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Jefferson Airplane

 

Discographie / Discography

Jefferson Airplane

Mes Matérialisés

1967Jefferson AirplaneAfter Bathing At Baxter'sRCA VictorLSO-1511LP
1968Jefferson AirplaneCrown Of CreationRCA VictorLSP-4058LP
1969Jefferson AirplaneBless Its Pointed Little HeadRCA VictorLSP-4133LP
1969Jefferson AirplaneVolunteersRCA VictorLSP-4238LP
1970Jefferson StarshipBlows Against The EmpireRCA VictorLSP-4448LP
1971Jefferson AirplaneBarkGruntFTR-1001LP
1971Jefferson StarshipSunfighterGruntFTR-1002LP
1972Jefferson AirplaneLong John SilverGruntFTR-1007LP
1973Jefferson StarshipBaron Von Tollbooth & The Chrome NunGruntBFL1 0148LP
1973Jefferson AirplaneThirty Seconds Over WinterlandGruntFTR 0147LP
1974Jefferson AirplaneEarly FlightGruntCYL1-0437LP
1974Jefferson AirplaneTakes OffRCAINTS 1476LP
1979Jefferson StarshipGoldGrunt (3), GruntBZL1-3247, FB-11426LP
2008Jefferson AirplaneOriginal Album ClassicsSony Music886973138625xCD
2011Jefferson AirplaneOriginal Album ClassicsSony Music886978543123xCD

Mes Autres

1899Jefferson AirplaneLoves YouM19248
1967Jefferson AirplaneAfter Bathing At BaxtersM16015
1967Jefferson AirplaneSurrealistic PillowM12817
1968Jefferson AirplaneCrown Of CreationM16015
1969Jefferson AirplaneBless It Pointed Little HeadM12810
1969Jefferson AirplaneVolunteersM21510
1971Jefferson AirplaneBarkM22811
1972Jefferson AirplaneLong John SilverM1289
1973Jefferson AirplaneThirty Seconds Over WinterlandM1287
1974Jefferson AirplaneEarly FlightW1299
2000Jefferson AirplaneSounds PsychedelicM1602

Allées X Venues

Jefferson Airplane

1970

521970-10-04WinterlandSan FranciscoCA, USB01

2015

882015-05-09Jefferson StarshipL OlympiaParisFranceB01

Enregistrements

(52/1) Jefferson Airplane, 1970-10-04, Winterland, San Francisco, CA, US

Audio/wma, /, ()

801052001a801052001b
Notes

Jefferson Airplane - October 4, 1970 - Winterland, San Francisco, CA (flac, fixed)

>>This is a fixed version which supersedes the version previously torrented with 2-second gaps between songs.<<

Source: KSAN FM broadcast
Sound Rating: A-

Lineage:FM>?>Trade CD-R>EAC (Secure)>WAV>TAO Gap Removal>FLAC Frontend 1.1>FLAC (8)

Two second gaps removed. Tracks fixed and renamed. Sector boundary alignment checked.
One 80 min Disc. Total Time: 76:12
Station ID hidden within. Uncensored comments by Grace.

Paul Kantner (vocals, guitars), Marty Balin (vocals), Jack Casady (Bass), Jorma Kaukonen (guitars, vocals), Joey Covington (percussion,vocals), Grace Slick (vocals).

Tracklist:

1. Have You Seen the Saucers?
2. Crown of Creation
3. Somebody to Love
4. Mexico
5. Up or Down
6. Whatever the Old Man Wants
7. Emergency
8. Wooden Ships
9. Bludgeon of a Bluecoat
10. Greasy Heart
11. You Wear Your Dresses Too Short
12. We Can Be Together
13. Volunteers




Notes edited from Ahuka's Choice Volume 6 (venue corrected): This is one of Jefferson Airplane's most visible live performances. On Sunday night, October 4, 1970, the Airplane played the first of two headlining evenings at Winterland, sharing the bill with The Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, The New Riders of the Purple Sage (with ex-Airplane drummer Spencer Dryden), and of course, Hot Tuna. The concert was simulcast on KSAN-FM in stereo, and also televised on public television station KQED, with a quadrophonic signal broadcast on KQED-FM. It was to be an historic evening.

It had been an historic day. Janis Joplin had died the night before, in Hollywood, California, of a heroin overdose. Marty Balin, deep in mourning for her, wanted to cancel the performance but was a minority vote. Taking the stage with a full beard that made him look even more melancholy, Balin sounded distinctly out of place throughout the show. He steers a resplendent "Have You Seen The Saucers" toward a quiet place, but is abruptly overruled by the band, who proceed to turn it into a lacerating Grace Slick rave-up that seems to be fighting the spectre of Death itself off the stage. It only follows with musicians of this caliber that the concert packs some incredibly hot moments -- bassist Jack Casady powerfully upping the ante in the homestretch of "Somebody to Love", and a rare live performance of drummer Joey Covington's "Bludgeon of the Bluecoats" (an outcry against police brutality that the band later recorded in the studio with Little Richard, and never released) that is played with such superhuman speed and dexterity by lead guitarist Jorma Kaukonen that Covington actually begs him to slow down -- but this is definitely music born under a bad sign. The poignancy of "Wooden Ships" seems to weigh on Balin particularly, and even the good-natured sexual braggadoccio of his white soul number "Emergency" rings hollow. As an extended, chugging "Volunteers" threatens to keep him onstage longer than he can bear, Balin interrupts the jam with "Look what's happenin' out in the streets," forcing the wind-up. As the song careens to its sloppy, aggravated end, Balin sings what would be his last line as an active member of Jefferson Airplane until 1989: "Gotta revolution -- oh yeah, and I need a new band!"

Marty Balin would not sing again as an active member of Jefferson Airplane until their short-lived reunion album and tour of 1989. (He was coaxed onstage at the Airplane's final concert at Winterland in 1972 for an encore of "Baby You Wear Your Dresses Too Short.")

The simulcast of the concert ensured that high quality tapes were in circulationg the very next day, and it was not long before bootleg albums surfaced. Both ALMOST STARSHIPSHAPE (Ze Anonym Plattenspieler #ZAP 7855) and TALES FROM THE MOTHERSHIP (Mammary Productions #MM6) were prevented by vinyl limitations from using the entire concert; STARSHIPSHAPE sacrificed "Up or Down", "The Old Man" and "Bludgeon of the Bluecoat", and MOTHERSHIP dropped "Crown of Creation," "Somebody to Love," "Bludgeon" and "Greasy Heart."

The next night, Jefferson Airplane returned to Winterland without Balin. Joining them was a new member, electric jazz violinist Papa John Creach, recruited by drummer Covington. Black, bald, in his mid-fifties but comporting himself like a much older man, Creach was easy to mistake at first sight for the latest Airplane prank, but when he plugged in and sweetly sawed his way up the neck of his fiddle, it was impossible not to be astounded by his musicality and charmed by his stage presence.

No tapes have surfaced over the years of the band's first show with Creach, nor from the two week tour of the Midwest that immediately followed.


(88/1) Jefferson Airplane, 2015-05-09, Jefferson Starship, L Olympia, Paris, France

Audio/Flac, /, ()

801088001b801088001f
Notes

JEFFERSON STARSHIP
France 2005

Taped and transferred by steve p
Flac'd and upped to DAD by boombox

LINEAGE:
Sony MZ-N910 MiniDisc with Sony Premium 80 Min MDs on
SP Mode with Manual Volume Control and CORE SOUND BINAURAL
MICS with Bass Roll-off Filter

Transfered from Minidisc's using a Hitachi RMD 100 > Creative
SB Live!Sound Card > Adobe Audition 1.5 > WAV files > CDR >
EAC > Wave > Flac (Level 8 SB aligned)

Artwork included (pictures from Swansea 2005)

DISC 1:

JEFFERSON STARSHIP
Le Vauban,
Brest, France
Tuesday 10th May 2005

1. Sunrise > Have You Seen The Saucers
2. White Rabbit
3. When The Earth Moves Again
4. Jane (Diana on vocals!)
5. Get Together
6. Banter
7. Eskimo Blue Day
8. Sketches Of China
9. While My Guitar Gently Weeps > Freeway Jam (Slick)
10. War Movie
11. Fast Buck Freddie
12. Sally Go Round The Roses
13. Ballad Of You & Me & Pooneil (including Computers)

DISC 2:
1. //Somebody To Love
2. Encore Break
3. Crown Of Creation
4. Other Side Of This Life
5. Encore Break
6. Volunteers
7. Encore Break
8. Good Shepherd


JEFFERSON STARSHIP
Olympia Theatre,
Paris, France
Monday 9th May 2005

9. Volunteers
10. Fast Buck Freddie
11. When The Earth Moves Again
12. Jane 13. White Rabbit
14. DCBA-25
15. Lather
16. Sketches Of China

DISC 3:
1. Banter
2. Crown Of Creation
3. Sunrise > Have You Seen The Stars Tonite > Starship
4. Hyperdrive
5. Ballad Of You & Me & Pooneil
6. Somebody To Love
7. Encore Break
8. E: Good Shepherd
9. E2:Wooden Ships

boombox's notes june 2005:

Bit of a monster set this - three very full discs. Received and seeded in the runnning order I got them from the taper.
Good, clear sound throughout - only noticeable flaw is the very beginning of STL on Disc 2 is cut. Other than that it's a very enjoyable set - Europe 2005 was a very loud tour with Paul back on the Rickenbackers, so levels here, as on some of the UK shows, went up and down a bit.

The Brest show appears to be one of the favourite Euro shows amongst those who caught most of the tour. It also features a few rarities - Diana singing Jane (David Freiberg hadn't arrived in Europe yet), War Movie, Sally Go Round The Roses and Get Together, which was to be sung again with DF on board.
Pooneil is also beginning to show some of the jamming potential which developed throughout the UK tour. And the Paris show isn't half bad either!!

