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    Quote Originally Posted by breiti View Post
    WOW, just came over this...and have to say! Hey, man, that's really great, thanks so much!
    Glad you enjoy the shows. Deadpod is my favorite weekly podcast, regardless of content. The Professor is a Grate guy (he even sent me a JGB show for which JerryG was looking, no questions asked). And I am otherwise happy to put my MEGA Platinum account and my WinAmp Pro to good use!

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    Breiti, Lou is the best. If your a fan go through these pages in here. Lou has put up some incredible shows...and the sound...whoa. Grab the headphones. There are a lot of quality, knowledge gaining, informative threads on this site but don't think you will find a more mind expanding thread than this one. Oh, one more thing my suggestion is to start saving money now cause your gonna go through some memory cards saving these shows.
    Jerry, you are much too kind, as always! Have a Grate week!



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    Just calling it as I see it Lou. Right now I'm listening to that 2/24/86 show you posted not that long ago. I'm on the "Dew" right now. Too cold to go outside and do much of anything. It even actually snowed down here for about 5 minutes on Saturday. That hasent happened since 79. Really neat. Oh better yet, let me get to Sunday. I was watching the NFL, sound off of course and broke out an old maxell of 8/6/74 "hint hint" (been in a 74 mood lately since GD movie) Anyway of you can access check out the Eyes. I had to listen to it twice cause on the seco d listen I timed it (with the blackberry timer) check out from the 12 minute 15 second mark on. You will like it. Oh also have to mention the PITB Scarlet PITB sandwich...besided the incredible jam before Scarlet, pay close attention on how good Donna sounds. She really sounds good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrygonguitar View Post
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    Just calling it as I see it Lou. Right now I'm listening to that 2/24/86 show you posted not that long ago. I'm on the "Dew" right now. Too cold to go outside and do much of anything. It even actually snowed down here for about 5 minutes on Saturday. That hasent happened since 79. Really neat. Oh better yet, let me get to Sunday. I was watching the NFL, sound off of course and broke out an old maxell of 8/6/74 "hint hint" (been in a 74 mood lately since GD movie) Anyway of you can access check out the Eyes. I had to listen to it twice cause on the seco d listen I timed it (with the blackberry timer) check out from the 12 minute 15 second mark on. You will like it. Oh also have to mention the PITB Scarlet PITB sandwich...besided the incredible jam before Scarlet, pay close attention on how good Donna sounds. She really sounds good.
    Oh my! Just saw the set list. This is like a mid-70's Greatest Hist show! Here is the nitty gritty:

    1. Bertha 5:29
    2. Talk :26
    3. Mexicali Blues 3:31
    4. Don't Ease Me In 3:25
    5. Beat It Down The Line 3:37
    6. Sugaree 7:31
    7. Jack Straw 5:13
    8. Eyes of the World 18:59
    9. Don't Climb on the fence, idiot! :23
    10. Promised Land 3:13
    11. Deal 4:49
    Total Time: 56:38

    *****CD2:
    1. Playin' In The Band -> 22:38
    2. Scarlet Begonias -> 8:15
    3. Playin' In The Band Reprise 5:44
    ***2nd Set***
    4. Phil & Ned 16:30
    Total Time: 53:13


    *****CD3:
    1. Uncle John's Band 11:15
    2. Black Peter 10:38
    3. El Paso 4:21
    4. Chatter :15
    5. Loose Lucy 5:15
    6. Big River 5:01
    7. Ship of Fools 6:31
    8. Me & My Uncle 2:50
    9. Row Jimmy 8:03
    Total Time: 54:16

    *****CD4:
    1. Sugar Magnolia -> 6:36
    2. He's Gone -> 12:08
    3. Truckin' -> 13:52
    4. Spanish Jam -> 7:01
    5. Other One Jam -> 4:38
    6. The Other One -> 5:37
    7. Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad -> 6:15
    8. Sunshine Daydream 2:43

    9. E: U.S. Blues 5:33

    Total Time: 64:27

    I will DEFINITELY put this bad mama jama up later tonight.... Thank you for the Grate suggestion, Jerry!!

    And I agree that 2/24/86 was exceptionally good, especially for an '86 show.



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    Holy Dead Show Bat Doc! :1244::haha:

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    Roosevelt Stadium - Jersey City, NJ - 8-6-1974

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    Okay, this is not as "clean" as the previously-noted recording. Part of that recording has been released as Dick's Picks Volume 31 (a pretty brutal hack job mashing three shows together from 8/4, 8/5 and 8/6, IMHO, and a shame that it results in no shareware copy). Please read the "liner notes" below for explanations on this recording. I am just glad the Playin' --> Scarlet --> Playin' sandwich appears to be preserved!

    Enjoy!!

    Grateful Dead

    Tuesday, August 6, 1974
    Roosevelt Stadium - Jersey City, NJ
    AUD / 1
    MR>R>DAT>HD>Soundforge>SHN>CD


    Recorded by Neil Merin using an unknown mic (mono) onto a
    Uhrer 5" reel deck. Neil's batteries were showing signs of
    failing in set two so he tried to conserve power by not taping
    a few mid set songs. Even so, by the end of Truckin' the
    recording tape speed slowed and thus the playback pitch rises.

