Upgrade Bonanza: Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir & Duane Allman – Boston, MA (11/21/70)

Jerry Garcia - Duane allman - Bob weir - Boston 1970

JERRY GARCIA, BOB WEIR & DUANE ALLMAN
WBCN Studios, Boston
November 21, 1970

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is sometimes labeled as 11/2070, I have no idea which date is correct.

1. advertisement
2. El Paso
3. banter
4. Big River
5. I Know You Rider
6. banter
7. Jam
8. banter
9. Dark Hollow
10. banter
11. Angie
12. Let Me In

Source 1:
This is a tagged version of shnid: 77475
FM MASTER REEL > 2ND GEN (?) REEL > M-AUDIO TRANSIT >
COOL EDIT > CD WAVE EDITOR > FLAC

Source 2:
76324
Acoustic live FM broadcast remastered
Definite upgrade of originally very rough recording of the exceptional performance

New Source Bonanza: New Riders of the Purple Sage & Grateful Dead – Port Chester, NY (11/06/70)

grateful dead - port chester - 1970

Grateful Dead, with New Riders of the Purple Sage
November 6, 1970
Capitol Theater,
Port Chester, NY

Download Source 1: FLAC/MP3

Download Source 2: FLAC/MP3

Source 2 is new.

–Sound Check–
Candyman take one
Candyman take two
Uncle John’s Band take one
Uncle John’s Band take two
Attics of My Life
Drums and bass tuning

–Dead Acoustic set–
Don’t Ease Me In
Deep Elem Blues
Dark Hollow
Friend of the Devil
The Rub
Black Peter
El Paso
Brokedown Palace
Uncle John’s Band

–NRPS Set–
Workin’ Man Blues
I Don’t Know You
Whatcha Gonna Do
Glendale Train
Portland Woman
Fair Chance to Know
All I Ever//Wanted
Truck Drivin’ Man
Lodi
Me & Bobby McGee
Louisiana Lady
The Weight
Honky Tonk Woman

–Dead Electric Set–
Casey Jones
Me & My Uncle
I’m a King Bee
China Cat Sunflower ->
I Know You Rider
Truckin’
Candyman
Sugar Magnolia
Drums ->
Good Lovin’ ->
Drums ->
The Main Ten ->
Drums ->
Good Lovin’
Alligator ->
Waggin’ His Tail Jam ->
Not Fade Away ->
Goin’ Down the Road Feeling Bad ->
Mountain Jam ->
Not Fade Away ->
Caution ->
Turn On/Your Lovelight

Source 1:

gd70-11-06.aud.warner.sbeok.flac16

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 17183

*Acoustic set through 1:50 of El Paso, entire electric set is MAC>C>D>CD>EAC>SHN,
from Ken Leigh’s master, recorded from the center loge with a Sony TC-110 cassette
deck with built-in microphone.

*Uncle John’s Band and NRPS set is MAC>C>R>D>CD>EAC>SHN, from Ken Leigh’s master

*From 1:50 of El Paso through 0:03 of Uncle John’s Band is MAC>R>D>CD>EAC>SHN,
from Dave Tamarkin’s master, recorded from the floor with a Sony Dictaphone

**Normalization, patches, EAC, SHN encoding by Jack Warner.
Uploaded to tol.etree.org 5.6.03

notes:
*There are some small master glitches ~1:30 of Black Peter.

*The Tamarkin master is fairly brutal, but it’s the only tape which supplies the end
of El Paso and Brokedown Palace. There is some serious tape warble on these tunes,
and there is some very bad tape crackle between songs, which I have removed where
possible without touching the music. Listener beware! For completists only.

*There is a master tape flip at 6:14 of All I Ever Wanted. Very little music seems
to be missing. I have smoothed the cut.

*There is a master glitch at 2:37 of Candyman.

*There are a few level fluctuations in Candyman.

*There is a master tape flip after Candyman. No music is missing.

*The Easy Wind which has circulated with this date has been determined to be from
July 10, 1970, and, as such, has not been included here. Based on the tapes,
it does not seem that Easy Wind was played this evening.