NB: jst prefix to Disc 2 Tracks 09-16 is to ensure tracks load in correct order for burning/playback.

***********************IMPORTANT NOTICE************************
PLEASE RESPECT THE TAPER'S WISHES AND DO NOT SELL THIS
RECORDING. PERMISSION TO TAPE AND SHARE RECORDINGS IS DEPENDENT
ON THEM NOT BEING SOLD ANYWHERE!!!
***************************************************************


ON TV

merci a hardprog pour le partage de son titanesque travail : Rock on TV *

1967-01-29UsaBell Telephone Hour, Jefferson Airplane ,
1967-12-02FranceBouton Rouge, Jefferson Airplane ,
1968-12-28DutchToppop, Jefferson Airplane ,
1969-01-18NorwayVarious Norway Rock Tv Shows, Pink Floyd , Jefferson Airplane , The Mothers of Invention ,
1969-07-05AustraliaHitscene, Jefferson Airplane ,
1969-08-02AustraliaHitscene, Jefferson Airplane ,
1975-06-14FranceJuke Box, Jefferson Airplane ,
1975-07-05FranceJuke Box, Jefferson Airplane ,
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Spirit

 

Discographie / Discography

Spirit

Mes Matérialisés

1968SpiritThe Family That Plays TogetherOde RecordsZ12 44014LP
1969Sly & The Family Stone / Spirit / Al KooperPop Music RevolutionCBSCBS 42337"
1972SpiritFeedbackEpicKE 31175LP
1973Randy CaliforniaKapt. Kopter And The (Fabulous) Twirly BirdsEpicEPC 65381LP
1975SpiritSpirit Of '76MercurySRM-2-8042xLP
1977SpiritFuture Games (A Magical-Kahauna Dream)MercurySRM-1-1133LP
1978SpiritLive SpiritPotato RecordsPR 2001LP
1981SpiritThe Adventures Of Kaptain Kopter & Commander Cassidy In Potato LandRhino RecordsRNSP 303LP
1982Randy CaliforniaEuro - AmericanBeggars BanquetBEGA 36LP
1982Randy CaliforniaShattered DreamsBeggars BanquetRAN 17"
2000SpiritCosmic SmileHorizonsHZ 002/22xLP
2003SpiritSpirit Of '76Bgo RecordsBGOCD6052xCD
2005SpiritModel ShopSundazed MusicLP 5180LP

Mes Autres

1970Spirit12 Dreams Of Dr SardonicusM16016
1975SpiritSpirit Of 76M16025
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PERRO

 

Discographie

Blows Against the Empire - Paul Kantner / Jefferson Starship, 1970
If I Could Only Remember My Name - David Crosby, 1971
Songs for Beginners - Graham Nash, 1971
Sunfighter - Paul Kantner / Grace Slick, 1971
Graham Nash/David Crosby - Graham Nash and David Crosby, 1972
Rolling Thunder - Mickey Hart 1972, studio
Baron Von Tollbooth & The Chrome Nun - Kantner / Slick / Freiberg, 1973
The Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra - Paul Kantner, 1983

Allées X Venues

PERRO

1970

911970-11-00Crosby, david - the perro sessions [discs 1]B01
921970-11-00David Crosby - Perro SessionsB01
931970-11-00If I Could Only Remember the OuttakesB01
651970-11-00The PERRO SessionsWally Heider Recording StudioSan FranciscoCA, USB01

Enregistrements

(65/1) PERRO, 1970-11-00, The PERRO Sessions, Wally Heider Recording Studio, San Francisco, CA, US

Audio/, /, ()

801065001f801065001b
Notes

Planet Earth Rock & Roll Orchestra
The PERRO Sessions
Wally Heider Recording Studio
San Francisco, Ca.
November 1970 - January 1971

Source: Master Soundboard Reels Recorded by Stephen Barncard 1970 - 1971
Transferred at A & M Tape Copy 01/23/1991 to DAT

Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 M-Audio Audiophile 2496 at 48 khz 16 bit into Wavelab 5.0
Mastering with iZotope Ozone 3 dithered to 44.1 khz 16 bit > CDWAV1.9 > FLAC (level 8).
Transferred and mastered by Bill Koucky September 30, 2007
Seeded by Green Mountain Brothers


PERRO is:
David Crosby
Graham Nash
Jerry Garcia
Phil Lesh
Mickey Hart
Billy Kreutzmann
Paul Kantner
Grace Slick
Jorma Kaukonen
Jack Casady
David Freiberg
and others...

Disc 1

01-02-1971
1. Is It Really Monday
2. Under Anesthesia (false start)
3. Under Anesthesia
4. Crosby - 'I thought I'd try something original...
5. Loser # 1
6. Loser # 2
7. Over Jordan

01-03-1971
8. The Mountain Song # 1
9. The Mountain Song # 2
10. The Mountain Song # 3
11. The Mountain Song # 4

Time: 46:23

Disc 2

01-13-1971
1. Wild Turkey (or Leather Winged Bat)
2. Jerry & Jorma Jam # 1 (or Electric Bat) >
3. Jam # 10

12-13-1970
4. false start on tape
5. Wall Song
6. Wall Song - Acoustic

01-11-1971
7. Eep Hour (Rounds)
8. Dope Wrap w/ Piano

11-04-1970
9. Shuffle (Jam Slide II)

01-14-1971
10. Jorma & Jerry's Jam – 2 (Jam After Electric Bat)

Time: 63:46
_____________________________________________________________________________________
#####################################################################################
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra Tape Story
(Bill Parry, Steve Rowland, and Steven Barncard *edited by Jen & Bret* - full story here)
Barncard: For the historical record, let's standardize the song titles.
These are the original rough mix reels,the only source.
I didn't make the transfers to DAT, so I don't know where the reel breaks are.
Below are the original Tape Box notations. () is the corrected name
ORIGINAL TAPE BOX NOTATIONS
Perro Ruffs
Recorded by S. Barncard
Transferred at A&M Tape Copy 1/23/91
DAT 120 (2 hours)
1/2/71
01. Mountain #5
02. Is it Really Monday
03. You Sit There /incomplete
04. You Sit There
05. Garcia's Tune (Loser)
06. Garcia's Tune (Loser)
07. Wayfaring Stranger *
1/3/71
08. Mountain #1 /ACCs/
-- wound Heads -- Garcia, Crosby, Kantner, Grace, Lesh
09. Mountain #2 /ACC's/ Little Slower
10. Mountain #3 /ACC's/ ** Organized (different mix of above take)
11. Mountain #4 Complete Set Of changes; Long Voiceless Jam
1/14/71
12. Leather Winged Bat /Slower/
13. Electric Bat
14. Jam #10
15. Wall Song - Electric 12/13/70 **
16. Wall Song - Acoustic - solo demo
1/11/71
17. Rounds (EEP Hour)
18. Dope Rap w/Piano /"Funny"/
19. Jam Slide II good parts 11/04/70
20. Jam R&B Riff /Long/
21. Jam After Electric Bat 1/14/71
abrupt end (two track runs out)
Steve Silberman Notes:
* I'm also not yet totally convinced that the name of that folk tune IS Wayfaring Stranger - it might be another tune. But Steve may be right.
** The Wall Song on this tape is not the track used for Graham Nash/David Crosby, the excellent out-of-print album on Atlantic.
It is an out-take. Another, better performance was used for the record, although sadly, the record fades out just before the jam. That's especially a shame because the band on both the PERRO tape version and the album version was: Garcia, Lesh, and Kreutzmann, plus Crosby and Nash. If a choice were to be made for the CD, I would definitely go with the album version WITH the extended jam. It's a lot hotter than the PERRO tape take, with a fiery Garcia & Nash driven peak with that ultra-sweet Garcia Strat sound of that era...
Barncard continues...
Obviously these tapes were not mixed in chronological order. As far as giving you some idea what will be on the CD, I don't know yet what I can use, and no, it won't be out for a couple of months....artwork and mixing, you know.....I have a lot of shit to do.... Soon I will get the 16 tracks, and I will have a better idea of what I can do with this, (and if it is worth it to remix all of it, or only parts..some of the two track mixes are pretty good -- first generation.)
At this early stage I cannot commit to any lineup. I might find <more> on the multis -- I haven't played those since '71 !!

DETAILS
On 8/23/91 a copy of the several PERRO reels were compiled onto a DT 120 DAT on request by Paul to Graham (since the tapes where kept in the latter's vault) for a copy.
When the Crosby, Stills & Nash box-set was being put together, some mystery reels were found.
All of the CSNY tape collection was brought in to one place for the first time, including personal collections of Barncard, Joel Bernstein, Nash and Stills. One of the PERRO tapes had a small pipe with weed in it and somebody smoked it! It was still good.
The material on the PERRO tapes was very interesting, but had nothing to do with CSNY. There were 4 reels of 2 track mixes made in 1971 during the sessions (obviously there is more that has never been mixed). The tapes were put into storage in Nash's vault.
Paul called Nash in 1992 and requested DATs of those tapes. This was the first time they had been outside of the CSNY organization. They were copied at
A&M Post Production audio and my personal DAT was made at that time.
The roots of PER&RO go back a lot further than 1971. 1 guess it had its inception in the early years of the '60s (prior to the Airplane, the Byrds et al) when Kantner, Crosby and Freiberg used to hang out, play music, get high and rap together around Venice Beach. That was the initial bond, the start of it all.
Later, when they were in bands of their own, there were occasional points of interaction - like Garcia sitting in on the 'Surrealistic Pillow' sessions, like Crosby giving "Triad" to the Airplane when he couldn't get the Byrds to record it, like Kantner, Crosby and Stills writing "Wooden Ships".
Then, as the '60s drew to a close, two sets of circumstances combined to bring the Planet Earth Rock And Roll Dream a whole lot nearer. One was the opening of Wally Heider's studio in San Francisco - because now the local SF musicians (Airplane, Quicksilver, Dead) had a place on their doorstep where they could record. This gave item freedom from the corporate studios to record and produce as they saw fit, to come and go more as they pleased and to invite the musical neighborhood in if they chose. (It hadn't been so easy when they were holed up at RCA's or Warner's studios in Hollywood.) The other catalyst was the state of flux that a lot of bands were falling into by 1969/1970, for Crosby had left the Byrds, the Airplane was a less cohesive force with Dryden out and Hot Tuna splitting off, and Dino Valenti's arrival had unsettled QMS.
Things had come pretty much full circle by the end of the decade. Kantner was again hanging out with Crosby (quite often on the latter's yacht) and with David Freiberg - and, when Paul came to assemble musicians to record 'Blows Against The Empire', it wasn't just to his Airplane cohorts that he turned but also to Crosby and Garcia and even Graham Nash - who'd just bought a house in Frisco and ended up producing the whole second side of the 'Blows...' album at Heider's studio. 'Blows..." was the first album by that collection of musicians whom Paul liked to term the Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra.

