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March 11, 1993
Jerry Garcia - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Mickey Hart - Drums
Bill Kreutzmann - Drums
Phil Lesh - Electric Bass, Vocals
Bob Weir - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Vince Welnick - Keyboards, Vocals
SBD -> Master Dat (44.1k)
Master Dat (Sony R500) -> Tascam SS-R05 -> Samplitude Professional v11.1 -> FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 1 DVD FLAC)
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
June 13, 2012
Master Audience Recorded By Mr. Darby
AKGC451EB/CK1's (DIN/Section 3 Row 48 Seat 8/6 Feet High)>
Whirlwind Phantoms>Sony TC-D5M,Tapes Set 1:Sony Metal-ES,Set 2:Denon MG-X
Transfer Information:Tascam 112 MKII (XLR Out)> Tascam HD-P2 @ 24/48>
HDD>Amadeus Pro (Tracking/Fades/FLAC8)
Tracks Renamed/Dithered/Flacked with Korg Aqua To 16/44 By Keo
SBE's Checked/Fixed With Trader's Little Helper
Metadata Tagging With Tag&Rename
Comments:Another Huge Thanks out to Mr. Darby For
recording and sharing his source for this final
show of the Rosemont Horizon 1993 run of shows!
Another excellent share from the Darby collection
of Grateful Dead Master Audiences!
AS ALWAYS ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[shnid=10538 patches the cut at the beginning of Masterpiece]
Thank you to Charlie Miller for the SBD transfer,
to Mike Darby for recording the show on cassette,
and to Keo for the AUD transfer.
Matrix by Jubal H. Seamons using Final Cut Pro (FLAC > AIFF > Final Cut > AIFF CD tracking via Audacity > FLAC16 via xACT w/meta-tagging)
June 23, 2012
d1t01 - Help On The Way ->
d1t02 - Slipknot! ->
d1t03 - Franklin's Tower
d1t04 - Little Red Rooster
d1t05 - Althea
d1t06 - When I Paint My Masterpiece
d1t07 - So Many Roads ->
d1t08 - The Music Never Stopped
d2t01 - Iko Iko
d2t02 - Wave To The Wind ->
d2t03 - Truckin' ->
d2t04 - Spoonful ->
d2t05 - He's Gone ->
d2t06 - Drums ->
d3t01 - Flibberty Jib On The Bippity Bop* ->
d3t02 - The Island* ->
d3t03 - Space ->
d3t04 - The Other One ->
d3t05 - Days Between ->
d3t06 - Around And Around
d3t07 - Liberty
*with Ken Nordine
This was the first show my older brother, Ben, went to, who was the same guy who helped me get on the bus around this time, when I was 11 or 12 years old. I recall being particularly inspired after listening to a bootleg from his tape collection. The show was 9/27/72 at the Stanley Theatre, with the "Morning Dew" opener. I played that song over and over on that tape, without really venturing into the rest of the show. "Morning Dew" had such an ancient and familiar emotional quality to it, and Jerry's voice seemed timeless. The song transcended its immediate subject in the lyrics and spoke some deeper level of age-old wisdom through the melody itself - and Jerry's guitar. It blew my mind.
Anyway, last summer I was walking down Wabash Avenue in Chicago under the 'L' tracks with Ben and asked him what his first show was (not sure why it took so long to ask that question). His words: "Rosemont '93, 'Help-Slip-Frank's' opener." That was it - nothing more to explain.
So, this matrix was the first time I actually listened to this show - because how can you listen to a '93 soundboard without being immediately turned off by the sound of the Grateful Dead playing into a cardboard box on the floor that's in some dark room back stage? It just doesn't make sense to hear Jerry's guitar playing to "nothing" and not reverberating in the room and ears of thousands of happy, hungry people. And NO guitar can resound in a room like Jerry's, so why not provide a more accurate picture of what went down? This makes all the difference sonically, in my opinion, and what makes it a "show" on tape.
And what a show it is! I perused a bunch of reviews online, and this show appears to be one of the top-rated shows of '93. Ken Nordine doing "Flibberty Jib On The Bippity Bop"? - gotta matrix THAT voice! And how about a "Days Between" for the ages, or that scorching "Other One"? "So Many Roads" is always a treat. So dig in and have fun! I recommend adding a little bass on your EQ to make up for the '93 soundboard sterility, which is why I haven't been too keen on working with '93 tapes in the first place. But there are, of course, worthy exceptions...as in Chicago '93, and my brother's first show.
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|The Flibberty Jib On The Bippity Bop......the Flibberty Jib On The Bippity Bop!!!!! THE FLIBBERTY JIB ON THE BIPPITY BOP!!!!!! Yes! YES!!!! YEEEEEESSSS!!!!
| Also, Vince was on his best behavior this evening. The whole band was on! Rather than attempting to go over the top with energy, the band maintains a disciplined groove throughout, going for ensemble cohesion, attempting to do their best chicago blues start to fin. Get this. You won't be disappointed. Nonetheless, the new Miller SBD represents the quality of the original first set tape I used to have; stereo, well mixed, even balanced. Even so, I'm gonna get this matrix because at the best GD shows, the audience is clearly part of the music.
Once again, thank you, HS for all your thankless efforts to make the GD catalogue that much more interesting!
Here's a question that's been recently on my mind.
I was listening to the Litzenberger aud of 3/26/90 http://archive.org/details/gd1990-03-26.sennME80.wklitz.94411.flac16 and I felt that this is one of the finest representations of how an audience recording should sound. Why is it that the GD official sbd releases fail to take into account the incredible sound-sculpting achievements of MR. Dan Healy? It seems that an audience recording of that quality should be the starting point for a release, and the SBD release should be based on that mix. I know that what you're doing clearly follows that formula in principle, but the best audience tapes show us exactly how the show is supposed to sound. I hope and pray that, in the future, J. Norman will take such recordings as his reference when mastering any Grateful Dead. Infuse my music with some life, brother!
Enough of my rant. Thank you for attempting to mix this extraordinary show for us. Can't wait to hear the results.
|I avoid the later day Dead like the plague. My last show was in '91 and seeing Jerry made me just want to cry. That and the cops rounding up people in the parking lot in pens was all I could take. However your text notes give me hope, encouraging me to wade into this pool once again.
|Thanks! Had awful seats for this show, behind the stage in the top left corner of the balcony, but it actually sounded OK & my buddy & I are big Nordine fans so this has always been a favorite. Looking forward to the "new" version!
|If anybody has an actual picture of the Rosemont Horizon, before it became White Castle Arena, please send it to me at email@example.com.
|I'm sure these images are copyrighted, but still quite something to see:
|I did a google image search of "rosemont horizon grateful dead" and got a pic of Ken Nordine:
Problem is that it doesn't become a complete link.
|Oh, I was particularly looking for a larger sized exterior shot, of which there is virtually nothing of online, from my searches.....
|Thanks so much for the 93 Hunter!
|I believe this show just popped up, you must have been particularly inspired. I am also not a fan of later era Dead but I kept going through '95 because every once in a while they could pull it together and throw out a good one. Thanks Hunter.
|97X........Braaaaaaaam! The future of rock and roll.
|Thanks for sharing this show, really looking forward to listening to it.
|Thanks Jubal, been loving some of these 90's shows and your Matrix's are always outstanding!
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