*There is a small master glitch at 4:03 of Drums following Good Lovin’.

*From Dave Tamarkin’s recollection, there is a broken string which accounts for the
break after Good Lovin’. The electric set was one long set, not two sets as it has
sometimes circulated in the past.

*There is a master tape flip at 7:30 of Lovelight. Very little music seems to be
missing. I have smoothed the cut.

Source 2:

shnid 113307

SET1 Grateful Dead “Soundcheck” set
SET2 Grateful Dead “Acoustic” set
SET3 Total {71:34}; “NRPS” set

THE CAPITOL THEATER SHOWS — NOV 5-8 1970

For this run of shows at the Capitol Theater Nov. 5-8 the Dead played a single concert each night from Thursday to Sunday. The Capitol Theater’s Village Voice ad for October 1 lists shows “featuring NRPS” at 8:00 PM on November 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th.

11/06/70 is another of the infamous “usher tapes.” Ken Lee worked at the Capitol Theater, and was able to set up to record at the balcony rail. Like 06/24/70 and 11/08/70, this tape is pretty sublime, all 1970 caveats considered. The room ambiance is quickly absorbed into your ear’s psyche, and before long you are feeling very much perched on the lip of the balcony, taking everything in.

— see “nrps1970-11-06_review.txt” for more on this review
— see “Ken_&_Judy_Leigh_-_The_Port_Chester_Restoration_Project.txt” for more on Ken & Judy Lee

Teddy notes May 2011: *retracked May 2011

SET4 Grateful Dead “Electric” set
SET5 Grateful Dead “Electric” set

There is no SBD master of this show from the former GD Vault.

From: Teddy GoodBear
To: Dave Tamarkin
Subject: Re: 11/6/70
Date: Monday, February 14, 2000 12:41 PM

Who was the taper for both? Were you the taper for the small portion
“cassette master”? And do you know what equipment you or he or they used?

From:
: cassette master(1) > cassette copy(2) > my reel copy(3)
: at 3-3/4 ips > your dat(4) except(5) for the small portion
: during the acoustic set with the quality difference,
: Brokedown and part of El Paso from my cassette master
: > my reel copy at 3-3/4 ips > your dat(4).

Teddy notes May 2011:
(1) Ken & Judy Lee – CM
(2) From Dave Tamarkin’s friend “Brother-In-Law” to Ken & Judy
(3) Dave Tamarkin – reel
(4) GoodBear DAT
(5) Dave Tamarkin AUD recording with either a Sony Dictaphone or Panasonic Portable

Add – GoodBear DAT > CDR (Feb to May 2000) > EAC (May 2011) > FLAC

From: From:
To:
Subject: Re: 11/6/70 & 8/17/70?
Date: Tuesday, February 15, 2000 7:07 PM

I don’t know the name of the guy* who taped the bulk of that show, but he* was
the infamous usher* who’s been mentioned for years. He* did almost everyone who
played there but after a falling out with my friend, his* brother in law, we
never got to dub most of his stash. What was gotten includes several dead, nrps,
janis, tuna, tull, allmans, delaney & bonnie, traffic & j.a. shows. He* would
set up off the balcony with a mike spread. I have no idea what he* used. that
small acoustic portion was mine on a panasonic portable, if memory serves.

What you have as 8/17/70 is the same as what i have. As i mentioned, it was on
one his* tapes with no info. He* didn’t trade so we don’t know where else it
could have been from.

hope this all helps.
Dave

Teddy notes May 2011: *Ken and Judy Lee

========================================================================
—– Original Message —–
From:

From: Dave Tamarkin
Date: Wed, 3 Nov 1999 20:17:11 EST
Subject: 11/6/70

Hi folks, my name is Dave Tamarkin. For many years now I’ve been trying
to correct the base on the subject of 11/6/70 capitol, port chester. This
was my 1st show. I was already quite familiar with existing released lp’s
of the dead. Anyway, I brought a recorder with me not knowing about things
like fresh batteries and how long these guys really play, I only managed
to get a small part of the show. Many years later, I found out that my
friend’s brother in law* was the often mentioned mystery usher* who may have
recorded some shows. He* had a deal with the promoter to tape off the balcony
while tending to his job. His* was the source for many good tapes from there,
including jethro tull, hot tuna, janis joplin, traffic and more. My copy of this
show has the acoustic brokedown palace, followed by ujb to close the set. Also,
if you listen closely, after good lovin, you hear a mention of a break to change
a string, if memory serves. After the break, alligator follows. One show that
night! i walked in about 8:15 and left about 2. And yes, the nrps set does exist
on tape, at least from that night.

