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What Are You Listening to RIGHT NOW? - Part 5

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Quintet in C, D.956

Piano Sonata in C minor, D.958

Piano Sonata in A, D.959

The St. Louis Arena - that place used to literally rock! Now the acoustics couldn't hold a candle to those of the Fabulous Fox - that's why it was alternately endearingly known as the barn. I used to go to hockey games with various family members after the city acquired a franchise in the late '60's. 20,000 patrons, dressed to-the-nines - men in suits, women in dresses, wailing away. It's since been made disallowed, but while all were wailing they'd be smoking. By the end of the first period there'd be a huge cloud over the ice making it a challenge to see from one end of the rink to the other. I think back on it and I wonder how the players ever managed to finish a shift without collapsing from asphyxiation - in those days they were probably smoking in the locker room between periods anyway. Basta.

They, of course, had concerts there, too. I saw Zep in '73, Springsteen's "River Tour" but I was hours away from getting full-bore into the Dead so I missed them at the Arena. I've had the tape which starts with a cut into "Dancin'" and within the past year got the whole show on audio discs. This one holds a special place even though I wasn't there because they blew up the old barn and moved the team downtown - and it has the first Iko, Iko!

"Where does the time go?"

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15 May 1977

Very nice new aud/sbd matrix mix from SirMick

Most enjoyable!

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15 May 1977

Very nice new aud/sbd matrix mix from SirMick

Most enjoyable!

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What a trip

lots of good trips to St Louis over the years

Oct 72 shows were great also

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A Trip to St Louis

Grateful Dead
St. Louis Arena,
St. Louis MO
05/15/1977

Matrix sources:

1) Bertha Remaster of the Master Reel source
sbd > mr > dat > wav > flac > daw(Bertha) > wav (24/48) > audio dvd > dvd audio ripper > wav >
adobe audtion > flac

2) Master audience cassette> cassette
Recording by Steve Maizner:
Sony mic> Sony TC-153; Master played back on Sony TC-153> Awia 760?
Transfer and FLAC encoding by David Minches:
1st Generation cassette played back on Nak Dragon> Grace Lunatec V3 (24/96)> Digital Audio Labs
Card Deluxe> Adobe Audition> (dither/downsample)> FLAC encoding

Disc 1
set I

01 Bertha >
02 Good Lovin'
03 tuning
04 Row Jimmy
05 New Minglewood Blues
06 Tennessee Jed
07 Lazy Lightnin' >
08 Supplication
09 Jack-A-Roe
10 Passenger
11 crowd/tuning
12 Funiculi Finicula
13 Brown Eyed Women

Disc 2
set I cont'd

01 tuning
02 Dancin' In The Street

set II

03 crowd/tuning
04 Estimated Prophet >
05 Eyes Of The World >
06 Drums >
07 Samson And Delilah
08 crowd/Happy Birthday Mickey/tuning
09 Ship Of Fools

Disc 3
set II cont'd

01 "We're making carefully laid plans here"
02 Saint Stephen >
03 Iko Iko >
04 Not Fade Away >
05 Sugar Magnolia
06 crowd/tuning

encore

07 Uncle John's Band

Notes:

- the sbd was downsampled to 16/44.1 with Voxengo r8brain and dithered with iZotope Ozone (MBIT+)
- quite a lot of the tuning is missing from the aud, I decided to delete the corresponding sections from the sbd so
that the sound flows more evenly
- sbd patches applied to aud
d2t02 16:39 - 17:18
d2t08 0:36 - 0:39
d3t07 8:51 - end
- seamless change between discs

Comments:

- first Iko Iko

Matrixed by
SIRMick
May 2008

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Spanish Jam

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A Trip to St Louis

Grateful Dead
St. Louis Arena,
St. Louis MO
05/15/1977

Matrix sources:

1) Bertha Remaster of the Master Reel source
sbd > mr > dat > wav > flac > daw(Bertha) > wav (24/48) > audio dvd > dvd audio ripper > wav >
adobe audtion > flac

