Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Maryland Heights, MO (07/06/95)

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Grateful Dead
07/06/95
Riverport Amphitheatre
Maryland Heights, MO

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 9119
Source: SBD>DAT>C>DAT>CDR>DAT>SHN

Disc 1 – Set 1
01 Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo
02 Take Me To The River
03 Big Boss Man
04 Me And My Uncle (1) >
05 Big River (1)
06 Brown Eyed Women
07 Cassidy
Set 2
08 Eyes Of The World
09 Unbroken Chain

Disc 2 – Set 2 (cont’d)
01 Samba In The Rain >
02 Truckin’ >
03 He’s Gone >
04 Drums >
05 Space >
06 The Last Time >
07 Stella Blue >
08 Around And Around
Encore
09 Liberty

Comments:
-2 second d/o at 7:51 of He’s Gone removed w/ cdwav.
-Levels are extremely high throughout with occasional clipping/compression. nevertheless, the performances are worth the technical problems and this is the only SBD source i’ve seen of this show – Chris L. Thanks to Braverman for ‘turning me on’ to this show.

DAE(EAC)>tracking (cdwav)>SHN(MKWACT)>FTP via candyman FTP.
4/2002.

8 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Maryland Heights, MO (07/06/95)

  1. Any chance of posting 3/23/95? It is a great show. I was there. The second set makes it Dave’s Picks worthy, IMHO. And that says a lot since I am hyper-critical of 80s and 90s Dead shows. Prefer a version not remastered by Charlie Miller as he lowered Bobby in the mix and changed the impact of the entire show. Bobby was dominant in the mix at the show and on the first soundboard tapes circulated. Best Unbroken Chain. THE version of Days Between! A RAGING Scarlet/Fire are all included! Thanks for all you do… GREAT BLOG, Dude!!!!

      1. That’s the 24th. Not the same show and not as good. I was at this one too. But thanks!

  2. I was at this show too. While I have always though that there was no such thing as a bad GD concert, this one was the day after an unruly crowd broke through the fences at Deer Creek. In the parking lot, I was handed a flyer from the band that warned against going with a crowd mentality, and hinting that they might not continue touring if this was the future.

    When the band hit “The Last Time” in the second set, quite a few folks on the terrace sobered up quickly and thought again about that warning. As it turned out, a month later, Jerry left us and that was that.

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