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December 28, 1979
Oakland Auditorium Arena
Jerry Garcia - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Mickey Hart - Drums
Bill Kreutzmann - Drums
Phil Lesh - Electric Bass, Vocals
Brent Mydland - Keyboards, Vocals
Bob Weir - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Source: SBD > MR > PCM > DAT > WAV > FLAC. DAT provided by B.Koucky/B.Fried.
Transfer/mastering: DAT (48 KHz) playback on Sony PCM-R500, AES digital output >
Benchmark DAC1, XLR analog output > Grace Lunatec V3, sample rate at 96 KHz, AES digiout) >
AES digital input, professional mode/sync - LynxTwo soundcard in E6400 dual core
processor-based PC > HD as 24 bit/96 KHz WAV > Ozone 3.0 > MBIT+ dithering to 16/44.1 KHz WAV >
CDWAV 1.9 (tracking) > FLAC (level 8). Recording, editing and mastering with Wavelab 5.0.
All cables were Mogami Gold 0.3m pro-audio XLR cables. All components in the transfer/mastering
chain were powered from a Cyberpower 1285AVR noise-attenuated uninterruptible AC power supply.
Transferred and mastered by ChrisL.
Seeded by the Green Mountain Bros. at bt.etree.org, September 2007.
Taper: Steve Rolfe 1st row balcony left side about a 1/4 to 1/3 back from the stage.
Source: nak 700's > d5 > DAT > cdr
Encoding: CDR > EAC(secure) > Cool Edit > CDWAV > mkwact > shn(seekable) by firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to Dave Minor for the cd's
Part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2003
Thank you to Chris Ladner, Bill Koucky, and B. Fried for the SBD transfer;
to Steve Rolfe for recording the show;
to Matt Vernon for the AUD transfer;
and to Dave Minor for the CD's that beheld the AUD.
Matrix by Hunter Seamons using Final Cut Pro (SHN & FLAC > AIFF > Final Cut > WAV > FLAC)
August 30, 2008
103-d1t03 Mama Tried ->
104-d1t04 Mexicali Blues
105-d1t05 Row Jimmy
106-d1t06 It's All Over Now
107-d1t07 High Time
108-d1t08 The Music Never Stopped
202-d1t10 Alabama Getaway ->
203-d1t11 Greatest Story Ever Told
204-d2t01 Terrapin Station ->
205-d2t02 Playin' In The Band -> Jam ->
206-d2t03 Drums ->
207-d2t04 Space ->
208-d2t05 Uncle John's Band ->
209-d2t06 I Need A Miracle ->
210-d2t07 Bertha ->
211-d2t08 Good Lovin'
212-d2t09 Casey Jones
213-d2t10 One More Saturday Night
1) Fades were used to create a "seamless" (i.e. continuous) AUD track.
2) The transition between discs is seamless.
3) Significantly, there is a cut in the SBD during Drums (1:32-2:06).
4) Show notes by Eric F. Wybenga, from his book, "Dead to the Core":
"This show opens with an all-time Sugaree and picks up from there. The second set is sick from
start to end,starting with a very clearly sung and played Alabama > Greatest and a Terrapin >
Playin' that's nothing short ofphenomenal. Jerry's singing in the Terrapin is very sensitive,
and the band jams it out fully before going into a Playin' of historic proportions, highlighted
by Brent's lush, otherworldly synth runs. The post-Drums cascade is a series of momentum-
building, flawless transitions between exciting versions of Uncle John's, Miracle, Bertha,
and Good Lovin'. The Casey Jones encore, like the rest of the show, has that little bit more
that kicks it into another realm. This one's hot, a must-have."
40 FIVE-STAR SHOW REVIEWS AT THE ARCHIVES!
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B. Proctor 9-2-08
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155:35.51 1646814876 B 0.6062 (21 files)
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|Size||952.40 MB (998659731 Bytes)|
|Num files||26 files|
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|What's up Hunter? Any progress on your high and low search?
|badbob, I think I found it!
|I agree. You found something. But it doesn't sound like a Grateful Dead show to me. Does it to you? If so, you need to go to rehab. My new release is documented. There's the only hint you'll get. Keep looking.
And just as an aside, I will make sure everything I release from now on is as accessible as the one you're looking for. Obviously with no success. I guess the wishes of the taper have no meaning for you. You're not alone there. In the long run; people get what they deserve.
|Thanks to all involved!
|is this a for real argument going on above me? there's nothing cooler than arguing about who releases the best Dead shows. all i know is that hunter has been a huge help to my ears over the past couple of years. thanks for taking the time to mix these sick recordings. germain - thanks for tagging. and to all the original tapers/seeders - thanks for preserving these amazing moments.
|the argument is not about who releases the best copies of shows. I asked Mr. Seamons a couple of years ago to refrain from using my auds as sources for his matrix projects. He promised me he would not use my sources. Then he couldn't help himself and did the San Diego 11-24-79 matrix with my source. I called him on it. There were a couple of mock apologies before he finally conveyed an apology that seemed for real. I expressed to him that there are too many versions of shows circulating. If Hunter does a matrix of my stuff, I won't release one of the same show. And I have guy who can do it better than Hunter does. His projects are all 60/40 soundboard to audience ratio mixes. They are not wonderful. He does a good job with sync, but that is the only nice thing I will say about them. They are sync'ed.
The rest of the story is this: Since we disagree about too many sources being out there, a bit of a battle has come up. Due to a lot of different issues, I am sharing my work with my friends and friends only. I released an audience and a matrix of a show (which shall remain nameless) and I will say it is documented. However it is not heavily circulated. IE it was made available under the promise it would not be released to the general public. When I informed Hunter, he vowed he would search high and low until he found it, congratulate me on the sound and then upload it here. So far he hasn't found it. And I keep reminding him.
|still no luck, eh hunter? what a morooon!!
|"my friend is better than you", "there's too many sources for dead shows", "I'm a penis face"
BadBob. This is what you sound like.
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