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    A topic for vines that don't have parts on the North American continent.

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    KNBrowning Tapes

    Hey KN, those tapes go to a good home yet?

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    I was in Sam’s Club the other day and there was a record player that had a slot for tapes too.
    Tapes and vinyl are coming back in style.
    I’m holding out for the record player that has a slot for 8-track.

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    sorry not sure if my original message went through. my phone’s on the fritz. I’ll gladly take the tapes off your hands if they’re still available. thanks.

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    hey! if love to use them if you’re looking to part with them. feel free to send me an email at

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    I have over 150 Tapes, most with colored covers made during some stretch of space... Looking for a good home.

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    Little Feat - All flac files on DVD5 Feat shows, plus one billed as Lowell George and one GOGD: Sound is overall rather very good. Little Feat Ebbett's Field, Denver, CO, 1973-7-19 Auditorium Theatre, Rochester, NY, 1975-10-18 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA (FM Source), 1976-5-05 Nakano Sun Plaza Hall, Tokyo, (LF radio hour), 1978-7-08 Civic Auditorium, Grand Rapids, MI, 1978-10-14 Lowell George Alexander's Browns Mills, NJ, 1979-6-26 Grateful Dead Fillmore East - New York, NY, 1970-2-13 (Miller, SBD) 1) JIMI C 2) 3)
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    hey greg,hi found it finally..my e-adress is jclaven@btinternet.com get back to me pal!:)
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    Little Feat - All flac files on DVD5 Feat shows, plus one billed as Lowell George and one GOGD: Sound is overall rather very good. Little Feat Ebbett's Field, Denver, CO, 1973-7-19 Auditorium Theatre, Rochester, NY, 1975-10-18 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA (FM Source), 1976-5-05 Nakano Sun Plaza Hall, Tokyo, (LF radio hour), 1978-7-08 Civic Auditorium, Grand Rapids, MI, 1978-10-14 Lowell George Alexander's Browns Mills, NJ, 1979-6-26 Grateful Dead Fillmore East - New York, NY, 1970-2-13 (Miller, SBD) 1) 2) 3)
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    Two great shows from Europe 1972Tivoli Concert Hall , Copenhagen - 14-4-1972 and 17-4-1972. Plus four cds' of Neil Young and Crazy Horse in Europe 2001.Details on page 40. You can't really go wrong with this one 1) 2) 3)
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    Details of the concerts are on the first post on page 40 !) 2) 3)
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i will be posting a Eurovine shortly I am trying to keep A: postage costs down B; vines winging their way back and forward across the pond C: and cut down on the time this takes The first vine will be Europe 72 or 74 not sure which yet and will be on DVD in Shn/Flac files Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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Have no idea what these types of files are, but will look them up. Hope they are not too hinky for my machine! Just HAD to use that word again, so created an opportunity.