keep up the good work, DT

Teddy notes May 2011: *Ken and Judy Lee

RECORDING 18 AF 80 A? & 90 AF. **NRPS set & missing acoustic dead songs
surfaced 2/00, originating from David Tamarkin to Teddy GoodBear.

CD1 {Total Time – 74:47}: DEAD acoustic soundcheck and acoustic Set1
CD2 {Total Time – 71:34}: NRPS Set
CD3 {Total Time – 79:30}: DEAD Set2 1st electric
CD4 {Total Time – 56:44}: DEAD Set3 2nd electric

Teddy :^) http://www.goodbear.com

PS – Thanks Dave Tamarkin for getting me started with Dead tape trading around 1975/1976. I still have those very 1st cassettes from the Fillmore East you gave me back then!!! And it was good to see you again Dave when I was in Long Island after more then 15 years in the year 2000!

Encoded by: Teddy “Good Bear” & posted the 1st time to “alt.binaries.gdead.highspeed” May 2000* with the help of Doug Johnson.

Teddy notes May 2011: *I’m not sure if I posted only MP3 files or both MP3 and SHN in May 2000? Shnid=3338 may very well be a decode from MP3>WAV>SHN for the 3/2001 to etree via Morgan Evans?

——————————————————————-
Teddy “GoodBear” Home Grown Project! ~ May 1, 2011
——————————————————————-
; generated on May 1, 2011, at 21:07:30
; encoding by Teddy “GoodBear”

New Source Bonanza: New Riders of the Purple Sage & Grateful Dead – Port Chester, NY (11/08/70)

grateful dead portchester 1970

New Riders of The Purple Sage
Grateful Dead
Capitol, Theatre , Port Chester NY
November 8, 1970

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source 2 is new.

Disc One – Acoustic Set –
01) Tuning
02) Dire Wolf
03) I Know You Rider
04) Dark Hollow
05) Rosalie McFall
06) El Paso
07) Operator (Final time played)
08) Ripple
09) Friend Of The Devil
10) Wake Up, Little Suzie (Final time played)
11) Uncle John’s Band

Disc Two – NRPS –
01) Tuning
02) Six Days On The Road
03) Superman
04) Whatcha Gonna Do
05) Glendale Train
06) All I Ever Wanted
07) Fair Chance To Know
08) Portland Woman
09) Cecilia
10) Truck Drivin’ Man
11) Last Lonely Eagle
12) Louisiana Lady
13) Honky Tonk Women

Disc Three – Electric Dead –
01) Tuning
02) Morning Dew
03) Me And My Uncle
04) Mystery Train (Only time played)
05)>My Babe (Only time played)
06) Around And Around (First time played)
07) New Orleans
08)>Searchin’
09) It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
10) Casey Jones

Disc Four – Electric Dead –
01) Truckin’
02)>Dark Star (First verse only)
03)>The Main Ten (Final time played)
04)>Dancin’ In The Streets
05)>Not Fade Away
06)>Goin’ Down The Road Feelin’ Bad
07)>Not Fade Away
08)>Drums
09)>Good Lovin’
10)>Drums
11)>Good Lovin’

Source 1: 26975

From the original uploader:

Ken & Judy Lee Proudly Present:
The Port Chester Resurrection Project

PCRP#007NRPS-GD1970-11-8.shnf.torrent

This is a very special release from Ken and Judy Lee. It serves as a commemoration of Mark Cohen’s 2nd anniversary in heaven. Mark was a great friend, and a big part of the Dead community. And it is to him that this project is dedicated, and to whom we owe a huge debt of gratitude. If not for Mark’s love of music, and love of this band in particular, we would never have known about the Lees’ Port Chester archive. Aside from a few other
brave souls known to have taped shows at this fantastic venue, Ken and Judy’s work from the Capitol Theatre stands as the ultimate body of documentation. And if not for Mark’s insistence that these shows be “liberated”, much of what has previously circulated would never have been heard, and this show was one of his favorites.

