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|Show||Grateful Dead - Metro Sports Center, Bloomington MN - 10/23/73 [SBD.18899]|
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|Torrent||gd73-10-23.sbd.goetz.18899.shnf.torrent (click to download)|
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|Description||Metropolitan Sports Center|
23 October 1973
01. China Cat>
02. I Know you Rider
04. Nobody's Jam>
06. Other One>
09. WRS Prelude>
10. WRS Part 1>
11. Let It Grow
12. Sugar Magnolia
13. Casey Jones
14. Saturday Night
A little one disc wonder borrowed from M. Goetz.
eac>shn by Morgan Evans
Needs 1x80 minute cd
The tracking is different than either etree source (2130 and 18227)
and it has an additional song (OMSN).
This made me get on tol and download Casey Jones from the Todd Norman source
and found that the actual waveforms match what I have in amplitude and
frequency so it would be my assumption that they came from the same DAT and
then were just tracked different when converted. Was OMSN just left off the
other 2 sources??? It's not listed on deadlists or the original Compedium.
I listened to the transition on head phones and examined the wave very
closely in cool edit and I can not find any evidence of a splice.
sbe verifed okay by Kevin Tobin (email@example.com)
uploaded to /tol on 8/2/03
torrent note: the info files on db.etree.org refer to very non-standard file names. I've fixed up the file names and modified the info and fingerprint files to match the modifications.
D:\3>shntool len *.shn
length expanded size cdr WAVE probs filename
7:42.49 81612092 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t01.shn
5:23.00 56977244 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t02.shn
7:35.50 80379644 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t03.shn
2:51.32 30239708 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t04.shn
6:19.15 66890924 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t05.shn
4:05.57 43352108 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t06.shn
2:02.23 21574940 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t07.shn
4:11.34 44356412 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t08.shn
2:52.09 30362012 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t09.shn
2:54.63 30841820 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t10.shn
10:44.49 113716892 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t11.shn
9:05.14 96170972 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t12.shn
4:36.28 48752300 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t13.shn
4:54.43 51962780 --- -- -xx gd1973-10-23d1t14.shn
75:19.16 797189848 B (totals for 14 files, 0.5343 o
verall compression ratio)
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|Size||406.22 MB (425956353 Bytes)|
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|We've only had access to even parts of this show in the new millennium. There's a lot to like here, especially in the wandering path between Truckin and WRS. Enjoy this!
|Thanks for sharing, one more missing piece filled in in my "all the Minnesota shows" collection.
|Met Center site = site of the Ikea store nowadays (in case anybody was wondering). Maybe someone can explain why the North Stars became the Stars (as opposed to the much more Texas-appropriate Lone Stars) when they moved to TX.
Oh, also: Thanks for the seed.
|If memory serves, Phil loses his cool. Great setlist, but the jam itself isn't as memorable as a lot of other ones in the fall.
|yeah october 73 thanks alot
|love october-december 1973
|The Stars thing:
How can they be Lone if there are more than one of them?
Thanks for the torrent
|The Stars thing:
the team just dropped the "North" when they moved, presumably because it didn't make sense in a state that was part of the Confederacy (the South) and that comprises a thousand miles of the U.S. border with Mexico (the southern border). Since it is the Lone Star State, I guess plain ol' Stars works--a lot better than Lakers out in Los Angeles.
|I don't suppose that "Wang Dang Dang Doodle" which was soundchecked on 10/23 and you can download in mp3 form from the Taper's Section can fit on this? I'm guessing not, because this requires an 80 minute disc as it is, and I think it's six minutes or so.
|Yeah, I get it - Minnesota is in the north and Texas is in the south. I learned that in college. However, I am specifically wondering why "Lone" was left off the name when the team was moved to the friggin' Lone Star state. The argument that the singular "Lone" doesn't very well describe a team is fairly good.
Maybe there were concerns about trademark, perhaps with Lone Star beer. No kidding: There was a wild rice online store called "Minnesota Wild" already in business when the new MN hockey team was founded, and the original "Minnesota Wild" launched a legal jihad on the NHL team as soon as the new team name was announced. After several tense months the store bargained for rights to set up retail kiosks at the Wild games or something like that.
Oh, oops, I guess I got off topic.
|hell yeah for all the minnesota shows. my collection is growing. but i still don't think i have everything. one of my favorites is the dicks picks 4/27/69 at the mpls labor temple.
hell yeah minnesota.
|I thought the MN North Stars moved to CA around 1992 and became the Anaheim Ducks. I don't know how they got to Texas but they dropped the name when they left MN, didn't they?
|North Stars moved and started playing as the Stars in 1993. The Mighty Ducks started playing in Anaheim I think the same year. Living in Iowa at the time, I was pulling for the North Stars to beat the Pens in 1990--I mean, from losing season to Stanley Cup finals in the same year, what better way to top it than winning it all? They didn't, though.
I don't know if there was a trademark issue with Lone Star beer--it would seem hard to confuse the beer with the hockey team, but then, after enough of each, who knows? I think pimphand's explanation above was pretty definitive! :o)
Man, does Phil lose his cool! I'm wondering if the security guys took the combatant off: "That's it for you! You're through!" His adrenaline sure seemed to be pumping.
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