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started by erickat

(that's 4.18.78 and 3.13.81 - if you add up all the numbers, you get 197. I couldn't think of a catchy name for this vine, so i turned to math. maybe Marye will come up with a better one. This is in response to a request from Pomo1, which I'm happy to oblige.

So far this is what it is - but I may be adding an audience version of 3/13/81, since the sbd is set 2 only. I'll likely stick them on a DVD & you all can do what you like with it, down the road - one is shn, the other flac.

Grateful Dead
4-18-78

Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pittsburgh

Disc 1 (70:34)
set 1:
1. New Minglewood Blues (6:11)
2. Sugaree (14:33)
3. Looks Like Rain (8:19)
4. Dire Wolf (3:43)
5. tuning (2:29)
6. Beat It On Down The Line (4:14)
7. Loser (7:40)
8. El Paso (4:50)
9. Tennessee Jed (8:54)
10. Lazy Lightning--> (3:44)
11. Supplication (5:52)

Disc 2 (55:01)
set 2:
1. Scarlet Begonias--> (13:41)
2. Dancin' In The Streets--> (14:02)
3. Drums--> (18:20)
4. Samson & Delilah (8:57)

Disc 3 (25:47)
set 2 continued:
1. Terrapin Station--> (10:59)
2. Around & Around (9:14)
encore:
3. U.S. Blues (5:33)

GRATEFUL DEAD
Memorial Auditorium Utica NY
03-13-1981

SBD (Mono) Second Set Only

Disc One (59:34)

01 Cold Rain & Snow
02 Samson & Delilah
03 It Must Have Been The Roses
04 Estimated Prophet >
05 Eyes of the World >
06 Drums >

Disc Two (36:35)

01 Space >
02 Lost Sailor >
03 Saint of Circumstance >
04 Wharf Rat >
05 Sugar Magnolia

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Will go out to Trevor in a day or so.

Thanks, Eric.

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3/13/81 utica just finished downloading - I won't leave anything out.
I should get this off tomorrow morning

Grateful Dead
March 13, 1981
Memorial Auditorium - Utica, NY

Recorded by Steve Rolfe; 2 Nak 700s> Sony TC-D5

Transfer and FLAC encoding by David Minches:
Master played back on Nak Dragon> Grace Lunatec V3 (24/96)> Digital Audio Labs Card Deluxe> Adobe Audition 2.0> (dither/downsample)> FLAC encoding

This is the 16 bit/44.1 kHz version.

Thanks to Joe B. Jones for pitch correction.

disc 1:

Set 1:
01. Tuning
02. Shakedown Street
03. New Minglewood Blues
04. They Love Each Other
05. El Paso
06. Jack-A-Roe
07. Little Red Rooster
08. High Time
09. Cassidy >
10. Althea

disc 2:

Set 1: - continued
01. Tuning
02. Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
03. Cold Rain and Snow
04. Samson and Delilah
05. It Must Have Been the Roses

disc 3:

Set 2: - continued
01. Tuning
02. Estimated Prophet >
03. Eyes of the World >
04. Drums >
05. Space >
06. Lost Sailor >
07. Saint of Circumstance >
08. Wharf Rat >
09. Sugar Magnolia
Encore:
10. Don't Ease Me In

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Erickat

If possible, could you please include the aud of the first set of Utica?

I will convert these to audio cds if anybody makes a request.

Thanks.

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