The fact that he billed the album as being by Jefferson Starship shouldn't mislead anyone. Kantner, Crosby, Slick, Freiberg, Nash, Garcia, Kaukonen, Lesh, Casady, Kreutzmann, Hart - these people were the Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra, supporting each other on key projects.

As Grace recalls, "These sessions were like 'Uh, do you wanna play guitar on this one?' 'No, man, I have to go to the bathroom.' 'Okay, David, you wanna play?' 'Sure'. Whoever felt like doing something did it. Parts interchanged, people interchanged."
Graham Nash says "They asked me my opinion and I just jumped right in. Grace, Paul, David - they let me do whatever I heard. I was searching for this kind of environment when I came to America and when I was mixing in the studio our imaginations were running rampant. We were creating virtual kingdoms with music."
The second such PER&RO project was David Crosby's debut solo album, 'If I Could Only Remember My Name', which features all of the above-mentioned Planet Earthers plus the likes of Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Greg Rolie and Mike Shrieve.

But enough of this preamble, and on to the tapes in question. They come from sessions at Wally Heider's San Francisco studios in 1971. Crosby had sailed his boat up to Sausalito harbor. Nash was resident in the Haight. Kantner and Slick had moved out to Bolinas and the Dead were in Mill Valley but they would all head for Wally's of an evening to work on PER&RO songs. Some of these things ended up on Crosby's solo, a couple on Garcia's solo, one on Grace's album, one on Paul's 1983 'Planet Earth...' album - and some have never seen the light of day, in which case we've had to guess at what they might be title. Roll the PER&RO tapes.

"Walkin' In The Mountains" (1' 47n): A Crosby composition featuring typically attractive chordings, but little in the way of finished lyrics. "All the words we got so far are just ideas of places we'd like to go,- he tells Garcia at the start of this...

> "I went walkin' out last summer
> Tryin' to find a breath of air.
> I went walkin' in the mountains
> A friend had told me I'd find you there"

comprises just about all the words he has, but the feel is so airy and open you can almost smell that mountain air. The sequence makes a surprise reappearance later in the tape, as an intro to version four of 'The Mountain Song'.
Barncard: Two of the versions are actually the same performance, the second remixed a little better.
"Is It Really Monday?" (4' 55"): Crosby again, and this one begins with his acoustic guitar and the composer scat-singing the abstruse melody. When the lyrics arrive, he asks:
> "Is it really Monday?
> I must have been here before.
> Is it really Monday?
> I think the walls begin to speak."

The tempo is very slow, in a country blues vein and Garcia adds some restrained picking. The lugubrious bass sounds like that of Phil Lesh.
"Under Anesthesia" (5' 14"): The timing includes a false start of about 45 seconds, after which Crosby calls a halt and announces 'No, that's not it. Started too slow, it's outta time and I didn't get the right words!" When he does, it's another hugely impressive song, the lyrical angle of which is to bemoan the inertia of the common man - who is portrayed as stupefied by beer and TV. At the conclusion, Crosby launches into a brief sequence on guitar and comments 'I thought I'd try something original...if I write another song in E Minor, man, I'm gonna get fired!'
*This song is actually called "You Sit There"
"Loser" (8' 41"): The timing includes several restarts and Jerry explaining - and indeed demonstrating - the chord progression to his colleagues, who could well be Crosby, Lesh and Papa John*. There's certainly a violin in here and it works especially well, counterpointing the three guitars most effectively.
*Papa John never hung out in PERRO sessions. David Freiberg on viola.
It's obviously an early run through the song as Jerry doesn't have much more than the first verse written. The second crack has more audible vocals, but Garcia still resorts to "da da das" from the second verse on. The bridge is there, at least intact musically, even if the only line Jerry seems sure about is the closing
"Don't let that deal go down" The genesis of a great song.
"Over Jordan" (3' 30"): Another Crosby song, replete with a beautiful structure, but short on completed lyrics. It begins with David's rippling acoustic guitar which is soon joined by that of Garcia for some impressive picking.

> "I'm only going over Jordan,
> Just a-goin" to my home"
sings the Cros, but after a couple of minutes he declares that he's forgotten the changes, so restarts the performance at the bridge. This is a delightful half-song which the composer should really have completed and recorded at some stage.
*Also called "Wayfaring Stranger"
"The Mountain Song - 1" (5' 11"): This is the first of several attempts at what would eventually become a slice of classic Airmachine. However, at this stage, the only fragment of the song they had to work with was the line "Gonna make the mountains be my home" and the chord-sequence that supported it, so it's quite amazing that from such a meager base Kantner, Slick, Crosby and Garcia (possibly with Casady and Hart) are able to conjure 23 minutes of undulating beauty. There's a banjo featured prominently, plus two acoustic guitars and Grace's distinctive piano. The banjo is Paul K.& the touches are so accomplished, it's Kantner on the five- string with Garcia and Crosby on guitars. Surprisingly, there's no trace of Paul's vocal - though the other three take care of that handsomely enough.
Early on, it's Jerry singing the line in orthodox fashion, while Grace embellishes with some improvised lyrics around the theme. Then Crosby takes Grace's place and scats around Jerry's vocal for a while. As you'd expect, the playing is loose and slightly tentative on this first version, but no less affecting for all that.
"The Mountain Song - 2" (5' 17"): Grace is back providing an improvised descant to Jerry's straight vocal at the start here, and she's singing about the sky and the river as he eulogizes the mountains. After a minute or so, Crosby introduces his scat and Grace leaves the chorus to concentrate on her keyboards. Her vocal chords are re-engaged towards the close.

"The Mountain Song - 3" (3' 44"): This version begins with Jerry and David singing the line and Grace gliding around them. Briefly, Crosby supersedes her in this role but soon the two of them are improvising around the structure as Jerry perseveres in the middle.
At the end of this effort, Paul is heard to remark "It sounds like everybody's going in and out of time" to which Crosby responds "No, no, no, it's all working - and it works perfectly." The listener is strongly inclined to agree with him.

"The Mountain Song - 4" (8' 20"): As you'll see, this is the longest version and undoubtedly the most satisfying of the four. This is where Crosby's embryonic "Walkin' In The Mountains" suddenly reemerges and he goes through the verse and various chord sequences as an introduction to "The Mountain Song," to which it bridges seamlessly and beautifully. It's a remarkable segue which makes the listener keenly aware of how the song could have developed in a very different direction had Crosby stayed to contribute throughout its evolution. Speculation aside, what we do have is a return to the familiar pattern of banjo, guitars, bass, piano and percussion. Crosby reverts to his scatted counterpoint before it slips into a stunning instrumental section. Herein, the music weaves a genuinely hypnotic spell as it rolls effortlessly along the bed of Paul's banjo and Grace's piano, with Garcia picking exquisitely. After several minutes of this, the vocal pattern is re-introduced, now in a more restrained vein against instrumentation which has become subdued, with Grace and the Cros gently dancing around Jerry to the finale of a wonderful excursion.
"Wild Turkey" (4' 20")(AKA "Leather Winged Bat"): An interesting improvisation with Jorma and Jack at the controls, this may or may not be an early styling of what became the dynamic duo's "Bark" instrumental. It certainly starts off that way, with Kaukonen roaring out some aggressive electric noise and Casady on a familiar rumble. But soon it settles into something much gentler, employing a more reflective chord progression. Jorma's playing rises and falls in a fairly relaxed manner - until the finale, when he stirs it back towards the "Turkey" structure with some more combative lead guitar. It could well be that Jack and Jorma decided the split-mood approach didn't work and restructured the number as the wholly aggressive strut we encountered on 'Bark'. Whatever, it's a nicely balanced piece and a pleasure to hear.
"Jorma & Jerry's Jam - 1" (14' 22"): If the previous outing was a pleasure, this jam is a sensation! As readers will be aware, there's little recorded evidence of Mr. Kaukonen and Mr. Garcia essaying their remarkable skills together, so this is a rare chance to hear the fruits of one such collaboration. Backed up by the supple bass of Jack Casady plus solid percussion (Mickey Hart?), this is a quarter-hour of incisive and responsive musicianship - intuitively structured and beautifully realized. Jorma leads it off on electric guitar, his playing funky and rich in wah-wah, whilst Jerry complements it with a more subdued style. Casady is well mixed and excellent, but it's Jorma's sprawling mass of notes which take center stage in this section; hot, handy and winding all over the soundscape in unfettered rampage. Having played a disciplined supporting role for the first half of the jam - his accomplished touches providing the perfect foil to Jorma's aggression - Jerry assumes control for the second phase. Initially calm after the Kaukonen storm, this movement gradually builds over several minutes into a fabulous jam, delightfully evolved and transfixing the listener as it develops. Jerry's playing gets less lyrical, more earthy, until it is stylistically much closer to his partner's earlier contribution. Naturally, Jorma then resumes the lead and steers the ensemble to a nicely judged conclusion. It would be perfectly reasonable to hail this example of superlative sparring as San Francisco jamming at its very finest.
"The Wall Song -1" (6' 00"): After a waggish intro from the composer, we're into a captivating version of a Crosby song which appeared in 1972 on the LP 'Graham Nash David Crosby.' On that take, the duo were backed by Garcia, Lesh and Kreutzmann and there's no reason to suppose that the same trio isn't in support here. The real distinction between the released version and this is the absence of Nash - though this is more than ably compensated for by the double-tracking of Crosby's wonderful voice, which provides an imaginative and memorable harmony. But there's a bonus. Just when listeners familiar with the 1972 record expect the track to finish, there's a lovely instrumental excursion with Garcia in winning form, shuffling percussion from Bill and a gentle ripple from Lesh. Really, this is so good it eclipses the official release by some distance - and should clearly have been included in the CS&N box of 1991.

