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|Description||This project is designed to go hand in hand with the Grateful Dead Listening Guide |
The Grateful Dead Listening Guide is designed primarily to enrich the listening
experience of new and seasoned fans vis-a-vis the exploration of audience recordings.
Although soundboard sources are at times featured on the Grateful Dead Listening Guide,
this project's main goal will be to explore the audience sources suggested
in the guide. While different sources are appreciated by different people for
different reasons, this project will focus on the particular sources suggested in
the Grateful Dead Listening Guide along with a link to the guide's review of that
show/source. Most of the audience sources suggested in the guide are also available
at the Live Music Archive. This project's main aim will be to also spread these
sources via bittorrent to increase awareness to those who may be intimidated by
the amount of resources available at the Live Music Archive. This project is done
with thanks to the Grateful Dead Listening Guide and for your listening pleasure.
Grateful Dead Listening Guide Link:
Audience Devotional Tree
Round 5 - October, 2001
Saturday, July 31, 1971
Yale Bowl, Yale University - New Haven, CT
I: AudMR > CD > EAC > WAV > SHN
II: AudMR > C > DAT > CD > EAC > WAV >SHN
single AKG 190E mic > Uher 4000 Report-L 5" Reel deck
Taper: Marty Weinberg
Analog to Digital Transfer: 1/2 track tapes on a
Revox A-700 (tweaked the head azimuth to match the original
recording). Signal fed into DigiDesign Pro Tools on a
Macintosh with Audio Media III sound card. The only post
processing was normalization.
Final digital version assembled by: Noah Weiner - email@example.com
note: Weinberg recorded each set of this show on its own
reel. Both were in very delicate condition at the time
of the transfer (Summer 2001). The set two reel was
degraded so much in sound quality (a tremendous loss of
high end frequencies) that it proved better to used an older
cassette copy of the set two reel for this new distribution.
Also, Sing Me Back Home, Sugar Magnolia, and Casey Jones
had been recorded over on the master reel at some point
prior to the Summer 2001 digital transfer. Evidence of the
current state of the set two reel can be heard on the set two
intro, the first 23 seconds of Bertha, and the set two outro,
which do come from the master reel.
Also, the track list for set one differs from what prior
record keeping indicated. However, this new track order is
direct off the master reel. The old order seems to indicate
that songs were possibly rearranged to fit them more
comfortably onto cassette.
1 intro 1:41
2 Truckin' 8:17
3 Sugaree 6:44
4 Mr. Charlie 5:16
5 Mama Tried 2:48
6 Big Railroad Blues 4:10
7 crowd and stage chatter 0:58
8 Playin' In The Band> 4:31
9 Dark Star> 21:20*
10 Bird Song 7:54
11 El Paso 5:28
total time: 69:07
*reel stop/cut at 12:38
note: debut of Sugaree and Mr. Charlie
1 Hard To Handle 7:40
2 Loser 6:33
3 crowd and stage chatter 0:42
4 Me And Bobby McGee 6:10
5 intro 0:32
6 Bertha 5:57*
7 Bog Boss Man 6:40
8 Me And My Uncle 4:23
9 Deal 5:53
10 China Cat Sunflower> 5:39
11 I Know You Rider 5:46
12 Sing Me Back Home 9:20
13 Sugar Magnolia 5:56
total time: 71:11
*switch to AudMR > C > DAT > CD > EAC > SHN
at 0:23 into Bertha running through JBG.
1 Casey Jones 5:35
2 Not Fade Away> 4:48
3 Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad> 7:59
4 Darkness Jam> 2:07
5 Not Fade Away 2:44
6 Uncle John's Band> 6:42
7 Johnny B Goode 3:49
8 outro 1:10
total time: 34:54
note: no encore played
note: there are some very slight digital ticks on
tracks d2t12, d2t13 and d3t01. These are confirmed
on the DAT that the transfer came from.
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|Thanks, Nab. You are a total rock star for leading this project.
