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    Shakedown Street Rehersal 8-18-78

    "Grateful Dead
    Studio (California?)
    Possibly 18th August 1978??

    Shakedown Street sessions with Lowell George
    (Sbd>??>Cdr)

    1. Good Lovin' (*LG vocal)
    2. France
    3. Fire On The Mountain
    4. Stagger Lee (with false start)
    5. If I Had The World To Give
    6. Shakedown Street
    7. I Need A Miracle
    8. Good Lovin'

    *Lowell George lead vocals on Good Lovin' 1 and
    **backing vocals on Miracle and Good Lovin' 2

    SHN'd and posted to alt.binaries.gdead.highspeed by Tzuriel 7/23/02"

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    The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA - 3-31-87

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    3/31/87 - Grateful Dead
    The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA

    Recording Info:
    FM -> Cassette Master -> Dat

    Transfer Info:
    Dat -> Behringer UltraMatch SRC2000 -> CD (Tascam CDRW700) -> EAC -> SHN

    All Transfers Done By Charlie Miller
    charliemiller87@earthlink.net
    SHN'd On 12/8/03

    Set One:
    d1t01 - Jack Straw ->
    d1t02 - Franklin's Tower
    d1t03 - C C Rider
    d1t04 - Ramble On Rose
    d1t05 - Tons Of Steel
    d1t06 - Mama Tried ->
    d1t07 - Big River
    d1t08 - Candyman
    d1t09 - Desolation Row ->
    d1t10 - Don't Ease Me In

    Set Two:
    d1t11 - Touch Of Grey
    d2t01 - Estimated Prophet ->
    d2t02 - Terrapin Station ->
    d2t03 - Drums ->
    d2t04 - Space ->
    d2t05 - Uncle John's Band ->
    d2t06 - I Need A Miracle ->
    d2t07 - Stella Blue ->
    d2t08 - Around And Around ->
    d2t09 - Turn On Your Lovelight

    Encore:
    d2t10 - Brokedown Palace

    Last edited by louwiid; 11-08-2009 at 09:57 AM.

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    Hampton Roads Coliseum - Hampton, VA - 10-8-89

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    Grateful Dead
    Hampton Roads Coliseum
    Hampton, VA
    10.8.89

    Source:
    (FOB) Schoeps CMC34's -> Panasonic SV-250
    Transfer:
    D8 -> Montego II -> CDWAV
    by Doug Nawrocki

    *12.08.03 - This file set is the same as the original, I simply renamed the shns and md5s to the standard but they were not altered in any way. I also created seek files which are included. - Doug Nawrocki

    Set 1/CD 1:
    Crowd/Tuning
    Foolish Heart
    Walkin' Blues
    Candyman
    Me And My Uncle
    Big River
    Stagger Lee
    Queen Jane App.
    Bird Song
    Promised Land

    Set 2/CD 2:
    Crowd/Tuning
    Help On The Way
    Slipknot!
    Franklin's Tower
    Victim Or The Crime
    Eyes Of The World
    Drumz

    CD 3:
    Space
    I Need A Miracle
    The Wheel
    Gimme Some Lovin'
    Morning Dew
    Encore:
    We Bid You Goodnight



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    Fillmore East - 5-15-70 (with New Riders of the Purple Sage)

    Here it is, kids. This may be the show to end all shows.

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    Grateful Dead/NRPS
    Fillmore East
    New York City
    5.15.70
    MR > DAT > ZA2 > CDR
    except the NRPS sets which have 2 cassette generations
    This is apparently the best possible copy
    Thanks to David Hollister and Jeff Tiedrich

    dfinney@cts.com

    [[[Note by Leigh Orf, who uploaded this show to orp.etree.org: I did
    some very minor editing to this show, mostly putting tasteful fades
    where there were cuts in the original. No NR whatsoever was applied! I
    also removed the mysterious double-strum near the beginning of Don't
    Ease Me In (sounded like a digital thing)... Thanks again to the
    aforementioned folks, plus David Finney for hunting the show down in its
    best form... Leigh <orf@mailbag.com>]]]

    disc 1
    ------
    --< Early Acoustic Dead >--
    Don't Ease Me In
    I Know You Rider
    The Rub
    Friend of the Devil
    Long Black Limousine
    Candyman
    Cumberland Blues*
    New Speedway Boogie*
    Cold Jordan*
    (* w/ NRPS)

