Grateful Dead

New Vines 2009

With collaboration from various kind folks in the Dead.net vining community, our own erickat prepared this handy guide explaining how vining works hereabouts. Many thanks to all involved, and vine on! --

Dead.Net Vines - What It Is & How It Works

(We're changing some things for 2009)

BACKGROUND: The concept of a "vine" is music sharing through conventional means (e.g. mailing cd's or dvd's) with the sign-up list being on-line. The basic idea is that someone starts (seeds) a vine, made up of one or multiple shows,and sends it via mail to the first person who signs up. That person makes a copy for themselves and sends the ORIGINAL media on to the next person on the list. As more people sign up, it continues to grow and grow - hence the name "vine".

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Make sure you can deal with the media format. Many vines are in audio CD format, so the minimum basic requirement is that you are knowledgeable and capable of copying audio CD's. Other vines are in DVD format, which means you at least need the capability of reading a DVD. Yet others are in SHN or FLAC format- if you sign up for one of these, you need to know how to deal with those formats. Help is readily available - just ask. Here are some helpful links:

Flac Format

SHN Format

DEFINITIONS:

VINE: An original physical package of music or video (cd's/dvd's) being passed from person to person

VINEYARD: A topic within Dead.net (where all the vine forums exist) SEEDER: A person who initiates a vine (creates the original "seed" media) PM: Short for "Private Message" - communication provided through dead.net SIGNUP LIST: The list of people who sign up to receive the package. Note - Be careful to get the most up to date version - you may have to go back a few pages from the end to find it.

POSTING: The act of leaving a message in a forum (very important) Post to sign-up Post when a vine arrives ; Post after a vine is sent.

New VINE Process (changes for 2009):

1. Check the Vinedex (updated from time to time, but may be out of date) to make sure it hasn't already been vined. Note - not everything is fair game for vining. Check the following before vining anything:

a) The Vinedex

b) Dicks Picks

c) Other Live Albums

d) Download Series

If it's not in those places, it is generally fair game. No copyrighted material, please Taper friendly bands only. (Marye may veto a particular vine for copyright or similar reasons.)

2. Post your vine info here (without signup list) - maybe include a note reminding people not to sign-up until it has its own topic.

3. Marye creates a forum topic with the vine info & a blank sign-up list and posts a link in the new vines area (e.g. VINE XXXX Lives HERE - with a link)

4. Then people go to that vine & start signing up NOTE - to make it easier on Marye, you could also PM her with the info. No early sign-ups - Any sign-ups before the vine has its own home will be ignored

SIGNING UP FOR A VINE:

1. Find a VINE you want to sign-up for.

2. Locate the most recent and most complete LIST (towards the end of the vine)

3. Copy the list & paste it into a new message, adding your username at the bottom.

4. Post the message & PM the person directly before you with your name & mailing address. Note the fact that you signed up for this vine (a spreadsheet is a good idea) (it can take a long time between when you sign up and when it arrives, so you really need to track what you're on the hook for & when to expect it- it's a responsibility)

5. Check your PM inbox and the vines you've signed up for periodically, so you know if someone is looking for you AND so you know when to expect each vine's arrival. Remember, if someone posts that they sent it to you & that's the last we know... it will look like you were the one that dropped the ball. If you don't receive a vine when you thought it was coming, then Post

6. When the vine arrives, post to dead.net (on the appropriate vine) that you received it.

7. Take care of the media - don't scratch 'em or crack 'em or put your fingerprints all over them - clean media means a longer lived vine

8. Make a copy for yourself & mail the ORIGINALS to the next person on the list.(If the person directly behind you on the list hasn't sent you their address, PM them. If no response after 3 or 4 days, PM the next in line - but post to the vine so people know)

9. Please make sure to properly package and address the media before mailing it. We have had some unfortunate losses, due to bad addresses, packages falling apart and just plain lost in the mail. Padded envelopes are cheap - and make sure they're securely taped & properly addressed.

