Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (02/28/69)

Grateful Dead
February 28, 1969
Fillmore West,
San Francisco, CA

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–Set 1–
101 – Bill Graham Intro ->
102 – Morning Dew
103 – Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
104 – Doin’ That Rag
105 – King Bee
106 – Turn on Your Lovelight

–Set 2–
201 – Bill Graham Intro ->
202 – Cryptical Envelopment ->
203 – Drums ->
204 – The Other One ->
205 – Cryptical Envelopment Reprise ->
206 – Dark Star ->
207 – St. Stephen ->
208 – William Tell bridge ->
209 – The Eleven ->
210 – Death Don’t Have No Mercy

–Encore–
211 – “We’ve Got to Think of Something to Do!…”->”Crocodile!” ->
212 – Alligator ->
213 – Drums -> Drummers’ Chant -> Drums ->
214 – Power Jam ->
215 – Caution (Do not Stop on Tracks) ->
216 – Feedback ->
207 – And We Bid You Goodnight ->
Goodnight from All the Electronic Mice…

Band Line Up:
Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals
Bob Weir – guitar, vocals
Tom Constanten – keyboards
Ron “Pigpen” McKernan – keyboards, vocals, harmonica, percussion
Phil Lesh – bass guitar, vocals
Bill Kreutzmann – drums
Mickey Hart – drums

Source 1:

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 3397

Source info:
16-Track Master Reel>DAT>CD>EAC>SHN
(Extraction and.shn encoding by Seth Kaplan, Sdk022769@aol.com)
(Initial seeds circulated by C. Miller via Aoxoa ====> THANKS!)

Source info for spliced portions:
0:35.360 seconds of Lovelight: 2-Track SBDMR>C>C>DAT>CD
0:36.526 seconds of Pre-Encore stage banter: 2-track MSR>R2Rx2>DAT>CD
0:34.512 seconds of Alligator: 2-Track SBDMR>R>R>PCM>DAT>CD
0:00.895 seconds of Alligator from the Multi-Track Master Reel
was replaced with 0:00.895 seconds of Alligator from the 2-Track
SBDMR>R>R>PCM>DAT>CD where the Multi-Track Master Reel slowed down
and ran out.

The above splices from the alternative 2-Track sources were edited
and patched by myself using Cool Edit 2000 FFT filters, Normalize/Amplification
and Time/Pitch functions.

A replicated section of crowd noise after King Bee was removed by me and a
repeating error at the end of Dark Star was fixed by Jack Warner.
I also re-tracked most of the show after completing the above edits.
Dark Star splice at approximately 18:00 (drops off at 17:58 on the initial
unpatched disc 2) from 2-Track DAT source supplied by Rob Bertrando:
SBDMR>DAT>CD and was done by Aoxoa and C. Miller

Proper extraction and sector boundaries verified via EAC and .shntool

Source 2:

shnid: 132672

Ampex MM-1000 16 Track Master Reels Two Inch Wide Tape @ 15 ips
Multi Track Mix-down To a Sony PCM 1630 By Dan Healy @ 44.1KHz) circa ____?

Set #1 DAT x ONE by Dick Latvala-DAT x TWO(Mine)
Set #2 DAT x ? by Rob Bertrando-DAT x (Mine)
Editing(Adobe Audition CC)-FLAC encoding(dBpoweramp)-Tagging(Tag & Re-name)-Sample Rate Conversion(r8brain)
This is a 100% Flat transfer from the DAT no signal processing what-so-ever. Some pitch correction implemented
Jim Wise:March 2015

16 bit 48KHz file set

patch material sourced from the ————

re-sampled Set#1 to 48KHz to Match the RBBERT DAT

Recording:
Executive engineer: Bob Matthews
Engineer: Betty Cantor
Consulting engineers: Owsley, Ron Wickersham
Sound: Bear

Source 3:

shnid: 139196

From the Rich Gastwirt Collection

SBD > 2-track Master Reels > Dat

Charlie Miller Transfer: Dat (Sony PCM-R500) > Tascam DA-3000 > wav 16/48

Edited & Mastered in Audacity by Joe Noel: Wave > Flac 16/48

Checksum & tags created in xACT.

patch info:
– source #132672 (SBD)
– s1t01; 0:00 – 0:45
– s2t03; 4:13 – 7:55
– s2t04; 0:00 – 0:15

Notes:
– Officially Released: Fillmore West 1969: The Complete Recordings.
– Where it all began, the two track.
– Wipe Out?? Buster’s in the wrong place.
– The Jam. Jerry is planning ahead when he digs in here.
– Good Nite Electronic Mice.

Grateful for:
– Rich Gastwirt’s source material
– Charlie Miller’s kind transfer

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