This show is a keystone of the Grateful Dead, one of those shows that really gives you pause and makes you wonder. A show of firsts and lasts, when it was all said and done, it had laid to rest some old lexicons, and created a new set of criteria by which the band would be judged. This was truly one of the legendary Grateful Dead shows. The Dead had a way of continually redefining themselves in performance, and this show buries the sixties and propels them into the seventies (much like the benchmark show at Lewiston, Maine 9-6-80 redefined them for the Eighties).

This is the last official acoustic set of the 70’s. ( Other than, or But for one Besides an) improptu set in 1978, most of the songs performed acoustically would not see the light of day again untill the fall of 1980, when they were showcased at the 10 night run at the Warfield in San Francisco, and 8 nights at NY’s Radio City Music Hall. The final “Operator”, and “Wake Up Little Suzie”, Mystery Train > My Babe (only time played), New Orleans > Searchin’, Main Ten (last time played), all standout in this performance, and then like a dream, are gone. Around and Around (first time played), and a long stretch before you hear “Baby Blue” again. This release also includes the complete New Riders set, known to circulate only as a fragment.

Source 2:
This combined, flac encoded & tagged version of shnids: 28609 + 94500

gd70-11-08.28609+94500.aud.lee-weiner-rbbert.flac16

**audience recording**

AudMC > DAT > CD > EAC > SHN

Note for shnid=28609:
This is a patched fix for the most recent upgrade of this show,
put into circulation by The Port Chester Resurrection Project
(http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=26975).

Re-editing by – Noah Weiner (Dec 2004 – March, 2005)

AudMC cuts patched via crossfade with alt version:
http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=23474

-I Know You Rider (patch covers cut 03:52 – 04:45)
-It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (patch covers cut 03:03 – 03:07)
-Truckin’ (patch covers cut 05:56 – 05:58)
-Dancin’ in the Streets (patch covers cut 06:17 – 06:37)

All track ID’s that needed adjustment got it.

MD5’s are separated out by band. Please note such that the files
named as gd1970-11-08d3 are actually Disc 4 of this entire set.

Technical Notes (from shnid=26975):
The original audience master cassettes (4 Ampex C361-90) were recorded
on a Sony TC124 with unknown dynamic mics, spread approx. 25-30 ft.
across the balcony, by Ken & Judy Lee,. The cassette tape was baked
and re-shelled, then transfered via Tascam 122 MK-III > Lucid ADA1000 >
Tascam DA30-II (DAT) > Tascam CDRW 700 (CDR) by John Jay Hance. Editing
by Peter G. via Soundforge. No noise reduction was applied. Audio
extraction and further editing via Peak 4.0, compressed to .shn with xACT
1.3, and seeded by BoldCaptain via Azureus 2.1. Tape flutter in Baby Blue,
and in Truckin’. Tape flip in Dancin’ In The Streets was was seemlessly
pieced together.

Remastering of shnid 28609 – disc 3
Using Adobe Audition,
-I repitched tracks 6-12 to match the rest of the show,
-I severely attenuated (by about 35 dB) the horrible booming resonance
centered at about 215 Hz, most objectionable during Good Lovin’.
-I moved the track marker for the beginning of NFA to match more closely
the change of source tape.

Only tracks 5-12 are different from 28609
http://www.archive.org/details/gd1970-11-08.aud.weiner.28609.sbeok.shnf
http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=28609

Combination notes:
rbbert released shnid=94500 containing only the disc 3 tracks.
I dropped these tracks into shnid=28609 to replace the original tracks.

Tracking notes not having anything to do with the disc 3 upgrade:
This source came to me with duplicate files for disc 3. They were numbered
differently, so I checked st5 text and visually verified all trakcs were
in fact exact duplicates. I then deleted the additional files. This
situation was at some point prior corrected in the database.

