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|Description||Grateful Dead |
East Rutherford, NJ
June 17, 1991
SBD + AUD Matrix Mix (60%-SBD/40%-AUD)
01 [00:55] Tuning >
02 [15:02] Eyes Of The World >
03 [07:00] Walkin' Blues
04 [06:10] Brown Eyed Women >
05 [01:33] Dark Star Tease >
06 [06:25] Masterpiece
07 [09:15] Loose Lucy
08 [07:12] Cassidy >
09 [06:23] Might As Well
01 [02:59] Tuning/St. Jam >
02 [07:02] Saint Of Circumstance >
03 [07:55] Ship Of Fools >
04 [01:18] Dark Star Jam >
05 [06:57] Truckin' >
06 [10:00] New Speedway Boogie >
07 [13:19] Uncle John's Band >
08 [06:12] Dark Star Jam >
09 [12:12] Drums >
01 [08:26] Space >
02 [05:17] China Doll >
03 [04:35] Playin' (Reprise)
04 [11:54] Sugar Magnolia
05 [06:01] The Weight
SBD: Master Dat (44.1k) > Dat Clone
Transfer Info: Dat (Sony R500) > SEK'D Prodif Plus > Samplitude
v7.02 Professional -> SHN
Via: The immortal, unstoppable Charlie Miller
FOB: B&K 4011's > Neumann BS48i power supplies > Aiwa/HHB1Pro DAT
Taper: Curtis Claymont
Location: "Sweet Spot" FOB, DFC
SHNs were decoded to wave and SF 6.0 was used to reassemble
the tracks back to 1 long wave. CEP2.0 was used to align &
synch both of the sources. CEP2.0 used to adjust the volume
for the SBD & AUD. This is a 60% SBD, 40% AUD mix.
- Mixed by firstname.lastname@example.org
- FLAC conversion done 17-JUN-2005
- Artwork by email@example.com 300dpi - For best results print
at the highest resolution onto glossy photo paper. Design
for use with a clear slim double jewel case.
d1t09 approx 0.621 seconds of crowd cheer missing after the
last song and before Bob Weir's comments "We'll be back in a
little bit". Strange. The AUD was trimmed to match and the
result is smooth and undetectable.
d1t08 at 51:57.173 the levels increase by approx +6db on the
FOB. I reduced the levels to match the rest of the recording
by doing a gradual decrease in gain. This smooth and is most
d2t09 Level drop significantly on the FOB from 57:36.956 to
57:47.500 for a total of 10.544. Doing a gradual increase
in gain I raised this low level portion +10db. This smooth
and is most likely undetectable.
d2t09 13.220 seconds missing of drums, just before space is
about to start on the SBD source. This is not only very
difficult to explain why but was really hard to find exactly
where to make a patch. I was finally able to get a good
idea where this was and patch it with the FOB. This smooth
and most likely undetectable.
I felt it worthy to include a few observations/opinions.
This is another strange 1991 SBD. Let me explain. Quite
a few digital SBD's for the 1991 year are in circulation.
I am sure some of you have noticed a sorta strange sound
quality to them. What makes them sound they way they do
is unknown to me. I'd call them too digital. They tip-
toe along the edge of blurry. If I had to guess I would
think a portable DAT deck was being fed an analog signal
into the line in. And although the levels were set
appropriately the deck was overloaded by 'too hot' a feed
from the SBD.
This 1991 SBD source is very similar to many other 1991
shows. 4/27/91, 6/22/91, 8/16/91, 9/8/91 thru 9/18/91 to
name a few. These sources have a good mix and are clear as
a bell, yes, but also sound too digital. Too much of a
hard edge to them. Perhaps the decks were overloaded,
maybe it was a poor A to D chip.
The FOB used for this mix is excellent. An 'in-your-face'
recording with a nice rowdy feel to it. A great compliment
to the SBD. While it doesn't completely 'fix' the overly
digital sound of the SBD it does help.
A good listening spot. Check out where it sounds as if the
Dead are about to head into Dark Star in the middle of
the first set. Listen to the crowd reaction to Dark Star
and then when they break to Masterpiece. This is really fun
in 5.1 and on the matrix. A great moment in GD history.
I remember wondering to myself if this was going to be a
long 1 set show like Foxboro 1987. After opening the show
with Eyes Of The World and then this Dark Star exploration,
there was really a feeling of anything could happen.
Good show, over rated show, Vince or not, what can and should
be said is this show it is truly an extraordinarily unique
Grateful Dead performance.
This show is available in the following formats:
1. The straight DSBD and FOB: B&K 4011's
2. SBD + AUD Matrix Mix at 16/44 CD-Audio
3. SBD + AUD Matrix Mix at 24/96 DVD-Audio
4. SBD + AUD DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Surround Sound
5. SBD + AUD DVD-Audio 5.1 Surround Sound
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|Size||888.64 MB (931802771 Bytes)|
|Num files||30 files|
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|I was at this show, and it was great. The eyes opener, and if you listen they tease dark star a number of times not just before masterpiece. You definetely felt that anything could happen.
|Thanks Bill for these last two. Hopping on to help seed.
|It absolutely was a "what are they going to pull out of the hat next?" kind of night. Took my mom to the show. I'd include a picture of her dancing in her brand new tie dye, but I'm in the background - overweight, shirtless, and wearing a pair of swim that looked uncomfortably like a pair of boxers. :-) :-\
|er, that should be "swim trunks".
|the EYES opener Video is up on yahoo video....SICK show
|Does anyone have a sbd of the Giants Stadium show from 79, where the guy committed suicide? I'd love to get a copy of that to give to my Uncle for Chanukkah, it's his favorite show.
|They didn't play Giants Stadium in 79. Are you talking about 9-2-78? After that show they didn't play there again until 87. I have a copy of that 78 show but it doesn't sound that great.
|this show is fantastic. the new speedway boogie is a particular highlight. i played in on the radio like a month ago (i do the Kansas City grateful dead hour). had no idea there was a mtx out there.
|You're right. The show is from 9/02/78 and I've got an AUD copy although it sounds horrible, on archive.org there's a SBD but I can only stream it, not download. Does anyone have this by any chance?
|Eyes opener Yahoo video link:
|This has been for years, and now remains, my ALL time favorite Dead show in the 'Post brent' era. The playing is very, very spirited... and the band seems to be clicking on all cylinders. The setlist does NOT do this show justice at first glance, it is a show you have to hear to understand. There are Dark Star teases throughout the show... mostly by Bruce. Perhaps 20 of them total... many. many more than just the pre-Masterpiece and pre-Truckin teases.
|Where is the 5.1 DTS link?? I love this show..
|not only is this the best post-brent show, an argument can be made that this is the best dead show ever performed.
the person making that argument may not be right, they may not even win the argument in question...
but they can still MAKE the argument with a straight face, see what i mean.
this show holds its own with any show from europe '72, nov. 73, may '77, may '80, spring '85, summer '89, etc. that you can throw at it: spirited playing, genius setlist, quirky teases
|thanks to the reseeder, whoever you are!!
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