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8th April 72 Wembley14th April 72 Copenhagen 17th April 72 Copenhagen 23rd May 72 Lyceum see seperate posts for details 1. 2. 3 4. 5. put name in first vacant slot and contact person above you with your details any quiries please contact me Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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Grateful Dead - April 8, 1972Wembley Empire Pool - London, England Recording Info: SBD -> (16 Track) Master Reel -> Dat (44.1k) Transfer Info: Dat (Sony R500) -> Samplitude Profesional v9.02 -> FLAC (3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC) All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller charliemiller87@earthlink.net March 22, 2007 Notes: -- All disc changes are seamless -- Thanks to Steve Rolfe for the Dat -- Cumberland Blues patched from shnid=2534 -- Pigpen sings "Who Do You Love" during Caution Set 1: d1t01 - Bertha d1t02 - Me And My Uncle d1t03 - Mr. Charlie d1t04 - Deal d1t05 - Black Throated Wind d1t06 - Next Time You See Me d1t07 - Yellow Dog Story d1t08 - Cumberland Blues d1t09 - Brown Eyed Women d1t10 - Beat It On Down The Line d1t11 - Tennessee Jed d1t12 - Playing In The Band d1t13 - Good Lovin' d2t01 - Looks Like Rain d2t02 - Casey Jones Set 2: d2t03 - Truckin' d2t04 - Big Railroad Blues d2t05 - It Hurts Me Too d3t01 - Dark Star -> d3t02 - Sugar Magnolia -> d3t03 - Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) Encore: d3t04 - One More Saturday Night - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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Eurovine Number One 4 Europe 72 shows 8th April 72 Wembley 14th April 72 Copenhagen 17th April 72 Copenhagen 23rd May 72 Lyceum see seperate posts for details 1. 2. 3 4. 5.Rene (will go last, so am surely in Spain when this finishes, and nothing gets lost in the post) put name in first vacant slot and contact person above you with your details
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are too big to fit here if you want info contact me and i will email Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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Tigerlilly,Google traderslittlehelper Then download the application. This little application will decode shn or flac files into wav files which can then be burned onto a disc for listening to on your CD player. There are lots of CD burning applications out there. I think windows media player even does it. Hope that helps. Richard
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Hey Bob,I've got an idea. How about when one of us yanks start a vine we send a second set of discs to a designated european vine starter and you folks can do the same. No reason a vine can't flourish on two continents at the same time. Richard
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..am holding off because I go away on Friday for a 2 week work trip.....
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These files can be played on the PC, I use the Foobar2000 amp:http://www.foobar2000.org/ Simply open the files you want to play: flac, shn, wav, mp3 and others.
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i use foobar but it doesn't play shn files Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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this sounds like a good idea, i can burn another copy of this off without too much problem Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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is nicer if we can figure out a global solution for sharing our vines. Am formulating an idea, but wanna check into it a bit more first, before I blabber off some crap and am wrong. (Am no technical wiz, as everyone can surely see by my posts). Back on this later today.
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I LOVE "beat it on down the line", is my motivation for housecleaning song! But never never try to exersize in your living room to that one-will be worn out by the time the song is over!! Is that hinky Darkstar though, but can deal! :-)
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Just thinking about what to do as the second vine one that is crossing my mind is the 78 Garcia vocal free shows. anyone have any periods/Tours they would like Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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or autumn 73 with horns i have a few of those - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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Good luck organising these vines Bob. I'm up for the '73 with horns' but I'm not sure whether you mean brass or mammal flesh :-\ Couldn't find a shn file on my PC so converted flac > wav > shn and can now confirm that shn does play on my version of Foobar :-) Greg
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You guys can pick any of the vines I started and request a Euro-version.I'd like to go with Bob's method of distribution (shn and flac files on a data DVD). Much less bulk to mail and the files are not subject to deterioration when copied (hence the term "lossless" files). For those who haven't been keeping up with the U.S. vine forum the choices are: May '77 - May 5, May 7, May 8 and May 9 Winterland '74 NRPS-Dead - 05/15/70 and 11/08/70 Peace, Richard
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what's a vine?
