October 21, 1971
I previously posted the New Riders set from this set here.
This is a tagged version of shnid: 112086
SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat
Dat -> Samplitude Professional v11.2 -> FLAC
(2 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
February 22, 2011
— Disc change is seamless
— Thanks to David Gans for this recording
101-d1t01 – Tuning
102-d1t02 – Truckin’ – Officially released on Dicks Picks 3
103-d1t03 – Loser
104-d1t04 – Beat It on Down the Line
105-d1t05 – Tennessee Jed
106-d1t06 – Playing in the Band
107-d1t07 – Big Railroad Blues – Officially released on Dicks Picks 3
108-d1t08 – Jack Straw
109-d1t09 – Cumberland Blues
110-d1t10 – Comes a Time
111-d1t11 – Mexicali Blues
112-d1t12 – The Frozen Logger – Officially released on Dicks Picks 3
113-d1t13 – Cold Rain & Snow
114-d2t01 – One More Saturday Night
201-d2t02 – Casey Jones
202-d2t03 – Me & My Uncle
203-d2t04 – Dark Star -> – Officially released on Dicks Picks 3
204-d2t05 – Sittin’ on Top of the World ->
205-d2t06 – Dark Star ->
206-d2t07 – Me & Bobby McGee – Officially released on Dicks Picks 3
207-d2t08 – Brown Eyed Women – Officially released on Dicks Picks 3
208-d2t09 – Ramble on Rose
209-d2t10 – Sugar Magnolia
210-d2t11 – Saint Stephen -> – Officially released on Dicks Picks 3
211-d2t12 – Johnny B. Goode – Officially released on Dicks Picks 3
Area Parco Nord
It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World
And The Healing Has Begun
Some Peace Of Mind
See Me Through
Whenever God Shines His Light
Star of the County Down
Northern Muse (Solid Ground)/When Heart Is Open
In The Garden/Daring Night
Summertime In England
Bob Dylan on same bill
Maceo Parker- alto sax
Pee Wee Ellis
Fred Wesley- Trombone
Sent to me as one WAV file from Mauro’s tape collection. Split into separate tracks by DLT using Roxio. I converted and tagged the tracks using xACT.
Thanks to both for the help.
A pretty decent sounding audience recording. I have no other source info.
Neil Young & Crazy Horse
1. Mr. Soul
2. Cinnamon Girl
3. When You Dance I Can Really Love
4. Down By The River
5. Heart Of Gold
6. See The Sky About To Rain
7. Too Lonely
8. When Your Lonely Heart Breaks
9. Drive Back
10. Opera Star
11. Cortez The Killer
12. Sugar Mountain
13. American Dream
14. Mideast Vacation
15. Long Walk Home
17. Like A Hurricane
18. Tonight’s The Night
19. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
Mauro sent me this show from his tape collection. He converted it to a single WAV file. Split into separate tracks by DLT using Roxio. I converted WAV to FLAC and tagged the files using xACT.
Thanks to Mauro and DLT for the help.
Edie Brickell & New Bohemians
Port Chester, NY
November 8, 2018
FOH Mix by Jared Dottorelli
Recorded By Rich Rothenberg
Processed By Keith Litzenberger
Audiogate > 24BIT/48khz Wav>Sound Forge Pro 11 (Fades,iZotope 64 Bit SRC/iZotope MBIT+ Bit depth conversion to 16 Bit/44.1khz)>CDWAV(Track Splitting)>Trader’s Little Helper (FLAC)
01 Tell Me
02 Stranger Things
03 The Wheel
07 Singing In The Shower
09 Spanish Style Guitar
10 Ghost of a Dog>
11 Buffalo Ghost
12 Eyes In The Window
13 Love Like We Do>
14 What I Am
15 What Makes You Happy
17 Oh Child
18 10,000 Angels
19 Green Magic
October 3, 1980
The Greek Theater
“Bread And Roses Festival”
intro before 1st song 0:53
Are You Ready For The Country? 4:31
Stayin’ Power 2:59
Motor City 3:40
band intros 0:40
Union Man 2:31
Comin’ Apart At Every Nail 3:22
Hawks And Doves 4:04
Four Strong Winds 4:30
Are You Ready For The Country? 4:19
Band : Hawks and Doves
Neil Young – vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica
Ben Keith – pedal steel guitar
Rufus Thibodeaux – fiddle
Greg Thomas – drums
Dennis Belfield – bass
Hillary O’Brien – vocals
cassette master > cdr
Maxell UD XLI cassette with Dolby B recorded on Sony TCD-5 with two Electrovoice RE-10 mics.
Transferred with Nakamichi Dragon cassette deck -> Macintosh Pro Tools -> CD.
Flac files created and sector boundaries verified with XAct.
md5 file created with checkSum+.
‘The Year Of The Spiders’
(1999 Switch On! : S.O. 99-03)
BBC Sessions Various Dates & Locations
Excellent Recording Quality
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
The Sound of the Seventies with Bob Harris: 1972.05.18.
[Maida Vale Studios, London, UK]
01. Hang Onto Yourself
02. Ziggy Stardust
03. Waiting For The Man
04. Queen Bitch
05. Five Years
Top Gear TV Show with John Peel: 1972.05.16.
[Maida Vale Studios, London, UK]
06. White Light White Heat
07. Making Believe
08. Hang Onto Yourself
09. Suffragette City
10. Ziggy Stardust
The Johnny Walker Show: 1972.05.22.
