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Alpine Valley Music Theatre
East Troy, WI
July 19, 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 26, 2008
d1t01 Beer Barrel Polka Tuning
d1t02 Hell In A Bucket >
d1t04 Mama Tried >
d1t05 Mexicali Blues
d1t07 Victim Or The Crime
d1t08 West LA Fadeaway
d1t09 Desolation Row
d2t02 Box Of Rain
d2t03 Foolish Heart >
d2t04 Looks Like Rain >
d2t05 Terrapin >
d2t06 Drums //
d3t01 // Space >
d3t02 The Other One >
d3t03 The Wheel
d3t04 Morning Dew
d3t05 Turn On Your Lovelight
Notes: Crossfades applied at tape flip after Althea and before Lovlight.
Most of the Drums were cut and the Space was cut into. For this reason no
crossfade was applied and drums were faded out and Space faded in.
Audio problems at beginning of Hell In A Bucket from PA.
Beer Barrel Polka Tuning after Althea
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|One of my favorite shows of all time, and definitely of the late '80's.
I have the SBD's of these shows, though I don't know how to post them, I guse I should read teh BT FAQ.
These three shows from Alpine Valley (especially 7/19/89)would be prime candidates for MATRIX.
I recently compared this show to the Cal Expo 8-4-89 (both first sets have Mama Tried>Mexicali and Althea) just three weeks later, and it confirmed my opinion that 7/19/89 is up there as one of the best shows. Jerry is especially on fire, and he must have been in a really good space personally when they rolled into East Troy Wisconsin.
BTW it had been raining for almost 48 hours straight when this show started, so the Hell in a Bucket, Box of Rain, Looks Like Rain, Desolation Row, all seemed to be the band's way of acknowledging that we 40,000 people with the help of mother nature had turned the Alpine Valley Sound Theater into a wasted mud pit. The management had foolishly re-sodded the entire lawn right before the Dead rolled into town! Needless to say the Grateful Dead were never invited back to East Troy....
Thanks for the seed!
|I second the positive thoughts about this show. disc 2 is great.
|probably my favorite Desloation and late era Mexicali.
West LA Fadeaway is tight as hell,
Terrapin is gorgeous.
Morning Dew is sublime.
Anyway enough from me, download it you won't be sorry.
I am eager to hear this AUD version. Like I mentioned this show is ripe for a Matrix. I assume most have the SBD. I will look into what SBD version I have and see about learning how to post a SEED.
|GMB - thanks for all the quality sources
|One of my favorite shows as well. The Foolish is one of the best played with an extended solo. The Terrapin is epic and the Dew is one of my favorite versions they ever did. Jerry was "on" this night, as was the whole band. I also consider this the best sounding show I saw. Alpine sounded so sweet, granted we were 17th row dead center. Thanks for the tape!
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