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Look in the other vine thread, is a good explanation. Richard, you bet I will jump on to a couple of those vines. Am just waiting until I get moved into my new place (Sunday) in order to not be between addresses, thus not risk losing anybody's precious material! ************************************************************** Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone, you will still exist, but you have ceased to live. Samuel Clemens
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an idea that goes something like this:> 1) A person starts the vine with a show of their choosing.He/she posts the show with the details and starts a list. People starting a vine should clearly print the artist/show date/disc#/and any other pertinent info on the discs themselves. I like to also add a card with the vine with all the show info. > 2) Who ever wants to get on the vine can do so as long as they have a burner and the time to keep the vine running smoothly. > 3)To get on the vine a person only needs to add their email to the list. > 4) The vine will go to the first person on the list and after that person recieves the show they must contact the next email on the list to get mailing information.Once the show has been burned you pass the origional show CD's onto that next person...so on and so forth. *Important note* There is no reason to wait until you recieve the discs before contacting the next person on the list. Feel free to contact the next in line before you get the vine.This can help speed up the mailing process greatly. > 5) ***Very important....once you receive the show in the mail you must post back to the vine to update it.Let others on the vine know that you have received the show on so and so date and what date you will be sending the show onto the next in line. This will keep all the others in the loop and will let us know if the vine has died and who has killed it.Very important knowledge for upcoming vines because if a person repeatedly kills vines then that person should be skipped over if seen posting to other vines. Other than that , there is some info that is specific to our little operation. First you should go to the most recent post pertaining to the vine you're interested in. For our purposes here on this forum we will need to highlight the text from the original message that includes what show is being vined, and the list of people who have signed up, and copy it (right click on the highlighted text and hit copy). Then start a new post and paste (again, right click where you want the text to reappear, then click paste). The copied list will apear and you will then add your logon name to the list. Since we all have inboxes here on dead.net I think it would be simpler to communicate with each other through them rather than getting into personal emails. However this is not set in stone and people can feel free to contact each other however they wish. Just make sure your contact info is available to the whole group in case somone needs to contact you. So I guess that's it. Any questions feel free to send a private message or just post here on this forum. Also, anyone who has experience with running vines is welcome and encouraged to share their advice and expertise.
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"Dudes (and dudettes): We, your humble mods, are delighted to have this topic going. But when, as inevitably happens in dealing with humans, disaster strikes or someone just plain drops the ball, causing you to not get the promised shows--we can't fix this, and suggest that you pursue it with the other folks on that particular vine. So, consider it disclaimed, and vine on!)" So there you have it, twisted noodle. The vine is an adventure, a surprise, and an opportunity to share the music that the Grateful Dead (and others) have so freely shared with us over the years. "Just pass it on". P.S. Recently sent 18 CDs to England and the cost was a mere $10.42 and it took about 8 days to 'cross the pond'. Quite a deal and amazingly no extra charge for sending aural combustibles abroad. Vine on! ;-)
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Am ready now, Spanish Bob,Where are we w/the first vine over here? Have a new borrowed laptop that can burn cd's/dvd's! ********************************** Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone, you will still exist, but you have ceased to live. Samuel Clemens