2) Master audience cassette> cassette
Recording by Steve Maizner:
Sony mic> Sony TC-153; Master played back on Sony TC-153> Awia 760?
Transfer and FLAC encoding by David Minches:
1st Generation cassette played back on Nak Dragon> Grace Lunatec V3 (24/96)> Digital Audio Labs
Card Deluxe> Adobe Audition> (dither/downsample)> FLAC encoding

Disc 1
set I

01 Bertha >
02 Good Lovin'
03 tuning
04 Row Jimmy
05 New Minglewood Blues
06 Tennessee Jed
07 Lazy Lightnin' >
08 Supplication
09 Jack-A-Roe
10 Passenger
11 crowd/tuning
12 Funiculi Finicula
13 Brown Eyed Women

Disc 2
set I cont'd

01 tuning
02 Dancin' In The Street

set II

03 crowd/tuning
04 Estimated Prophet >
05 Eyes Of The World >
06 Drums >
07 Samson And Delilah
08 crowd/Happy Birthday Mickey/tuning
09 Ship Of Fools

Disc 3
set II cont'd

01 "We're making carefully laid plans here"
02 Saint Stephen >
03 Iko Iko >
04 Not Fade Away >
05 Sugar Magnolia
06 crowd/tuning

encore

07 Uncle John's Band

Notes:

- the sbd was downsampled to 16/44.1 with Voxengo r8brain and dithered with iZotope Ozone (MBIT+)
- quite a lot of the tuning is missing from the aud, I decided to delete the corresponding sections from the sbd so
that the sound flows more evenly
- sbd patches applied to aud
d2t02 16:39 - 17:18
d2t08 0:36 - 0:39
d3t07 8:51 - end
- seamless change between discs

Comments:

- first Iko Iko

Matrixed by
SIRMick
May 2008

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Spanish Jam

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A Trip to St Louis

Grateful Dead
St. Louis Arena,
St. Louis MO
05/15/1977

Matrix sources:

1) Bertha Remaster of the Master Reel source
sbd > mr > dat > wav > flac > daw(Bertha) > wav (24/48) > audio dvd > dvd audio ripper > wav >
adobe audtion > flac

2) Master audience cassette> cassette
Recording by Steve Maizner:
Sony mic> Sony TC-153; Master played back on Sony TC-153> Awia 760?
Transfer and FLAC encoding by David Minches:
1st Generation cassette played back on Nak Dragon> Grace Lunatec V3 (24/96)> Digital Audio Labs
Card Deluxe> Adobe Audition> (dither/downsample)> FLAC encoding

Disc 1
set I

01 Bertha >
02 Good Lovin'
03 tuning
04 Row Jimmy
05 New Minglewood Blues
06 Tennessee Jed
07 Lazy Lightnin' >
08 Supplication
09 Jack-A-Roe
10 Passenger
11 crowd/tuning
12 Funiculi Finicula
13 Brown Eyed Women

Disc 2
set I cont'd

01 tuning
02 Dancin' In The Street

set II

03 crowd/tuning
04 Estimated Prophet >
05 Eyes Of The World >
06 Drums >
07 Samson And Delilah
08 crowd/Happy Birthday Mickey/tuning
09 Ship Of Fools

Disc 3
set II cont'd

01 "We're making carefully laid plans here"
02 Saint Stephen >
03 Iko Iko >
04 Not Fade Away >
05 Sugar Magnolia
06 crowd/tuning

encore

07 Uncle John's Band

Notes:

- the sbd was downsampled to 16/44.1 with Voxengo r8brain and dithered with iZotope Ozone (MBIT+)
- quite a lot of the tuning is missing from the aud, I decided to delete the corresponding sections from the sbd so
that the sound flows more evenly
- sbd patches applied to aud
d2t02 16:39 - 17:18
d2t08 0:36 - 0:39
d3t07 8:51 - end
- seamless change between discs

Comments:

