|Show||Grateful Dead - 1976-06-11 Boston Music Hall - Boston, MA ***Matrix Featuring a Betty Board Reel and a Jerry Moore Audience Recording***|
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Boston Music Hall
June 11, 1976
Jerry Garcia - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Donna Jean Godchaux - Vocals
Keith Godchaux - Keyboards
Mickey Hart - Drums
Bill Kreutzmann - Drums
Phil Lesh - Electric Bass, Vocals
Bob Weir - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
SBD of unknown lineage, from gdlive.com
[Occasional, sudden mix fluctuations throughout the show, such as Jerry switching between channels, accompanied sometimes by a very faint click sound. One wonders if this same issue is present in the master reels.]
[Dropout in Brown Eyed Women patched with shnid=7824]
Source: Recorded by Jerry Moore; AKG 200Es> Sony TC-153, mics split along front of loge
Lineage: AUDMC > DAT converion master Tascamm 122 MKII> Tascam DA-40 by Mark Cohen
DAT -> SHN Conversion: Tascam DA-30 playback > Egosys Waveterminal 2496 > Cool Edit 2000 > sector boundary verification (shntool v1.01) > mkwact > SHN(seekable) by David Minches,
Info file by Matt Vernon
Thank you to Betty Cantor-Jackson and Jerry Moore for recording the show,
and to David Minches for the AUD transfer.
Matrix by Jubal H. Seamons using Final Cut Pro (SHN > AIFF > Final Cut > AIFF CD tracking via Audacity > FLAC16 via xACT w/meta-tagging)
January 15, 2012
d1t01 - Might As Well
d1t02 - Mama Tried
d1t03 - Tennessee Jed
d1t04 - Cassidy
d1t05 - Candyman
d1t06 - Big River
d1t07 - Scarlet Begonias ->
d1t08 - Looks Like Rain
d1t09 - It Must Have Been The Roses
d2t01 - Lazy Lightning ->
d2t02 - Supplication
d2t03 - Brown Eyed Women
d2t04 - Promised Land
d2t05 - Tuning
d2t06 - St. Stephen ->
d2t07 - Dancing In The Street ->
d2t08 - The Music Never Stopped
d2t09 - Ship Of Fools
d2t10 - Samson And Delilah
d3t01 - Sugaree
d3t02 - Sugar Magnolia ->
d3t03 - Eyes Of The World ->
d3t04 - Stella Blue ->
d3t05 - Sunshine Daydream
d3t06 - Johnny B. Goode
1) Eyes is mesmerizing. Great show, great show.
2) Bob wishes Keith a happy birthday right before Sugaree, and the crowd goes nuts - although it wasn't Keith's birthday. (Love that gag.)
Note from the AUD text file, by Matt Vernon
Here's verbatim an answer I received from Jerry Moore concerning details of his recordings for this date, which I have included unedited
with the permission of the author:
Hi Matt --
I can never remember ANYTHING.
Ask Noah - no doubt he'll vouch for me on this one.
Maybe I can remember something, if I rack my brain. Nothing. Zip. Well,
maybe something. I was sitting in the first row loge one night, with the
mikes on the ledge. I think I spread them pretty well, too, even though the
Music Hall wasn't a venue I was terribly familiar with. Point of fact, I've
always been cautious about risky matters, but a tape recording? Hardly ever.
Come to think of it, I remember was more about making the tape in the loge
than I should. It comes back.... I believe I was actually sitting two or
three rows back, and fairly well centered. Jesus, this is a sorta
ridiculous sequence, unless I've got it mixed up with a totally different
show. I wouln't bet the farm on my being confused though, since some
incidentals are coming back as well.
I came prepared to compensate for the less than perfect seats. Each of my
mike cables was about fifteen feet long, and I had two twenty foot long
extensions. Add the whole string up, that's a run of about seventy feet of
cable, roughly the height of a seven story building. Never really thought
about that before. I ran the cables down the aisle, and split them along
the ledge, duct taping as necessary, and padded the mikes somewhat from
vibration with a couple of pieces of foam and wrapped them in towels as
well, leaving just the heads sticking out.
The place was already pretty full when I set up, and while most everybody
in the first row was pretty patient with me, there were a couple of
lunkheads, and to get around them I went scrambling out on the ledge
clinging to the rail, pretty much like any other monkey.
I was kind of paranoid about the mikes being that far out of sight and
reach, but I had asked some friendly looking types near the actual
positions to keep an eye on them, and ultimately everything went off
without a hitch.
The other night I was sitting on the floor, and all that comes back about
that is that I was quite close, and hand holding the mikes.
I was going to say that I don't remember where I sat on which night, and
that you'd have to listen to both tapes and try to guess from the results,
but I think I can place them exactly.
I have a very clear memory of pretty literally levitating out of my seat
howling at the first hint of Saint Stephen (pretty sure I was the first one
to react too, as I remember getting some strange looks behind it) and
damned surely wouldn't have been able to do that holding a microphone or
anywhere near one.
QED, whichever night they played Stephen, I was sitting upstairs.
Only other thing that comes to mind was that a union lighting guy saw me
doing my fairly blatant setup, and we had a rather surreal dialogue. He
told me something like "You can't do that, I get five hundred bucks if it's
a recording session," and went running to tell his boss or somebody.
Contractual obligations or not, the union rep must've had a functional
brain, because the guy came back bitching, having apparently been told to
go back to work and leave it alone.
Anyway, like I said, can't remember a damned thing.
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|What an absolutely lovely recording ... thank you for the attention and care putting this together.
|Beautiful work as usual Mr Seamons. The balance of sbd and aud is perfect for my ears. Nice and full. Thank you for your hard work and dedication. Peace.
|thanks so much for all you've done hunter and continue to do. btw, it seems as though there was a 6 mos hiatus of some sort. glad your back now i can see clearly again. oh yeah, any awsome artwork?
I'm stuck in Calgary until the beginning of May.
Ive been listening to this sweet show on the Archive. Brilliant mix it sounds awesome through my headphones !!!!!! I'm a traveling man for a short stint. The free wifi in my apt building has overkill firewalls and I'm unable to get anything to torrent or download this show. Is there any other way I can get a copy. I'd like to listen to this show on the road but not having a copy only lets me listen when I have internet access to the Archive. Hoping theres a solution ?! Big Love to you for breathing new life into these golden gems. !!!!!!!
|Thank you for all that you do !!
|hentairobsan2012, since you were the mastermind behind the Augusta '84 matrix recommendation, I would be more than happy to send you the flacs on a data disc - plus three other shows I could fit on there of your choosing. No need to do B&P - just send me your address and show selection, and I will promptly mail you the disc.
|we need moore shows. danks again.
|You are a true gentleman Mr Hunter !!
I will drop you a line shortly..........
|This is a wonderful recording but a subpar show. Jerry sounds out of it (check out The Music Never Stopped). Thanks so much for the efforts but sometimes a great recording reveals sloppy stuff
|thank you !
|re bohacks: This is far from a historic performance as the dead have just begun playing together again but the show has many powerful moments. for instance, the backwards eyes makes it interesting and jerry's phrasing on stella is weird but it is still a sweet version. thanks hunter
|many thanks !
|hope someone can help on a re-seed of
|now if we just get donna out of the mix, this'd be a darn near perfect show. thanks for the up and the hard work.
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