Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Seattle, WA (01/22/68)


Grateful Dead
68-01-22 Eagles Auditorium
Seattle, WA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a tagged version of shnid: 97342

Recording Info:
SBD -> (4 Track) Master Reels -> Dat (44.1k)

Transfer Info:
Dat (Sony R500) -> Sound Devices 744T -> Adobe Audition v1.5 ->
Samplitude Professional v10.2 -> FLAC
(1 Disc Audio / 1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
February 9, 2009

— Some static from TIFTOO through reel flip in Born Cross-Eyed
— Reel flip in Born Cross-Eyed
— Reel flip in Caution
— I’m guessing that the vocals from Caution were lost in the reel flip
— Thanks to Rob Eaton for the Dat
— Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction

d1t01 – Alligator
d1t02 – That’s It For The Other One ->
d1t03 – New Potato Caboose ->
d1t04 – Born Cross-Eyed ->
d1t05 – Feedback ->
d1t06 – Spanish Jam ->
d1t07 – Dark Star ->
d1t08 – China Cat Sunflower ->
d1t09 – The Eleven ->
d1t10 – Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) ->
d1t11 – Feedback ->
d1t12 – And We Bid You Good Night

5 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Seattle, WA (01/22/68)

  1. Hey Mat. Loving the GD, as always. . . many thanks for all the great stuff. . . .

    When DL’ing this file (the MP3) and one of the ’95 shows, I was getting some sort of message from Amazon indicating “This file may harm your computer.” It may be an issue with my computer’s settings, or there could be something in the file (given that message I was reluctant to choose the “Open File” option Amazon gave me) – so I was wondering if anyone else was having similar issues. . . .

    Thanks and Happy 2017!

    1. Every now and again people tell me this happens to them. I don’t know why it happens. Best guess is because I am using the Amazon Cloud drive in a way it wasn’t designed to be used. In that its designed to be used more like dropbox where they want you to store your files on their Drive, but not necessarily share them on your website. They do have a share buttons but that seems to be so you could share with friends or collaborators no so much the entire internet. As such my hunch is that your browser isn’t used to seeing things being shared via an Amazon URL and that makes it seem suspicious.

      I have no idea if that is true or not. I can assure you that I never willingly include a virus to anything and Amazon is a pretty trustworthy site.

      Sorry its doing that. It does seem to go away for most people. Or at least they stop complaining about it 😉

  2. Thanks Mat.

    I’ve been DLing your stuff through Amazon for awhile and never had any problem until this week. Who knows – maybe my PC’s settings (or Amazon’s) were automatically updated after the New Year and now they’re being “tighter” with DLs. . . .

    Anyway, thanks again – your efforts here are always appreciated!

    1. Weird. From what I can tell it does seem to happen randomly. Like maybe a setting gets updated or maybe Amazon makes some slight change. I have no idea. Hopefully it will stop soon for you.

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