Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Baton Rouge, LA (09/01/69)

Grateful Dead
09/01/69
Baton Rouge International Speedway
Baton Rouge, LA

Download: FLAC/MP3

(Extraction and.shn encoding by Seth Kaplan via EAC and MKW.
Accurate extraction and properly aligned sector boundaries
verified via EAC and .shntool)

Lineage: SBD>Cm>Dat>CD

–Setlist–
101-d1t01 – Intro ->
102-d1t02 – Casey Jones
103-d1t03 – Morning Dew ->
104-d1t04 – Mama Tried ->
105-d1t05 – High Time
106-d1t06 – Easy Wind
107-d2t01 – Yellow Dog Story
108-d2t02 – Dark Star ->
109-d2t03 – St. Stephen ->
110-d2t04 – William Tell bridge ->
111-d2t05 – The Eleven ->
112-d2t06 – Turn on Your Lovelight//

Notes:
Tape warble on a few spots in Morning Dew. Lovelight cuts @ 9:06

>From Deadlists:

Eaton lists:
09/01/69 Baton Rouge Speedway, Prairieville La – complete
4.4, 095min, Sbd, A0D1, Cass M->Dat 1, 44k,
Ampex C-90 Master Cass/no dolby->3700 x 0->3800 x 1
If correct Eaton’s timing implies a complete Lovelight on the master.
RECORDING 90 SB

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 5216

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4 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Baton Rouge, LA (09/01/69)

  1. Aah more great ’69. I hadn’t heard this show before, thank you very much.

    As far as which year to do next – I like the early stuff, but others prefer the 70s & 80s. 1977 is a great year as is 1980. 1972 is also great, but is pretty much covered by the Europe box set & the various Dick’s & Dave’s Picks.

    1. I’m thinking about doing a run through a year in the 80s. I actually did all of 1977 before I started 1969 so I’m thinking a more modern year would be fun. Especially so since I’ve never really loved their 80s sound. But I’ve really been enjoying the Jerry Band shows from 1983 so maybe I can learn to dig the Dead in that decade as well.

      But we’ve got time to think about it. It will be many weeks yet before I get through 1969.

  2. Me, I would prefer to see shows from the period 1979-83.. As you say, the earlier years are pretty well covered, while the later years are not so interesting..

    1. I’m kind of leaning towards that era as well. When we get closer to finishing out 1969 (and honestly we’re still a ways from doing that) I’ll put out a poll and take votes on what to do next.

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