    The end of the show plus other missing parts from Neil's tapes
    are supplied by Ihor Slabicky's recording (AUDMC>DAT>HD>
    Soundforge>SHN>CD). Ihor recorded with AKG d190e mics
    onto a Sony TC-152sd deck.The use of Ihor's master is
    indicated with an asterisk .

    Analog to digital transfers done by Noah Weiner.


    DISC ONE:
    set one-a:
    1 Bertha 5:11
    2 Mexicali Blues 3:21
    3 Don't Ease Me In 3:21
    4 Beat It On Down The Line 3:19
    5 Sugaree 7:24
    6 Jack Straw 5:26
    7 Eyes Of The World 18:50
    8 Promised Land 3:08
    9 Deal 4:48

    total time: 54:48


    DISC TWO:
    set one-end:
    1 Playin' In The Band> 22:36
    2 Scarlet Begonias> 8:06
    3 Playin' In The Band 5:40
    4 Fireworks* 6:21
    5 Phil and Ned* 15:21

    total time: 58:04

    * from AUDMC>DAT>HD>Soundforge>SHN>CD

    note: tape flip between fireworks and Phil and Ned


    DISC THREE:
    set two-a:
    1 crowd* 3:53
    2 Uncle John's Band 10:51
    3 Black Peter* 10:55
    4 El Paso* 5:13
    5 Loose Lucy* 5:48
    6 Big River 4:45
    7 Ship Of Fools 6:45
    8 Me And My Uncle 3:15
    9 Row Jimmy 8:46

    total time: 60:11

    * from AUDMC>DAT>HD>Soundforge>SHN>CD


    DISC FOUR:
    set two-end:
    1 Sugar Magnolia> 6:45
    2 He's Gone> 11:55
    3 Truckin'>* 13:47
    4 Spanish Jam>* 6:53
    5 Other One>* 10:25
    6 Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad>* 5:31
    7 Sugar Magnolia* 4:29
    encore:
    8 U.S. Blues* 6:27

    total time: 66:12

    * from AUDMC>DAT>HD>Soundforge>SHN>CD
    note: begins 5:07 into Truckin' where Merin's
    batteries begin to show signs of failing.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonfyc View Post
    holy dead show bat doc! :1244::haha:
    bowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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    Thanks Lou for picking up on my not so subliminal "hint hint" and posting this show. You know Nell had to be gripping realizing the batteries going dead. In hindsight I bet Nell regretted recording "Phil n Ned" and wasting valuable battery juice cause in my opinion that has always been complete garbage. I'm gonna go to the computer now and put that baby on my BlackBerry. Oh, did you listen to Bob scold that guy for climbing that fence? He sounded mad unlike when he plays everyones favorite game "on the count of 3, step back"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrygonguitar View Post
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    Thanks Lou for picking up on my not so subliminal "hint hint" and posting this show. You know Nell had to be gripping realizing the batteries going dead. In hindsight I bet Nell regretted recording "Phil n Ned" and wasting valuable battery juice cause in my opinion that has always been complete garbage. I'm gonna go to the computer now and put that baby on my BlackBerry. Oh, did you listen to Bob scold that guy for climbing that fence? He sounded mad unlike when he plays everyones favorite game "on the count of 3, step back"
    Initial impressions after the first half of set one (CD1):
    • The first thing I noticed was the great energy, starting with Bertha.
    • Bob seems even more lively than usual.
    • Sugaree was AWESOME! Again, Jerry had great energy, especially during the refrains and the solo.
    • Deal had received much praise, and it did not disappoint.

    Impressions after the second half of set one (CD2):
    • Playin' --> Scarlet --> Playin': WOW...just WOW.
    • Scarlet is one of those Dead tunes I do not mind when they go up-tempo (unlike Fire or Eyes or China Doll); this version was definitely hoppin'.
    • I always love the crowd reaction at the start of a Playin' refrain.
    • Phil 'n Ned is a giant waste of tape. LOL

    Impressions after the first half of set two (CD3):
    • This set is just tight and solid; the pinnacle of live Dead from a musical aesthetics perspective.
    • Jerry sounds especially soulful; I have read that the band was Grately affected by the political events furiously swirling at the time (the President Nixon "smoking gun tape just came out, and President Nixon would resign from Office on August 8).
    • I continue to be amazed at Bob's energy, especially on lead vocals--that is a high bar as Bob always seemed to "bring it".
    • Mars is one of my favorite studio albums, so I am loving this concert!

    Impressions after the second half of set two (CD4):
    • It's not jelly; it's jam, jam, jam! Talk about a representative example of the jamming sound that characterized the earlier Dead: this is like a straight hour of playing!
    • Angry Bob is an effn RIOT!
    • JAMJAMJAM!!!!!!!
    Last edited by louwiid; 01-12-2010 at 06:37 PM.

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