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|Description||JERRY GARCIA BAND |
Disc One - Set One (57:02)
01 The Harder They Come
02 Mission in the Rain
03 Simple Twist of Fate
04 Tore Up Over You
06 Mystery Train
Disc Two - Set Two (75:36)
02 Love in the Afternoon
03 I Second That Emotion
04 Russian Lullaby
05 They Love Eachother
06 I'll Be With Thee
07 Midnight Moonlight
09 Encore: Rhapsody in Red
AUD Source: Unknown MAC > CD, discs provided by Jim Wise.
Transfer: CDR > EAC > WavMerge > Soundforge > CD-Wave >
TLH > FLAC, February 2007 by Andrew F.
ShnID-4473 supplies d1t01 and d1t02. Before Simple Twist,
the taper can be heard saying he was busted and had to
move to re-start taping. Compared to ShnID-4473, this
source sounds further back, but does have nice clarity.
ShnID-4473 also supplies a tape-flip patch; from 16:43 of
Russian Lullaby (crowd noise at end) thru 0:14 of TLEO.
There's some minor tape-speed problems in the following
spots: in Midnight Moonlight, 2:56 > 2:59, 4:40 > 4:42,
4:58 > 5:00; and Rhapsody in Red at 7:27.
The files were combined with WavMerge and re-tracked with
CD-Wave. Soundforge was used to make fades, patch the
tape-flip, correct the pitch, and adjust the levels. Also,
the levels of the ShnID-4473 tracks were raised to match.
length expanded size cdr WAVE problems filename
11:16.05 119258204 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d1t01.flac
9:04.43 96062780 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d1t02.flac
12:20.58 130672460 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d1t03.flac
9:23.12 99341468 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d1t04.flac
6:26.67 68248028 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d1t05.flac
8:31.27 90203948 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d1t06.flac
0:31.29 5536652 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d2t01.flac
11:36.72 122943788 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d2t02.flac
11:19.28 119841500 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d2t03.flac
17:05.00 180810044 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d2t04.flac
7:45.57 82160108 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d2t05.flac
5:32.72 58734188 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d2t06.flac
11:33.63 122393420 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d2t07.flac
1:46.47 18808988 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d2t08.flac
8:24.30 88976204 --- -- ---xx jgb1978-03-12d2t09.flac
132:39.10 1403991780 B (totals for 15 files, 0.5495 overall compression ratio)
There were no sector boundary errors.
|Last seeder||Last activity 1 day, 22:55:36 ago|
|Size||735.82 MB (771567599 Bytes)|
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|Thanks, always like new sources and from march of 1978...mmm...
|Un known aud means(just to be sure) that Jim Wise did not tape this , as I read , correct???
awesome anyway!!! thank you
|wow...a new source for a great show loike this is ALWAYS a pleasure to d/l.
Big thanks for the up!!!
|"Unknown aud means(just to be sure) that Jim Wise did not tape this , as I read , correct???"
Yes, correct. Jim lent me a spindle of discs. The only info was that they were MAC > CD transfers. This date was before he starting taping shows himself...
thank you and thanks for this!
|Looks yummy. Thanks for the seed.
Another grovel for Boston 3/14/78...please?!
|I attended this show. It ended at 5 am. Openers were Hunter (with "Comfort") and the New Riders. Jerry didn't take the stage until almost 2 am.
|Thanks for this. This is a tremendous show. I *love* the circulating tape of it but will gladly add an alternate source.
|"I attended this show. It ended at 5 am. Openers were Hunter (with "Comfort") and the New Riders. Jerry didn't take the stage until almost 2 am."
Thanks for the comment; I forgot to add that info to the text file. For trivia buffs, 5AM may be the latest that JGB played a gig. Although the show started on 3-12, all of JGB's set was actually played on 3-13. Jerry also gives a nice introduction to I'll Be With Thee, which I guess was pretty rare for him too...
|Thanks to all involved....
|I was at this show as well. It was a night I'll never forget. I was attending Stony Brook at the time, and my good friend turned 20 on 3/13, so we were fired up (and so was Jerry), to say the least. Jerry played like he was possessed. I am excited to check out this new source. Thanks to all
|Thanks a lot!!!
|Thank you for leaving the seed open ~ A couple of days later at 2kb was quite the stretch REALLY appreciate it.
Was at this show, brings back a lot of fun memorys hanging with the home town crowd.
Can't wait to listen and send some back.
|i have not heard a better mission of simple twist of fate - so emotive. thanks!
|mission OR simple twist of fate.
|This was the second concert I ever attended. I was 15 and a beginning deadhead. I went without a ticket figuring to scalp with 3 friends who had tickets. I found a scalper and bought my ticket for $10. When I got to the door with my friends they got in, but I was stopped by security, as a matter of fact there were a few of us who got stopped. The tickets were fakes. Foolishly we tried to rush the gate but were stopped. Then I found someone else who was burned by the scalper and we went back to where we bought the ticket to get our money back. He was already being taken away in an ambulance. Now my new friend and I still were on the outside, so we begin to look for an alternate way in. We went around to the back of the arena, but we couldn't get in the back entrance because we didn't have any passes. We begged them to let us in, but we were out of luck. Somewhere along the way we found some bottles of booze, (I have no idea what it was). As we were leaving th back of the Commack arena, we ran in to some people climbing a snow bank to the roof, and on the roof was a railing, and at the end of the railing 3/4 quarters of the way up was a hatch, AND IT WAS OPEN. A line of people climbed up the snow bank, along the railing, through the hatch and into the catwalk that was along the ceiling of the arena. There was a ladder down to the seats just to the right of the stage, almost behind it, we went down, as we were going down security noticed us and began coming up the aisle. I sat down and was right next to my 3 friends who I tried to get in with. This was one of the most exciting nights of my youg life, and whenver I see my friends we talk about it still!
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