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If i get one of my computers back manana Bob keep your eyes peeled - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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if i get the computer going Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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GOGD6th Jan 78 7th Jan 78 8th Jan 78 18th Jan 78 as a filler 4 shows in shn on one DVD 1. 2. 3 details below Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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Grateful Dead 1/6/78 Swing Auditorium San Bernardino, CA Master Soundboard Cassette > Cassette > DAT > CDR disc 2 requires an 80 min disc CD Mastering by Scott Clugston EAC'ed / SHN'ed by Scott Clugston 12/25/01 Disc 1 1st Set 1. Tuning 2. Promised Land 3. Banter / Phil's broken string 4. Bob's "joke" 5. Dire Wolf 6. Mama Tried> 7. Big River 8. Loser 9. Looks Like// Rain 10.Tennessee Jed 11.Minglewood Blues Disc 2 1. Lazy Lightning> 2. Supplication 2nd Set 3. Playin' in the Band> 4. Estimated Prophet> 5. Drums> 6. The// Other One> 7. Truckin' Encore 8. Johnny B. Goode Grateful Dead 1-7-78 Golden Hall Community Concourse, San Diego SBD>MC>R>D>CD>EAC>SHN patched with: AUD>?>CD>EAC>SHN Disc 1 (69:07) set 1: 1. New Minglewood Blues (5:28) 2. tuning (2:05) 3. Cassidy (6:13) 4. Sunrise (4:09) 5 tuning (1:40) 6. Passenger (4:57) 7. tuning (2:20) 8. Mexicali Blues--> (3:35) 9. Me & My Uncle (3:09) 10. tuning (2:52) 11. Looks Like Rain (9:47) 12. El Paso--> (4:35) 13. Let It Grow--> (13:27) 14. Promised Land (4:42) Disc 2 (47:07) set 2: 1. tuning (3:31) 2. Jack Straw (7:11) 3. tuning (3:17) 4. Dancin' In The Streets--> (23:45) 5. Samson & Delilah (9:21) Disc 3 (47:31) set 2 continued: 1. Playin' in the Band--> (10:31) 2. Drums--> (6:16) 3. Not Fade Away--> (15:53) 4. Around & Around (9:54) encore: 5. One More Saturday Night (4:54) Aud patches: --first few seconds of Minglewood --dropout @ 2:01 in Minglewood --the final two minutes of OMSN Notes: --the SBD recording was sourced from the previous SHN seed by Scott Clugston. The clips in Minglewood & OMSN were patched with an audience recording and some other minor edits were made using Sound Forge part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2002 final edits/encoding by JCotsman Grateful Dead Sunday, January 8, 1978 Golden Hall - Convention and Performing Arts Center San Diego, CA SBDMR > R > PCM > DAT > CD > EAC > SHN note: Jerry had laryngitis on this night and therefore he did not sing. EAC, SHN and cross fades by Noah Weiner - November, 2002 DISC ONE [75:55] set one: 01 [02:14] tuning 02 [09:55] Jack Straw 03 [02:57] Mama Tried > 04 [09:25] Big River 05 [07:58] Sunrise 06 [10:01] It's All Over Now 07 [10:40] Looks Like Rain* 08 [03:36] Lazy Lightning > 09 [06:29] Supplication set two-a: 10 [01:39] tuning 11 [11:01] Samson And Delilah *cut in SBD cross faded with AUD/3 from 03:29 to 03:54 DISC TWO [72:43] set two-end: 01 [06:30] Good Lovin' 02 [03:29] Happy Birthday Uncle Bobo 03 [13:35] Estimated Prophet > 04 [08:05] Drums > 05 [15:26] Other One* > 06 [07:57] Truckin' > 07 [13:06] Sugar Magnolia encore: 08 [04:35] Johnny B Goode *cut in SBD cross faded with AUD/3 from 01:00 to 07:12 and the bonus Grateful Dead 1-18-78 Stockton Civic Center, Stockton, California SBD>MR>?>D>CD>EAC>SHN patched with: AUD>MC>C>D>CD>EAC>SHN Disc 1 (77:40) set 1: 1. Mississippi Half Step (11:57) 2. Mama Tried--> (3:05) 3. Me & My Uncle (3:28) 4. tuning (1:51) 5. Peggy-O (7:18) 6. tuning (3:32) 7. Jack Straw (8:03) 8. Friend Of The Devil// (7:52) 9. It's All Over Now (7:55) 10. tuning (2:55) 11. Row Jimmy (10:33) 12. Lazy Lightning--> (3:27) 13. Supplication (5:39) Disc 2 (66:31) set 2: 1. tuning (1:45) 2. Terrapin Station--> (11:52) 3. Playin' In The Band--> (19:37) 4. Passenger--> (5:28) 5. Space--> (4:35) 6. Estimated Prophet--> (10:25) 7. Stella Blue (12:46) Disc 3 (21:38) set 2 continued: 1. Sugar Magnolia (11:05) encore: 2. tuning (1:52) 3. Around & Around (8:40) Caveat: --The SBD has flaws during the 2nd set, mainly for the last few minutes of Playin' through Passenger plus the encore. There must have been a problem with a recording device as the quality varies, at times muddying quite a bit in the higher frequencies. In addition, there were frequent and absolute drops in amplitude. The dropouts have been patched with an audience recording. I do not know whether this problem starts with the master recording. There are also numerous digisnits during the last few songs of the show, probably from the DAT lineage. The last half of Around & Around is supplied from the audience recording, due