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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.
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BAND Grateful Dead
VENUE Haight Street
CITY San Francisco
AUD: Uher RR>DAT>DALCardDeluxe>WAV>CDR
Taped by Steve Brown with a handheld mic - Mono - Steves batteries ran down at the middle of Hurts Me Too.
DAT courtesy of SIR LANCE (Lance Michel)!
Speed corrected via DAL Card Delux "Owen Brothers Vault" Version
SHN conversion: CDR > EAC(secure) > mkwact(seekable) firstname.lastname@example.org
shntool confirms tracks on sector boundaries
Thanks to Raoul Duke for the disks!
Part of "The Music Never Stopped" 2002 shn em up initiative.
Disk 1 [59:10]
01. [01:26] Crowd + Tuning
02. [21:07] Viola Lee Blues
03. [00:58] Crowd + Announcements
04. [12:05] Smokestack // Lightning
05. [01:53] Politics
06. [14:13] //Lovelight
07. [00:47] Crowd + Announcements
08. [05:18] //It Hurts Me Too *
09. [01:19] Cryptical Envelopment// * (batteries die)
[Missing] > TOO >
[Missing] Cryptical Envelopment
[Missing] Dancing in the Streets
1. These notes were from the original Owen Brothers Mastering
"Editing and CD mastering by the Chief Wizard - Michael@looncove.com
All editing done on a Dell Optiplex GX300 - PIII(800) using Diamond Cut Millennium. When I recieved this DAT, it was mono left channel with some Led Zep that Steve had taped bleeding into the RC for the last third of the tape. I converted this to mono to get rid of the right channel bleed and converted to mono two channel to keep
the cd players happy. This is the "Original" that I mastered to CD.
Then I addressed the speed change in Hurts Me Too by building a speed adjustment curve that approximated the battery death and tape slowdown. It is a fair fit but not perfect as there were fluctuations in the death that are impossible to duplicate. The result is very listenable. The bit of Cryptical on the end was
corrected with a straight line adjustment but it was pretty far gone...
Next, I used a very narrow notch filter around 3055 hz to remove an annoying whine. Then I used a light Continuous Noise filter to reduce some of the hiss from
Assorted other gliches and problems were corrected to produce what I feel is the most listenable and complete version of this historic show yet.
All comments are welcome!"
2. These are the flaws noted by mvernon54@attbi for the cdr copies converted to shns
d1t3 ~5:38 music cuts (tape flip?)
d1t8 sounds like some of the opening notes were lost
3. Here are the comments in deadlists about this show:
"COMMENTS The master tape is incomplete, as the tapers' batteries were low. David Gans played the timed portion on KPFA, minus the That's It For The Other One suite which was recorded, but damaged by the battery problem. DeadBase XI reports that the taper remembers that the closer was Dancing In The Streets. It is possible that additional songs were played between the second Cryptical and Dancin'. There is a new circulating copy of 3/3/68 on CDR that is Steve Brown's Uher MAR>DAT>WAV>CDR, has the complete version of It Hurts Me Too, and the beginning of Cryptical Envelopment before the batteries finally do die. It Hurts Me Too & Cryptical Envelopment// were speed-corrected via DAL Card Delux.
Larry, an eyewitness writes: "i remember getting off the bus on haight street That spring day, pushing my way through the crowds to see what all the excitement was about (i didn't know- did anyone? -that the dead were parking a flat bed truck across haight street to play a free gig!) ...completely by accident, i got there (well, within a few hundred feet) just as they fired up the music...the bus came by and i was splattered like a bug on the windshield!!! .....the version of "dancing in the streets" (which, unfortunately, isn't on the tape) was not the "disco" version they came up with later, but a much stronger r&b/rocking tune....i never forgot that set....and, though mickey had been with the band for a while, it was news to me, since this was my first time seeing them (only one drummer on that first, imo, great album!"
RECORDING 60 A? Only Viola Lee Blues thru the first Cryptical circulates."
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|You all know the picture, now what circulates of the show.
|find me a better Viola Lee Blues....
|how come there is no sbd to this?
|As the story goes, this was an impromptu free gig in the middle of Height street on the back of a flatbed truck. Considering those parameters, we're lucky someone in the audience had the foresight, especially at this early stage, to have a recording at all.
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