|Show||Grateful Dead- 10/09/1989- Hampton Coliseum- uncirculated audience master.|
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|Description||Grateful Dead - 10/09/1989 - Monday|
Source: Nakamichi cm300/cp4->Sony D-5M (Dolby B encoded)->Maxell MX90 x 2->Sony D-5M (Dolby B decoded)->Korg MR-1000 (1bit/5.5MHz)->AudioGate->(16/44.1) wav-> Soundforge 8.0->flac
Taper: Dave Barfield
Transfer and seeded by: M. Watson on 6/19/2009.
Feel like a Stranger
Built to Last
Little Red rooster
Ramble on Rose
We Can Run
Jack A Roe
Music Never Stopped
Uncle John's Band->
Death Don't Have No Mercy->
Dear Mr. Fantasy->
Hey Jude Finale->
Attics Of My Life
I would like to thank Dave Barfield for both taping and lending me his masters and Mike S. (popskull) for lending me the D-5M.
|Last seeder||Last activity 5:43:47 ago|
|Size||981.12 MB (1028780714 Bytes)|
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|This is totally worth the download. i think it sounds better than all of the other audience sources of this show. check it out for yourself.
|This two night Hampton run is one of my faves, thanks for the new source, cant wait to hear it.
|The is the second night of the "Formerly the Warlocks" shows in Hampton...
|Nak 300s sounding the best? hard to believe.
|What's wrong with nak 300s? I haven't heard this source, but some of my favorite auds were taped with 300s.
|nak300s can sound good... location....
|Can someone explain the difference between the Nak 100s, 300s and 700s? To me "Nak" just means "great"! :-D
this site has some pretty good info.
|To my ears this is the best recording I have heard of this show, hands down. It truly captures this event in all it's glory. The cheer that went up with the first notes of Dark Star is amazing. The only other time I've heard this level of audience excitement is when Phish hit the stage in Hampton this past March. Thanks for sharing.
|tell that to btartus, he don't like the naks.
|Man, this source does sound exceptional....I wish Dan "The Man" had this source for his matrix of this show previously....although, that matrix already sounds superb!!!
|thanks for the show!!!
|makes me wanna go thru all my old masters and see how the tapes held up all these years. may be time for another uncirculated master source.
|Definitely have to have an audience of this one. First of all, Hampton as a space sounds great. As a veteran of about a dozen GD and JGB shows there, I think it sounded better than any other arena on the east coast. Then there's the enthusiasm that existed for these wonderful shows. I'll never forget the seeing official GD staff quietly passing out tickets to the ticketless a few minutes before the show. A lot of people just didn't have time to plan to come for these shows (which were announced very late and for which there was no mail order). And I think many of the locals didn't realize that the Dead were even in town (since the radio announcements kept a straight face about "The Warlocks"). But I certainly remember the crazy buzz about "gotta make these shows" among those in the know that Fall. In the end, I'd say the place was maybe a thousand seats shy of capacity.
The amount of mary j. that flamed up after the Dark Star was truly remarkable. It was the last of the truly wild arena shows that I recall. After this, there were many, many great shows, but none combined with the sort of atmosphere that only general admission seating and lax security allowed for at Hampton in 89. There was a similar vibe at Alpine Valley that summer.
Needless for anyone who attended this concert, it will always stand out as one of the greatest Dead experiences of all. Certainly, that's true for me, though Hampton in '87 was probably more fun for me for personal reasons (I was younger (had only seen one show before) and with a lovely young woman at those).
|have heard many versions of this since about a month after the show onwards and step forward this is the dog,s bollock,s you want and need this a great great show highlight in stunning quality anymore like this please let me know just listening to 28 dec 79 anothe great show with stunning quality
|Oh my freakin' GOD!! This is by far the best recording I've ever heard of this show, AUD or SBD. Obviously recorded in a major sweet spot, the room ambiance encloses you like a big ol' sphere, and yet there's also such clarity of detail within that.
Far as I'm concerned, this is one good Drums/Space patch away from being the definitive recording of this show. Well done, Mr. Barfield! Unbelievably well done.
|Can somebody give this great show a push to get it going? It shows as having a seeder but it won't start up in my tracker. Now showing two (2) leechers; so whoever else jumped on here with me would proobably appreciate it as well. Thanks!!