    --< Early NRPS >--
    Six Days On The Road
    Whatcha Gonna Do
    I Don't Know You
    Henry
    Portland Woman
    Fair Chance To Know

    disc 2
    ------
    Last Lonely Eagle //

    --< Early Electric Dead >--
    Casey Jones
    Easy Wind
    Attics Of My Life
    St. Stephen >
    The Other One >
    Cosmic Charlie
    (E) Minglewood Blues

    --< Late Acoustic Dead >--
    Balld of Casey Jones
    Silver Threads and Golden Needles

    disc 3
    ------
    Black Peter
    Friend of the Devil
    Uncle John's Band
    Candyman
    She's Mine
    Katie Mae
    I Hear A Voice Calling (w/ NRPS)

    --< Late NRPS w/ Weir, 1st copy >--
    Mama Tried
    Sawmill
    Me and My Uncle

    disc 4
    ------
    --< Late NRPS >--
    Brown Eyed Handsome Man
    Louisiana Lady
    Can't Pay The Price
    Truck Drivin' Man
    All I Ever Wanted
    Workingman Blues
    Henry
    I Don't Know You
    Lodi
    Last Lonely Eagle
    Mama Tried*
    Sawmill*
    Me and My Uncle*
    Connection*
    (* w/ Bob Weir)

    disc 5
    ------
    --< Late Electric Dead >--
    China Cat Sunflower >
    I Know You Rider
    Cumberland Blues
    Hard To Handle
    Beat It On Down The Line
    Morning Dew
    Good Lovin'
    Dire Wolf
    Next Time You See Me

    disc 6
    ------
    Dark Star >
    St. Stephen >
    Not Fade Away >
    Turn On Your Lovelight

    (E) Cold Jordan (w/ NRPS)


    This is the 2nd etree copy in circulation. It has one fewer tape
    generations than the first copy, and it has the complete NRPS 2nd set.


    From deadlists home page (some edits):

    Early Show acoustic Dead set. On Cumberland and New Speedway David
    Nelson joins in on acoustic guitar while Jerry shifts to electric. On
    Cold Jordan Nelson switches to mandolin. Marmaduke adds harmony vocals
    to the last three tunes. Pigpen plays organ on New Speedway. Early Show
    NRPS set with Garcia, pedal steel. This is about half their set -- all
    there is on the master. Before Last Lonely Eagle Marmaduke asks where's
    "Bobby Ace" -- probably Weir was a guest vocalist later in the set.
    electric Dead: Before St. Stephen Pigpen says "Alright you people, you
    know who you are."


    Enterprising Fillmore East stagecrew patched a reel-to-reel machine
    underneath the stage into the PA feed and saved most of this show for
    us and eternity. They were busy setting up for the Early Show electric
    Dead set and blew their flip during the Early Show NRPS set, losing
    the second half of that set as a result, but the rest of this enormous
    evening's proceedings are recorded in their entirety. The master has
    only the left channel through the middle of Candyman (there are also
    splitter-generated 2-channel mono copies circulating). Around 4 hours of
    this show were broadcast by KPFA-FM Berkeley in 1971, further speeding
    the propagation of this tape (some early FM copies are dated "6/21/71;"
    this may be the date of the broadcast). For many years 5/15/70 was THE
    representative 1970 Dead tape -- Harpur College 5/2/70 and Winterland
    10/4/70 its only rivals for wide circulation.

