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New York, NY
September 18, 1970
SBD -> Master Reel -> CD -> EAC (secure, offset corrected) -> Cool Edit Pro -> TLH -> Flac16
Circulated by Chuck Reynolds
February 13, 2009
-- The Acoustic Set was fraught with technical difficulties and brought to an early end.
-- The beginning of Me and My Uncle is slightly clipped.
-- Level adjustments were made with Cool Edit Pro.
-- Other anomalies remain.
-- Verified sector boundaries via Trader's Little Helper and encoded FLAC level 8.
02. Black Peter
End of Electric Set
03. Me and My Uncle
05. Dancin' In The Street
06. St. Stephen ->
07. Not Fade Away ->
08. Good Lovin'/Crowd/House Music (Get Together)
09. And We Bid You Goodnight/House Music (Darkness, Darkness)
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|Thanks!! This run would make a great Road Trips or box set, or whatever. Love it!!
|We have our own Road Trips. Personally I like having the continuous tape with all the jiving around between songs, which I'm sure would have been edited out in an official release. Like Phil to the band before Dancin'..."Something earthshaking?"
|Agreed - the continous tape is best.
Sure would be nice to have the 9/20 show in this quality.
Didn't something spill on the master? (bong water?) JK...
|At this point the only survivng bit of the 9/20 master reels is the Casey Jones and China Cat>Rider that was on the end of the New Riders reel. Apparently the 9/20 reels along with 9/17 and the missing bits from 9/18-19 were stolen back in the early 70's and remain MIA.
One can only hope they surface one day......
Buddy Miller made a copy of 9/20 before it went missing, which is what we have today...thankfully.
|i forgot how much i like that little jam that comes at about 10 minutes in the dancin'.
|Clearly an upgrade to previous sources! Many thanks!
|Thanks very much for the upgrades!
|Thanks Chuck for getting these in for us!!!!
|Thank you, 1970 is one of my favorite years.
|Prior to the show, the audience was able to participate in the filming of a scenes for a Dustin Hoffman movie called WHO IS HARRY KELLERMAN AND WHY IS HE SAYING ALL THOSE TERRIBLE THINGS ABOUT ME.
The film, which starred Hoffman as a hippie singer songweriter required a performance on the stage of Fillmore East with author Shel Silverstein and the up-and-coming rock band Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show, as well as the Joe's Lights in the background.
The film was released in 1971 to mixed reviews and a poor box office intake. It has not been released on DVD yet, but available on VHS.
Cheers from Oz