10. AFTER you mail it, post on dead.net (on the appropriate vine) that you have sent it to the next person on the list. It is your responsibility to remember what you sign up for and be anticipating its arrival. Post messages to the vine upon receipt and again, after you have sent it on.

TROUBLESHOOTING:

1. If you did not receive a PM or email from the person who is next on the list, PM them. If no response, then PM the following person for an address and send it to them, if they respond. If they don't, PM the next person - but in any case, make a posting on Dead.Net (on the appropriate vine) about what you're doing. This is very important. It's the only way we know what's going on.

2. If you were expecting a vine and did not receive it - PM the person who was going to send it to you. In any event, post to Dead.Net (on the appropriate vine) with the circumstances, so everyone knows what is going on. It can't be overstated how important POSTING is - just knowing what is going on will prevent speculation, accusations & hard feelings.

CAVEAT EMPTOR As a friend of mine always says ... "don't sweat the small stuff" - "and by the way - it's all small stuff."

Life happens - car accidents, arrests, people get sick - people abscond - but you can't get overly upset about any of it, especially when it's all free. Sometimes vines disappear - and many times, they are revived or re-seeded by kind folk. This is the most unrestrictive & trusting vine community I know of - and the reason we emphasize posting is so we can keep the music flowing - not to accuse or condemn. If we know a vine is lost, then someone can re-seed and keep the music going. Nobody should get upset or make personal attacks over what happens here. In the past, we've had all sorts of reasons why people just disappear - and when they came back, we were overjoyed that they did. Sometimes, if a person is known to be unreliable, their name will be removed from the vine lists - but that's a rare occurrence.

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Am I first???

On December 8th, 2009 That Nice Hippy Guy said:
2 SBD’s and 3 AUD’s. I tried to pick the most unique shows that I could find, and represent a few years. Flac files on 5 CD-R’s. Includes –

jg91-08-25.sbd.hudson.28843.sbeok.flac16
jg91-12-08.sbd.harris.29549.sbeok.shnf
jg92-05-08.aud.unknown.13349.sbeok.shnf
jg94-01-12.aud.loy.30691.sbeok.flac16
jg94-01-13.neumann.unknown.82760.sbeok.flac16

Garcia Grisman
Gold Coast Concert Bowl Squaw Valley CA
8.25.91

SBD

Taper: Unknown
Transfer: Adam Hudson
Email: adhud8572@adelphia.net

SBD DAT > TASCAM DA-20 MKII > Tascam CD-RW5000 > CDR
Extracted Sony Sound Forge 7.0 > CDWAV > Flac > To You

Jack A Row
Spring in California
Grateful Dawg
Louis Collins
Off To Sea
Friend of The Devil
Two Soldiers
So What

Russian Lullaby
Dawg Waltz
Thrill Is Gone
Old Rockin' Chair
Arabia (A)
Arabia (B)
Eat My Dust W/ Bela Fleck
Ripple W/ Bela Fleck

Garcia / Grisman 12.8.91
Warfield Theater - San Francisco, CA

Jerry Garcia - Vocals, Guitar, Banjo
David Grisman - Mandolin, Vocals, Banjo
Jim Kerwin - Bass
Joe Craven - Percussion, Fiddle

-DISC/SET ONE- (63:13)
01 Shady Grove
02 Sitting In Limbo
03 Rosa Lee McFall
04 So What
05 I Ain't Never Seen Nobody Like You
06 The Thrill Is Gone
07 Dawg's Waltz
08 Dreadful Wind and Rain
09 Arabia

-DISC/SET TWO- (64:43)
01 Red Rockin' Chair*
02 Trouble In Mind*
03 Sweet Sunny South**
04 Walkin' Boss*
05 Jack-A-Roe
06 Friend Of The Devil
07 Louis Collins
08 Grateful Dawg
09 Russian Lullaby
10 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
(E)
11 Ripple

*Garcia/Grisman duet
**Garcia & Grisman Duet on Banjo

Garcia & Grisman
Warfield Theater
San Francisco, CA
5/8/92

MAD (unknown taper, location, gear) > unknown
DAT gens > unknown CD gens > HP 9350i extraction
using EAC (v0.9 beta 4) > slight editing using
Sound Forge Studio 6.0 > tracking using CD Wave
(v1.6) > sector boundary verification using
shntool (v1.01) > .shn encoding using mkwACT
(v0.97 beta 1). EAC >> SHN by Joe Jupille.

