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Sick Bits Volume 15
Dec. 1, 1979
SBD -> Cassette Master (Sony TCD5M/UDXL-II) -> Dat (Panasonic SV3800/48k)
Transfer: Dat (Sony D8) -> M-Audio Dio2448 -> Samplitude Professional v8.0 ->
FLAC (via Charlie Miller)
MAC (Taped by Scott Jones? Shure mics -> Sony TC-158 cassette deck)
Transfer: CDR > EAC > WavMerge > Soundforge > CD-Wave > TLH > FLAC
(via Andrew F via Jake Feinberg)
There are a few short patches on tracks 2-4 of Disc 2 made from
SBD>Rm>Cass>Dat>CD (shnid=6022) and MSReel > Cassette > DAT > CDR (shnid=319)
[complete text files for each source appended at end]
All sources were flac or shn files downloaded from bt.etree or the LlaMA
and converted to WAV > Vegas 5 (matrix) > WAV > CD Wave > FLAC 16 (level 8)
Matrixed by Chris Chappell
101-d1t01 - Crowd
102-d1t02 - Jack Straw ->
103-d1t03 - Sugaree
104-d1t04 - Me & My Uncle ->
105-d1t05 - Big River
106-d1t06 - Loser
107-d1t07 - Easy To Love You
108-d1t08 - New Minglewood Blues
109-d1t09 - Althea
110-d1t10 - The Music Never Stopped
201-d2t01 - Crowd
202-d2t02 - China Cat Sunflower ->
203-d2t03 - I Know You Rider
204-d2t04 - Looks Like Rain
205-d2t05 - He's Gone ->
206-d2t06 - Gloria Jam ->
207-d2t07 - C C Rider ->
208-d2t08 - Jam ->
209-d2t09 - Drums ->
210-d3t01 - Not Fade Away ->
211-d3t02 - Black Peter ->
212-d3t03 - Sugar Magnolia
213-d3t04 - One More Saturday Night
Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall
Kansas City, KS
12-11-79 II (pt)
214-d3t05 - Terrapin Station ->
215-d3t06 - Lost Sailor
216-d3t07 - Saint of Circumstance ->
217-d3t08 - Jam ->...
SBD (shnid=28890 - via Charlie Miller)
SBD -> Cassette Master -> Cassette -> Dat (44.1k)
Transfer: Dat (Sony R500) -> Behringer UltraMatch SRC2000 ->
SEK'D Prodif plus -> Samplitude v7.02 Professional -> FLAC
AUD: (shnid=9799 - via Don Chase via Jack Warner)
Transfer: by David Minches from Bob Wagner's 1st gen reels.
MAC>R>D>CD (Recorded with Nak CM-700s-> Sony TC-D5 - taper unknown)
Disc 1 [78:02]
Disc 2 [72:26]
Disc 3 [70:49]
When the AUD source surfaced on bt.etree, I contacted Am-Dig to see about
putting the coloborative effort into editing a matrix of this incredible
show in Pittsburgh, PA. So a 5.1 and matrix will be available.
The FOB AUD is an excellent recording for '79 and the SBD is balanced with
everyone in the mix. There is some slight phase mostly noticeable in the
first set, and it would appear the SBD source is slightly different for
the second set. Pitch-wise it appears the first set is a little slow whereas
the second set SBD is in pitch. The AUD is definately picking up the main
PA (as opposed to a "mouth" recording which is up close and catching the
stage/monitor mix) so the result is added ambience to an otherwise sterile
SBD. Luckily Charlie Miller's redux of the SBD source recently helped alot
since there is much less hiss in this new SBD source.
This show is simply jammin', featuring the first listed Gloria Jam
(11-9-79 is probably the first; 10-16-81 first time with vocals) and the
breakout of an emotional C.C. Rider. I also have never heard any other
version of Looks Like Rain with a "stormy" intro. The first set is tight
and energetic, a sign of things to come in a highly creative second set.
Since disc 3 was going to be short, I decided to make an excerpt matrix of
a show 10 days later that features a start from nothing Saint O. The
groovy Saint intro is very unique and well worth multiple listens.
12-1-79 Reviews from archive.org:
- "This is one of the classic shows from the 70's and just an incredible jam
all the way through. This one is a must for any collector."
- "I can only wonder how stoked the boys were to have Brent as the new guy...
Gloria Jam smokes and that next "jam" is a completely different work of art."
- "This show stands out in the early Brent era as one of the best.
He's Gone>Gloria>CC Rider jam is about as exploratory as the band ever got
in the post '76 era. In fact, it is eerily ?reminiscent of the kinds of
things the band was doing in '73-74. The China>Rider, Rain to open the
second set are dead on versions too."
12-11-79 Reviews from archive.org:
- "That complete stop between Sailor > Saint and the sweet Saint beginning
is one of the coolest moments I have ever heard from The Guyz. It is
definitely a five star attraction. I played it over and over and over the
other night because it was sooo unusual."
- "Just for the pause (complete stop) between Lost Sailor and the EXTREMELY
juicy sweet beginning of St. of Circumstance - It is a must! I love this
era of The Grateful Dead. Thick, mellow, alive and jazzy."
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B. Proctor 9-25-09
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|Thank you again sir. I had this show years ago and ...well something happened to it - think I loaned to a "friend". Anyway, I've been waiting for this to come around as we started with '79. Yeah, the whole show smokes but I still remember my mind blowing when I first heard the drop from "Gloria" to "C.C. Rider". Yeewowee! Love you guys - of course thanks to Mr. Chappell as well.
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