My fondest memory about this seed was how completely NOT in circulation a good copy of this AUD was prior to the gdADT seeding back in 2001. I got such a high out of sharing this tape with folks. THAT'S what it was all about in the days before everything was at our finger tips - that high! And, running a tree with 140 people on it was actually 10 times the hassle of doing the blog now. :-)
|Thank you for creating and continuing to develop such a good blog.
|yeah that is a serious blog..good going.
thats pretty cool that this has been a hot commodity for so long, thanks a lot for passing it on!
|A wonderful blog, and a wonderful thought in sharing with us here. What a great project, thanks.
|well thanks, but i was told that a sbd was recently transfered and someone did a sbd/aud mtx. maybe they were pulling my chain. sorry to be difficult. this is a great show. a little too much crowd yelling into marty's mic.
|bonghitwillie, I hear ya. I thought there was some upgraded source, also. I LOVE A GOOD AUD. (that's period!) However, if there is a matrix that fixes excessive crowd noise (hard to define, but you know it when you hear it) and helps give a little boost to areas AUDs are sometimes weak in (bass definition, clear vocals, balanced mix, low mids, etc), it's nice to hear the matrix.
My fondest GD listening memories are almost all AUD cassettes. So, this is VERY cool. However, if anyone has a line on a matrix ALSO (or a good board, ir it exists), there'd be no harm in posting links to those (or that), in addition to the AUD.
One thing: It is a pain for me to download shows from LMA. I have to use "Download Them ALL" app in Firefox, and I have to keep monitoring it, because if not, a lot of times the individual files will time out or give a file access error. That makes the posting of AUDs here A GIGANTIC AND GREAT SERVICE TO HUMANITY, and deadheads in particular. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!
I look forward to this project with high hopes and great thanks. Thank YOU!!! As I said, if someone wants to also post matrix or SBDs of the AUDs, that would be GREAT!!!
|Thanks ... been searching for this one for a while !!
|Hey, ladies, germs, straights & herms, does anyone have this from long ago?
People seem to think it was a horrible show, and Get Back was pretty weak, but the solo in Row Jimmy is great, very nice, and Jerry was certainly going for it in Shakedown Street. It's not that bad a show, and I actually like it a lot. (I was there, and the songs were good from my perspective). Boreal Ridge is seeming to get a better rap with time, as people listen to the recording unbiased by opinion. Yeah, it's not the best, but it rocks in some places and overall sounds like a cool Dead show. I'm really tired, so I don't know if I'm making sense, but can anyone see if they have this (I listened to the first set at LMA, sound sgood to me):
If not that exact one, any other great AUD or Matrix.
Also, my brother a friend and I were pretty close to front, spitting distance to Bobby, and before (?) It's All Over, Now, Bobby says "God, he's turned queer on me", if I had heard that at the time, I mighta tripped (it was a very strange time with lots of drrrgs and wiird she-ite happening...), but I don't remember hearing it at the show (mighta been talking to my brother or friend or lighting up or something), but my friend asked on the way to the show, "What do you wanna hear?" I replied immediately, "If they played Shakedwon Street, that would be enough for me. Everything else would be extra", so perhpas that colored my perspective (it was the first song, and a fairly long version, about 12-13 mins.). Hey. so meone up this OK? Thx! ...and then YOU be the judge how good or bad the show was. This AUD really shows how much the crowd was into this show... and SF Civic seemd fairly small and it was packed!
One more time...
gd1987-01-28.nak100s-koucky.grn_mtn_bros.flac16 : ) : ) : )
|it is not that 1/28/87 was a bad show. 1987 was a bad year. in fact the 80's were a bad decade for the dead. in fact, 1979 was even worse.