Flac encoding notes:
All processing with Trader’s Little Helper
Shn – st5 generated
Shn > Flac ( level 8 )
Flac – st5 generated and matched to Shn st5

New Source Bonanza: Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (05/19/66)

Grateful Dead
Avalon Ballroom
San Francisco, CA
05/19/1966

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source 2 is new.

Set I

01 //Beat It On Down The Line
02 Standing On The Corner
03 Mindbender
04 It Hurts Me Too
05 Viola Lee Blues
06 I Know You Rider
07 It’s A Sin
08 Sick And Tired
09 Cream Puff War//

Notes:

– This version has been provided by an anonymous source.
– The channels were reversed, this has been corrected.
– Level adjustments have been made.
– All files are tagged


Source 1:

Source: sbd > 10 inch Master Reels @ 15 ips 1/2 track > Dat (48k)

Comments:

The way that this sounds is more faithfull to Bear’s original mix than the Miller seed shnid 106883.

From Grateful Dead Guide (deadessays.blogspot.co.uk)

There was a dramatic shift in Bear’s production technique by the 3/12/66 show. He mentioned a synesthetic experience of seeing music circulating: ìMy knowledge of the true nature of sound dates back toÖone of the rehearsals we had in the house in Watts, when I actually saw sound coming out of the speakers. It was total synesthesiaÖ It was just a unique experience. And it so completely blew my mindÖI went around and inspected it very carefullyÖ And that became the foundation for all the sound work that Iíve done.î
http://www.thebear.org/musicintro.html.

Whether it was due to this experience or not, sometime in February or early March, Bear changed the way he mixed the Dead: ìI recorded the vocals in the left channel and the instruments in the right, Beatles style.î That remains the basic premise in every Bear production setup from 3/12 through July.

Source 2:
This is a tagged version of shnid: 106828

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat -> Sonic Solutions -> CD

Transfer Info:
CD -> Samplitude Professional v11.03 -> FLAC
(1 Disc Audio / 1 Disc FLAC)

Original Transfers and Mastering By David Gans
Additional Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
April 1, 2010

Notes:
— This is an upgrade to shnid=106683
— 10 seconds of between song banter has been added
— I performed some minor adjustments to the levels

New Source Bonanza: New Riders of the Purple Sage & Grateful Dead – New York, NY (09/19/70)

gd70-09-19-Fillmore-E>

Grateful Dead
9/19/70
Fillmore East
New York, NY
gd70-09-19.sbd-pset3.kaplan.sbeok.flac16

Download Grateful Dead Set: FLAC/MP3

Download New Riders Set: FLAC/MP3

I previously posted the Grateful Dead set, but not the New Riders one.

Grateful Dead

Electric Set

306-t01 – //Sugar Magnolia -> Tuning
307-t02 – Dark Star ->
308-t03 – St. Stephen ->
309-t04 – Not Fade Away ->
310-t05 – Darkness Jam ->
311-t06 – China Cat Jam ->
312-t07 – Not Fade Away ->
313-t08 – Turn On Your Lovelight ->
314-t09 – Crowd noise -> Youngbloods: Get Together… >
315-t10 – Phil and Pigpen speak ->
316-t11 – Youngbloods: …Get Together>

–total time–70:24–

Grateful Dead Source:

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 5217
Source info: S:MSR > DAT > CD or
SBD>Rm>Reel>Dat>Sonic Solutions>CD

New Riders of the Purple Sage

01. Honkey Tonk Woman
02. Workingman’s Blues
03. Superman
04. I’m In Love With You
05. Dirty Business
06. Truck Drivin’ Man
07. Last Lonely Eagle
08. Fair Chance To Know
09. Glendale Train
10. Louisiana Lady
11. The Race Is On
12. Mama Tried
13. Sawmill
14. The Weight//

New Riders Source (includes Cold Jordan and Sweet Chariot from Dead Acoustic set)

This is a tagged version of shnid: 25760

Source One: Master audience cassette (Taped by Jack Toner, Sony TC-110 with built-in microphone) > reel > cassette > CD > Samsung SW-232B extraction (EAC v0.9 beta 4) > tracking (CD Wave) > sector boundary verification (shntool v1.01) > .flac encoding