Disc One (9) 56:56
--Set I--
01. ... Jack-A-Roe [#5:44] [0:47]
02. Long Black Veil [5:57] [0:38]
03. Louis Collins [5:31] [0:50]
04. 16x16 [4:49] [1:08]
05. Fields Have Turned Brown [4:53] [0:15]
06. Russian Lullaby/ [6:41#] [0:04]
07. Red Rockin' Chair Blues [4:04] [0:13]
08. She Belongs To Me [6:06] [0:26]
09. Bag's Groove [8:42] [0:03]

Disc Two (10) 57:57
--Set II--
01. /When First Unto This Country [#4:44] [0:31]
02. I'm Troubled [4:08] [0:20]
03. Tell It To Me [3:13] [1:43]
04. Off To Sea Once More [5:49] [1:01]
05. Stealin' [4:08] [0:59]
06. Eat My Dust [7:26] [0:51]
07. Down Where The River Bends [5:01] [0:11]
08. Wind and Rain [5:18] [0:19]
09. So What? [7:56] [0:10]
--Encore--
10. Ripple [4:06]

Garcia & Grisman
Warfield Theater; San Francisco, CA
1/12/94

MAD (unknown taper, location, & equipment) > DATs > playback
on Tascam DA-30 > HHB-800 master CD > 2CD > HP 9350i extraction
using EAC > tracking using CD Wave > .shn encoding using mkwACT.
D > CD by David Minches, EAC > SHN by Joe Jupille>AU@96000 hz 32 bit float
digitally remastered by Bob Loy(The Other One)>16 bit signed pcm wav @ 44100 hz
>tracked@16bit>FLAC

MAD>DATs>CD(David Minches)>EAC(jjoops)>SHn>AU@96k32bit(loy)>16bitWAV@44100 hz>FLAC

Disc One (7) 42:29
--Set I--
1. Teddy Bear's Picnic [4:48] [0:55] 5:43
2. Jack-A-Roe [4:31] [1:10] 5:41
3. Dark As A Dungeon [7:12] -> 7:12
4. Bow Wow [5:31] [1:35] 7:06
5. Two Soldiers [4:18] -> 4:18
6. Friend Of The Devil [7:02] -> 7:02
7. Louis Collins [5:22] [0:24] 5:27

Disc Two (11) 66:06
--Set II--
1. Tuning & Stage Talk [0:51] :51
2. Stealin'* [4:05] [0:56] 5:01 5:01
3. Jenny Jenkins* [4:55] -> 4:55
4. Walkin' Boss [7:17] -> 7:17
5. When First Unto This Country [4:33] [0:24] 4:50
6. Milestones [8:42] -> 8:42
7. Sitting In Limbo> [9:22] [1:01] 10:23
8. Russian Lullaby [6:38] -> 6:38
9. I Ain't Never Seen Nobody Like You [3:07] [0:30] 3:37
10. Bag's Groove [9:24] -> 9:27
11. Ripple [4:11] [0:16] 4:25

Notes:
• = Garcia & Grisman duet

Jerry Garcia & David Grisman
Warfield Theatre
San Francisco, CA
January 13, 1994

Source: FOB DAUD Nuemann km 54's > Teac > DAT x ?
Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 > M-Audio 24/96 >
Wavelab 5.0 (L3 multimaximizer) > CD WAVE > FLAC
Transfers, Remastering and Seeded to bt.etree.org February 21, 2007 by Bill Koucky

Disc 1 35:45
1st Set:
1. //Shady Grove
2. Long Black Veil
3. Rosalie McFall
4. Dawg's Waltz
5. Freight Train
6. Hot Corn, Cold Corn
7. Red Rockin' Chair
8. Grateful Dawg

