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    I like the "bonus" of the 9/20/74 show you threw in this week Lou. Sounds so much better than my copy. Bob sounds great on OMSN. Also did you catch the beginning of US Blues with Jerry forgetting the words. Hilarious



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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrygonguitar View Post
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    I like the "bonus" of the 9/20/74 show you threw in this week Lou. Sounds so much better than my copy. Bob sounds great on OMSN. Also did you catch the beginning of US Blues with Jerry forgetting the words. Hilarious
    Yeah. I was listening to the set this morning on my way to the plant. OMSN is not my favorite all-time Dead tune, wut this was a quality performance. I noticed the muff on U.S. Blues, too. I can honestly say it is not the first time where he Jerry has made that very same mistake.

    Bob totally muffed the third stanza of Saint Stephen on the "Ladies and Gentlemen, The Grateful Dead" set from the Filmore East in 1971 (he started repeating the second stanza). Jerry upped his backing vocals to help get Bob back on track. You can hear them both chuckle right after the "callin' it home" line.

    If you have any show requests, I will see if I can track them down and upload the same.

    Have a Grate day/weekend!

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    I just found this list of one fan's "top" shows online, so I may start here.

    1 Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA 5/19/77

    The single most amazing example of the power and majesty of the Spring 1977 tour...the Playing > Uncle John's is particularly spectacular.

    2 Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithica, NY 5/8/77

    Some folks call this show overrated...some folks say it's only popular because it was so available during the tape trading caveman days. I kind of doubt that. Sure some of the playing is a little sloppy and yeah I am sure there are other shows just as great. But this show certainly has an undefinable "X-Factor" at work. It could be the sound of Jerry's guitar, or just the way the setlist played out...whatever it is; this show goes beyond just a simple bootleg concert tape. It is a true right of passage. You aren't a deadhead until you've grooved on "Cornell...maaaaaaannnnn!!!!"

    3 New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, CT 5/5/77

    This show just cooks like a mother fucker!! From the reggae-fied "Bertha" to the "Morning Dew" and "Trucking" teases in the St. Stephen Jam.

    4 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA 10/8-9/89

    Say what you want about latter day Grateful Dead...for some reason the band was able to capture some of their previous magic between 1989 and 1991. These two shows were absolutely more than just concerts...they were historical events. C'mon, who DIDN'T want to be there the night they "broke out" Dark Star? (Let alone Help > Slip > Frank...and Bid You Goodnight...and Attics Of My Life...and Death Don't Have No Mercy t'boot, t'boot!) Well, I was there...and I'm here to tell ya; It was fantastic! These tapes tell the tale!!

    5 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 3/31/87

    As Jerry continued to rehabilitate (somewhat) in '87 there were some amazing shows going on. Luckily this was a WMMR 93.3 FM simulcast, which made the whole band play a heads up game even more than usual. The results are fantastic!

    6 Fillmore East, New York, NY 5/15/70 (early and late shows)

    I know that the Fillmore run from February 1970 is the one that folks seem to talk about the most...and it IS definitive at that. But for my money I've had more pleasure listening to tapes of this later 1970 show.

    7 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA 3/1/69

    One would probably notice that the bulk of my favorite shows are EAST COAST (represent!!) shows. I like the energy of east coast stuff...that mellow sort of easy going mumbo jumbo that comes from the west coast just does not cut it as ROCK AND ROLL!! However, there is no doubting this show. One of the greatest...and not just because of the Hey Jude encore!

    8 Harpur College, Binghampton, NY 5/2/1970

    If there is a better representation of the acoustic/electric "Evening With..." presentations of the Grateful Dead from 1970 I haven't heard it! Thank God this one made it to Dick's Picks!

    9 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA 3/26-27/88

    Another certifiable gemstone of a latter day show! Somehow the combo of the Hampton venue and the rabid crowd created a situation where all bets were off and the "safe" playing that defined the Jerry-rehab period in 1987-88 was suspended...at least for one run of shows.

    10 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY 3/29/90

    The presence of Branford Marsalis on stage certainy put the whole band on notice this day...with amazing results! Obviously I am not alone in placing this one on my list of faves..."Live Without A Net" will attest to that.

