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Alpine Valley Music Theatre
East Troy, WI
July 18, 1989
Source: Sennheiser 441 > Marantz PDM 340 w/ dbx
Cassette Master Maxell MX-S 90 Recorded by Casey Coniff in front of Repeater Stack
Transfer: Nakamichi DR-1 > dbx224x > Korg MR-1 DSD [1 Bit 2.8 khz]
Mastering: Audio Gate to [24/96] > WaveLab > Nomad Blue Tube Limiter LM2S-3 >
r8brain to [16/44.1] > CD Wave > TLH > Flac
Transfer and Mastering by Bill Koucky, Green Mountain Bros. June 24, 2008
s1t01 Touch of Grey >
s1t02 Jack Straw
s1t04 New Minglewood Blues
s1t05 Friend of the Devil
s1t06 Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again
s1t07 Bird Song >
s1t08 Promised Land
s2t02 Sugar Magnolia >
s2t03 Scarlet Begonias >
s2t04 Man Smart/Woman Smarter >
s2t05 Eyes of the World >
s2t06 Drums >
s2t07 Space >
s2t08 China Doll >
s2t09 Dear Mr. Fantasy >
s2t10 Hey Jude Reprise >
s2t11 Throwing Stones >
s2t12 Sunshine Daydream
s2t13 Quinn the Eskimo
Notes: Crossfades applied tape flips after Friend of the Devil, during Drums and before the encore.
Quinn The Eskimo was taped at end of 1st set. No patch sources were used.
To burn to 3 discs begin d1 with s1t01, d2 with s2t01 and d3 with s2t07.
; flac fingerprint file generated by Trader's Little Helper
; generated on June 24, 2008, at 11:15 pm
; wholefile md5 checksum file generated by Trader's Little Helper
; generated on June 24, 2008, at 11:41 pm
|Last seeder||Last activity 400 days, 11:02:43 ago|
|Size||821.19 MB (861078062 Bytes)|
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|Thank You Bill for all you share with us.
|the other two nights are in the works.
|Thanks, Bill. For everything. When did the rain start...about Sunshine Daydream? Stuck in the mud til 7AM. All the SBDs have digi-fizz, so this upload is very much appreciated.. -N
|the transition from sugar mag > scarlet makes the show...smoking!!!
|My dsbds of this show on cassette had no fuzz what so ever, they were balanced and only lacked a little bit of the deep Phil. I wore em out. I gave my whole suitcase of about 120 80's and later shows to an acquantance a few years ago when I started my cd collection. A couple of the sets had already been misplaced. I didn't even think they were sterile like some of the later sbds could be. Maybe there was an audience mike in the feed or something. All I know is that I was happy to have them. These Alpine shows were my first three show run. Trading t-shirts with a blonde dude that went by St. Stephen, seelling sodas and welcoming a few people in my car for AC or to get out of the rain. At least I didn't get stuck in the mud. Thanks for the memories.
|Casey and Shelia Coniff Rock, Always the finest take out ever allowed in a show, oh yeah the 441s too !! Casaey rocks the old school !
|I remember it REALLY started to rain during Throwin' Stones. Memory is hazy, though. :)
|Hey BamaBob long time no see!! How are you doing? Send me an email Vttaper2001@yahoo.com. The old daze were cool.
|I was luckily at these shows. They certainly hold up to the test of time. All three nights are stellar and near flawless. Yes the Sugar Mag>Scarlet is hot as hell!.
7/19/89 has a phenomenal Mexicali where Garcia is just firing on all 12 cylinders, the Garcia>Mydland>Garcia solo ending with the MIDI trumpets is just plain perfect. Same set has a perfect Desolation, Althea, etc... and the Morning Dew in the second set is an apotheosis for Garcia and the rest of the band.
No coincidence that the video "downhill from here" is a mix of songs from the Alpine run of '89.
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