Disc 2 64:24
2nd Set:
1. Troubled In Mind*
2. Ballad Of Casey Jones*
3. There Ain't No Bugs On Me*
4. Band Introductions
5. So What?
6. Old Rockin' Chair
7. Stealin'
8. Poison Glass Of Wine
9. Drink Up And Go Home
10. Arabia

"You know the one thing we need is a left handed monkey wrench....."

joneb

Peace

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YMSB and WP New Years 2008 Vine

Happy Holidays!
I am going to shift gears a little and since it's that time of the year I would like to share a New Years party with you all. Yonder Mountain String Band opening for Widespread Panic at the Pepsi Center Denver, Colorado 12/30 an 12/31 2008. Many great moments these 2 nights. Notably on NYE WP opening the show by nearly playing their entire first album Space Wrangler and then Jeff Austin and Dave Johnston getting on stage and playing with them for a few songs. What a way to ring in the new year and we had a fantastic time!
These will be Flac files on a DVD. Cheers!

PS If there is interest I can seed more Panic shows.

Yonder Mountain String Band
Pepsi Center
Denver, Colorado
12/30/2008

Source: Schoeps CCM4V'S(din)>Lunatec V2>Sound Devices 722 (24/48)
Location: FOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP 42' From Stage, 6' High
DSP: Sound Devices 722>Sound Forge 7.0>CD Wave>flac(16)
Recorded By: Z-Man
Seeded By: Z-Man

Disc I

01 Banter
02 Side Shopw Blues
03 40 Miles From Denver
04 Idaho
05 Maid of the Canyon
06 Belle Parker
07 Yes She Do (No She Don't)
08 Catch Me A Criminal
09 No Expectations >
10 If You're Ever In Oklahoma

Disc II

01 Banter - Thanks
02 My Gal >
03 If I Live
04 Spanish Harlem Incident
05 Snow On The Pines >
06 Girlfriend Better >
07 Snow On The Pines
08 Dance Boatman

Widespread Panic
December 30, 2008
Pepsi Center
Denver, CO

Source:Neumann KM184's(din)>V3>722 @ 24/48
Location: FOB/DFC 42'From Stage,6'High
Transfer: 722>CD Wave>Wavelab(resample/fades)>flac
Recorded By: Jamie Scott
Seeded By: Jamie Scott

disc 1, set 1

01 crowd/tuning
02 Fishwater
03 Walkin'
04 Wonderin'
05 You Should Be Glad
06 Blight >
07 Climb To Safety
08 Gimme
09 Little Kin'
10 Action Man

disc 2, set 2

01 crowd/tuning
02 B of D
03 Time Zones >
04 Genesis
05 Flicker >
06 Pigeons >
07 Maggot Brain >
08 Other One Jam >
09 Drums >
10 Jam >
11 Maggot Brain >
12 Pigeons

disc 3, set 2 cont.

01 Christmas Katie >
02 Radio Child >
03 Immitation Leather Shoes
Encore:
04 crowd
05 Tickle The Truth Into Submission >
06 Cream Puff War

Yonder Mountain String Band
December 31st, 2008
Pepsi Center
Denver, CO

***16 BIT***

Source: Schoeps mk4v's(ORTF)>kc5>m222>nt222>744
Location: FOB/ DFC, 50' from stage, stand @ 6'
Transfer: 744t>CD Wave>Wavelab 5>Flac
Taped and Transferred by Derek Davis

Disc 1

01 Intro
02 Out Of The Blue
03 Don't You Lean On Me
04 How 'Bout You
05 Another Day
06 Steep Grade Sharp Curves
07 Casualty
08 Kentucky Mandolin~>
09 Sidewalk Stars
10 Death Trip
11 If There's Still Ramblin' In The Rambler (Let Him Go)~>
12 Angel~>Riverside~>Angel
13 Ramblin' Reprise

Widespread Panic
Wednesday, December 31st, 2008
The Pepsi Center - Denver, CO

Sourse: Josephson c42mp > Busman Tmod R-4 + Avenson STO-2 > Busman Tmod R-4
Transfer: R-4 > PC > Sound Forge 9.0 > CD Wave > flac
Location: OTS, directly behind the SBD, 5' ROC, 9' high
Taped and transferred by Bob Fager - bob_at_bobfager_dot_com

