Repost Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Los Angeles, CA (11/11/67)

Grateful Dead
1967-11-11
Shrine Exposition Hall
Los Angeles, CA
The Shrine Reels: 3 tapes – 5 sides. With alternate versions to cover tape flips.

Download: FLAC/MP3

Taped By: Dan Healy
Transfer By: Matt Smith & Bob Menke
Mastering By: Derek McCabe

Set 1:
Disc 1
d1t01: // Turn On Your Lovelight (reel #2 side B; 8-track 15 ips)
d1t02: Death Don’t Have No Mercy (reel #2 side B; 8-track 15 ips)
d1t03: Good Morning Little School (reel #2 side B; 8-track 15 ips)
d1t04: New Potato Caboose (reel #1 side A; 2-track 7.5 ips)

Disc 2:
d2t01: Cryptical > (reel #1 side B; 8-track 15 ips)
d2t02: The Other One > (reel #1 side B; 8-track 15 ips)
d2t03: Cryptical (reel #1 side B; 8-track 15 ips)
d2t04: Alligator > (reel #1 side A; 2-track 7.5 ips)
d2t04: Caution // has cut > Feedback > end crowd (reel #1 side A; 2-track 7.5 ips)

Chances are the Grateful Dead closed this night thus explaining a longer set.
Blue Cheer, then Buffalo Springfield opened.

Notes:
– “Lovelight” fades in and has a left channel issue, fixed by using right channel as mono to stereo, then crossfaded
– “Death Don’t Have No Mercy” has a left channel issue, fixed by using right channel as mono to stereo, then crossfaded
– patch source for “Caution // different cut > Feedback // cut” (reel #1 side B; 8-track 15 ips)

Reel #1 side A most likely was recorded @7.5 ips and all the rest was @15 ips. Dan Healy once explained he was running two different decks at this time, an 8-track 15 ips. and an Ampex 7.5 ips. deck.

MOTB Release: 0173 16/44.1
Release Date: 2011-09-05

3 thoughts on “Repost Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Los Angeles, CA (11/11/67)

  1. This is a good example of such a “classic” concert, that the entire bill should be played. Springfield and Blue Cheer? No contest!!!

  2. Big thank you for this one. This is a way more complete, better quality version of this show than I had. You’ve made my day!

  3. You all are welcome. This is some really cool stuff and some of it is relatively new to the masses. There was actually a bit of a fervor when I first posted it awhile back. A friend of mine sent it to me and apparently he got it from some snobby folks who hadn’t intended on it getting out to everybody. It was fun to see the reactions.

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