|Show||Grateful Dead 06/21/1995 Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, NY B&K 4021 *16 bit/44.1 khz* (new source to circulation)|
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Source: B&K 4021>Neumann/Stewart PS>Marantz PMD700 (48khz)
Location: OTS 1st row center
Transfer: Sony PCM-2600(Apogee AES/EBU)>Sound Devices 722 (16/48)>
Firewire>Macbook>Sound Studio 3.6(fades, normalize peak, +gain, track)>
Wave Editor 1.5.6 (iZotope Resampler)>
xACT 2.17(encode, align on sector boundaries, tag, fingerprint)>flac16 (level 8 )
Taped by: Seth Breidbart
DAT(1)>DAT(2) clone circa 1996 by: Eric Vandercar
DAT(2) seed and transfer by: Lenny Stubbe
Set I: (56:11)
02. Hell in a Bucket
04. Take Me To The River
05. Row Jimmy
06. Broken Arrow
07. Promised Land
Set II: (1:47:49)
02. Scarlet Begonias>
03. Fire on the Mountain
04. Women Smarter
05. It's All Too Much
06. Playin in the Band>
09. Easy Answers>
10. Morning Dew
11. encore break
12. US Blues
- Summer Solstice show
- Long 6:10 tuning to begin the show. I trimmed only very little of what was on the DAT. Weir comments around the 4:20 mark about the need to get it "just exactly perfect", much to the crowds excitement. Thanks to the delay, I didn't miss the opening notes to the show!
- Couple spots of slight digi noise that was between songs minimized/removed. No music was affected
- Say what you will about 1995, I attended this one and found it to be an amazing experience inside and outside the Knickerbocker Arena. A Summer Solstice Scarlet>Fire and a Morning Dew that made the whole show and had strangers hugging strangers in every row/aisle!
- Playin in the Band contains a Supplication jam
- 48 khz version exists
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|Totally agree with the post-er about this show. (thanks by the way!) One of the few '95 shows I actually listen to every so often to this day. I was also there and it was my last show. Definitely a standout (mostly for historical reasons but also for musical moments like the Fire jams, the playin> supplication, and the Morning dew). Us Blues was very nice to end it too. Absolutely worth downloading for the second set if you don't have it. Not frustrating to listen to like many '95 shows.
|For those anal about tagging... I keep forgetting to remove the "19" before the year for GD filesets. May want to adjust your tags by removing for smoother digital playback. I'll be changing mine before I file.
|in a silent way jam too..the mile davis song...if my memory serves
|Thanks for the reminder on the Supplication Jam. Man has it been a while since I gave this show a spin. Added to the torrent text for those who want to add to their text.
|Deadbase.com setlists have been down for a while, and none of my editions have 95.
|95 sure had some nice moments. alot of 92-94 shows were alot worse then this
|My copy of Deadbase has 95 added towards the rear of the book. This is a hard copy, not Deadbase.com. It was published in '96. Was this the last one they put out?
|Thanks bwood. Found 95 setlists in my Deadbase 9 on page 434. I think this was the last they put out unless they did a 95 only edition that I missed.
Sure enough though on their setlist of this show they don't list a Supplication jam in the setlist or in the notes. Their notes for 95 seem rather scarse and incomplete though.
The Supplication is obviously there, remember it the day of the show just didnt listen to the whole Playin closely to remind myself it was there. Im happy listing it as a note as if it's tracked in the fileset, the Playin would only be 3 mins or so, and while they go back into the Supp later in the jam, it's still your typical spacey Playin theme type jam.
As i said I wanted to check deadbase.com to see how the site had it listed, but their setlists have been down for months.
|Mike/brewcrew... I agree there are a couple "moments" in 95, but far more bad ones. The show is a nice example of a few good moments. Someone mentioned Billy and Mickey doing some amazing things in 95 and i totally agree with that. I felt the band sans Jerry were having an exceptionally great year, or it was only because of Jerry failing and them having to pick up the slack. Just listening to this Broken Arrow for example. It's played so well, Weir is really agreessive and clean, and Vince's licks are just perfectly spread through out. And it carries into Promised Land.
As far as 92 to 95 GD though, 93 has always been my preferred year.
|I am a fan of 93,too.
|Thanks Lenny, much appreciated!
|I have to agree on 93 - especially the spring tour
|Deadbase X had timings and reviews of all 1995 shows.
|I also always write off later 90's Dead (although I love that '93 Road Trips)
Any Ohio Phish this summer?
Im skipping Riverbend this year but in for Star Lake/Blossom.
Email me (this sign on at gmail). Need to hookup with you and Reeb this summer for sure.
|Pbuzby... I somehow missed X. Damn. I was probably pretty down with Jer gone and just didnt grab it. I have 7 8 9 and some annual additions. Thanks for the headsup.
|thanks len. i'll have to check my source on this one, great show! the night before a new light shined on me! 6-22-95 was a huge conflict for you i bet!