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10-20-84 Carrier Dome, Syracuse, NY

Saw some folks looking for this - I'd be glad to seed it (3 audio discs)

SBD>CM>DAT>computer processing>CDR>EAC>SHNTOOL>MKWACT

Disk 1: Set 1

1. Bertha >
2 Greatest Story Ever Told
3. West L.A. Fadeaway
4. C.C Rider
5. Ramble on Rose
6. Take a Step Back
7. Brother Essau
8. Birdsong
9. Jack Straw

Disk 2: Set 2A
1. Shakedown Street >
2. Samson And Delilah
3. He's Gone >
4. Smokestack Lightning >
5. Jam >
6. Drums >

Disk 3: Set 2B

1. Space >
2. The Wheel >
3. The Other One >
4. Black peter >
5. Turn on Your Lovelight
encore
6. Revolution*

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Merriweather Post Pavilion on 1985-07-01

3 audio discs (to make it easy)

Dancin' In The Streets, Dupree's Diamond Blues, Walkin' Blues, Jack A Roe, My Brother Esau, Stagger Lee, Let It Grow-> Day Job Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Playin' In The Band-> Uncle John's Band-> Drums-> Dear Mr. Fantasy-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> Good Lovin', E:Satisfaction-> E: It's All Over Now Baby Blue

I'd like to start this vine - pm me when it becomes official & people start signing up.

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Bob- You stepped on my Vine!

No, Bob I'm just kiddin' about that. But a couple months ago MOTB wizards started working on my tapes of 4 shows from 'from back in the day', including that 7-8-78 show.
I was road-tripping and hauling around my Nak 550 into shows and I was lucky enough to tape 2-3-78, 7-5-78 and 7-7/8-78. And soon MOTB will seed all 4 on etree.
So, to go along with the Dead's maiden Red Rocks voyage (enhanced by the sonic sorcerers at MOTB) as well as the Omaha '78 show (and there is NO soundboard in the vault on this one) along that Madison '78 show (that one is a DP, but this is that entire show).
So anyway, you old tapers out there, look through your old master cassettes, you might find a treasure there and then get in touch with wwwmotb.org. who caon bring it back to life, so we can pass it along!
Take care, Tim

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this vine is bits and pieces i have picked up recently that might not be too widely circulated, one will complete the autumn 72 shows

The Grateful Dead
1972-10-21
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tn.

MSR>DAT>CDR>EAC>.WAV>TLH>.FLAC

Set IIp
(78:04)
01. He's Gone
02. Greatest // Story Ever Told
03. Bird Song
04. Truckin' >
05. The Other // One >
06. Morning Dew

I love this band more than words can tell.

MOTB Release: 0063 16/44.1
Release Date: 2008-03-30
Band: Grateful Dead
Date: 1969-12-11 (Thursday)
Venue: Thelma Theater
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Analog Audience Source: FOB Master Cassette (MAC)
Medium Stock Brands: MAC = Maxell C-90
Analog Lineage: 1 x Sony Microphone => Sony Portable Cassette Recorder [Monophonic] >> MAC
Analog Sound Preservation: MAC >> Nakamichi DR-1 => Grace Design Lunatec V3 [Pre-Only] => Korg MR-1000 >> DSF [1-bit 5.6448 MHz Stereo] >> Korg MR-1000 => Korg AudioGate >> WAV [24/96]
Taped By: Rion Brady
Transfer By: Aadm Egert
Mastering By: Derek McCabe

Set 1
d1t01 - Introduction And Tuning
d1t02 - Casey Jones
d1t03 - Cold Rain And Snow
d1t04 - Mama Tried
d1t05 - Tom Constanten Plays Bach > Yellow Dog Story
d1t06 - Dire Wolf
d1t07 - It Hurts Me Too
d1t08 - China Cat Sunflower >
d1t09 - I Know You Rider
d2t01 - Black Peter >
d2t02 - Me And My Uncle
d2t03 - Hard To Handle
d2t04 - Dark Star >

Mastering Notes
-- Software - Bias Peak / Ozone / Nomad Factory EQs / Audiofile Engineering Sample Manager
-- d2t04 - Patched cut off at 19:59 of "Dark Star" with about 33 seconds of gd69-12-11.sbd.gerland.10987.sbeok.shnf (shnid=10987).
-- There is also a synthesized stereo version of this MOTB source, produced using Mid-Side stereo processing techniques.

