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August 6, 1971
Jerry Garcia - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Ron "Pigpen" McKernan - Organ, Percussion, Vocals
Bill Kreutzmann - Drums
Phil Lesh - Electric Bass, Vocals
Bob Weir - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
SBD -> Master Reel -> CD
CD -> Samplitude Professional v10.02 -> FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
March 19, 2008
(FOB) Sony ECM-22P -> Master Reel supplies:
The Other One (1:25 - 2:19)
-- Set 2 is seamless
-- WRS Prelude tease after Me And My Uncle
-- Master Reel transferred to CD at the Mastering Plant in L.A.
MR > R > CD > EAC > WAV > FLAC
MAR (Harvey Kaslow)* @ 7 1/2 ips. > R @ 7 1/2 ips. (Will Boswell via Rob Bertrando) Maxell UD tape > CD --- R copied @ 7.5 ips using a Revox A-77>A-77 --- Mastered to cd by Matt Smith --- Playback info: R > Akai GX625 > apogee mini me (24/96) > apogee mini dac (monitoring) > Lynx One soundcard > wavelab 5.0 (dithered to 20/44) > CD > EAC > WAV (shntool confirms no sbes) > FLAC (TLH)
* Recorded By Harvey Kaslow and Craig Todd
(FOB) Sony ECM-22P condenser mikes into a Sony 770 portable 7 '' reel deck.
[missing El Paso; shnid=88816 provides Me and Bobby McGee]
Thank you to Charlie Miller for the SBD transfer,
to Harvey Kaslow and Craig Todd for recording the show,
and to Rob Bertrando, Will Boswell, and Matt Smith for the AUD transfer.
Matrix by Hunter Seamons using Final Cut Pro (FLAC>AIFF>Final Cut>WAV>FLAC)
January 3, 2009
d1t01 - Introduction
d1t02 - Bertha
d1t03 - Playing In The Band
d1t04 - Loser
d1t05 - Mr. Charlie
d1t06 - El Paso
d1t07 - Cumberland Blues
d1t08 - Brokedown Palace
d1t09 - Me And Bobby McGee
d1t10 - Hard To Handle
d1t11 - Casey Jones
d2t01 - Saint Stephen
d2t02 - Truckin' ->
d2t03 - Drums ->
d2t04 - The Other One ->
d2t05 - Me And My Uncle ->
d2t06 - The Other One
d2t07 - Deal
d2t08 - Sugar Magnolia
d2t09 - Morning Dew
d3t01 - Turn On Your Lovelight
1) There is about a minute cut in the AUD near the end of Lovelight. There are gaps in the AUD between songs.
2) While the primary AUD did not have Me & Bobby McGee, it did have a significantly longer crowd intro and outro than shnid=88816.
3) The right channel of the AUD was low during the last two songs. This was adjusted.
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8:11.07 86628908 B --- -- ---xx gd71-08-06d1t09.flac
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5:29.15 58070924 B --- -- ---xx gd71-08-06d1t11.flac
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26:52.19 284401532 B --- -- ---xx gd71-08-06d3t01.flac
163:26.38 1729868700 B 0.5885 (21 files)
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|Hunter, I was just gonna send you a note about these shows, but of course you were several steps ahead of me, as usual. Thanks for what I'm sure is a great matrix!
|nice. its to bad i wasn't born in 71 but thanks for the day after my b-day show 5 years beforehand. =D
If you oranyone have any 8/5/???? any year shows I would gladly appriciate it.
|Helping to seed!
|^Nice! Thank you seeders!
|Oh Yeah this is good,,,,,,,,,,,, can we get more 87?
|You read my mind on this one. Sweet.
Thanks in advance.
|I've been listening to
, P.N.E. Coliseum, Vancouver BC and
Paramount Theater, Portland OR:yay::yay:
Many hours of pleasure!
|^Ooooh, 06-03-76: one of the best - and most underrated - shows from that month, IMSHO. THE BEST CRAZY FINGERS FOR THAT TIME, IMTHO.
|Lord of Grapes
|"^Ooooh, 06-03-76: one of the best - and most underrated - shows from that month, IMSHO. THE BEST CRAZY FINGERS FOR THAT TIME, IMTHO."
bump it up bruh! ..please!
|I have had this show since the mid-70's on Vinyl...and over the years gradually got better quality tapes, and now downloads...but this matrix is perfect. For some reason i always come back to this show, i just love it...the opening Bertha, my Favorite St. Stephen, of course the Hard to Handle...the Uncle sandwiched in the TOO. If i was going to an island can bring only one show, I think it woud have to be this one. Thanks so much for this!
|+1. I've also had the aud of this show since the "Out West" vinyl. Some sbds can rob the richness of a great aud, but not Mr. Miller's -- and with this matrix, it's as though the aud died and went to heaven. Of the 250 shows in my pile, 8-6-71 is the one on my desert island, too. I'm so grateful to Messrs. Kaslow, Todd, Bertrando, Boswell, Smith, Miller and Seamons for all their talents and work in bringing us this. Along with Messrs. Garcia, Weir, Lesh, Kreutzmann and McKernan.
|I posted this at LL in response to a question regarding my AUD choice, which I thought would help here too for those who are wondering:
There are several reasons why I went with the Smith AUD, which I think is a very comparable source for matrix purposes. I do think it becomes quite subjective when there are sonic differences in both sources for good or ill, and when they sound pretty close (YMMV). One thing I liked more about the Smith AUD, besides the extended crowd-tros, is that it sounds thicker, or more robust. While Miller's AUD might sound brighter, which can be good, the high end enhancements make it sound thinner and kind of tinny to my ears - meaning less of the ORIGINAL sonic info. Miller's "audience clapping," for instance, is sharper and more intrusive to my ears. I wanted some "rain drops on rosewood" clapping and not "acid rain on an old, rusty Chevrolet" clapping.
This is my subjective experience - BUT I HIGHLY RECOMMEND MILLER'S AUD, ANYHOW, WHICH SOUNDS REALLY GREAT. With Smith's LOWEST GEN. source, though, I have the option of EQ'ing it myself and perhaps having a "better" source to matrix with from scratch.
With regard to pitch, I synced the Smith AUD to the Miller SBD, which oscillated slightly below and above Miller's source (or vice versa). So the differences were small and pretty normal for analogue fluctuations, which can be much more drastic.
|Thanks for that.
|this was the last great gd show. everything afterwards was downhill.
|any chance a sbd of yale bowl 7/31/71 will show up?
you might as well be jammed somewhere on the floor of the Hollywood Pailadium, if you close your eyes you pretty much are....
|Absolutely remarkable!!! This recording comes closest, BY FAR, to sounding like what the Dead sounded like when I used to see them at the Fillmore East. When I crank this one up, I feel like I'm back in the orchestra - no chemical enhancement now, though. Outstanding!
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