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March 24, 1987
Nakamichi CM-100's with CP-4 shotgun
capsules>>Sony D-5 cassette recorder
- located just at the right front lip
of the soundboard.
Recorded by Greg Holtz & Mike Rice
master cassette> tascam112mkII>presonus firestudio>firewire>Wavelab 6.0
a GEMS transfer at 32bf/96kHz
mastering and crystal resampler to 16/44.1 in Wavelab 6.0 by Jamie Waddell on the GEMS Edit Station.
Trac'ed cdwave,Flac'ed Flac Frontend level 8
a **GEMS** Production Originally seeded at Lossless Legs www.shnflac.net
- a MONSTER Terrapin, truly stunning.
Disc I - Set I
02 Jack Straw
04 Minglewood Blues
06 Mama Tried >
07 Mexicali Blues
08 Ramble On Rose
09 Let It Grow
Disc II - Set II
02 Gimme Some Lovin' >
03 Black Muddy River
04 Playin' In The Band >
05 Terrapin Station >
06 Drums >
07 Space >
08 Dear Mr. Fantasy >
09 Wharf Rat >
10 Not Fade Away
12 Brokedown Palace
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6:31.74 69146492 B --- -- ---xx flac 0.6764 gd87-03-24.GEMS.d1t02.flac
7:09.18 75717980 B --- -- ---xx flac 0.6595 gd87-03-24.GEMS.d1t03.flac
7:21.05 77804204 B --- -- ---xx flac 0.6891 gd87-03-24.GEMS.d1t04.flac
7:26.40 78768524 B --- -- ---xx flac 0.6744 gd87-03-24.GEMS.d1t05.flac
2:30.58 26596460 B --- -- ---xx flac 0.6901 gd87-03-24.GEMS.d1t06.flac
5:18.64 56245772 B --- -- ---xx flac 0.6865 gd87-03-24.GEMS.d1t07.flac
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10:38.09 112564412 B --- -- ---xx flac 0.7078 gd87-03-24.GEMS.d1t09.flac
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130:31.15 1381424604 B 0.6693 (21 files)
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|Size||881.75 MB (924581138 Bytes)|
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yer gonna like this one folks....
very very full sound..when i edited this i thought..really, this from nak100s? yep.
|I taped these shows, and I just wanted to confirm the source info. It states the location as front right lip of SBD. I was in the tapersection at the front at the rear right side of the SBD, and I swear I don't recall ever seeing open rigs in front. I know some PMC tapers were stealthing Schoeps and such way FOB, but a really am not sure this source location claim is possible. I could be wrong as it has been 21 years, but I don't think I am.
Great show !!
Thanks for posting !!
|i transferred em from the master casettes, so info is correct..
|i also taped these shows and i posted them up on here a few months ago . i was dead center behind the board in the tapers section and i can tell you there was no one taping with a open rig in front of the board . they started shutting everyone down from taping in front of the board in late 1985 . so the info is wrong about where the loaction of this recording is . i would say the guy taped it from the tapers pit ...thanks for the upload .joe
|must-have AUD :)
|ill ask the taper, but this location was for all three shows..his memory usually serves weLL.
|Hmmmm... well... I don't know about you guys...but we set up to the right of the sbd, pretty much at the front lip...a bit to the right...and did not get hassled at all. We stayed cool for the pre-show, and when it was lights out time, we got going, but did not raise our stand to 12' tall...we were just over head height...under 6'...and my buddy Mike Rice (RIP) was a tall guy, (about 6'5") so he was pretty good cover. If you were behind us, you could not see the rig. And we always draped the mics in a black shawl. At this show...no problems. We were always FOB in 82-84, but that was before OTS. A few years later we got hassled once for being a bit in front of the OTS...can't remember where that was, maybe at the Rosemont in Chicago...but a little brown vial solved that problem. Work with what ya got. The lineage for this recording is correct. Let your ears do the talking.
|Oh, yeah, now I remember, the little brown vial incident was not in Chicago, but it was at Alpine 89 - third show...the REAL rainy one...:-) After two nights out on the lawn, giving up our pavilion seats, on night 3 We set up RIGHT in FOB...guys at board saw what we were doin...so we struck a deal...I tried to pass them a patch cord in trade so we could get a board patch...no dice on that attempt..but they left us alone the rest of the night....
|As I always like to point out, there is a great audience dvd video of this show that circultes. Keep your eyes out for it...........TERRAPIN!!!!
|OOOOOPS!!!! And thank you so much for this show. Did all Hampton from '85 - '88! Good times!! Peace........
|I saw the Hampton's 85-92 and this TERRAPIN truly stands out, with the rest of the show being quite good as well. Even with Box and Visions in 86, Dark/Death/Attics in 89 as highlights, this stands out as Jerry pounds the the climax repeatedly before letting go for drumz. These "welcome back Jerry" shows had a joy that probably can't be fully captured by any tape. Knowing that GD shows would continue after the 86 coma led to roar after roar from the crowd. The songs were tight but not as improvisational; tours would continue!.
|yes - the Terrapin!!
The Let It Grow is also quite nice - at one point you can actually see JErry swoon!
Thanks for your efforts tapers & sharers, all of you.
|Saw Hampton thru Philly and have to say that all shows were solid. This Terrapin is HUGE though. Saw mention of an aud DVD. Can anyone direct me to this? Thank you for the post.
|for the taping location doubters, lest we forget that we deadheads are masters at doing things less than allowed, right in the face of security and as it shows here, other deadheads.
|I am surprised with everyone here.....this got over 250 completes at LL and only 50 or so here......This is a great recording......
|thanks so much for another great source of this show! I'm really looking forward to this. I agree with everything that was said above - i'm stoked to see it because I have been pimping this terrapin forever so it's great to see how much love it gets these days. It's the best terrapin fanfare I've ever heard, with epic waves of drawn-out crescendoes rising and falling seemingly forever. In the room it was a annihilatingly psychedelic, it left every one I knew in psychic ruins, stumbling numb and brainless through drums and space. If you think you know a better one for god's sake please tell me cause I'd like to hear it!
This was just ahead of the Roanoke crazy fingers/comes a time business and shoreline maggies > cumberland for my favorite moment of the year in 87. And yeah, maybe my single favorite Hampton moment even with everything else they played in the shows I saw there tween 85 and 89.
I can't wait to get this one up loud.
FYI...Irecorded at the front sides of the sbd through 1988. I believe that they cut off the sides and forced us into the section behind the sbd...then evetually upstairs in the back.
|Thanks, S-F-J and everyone who put this together. Keep on preachin the good word!
|thanks a ton! nearly done. how about another seeder?