|bonghitwillie, don't know if yer jerkin' my chain (or perhaps that was a bit of dog hair and mouse turds in that last bowl you packed...), but I am a HUGE fan of the '80s, particularly Brent (the best "all around" keyboardist/vocalist the Dead ever had, Hammond B3, piano, synthesizer, vitriol, sweetness, fire, ice, THE BLUES, the dude rocked, and was GENUINE, the EAL DEAL. When he played songs that called for emotion, more often than no was right there WITH that emotion, and sometimes his mug runneth over . The dude was a terrific asset for the band, and had they kept going, I think he would have perhaps started to bring in some really good tunes as time went on. He was doing pretty well there, and I liked his tunes better tjhan Bobby's on "Built To Last" (sorry, Bob, good stuff though, especially "Victim..." which is one of the best tunes on that album, along with "Blow Away", "Just A Little Light", "I Will Take You Home", "Built To Last" "Foolish Heart", and "Standing On The Moon"). Anyway, Jerry's tragedy ballads in the '80s are UNEQUALLED for real, true emotion, and his guitar playing had evolved into acid-hillbilly/rock 'n' roll guitar god/wicked blues-meister/and downright funky, rolling, lilting, fly like a bird, soar like an eagle, dive like a swordfish, float like a stingray, crawl onto land a Gila monster/komodo dragon slowly evolving into a Neanderthal caveman, then to a Mesopotamian sage (& builder) then to an Egyptian camel-riding man of peace and wisdom (and he traded opium to earn his riches and became a well-respected member of society), then a man who warned others of the Black Plague, yet survived himself, on to England where he was a knight and nobleman, over to America where he provided hemp seed to various Fonding Fathers (and taught them how to grow sinsemilla, aided by his fair maiden Carolyn-of-the-Mountains) then headed out west, became a gunslinger(YES! Missing the tip of his middle finger!!!), woke up as a boy named Jerry and then the great master guitarist and vocalist we've all come to know and love. [If you want documentation/verification of this information, I, unfortunately must refuse to comply with your request. There is some delicate matters involved here, and though I won't mention those people who some have referred to as "Illuminati", and for the record, I'll say right now THEY DO NOT EXIST, and I will insist on that for as long as I remain alive, regardless, I can't say when, where or how I got this info., but it is all 100% true,except perhaps the part about him bwaking up as a boy named Jerry, but YOU decide if that makes sense or not....] Anyway, there are some "Alabama Getaways" that COMPLETELY kick ass and tear it up like a chopper down the carpeted halls of history, some "Peggy-Os" and "Jack-A-Roes" and, doncha know, about every third show, the roof would blow OFF the walls, the man had balls, and freakin' all's well that ended well, and we have the music to tell (not sell) that story oh-so-well, and if you don't think so you can go to... the Well, or ring a bell (but not my bell, NO, YOU CANNOT "ring my bell" bonghitwillie, for that would be silly and I do not like green snakes and lamb, Uncle Sam, but if you skin the goat, we won't be left here to float, and as for the boat, "compass card is spinning..."). A killer "West L.A. Fadeaway"? A beautifully funky (who cares he's a junkie) Shakedcown Street is oh so hard to beat, but "Comes A Time" would sound so fine, and with "Black Muddy River" he'd stand and deliver, and then send a shiver down all of our spines, he sounded so fine, and in time he would share, just like at Mountain Aire, where poor Carlos got beat and went down in defeat, but a little while later, in another theater, ol' Jerry would play in a Latin-tinged way, and the notes he did shred (like ol' "Tennessee Jed") went WAY past the Dead and would help to cement his whole-hearted intent to be one and be all, from Pomona to Gaul, from Pughkeepsie to Trent, from a bong in Tashkent, Jerry came and then went, but the message he sent was to be here and now and not worry 'bout how the future'd unfold, and then when he got old, he would still play guitar, both near and then far, if we could keep in a jar all the love that he felt, and the times that we dwelt in the presence of Jer, his masterful flair, and that ol' head of hair it turned white as the snow and then, woouldn't you know, he laid down his sweet life, and now cuts liek a knife the guitar notes he sailed