Notes
-- The tape was stopped in between every song break.
-- d1t03 - Lead in to "Cold Rain And Snow" cuts in abruptly as tape was started right at the opening notes.
-- d1t07 - Lead in to "It Hurts Me Too" cuts in abruptly as tape was started right at the opening notes.
-- d1t08 - Lead in to "China Cat Sunflower" cuts in abruptly as tape was started right at the opening notes.

MOTB Release: 0068 16/44.1
Release Date: 2008-05-03
Band: Grateful Dead
Date: 1978-07-08 (Saturday)
Venue: Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Location: Morrison, CO
Analog Audience Source: FOB Master Cassettes (MAC)
Medium Stock Brands: MAC = 3 x Maxell UD XL II C90
Analog Lineage: Unknown Mircophones => Unknown Tape Deck [Patch] => Nakamichi 550 [Dolby Encode] >> MAC
Analog Sound Preservation: MAC >> Nakamichi DR-1 => Grace Design Lunatec V3 [Pre-Only] => Korg MR-1000 >> DSF [1-bit 5.6448 MHz Stereo] >> Korg MR-1000 => Korg AudioGate >> WAV [24/96]
Taped By: Timothy Knight
Transfer By: Adam Egert
Mastering By: Kevin Tobin

Set 1
d1t01 - Tuning, Crowd And Bass Trouble
d1t02 - More Bass Trouble And The Poacher Story
d1t03 - Bertha >
d1t04 - Good Lovin'
d1t05 - Dire Wolf
d1t06 - El Paso
d1t07 - It Must Have Been The Roses
d1t08 - New Minglewood Blues
d1t09 - Ramble On Rose
d1t10 - Tuning And Crowd
d1t11 - The Promised Land
d1t12 - Deal

Set 2
d2t01 - Samson And Delilah
d2t02 - Ship Of Fools
d2t03 - Estimated Prophet >
d2t04 - The Other One >
d2t05 - Eyes Of The World >
d2t06 - Drums >
d3t01 - Space >
d3t02 - Wharf Rat >
d3t03 - Franklin's Tower >
d3t04 - Sugar Magnolia

Encore
d3t05 - Terrapin Station >
d3t06 - One More Saturday Night
d3t07 - Werewolves Of London

Mastering Notes
-- d2t{01,02} - Between "Samson And Delilah" and "Ship Of Fools", 42.181 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source. This includes the first 20 seconds of "Ship Of Fools".
-- d2t{02,03} - Between "Ship Of Fools" and "Estimated Prophet", 14.755 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source.
-- d2t03 - 11 minutes and 40 seconds into "Estimated Prophet", 09.855 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source.
-- d2t06 - 04 minutes and 13 seconds into "Drums", 25.765 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source.
-- d3t03 - 07 minutes and 13 seconds into "Franklin's Tower", 12.374 seconds were missing from the audience source and was filled in with audio from the soundboard source.

Notes
-- d2t02 - Opening 20 seconds of "Ship Of Fools" missing from the recording; patched with a soundboard source.

Bob Weir
Interview on BBC Radio London
xx/05/1972
Unknown interviewer

Part 1

The Wembley Pool concerts and what Bobby thought of the audience response
The way in which the band put a set together
How The Dead improvise and move from one song to another
How the music is developing
Pigpen's planned solo album
More about the improvisation
Workingman's Dead
A live album to come (Europe '72)
The future of the band
A sociological phenomena!
The Dead Family structure
Europe '72 tour
European audiences

Part 2

About Bobby's, then newly released, album "Ace"

Notes:

Many thanks to Jeremy Poynton for lending me his tape.

- This is a multi-gen copy, unfortunately the right channel suffered from a lot of static. I have therefore copied the left
channel over so that it is now a mono recording.
- I eq'd it with iZotope Ozone to give the sound a little more depth.
- There was quite a lot of background noise, which I have reduced with iZotope RX

transferred, edited and mastered
SIRMick
April 2008

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09/08/73 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale NY - complete
192min, Sbd, Reel M->Cass 1->Dat 0->DAT 1*(?)->CD**->FLAC,
7inch Master Reel: 7.5ips 1/2trk->Tascam 122mkIII 1st Gen Cass->DAT 1*(?)
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In simple terms:
Reel>Cass1>DAT1*? (not widely circulated source)>5/1999?* edit (no hiss reduction)>CD>hiss edit w/Cool Edit Pro**>FLAC

Below timings have NOT changed from my original 5/1999? DAT source after I edited/retracked it BACK THEN and put on CD/DAT... This release here is MY original edited 5/1999?* tracks EXACTLY, plus the 9/29/2006 fix**...

