|Show||Jerry Garica Band, Lunt-Fontanne Theater,new york, ny 1987-10-15|
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|Description||Jerry Garcia Band, Lunt-Fontanne Theater, New York, NY 1987-10-15|
Taper : Joe D'Amico ''AKA'' Joebeacon
Nak 300 Mics > Sony D-5
Nak Dragon Tape Deck > Sony Sbm1 > Creative Extigy Soundcard > Cool Edit Pro > Flac Frontend
These Shows Where Real Fun But Very Hard To Tape . They Had A Strip Search At The Door So Getting Gear Into The Show Was Real Tuff And Then Once In Side They Had Guards Looking Up And Down Each Aisle Looking For People Taping . So The Whole Taping Thing Had To Be Very Low Key..
I Taped The Show From Row BB Dead Center Seat 116 . That Would Be 2nd Row ..
Disc 1 : Acoustic Set
01-Bright Morning Stars
02-Blue Yodel #9
04-Short Life Of Trouble
07-Ain't No Lie
09-Long Long Way
11-Ragged But Right
Disc 2 : Electric Set
01-How Sweet It Is
03-Stop That Train
05-Mission In The Rain
07-Sisters & Brothers
08-Lucky Old Sun
Do Not Sell
Do Not Convert To Lossy Format
Do Not Re-Master
0d3f7cc01d1ee587560111a93dcf0180 *disc101-bright morning stars.flac
2247da3b3051887b3d1b392e92b00fbc *disc102-blue yodel #9.flac
219903e1e770ffd4665749cf06ae35c3 *disc103-spike driver.flac
38a5a265ccb7d84b2ff2525ef9bb4cc4 *disc104-short life of trouble.flac
e6c04dad1852b9753ebc1a12195ffa28 *disc105-two soldiers.flac
35d61e13a636e1961b683ecebe87005d *disc106-i'm troubled.flac
f33232599461887918a8d63863f2b46c *disc107-ain't no lie.flac
e796bfa2f80f8bcf497ff8963d2db36d *disc108-rosalie mcfall.flac
11fd14888365ea0ba122f597a73521f1 *disc109-long long way.flac
0e9ecb9e48d39aaa3d959d8384eb2b1f *disc110-band intros.flac
bd1decfcd7d9da67cbac49b011ce3a16 *disc111-ragged but right.flac
91df0f280a9f4455113e10ba859b9368 *disc201-how sweet it is .flac
2201571744e4d5221bfc31251a24838f *disc202-forever young.flac
6211e330078997425723b090d3faf31e *disc203-stop that train.flac
44c1ba5f71916436db9c54082cb66c10 *disc205-mission in the rain.flac
edbef460878f04b2682af1be4bcefd5a *disc207-sisters & brothers.flac
83092001e24c0af6b6a7e405a8d8509e *disc208-lucky old sun.flac
36c10258dec4203adfb20a9aa5cb6632 *disc210-stoned me .flac
|Last seeder||Last activity 10:18 ago|
|Size||634.94 MB (665780015 Bytes)|
|Num files||23 files|
|Jerry Garica Band, Lunt-Fontanne Theater,new york, ny 1987-10-15.md5||1.3 kB||N/A|
|disc101-bright morning stars.flac||12.76 MB||N/A|
|disc102-blue yodel #9.flac||32.42 MB||N/A|
|disc103-spike driver.flac||34.64 MB||N/A|
|disc104-short life of trouble.flac||22.93 MB||N/A|
|disc105-two soldiers.flac||27.95 MB||N/A|
|disc106-i'm troubled.flac||27.70 MB||N/A|
|disc107-ain't no lie.flac||34.09 MB||N/A|
|disc108-rosalie mcfall.flac||17.37 MB||N/A|
|disc109-long long way.flac||20.47 MB||N/A|
|disc110-band intros.flac||2.45 MB||N/A|
|disc111-ragged but right.flac||25.64 MB||N/A|
|disc201-how sweet it is .flac||38.19 MB||N/A|
|disc202-forever young.flac||37.36 MB||N/A|
|disc203-stop that train.flac||40.37 MB||N/A|
|disc205-mission in the rain.flac||48.18 MB||N/A|
|disc207-sisters & brothers.flac||26.80 MB||N/A|
|disc208-lucky old sun.flac||50.61 MB||N/A|
|disc210-stoned me .flac||34.21 MB||N/A|
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Thanks so much, Joe!
|Unbelievable stealth Joe. Thank you so much for sharing!!!
Wow...why so intrusive for these?
|thanks so much Joe
this was a truly great & legendary run,
apparently not properly saved for posterity thanks to the buffoon Steve Parish
so every release like this is oh so vital
thanks very much again
|Parish is no Buffoon.
|This sounds great Joe. Many thanks for getting it out to us folks.
|f ckin A
|Hey Joe - Do you know Dan Cole? He was also at this run taping and ran into Graham on one of the nights. Think it was the night he patched into the monitors downstairs. I'd bet you are familiar with this event, if not there.
Thank you for the show and your tireless efforts recording that night. I know it was a very tough one.
|no taping policy due to the venue being on Broadway, NYC.
Thus a VERY large union fee to allow any audio or video recording.
And the venue was very tiny... so Bill Graham Presents did not want to pay a hefty union fee, just to allow the tapers...
AND THEN they released a COMMERCIAL release of the show, so they in fact were paying the union fee and the band recorded every show!
They had goons looking for tapers... I was physically lifted off my feet and thrown out the door at the 10/17 show... with Bill Graham lecturing me as I was tossed onto the sidewalk.
Then the following show, Bill Graham greeted me in the outside line to get in...smiled at me and asked me if I was in the "no taping section". I shook his hand and told him I would like to see the entire show that night :)
Then came the infamous taper patch to the speaker wire in the downstairs smoking lounge. I thought Bill G. was going to have a heart attack! That's an entire story in itself!
What a run... I did 8 of these shows. Tickets were impossible.
|Hey Mulezone - Are you Rob? and was that your birthday show?
Think I've heard this story before. Email me if you care.
|great stories! thanks!!
|Thanks for this one - I have read all the comments and now I cannot wait to hear it!
I did have one problem with the download - I noticed GARCIA was misspelled in the torrent as GARICA.
I changed my file name to GARCIA before saving and now I should have the whole thing in about 70 minutes.
|Thank you very much for your efforts ~ I love hearing the stories behind the shows!
|I was at one of the Broadway shows. Nice show, but definitelty a different vibe. The no taper thing would have been part of that, although I was never a taper. But the fact that the shows were indoors during the afternoon was a bit weird, as was the presence of Bill Graham, normally not part of the East Coast scene at the time. My best memory was being able to thank Bill personally for his generousity in letting me into the SF Civic Auditorium (now named the Bill Graham Auditorium) on 12/31/84 for my one New Year's Eve show. I begged and he bought my sob story...made for a great memory.
|Thanks for sharing Joe. I love the acoustic stuff.
|I will never forget these shows. They were my 1st time seeing Garcia play acoustic. Being a native New Yorker, I thought nothing of the vibe. The guards in the isles were a big hassle. I got tossed out of the 10-12 show for sparkin' a fatty. Many thanks for the up.
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