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|Description||Grateful Dead - June 30, 1974|
Civic Center - Springfield, MA
SBD -> Master Reel -> CD
CD -> Samplitude Professional v10.2 -> FLAC
(4 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
December 6, 2008
AKG D-1000E -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> CD (shnid=15537) supplies:
Cumberland Blues (5:10 - 5:32)
Eyes Of The World (10:30 - 10:55)
-- All disc changes are seamless
-- The show flows better if you put Seastones on disc 4
-- All other circulating sources have a cassette gen in them
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help pitch correcting the patch source
d1t01 - Don't Ease Me In
d1t02 - Black Throated Wind
d1t03 - Peggy-O
d1t04 - Jack Straw
d1t05 - Loser
d1t06 - Greatest Story Ever Told
d1t07 - Cumberland Blues
d1t08 - Dire Wolf
d2t01 - Playing In The Band ->
d2t02 - Uncle John's Band ->
d2t03 - Playing In The Band
d2t04 - Seastones
d2t05 - China Cat Sunflower ->
d2t06 - I Know You Rider
d2t07 - Big River
d3t01 - Scarlet Begonias
d3t02 - El Paso
d3t03 - U.S. Blues ->
d3t04 - Truckin' ->
d3t05 - Eyes Of The World ->
d3t06 - Stella Blue
d4t01 - Not Fade Away ->
d4t02 - Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
d4t03 - One More Saturday Night
length expanded size cdr WAVE probs filename
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|Last seeder||Last activity 12:36 ago|
|Size||1.136 GB (1219821413 Bytes)|
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|It was - 12 this Monday Mornin' ! And I thank You Much ! I was a taper for awhile.It's alot of work.To All Happy Holiday's.Let's not forget what Christmas really is. Also giving and being humble.
|redjacobson-dude....if you don't know 74 than you don't know The Dead! wink wink. seriously though. different people dig different eras best, and i can appreciate that. there's no year that you can't find at least multiple gems, and even the most alarmingly bad shows contain nuggets of brilliance. but in 74...the playing of the individual members and the ensemble had progressed to a level of sophistication, authority, and ecclecticism that really hasn't been touched before or since. my advice to you is get get every show from 74 you can get your mitts on, get a good pair of headphones, roll one up, and fasten your seatbelt!
|In my opinion, '74 is the peak of Grateful Dead exploratory jamming. This I attribute not only to the band and equipment having matured and grown into a full sound, but also to the fact that Mickey hadn't returned to the band. With one drummer and Pig's blues shadow long out of the picture, the band's jazzy jams could turn on a dime, something not as easily reproduced in the later years. And Kreutzman was the groove man....sometimes, just sometimes, I truly do lament the return of Mickey. Nothing, nothing comes close to 74.................................in my opinion : ).
|By the way red, take a stroll over to Lossless Legs and become a member, your wildest dreams await. www.shnflac.net
|I listen (and have listened) to a LOT of the good ol' gd but i haven't really ever fully explored '74. '73,'77,'90, are my faves. my new years resolution is to lend more of an ear to '74. thanks for the seed.
|Amazing. Simply amazing. One of the finest and most under appreciated shows of '74 right from the master reels. Amazing.
|thank you to the uploader and thank you (as always) to Mr. Miller.
|Catapult: You've got lots of fine listening ahead of you. This is my one of the best, most underdiscussed shows of the year. Thank you Mr. Miller!
|Thank you, danke , merci, gracias, spasibo, terima kasih, dÍkuji, xie xie, and arigato! Can't wait to blast this one loud and clear!
|Well put trailmix.
Thanks to CM and all the seeders!
|Having just listened to this, I had to post again to say WOW..............
|Lesh and Jer DEFINITELY were glad to have Hart back on board.
Imo, There is greatness in the entire 30 year arc of Grateful Dead music and do not lament anyone's contribution.
Thanks to all here on bt.tree
|This is the goods. Mucho thanks. 74 - the pinnacle of Keith. what a band. Peace
|listen to billy slowly swing the peggy-o. jazzy silk through which jer and keith weave their golden threads of freedom, all the while phil bounces the fat bass lines. can you say delicious? Nice recording, you can really hear keith go to work. : }]
|Wow, great show. Thanks for posting!
So my question is: If they did soundchecks how come the first song of so many shows seems to have so much level mixing?!?
Make no mistake- not a complaint, just an honest question...
|Thanks ahead of time im sure this smokes. Love t the seeders!
|Thank you Charlie, and thanks to the remaining seeders, as I jump in at this late date. I'll take this straight up board over the matrix currently being offered.
Thanks again for your effort Mr. Miller :^)
|Superfreakie, i have to agree and i see it the same way '74 was a great year for grateful dead. they were indeed at their highpoint like you said. but that doesn't mean that other years can't come close of course.
|Thanks for an all-time classic.