Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Greensboro, NC (04/30/81)

Grateful Dead
April 30, 1981
Greensboro Coliseum
Greensboro, NC
gd80-04-030.sbd.miller.91728.sbeok.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Cassette -> Reel -> Dat (48k)
This is a tagged version of shnid: 91728

Transfer Info:
Dat -> Pro Tools -> Samplitude Professional v10.02 -> Adobe Audition v1.5
-> FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
April 30, 2008

Patch Info:
Beyer M160 -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> CD (shnid=5057) supplies:
Tuning (0:00 – 0:17) (0:56 – end of track)
Jack Straw (0:00 – 0:08)
Peggy-O (0:00 – 0:17)
Looks Like Rain (0:00 – 0:10)

(FOB) Nakamichi 700 -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> CD (shnid=5057) supplies:
Shakedown Street (10:12 – 10:20)
It Must Have Been The Roses (0:00 – 0:05)
Eyes Of The World (6:06 – 6:19)

Notes:
— Set 2 is seamless
— Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction
— Hundreds of flaws removed from first set due to Dat errors

–Set 1–
101-d1t01 – Tuning
102-d1t02 – Jack Straw
103-d1t03 – Peggy-O ->
104-d1t04 – C C Rider
105-d1t05 – Alabama Getaway ->
106-d1t06 – Greatest Story Ever Told
107-d1t07 – Loser
108-d1t08 – Looks Like Rain
109-d1t09 – China Cat Sunflower ->
110-d1t10 – I Know You Rider

–Set 2–
201-d2t01 – Tuning
202-d2t02 – Shakedown Street ->
203-d2t03 – Samson & Delilah
204-d2t04 – It Must Have Been the Roses
205-d3t01 – Estimated Prophet ->
206-d3t02 – Eyes of the World ->
207-d3t03 – Drums ->
208-d3t04 – Space ->
209-d3t05 – Truckin’ ->
210-d3t06 – Black Peter ->
211-d3t07 – Around & Around ->
212-d3t08 – Johnny B. Goode

–Encore–
213-d3t09 – Casey Jones

2 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Greensboro, NC (04/30/81)

  1. My first Dead concert – grateful thanks Keith H @ UNC-CH Chem for taking this foreigner to his first exposure to this great American band. Didn’t know the music then; was overwhelmed by the crowd antics and didn’t pay too much attention to the band. Now, thirty-five years later, with lots of listening under my belt, I’m finally able to hear what I had missed in 1981. Thanks!

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