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DescriptionMickey And The Hartbeats - August 28, 1969
The Family Dog At The Great Highway - San Francisco, CA

Recording Info:
SBD -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> CD

Transfer Info:
CD -> Adobe Audition v3.0 -> Samplitude Professional v11.2.1 -> FLAC
(1 Disc Audio / 1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
December 10, 2012

-- Show will fit on one disc with an overburn
-- My research shows that this is from the master
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction

d1t01 - It's A Sin ->
d1t02 - Hi-Heel Sneakers
d1t03 - Dark Star ->
d1t04 - The Eleven

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mmwarchives 2012-12-11 12:01:41
Thanks so much for this gem of a gem!! Some notes from db.etree:

03/10/2003 Brian I just took a good long listen, first off it is definitely smokin'. Second I am pretty sure that the organist is none other than Howard Wales. It is pretty interesting to hear him on Dark Star. I wonder if this is one of the first times Garcia and him played together.

11/02/2004 Andy Someone plays a flute in the background for at least a couple minutes of this show (and maybe more) beginning at 10:30 into Dark Star. Any idea who it is?

pbuzby 2012-01-01 15:26:01
Show is with Howard Wales on organ. Probably a precursor to the gigs in 70 and 71 (Side Trips, Hooteroll) Jerry played with Wales, I believe rarely with other Dead members involved.

Any comments?? Agree or disagree about Howard Wales on organ & any idea of who the flute player is??
mmwarchives 2012-12-11 12:02:27
Also, some speculation regarding the date:

cryptical17 2011-12-31 09:13:50
I've always seen this list in Deadbase. Isn't this show probably from 1968 when Weir and Pigpen were on hiatus?

germain 2011-12-31 09:40:47
Best I can tell, the date of this show was taken off of Bear's cassette master. I guess it's possible he labeled the year incorrectly, but there is nothing I've seen to support that is the case.

Any thoughts??
tommie01 2012-12-11 15:31:43
Thanks wharfrat and friends. I really love these little nuggets that pop up from time to time.
MattyE 2012-12-11 18:26:30
Cool. thanks!
drivingwheel 2012-12-11 19:29:23
it's gotta be from the period where Weir and Pig were fired...So, it's Garcia, Lesh, Wales, Hart, Kreutzmann, and Andy Someone on flute??
jerome70 2012-12-11 19:30:37
Howard Wales on organ is what the illustrated trip also says this is the first "eleven jam"& the last "it's a sin" an eternal recurrence there,it appears- Friedrich Nietzsche would dig this show,eh?
-thank you so much mr.miller for all you do! we love you & wish you the best at this holiday season-giving people like you are what makes the world go 'round!
thecat18 2012-12-11 20:57:45
Thanks for sharing.
achipar 2012-12-11 21:36:22
cut the chatter or I'll have to turn it up more
opener17 2012-12-11 21:43:32
pscotton 2012-12-11 23:03:38
I don't know if I'm going to help here or just muddy the waters even more. My recollection, for what this is worth, is a handbill I saw stapled to a utility pole tha listed the Dead at Playland (aka Family Dog at the Great Highway) for three nigths, the 28th-30th. That's what got me out there. I was there on the 29th because I remember the Lovelight well and the 30th because of the Eleven. I had thought I was there all three nights but I don't recall Howard Wales at all. This makes me wonder about the date and the venue which is listed here as jg69-08-28. If I recall, the source for this is a cassette from Bear but the mix doesn't sound like anything he had a hand in, i.e. the vocals and flute so distant. Also, the crowd sounds pretty sparse. Granted, if the date is correct, this was a Thursday night but it seems more club-like in dynamics than Playland. I wonder if the venue isn't the Matrix. And perhaps a Tuesday night jam (8/26/69?).
acereraser 2012-12-12 02:08:34
Thanks bunches. Organ jazz rules.
mmwarchives 2012-12-12 09:53:47
<<So, it's Garcia, Lesh, Wales, Hart, Kreutzmann, and Andy Someone on flute??>>

It would not be 'Andy Someone'...that is just how that note got copied from The note is left from 'Andy" & the information
begins: 'Someone plays flute...' Just to clarify. We will probably never know, but I'm guessing tyhat it's not Ian Anderson--HA!!
dewey72 2012-12-12 22:07:03
"-thank you so much mr.miller for all you do! we love you & wish you the best at this holiday season-" from above, jerome70.
I heartily second these sentiments. Thank you!
Lilypad 2012-12-13 12:15:15
were they really "fired"? i thought these hartbeats shows just happened intermittently for a while as the greater band also continued to function

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