- first Iko Iko

Matrixed by
SIRMick
May 2008

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Spanish Jam

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a trip to St louis

Grateful Dead
St. Louis Arena,
St. Louis MO
05/15/1977

Matrix sources:

1) Bertha Remaster of the Master Reel source
sbd > mr > dat > wav > flac > daw(Bertha) > wav (24/48) > audio dvd > dvd audio ripper > wav >
adobe audtion > flac

2) Master audience cassette> cassette
Recording by Steve Maizner:
Sony mic> Sony TC-153; Master played back on Sony TC-153> Awia 760?
Transfer and FLAC encoding by David Minches:
1st Generation cassette played back on Nak Dragon> Grace Lunatec V3 (24/96)> Digital Audio Labs
Card Deluxe> Adobe Audition> (dither/downsample)> FLAC encoding

Disc 1
set I

01 Bertha >
02 Good Lovin'
03 tuning
04 Row Jimmy
05 New Minglewood Blues
06 Tennessee Jed
07 Lazy Lightnin' >
08 Supplication
09 Jack-A-Roe
10 Passenger
11 crowd/tuning
12 Funiculi Finicula
13 Brown Eyed Women

Disc 2
set I cont'd

01 tuning
02 Dancin' In The Street

set II

03 crowd/tuning
04 Estimated Prophet >
05 Eyes Of The World >
06 Drums >
07 Samson And Delilah
08 crowd/Happy Birthday Mickey/tuning
09 Ship Of Fools

Disc 3
set II cont'd

01 "We're making carefully laid plans here"
02 Saint Stephen >
03 Iko Iko >
04 Not Fade Away >
05 Sugar Magnolia
06 crowd/tuning

encore

07 Uncle John's Band

Notes:

- the sbd was downsampled to 16/44.1 with Voxengo r8brain and dithered with iZotope Ozone (MBIT+)
- quite a lot of the tuning is missing from the aud, I decided to delete the corresponding sections from the sbd so
that the sound flows more evenly
- sbd patches applied to aud
d2t02 16:39 - 17:18
d2t08 0:36 - 0:39
d3t07 8:51 - end
- seamless change between discs

Comments:

- first Iko Iko

Matrixed by
SIRMick
May 2008

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Spanish Jam

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Just Dead

Strand Lyceum 5/24/72 We know "Hurts Me, Too" & "You Win Again" so well from Europe '72 - it's cool to hear them in context - it's comforting to know that these tapes are somewhere in impeccable form, too. What is available is an audience that has a lot of different gears, to put it mildly - I've been in attack mode with my pitch control for the past two plus hours!!! You can, however, settle in for a very good while on the jam disc. Please, break this one out powers that be!

"Where does the time go?"

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just finished listening to

at the suggestion of Mr Pid

Great PITB

Band Grateful Dead
Venue Iowa State Fairgrounds
Location Des Moines, IA
Date 6/16/74 - Sunday posters tickets, passes & laminates
One Bertha ; Mexicali Blues ; Row Jimmy ; Beat It On Down The Line ; Scarlet ; Black Throated Wind ; Sugaree ; El Paso ; It Must Have Been The Roses ; Jack Straw ; China Cat > I Know You Rider ; Around And Around
Two U.S. Blues [5:18] ; The Race Is On [2:52] ; Eyes Of The World [16:37] > Big River [6:55] ; Playing In The Band [28:03]
Three Tennessee Jed [7:50] ; Me And My Uncle [2:47] ; Deal [5:32] ; Greatest Story Ever Told [5:07] ; Ship Of Fools [5:49] ; Truckin' > Nobody's Fault But Mine Jam > Wharf Rat > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
Encore Casey Jones
Comments
Recordings 220 SBD + AUD: There is still some question about the complete contents and sequence of this show.
Master recording source(s): 7inch Master Reels@7.5ips 1/2trk
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Contributors Tim Buller, Jim Powell, Gordon Sharpless
Caretaker Todd Sanders email update
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What Are You Listening to RIGHT NOW? - Part 5