"The Wall Song - 2" (4' 27"): Again, David is doubly tracked, but this time there's only his own acoustic guitar in support, and the performance is generally a little lazier than before.
"Eep Hour" (4' 44"): A very dissimilar reading from the one which appeared on 'Garcia' and which had keyboard and pedal steel dominating the sound. This is just the acoustic guitars and bass and has a very Spanish ambiance. Presuming that Jerry isn't multi-tracked and playing everything himself - as he did on his album - we might take the other participants to be Lesh and either Kantner or Crosby.
*Jack Casady plays bass on EEP HOUR
At the close, there's a whoop of triumph from somebody and what sounds like Kantner's voice saying 'everybody just have a little break from their guitar strings!'
"Shuffle" (2' 20"): Two guitars (one electric), bass and drums glide effortlessly down a four-chord structure for a couple of minutes. The drums shuffle effectively but nothing much happens and the piece sounds more like an intro to something more substantial than an entity in itself.
"Jorma & Jerry's Jam - 2" (14' 29"): This has a slightly longer introduction than its earlier incarnation (i.e. it starts a few seconds before) but is otherwise identical to the first version.
These tapes are a fabulous find, showing as they do the formative stages of some classic songs and hinting at others, notably by Crosby, that could have been among the best things he never recorded.


(91/1) PERRO, 1970-11-00, Crosby, david - the perro sessions [discs 1]

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David Crosby Sessions

Ha aparecido en Boot City un torrente con ese título.
Si eres coleccionista de David Crosby, es muy posible que te interese esta colección de 11 discos formada por:

- The "PERRO Sessions" version 1, 2 y 3,
- "If I Could Only Remember The Outtakes", y
- "Jam At Mickey's Barn".

Set nº 1 : Planet Rock n Roll Orchestra - PERRO Sessions (I) Part 1

David Crosby
Wally Heider Recording Studio, San Francisco (CA)
1970/12/??
con CSNY, Slick, Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh and Mickey Hart.

Origen: SBD > ??? > SHN (de Bootcity)
Calidad: *****

01. Wooden Ships Jam
02. Walking In the Mountains
03. Is it Really Monday
04. Mountain Song #1
05. Loser #1, #2
06. Under Anesthesia (false start) - aka You Sit There
07. Under Anesthesia - aka You Sit There
08. Mountain Song #3
09. Wall Song #1
10. Over Jordan - aka Wayfaring Stranger
11. Wild Turkey - aka Leather Winged Bat
12. Loser #3, #4
13. Epp Hour aka Rounds
14. Wall Song #2
15. Mountain Song #4
16. Tamalpais High (at about 3) aka Kids and Dogs
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Set nº 2 : Planet Rock n Roll Orchestra - PERRO Sessions (I) Part 2

David Crosby
Wally Heider Recording Studio, San Francisco (CA)
1970/12/??
con CSNY, Slick, Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh and Mickey Hart.

Origen: ??? > FTP > SHN
Calidad: *****

01. Jorma and Jerry's Jam - 1
02. Dope rap w/piano
03. Solo piano
04. Jam Slide
Obtenido en gdlive.com.
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Set nº 3 : Planet Rock n Roll Orchestra - PERRO Sessions (II)

David Crosby
Wally Heider Recording Studio, San Francisco (CA)
1970/12/??
con CSNY, Slick, Garcia, Lesh, Hart, Kreutzmann, Freiberg, Kaukonen, Casady y Kantner.

Origen: CD-Rs trueke > EAC > Flac
Calidad: *****


(92/1) PERRO, 1970-11-00, David Crosby - Perro Sessions

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The PERRO Sessions – November 1970 to January 1971
Wally Heider Studios - San Francisco, CA

2 Disc version (1975) :

Disc 1 :
Is It Really Monday+
You Sit There
Loser #1+
Loser #2+
Loser #3+
Loser #4+
Wayfaring Stranger+
Walkin In The Mountains #1*
Walkin In The Mountains #2*
Walkin In The Mountains #3*
Walkin In The Mountains #4*
Leather Winged Bat%

Disc 2 :
Jorma & Jerry Jam #1%
The Wall Song #1@
The Wall Song #2@
Eep Hour%
Dope Rap With Piano%
Piano Cont'd%
Jam Slide II%
Jorma & Jerry Jam #2%

+ = 01-02-71 , * = 01-03-71, % = 01-14-71, @ = 12-13-70

Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzman, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady, Grace Slick, Paul Kantner, Michael Shrieve, Greg Rollie, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, David Freiberg and Laura Allan.

4 Disc version (1991) :

***Studio outtakes from album sessions. Version Treed on 2400 Fulton St. 4/01***

(Disc 1 - November 1970)
Jam #1, Laughing, Jam #2, Song With No Words #1, Song With No Words #2, What Are Their Names, Orleans, Jam #3, Tamalpais High #1, Tamalpais High #2, Jam #4,

(Disc 2 - November 1970)
Wall Song #1, Wall Song #2, Pretty As You Feel, Eight Miles High, Alabama Bound, Cowboy Movie, Everybody Has Been Burned, Cowboy Movie Jam, Jam #5, Kids & Dogs, Motherless Children,

(Disc 3 - January 1971)
Mountain Song Intro (Correct title: Walkin' In The Mountains), Is It Really Monday, You Sit There, Loser #1, Loser #2, Wayfaring Stranger, Mountain Song #1, Mountain Song #2, Mountain Song #3, Mountain Song #4, EEP Hour, Dope rap w/piano, Piano, Leather Winged Bat, Electric Bat,

(Disc 4 - January 1971)
Wall Song #2, Rounds (Early version of EEP Hour), Electric Bat, Wall Song #1, Wall Song #3, Jam #6, Banjo, Wild Turkey, Wall Song #4, Jam #7,

The full story :

The PERRO tapes are the log of several days’ sessions with an incredible group of people creating music in a most serendipitous way. The time is late 1970 at Wally Heider Recording Studios in San Francisco, California, USA. This studio was built in 1969 to meet the demand of producers and artists alike in the bay area to have a full-service professional pop music recording facility that was up to the standards and quality of the big studios in Los Angeles. What better person than Wally should there be to meet the demand, for he was known to all as the most service-oriented studio owner in the business and his rooms and remote trucks were known throughout the world for their work. Wally loved San Francisco, and chose the location because the Blackhawk nightclub (where his company recorded 'Miles Davis Live at the Blackhawk') used to be located across the street. The studio is still operational today, as 'Hyde Street Studios'.

Two weeks after I was hired by Wally in the fall of 1969, I was assigned to be the assistant engineer on 'Deja Vu', the 1st CSNY and second CSN record. At the time, David was too overwrought with personal problems to pay attention to a lowly assistant engineer, and he did not have a high opinion of me, but after a year or so of other projects with Brewer and Shipley, Seals and Crofts, and the Grateful Dead and the urging of Jerry Garcia, David Crosby decided, in November 1970, that he really wanted me to record his solo album. He had just moved his boat up to Sausalito, and had decided to spend most of his time in the Bay Area.

I didn't want to work with him at first because of the way I was treated as an assistant engineer during the 'Deja Vu' sessions, but at his urging, I 'relented' and told him that I would do the project. As it turns out, we got along really well this time and have been great friends since then.

This was the project that eventually became 'If I Could Only Remember My Name'. The first session was on November 4, 1970, and the first song was 'Orleans'. We did the guitar first, then the vocals, then the second guitar harmony, all that first night. By 11pm he was out of the building with some beautiful woman and we were done for the night. Elapsed time : 4 hours.

At first these sessions were just with David and myself. After a few days, he started inviting his buddies, including Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Graham Nash, Michael Shrieve, Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, David Freiberg, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart, Neil Young, Jorma Kaukonen, Joni Mitchell, Laura Allan, Jack Casady, and Greg Rollie. Not all these people were in the studio at the same time, mind you, and many times it was small groupings, except for the song 'What Are Their Names' where as many people from this group could get into Studio D did a sing-along chorus. We had so many people that I ran out of headphones, so we went to speakers instead, hence the 'boxy' quality of the vocals.

As I quickly learned from working with David, you never knew what might happen, and it might happen only once, so I got into the habit of rolling 2 inch tape whenever it seemed like something might happen. There were times I started the tape first and ran out and plugged more mics in while the tape was rolling! So every night was an adventure, and I got it all on tape! I'm sure it was Crosby who dubbed his gathering 'The Planet Earth Rock and Roll Orchestra', but Paul Kantner later claimed that he invented it, and Crosby can't remember. I couldn't put that on a tape box very quickly (and we accumulated over 30 reels of 2 inch tape at $125/reel) so I put PERRO on the boxes for short. (I was also drinking a coffee substitute by that name at the time....).

In late January 1971, David and I had some time to go over the pile of tapes and in a 4 hour session reviewed what had happened as I made some rough mixes -- one pass, in most cases. These rough mixes were what was to become the PERRO tapes. I made David a cassette, and put the masters away. I never had made myself a copy at that time.

