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Glen Helen Regional Park
SBD: MC > DAT > CDR
From Jack Warner <email@example.com>
disc 1, set 1
02. Playin' in the Band >
03. Shakedown Street
04. New Minglewood Blues
05. Samson and Delilah
06. China Cat Sunflower >
07. I Know You Rider
Disc 2, set 2
02. Man Smart, Woman Smarter
03. Truckin' >
04. Drums/Space >
05. Not Fade Away >
06. Black Peter >
07. Sugar Magnolia
08. U.S. Blues
d1t1 AUD: ? > C and
d1t2 0:00 - 0:04 AUD: ? > C patched by Alan J. Fink
d1t7 cuts at 4:03
splice between NFA > Black Peter
length expanded size cdr WAVE problems filename
4:44.72 50266988 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d1t1.shn
6:02.55 63986204 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d1t2.shn
11:37.11 122976716 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d1t3.shn
10:50.45 114765884 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d1t4.shn
6:54.18 73071980 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d1t5.shn
5:11.21 54909836 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d1t6.shn
4:08.50 43864844 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d1t7.shn
11:32.73 122240540 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d2t1.shn
6:45.66 71597276 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d2t2.shn
7:23.16 78182876 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d2t3.shn
10:31.65 111461324 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d2t4.shn
6:07.17 64778828 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d2t5.shn
7:35.34 80342012 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d2t6.shn
8:38.44 91478732 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d2t7.shn
4:56.35 52296764 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d2t8.shn
5:58.57 63285308 --- -- ---xx gd82-09-05d2t9.shn
119:00.04 1259506112 B (totals for 16 files, 0.6638 overall compression ratio)
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|Lay back and spread ... breakfast in bed with the Grateful Dead ! (Phil)
morning show played by the boys.enjoy.i'll try to put up 8-8-82
tonight or before i head off to work wed.later.
|Sweet! I've heard this wasn't the best show, but I've always been curious about it. I'll give 'er a spin, thanks for the up!
|I can't seem to recall -- was the Montego Bay US Festival show also a breakfast show or did they come on stage much earlier?
|Innarestin' stuff. Thanks from the crank!
|Montego Bay Jerry plays a really nice sugaree, I think the Dead played to the sunrise at that one..
The US Fest was a morning show like 9am, and Very Hot, reading reviews from Deadbase I guess the crowd was kinda weird, mixed with Non-Dead types, and everyone seemed to be miserable in the humidity and dirt. I'm curious to listen to this. Sometimes I like when they have these unusual set list, ie: the 87 Dylan/Dead tour, those short sets are sometimes good a for a car ride, condensed and fun to listen too.. Not sure if they ever achive lift off at this gig, but Playin'>Shakedown, how bad can that be??
|You are correct creampuffwar, the Montego Bay show started around 3:30am.
I used to have a decent SBD of this show on cassette years ago. I remember it being a pretty darn good show considering Garcia had to get his ass on stage by 9:00am. If nothing else, the song selection is good.
|"but Playin'>Shakedown, how bad can that be??"
Well, you know the Dead, blowin' the big ones... As a musician, it makes complete sense. The first goal at a gig is to be in tune (musically), the second is to feel good, be comfortable (or, be in tuning mentally/emotionally/spiritually, etc.). The larger the crowd, the more difficult it is to feel like you're gonna be playing and communicating on intimate and comfortable levels, two important aspects of performer/audience relations. Obviously, that's why everyone dug the Acid Tests, right? Completely free of expectations, anything is OK, weirdness is not only accepted, but encouraged... Hey, that's why a lot of the times I used to play (back in the old days), basically we tried to make it as much like a "free-to-improvise on many levels" experience as possible. Obviously, if *you* are the one up on stage, there are certain requirements, or expectations, but try to make everything as comfortable and "cool" as possible. Playing to a bunch of people you can expect might not only not enjoy your music, but may actively dislike it is a tough gig. That's when you say, "*@%^ 'em if they can't take a joke!" Y'know? A friend of mine was there near the front during Ozzy's set, got pushed and cut on a piece of glass, serious enough that security put him up on stage. Ozzy walked right over to check him out mid-performance! He was a Deadhead, but as much into Ozzy and all that as the Dead, probably, so he was diggin' it. That might have been the day (year?) the Dead didn't play, not sure.
Anyway, breakfast, indeed! Like the time on Good Morning, America (or whatever it was) Bob was swatting at imaginary insects buzzing around his head during his interveiew with Jerry and some talking head (probably visual hallucinations from not getting enough sleep...).
I love stuff like this!
|THANKS! Indeed it was a unusual mix of folks,I slept "right outside the fence" at the entrance.There was like a dozen of us or so.Front row for this one.The boys were havin lots of tech problems.It still was a fun show! They had these huge water cannons in the back so you could cool down.After the show there was a mass exodus of deadheads,quite the specticle ,a mass of color headin for the exit.Ahh..................the memories.________And the '83 us fest was the one with the metal bands,Ozzy ect.Peace
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