Set 1 / disc 1:
01 Chilly Water
02 Travelin' Light
03 Space Wrangler
04 Coconuts
05 The Take Out
06 Porch Song
07 Stop/Go
08 Driving Song

Set 2 / disc 2:
01 highlights of 2008 / countdown to the new year
02 Auld Lang Syne
03 As Time Goes By
04 Tall Boy
05 Walk On The Flood
06 Ain't life Grand* >
07 Who Do You Belong To?*
08 Fixin' To Die*
09 Vacation
10 Clinic Cynic
11 Weak Brain, Narrow Mind
12 Don't Be Denied

Disc 3 (2nd set cont'd):
01 Angels On High
02 Arleen >
03 Papa's Home
04 Give
Encore:
05 Up All Night >
06 Disco >
07 Love Tractor

* With Jeff Austin on Mandolin and Dave Johnston on Banjo

"I've stayed in every blue-light cheap hotel. Can't win for tryin. Dust off those rusty strings just one more time. Gonna make em shine."

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Brent Mydland solo 1982

Brent Mydland unreleased solo album 1982
Source: SBD (just enough hiss to suggest an analog gen.

SBD>C>CDR>EAC>SHN>CDR

This is a studio album remastered to cd .
(54:40)
1- Inlay It In Your Heart
2- Tons Of Steel
3- Dreams
4- Maybe You Know
5- Nobody's
6- See The Other Side
7- Long Way To Go
8- Take One
FILLER: Built To Last Outtakes:
9- Start Your Engines
10- Blow Away
11- Take You Home
FILLER:
Silver
12- Instrumental
13- Climbing

Mydland recorded and mastered a solo album, but it was never released.
Intended for this album were "Tons Of Steel
with Monty Byron on guitar, "Maybe You Know , "Nobody's", "Long Way To Go",
and "Dreams".

Possibly the sessions discussed with Betty Cantor-Jackson in "The DeadHeads
Taping Compendium Vol 2" .

TDHTC: "You recorded music for a Brent Mydland solo album that was never
released, correct?" Cantor-Jackson:
"Yeah, we worked on it for a year, between everything else.
Phil used to come into the studio every night and sit down and listen with a
big grin on his face. He loved it.
That was great stuff. It's the best of Brent and the best of me. Someday I'd
really like to put it out. You can definitely hang out inside those mixes"

Other info here:
http://www3.clearlight.com/~acsa/mydland.htm

Enjoy !
Stu

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FWGV Vine Installment #2

This will cover two artist that there is not a lot of on this site, Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin. There will be approximately 12 gigs of Bob and 6 of Janis. Again these are Soundboards, Pre FM or better. Also there are obviously more shows than I am listing here. Many of these shows are very obscure without reliable dates. ( two shows, on the east & west coast on the same date) I will try to fit all of this on 4 dvd's in shn/flac format. Enjoy... and share!

BoB_Dylan_11_04_61_CarniegieHall
BoB_Dylan_07_24_64_NewportFolkFestival
BoB_Dylan_05_06_65_Newcastle
BoB_Dylan_06_15_65_StudioOuttakes
BoB_Dylan_07_25_65_NewportFolkFestival
BoB_Dylan_10_03_65_HollywoodBowl
BoB_Dylan_01_17_69_Cash_StudioOuttakes
BoB_Dylan_05_01_70_GeorgeHarrison
BoB_Dylan_XX_XX_86_WindmillLaneSessions
BoB_Dylan_01_24_86_TomPetty
BoB_Dylan_XX-XX-87_GESmithrehearsals
BoB_Dylan_XX_XX_88_WilburysOuttakes
BoB_Dylan_XX_XX_89_StudioOuttakes
BoB_Dylan_11_16_93_New York_early
BoB_Dylan_11_16_93_New York_late
BoB_Dylan_12_08_97_NewYork