Move forward to spring 1975. David and Graham called me up and asked me to work on the next Crosby And Nash record. So through the summer of that year, we worked long and hard to make this classic album. After that record came out, there arose problems with Atlantic Records.

After "Wind On The Water", Graham and David asked me to go through not only all the studio master tapes that he had in his vault in SF, but compile a tape of all unrecorded songs, alternate takes and weirdness that would be used to complete some kind of "contractual obligation" deal that was to counter demands for more material from Atlantic Records. I really didn't press the details, anyway it sounded fun to do.

It took me about month to go through everything, up in SF at Graham's home studio in the Haight, Rudy Records. This collection of songs became the notorious "Dirty Thirty", of which the PERRO material is a subset. So for the first time, these songs were included with a collection, complete with references to the source tapes. Joel Bernstein was also involved, combing through his personal collection in his apartment next door.

First I started with listening to the outtakes of "Wind On The Water". Between takes, the C/N backup band, the jitters, would either jam or do funny shit. Most of that band consisted of Craig Doerge on piano, Tim Drummond or Lee Sklar on Bass, Russ Kunkel on Drums, David Lindley on electric viola and lap steel, and Danny Kooch on guitar. The basic Jitters Doerge, Kooch, Kunkel and Sklar were otherwise known as "the Section". Some very good jams there, but no songs we could use.

Then, there was Nash's and Crosby's earliest home tapes -- transferred to 15 ips 1/4 inch reels from old 7.5 ips half tracks. I did most of the transfers and mixes and Joel Bernstein kept score (and his own set of copies), and David and Graham came in and listened to some of it when we were done. Quite an extensive survey.

The PERRO tapes were included verbatim, sort of at the end of the collection so I not only organized and brought to the front the PERRO tapes but all unreleased material on about 10 or 12 10 1/2" reels and I ran off cassettes for C&N.

In the spring of 1991, I again revisited this Dirty Thirty resource as a place to look for rarities for the CSN Boxed Set. (And some made it there). Most of my DATS were made at this time except PERRO. On 8/23/91 a copy of the several PERRO reels were compiled onto a Sony 120 DAT on request by Paul to Graham (since the tapes where kept in the latter's vault) for a copy. At that time, I also had my DAT copy made, having not enough time during the Box Set to copy it. That is the only copy session to DAT that was ever done on those sessions.

When the Crosby, Stills & Nash box-set was being put together a couple of years ago*, three reels of 8-track tape labeled 'Kantner'** were uncovered and dusted off.

*Barncard : --- actually it was 1991. All of the Graham Nash tape collection was brought in to one place for the first time, including personal collections of Barncard, Joel Bernstein, Nash and Stills. One of the PERRO tapes had a small pipe with weed in it and we smoked it! It was still good.

**There were over 20 16 track reels and they were named "PERRO" on each (or D.C.) so it would fit when the reels were upright.

The tapes we worked with were never named "Kantner" although it is possible that Paul has a companion set of tapes from his RCA sessions during the same time period.

The 16 tracks were never remixed in 1991. The material on the PERRO tapes was very interesting, but had nothing to do with CSNY. There were 4 reels of 2 track mixes made in 1971 during the sessions (obviously there is more that has never been mixed). The tapes were put into storage in Nash's vault. Paul called Nash in 1992 and requested DATs of those tapes. This was the first time they had been outside of the CSNY organization. They were copied at A&M Post Production audio and my personal DAT was made at that time.

These were forwarded to the Doktor of Space for his consideration and in due course Holding Together was fortunate enough to get to hear two of the tapes. (Paul has decided that there's nothing of any great worth on the third. Maybe one day he'll let us have a listen to that one too?) The tapes in question are of excellent quality. They were recorded at Wally Heider's studio in the summer of 1971 with Stephen Barncard at the controls and they captured the Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra working on some material that would later surface on 'solo' recordings by David Crosby, Jerry Garcia, Paul Kantner and Grace Slick.

On Kantner's 'solo' album of 1983. entitled 'Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra', he dedicated 'Mountain Song' ...'to David C, Jerry G, Graham N, Grace S, David F, Billy K and Mickey H and to one summer when all of our schedules almost didn't conflict.' The title track from that record also contained the verse

'Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra,
Everybody Here Can Be In The Band,
Planet Earth Rock And Roll Dream '

and it is quite clear that Paul, with his Tribal/Hippy/SciFi orientation, was the keenest to engender the 'you can all join in' approach - maybe because the Airplane was never quite the extended family that the Grateful Dead became.

However, the roots of PERRO go back a lot further than the summer of 1971. 1 guess it had its inception in the early years of the '60s (prior to the Airplane, the Byrds et al) when Kantner, Crosby and Freiberg used to hang out, play music, get high and rap together around Venice Beach. That was the initial bond, the start of it all.

Later, when they were in bands of their own, there were occasional points of interaction - like Garcia sitting in on the 'Surrealistic Pillow' sessions, like Crosby giving "Triad" to the Airplane when he couldn't get the Byrds to record it, like Kantner, Crosby and Stills writing "Wooden Ships".***

***Barncard : My friend Spencer Dryden has video tapes of the early airplane, and Crosby sitting around describing the writing of wooden ships...

Then, as the '60s drew to a close, two sets of circumstances combined to bring the Planet Earth Rock And Roll Dream a whole lot nearer

One was the opening of Wally Heider's studio in San Francisco - because now the local SF musicians (Airplane, Quicksilver, Dead) had a place on their doorstep where they could record. This gave them freedom from the corporate studios to record and produce as they saw fit, to come and go more as they pleased and to invite the musical neighborhood in if they chose. (It hadn't been so easy when they were holed up at RCA's or Warner's studios in Hollywood.)****

****Barncard : It's true...I started there in August, 1969, right after "Volunteers" and just before CSNY "Deja Vu". I was the assistant on the latter, as well as "Blows" and "Have you Seen the Saucers".

The other catalyst was the state of flux that a lot of bands were falling into by 1969/1970, for Crosby had left the Byrds, the Airplane was a less cohesive force with Dryden out and Hot Tuna splitting off, and Dino Valenti's arrival had unsettled QMS.

Things had come pretty much full circle by the end of the decade. Kantner was again hanging out with Crosby (quite often on the latter's yacht) and with David Freiberg - and, when Paul came to assemble musicians to record 'Blows Against The Empire', it wasn't just to his Airplane cohorts that he turned but also to Crosby and Garcia and even Graham Nash - who'd just bought a house in Frisco and ended up producing the whole second side of the 'Blows...' album at Heider's studio. 'Blows...’ was the first album by that collection of musicians whom Paul liked to term the Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra.

The fact that he billed the album as being by Jefferson Starship shouldn't mislead anyone. Kantner, Crosby, Slick, Freiberg, Nash, Garcia, Kaukonen, Lesh, Casady, Kreutzmann, Hart - these people were the Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra, supporting each other on key projects.

As Grace recalls, "These sessions were like 'Uh, do you wanna play guitar on this one?' 'No, man, I have to go to the bathroom.' 'Okay, David, you wanna play?' 'Sure'. Whoever felt like doing something did it. Parts interchanged, people interchanged."

Graham Nash says "They asked me my opinion and I just jumped right in. Grace, Paul, David - they let me do whatever I heard. I was searching for this kind of environment when I came to America and when I was mixing in the studio our imaginations were running rampant. We were creating virtual kingdoms with music."

Paul's recollection of proceedings is that "The combinations that happened on these records will probably never happen again." Let's hope he's wrong - but the Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra was, for a couple of years, a freewheeling and quite radical musical concept.

The second such PERRO project was David Crosby's debut solo album, 'If I Could Only Remember My Name', which features all of the above-mentioned Planet Earthers plus the likes of Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Greg Rollie and Mike Shrieve.

Rumor has it that the third project was going to be another Kantner album entitled 'Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra'. Here at HT Towers we have a distant memory of Melody Maker announcing the impending release of such a work circa 1972. Of course, nothing answering to that name appeared for another ten years - by which time it was a different beast entirely...except for the concept and the inclusion of 'Mountain Song'. (it's just possible that the third project is what materialized as Grace's solo album 'Manhole'. Perhaps we shall never know).

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But enough of this preamble, and on to the tapes in question. They come from sessions at Wally Heider's San Francisco studios in 1971. Crosby had sailed his boat up to Sausalito harbor. Nash was resident in the Haight. Kantner and Slick had moved out to Bolinas and the Dead were in Mill Valley but they would all head for Wally's of an evening to work on PERRO songs. Some of these things ended up on Crosby's solo, a couple on Garcia's solo, one on Grace's album, one on Paul's 1983 'Planet Earth...' album - and some have never seen the light of day, in which case we've had to guess at what they might be title. Roll the PER&RO tapes.

"Walkin' In The Mountains" (1' 47n): A Crosby composition featuring typically attractive chordings, but little in the way of finished lyrics. "All the words we got so far are just ideas of places we'd like to go,- he tells Garcia at the start of this...

Barncard : Two of the versions are actually the same performance, the second remixed a little better.

"I went walkin' out last summer Tryin' to find a breath of air. I went walkin' in the mountains. A friend had told me I'd find you there"

comprises just about all the words he has, but the feel is so airy and open you can almost smell that mountain air. The sequence makes a surprise reappearance later in the tape, as an intro to version four of 'The Mountain Song'.

"Is It Really Monday?" (4' 55"): Crosby again, and this one begins with his acoustic guitar and the composer scat- singing the abstruse melody. When the lyrics arrive, he asks:

"Is it really Monday? I must have been here before. Is it really Monday? I think the walls begin to speak."

The tempo is very slow, in a country blues vein and Garcia adds some restrained picking. The lugubrious bass sounds like that of Phil Lesh.