I: Set One ~ (15 songs)

Disc 1
01: Bertha - 5:58
02: Me And My Uncle - 3:09
03: Sugaree - 7:54
04: Beat It On Down The Line - 3:29
05: Tennessee Jed - 8:25
06: Looks Like Rain - 7:#26
07: Brown Eyed Women - 5:39
08: Jack Straw - 5:18
09: Row Jimmy - 10:04
10: Weather Report Suite Prelude > - 1:28 ***
11: Weather Report Suite Part 1 > - 4:37 ***
12: Let It Grow - 8:28 ***
13: Beer Barrel Polka - :32

Total Disc 1 ~ 72:12:33

***1st complete WRS.

Disc 2
01: Eyes Of The World > - 15:13
02: China Doll - 6:31

Jer: "We're gonna take a break for a little while & be back in a little bit.
See ya all laaateeer."

Note - Jer sounds really high, almost drunk slurring his words.

II: Set Two: ~ (12 songs)

Disc 2 con't
03: Greatest Story Ever Told - 4:52
04: Ramble On Rose - 6:30
05: Big River - 4:35
06: Let Me Sing Your Blues Away - 3:41
07: China Cat Sunflower > - 6:41
08: I Know You Rider - 7:26
09: El Paso - 4:44

Total Disc 2 ~ 60:17

Disc 3
01: He's Gone > - 15:38
02: Truckin' > - 10:30
03: Not Fade Away > - 6:09
04: Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad > - 7:59
05: Not Fade Away - 3:31

Bobby: "Thank you all good night"

E: Encores: ~ (2 songs)

06: Stella Blue > - 8:08
07: One More Saturday Night - 4:57

Bobby: "Thank you all good night" for the 2nd time.

Total Disc 3 ~ 59:55

Teddy Notes 9/29/2006:
You will be pleasantly surprised IMHO to hear the quality!!! There is very little sign (if any) of a cassette generation...

Although this was the 2nd GD concert I ever attended (6/22/1969 being the 1st), I consider this 9/8/1973 the "1st" mainly because I don't remember much about 6/22/1969 & I was taken to Central Park. 9/8/1973 on the other hand, I planned for months and months!!! I feel honored to reseed my "Hush DAT Tape" again, this concert is very special to me!!!

Enjoy!!!
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*Believed to be indirectly from Dick Latvalla or Rob Eaton via a well known author who's name I will not say (I think I got it 5/1999?). I was told not to circulate it, hence "Hush Tape". Then when Dick died, others started circulating it ("Honey Vine" 12/14?/1999) so I did also a few weeks later on usenet from my sourced DAT which I edited then seeded in 1999.
*My Original 5/1999? DAT NOT from: http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=183

**Hiss reduction on ALL and amplification on the Encores used on 9/29/2006 with Cool Edit Pro ~ http://www.goodbear.com/gd1973-09-08hiss.jpg

Teddy :^) www.goodbear.com
Home of etrees & trees: http://www.goodbear.com/tree.html

*Encoded to SHN by: Teddy "GoodBear" & posted the 1st time (W/editing but W/O hiss reduction) to "alt.binaries.gdead" on 12/25/1999.
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**Encoded to FLAC 9/29/2006 W/hiss reduction on ALL and amplification on the Encores & Seeded 11/17/2006 by Teddy "GoodBear" Selby :wave:

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re 2/11/70 & Nicehippyguy's post

this can be found is on the "Repatriation Vine: 13 from 70"

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after it has done the rounds your side of the pond i would love this, especially Cros and Jackson

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Crazy Quilt Vine #1

This vine has 11 discs, 8 different artists, some are SDB, most are audience recordings, some are collaborators with members of the Grateful Dead, and one is a mystic who was admired by the band (and received a dedication of 'He's Gone' at one of the Dead's shows.)
Each of these shows are already in circulation and as usual, I encourage everyone to buy these artist's studio & live music.
But in the meantime-the Crazy Quilt Vine #1:

BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS 6-12-80 (SDB>?>CD) Westfalen in Dortmund, Germany. 2 Discs
DISC I: 1. Natural Mystic 2. Postive Vibration 3. Revolution 4. I Shot the Sheriff 5. War 6. No More Trouble 7. Zimabwe 8. Jammin' 9. No Woman, No Cry 10. Zion Train
DISC II: 1. Exodus 2. Redemtion Song 3. Could This Be Love? 4. Work 5. Natty Dread 6. Get Up, Stand Up 7. Coming in From the Cold
8. Lively Up Your Self