[The Aeolian Hall, London, UK]
12. Space Oddity
14. Oh You Pretty Things
Tracks 1-5 : Sounds of The Seventies 18.01.72
Tracks 6-10 : Top Gear 16.05.72
Tracks 11-14 : Johnny Walker Show 22.05.72
Tracks 15-18 : Sounds of The Seventies 23.05.72
A very nice Japanese issue from the former DANCING HORSE label, now called SWITCH ON!.
The sound quality is excellent, and the songs are probably recorded from the original BBC tapes.
These tracks should have been on the never released BBC series Vol. 2 & 3. -Original
The Sound of the Seventies with Bob Harris: 1972.05.23.
[Maida Vale Studios, London, UK]
15. Andy Warhol
16. Lady Stardust
17. White Light White Heat
This Flight Tonight
Cold Blue Steel and Sweet Fire
Big Yellow Taxi
All I Want
A Case of You
Both Sides Now
*Listed on Etree but not included in this set.
Fundraiser for Senator George McGovern’s presidential campaign. Other performers included Paul Simon and James Taylor.
Sent to me as WAV files from Mauro. Taken from his tape collection. WAV files was split into separate tracks and converted to FLAC by Dave R.
Thanks to both Mauro and Dave R. for the help.
Decent sounding audience recording.I have no other source/lineage info.
Jerry Garcia Interview
Raddison Hotel, room 1503
St. Paul, Mn.
July 10, 1981
This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 88089
This is one of the only candid interview tapes of Jerry in circulation. It starts with a journalist named Greg
Harrington asking some very intelligent questions about all types of topics and Jerry is very warm and generous during the interview. Later a few heads join the party and the tape keeps rolling. At one point someone sparks a jay and Jerry is inclined to smoke up with his new friends. What ensues is just hilarious as Jerry and company get progressively more stoned. This tape is a rare glimpse into the wonderful mind of Jerry Garcia. After listening to it, you will have a much better understanding of what it must have been like to be a member of the Grateful Dead, what was the process or lack of it for the band and who really is Jerry and what is his trip?
This is a wonderful part of my collection. I have seen a copy converted by someone else, but I have taken the time to convert a high bias 3rd GEN cassette to digital.
Note: Take special note to track 9 on disk 1. I Hope you enjoy Jerry’s opinion on the matter of tapping shows.
Converted and Seeded by James Toland, email@example.com
1. Intro>reckogning album> 03:06
2. Song Selections for acoustic sets> 01:27
3. Filming of Dead Ahead and other film projects> 04:08
4. Dead Set record> 01:10
5. 15 years so far> 01:18
6. Writing with Robert Hunter> 02:55
7. Working without a net> 03:26
8. The addition of Brent to the band> 00:55
9. Jerry on tapping shows! 01:05
10. Venue breakdowns> 02:06
11. Unbroken Chain?/Jerry’s car> 01:13
12. Working without a net reprise> 03:01
13. Unbroken chain rehearsal tapes> 03:50
14. Improvisation vs. formula> 03:22
15. Looking forward to 1982> 03:09
16. Have you heard about Deadbase? 01:20
17. Introductions of freaks> 00:15
18. Jerry on the Midwest> 01:54
19> Jerry smokes a jay> 02:19
20. Is the Uptown Theatre (in Chicago) Closed? 03:30
1. /Getting Althea right> 02:02
2. Here’s the jay> 04:57
3. Bobby Wierd> 03:19
4. Touring across America> 04:25
5. Working with Phil and Micky> 04:30
6. Flying to gigs> 04:29
7. Pat calls for backstage passes> 01:49
8. Jerry bums a smoke> 02:58
9. Iko Iko and other song’s mysteries> 03:22
10. Jerry on world events> 02:52
11. “This is not the right world for our trip”> 03:11
12. We got to get going 01:07
13. Althea/ (1981-07-10) 05:55
Unknown source (soundboard or FM?) > ? > CD > Exact Audio Copy (WAV) > Trader’s Little Helper (FLAC). Files analyzed by AVS Audio Editor.
101 Dance Me To The End Of Love
102 Who By Fire
103 Ain’t No Cure For Love
104 The Law
105 Heart With No Companion
106 I’m Your Man
107 Coming Back To You
108 First We Take Manhattan
109 Chelsea Hotel #2
110 Tower Of Song
201 One Of Us Cannot Be Wrong
202 Everybody Knows
203 There Is A War
204 Take This Waltz
205 Sisters Of Mercy
206 Bird On The Wire
208 Hey That’s No Way To Say Goodbye
209 I Can’t Forget
211 So Long, Marianne
Set list slightly differs from the on on leonardcohenfiles.com where Bird On The Wire opens the show and Sisters Of Mercy follows Hallelujah.
Bob Weir & The Swirled Whale Band
Thanks to by Dead Images for the photo.
© Robbi Cohn, Deadimages.com
Taped by Keith Litzenberger
SBD>Sony TCD-D10Pro>Sony TCD-D3(Via Analog input)
DAT Master played back on Tascam DA-30MKII>Sound Devices 702>Sound Forge Pro 11 (Fades,iZotope 64 Bit SRC to 16 Bit/44.1khz)>CDWAV(Tracking)>Trader’s Little Helper (FLAC)>Foobar 2000 (track tagging)
02 Feel Like A Stranger
03 Mexicali Blues
04 When I Paint My Masterpiece
Note: Swirled Whale Band played a 1st set without Bobby, I did not tape it, I only taped the 2nd set.