"Under Anesthesia" (5' 14"): The timing includes a false start of about 45 seconds, after which Crosby calls a halt and announces 'No, that's not it. Started too slow, it's outta time and I didn't get the right words!" When he does, it's another hugely impressive song, the lyrical angle of which is to bemoan the inertia of the common man - who is portrayed as stupefied by beer and TV.

Barncard : This song is actually called "You Sit There"

At the conclusion, Crosby launches into a brief sequence on guitar and comments 'I thought I'd try something original...if I write another song in E Minor, man, I'm gonna get fired!'

"Loser" (8' 41"): The timing includes several restarts and Jerry explaining - and indeed demonstrating - the chord progression to his colleagues, who could well be Crosby, Lesh and Papa John*****. There's certainly a violin in here and it works especially well, counterpointing the three guitars most effectively.

*****Barncard : Papa John never hung out in PERRO sessions
1997 Update from David Freiberg:


From: xxxxx@aol.com
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 1997 12:30:23 -0400 (EDT)
To: sbarncar@earthlink.net
Subject: PERRO

Hey Steve:
Someone pointed me at this [expired URL] And I thought I'd add that I was guilty of the viola playing on " Loser". FYI. At least that's how I remember it. Someone sent me a tape and it jogged my memory.
hope all's well.
David Freiberg

Additional note : Papa John *did* take part in some of the PERRO sessions. Of course “Loser” features David Freiberg on viola, not Papa John on violin. But “Jam #3” and “Jam #4” on CD 1 of the 4 CD set definitely feature Papa John (with Grace Slick on piano, Greg Rollie on organ and most probably Jack Casady on bass on “Jam #3”, and with Greg Rollie on organ and most probably Phil Lesh on bass and Bill Kreutzmann on drums on “Jam #4”).
And obviously Papa John is also on “Pretty as you feel” on CD 2 of the 4 CD set. This take is a long version of the song featured on “Bark”. Both the album and the shorter single versions appear to be edits of this original 14-minute take. But it is more than likely that this one actually comes from the “Bark” sessions and doesn’t actually belong with the PERRO tapes.

It's obviously an early run through the song as Jerry doesn't have much more than the first verse written. The second crack has more audible vocals, but Garcia still resorts to "da da das" from the second verse on. The bridge is there, at least intact musically, even if the only line Jerry seems sure about is the closing

"Don't let that deal go down"

The genesis of a great song.

"Over Jordan" (3' 30"): Another Crosby song, replete with a beautiful structure, but short on completed lyrics. It begins with David's rippling acoustic guitar which is soon joined by that of Garcia for some impressive picking.

"I'm only going over Jordan, Just a-goin" to my home" sings the Cros, but after a couple of minutes he declares that he's forgotten the changes, so restarts the performance at the bridge. This is a delightful half-song which the composer should really have completed and recorded at some stage.

Barncard : It's an old folk song called "Wayfaring Stranger"

"The Mountain Song - 1" (5' 11"): This is the first of several attempts at what would eventually become a slice of classic Airmachine. However, at this stage, the only fragment of the song they had to work with was the line

"Gonna make the mountains be my home"

and the chord-sequence that supported it, so it's quite amazing that from such a meager base Kantner, Slick, Crosby and Garcia (possibly with Casady and Hart) are able to conjure 23 minutes of undulating beauty.

There's a banjo featured prominently, plus two acoustic guitars and Grace's distinctive piano. The banjo could be Jerry but I suspect that, because some of the acoustic touches are so accomplished, it's Kantner on the five-string with Garcia and Crosby on guitars. Surprisingly, there's no trace of Paul's vocal - though the other three take care of that handsomely enough.


Barncard : the banjo parts were played by Paul. Kantner only played banjo and sang BG vocals on these particular sessions.

Early on, it's Jerry singing the line in orthodox fashion, while Grace embellishes with some improvised lyrics around the theme. Then Crosby takes Grace's place and scats around Jerry's vocal for a while. As you'd expect, the playing is loose and slightly tentative on this first version, but no less affecting for all that.

"The Mountain Song - 2" (5' 17"): Grace is back providing an improvised descant to Jerry's straight vocal at the start here, and she's singing about the sky and the river as he eulogizes the mountains. After a minute or so, Crosby introduces his scat and Grace leaves the chorus to concentrate on her keyboards. Her vocal chords are re-engaged towards the close.

"The Mountain Song - 3" (3' 44"): This version begins with Jerry and David singing the line and Grace gliding around them. Briefly, Crosby supersedes her in this role but soon the two of them are improvising around the structure as Jerry perseveres in the middle.

At the end of this effort, Paul is heard to remark "It sounds like everybody's going in and out of time" to which Crosby responds "No, no, no, it's all working - and it works perfectly." The listener is strongly inclined to agree with him.

"The Mountain Song - 4" (8' 20"): As you'll see, this is the longest version and undoubtedly the most satisfying of the four. This is where Crosby's embryonic "Walkin' In The Mountains" suddenly reemerges and he goes through the verse and various chord sequences as an introduction to "The Mountain Song," to which it bridges seamlessly and beautifully. It's a remarkable segue which makes the listener keenly aware of how the song could have developed in a very different direction had Crosby stayed to contribute throughout its evolution.

Speculation aside, what we do have is a return to the familiar pattern of banjo, guitars, bass, piano and percussion. Crosby reverts to his scatted counterpoint before it slips into a stunning instrumental section. Herein, the music weaves a genuinely hypnotic spell as it rolls effortlessly along the bed of Paul's banjo and Grace's piano, with Garcia picking exquisitely.

After several minutes of this, the vocal pattern is re- introduced, now in a more restrained vein against instrumentation which has become subdued, with Grace and the Cros gently dancing around Jerry to the finale of a wonderful excursion.

"Wild Turkey" (4' 20"): An interesting improvisation with Jorma and Jack at the controls, this may or may not be an early styling of what became the dynamic duo's "Bark" instrumental. It certainly starts off that way, with Kaukonen roaring out some aggressive electric noise and Casady on a familiar rumble. But soon it settles into something much gentler, employing a more reflective chord progression. Jorma's playing rises and falls in a fairly relaxed manner - until the finale, when he stirs it back towards the "Turkey" structure with some more combative lead guitar.

Barncard : Actually I think this called "Leather Winged Bat"

It could well be that Jack and Jorma decided the split- mood approach didn't work and restructured the number as the wholly aggressive strut we encountered on 'Bark'. Whatever, it's a nicely balanced piece and a pleasure to hear.

"Jorma & Jerry's Jam - 1" (14' 22"): If the previous outing was a pleasure, this jam is a sensation! As readers will be aware, there's little recorded evidence of Mr. Kaukonen and Mr. Garcia essaying their remarkable skills together, so this is a rare chance to hear the fruits of one such collaboration. Backed up by the supple bass of Jack Casady plus solid percussion (Mickey Hart?), this is a quarter-hour of incisive and responsive musicianship - intuitively structured and beautifully realized.

Jorma leads it off on electric guitar, his playing funky and rich in wah-wah, whilst Jerry complements it with a more subdued style. Casady is well mixed and excellent, but it's Jorma's sprawling mass of notes which take centre stage in this section; hot, handy and winding all over the soundscape in unfettered rampage.

Having played a disciplined supporting role for the first half of the jam - his accomplished touches providing the perfect foil to Jorma's aggression - Jerry assumes control for the second phase. Initially calm after the Kaukonen storm, this movement gradually builds over several minutes into a fabulous jam, delightfully evolved and transfixing the listener as it develops. Jerry's playing gets less lyrical, more earthy, until it is stylistically much closer to his partner's earlier contribution.

Naturally, Jorma then resumes the lead and steers the ensemble to a nicely judged conclusion.It would be perfectly reasonable to hail this example of superlative sparring as San Francisco jamming at its very finest.

"The Wall Song - 1" (6' 00"): After a waggish intro from the composer, we're into a captivating version of a Crosby song which appeared in 1972 on the LP 'Graham Nash David Crosby.' On that take, the duo were backed by Garcia, Lesh and Kreutzmann and there's no reason to suppose that the same trio isn't in support here. The real distinction between the released version and this is the absence of Nash - though this is more than ably compensated for by the double-tracking of Crosby's wonderful voice, which provides an imaginative and memorable harmony.

But there's a bonus. Just when listeners familiar with the 1972 record expect the track to finish, there's a lovely instrumental excursion with Garcia in winning form, shuffling percussion from Bill and a gentle ripple from Lesh. Really, this is so good it eclipses the official release by some distance - and should clearly have been included in the CS&N box of 1991.

Barncard : we ran out of room -- we had to put the full-length "Almost Cut My Hair" in there..

"The Wall Song - 2" (4' 27"): Again, David is doubly tracked, but this time there's only his own acoustic guitar in support, and the performance is generally a little lazier than before.

"Eep Hour" (4' 44"): A very dissimilar reading from the one which appeared on 'Garcia' and which had keyboard and pedal steel dominating the sound. This is just the acoustic guitars and bass and has a very Spanish ambiance. Presuming that Jerry isn't multi-tracked and playing everything himself - as he did on his album - we might take the other participants to be Lesh and either Kantner or Crosby.

Silberman : For what it's worth, I'm also pretty positive it's Jack Casady playing bass on EEP HOUR

At the close, there's a whoop of triumph from somebody and what sounds like Kantner's voice saying 'everybody just have a little break from their guitar strings!'

"Shuffle" (2' 20"): Two guitars (one electric), bass and drums glide effortlessly down a four-chord structure for a couple of minutes. The drums shuffle effectively but nothing much happens and the piece sounds more like an intro to something more substantial than an entity in itself.

"Jorma & Jerry's Jam - 2" (14' 29"): This has a slightly longer introduction than its earlier incarnation (i.e. it starts a few seconds before) but is otherwise identical to the first version.