    11 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY 9/18/90

    It's hard to nail down the point at which the band ceased "breaking in" Vince Welnik...and started playing like he was fully integrated. I like to think this concert shows Vince grabbing the brass ring and running with it as he dominates the jams. Also I love the Other One that stops on a dime here. Killer stuff.

    12 Coliseum, Greensboro, NC 4/1/91

    This is a rare jewel...a blip on the otherwise downward trajectory of post-1990 Dead. The funkiest damn Dark Star you'll ever hear!! Magnificient 7 in full effect!

    13 Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD 5/26/77

    I have no real problem with the '77 funked out "disco" Dead...but this show proves that disco wasn't the only thing going on with the Dead on this May 77 tour. A lesser regarded show among a string of amazing shows!!

    14 Cottrel Gym, Colgate University, Hamilton NY, 11/4/77

    This show is all kinds of about energy...and it's a firecracker. To entirely enjoy this show you NEED to have an audience recording (or a matrix) because the crowd are every bit a part of the expreience as the band. This crowd is P-U-M-P-E-D, and they drive the music to a fever pitch of rock and roll energy!! Another example of fierce playing by a band known more for mellow improv.



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    Anything where the Professor says Althea is a highlight is a winner in my book!

    Howdy Friends - no tricks this week - just a real musical treat - the remainder of the electric set from 10/26/80 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, NY.. This is very fine set of music - Jerry is in very fine voice and Bob is *very* animated (in fact watch your speakers at the end of Good Lovin!!!!).

    Althea, He's Gone, Stella Blue and one of the most beautiful Brokedown's ever highlight this spectacular set of classic Dead - I sure hope you enjoy it!!

    Grateful Dead

    10-26-80 (Sun)

    electric (continued)

    Samson & Delilah
    Althea
    Estimated Prophet->
    He's Gone->
    jam->
    Drumz->
    Space->
    Not Fade Away->
    Stella Blue->
    Good Lovin'
    E: Brokedown Palace

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod103009.mp3

    Thanks so much for your kind support! and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

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    Halloween Bonus from Dr. Lou to You

    Grateful Dead
    5/5/77
    Veterans' Memorial Coliseum
    New Haven, CT

    BettyBoard

    Disk1
    1) Promised Land
    2) Sugaree
    3) Mama Tried
    4) El Paso
    5) Tennessee Jed
    6) Looks Like Rain
    7) Deal

    Disk2
    1) Lazy Lightning ->
    2) Supplication
    3) Peggy O
    4) The Music Never Stopped
    5) Tuning
    6) Bertha

    Disk3
    1) Estimated Prophet
    2) Scarlet Begonias ->
    3) Fire on the Mountain
    4) Good Lovin'
    5) St. Stephen
    6) Sugar Magnolia
    7) Johnny B. Goode

    master reels > dat
    tascam dap1 > zefiro za2 > soundforge >cdwave > shn

    *other transfers of this show do exist, and are tracked differently.
    *known errors:
    drops gd1977-05-05d1t05 1:02 -> 1:08 and 6:00->6:10
    *please email wallwork@uab.edu with other errors.
    -Troy Wallwork


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    Who Wants Another Show?

    Grateful Dead
    Barton Hall
    Cornell University
    Ithaca, NY
    5/8/77

    Source: MAC>R>CD
    Audience Recording by Jerry Moore

    DISC ONE [52:39]
    set one-a:
    01 [05:12] New Minglewood Blues
    02 [07:34] Loser
    03 [04:33] El Paso
    04 [07:16] They Love Each Other
    05 [06:41] Jack Straw
    06 [06:55] Deal
    07 [08:37] Lazy Lightnin' > Supplication
    08 [05:47] Brown Eyed Women

    DISC TWO [58:00]
    set one-end:
    01 [03:34] Mama Tried
    02 [11:28] Row Jimmy
    03 [16:24] Dancing In The Street
    set two-a:
    04 [26:32] Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain

    DISC THREE [54:51]
    set two-end:
    01 [09:52] Estimated Prophet
    02 [04:42] Saint Stephen >
    03 [16:56] Not Fade Away >
    04 [00:53] Saint Stephen >
    05 [16:55] Morning Dew
    encore:
    06 [05:31] One More Saturday Night

    Jerry: "Lineage: Sony 153 master, w/ ECM 33P's, on Maxell UDXL-II's, Dolby B, copied via Teac AN-180 Dolby box onto Sony TC 755, Scotch Classic 10.5 inch reel, 7.5 ips, Dolby B - Transfer by Rob Berger (1/05), Sony TC 850>Teac AN-180>Sony SBM1 super bit mapper>Tascam CD-Rw4U.

