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|Description||Grateful Dead Frost Amphitheater Stanford U. Palo Alto CA 1982-10-10|
Recorded, Transferred and Mastered by N. Hoey
2 Nakamichi CM 300 > Sony TC D-5m (Dolby B)(TDK MA-90)(FOB)
Nakamichi Dragon (Dolby B decoded) > Panasonic 3800 DAT (internal A/D conversion) > Soundforge (editing) > CD Architect > Mitsui disc > Toast 9 > Xact
CD 1 [73:58.00]
01. New Minglewood Blues -> [7:45.25]
02. Sugaree -> [10:07.39]
03. Little Red Rooster [7:49.49]
04. Tennessee Jed [8:17.03]
05. Cassidy [7:27.66]
06. Loser [7:20.36]
07. Far From Me -> [4:13.62]
08. Looks Like Rain -> [8:51.40]
09. China Cat Sunflower -> [5:43.08]
10. I Know You Rider [6:21.47]
CD 2 [48:58.19]
01. Playing In The Band -> [8:43.15]
02. Crazy Fingers -> [11:12.65]
03. Lost Sailor -> [7:13.12]
04. Saint Of Circumstance -> [6:58.48]
05. Touch Of Grey -> [7:15.28]
06. Drumz -> [7:35.01]
CD 3 [56:44.26]
01. Space -> [6:59.15]
02. The Wheel -> [5:13.74]
03. Throwing Stones -> [7:44.35]
04. Not Fade Away -> [4:38.10]
05. Black Peter -> [8:13.48]
06. Sugar Magnolia [10:41.15]
07. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction [6:18.55]
08. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [6:54.74]
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|why do people keep posting this show? especially in quality inferior to ones previously posted? just curious
|that's not exactly a statement of gratitude in the holiday season there my friend. That aside, this is a new source from a taper who has recently began to share some of his WELL recorded GD and Jerry shows.
SBDS arent everything and equipment doesn't nescessarily make a tape. Its location and skills, and if you paid attention to NHoeys 82 JGB, you'd be downright stoked to see this kitten posted, as I am, with out even hearing it yet...
Gotta let yer ears do the work, there more than enough bandwidth and harddrive space in the world..cant ever ever have enough GD sources..I believe the closest of the best tapes are Just opening...come a time when many many older sources will be obsolte sounding
|i`ve known Ned for 30yrs and appreciate whatever he has to offer it`s usually very good,see you soon my friend.
|I did consider that there are numerous recordings in circulation of this particular weekend. I decided to go ahead for several reasons. The first was that more original sources being available is a positive not a negative thing. Also, these two shows were among the very best GD audience tapes I did myself. Also I went to the archive and did some careful comparisons and found that my versions held up quite well with the others. So it seemed a reasonable thing to do.
Finally, I had circulated my shows in the past without my real name and that was causing some problems with attribution and lineage, so I wanted to get that addressed too.
|Thank you very much for your new sources! AF
|I suppose I should add that the transfer to DAT was done circa '95 and the mastering to discs was done circa '00, in case anyone is wondering about such now antiquated lineage. I wasn't prepared to devote the time required to do a full redo from the cassettes. I may eventually...
|Then thanks "musigny23", now i 'get it'. Jamie, simmer...its not a notion of gratitude or not gratitude, its a matter of throwing out a question w/ out feeling like I / we shouldn't pose questions etc, and not feeling compelled to throw down a bunch of 'niceties' around it. just a simple question.
|Well, you did say "especially in quality inferior," there, didn't you? Did you just pull that out of your ass, or have you compared this new source with the other(s) that you possess? Perhaps one man's polite style is another man's "bunch of niceties," but you definitely came across like a jerk, whether you've already compared this source with all the others, or not, and regardless of what your determination might be.
|even with the tape>Dat, and CD steps in the lineage this a quality recording that is on the same level as the NAK700 and the Sony sources i have heard. i'd LOVE to hear what a 24 bit transfer of the master cassette would sound like.
|Thank you! The more quality AUDs the better!
|im simmered.. i would;dnt respond any other way to such a question...thanks for the coaching though
|you should take what you need, and leave the rest. but you should never have taken the very best...
|Thank you Mr. Ned for sharing your fantastic sounding CLASSIC recordings of this band that is a lifestyle for many of us.
There can truly never be enough sources, especially quality ones like this!
Thanks man. PLEASE keep them coming!
Fill the air with songs!
|I have to say that after listening, this is GREAT. Nice work by all involved! A must have for any GD collection. Thanks :)
|Thank you! I love the '82 shows!