"Banjo Instrumental" (6' 31"): This begins with the musicians already in full flow but soon collapses and they begin afresh. The slightly startling proposition of a banjo taking the lead throws the listener at first but it becomes apparent that this is actually the reflective segment of "Wild Turkey" again. Confirmation is given after a few minutes when Jorma appears to add a brief burst of the aggressive electric movement before the banjo takes it back. The five-string player could be Jerry or Paul - it's hard to tell because the figures played are rather routine and not particularly distinguished.

When the track ends, rather precipitously, so does the recording - and that's it.

These tapes are a fabulous find, showing as they do the formative stages of some classic songs and hinting at others, notably by Crosby, that could have been among the best things he never recorded.

It's a mild disappointment thal there isn't more of Paul Kantner's material on here - what I wouldn't give to hear that third secreted tape - but the reproduction is so good and the quality of the playing so exceptional that the whole thing is an aural treat and one feels both excited and honoured to be able to eavesdrop in this way.

Barncard No guarantee that that there is more Paul on these tapes, but I should find out when all the tapes are located and we can find backing for the project....

One can only hope that these musicians will reconvene at some point (preferably in the studio so we can all legitimately enjoy the results) and that the Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra hasn't run its course. The recent SEVA benefit (see Carry The Fire) and Paul's (still-) projected 'Blows' extravaganza suggest that it's not a hopeless dream, that it could happen again if all of their schedules can be made to almost not conflict one more time! Here's to that day when the members of the Orchestra will meet again and see each other's minds, turn up the band and start another story...

Bill Parry and Steve Rowland


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Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra Tapes Story
(Bill Parry, Steve Rowland, and Steven Barncard *edited by Jen & Bret* - full story here)

Barncard : For the historical record, let's standardize the song titles. These are the original rough mix reels,the only source. I didn't make the transfers to DAT, so I don't know where the reel breaks are. Below are the original Tape Box notations. () is the corrected name

ORIGINAL TAPE BOX NOTATIONS

Perro Ruffs
Recorded by S. Barncard
Transferred at A&M Tape Copy 1/23/91
DAT 120 (2 hours)

1/2/71
01. Mountain #5
02. Is it Really Monday
03. You Sit There / incomplete
04. You Sit There
05. Garcia's Tune (Loser)
06. Garcia's Tune (Loser)
07. Wayfaring Stranger *

1/3/71
08. Mountain #1 /ACCs/
-- wound Heads -- Garcia, Crosby, Kantner, Grace, Lesh
09. Mountain #2 /ACC's/ Little Slower
10. Mountain #3 /ACC's/ ** Organized (different mix of above take)
11. Mountain #4 Complete Set Of changes; Long Voiceless Jam

1/14/71
12. Leather Winged Bat /Slower/
13. Electric Bat
14. Jam #10
15. Wall Song - Electric 12/13/70 **
16. Wall Song - Acoustic - solo demo

1/11/71
17. Rounds (EEP Hour)
18. Dope Rap w/Piano /"Funny"/
19. Jam Slide II good parts 11/04/70
20. Jam R&B Riff /Long/
21. Jam After Electric Bat 1/14/71
abrupt end (two track runs out)

Steve Silberman Notes:

* I'm also not yet totally convinced that the name of that folk tune IS Wayfaring Stranger - it might be another tune. But Steve may be right.

** The Wall Song on this tape is not the track used for Graham Nash/David Crosby, the excellent out-of-print album on Atlantic. It is an out-take. Another, better performance was used for the record, although sadly, the record fades out just before the jam. That's especially a shame because the band on both the PERRO tape version and the album version was: Garcia, Lesh, and Kreutzmann, plus Crosby and Nash. If a choice were to be made for the CD, I would definitely go with the album version WITH the extended jam. It's a lot hotter than the PERRO tape take, with a fiery Garcia & Nash driven peak with that ultra-sweet Garcia Strat sound of that era...


Barncard continues...
Obviously these tapes were not mixed in chronological order. As far as giving you some idea what will be on the CD, I don't know yet what I can use, and no, it won't be out for a couple of months....artwork and mixing, you know.....I have a lot of shit to do.... Soon I will get the 16 tracks, and I will have a better idea of what I can do with this, (and if it is worth it to remix all of it, or only parts.. some of the two track mixes are pretty good -- first generation.) At this early stage I cannot commit to any lineup. I might find <more> on the multis -- I haven't played those since '71 !!


DETAILS (mostly repeat of above version) :

On 8/23/91 a copy of the several PERRO reels were compiled onto a DT 120 DAT on request by Paul to Graham (since the tapes where kept in the latter's vault) for a copy.

When the Crosby, Stills & Nash box-set was being put together, some mystery reels were found.
All of the CSNY tape collection was brought in to one place for the first time, including personal collections of Barncard, Joel Bernstein, Nash and Stills. One of the PERRO tapes had a small pipe with weed in it and somebody smoked it! It was still good.

The material on the PERRO tapes was very interesting, but had nothing to do with CSNY. There were 4 reels of 2 track mixes made in 1971 during the sessions (obviously there is more that has never been mixed). The tapes were put into storage in Nash's vault.

Paul called Nash in 1992 and requested DATs of those tapes. This was the first time they had been outside of the CSNY organization. They were copied at A&M Post Production audio and my personal DAT was made at that time.

The roots of PER&RO go back a lot further than 1971. 1 guess it had its inception in the early years of the '60s (prior to the Airplane, the Byrds et al) when Kantner, Crosby and Freiberg used to hang out, play music, get high and rap together around Venice Beach. That was the initial bond, the start of it all.

Later, when they were in bands of their own, there were occasional points of interaction - like Garcia sitting in on the 'Surrealistic Pillow' sessions, like Crosby giving "Triad" to the Airplane when he couldn't get the Byrds to record it, like Kantner, Crosby and Stills writing "Wooden Ships".
Then, as the '60s drew to a close, two sets of circumstances combined to bring the Planet Earth Rock And Roll Dream a whole lot nearer. One was the opening of Wally Heider's studio in San Francisco - because now the local SF musicians (Airplane, Quicksilver, Dead) had a place on their doorstep where they could record. This gave item freedom from the corporate studios to record and produce as they saw fit, to come and go more as they pleased and to invite the musical neighborhood in if they chose. (It hadn't been so easy when they were holed up at RCA's or Warner's studios in Hollywood.) The other catalyst was the state of flux that a lot of bands were falling into by 1969/1970, for Crosby had left the Byrds, the Airplane was a less cohesive force with Dryden out and Hot Tuna splitting off, and Dino Valenti's arrival had unsettled QMS.

Things had come pretty much full circle by the end of the decade. Kantner was again hanging out with Crosby (quite often on the latter's yacht) and with David Freiberg - and, when Paul came to assemble musicians to record 'Blows Against The Empire', it wasn't just to his Airplane cohorts that he turned but also to Crosby and Garcia and even Graham Nash - who'd just bought a house in Frisco and ended up producing the whole second side of the 'Blows...' album at Heider's studio. 'Blows..." was the first album by that collection of musicians whom Paul liked to term the Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra.

The fact that he billed the album as being by Jefferson Starship shouldn't mislead anyone. Kantner, Crosby, Slick, Freiberg, Nash, Garcia, Kaukonen, Lesh, Casady, Kreutzmann, Hart - these people were the Planet Earth Rock And Roll Orchestra, supporting each other on key projects.

As Grace recalls, "These sessions were like 'Uh, do you wanna play guitar on this one?' 'No, man, I have to go to the bathroom.' 'Okay, David, you wanna play?' 'Sure'. Whoever felt like doing something did it. Parts interchanged, people interchanged."

Graham Nash says "They asked me my opinion and I just jumped right in. Grace, Paul, David - they let me do whatever I heard. I was searching for this kind of environment when I came to America and when I was mixing in the studio our imaginations were running rampant. We were creating virtual kingdoms with music."

The second such PER&RO project was David Crosby's debut solo album, 'If I Could Only Remember My Name', which features all of the above-mentioned Planet Earthers plus the likes of Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Greg Rollie and Mike Shrieve.

But enough of this preamble, and on to the tapes in question. They come from sessions at Wally Heider's San Francisco studios in 1971. Crosby had sailed his boat up to Sausalito harbor. Nash was resident in the Haight. Kantner and Slick had moved out to Bolinas and the Dead were in Mill Valley but they would all head for Wally's of an evening to work on PER&RO songs. Some of these things ended up on Crosby's solo, a couple on Garcia's solo, one on Grace's album, one on Paul's 1983 'Planet Earth...' album - and some have never seen the light of day, in which case we've had to guess at what they might be title. Roll the PER&RO tapes.

"Walkin' In The Mountains" (1' 47n): A Crosby composition featuring typically attractive chordings, but little in the way of finished lyrics. "All the words we got so far are just ideas of places we'd like to go,- he tells Garcia at the start of this...

> "I went walkin' out last summer
> Tryin' to find a breath of air.

> I went walkin' in the mountains
> A friend had told me I'd find you there"

comprises just about all the words he has, but the feel is so airy and open you can almost smell that mountain air. The sequence makes a surprise reappearance later in the tape, as an intro to version four of 'The Mountain Song'.

Barncard : Two of the versions are actually the same performance, the second remixed a little better.

"Is It Really Monday?" (4' 55"): Crosby again, and this one begins with his acoustic guitar and the composer scat-singing the abstruse melody. When the lyrics arrive, he asks:
> "Is it really Monday?
> I must have been here before.
> Is it really Monday?
> I think the walls begin to speak."

The tempo is very slow, in a country blues vein and Garcia adds some restrained picking. The lugubrious bass sounds like that of Phil Lesh.