    "Just so, hopefully, nobody can misunderstand what they got: Came off my cassette master, except for Scarlet/Fire, on which my master had speed fluctuations. THAT part came off another cassette, that had been patched out of the 153 at the show. I took those two cassette masters, and made a 10 inch reel copy, 7.5 ips, Dolby B, this within a few days of the show itself. That reel, BTW, I would call a "2nd generation" copy, though most people would call it "1st" - rule of thumb, if you see one of my own old lineages, subtract a generation to translate to current taper-speak. That 10 inch reel copy is what Rob Berger transferred, and what a lot of you have, and are hopefully enjoying."

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    Last One For This Weekend

    Guess I was on a May 1977 kick!

    GRATEFUL DEAD
    Tuesday, May 17, 1977
    Coliseum, University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa, AL

    SBDMR > DAT > CD > EAC > SHN

    note: Sugar Magnolia encore supplied by AUD source.

    EAC > SHN by Noah Weiner June 2003

    DISC ONE [68:15]
    set one-a:
    01 [06:07] New Minglewood Blues
    02 [10:22] Mississippi Half Step Uptown Toodeloo >
    03 [04:41] El Paso
    04 [07:34] They Love Each Other
    05 [05:30] Jack Straw
    06 [05:51] Jack-A-Roe
    07 [08:04] Looks Like Rain
    08 [08:33] Tennessee Jed
    09 [03:16] Passenger
    10 [08:17] High Time

    DISC TWO [68:57]
    set one-end:
    01 [06:42] Big River
    02 [03:56] Sunrise
    03 [11:04] Scarlet Begonias >
    04 [14:48] Fire On The Mountain
    set two-a:
    05 [06:22] Samson And Delilah >
    06 [06:12] Bertha >
    07 [05:37] Good Lovin'
    08 [05:41] Brown Eyed Women
    09 [08:35] Estimated Prophet

    DISC THREE [61:10]
    set two-end:
    01 [11:12] Terrapin Station >
    02 [12:13] Playin' In The Band >
    03 [04:53] Drums >
    04 [10:29] Wharf Rat >
    05 [06:56] Playin' In The Band
    encore:
    06 [10:25] Sugar Magnolia

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    The Professor must have known I was on a May 1977 kick. Great transitional show to move me out of May and, eventually, 1977! I will try to put up some more shows this weekend.

    I must say that my listeners are simply the best ! I received an simply perfect request this week for the show we're going to start listening to this week as I was casting about in my mind trying to decide what to play... and what a show it is. This show not only shows the band in a period of transition from their slower tempo early '77 style of playing to the more uptempo arrangements of 1978 but its simply one of the best shows of the entire year. The first set which we'll listen to this week, not only blasts out of the gates with a fabulous Bertha->Good Lovin' , but keeps up a most memorable and high energy performance on every tune. Not to be missed, the set closing Let It Grow is truly outstanding, and really shows the unique ability of the band to fire off in all directions yet to find the 'one' and bring us all back into harmony and love.. whew.. a great set and the second set from next week is even better.....

    Grateful Dead
    Cotterell Gym, Reid Athletic Center, Colgate University
    Hamilton, NY
    11-4-77
    Set I:
    Bertha -> [7:52]
    Good Lovin' [6:32]
    Brown-Eyed Women [6:07]
    Cassidy [5:19]
    It Must Have Been the Roses [7:31]
    Sunrise [4:34]
    New Minglewood Blues [5:51]
    Dupree's Diamond Blues [6:25]
    Let It Grow [14:11]

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod110609.mp3

    thanks for listening - and enjoy the show!
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