to some amplitude shifts plus an ever increasing number of digisnits. Aside from the flaws, the SBD is crisp, as if it has perhaps one analog generation. Notes: --FOTD cuts out; several minutes are probably missing --frequent audience patches from near the end of Playin through Passenger and the first 2 minutes of Space (due to large dropouts) --audience patch from 1:08 to 2:34 in Estimated (covers reel flip) --digisnit @ 7:21 in Estimated --digisnit @ 9:57 in Stella Blue --numerous digisnits in Sugar Magnolia --aud patch from 4:05 to end in Around & Around (due to some dropouts and a large number of digisnits) part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2002 Thanks to Mike Tausig for the DAT>CD transfer of the SBD portion Thanks to Jack Warner for the DAT>CD transfer of the AUD portion edits/encoding by JCotsman Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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Hello Eurodeadheads! Just back from my travels! I am not sure on what the status is of the three Vines Bob has now kindly started, for short Europe '72, Horns '73 and now '78 From what I see there have been no takers so far, or has TigerLilly started off now? Also has anyone taken up any of the offers of Transatlantic vines. I am ready and able to get moving on this now and sign up on the lists, but just want to be sure where we stand. thanks
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i have only started 2 vines so far, the horns 73 will come in the next few days,i have had and am having computer problems, after a large electrical storm knocked out both my computers. i am using a laptop for the internet still. Rene will get the 72 in the next few days and you are the only other taker so far Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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Eurovine Number One 4 Europe 72 shows 8th April 72 Wembley 14th April 72 Copenhagen 17th April 72 Copenhagen 23rd May 72 Lyceum see seperate posts for details 1. TigerLilly 2. Cosmic Badger 3 4. 5. put name in first vacant slot and contact person above you with your details - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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eurovine #2 GOGD 6th Jan 78 7th Jan 78 8th Jan 78 18th Jan 78 as a filler 4 shows in shn on one DVD 1.Cosmic Badger 2. 3. 4.
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eurovine #2 GOGD 6th Jan 78 7th Jan 78 8th Jan 78 18th Jan 78 as a filler 4 shows in shn on one DVD 1.Cosmic Badger 2.Greg Macfarlane 3. 4.
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Eurovine Number One 4 Europe 72 shows 8th April 72 Wembley 14th April 72 Copenhagen 17th April 72 Copenhagen 23rd May 72 Lyceum see seperate posts for details 1. TigerLilly 2. Cosmic Badger 3 Johnoxford 4. 5. put name in first vacant slot and contact person above you with your details - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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Should have used this subject for my last postEurovine #2 January 78
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Eurovine #2 January 78 GOGD 6th Jan 78 7th Jan 78 8th Jan 78 18th Jan 78 as a filler 4 shows in shn on one DVD 1.Cosmic Badger 2.Greg Macfarlane 3. Johnoxford 4.
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eurovine #2 GOGD 6th Jan 78 7th Jan 78 8th Jan 78 18th Jan 78 as a filler 4 shows in shn on one DVD 1.Cosmic Badger 2.Greg Macfarlane 3. Johnoxford 4.
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on route to CB in France Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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Just to let you all know that I have taken up Richard's very kind offer on this forum and he has just put in the mail DVD copies of the Vines he has started (or is about to start) in the US, thus passing on Bob's generosity in sending stuff in the opposite direction. These will be (I think) May 5,7,8,9 '77 Winterland Oct 16-20 '74 NRPS-Dead - 05/15/70 and 11/08/70 Winterland December 10-12 1972 and Winterland 9-11 1973. Plus a mystery disk of great shows I will sort these out as soon as I get them and post them for sign-up in due course as numbered UStoEuroVines with all the details Big thanks go to Bob and TigerLilly for the idea and to Richard for making it a reality Hopping around now waiting for the postwoman!
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The Winterland 1973 shows are November 9-11.That's my fault, cosmicbadger reported it to you the way I reported it to him.
