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    Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland, CA, 2-14-1986

    Here is a nice show from the much-neglected year of 1986.

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    Grateful Dead
    02/14/86
    Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center
    Oakland, CA

    Lineage:
    SBD>PCM>Dat>Samplitude>Cool Edit Pro>CD

    Transfer Info:
    Sony R500>Behringer SRC2000>Dio 2448>Compaq 5452

    Editing Info:
    Simple Bass Lift
    Normalized to 98%
    1 second drop-out in Stranger removed
    1 second drop-out in Throwing Stones patched from Cassette Master source
    Numerous static pops removed form right channel during drums (pop/click eliminator)

    Recorded with Samplitude v5.9
    Edited with Cool Edit Pro v1.2
    Tracked with CDWave v1.71
    SHN'd with MKW v0.97 Beta1

    Dat provided by David Gans
    All transfering and editing done by Charlie Miller
    charliemiller87@earthlink.net
    7/25/02

    2 Discs audio
    2 discs shn

    Set 1:
    Tuning
    Feel Like A Stranger
    Cold Rain & Snow
    Mama Tried >
    Big River
    West L.A. Fadeaway
    Looks Like Rain
    Brown Eyed Women
    Let It Grow

    Set 2:
    Tuning
    Keep On Growing >
    Lost Sailor >
    Saint Of Circumstance >
    Terrapin Station >
    Drums >
    Space >
    Wharf Rat >
    Throwing Stones >
    Turn On Your Lovelight
    Encore:
    Brokedown Palace



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    Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium - Oakland, CA - 2/14/1988

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    No, this is not a typo. Same venue, two years later.

    Jerry, I am sure I know your thoughts on some of the songs from this era, i.e., Let It Grow and Cassidy just are not the same without Donna. I feel the same way about Lovelight sans Pig. C'est le Mort!

    Grateful Dead - February 14, 1988
    Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium - Oakland, CA

    Recording Info:
    SBD -> Cassette Master (Sony D5/TDK MA-R90)

    Transfer Info:
    Cassette Master (Nakamichi DR-1) -> Apogee MiniMe (24bit/48k) ->
    Samplitude Professional v9.1.1 -> Adobe Audition v1.5 -> FLAC/16
    (2 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

    All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
    charliemiller87@earthlink.net
    December 1, 2009

    Patch Info:
    Schoeps CMC3/MK41 -> Dat -> CD supplies:
    Space (0:00 - 0:09)

    Notes:
    -- Disc change is seamless
    -- This is a re-master of shnid=85909
    -- Thanks to Paul Scotton and Joani Walker for the tapes
    -- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction

    Set 1:
    d1t01 - Tuning
    d1t02 - Touch Of Grey
    d1t03 - Feel Like A Stranger ->
    d1t04 - Franklin's Tower ->
    d1t05 - Walkin' Blues
    d1t06 - When Push Comes To Shove
    d1t07 - Cassidy

    Set 2:
    d1t08 - Tuning
    d1t09 - China Cat Sunflower ->
    d1t10 - I Know You Rider ->
    d1t11 - Samson and Delilah
    d2t01 - Terrapin Station ->
    d2t02 - Drums ->
    d2t03 - Space ->
    d2t04 - I Need A Miracle ->
    d2t05 - Stella Blue ->
    d2t06 - Throwing Stones ->
    d2t07 - Turn On Your Lovelight

    Encore:
    d2t08 - The Mighty Quinn

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    I do love me a good Scarlet > Fire!

    This week's Deadpod features the second set of this classic show from the Spring of 1990, appropriately enough I suppose, from Canada, given the Olympics and all
    Brent really shines on this set, as is very apparent in the Scarlet->Fire transition and in the soulful Hey Jude... Jerry favors us with the very last version of 'Believe It Or Not'.. all in all a wonderful set of music...

    Grateful Dead 3/22/90
    Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, Ontario Canada

    Set2

    Scarlet Begonias >>
    Fire On The Mountain
    Samson & Delilah
    Believe It Or Not
    Truckin' >>
    Drums >>
    Space/Jam >>
    The Other One >>
    Hey Jude >>
    Sugar Magnolia

    Encore
    It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod021910.mp3

    My sincere thanks for your support my friends, be well.