Source two: Master audience reel (Taped by Marty Weinberg, AKG190E>Uher 400L) > Technics 1506 playback > Cardas audiophile cables > HHB CDR 800 master CD > CD > Samsung SW-232B extraction (EAC v0.9 beta 4) > tracking (CD Wave) > sector boundary verification (shntool v1.01) > .flac encoding

Thanks to Dwight Holmes and Dr. Michael Parrish for the sources

Toner A > D by Dwight Holmes
Weinberg A > D by Steven Martin
Patches and EAC > SHN by Jack Warner (jackmw1ATsbcglobalDOTnet)

New Source Bonanza: Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (10/04/80)

Grateful Dead - San Francisco - 1980-10-04-Warfield\

Grateful Dead
10-4-80
Warfield Theatre
San Francisco CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Sources 2 & 3 are new.

Set 1 Acoustic

//Deep Elem Blues
The Race Is On
It Must Have Been The Roses
//Monkey & the Engineer
Rosalie McFall
Dark Hollow
To Lay Me Down
//On the Road Again//
//Oh Babe, It Ain’t No Lie
Ripple

Set 2 Electric

Alabama Getaway ->
Greatest Story Ever Told
Candyman
Mama Tried ->
Mexicali Blues

Source 1:
This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 19147
gd80-10-04.sbd.bertha-ashley.19147.sbeok.flac16

Bertha Remaster of the partial Master Reel source.
SBD>>MR>>PCM>>CDA>>WAV(EAC)>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDA/SHN – Sound A+

Notes:
Digitally remastered using a custom built, Dual-DAW, nicknamed Bertha,
by jashley@deadacated.com on September 2, 2002.

In June of 2003 I contemplated combining this source with the complete source
that circulates, however, the only sources available were multi-gen and of
such miserable quality, I chose to keep this as a single disc.
The cuts and drop-outs were edited to make them a bit more tolerable.
Enjoy!

note:
While this source is superior to the complete soundboard of this show
(shind=14989), the quality of the complete sound board is not anywhere
near as awful as Jay describes. The complete source is actually a satisfying
listening experience. This source is a nice addition as a first disc replacement.

Source 2:

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 14989

SBD>?>CDR>EAC>Cool Edit(minor cleanup, normalization)>CDWAV(tracking)>
mkwact(seekable)

Seed discs via Joey Browning
Shn encoding Steve Blanchard
Part of The Music Never Stopped Project


Source 3:

shnid: 141334

Source Info:
Betty’s 7″ two track reels @ 7 1/2 ips > PCM

Transfer Info:
PCM (Sony SL-10)> Sony PCM-601ESD > Behringer Ultramatch Pro > Tascam DA-3000 (wav 16-bit/44.1k)> Adobe Audition 3.0 > TLH flac16

Notes:
– Thanks to Tim Dalton for the source PCM
– Thanks to Charlie Miller for the transfer
– First few notes of “Monkey & The Engineer” clipped
– “On The Road Again” clipped on both ends
– First few notes of “Oh Babe, It Ain’t No Lie” clipped
– Transitions smoothed
– Levels smoothed
– No patch source available….

Mastered by Scott Clugston
March 12, 2018

New Source Bonanza: Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (09/25/80)

grateful dead - warfield san francisco, 1980-09-25-Warfield

Grateful Dead
09/25/80
Warfield Theatre
San Francisco CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source 2 is new, Source 1 was originally posted only in MP3 format.