Janis_Joplin_01_18_63_KPFAStudios
Janis_Joplin_06-_25_64_Jorma'sHouse
Janis_Joplin_02_12_67_CaliforniaHall
Janis_Joplin_03_XX_68_CheapThrillsOuttakes
Janis_Joplin_03_01_68_TheGrandeBallroom
Janis_Joplin_06_23_68_CarouselBallroom
Janis_Joplin_08_XX_68_NewportFestival
Janis_Joplin_10_26_68_HollywoodPalaceShow
Janis_Joplin_02_12_69_FillmoreEast
Janis_Joplin_03_21_69_Winterland
Janis_Joplin_04_01_69_Amsterdam
Janis_Joplin_06_XX_69_KozmicBluesOuttakes
Janis_Joplin_07_XX_69_DickCavettShow
Janis_Joplin_08_30_69_InternationalPopFestival
Janis_Joplin_12_XX_69_TomJonesShow
Janis_Joplin_04_04_70_FilmoreWest
Janis_Joplin_06_25_70_DickCavettShow
Janis_Joplin_07_06_70_Honolulu

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More Garcia & Grisman Vine

2 SBD’s and 3 AUD’s. I tried to pick the most unique shows that I could find, and represent a few years. Flac files on 5 CD-R’s. Includes –

jg91-08-25.sbd.hudson.28843.sbeok.flac16
jg91-12-08.sbd.harris.29549.sbeok.shnf
jg92-05-08.aud.unknown.13349.sbeok.shnf
jg94-01-12.aud.loy.30691.sbeok.flac16
jg94-01-13.neumann.unknown.82760.sbeok.flac16

Garcia Grisman
Gold Coast Concert Bowl Squaw Valley CA
8.25.91

SBD

Taper: Unknown
Transfer: Adam Hudson
Email: adhud8572@adelphia.net

SBD DAT > TASCAM DA-20 MKII > Tascam CD-RW5000 > CDR
Extracted Sony Sound Forge 7.0 > CDWAV > Flac > To You

Jack A Row
Spring in California
Grateful Dawg
Louis Collins
Off To Sea
Friend of The Devil
Two Soldiers
So What

Russian Lullaby
Dawg Waltz
Thrill Is Gone
Old Rockin' Chair
Arabia (A)
Arabia (B)
Eat My Dust W/ Bela Fleck
Ripple W/ Bela Fleck

Garcia / Grisman 12.8.91
Warfield Theater - San Francisco, CA

Jerry Garcia - Vocals, Guitar, Banjo
David Grisman - Mandolin, Vocals, Banjo
Jim Kerwin - Bass
Joe Craven - Percussion, Fiddle

-DISC/SET ONE- (63:13)
01 Shady Grove
02 Sitting In Limbo
03 Rosa Lee McFall
04 So What
05 I Ain't Never Seen Nobody Like You
06 The Thrill Is Gone
07 Dawg's Waltz
08 Dreadful Wind and Rain
09 Arabia

-DISC/SET TWO- (64:43)
01 Red Rockin' Chair*
02 Trouble In Mind*
03 Sweet Sunny South**
04 Walkin' Boss*
05 Jack-A-Roe
06 Friend Of The Devil
07 Louis Collins
08 Grateful Dawg
09 Russian Lullaby
10 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
(E)
11 Ripple

*Garcia/Grisman duet
**Garcia & Grisman Duet on Banjo

Garcia & Grisman
Warfield Theater
San Francisco, CA
5/8/92

MAD (unknown taper, location, gear) > unknown
DAT gens > unknown CD gens > HP 9350i extraction
using EAC (v0.9 beta 4) > slight editing using
Sound Forge Studio 6.0 > tracking using CD Wave
(v1.6) > sector boundary verification using
shntool (v1.01) > .shn encoding using mkwACT
(v0.97 beta 1). EAC >> SHN by Joe Jupille.