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    I too loves me a good Scarlet Fire. But Lou you forgot to throw the Donna disclaimer in there. You know how much I enjoy the segue into Fire. So as you said last week with Cassidy, etc. Tough on the ears with a Scarlet without Donna. But I guess I'm not that old to broaden my horizons. Speaking of broadening the horizons, I'm not familiar with Believe it or not. Looking forward to giving that a listen

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    Well, I think I just received a healthy dose of Donna. My wife gave me Winterland '73 AND Winterland '77 for an anniversary gift.

    I was trying to say something positive. The Brent years are not exactly my favorite (due to his backing vocals--I think he sang over Jerry and Bob way too much) despite the fact that he may have been the most adept keyboard player the band ever had. I'll defer to you on the "not Donna" comments!

    Have a Grate weekend!


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    I too loves me a good Scarlet Fire. But Lou you forgot to throw the Donna disclaimer in there. You know how much I enjoy the segue into Fire. So as you said last week with Cassidy, etc. Tough on the ears with a Scarlet without Donna. But I guess I'm not that old to broaden my horizons. Speaking of broadening the horizons, I'm not familiar with Believe it or not. Looking forward to giving that a listen
    Last edited by louwiid; 02-19-2010 at 04:57 PM.



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    What a great wife, that's the best anniversary gift one could ask for. I checked those out on the Dead website that one night we were BBM'n, what material on them. I'm sure you listened to it the Dew is incredible cause the version on The Grateful Dead Movie obviously is the same and I love it. Anyway I liked that 1969 show you put up. Nice Other One. Oh speaking on great Other Ones, I may have mentioned this before but just in case, of you can check out 7/16/72 The Other One sandwiched in with He's Gone (you would think that the He's Gone wouldn't fit, it fits in perfectly) and than after that the reprise back in to The Other One. Whoa. And at about the 1 minute 23 second mark of the reprise pay close attention...nah you won't have to Phil's bass will reach out and grab you. Anyway the reason I've been quiet the last week is Linda (Mrs) was in the hospital for a few days. Fluid in the lungs. I'm guessing too many bong hits but what do I know I'm not a doctor. But she's all good now. She got out Friday morning. Got home and when she took a nap there was my opportunity to comment on Friday.

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    I will definitely check out that show.

    I am glad to hear Mrs. G is on the mend. I will send some positive beams your way!


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    What a great wife, that's the best anniversary gift one could ask for. I checked those out on the Dead website that one night we were BBM'n, what material on them. I'm sure you listened to it the Dew is incredible cause the version on The Grateful Dead Movie obviously is the same and I love it. Anyway I liked that 1969 show you put up. Nice Other One. Oh speaking on great Other Ones, I may have mentioned this before but just in case, of you can check out 7/16/72 The Other One sandwiched in with He's Gone (you would think that the He's Gone wouldn't fit, it fits in perfectly) and than after that the reprise back in to The Other One. Whoa. And at about the 1 minute 23 second mark of the reprise pay close attention...nah you won't have to Phil's bass will reach out and grab you. Anyway the reason I've been quiet the last week is Linda (Mrs) was in the hospital for a few days. Fluid in the lungs. I'm guessing too many bong hits but what do I know I'm not a doctor. But she's all good now. She got out Friday morning. Got home and when she took a nap there was my opportunity to comment on Friday.

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    We appreciate the beams Lou. Your name has been mentioned in the home many a time. Especially on Friday's when I play your Dead show you post. She will comment something to the effect of "hope its acoustic this week" She's more into the Workingmans Dead and American Beauty era. She loved the string of acoustic shows they played in the early 80's and the first set stuff from 69-70 where it was just Jerry and Bob. Monkey and the Engineer etc. Also as I was writing my last response I forgot where I was. I guess as I was writing I thought I switched to BBM so I hope that 1 sentence was ok for this site.

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