|Show||Grateful Dead @ Carousel Ballroom 1968-02-14 [sbd.kaplan.15640]|
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|Torrent||gd1968-02-14.sbd.kaplan.15640.sbeok.shnf.torrent (click to download)|
|db link||http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=15640 | Show | Source|
|Description||Grateful Dead |
San Francisco, CA
+ Midnight Hour patched with: FM>Reel>Reel>DAT>CDR
1. ...Morning Dew 6:25
2. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 12:36
3. Dark Star > 5:57
4. China Cat Sunflower > 3:01
5. The Eleven > 6:26
6. Turn On Your Lovelight 9:07
1. Cryptical Envelopment > 2:23
2. The Other One > 3:08
3. Cryptical Envelopment > 3:58
4. New Potato Caboose > 8:37
5. Born Cross-Eyed > 6:27
6. Spanish Jam 8:39
1. Alligator > 8:45
2. Ja//m > 8:32
3. Caution > 9:40
4. Feedback 10:13
5. E: In The Midnight Hour 11:50
There is a cut in the Jam on all circulating copies
Thanks to AJL & Tony C (Ttazzz@aol.com) for the Seed Disks
Eac/Shn by Seth Kaplan from Tony C's audio
|Last seeder||Last activity 60 days, 10:20:46 ago|
|Size||717.05 MB (751880876 Bytes)|
|Num files||22 files|
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|0 seeders, 1 leecher = 1 peer total|
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|seeded source 2267 not so long ago, and since a friend helped me grab this version over on LL, i up it here for anyone interested; rumour has it a kind sharer will be continuing the '68 run since apart from a few sources that are already active on the tracker, i have exhausted my '68 archive; always fun, enjoy
so far ...
1968-01-17 CAROUSEL BALLROOM  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507947
1968-01-22 EAGLE'S AUD.  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507629
1968-01-27 EAGLE'S AUD.  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507630
1968-02-02 CRYSTAL BALLROOM  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=504668
1968-02-03 CRYSTAL BALLROOM  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507705
1968-02-14 CAROUSEL BALLROOM  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=508006
1968-02-14 CAROUSEL BALLROOM  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=508217
1968-06-19 CAROUSEL BALLROOM  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=504904
1968-08-21 FILLMORE WEST  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507638
1968-08-22 FILLMORE WEST  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507655
1968-09-02 BETTY NELSON'S FARM  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507728
1968-10-08 MATRIX  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507854
1968-10-08 MATRIX  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507875
1968-10-13 AVALON BALLROOM  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507758
1968-10-20 GREEK THEATRE  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507794
1968-12-07 BELLARMINE COLLEGE  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=505136
1968-12-16 MATRIX  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507912
1968-12-21 SHRINE  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=507936
1968-12-29 GULFSTREAM PARK RACETRACK  http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=505304
|What are the differences between this and sbd.2267.shn?
This appears to take 3 discs rather than two.
Looks like the Born Cross Eyed is longer (is it?) and many of the other tunes are tracked a little differently.
How does sound compare? I have had sbd.2267.shn for a few years.
|i think the differences are mostly in the way both were tracked, for instance, in the 15640 source, for some reason the beginning of spanish jam is tracked with born crosseyed, and the alligator through feedback is definitely tracked differently in both sources, and a few other examples like that, and from what i can gather there is one less DAT in the 15640, however, to my ears, they both sound the same in terms of sonic quality; and so i wouldn't really sweat over it if you have one source or the other, it's a brilliant show altogether and a great display of the band's acid explorations
|Does this contain the ending to Midnight Hour and the radio dj announcements that aired after the song finished?
Back in the 1980's only set 2 circulated because set 1 was not FM broadcast. The 90 min tapes all had the end of Midnight Hour cut off. Then when they came out with the 100 min blanks, there was a version of this show in circulation that had the complete Midnight Hour and some dj's talking after the show ended about it being live from the Carousel and some other stuff.
|Jumping on to help seed! :-)
|John_Doe wrote: "Does this contain the ending to Midnight Hour and the radio dj announcements that aired after the song finished?"
yes to both your queries
cletus_boy wrote: "Jumping on to help seed! :-)"
very cool, thanks friend!
|I believe this is the night Jerry pushed Phil down the backstairs of The Carousel because Phil, caught up in a lysergic moment, had momentarily stopped playing at one point. Despite that, this was one of Phi's favorite nights...
|Is this an upgrade to the source of the same show that was seeded a week ago? It's source goes: MR>DAT>DAT>CD>EAC>SHN
And it has supplemental tracks that have been de-hissed -- your choice on which to use.
|A comment at the Live Music Archive claims that the Morning Dew (included both here and in the previously seeded source) is actually the opener from 1/14/1967 - "The Great Human Be-In" at Golden Gate Park. Checking the databases for 2/14/68's setlist reveals a disparity: Deadlists includes the song while Deadbase does not.
Does anyone know if a consensus has been reached one way or the other, or is it just one of those mysteries lost to the days between?
|tobagginoggin wrote: "Does anyone know if a consensus has been reached one way or the other, or is it just one of those mysteries lost to the days between?"
if the question has been raised as to the validity of the morn' dew track that is included with 2/14/68, i can't really say whether it does or does not belong with the show, and it may very well be one of those unsolvable mysteries; however, i will say that the morn' dew that is part of 1/14/67 clocks in at 9'11, whereas the 2/14/68 morn' dew clocks in at 6'25; also, if you listen to the two versions side-by-side (i chose the last minute of each track) they are clearly two different versions; hope this helps
|Thanks Arbuthnot for the seed and the reply. Buth are appreciated.
|any seeders out there? Thanks!
|"I believe this is the night Jerry pushed Phil down the backstairs of The Carousel because Phil, caught up in a lysergic moment, had momentarily stopped playing at one point. Despite that, this was one of Phi's favorite nights..."
"A Long Strange Trip" says this event happened after the Detroit shows, which would make the date March 29, 30, or 31. Anybody know which show for sure? I bet no one knows. I'd love to hear that show. It could have been this one, however, since they say they used music from the show of which the aforementioned event occured. But then again, they also used music from the aformentioned March dates at the Carousel. I'll send a check for $1 to the person who PROVES to me which show this occured and also seeds the recording. How's that for an offer!!!!
|If the difference between the two sources recently seeded of this show is just track listings, why are they significantly different file sizes?
|^^Nevermind. The other has supplemental tracks with hiss reduction - as it says in the description - somehow I prefer the originals. Oh how I've wasted my time posting these messages!
|Wow this is moving fast for having been up here for awhile.
I guess it's because it's the 40 year anniversary.
Thanks to the seeders that are around still providing it.
Somehow I never got it before.
Actually judging from the original comment it looks like there are a few other gaps I can fill in my 68 collection also.