    Late Show acoustic Dead: David Nelson plays mandolin on I Hear A Voice
    Callin and Marmaduke adds bass vocals. Late Show NRPS set with Garcia,
    pedal steel. Bob Weir guests on vocals for Mama Tried, Sawmill and Me
    And My Uncle. There is a brief cut in Sawmill, with less than 10 seconds
    lost. After this set the master contains 15:13 of continuing signal,
    comprising parts of Side B of Abbey Road (playing on the PA during
    the break) interspersed with the sounds of the stage being rigged --
    drums nailed down, etc -- followed by the sounds of tuning up. SET 3
    is electric Dead. Beat It On Down The Line gets 14 beats. There is a
    cut 2:17 into St. Stephen; probably around 60 - 90 seconds are missing
    here. There is a cut 13:33 into Lovelight, but probably only a few
    seconds are lost. Over the last year it has been rumored that there is
    another SBD master of this show in the vault, which includes the rest
    of the Early Show NRPS set (and which would probably allow us to patch
    the few other glitches on the circulating master); however, nothing has
    emerged besides rumors thus far. Meanwhile, we owe an enormous debt of
    gratitude to those resourceful Fillmore East crewmembers who took the
    bull by the horns and MADE TAPE. Muchas Garcias, guys.

    CONTRIBUTORS Jim Powell Alan Mande

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    Oh my gosh. I had to look at that twice. talk about a game changer. Just when I thought I was gonna watch Sunday night football, not any longer. I an gonna go download that, go to the back door and smoke a a a cigarette, and put on the headphones. Another great find Lou. Thank you for taking the time to post this.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrygonguitar View Post
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    Oh my gosh. I had to look at that twice. talk about a game changer. Just when I thought I was gonna watch Sunday night football, not any longer. I an gonna go download that, go to the back door and smoke a a a cigarette, and put on the headphones. Another great find Lou. Thank you for taking the time to post this.
    Aside from Donna Jean (I know how you feel about Donna Jean!), I do not think you could ask for more in a show. Help > Slipknot > Franklin's, China > Rider AND Dark Star >St. Stephen!!!

    Have a Graaaaaaaaaaaaaate night....

    Pass to the East for peace....

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    Jerry, the Professor must have you in his thoughts. Check out the MASSIVE Playin' sandwich on this one.

    Have a Grate weekend!

    This week's Dead show is more than just a classic 1977 show - its that for sure - and its much more than the first time we get an Eyes of the World going into an Estimated Prophet - although this show is the first time that happens too.. its the kind of magical, rocking, charging life affirming and soul-baring music that makes me fall in love with the Grateful Dead over and over again..

    There's plenty to love in this set - the fine Samson->Cold rain starts the set perfectly.. the Playin' in the band builds and builds and then explodes into the Eyes of the World that is played at a real breakneck pace. While I'm not often a fan of Eyes played this way, Jerry's almost maniacal energy on this version can't fail but bring you up out of your feet - its almost 'hummingbird' like in the way he makes that guitar flitter and sing.. followed by a good Estimated, but then Phil drops the hammer and the band goes into a short, but intense, Other One...
    after drums.. the band slowly builds into an Aiko, Aiko that is surprisingly slow-paced, but the band then drops into a classic 1977 Stella Blue, then a playin' reprise to end the set..
    The encore tells us the band has had as much fun as we have...

    Grateful Dead
    Cotterell Gym, Reid Athletic Center, Colgate University
    Hamilton, NY
    11-4-77
    Set II:
    "Meet The Jones Gang" [2:36]
    Samson & Delilah -> [7:22]
    Cold Rain & Snow [8:30]
    Playing in the Band -> [12:52]
    Eyes of the World -> [12:50]
    Estimated Prophet -> [11:40]
    The Other One ->[4:57]
    Drums -> [3:17]
    Iko Iko -> [10:05]
    Stella Blue ->[12:12]
    Playing in the Band [7:04]

    Encore:
    Johnny B. Goode [5:06]

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod111309.mp3

    Special thanks to our friends at Keely Electronics for their kind equipment donation!!

    Hope you enjoy the show, and thanks as always for your kind support.

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    Yes I do like them Playin sandwitches. On an ironic note I too don't care much for them "77 Eyes". Love the earlier years but 77 is just too fast for that song. Also I'm looking forward to "Meet the Jones Gang" I'm not familiar with that

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