way past Venus (or jail), they are still playing now, and what conviction he had, just like a great dad, to gie it his best, in the East and the West, his oul would not rest without creating a fire, a funeral pyre, and those days that went by, we have plenty of bits of the misses and hits, and if I may just say, MAN THAT DEMON COULD PLAY! ...and the angels rejoiced at the sound of his voice, although raspy and weak, he could still hit a peak, and then we would just FREAK (!) all those smiles on our cheeks, and for weeks and for hours he could still bring us flowers and the love that we shared, although none of us dared, to express it as such, we loved him so much, and now we are still here, and the sounds that we hear (sometimes "insect fear"!) can now keep us afloat, though some left the boat, in the land of the Dead, it was Jerry who led, or was it The Muse, YOU KNOW HE PAID HIS DUES! Just to sing us the blues, or serenade with a ballad, each show was like a salad, sometimes garden, or exotic, even macrobiotic (!!!!), but the goodness remains in our hearts and our brains, we've been nourished by Jerry, but since he took the ferry to the land of the dead, we can still feed our head, with some "Tennessee Jed" (or "Loose Lucy" or "Deal", anything that you feel), cause it STILL sounds so good (like he knew that it would) and all I can say now is "Far Out!", maybe "Wow...", but the music abides and the energy rides in the bits and the platters, sometimes nothing else matters, except the next hit, or a torrent (that's it!) of some long ago show when the band would just blow, and now, wouldn't you know, it's all in the game, the money, the fame, the superstar status, the semi-hiatus, the '80s were fine, and then, stopped on a dime, our dear Jerry did go (and to where? We don't know...), but the music's still here (a familiar refrain) come show or come rain, oh it pleases my brain, and MY MIND IS TORE UP! Just an eager ol' pup, now a faithful ol' dog, or a cat (or a frog!), but we all can agree, how we love "Sugaree" and now the Fat Man, "He's Gone", whether right (never wrong), good ol' Jerry's in "Space" or some other such place, maybe a "Brokedown Palace" or perhaps he's in Dallas (Deep Elem is there!), or just floating in air (a figure of light?), well, it gets late at night, but I know something is right, because WE are still HERE (so don't cry in your beer!), Robert Hunter's around, Phil and Bob still make sound, and the drummers still play and I'm right near the bay, so it's all I can say (Amoeba still makes my day), I want Jerry to lay, on the day that I die, so let's dance (or you can cry), but in the sweet by and by, it's the love that we share, and the times that we care, when we help an old friend, or a stranger in fact, it's the way that we act, in the times that we're stressed, it's a challenge, a test, to help us learn to grow, so "Let It Gow", "I AM!", dance like the angels on a pin, or just sit there and grin, knowing Jerry's all right, he's right here in the room (hear those speakers go "BOOM!"), so let's fie up another, each sister and brother, cause we only have time, and the Dead (like fine wine) just get better by the day, so come on, let's all paly, so we can hear the sound of Garcia GETTIN' DOWN!!! Oh my goodness, HE ROCKS!!! ...and the poet that talks is in awe of the man, a guitar firm in hand, for all time is like sand, but we still have THE BAND! ...and they still can make bring joy, it's a Miller, oh boy! So I'll download the '80s, the '60s, the '70s, the '90s still hold up [Note to self: Get bigger cup!] for my joy runneth over the sparkling clover, From the Mars Hotel, Go To Heaven (avoid hell), Skull & Roses, so fine! I'd have you any time! Even Dylan to boot (though the CD's kaput), Grisman, Saunders, Howard Wales! Lesh can still Phil my sails, Billy, Mick and Bob (See his beard? What a slob!). Such a lovable old bunch, shake yer hand ("Have some punch!"), and the acid delight still translates in my skull (even ol' Boreal!), Grass Valley, the Haight, walk downtown until late. Visit another old show, on the ol' stereo, or an iPod, or CD, check again on etree, cause it all gets so good (just like I knew it would) and the music's so fine, it can still blow my mind. So, if you've made it this far, dear boy, have a cigar, or alas, please don't smoke (yes, I just made a joke), but there's one thing to say, it's...
(Now you can push "play"!)
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