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|Description||Jerry Garcia Band Concord Pavilion Concord CA 1981-09-07 (not previously circulated source)|
Recorded, transfered and edited by N. Hoey etree shn/111278
Source: Nak 300 > Sony TC-D5m(Dolby B) (Tracks 01 - 08, TDK SA-X C90 Tracks 09 - 11, Maxell UD XL-II)
Nakamichi Dragon (Dolby B decoded) > RME PAD 96 A/D @24/44.1 dithered to 16/44.1 post editing (Apple)(Peak 6 editing) > Xact
Bill Kreutzmann: drums
Disc 1 - Set 1
01. tuning [00:54.10]
02. The Way You Do The Things You Do [05:19.17]
03. //Knockin' On Heaven's Door [12:30.23]
04. (I'm A) Road Runner [06:02.64]
05. //Sugaree [10:26.49]
Total time: 35:13.13
Disc 2 - Set 2
01. Harder They Come [11:57.09]
02. //Mississippi Moon [10:50.34]
03. I Second That Emotion [09:46.29]
04. Night They Drove Old Dixie Down [09:40.04]
05. Dear Prudence > (Tape change cut @ approx. 14 secs.) [09:58.48]
06. Tangled Up In Blue [10:44.72]
07. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) [08:01.20]
Total time: 1:09:59.36
Comment: I wasn't thrilled how this came out, it hasn't been played for 28 years. The lows and low mids are blurred and muddy and several songs are slightly cut at the beginning. There is some good playing by Jerry though.
JGB1981-09-07d1t02The Way You Do The Things You Do.flac:08c76b003e76e8072294836898dee708
JGB1981-09-07d1t03Knockin On Heavens Door.flac:90d4a7178e224301aca95b4ac4f64aa8
JGB1981-09-07d2t01The Harder They Come.flac:e9a419bd5f1892290d66892210f2bec9
JGB1981-09-07d2t03Second That Emotion.flac:6cdf9014ae0706e75285776608825c04
JGB1981-09-07d2t04The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down.flac:3abd04c8e5aa639a69c1d03eefda282b
JGB1981-09-07d2t06Tangled Up In Blue.flac:9ffc8eb7e279a6b898b69f4917cb2b8d
JGB1981-09-07d2t07How Sweet It Is.flac:1896b3cfe76b1457f8c6a5a0032f6d85
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|I appreciate your efforts. These were some wonderful recordings.
|I confess I've been curious to hear some feedback about this one but haven't gotten any, which was both a little surprising and disappointing. I appreciate the comments that offered thanks for posting though.
|I haven't gotten to it yet, but hope to do so soon. Thank you for taping and sharing!
|My first rule with JGB shows....all shows with Roadrunner get downloaded without a 2nd thought
As for sound quality....its not hateful....they played in a shed, it isnt the Keystone, but still rocks out
|"they played in a shed"
Yeah, not a bad setting, just a horrible space for music. Since it was a 2 hour drive from Santa Cruz, I generally passed on stuff there.
|I am through most of the show and into TUIB now. I think this is a very good pull for a very bad-sounding venue. I haven't heard a bunch of tapes from this place, less still from this particular era. But I saw a handful of shows there in the late 80s and the sound was just never very good.
Thank you very much for taping and sharing!
musigny, do you remember Tutt or Kreutzmann playing drums at the next shows a few weeks later? There is some discussion of that over at the blog Jerry Garcia's Middle Finger (http://jgmf.blogspot.com/2010/12/jgb-early-1980s-drummers-and-backup.html).
|By the way, I am curious as to why the first set was so short. Was there any explanation given at the show? This is pretty early for a 40-minute set. (Those wouldn't really become common until 1985!)
|I can't help with the drummer question, I attended JGB shows intermittently. I don't think I went to the following shows.
No particular or stated reason for the short first set that I remember.