–Set 1 Accoustic–
101-d1t01 – //(fades in) Bird Song ;
102-d1t02 – I’ve Been All Around This World ;
103-d1t03 – Dark Hollow ;
104-d1t04 – Rosalie McFall ;
105-d1t05 – Monkey & The Engineer ;
106-d1t06 – It Must Have Been the Roses ;
107-d1t07 – Jack-A-Roe ;
108-d1t08 – Oh Babe It Ain’t No Lie >
109-d1t09 – Ripple

–Set 2 Electric–
201-d2t01 – (~fade in) Alabama Getaway ->
202-d2t02 – Greatest Story Ever Told ;
203-d2t03 – Friend Of The Devil ;
204-d2t04 – Mama Tried ->
205-d2t05 – Mexicali Blues ;
206-d2t06 – Loser ;
207-d2t07 – Little Red Rooster ;
208-d2t08 – Althea ;
209-d2t09 – Jack Straw ->
210-d2t10 – Deal

–Set 3 Electric–
301-d3t01 – China Cat Sunflower ->
302-d3t02 – I Know You Rider ;
303-d3t03 – Samson & Delilah ;
304-d3t04 – Ship Of Fools ;
305-d3t05 – Playing in the Band ->
306-d3t06 – Drums ->
307-d3t07 – // Space ->
308-d3t09 – Wharf Rat ->
309-d3t09 – Around & Around ->
310-d3t10 – Good Lovin’

–Encore–
311-d3t11 – U.S. Blues

Source 1 (acoustic set only):

shnid: 18740
Source: SBD > MR > C > DAT > CD > EAC > SHN
EAC/SHN by Darryl Hinko (flyerfanatic)

Any questions contact me at: flyerfanatic2817@yahoo.com
EAC in secure mode with proper offsets used to extract
SHNtool to join and confirm sector boundries
CDwav used to split tracks
Cool Edit used for all editing

Thanks to Caleb Miller for the source discs.

Source 2:
shnid: 7303
Taper: Most probably Bob Menke
Location: Balcony, Center
Source: Nakamichi CM700 Mics (3)>Mixer>Sony D-5

Remaster:
1st Gen. Cassette>JVC TD-W309 (w/pitch correction)>Tascam DA-20mkII>Tascam
CD-RW700

Conversion:
CDR > EAC (secure) > Cool Edit (minor clean up) > cdwav (retracking) >
mkwact > shn (seekable)

Remastering by Douglas Ferguson
Conversion by mvernon54@attbi.com
Notes:
1. There are occasional very brief partial loss of high frequencies that
sound like a partial drop out when listening on headphones. Many of
these I “fixed” but some where left as is. These are typical for shows
of this time.
2. Some overloading occurs in set 3 but it sounds like its the PA and not
the tape (waveforms aren’t clipped)
3. D1T1 ~ fades in
4. D1T2 ~ volume levels of channels vary during start of song
5. shntool confirms tracks on sector boundaries

uploaded to jerry’s kids ~ 2/02

Upgrade Bonanza: Bob Dylan – New Morning Acetate & Sessions

bob dylan - new morning acetate and sessions

Bob Dylan
New Morning Acetate & Sessions

Download: FLAC/MP3

If Not For You
Day of the Locusts
Time Passes Slowly
Went to See the Gypsy
Winterlude
If Dogs Run Free
Spanish is the Loving Tongue
The Man In Me
Went to See the Gypsy
Tomorrow is a Long Time
New Morning
Alberta
Sign on the Window
If Not For You
One More Weekend
It Hurts Me Too
Three Angels
Father of Night

Upgrade Bonanza: Bob Dylan & The Dead – Noblesville, IN (08/05/03)

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Bob Dylan & The Dead
Verizon Wireless Ampitheatre
Noblesville Indiana USA
Aug 5 2003

Download Bob Dylan Set: FLAC/MP3

Download The Dead Set: FLAC/MP3

I previously posted The Dead show in MP3 only. This is the first time I’ve ever posted the Dylan show. – Mat

Bob Dylan

Tombstone Blues
If You see Her Say Hello
Tweedlee Dee
Highway 61
Bye and Bye
Wicked Messenger
Tears of Rage
Honest With Me
Summer Days
Rainy Day Women
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl*
Ballad of a Thin Man*
Oh Boy*

*w/The Dead

Source: LB-8930
clone from master dat
very nice sound

The Dead

Disc 1
Set 1:
1.) Intro Jam >
2.) Playin’ In the Band >
3.) U.S. Blues >
4.) Stagger Lee
5.) Good Morning Little Schoolgirl*
6.) Ballad of a Thin Man*
7.) Oh Boy*
8.) Baba Jingo
9.) He’s Gone
10.) Unbroken Chain