Disc One (9) 56:56
--Set I--
01. ... Jack-A-Roe [#5:44] [0:47]
02. Long Black Veil [5:57] [0:38]
03. Louis Collins [5:31] [0:50]
04. 16x16 [4:49] [1:08]
05. Fields Have Turned Brown [4:53] [0:15]
06. Russian Lullaby/ [6:41#] [0:04]
07. Red Rockin' Chair Blues [4:04] [0:13]
08. She Belongs To Me [6:06] [0:26]
09. Bag's Groove [8:42] [0:03]

Disc Two (10) 57:57
--Set II--
01. /When First Unto This Country [#4:44] [0:31]
02. I'm Troubled [4:08] [0:20]
03. Tell It To Me [3:13] [1:43]
04. Off To Sea Once More [5:49] [1:01]
05. Stealin' [4:08] [0:59]
06. Eat My Dust [7:26] [0:51]
07. Down Where The River Bends [5:01] [0:11]
08. Wind and Rain [5:18] [0:19]
09. So What? [7:56] [0:10]
--Encore--
10. Ripple [4:06]

Garcia & Grisman
Warfield Theater; San Francisco, CA
1/12/94

MAD (unknown taper, location, & equipment) > DATs > playback
on Tascam DA-30 > HHB-800 master CD > 2CD > HP 9350i extraction
using EAC > tracking using CD Wave > .shn encoding using mkwACT.
D > CD by David Minches, EAC > SHN by Joe Jupille>AU@96000 hz 32 bit float
digitally remastered by Bob Loy(The Other One)>16 bit signed pcm wav @ 44100 hz
>tracked@16bit>FLAC

MAD>DATs>CD(David Minches)>EAC(jjoops)>SHn>AU@96k32bit(loy)>16bitWAV@44100 hz>FLAC

Disc One (7) 42:29
--Set I--
1. Teddy Bear's Picnic [4:48] [0:55] 5:43
2. Jack-A-Roe [4:31] [1:10] 5:41
3. Dark As A Dungeon [7:12] -> 7:12
4. Bow Wow [5:31] [1:35] 7:06
5. Two Soldiers [4:18] -> 4:18
6. Friend Of The Devil [7:02] -> 7:02
7. Louis Collins [5:22] [0:24] 5:27

Disc Two (11) 66:06
--Set II--
1. Tuning & Stage Talk [0:51] :51
2. Stealin'* [4:05] [0:56] 5:01 5:01
3. Jenny Jenkins* [4:55] -> 4:55
4. Walkin' Boss [7:17] -> 7:17
5. When First Unto This Country [4:33] [0:24] 4:50
6. Milestones [8:42] -> 8:42
7. Sitting In Limbo> [9:22] [1:01] 10:23
8. Russian Lullaby [6:38] -> 6:38
9. I Ain't Never Seen Nobody Like You [3:07] [0:30] 3:37
10. Bag's Groove [9:24] -> 9:27
11. Ripple [4:11] [0:16] 4:25

Notes:
• = Garcia & Grisman duet

Jerry Garcia & David Grisman
Warfield Theatre
San Francisco, CA
January 13, 1994

Source: FOB DAUD Nuemann km 54's > Teac > DAT x ?
Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 > M-Audio 24/96 >
Wavelab 5.0 (L3 multimaximizer) > CD WAVE > FLAC
Transfers, Remastering and Seeded to bt.etree.org February 21, 2007 by Bill Koucky

Disc 1 35:45
1st Set:
1. //Shady Grove
2. Long Black Veil
3. Rosalie McFall
4. Dawg's Waltz
5. Freight Train
6. Hot Corn, Cold Corn
7. Red Rockin' Chair
8. Grateful Dawg

Disc 2 64:24
2nd Set:
1. Troubled In Mind*
2. Ballad Of Casey Jones*
3. There Ain't No Bugs On Me*
4. Band Introductions
5. So What?
6. Old Rockin' Chair
7. Stealin'
8. Poison Glass Of Wine
9. Drink Up And Go Home
10. Arabia

"You know the one thing we need is a left handed monkey wrench....."

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no, thanks anyway...

I may sign up later though after the holiday wackiness...thanks!

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Marye , would you like first go with this ?

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