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June 10, 1973
-- taped and remastered by Monte Barry
-- Sony TC 2850SD portable stereo cassette recorder
-- Sony ECM 99 single-point stereo mic
-- mic is hand-held on mic-stand shaft, with arm raised up
-- FOB center infield, between sbd platform and stage platform
-- transferred by Matt Smith
MAC tapes > Nak BX300 > Apogee Mini Me > Mini DAC (monitoring/mastering) > Lynx One soundcard > Wavelab 5.0 > 24/96 FLACs > Samplitude Pro 7.22 > 16/44 > TLH > SBEs fixed > CD Tag
d1t01 - Morning Dew
d1t02 - Beat It On Down The Line
d1t03 - Ramble On Rose
d1t04 - Jack Straw
d1t05 - Wave That Flag
d1t06 - Looks Like Rain
d1t07 - Box Of Rain
d1t08 - They Love Each Other
d1t09 - The Race Is On
d1t10 - Row Jimmy
d1t11 - El Paso
d2t01 - Bird Song
d2t02 - Playing In The Band
d2t03 - Eyes Of The World ->
d2t04 - Stella Blue
d2t05 - Big River
d2t06 - Here Comes Sunshine
d3t01 - Around And Around
d3t02 - Dark Star ->
d3t03 - He's Gone ->
d3t04 - Wharf Rat ->
d3t05 - Truckin'
d3t06 - Sugar Magnolia
Set 3: jam with Dickey Betts, Butch Trucks, and Merl Saunders
d4t01 - It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry
d4t02 - That's All Right, Mama
d4t03 - The Promised Land
d4t04 - Not Fade Away ->
d4t05 - Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
d4t06 - Drums ->
d4t07 - Not Fade Away
d4t08 - Johnny B. Goode
-- this is a major upgrade in sound quality
-- replaces Monte's shnid 90351
-- these transfers are fixed up pretty good
-- Morning Dew has SBD patch from 07:02.5 until 07:14.2, due to accidental pause/unpause by taper
-- PITB has AUD patch from 05:30.8 until 06:10, due to reel change
-- PITB set-ending announcement has SBD patch
-- Eyes Of The World has AUD patch at start until 14:52.5, due to taper getting stoned during break
-- Big River has AUD patch at start until 00:02.6
-- Around And Around has SBD patch at end from 05:13.9 to 05:41, "We're gonna tune up real good"
-- He's Gone has SBD patch from 14:30.2 to 14:48.2 (ending), due to reel flip
-- Wharf Rat has SBD patch from the start to 00:12.5, due to reel flip
-- That's Alright Mama has SBD patch from 06:11.2 to 08:59.5, due to tape damage
-- GDTRFB has SBD patch from 04:42.3 to 5:05.3, due to reel flip
-- I cleaned up most of the glitches, and I tagged the files
SBD patch Source and Lineage: shnid 90979
transferred by David Hollister and G.S. Hamilton
MR > PCM > cassette > DAT > CD > EAC > SHN
AUD patch Source and Lineage: shnid 89681
taped by Bill Gadsden
(FOB) Unknown Mics > Cassette Master > Reel (1/4 Track - 7.5 ips)
transferred and mastered by Charlie Miller
Reel (Sony TC-366) > Korg MR-1000 > Samplitude Pro 10.02 > FLAC
This AUD recording epitomizes the very best of the Grateful Dead "live sound" for the time. The prototype Wall of Sound is nailed by Alembic and the sound crew for this show. Set within an outdoor Stadium, this close-up infield FOB spatially captures sound from the two Aux PA towers on the infield, behind the taper. This sound delay adds a touch of ear candy as it rolls around the stadium. June 9 was my first time taping. June 10 was a Modal Spectacle. These shows at RFK Stadium were by far the best sound I ever heard come out of a PA System, period. It was a sensational orgy of sound.
Matt Smith did a great job transferring these tapes of mine! Thank you!
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bit torrent for the new June 9 transfers - seeded here the other day:
-- 24/96 torrent info page for June 9
-- 15/44 torrent info page for June 9
|Thanks sooo much!!! Also really enjoyed 6-9-73 :)
|I'll bet your arm was tired by the end of the show!
|I second enjoying the previous show - that sound was sweet. Maybe not the "best" as other people were 'nice' enough to point out, but in fact the mix was pretty fat, with a very clear Hammond B3 via Keith - all other players clear and equal in the mix.
|also really enjoyed 6-9-73! cant wait to give this a listen!
|Hey my name is Barry Smith! Thanks Monte Barry and Mike Smith
|Thanks Monte, your tapes are a very welcome addition to the community for those of us who cherish pre-hiatus auds.
|Right on! The sound's definitely a big improvement over the previous transfer. I love how clear and chunky Phil's bass is. And it's a blast to hear the audience get increasingly locked in with the band as the show goes on. Thanks a ton!
|Thanks for sharing.
|please transfer all of monte's tapes. thank you
|Got to listen to the 1st set of this last night, and it settles in spectacularly. Jerry is just smoking' through that PITB and the sound here is wonderful. LLR and Row Jimmy also particularly full and glowing to my ear on this tape.
For all the millions of little moments that make GD so rewarding, sometimes the greatest treat is to just step back and give a long listen to a quality aud of one of the early mega-shows where they really get rolling and just hit it out of the park. Those huge crowds are just pulled along for the ride and there's no substitute for being in the mix of that with some quality gear.
Nice upgrade to my earlier source; like being there :)
|Thanks for these
|i you can remember it, you were not actually there. i do not believe your stories, but this is a great recording. the stereo seperation and bass response is incredible. this recording must have been made very close to the stage or pa stack. it is hard to make an audience recording that sounds this good today. i can only guess that the dead's pa system had something to do with this.
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