DAVID GRISMAN & TONY RICE 4-30-95 at "Merl-Fest" (SDB>?>CD)
1 Disc
1. Turn of the Century 2. Mountain Dew 3. Wildwood Flower 4. Vintage Blues 5. I don't want your mandolins, Mister 6. Swing 42 7. I am a Pilgrim 8. Now or Never 9. Watson's Blues 10. ? (dawg tune) 11. Devlin 12. Cedar Hill 13. Take One

PETER ROWAN & TONY RICE (w Mark Shatz) 8-15-99 Lexington, VA. (Aud source: AKG-460's>Beyer MV-100>Tascam DA-P1>Pioneer PDR-555RW>CD) 1 Disc
Set 2: 1. Footsteps in the Snow 2. Ain't that just like You?
3. Old Santa Fe 4. Shenendoah 5. Tribute to Charles Sautel 6. Wild Mustang 7. Darlin' think of what you've done 8. Hear it Talk, Hear it sing 9. Trail of Tears 10. Wild Horses 11. Land of the Navajo

JACKSON BROWNE & DAVID CROSBY with Pevar & Raymond, Music Benefit Show 9-11-00 Solvang, CA. (Aud>?>CD) 3 Discs
JB=Jackson Browne DC= David Crosby
DISC I: (JB) 1. I'm Alive 2. Shape of a Heart 3. Those Bright Baby Blues 4. Barricades of Heaven 5. Late for the Sky 6. Fountain of Sorrow 7. World in Motion 8. Say You Will (w Crosby) 9. Lives in the Balance (w Crosby)
DISC II: (JB) 1. The Next Voice You Hear (w Pevar&Raymond) 2. Take it Easy > Our Lady of the Well. The rest is of the show is David Crosby (w Pevar&Raymond) 3. Map to Buried Treasure 4. That House 5. The Bridge 6. 3 Blind Fish 7. Coyote King 8. Long Time Gone
DISC III: (DC) 1. Jerusalem 2. Angel of Mary 3. Breathless 4. In Your Eyes 5. Deja Vu 6. Ohio (note that Crosby is in FINE voice)

RYAN ADAMS & the Cardinals 10-19-07 McFarlin Aud, Dallas, TX. (Source: Aud Milab VM Link>Lunatec V2>Korg MR-1000 w 8' stand>?> Cd)
2 Discs
DISC I: 1. Peaceful Valley 2. I See Monsters 3. Beautiful Sorta 4. Goodnight Rose 5. Off Broadway 6. Combat Chicken Rescue 7. Rescue Blues 8. Cold Roses * 9. Please do not let me go 10. Games 11. Shakedown on 9th Street > 12. Bartering Lines
DISC II: 1. Wild Flowers 2. A Kiss before I Go 3. Mockingbird 4. Two 5. NightBirds 6. The Sun Also Sets 7. Goodnight Hollywood,Graboff Joke & Happy B-day Spacewolf 8. Stars Go Blue * 9. Why Do They Leave? 10. Wonderwall 11. Let It ride 12. Come Pick Me Up 14. Oh My Sweet Carolina ( * Phil & Friends cover these tunes)

NEIL YOUNG 10-20-07 Spokane WA. (Aud recording source: Schoeps>CCM4> Aerco>Ediriol R-09 @ 24BIT/48K)
2 Discs Set 1 is Neil acoustic Set 2-ELECTRIC
DISC I: 1. From Hank to Hendrix 2. Ambulance Blues 3. Sad Movies 4. A Man Needs a Maid 5. No One Seems to Know 6. Harvest 7. Journey Through the Past 8. Mellow My Mind 9. Love Art Blues 10. Love is a Rose 11. Heart of Gold
DISC II: 1. The Loner 2. Everybody Knows This is Nowhere 3. Dirty Old Man 4. Spirit Road 5. Bad Fog Of Lonliness 6. Winterlong 6. Oh, Lonesome Me 7. The Believer 8. No Hidden Path 10. Cinnamon Girl
11. Tonights the Night

These audience recordings are top notch (in the Rowan as well as the Browne & Crosby, you can hear the crickets chirping in between songs) and I think that they represent the artists well!!

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Sorry About that

Sorry everyone, Ive never really thought of it as a commercial release. Not wanting to jeopardize anything here. It would be great if you could do that Bob.

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

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