|Show||Grateful Dead - "Milwaukee '78: Candyman" - A One Song Seamons Matrix|
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|Description||"Milwaukee '78: Candyman"|
February 4, 1978
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
Matrix by Hunter Seamons, 11/24/12
Soundboard recording by Dan Healy
Audience recording transferred by Raoul Duke
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|another 30 days of dead song?
one more time and it will be hard to say it's a coincidence LOL
|30 days of what?
you past 2 uploads were exactly what they had on theirs
|mp3 soundboard source or ?
|There's no earthly way of knowing
Which direction we are going.
There's no knowing where we're rowing
Or which way the river's flowing.
Is it raining?
Is it snowing?
Is a hurricane a blowing?
Not a speck of light is showing
so the danger must be growing.
Are the fires of hell a glowing?
Is the grisly reaper mowing?
Yes! The danger must be growing
For the rowers keep on rowing.
And they're certainly not showing
any signs that they are slowing!
|stop the boat.
"it a wonderous boatride" !!
|No. Gonna row, ROW, ROW, row, row...
|You huge tease!!!! Where are the full show hseamons matrixes of the the other "one song" torrents?? Spoil us, my friend, spoil us!!
Cheers for all that you do & all the hard work that I know goes into these things. Keep the flame alive!!
|- Life is NOT but a dream?
- "Who can take tomorrow, dip it in a dream..."
- "I said, row Jimmy row/ Gonna get there I don't know..."
- "I'm on a boat, bitch/ Drinkin Santana champ cause it's so crisp...
This is ain't Sea World/ It's as real as it gets."
- It's global warning, stupid. So get out and row. Sprinkle it with Morning Dew.
|Thanks Hunter, but these one song teases are killing me! Your whole show matrices are second to none. Keep'em comin'.
|Great performance of Row Jimmy in this show, BTW....
|Jerry is overempasized, the audiece factor s just a tease, and there is no "at the show"ambiance
|Thanks for the honest feedback, rockaroo, which I value. Did you have a chance to compare this to the SBD alone? Sometimes when I listen to a matrix, I think not much has really been enhanced, but then after listening to the straight SBD, the difference is very apparent, and hopefully more pleasing. Matrixes have really messed with my mind at times, and I do not always make the best choices for them - this much I know. I have a partner that does QC for the Trix, but I often hide my projects from him and do not always include him, for selfish reasons. We got in a serious argument over the results on 10/12/84, and we haven't been talking much since then. Maybe that's why my latest efforts have been sub par?
|Sometimes audio anomalies become magical charms.
|I would DIE for a fuil show matrix of this gem. I've only ever heard the audience version in circulation and this track (and I think the Dupree's made it onto the Dick's Picks for the other night). It's one of the all-time great Terrapins, an all-around incredible performance. Jerry's voice is something else. Is there even a complete sbd of this night? Thank you for all that you do, HS!!!