"Under Anesthesia" (5' 14"): The timing includes a false start of about 45 seconds, after which Crosby calls a halt and announces 'No, that's not it. Started too slow, it's outta time and I didn't get the right words!" When he does, it's another hugely impressive song, the lyrical angle of which is to bemoan the inertia of the common man - who is portrayed as stupefied by beer and TV. At the conclusion, Crosby launches into a brief sequence on guitar and comments 'I thought I'd try something original...if I write another song in E Minor, man, I'm gonna get fired!'

*This song is actually called "You Sit There"

"Loser" (8' 41"): The timing includes several restarts and Jerry explaining - and indeed demonstrating - the chord progression to his colleagues, who could well be Crosby, Lesh and Papa John*. There's certainly a violin in here and it works especially well, counterpointing the three guitars most effectively.

*Papa John never hung out in PERRO sessions. David Freiberg on viola.

It's obviously an early run through the song as Jerry doesn't have much more than the first verse written. The second crack has more audible vocals, but Garcia still resorts to "da da das" from the second verse on. The bridge is there, at least intact musically, even if the only line Jerry seems sure about is the closing "Don't let that deal go down" The genesis of a great song.

"Over Jordan" (3' 30"): Another Crosby song, replete with a beautiful structure, but short on completed lyrics. It begins with David's rippling acoustic guitar which is soon joined by that of Garcia for some impressive picking.

> "I'm only going over Jordan,
> Just a-goin" to my home"

sings the Cros, but after a couple of minutes he declares that he's forgotten the changes, so restarts the performance at the bridge. This is a delightful half-song which the composer should really have completed and recorded at some stage.

*Also called "Wayfaring Stranger"

"The Mountain Song - 1" (5' 11"): This is the first of several attempts at what would eventually become a slice of classic Airmachine. However, at this stage, the only fragment of the song they had to work with was the line "Gonna make the mountains be my home" and the chord-sequence that supported it, so it's quite amazing that from such a meager base Kantner, Slick, Crosby and Garcia (possibly with Casady and Hart) are able to conjure 23 minutes of undulating beauty. There's a banjo featured prominently, plus two acoustic guitars and Grace's distinctive piano. The banjo is Paul K.& the touches are so accomplished, it's Kantner on the five- string with Garcia and Crosby on guitars. Surprisingly, there's no trace of Paul's vocal - though the other three take care of that handsomely enough.

Early on, it's Jerry singing the line in orthodox fashion, while Grace embellishes with some improvised lyrics around the theme. Then Crosby takes Grace's place and scats around Jerry's vocal for a while. As you'd expect, the playing is loose and slightly tentative on this first version, but no less affecting for all that.

"The Mountain Song - 2" (5' 17"): Grace is back providing an improvised descant to Jerry's straight vocal at the start here, and she's singing about the sky and the river as he eulogizes the mountains. After a minute or so, Crosby introduces his scat and Grace leaves the chorus to concentrate on her keyboards. Her vocal chords are re-engaged towards the close.

"The Mountain Song - 3" (3' 44"): This version begins with Jerry and David singing the line and Grace gliding around them. Briefly, Crosby supersedes her in this role but soon the two of them are improvising around the structure as Jerry perseveres in the middle.
At the end of this effort, Paul is heard to remark "It sounds like everybody's going in and out of time" to which Crosby responds "No, no, no, it's all working - and it works perfectly." The listener is strongly inclined to agree with him.

"The Mountain Song - 4" (8' 20"): As you'll see, this is the longest version and undoubtedly the most satisfying of the four. This is where Crosby's embryonic "Walkin' In The Mountains" suddenly reemerges and he goes through the verse and various chord sequences as an introduction to "The Mountain Song," to which it bridges seamlessly and beautifully. It's a remarkable segue which makes the listener keenly aware of how the song could have developed in a very different direction had Crosby stayed to contribute throughout its evolution. Speculation aside, what we do have is a return to the familiar pattern of banjo, guitars, bass, piano and percussion. Crosby reverts to his scatted counterpoint before it slips into a stunning instrumental section. Herein, the music weaves a genuinely hypnotic spell as it rolls effortlessly along the bed of Paul's banjo and Grace's piano, with Garcia picking exquisitely. After several minutes of this, the vocal pattern is re-introduced, now in a more restrained vein against instrumentation which has become subdued, with Grace and the Cros gently dancing around Jerry to the finale of a wonderful excursion.

"Wild Turkey" (4' 20") (AKA "Leather Winged Bat"): An interesting improvisation with Jorma and Jack at the controls, this may or may not be an early styling of what became the dynamic duo's "Bark" instrumental. It certainly starts off that way, with Kaukonen roaring out some aggressive electric noise and Casady on a familiar rumble. But soon it settles into something much gentler, employing a more reflective chord progression. Jorma's playing rises and falls in a fairly relaxed manner - until the finale, when he stirs it back towards the "Turkey" structure with some more combative lead guitar. It could well be that Jack and Jorma decided the split-mood approach didn't work and restructured the number as the wholly aggressive strut we encountered on 'Bark'. Whatever, it's a nicely balanced piece and a pleasure to hear.

"Jorma & Jerry's Jam - 1" (14' 22"): If the previous outing was a pleasure, this jam is a sensation! As readers will be aware, there's little recorded evidence of Mr. Kaukonen and Mr. Garcia essaying their remarkable skills together, so this is a rare chance to hear the fruits of one such collaboration. Backed up by the supple bass of Jack Casady plus solid percussion (Mickey Hart?), this is a quarter-hour of incisive and responsive musicianship - intuitively structured and beautifully realized. Jorma leads it off on electric guitar, his playing funky and rich in wah-wah, whilst Jerry complements it with a more subdued style. Casady is well mixed and excellent, but it's Jorma's sprawling mass of notes which take center stage in this section. Hot, handy and winding all over the soundscape in unfettered rampage. Having played a disciplined supporting role for the first half of the jam - his accomplished touches providing the perfect foil to Jorma's aggression - Jerry assumes control for the second phase. Initially calm after the Kaukonen storm, this movement gradually builds over several minutes into a fabulous jam, delightfully evolved and transfixing the listener as it develops. Jerry's playing gets less lyrical, more earthy, until it is stylistically much closer to his partner's earlier contribution. Naturally, Jorma then resumes the lead and steers the ensemble to a nicely judged conclusion. It would be perfectly reasonable to hail this example of superlative sparring as San Francisco jamming at its very finest.

"The Wall Song -1" (6' 00"): After a waggish intro from the composer, we're into a captivating version of a Crosby song which appeared in 1972 on the LP 'Graham Nash David Crosby.' On that take, the duo were backed by Garcia, Lesh and Kreutzmann and there's no reason to suppose that the same trio isn't in support here. The real distinction between the released version and this is the absence of Nash - though this is more than ably compensated for by the double-tracking of Crosby's wonderful voice, which provides an imaginative and memorable harmony. But there's a bonus. Just when listeners familiar with the 1972 record expect the track to finish, there's a lovely instrumental excursion with Garcia in winning form, shuffling percussion from Bill and a gentle ripple from Lesh. Really, this is so good it eclipses the official release by some distance - and should clearly have been included in the CS&N box of 1991.

"The Wall Song - 2" (4' 27"): Again, David is doubly tracked, but this time there's only his own acoustic guitar in support, and the performance is generally a little lazier than before.

"Eep Hour" (4' 44"): A very dissimilar reading from the one which appeared on 'Garcia' and which had keyboard and pedal steel dominating the sound. This is just the acoustic guitars and bass and has a very Spanish ambiance. Presuming that Jerry isn't multi-tracked and playing everything himself - as he did on his album - we might take the other participants to be Lesh and either Kantner or Crosby.

*Jack Casady plays bass on EEP HOUR

At the close, there's a whoop of triumph from somebody and what sounds like Kantner's voice saying 'everybody just have a little break from their guitar strings!'

"Shuffle" (2' 20"): Two guitars (one electric), bass and drums glide effortlessly down a four-chord structure for a couple of minutes. The drums shuffle effectively but nothing much happens and the piece sounds more like an intro to something more substantial than an entity in itself.

"Jorma & Jerry's Jam - 2" (14' 29"): This has a slightly longer introduction than its earlier incarnation (i.e. it starts a few seconds before) but is otherwise identical to the first version.
These tapes are a fabulous find, showing as they do the formative stages of some classic songs and hinting at others, notably by Crosby, that could have been among the best things he never recorded.


(93/1) PERRO, 1970-11-00, If I Could Only Remember the Outtakes

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09/27/2007

The following came to LL through MalFrie, who got it as a torrent someplace. I reencoded it back to .flac, and IMHO there has been enough demand in the Forums for this material to warrant the extra step. If I could only remember their names. . . . :)

Enjoy yerselves.

~ Richard Starlight




If I Could Only Remember The Outtakes

David Crosby
Wally Heider Recording Studio, San Francisco (CA)
1970/11/??

Studio sessions from Nov 1970 thru Spring 1971

Lineage: ??? > FLAC
Quality: ***

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01. Song With No Words
02. Tamalpais High
03. What Are Their Names
04. Song With No Words
05. Orleans
06. I`d Swear There Was Somebody Here
07. Music Is Love
08. Laughing
09. Laughing
10. Traction In The Rain
11. Traction In The Rain
12. Traction In The Rain
13. I`d Swear There Was Somebody Here
14. I`d Swear There Was Somebody Here
15. Music Is Love

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01. Music Is Love
02. Laughing
03. Laughing
04. Song With No Words
05. Song With No Words
06. Tamalpais High
07. Tamalpais High
08. Tamalpais High
09. Orleans
10. Orleans
11. Cowboy Movie
12. Cowboy Movie
13. Cowboy Movie
14. Slide Jam

Original notes:
If I Could Remember My Name outtakes were usually mixed up with so called PERRO tapes, The Dorks rehearsals or Mickey's Barn, although basically totally different material were involved.
It was usually traded as a single disc, bur here are all IICORMN outtakes that ever circulated in probably the best quality around.
Pink Robert

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