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There is also a copy of these shows working there way around the Eurotraders group Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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Received with thanks from Bob. Will send to on to Greg Macfarlane on Monday. Hope your postal strike is sorted by then eurovine #2 GOGD 4 shows in shn on one DVD 6th Jan 78 7th Jan 78 8th Jan 78 18th Jan 78 as a filler
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if i get a chance b4 tuesday i will get Eurovine#3 together, i need to check the quality of what i have I have 12th, 20th, 21st,24th, 26th Sepember in Shn/Flac probably will be all those, if they fit on a disc Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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anyone fancy them, i have GOGD and ABB sets Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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anyone fancy them, i have GOGD and ABB sets Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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anyone have any requests for periods for this vine 60's perhaps 95 ? Bob- - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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Repeating yourself, repeating yourself. :-) I say the 60's.Will be back in Spain early tomorrow morning, and will copy and send anything that is in my mailbox. ********************************** Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone, you will still exist, but you have ceased to live. Samuel Clemens
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12th September 7320th September 73 21st September 73 24th September 73 1. 2. 3. 4. Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam
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The Grateful Dead 09/12/73 College Of William & Mary Williamsburg, VA SBD>MR>C>DAT>CDR>EAC>MKWact Disc One Set I //Bertha Mexicali Blues Brown Eyed Women El Paso Don’t Ease me In Looks Like Rain Beer Barrel Polka equipment break Ramble On Rose Me & My Uncle Bird Song Jack Straw Set II Loose Lucy Big River Disc Two Set II (Continued) Row Jimmy Let Me Sing Your Blues Away * Weather Report Suite Prelude > * Weather Report Suite Part 1 > * Let It Grow * Around & Around Eyes Of The World > Stella Blue Beat It on Down the Line Casey Jones E) One More Saturday Night * With Martin Fierro & Joe Ellis on Horns notes: The first 5 tunes of Set I suffer a variety of flaws due to equipment problems and a degraded MR. Bertha has a tough start and nastiness at 03:53 that lasts for 30 secs El Paso has a glitch at 00:14 Here Comes Sunshine is missing altogether In spite of the burps, hiccups and farts, this show is worth a listen. Muchos Gracias to Pablo B. aka Raoul Duke for the show And Jerrys Kids for the Moral Fortitude, Knowledge and Fraternity Another Installment Of The Music Never Stopped Project Sly_Wow@Yahoo.com 12.21.02 Grateful Dead 9-20-73 The Spectrum, Philadelphia Source 1: AUD>MR>?>CD>EAC>SHN Source 2: SBD>MR>R>PCM>D>CD>EAC>SHN Disc 1 (66:29) set 1: 1. Promised Land (3:14) 2. Tennessee Jed (8:05) 3. Mexicali Blues (3:32) 4. They Love Each Other (5:39) 5. Looks Like Rain (7:10) 6. Loser (6:36) 7. Beat It On Down The Line (3:29) 8. China Cat Sunflower--> (8:06) 9. I Know You Rider (5:43) 10. El Paso (4:34) 11. Row Jimmy (10:15) Disc 2 (66:36) set 1 continued: 1. Greatest Story Ever Told (5:23) 2. Deal (5:24) 3. Around & Around (6:05) set 2: 4. Truckin'-->* (8:20) 5. Nobody's Fault But Mine Jam*--> (3:44) 6. Eyes Of The World-->* (18:06) 7. Stella Blue* (8:15) 8. tuning (1:35) 9. Sugar Magnolia* (9:41) *with Martin Fierro & Joe Ellis on horns the audience portion supplies: --Promised Land through BIODTL; --patch