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|Description||12/26/70 - Grateful Dead|
Legion Stadium - El Monte, CA
SBD -> Master Reel -> Cassette -> Dat -> CD -> EAC -> Samplitude v7.02 Professional -> SHN
(2 Discs Audio / 2 Discs SHN)
SBD -> Master Reel -> ? -> Dat -> SHN
Edited and Patched By Charlie Miller
The following songs have patches in them:
Easy Wind, Till The Morning Comes, Truckin', Black Peter, Morning Dew and China->Rider.
This patch is better than the patch that was on my CD's, which is why I re-did it.
d1t01 - Cold Rain And Snow
d1t02 - Mama Tried
d1t03 - The Frozen Logger
d1t04 - Easy Wind
d1t05 - Till The Morning Comes
d1t06 - Truckin'
d1t07 - Friend Of The Devil
d1t08 - Me And My Uncle
d1t09 - Candyman
d1t10 - Big Railroad Blues
d1t11 - New Minglewood Blues
d1t12 - Black Peter
d1t13 - Beat It On Down The Line
d2t01 - Morning Dew
d2t02 - Casey Jones
d2t03 - Dire Wolf
d2t04 - China Cat Sunflower ->
d2t05 - I Know You Rider
d2t06 - Good Lovin'
d2t07 - Uncle John's Band
length expanded size cdr WAVE probs filename
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136:31.37 1444980304 B (totals for 20 files)
|Last seeder||Last activity 34 days, 04:11:17 ago|
|Size||816.27 MB (855921725 Bytes)|
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|Thank you very much! I had a butchered copy on a 90 min tape I got about 20 years ago. It will be nice to hear the whole show. Thanks again. :)
|This is a killer show! Thank you very much.
|Thanks for this killer show Crankster! All the 1970 stuff has been great,so thanks again.Cheers!!!!
|I don't think there are any 1970 recordings where Pigpen's keyboards are up front. In those 1966 and 1967 shows there was a lot of Pigpen's organ.
By 1970, Pigpen's organ was so low in the mix, it's unbelievable how far back it was. This show is no exception. He definitely was playing during some tunes such as "Morning Dew" and "Casey Jones" but you'd never know it unless you strain your hearing quite a bit!!
|What a wondeful show! Obviosly an "on" night even though it's not a marathon show. Jerry and Bobby's interation peaks on this one quite a bit. Thanks for hookin' us all up
|"By 1970, Pigpen's organ was so low in the mix, it's unbelievable how far back it was."
Which is a REAL shame, because I thought Pig's organ was the heart (get it, a Pig's heart?), of the truly "psychedelic"/zany, madhouse, funworld Grateful Dead sound of late '66 and early to mid '67. Some of those jams were so freaky and ecstatic and Pig was *right there* filling and fueling the madness with the whacky, warbling, swirling, "we're going to the moon, Alice! [...D]" kinda bizarre organ twists and turns. I think *Pig was a bona fide organ player*! Does anyone think I'm way off on this? Hey, the guy could play, was competent, confident, and often extremely soulful and dramatic and understated and bluesy and poignant, whatever the situation called for. Listen to some Morning Dews, he's *right there*, soulful and touching and bring a tear to your eye bluesy, appropriate organ fills and he kenw how to play behind the vocalist or step out during jams. WTF!?! So he perhaps wasn't familiar with avant-garde jazz or Stockhausen or Cage, so freaking what!?! that's NOT the point! The pint is to play appropriately and passionately in the mix and PigPen did that extremely well, IMO. I'm not sure at all what Phil was thinking when they wanted to kick him out of the band (I have to think Phil was the main instigator and he kinda coerced Jerry to go along with him. I could be wrong, but I doubt it...) Pig set the standard for Dead keyboards and *I think Pig played some of the best, most soulful, and truly the most psychedelic of all Dead keyboardists* (and dead keyboardists...). Funny thing is: I'M NOT EVEN A HUMONGOUS PIGPEN BOOSTER! I have never thought that the Dead should have quit after PigPen died, or that it was PigPen's band or any of that rubbish I often hear from people I talk to the Dead about. His vocals were often great and sometimes cringe-inducing. His harp sometimes great and sometimes grating, but his organ playing was really, really good, even fantastic at times, IMO. Let's hear it for a critical revision of the notion that Pig couldn't play keyboards or was somehow inferior: RUBBISH, B/S, POPPYCOCK!!! PigPen was the best psychedelic keyboarist and at times as soulful as any who followed (and he didn't even need psychedelics to do it!!!). Let's pitch in to dispel this ugly rumour regarding Pig's musical ability on keyboards.
BTW: Pig, wherever you are, "Hey Jude" shoulda never happened... atrocious! We love you anyway and always!
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