Patrick Gym - May 6, 1978
May 06, 1978
New Minglewood Blues
Beat it on Down the Line
Looks Like Rain
It Must Have Been the Roses
Me and My Uncle
Samson and Delilah
Playin' in the Band
One More Saturday Night
Previous Show« Uptown Theatre - January 31, 1978
Attendees of this show
Liila, dubai-escorts-bunnies, chocolope023, dedhed1959, cripplorr, loveumore, mannle, wgrpeapod, zombydawg, HenryCline, Collins, emxn, DAlberty, sodecent, Basilicone, virgilosborn, ruk1nd, lamarred664, DeadPhotog, shwack, turnpro, Cosmic.Wimpout, Gary Goodman, cosmicdave, annagura, West.August, klaussmith, eddpao, jolie, aligator, bigdancingbear, deadheadead, zach, Queer Deadhead, Hawilo, cryptical1, kennyony, firstname.lastname@example.org, aud
Noisey place to see a show, the sound bounced around too much. not clear, IMHO
MotB Release: 0013/16-bit
Release Date: February 25th 2007
Date: May 6, 1978
Venue: Patrick Gym, university Of Vermont
Location: Burlington, Vt.
Source: FOB Audience Recording (25th Row DFC )
Media: Maxell UD-XLII C90 min / C60 min
Lineage: Nakamichi CM300's > Sony 1535D (Dolby B on) > MAC
Transfer: MAC > Nakamichi DR-1 (Dolby B off) > Benchmark ADC-1 > AES > Sound Devices 722 (24/96 WAV)
Taper: B. Glassberg
Transfer by: A. Egert
Mastering by: D. McCabe
DISC ONE - SET I
02 New Minglewood Blues
04 Beat It On Down The Line [tape flip/crossfade]
06 Looks Like Rain
07 It Must Have Been The Roses
DISC TWO - SET I (cont'd)
Set 1 cont'd
01 Me & My Uncle >
02 Big River
04 Samson & Delilah
05 Sunrise [tape flip/crossfade]
06 Terrapin Station >
07 Playing In The Band >
Disc THREE - set II (cont'd)
Set II cont'd
01 Drums > Space > [tape flip/crossfade]
02 Wharf Rat >
03 Sugar Magnolia
04 Encore Crowd Call
05 One More Saturday Night
raw wave files sent through Izotope Ozone.
Parametric curve to compensate tape playback without Dolby B.
Dynamic compression to increase bass and reduce tape hiss.
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A cosmic date 5.6.78 and a cosmic first show standing on a chair on the floor about 10 rows back...up from Middlebury with our band of merrymakers. Sugaree to date remains best performed live song - guess I lost it early. Shaken it...
Igot a ticket but my friend didnt so I sold mine and we hung out by the back door and went inside and leaned against the wall. We worked our way up the ramp to the rear right of the stage. Couldnt see much and there was a gaggle of cops hanging together at the exit of the arena as they liked to do at Dead concerts. Just before the break someone, I think it was Ramrod came down and told them they needed to make way for the band. They sprang into action and came over and started to herd us out. Seeing what was going on, the roadie that spoke to them returned and told the police that we were OK and could stay and that the Dead didnt want to see anyone in uniform when they came off of the stage. The band passed by and we nodded acknolegement . Jerry returned a smile. We used the break to get a better view.
Hitched up from Lexington, MA and stayed in a hut in the woods near Stowe, VT that had been built by some kids at a private school. Knew a couple of people who went to the school. Hitched to Burlington from the school for the show and the guy who gave us a ride said that he heard the show had been cancelled because Jerry cut off his finger in a hunting accident. Ha! Funny.