in China Cat from 5:30-->5:51 --El Paso --the final 1:30 of Eyes through to the end of the show Notes: --the audience portion is in mono --Sound Forge was used to correct the pitch, splicing, and other minor edits part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2002 Thanks to Michael Dixon for supplying the audience recording and Scott Clugston for providing the SBD shns which were used for this compilation edits/encoding by JCotsman 9/21/73 - Grateful Dead The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA Recording Info: SBD -> Rm -> Reel -> PCM -> Dat Transfer Info: Dat (Sony R500) -> Samplitude v6.0 -> Cool Edit Pro v1.2 -> CD -> EAC -> SHN All transfers done by Charlie Miller charliemiller87@earthlink.net 5/20/03 Set 1: d1t01 - Big Railroad Blues d1t02 - Me And My Uncle d1t03 - Brown Eyed Women d1t04 - Beat It On Down The Line d1t05 - Sugaree d1t06 - Big River d1t07 - Here Comes Sunshine d1t08 - El Paso d1t09 - Loose Lucy d1t10 - Jack Straw d1t11 - Black Peter d1t12 - Tuning / Stage banter d2t01 - Playing In The Band Set 2: d2t02 - Let Me Sing Your Blues Away d2t03 - Weather Report Suite -> d2t04 - Let It Grow d3t01 - He's Gone -> d3t02 - Truckin' -> d3t03 - The Other One -> d3t04 - Wharf Rat d3t05 - Row Jimmy MISSING - Casey Jones Encore: d3t06 - One More Saturday Night Notes: Let Me Sing through Let It Grow with Joe Ellis on trumpet and Martin Fierro on saxophone The complete show except fragmentary versions of Sugaree, Big River, Playin In The Band with a cut and The Other One with a cut. Grateful Dead 9-24-73 Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pittsburgh Source 1: AUD>MR>?>CD>EAC>SHN Source 2: SBD>MR>?>PCM>D>CD>EAC>SHN Source 3: SBD>MR>?>CD>EAC>SHN (Mexicali Blues only) Disc 1 (59:16) set 1: 1. //Promised Land (3:08) 2. //Sugaree (7:44) 3. Jack Straw% (4:59) 4. They Love Each Other (6:16) 5. Mexicali Blues (3:43) 6. Loose Lucy (8:42) 7. Looks Like Rain (8:45) 8. Row Jimmy (11:05) 9. Big River (4:54) Disc 2 (58:00) set 1 continued: 1. //China Cat Sunflower%--> (8:25) 2. I Know You Rider (5:33) 3. Around & Around (5:04) set 2: 4. //Ramble On Rose (6:50) 5. El Paso (4:12) 6. Mississippi Half Step// (7:03) 7. equipment break (0:59) 8. Tico Tico/tuning (4:03) 9. Merry-Go-Round Brokedown--> (0:35) 10. Greatest Story Ever Told (5:17) 11. tuning (1:52) 12. China Doll (8:02) Disc 3 (54:26) set 2 continued: 1. Truckin--> (9:00) 2. Nobody's Fault But Mine--> (4:46) 3. Eyes Of The World-->* (13:41) 4. Weather Report Suite Prelude--> (1:21) 5. Weather Report Suite Part 1--> (4:54) 6. Let It Grow* (10:58) 7. //Sugar Magnolia%* (9:43) *with Martin Fierro & Joe Ellis on horns The audience recording is of decent quality for the era (though frequently oversaturated), and the SBD portions are only very slightly degraded. Sound Forge was used for pitch corrections, patching, and to remove many crackles that were present on the SBD portions. Some circulating copies of this show may have a BIODTL after Greatest Story, and a WRS from a degraded SBD. Both of these portions are actually from the 10-21-73 SBD, though, and have been corrected for this shn set. The audience recording supplies: --Promised Land through TLEO --China Cat through Half Step --WRS-->Sugar Magnolia Notes: --many songs are missing the first few notes on the audience portions because of taper conservation; all such cuts are minor --minor splice at beginning of Jack Straw, probably due to an accidental pause --splice in China Cat @ 5:50 --dropout @ 6:12 in China Cat --minor cut at the end of Half Step --spice @ 6:15 in Sugar Magnolia part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2002 Thanks to Michael Dixon, Alan Fink, & Dan Stephens edits/encoding by JCotsman Bob - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spanish Jam