Disc 2
Set 2:
1.) Intro
2.) Weather Report Prelude > Weather Report Suite >
3.) Let It Grow >
4.) The Eleven >
5.) Wings of Yesterday^ >

Disc 3
1.) Drumz >
2.) Terrapin Station >
3.) Morning Dew^ >
4.) Terrapin Station >
5.) Sugar Magnolia
6.) Organ Donor Rap
7.) E: Attics Of My Life

Source: AKG 393 (DIN 90deg, 17cm, -10db) > Da-P1 (-20db)

Transfer: Da-P1 > UA-5 > Sound Forge 6.0 > CDWave > FLAC (re-transfer done 07-19-2004)

Location: TS – DFC. The section was back at least 30 feet from the
normal position. They had just laid down fresh sod and
it was a mess up in the normal section.

Taper: Sean Madigan – email: sm6325@yahoo.com

Comment: * with Dylan on keyboards & vocal. ^ Joan Osborne, lead vocals

Note(s):

1.) I cut approximately 30secs of tuning and snare drum hits from the beginning of set I so I could fit it all
on one 80min CD. I felt this was inconsequential, but if you would like this material, email me and
I’ll hook you up with it.

2.) There are fireworks at numerous time points. I did not correct for any of these “pops”.

3.) There was no optimal place to cut from disc 2 to disc 3. I liked the transition
from Drumz > Terrapin, so I preserved that.

4.) This particular set of FLACs is a re-transfer of my original source which was done via
an analog connection through a SBLive card. While I realize the UA-5 transfer is not bit-perfect,
it is a huge step up from my original source. Enjoy!

Personal Note (s):

My brief impressions:

This was a great show to have attended and my favorite of the year. As for the first set, The Playin’ > US Blues combo
was vibrant and alive as ever. Jimmy was on fire on this particular occasion. The Stagger Lee was fun, but Bobby forget
the words. I won’t comment on the Dylan as I don’t care too much for him, other than the Oh Boy was rockin’. Concerning
Dylan, future readers of this might want to know that taping Dylan during his own set on this tour was strictly prohibited.
His crew actually came back to the section to make sure our rigs were unplugged during his opening performances. He was
recorded every night regardless. The He’s Gone was moving, and I felt that Bobby did the song justice.
The Unbroken Chain…well listen for yourself.

Set II was simply amazing! Of particular interest was the WRS. This song shined, even if the LIG was somewhat
lacking with a drawn out jam and a mediocre final chorus. Now, the Terrapin > Morning Dew > Terrapin is perhaps
some of the best “The Dead” I have ever heard. Even though Phil sang it (adding that familiar Frankenstein-like effect),
the Terrapin was powerful. The transition into Morning Dew was subtle and I was F**kin glued to the music at this point!
Joan’s performance on this song was inspirational and touching. A lot of the old heads hated this, but I was
sincerely touched by this performance. The transition back into Terrapin was also subtle and not at all in your face.
To top it off, the Sugar Mag was fun and light-hearted, as needed after such a heavy run of jams.

Just my 2 Cents!

Sean Madigan – 07-19-2004

New Source Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Concord, CA (06/07/88)

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Bob Dylan
Concord Pavilion
Concord, California
7 June 1988

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source 2 is new.

1. Subterranean Homesick Blues
2. Absolutely Sweet Marie
3. Masters Of War
4. You’re A Big Girl Now
5. Gotta Serve Somebody
6. In The Garden
7. Man Of Constant Sorrow (trad.) *
8. Lakes Of Pontchartrain (trad.) *
9. Boots Of Spanish Leather *
10. Driftin’ Too Far From Shore
11. Gates Of Eden (1st electric version ever!)
12. Like A Rolling Stone
?
13. Maggie’s Farm

First concert of The Never-Ending Tour, with the first Never-Ending Tour Band:
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), G. E. Smith (guitar), Kenny Aaronson (bass), Christopher Parker (drums)

1-6 and 10-13 Neil Young (guitar).

BobTalk:
After You’re A Big Girl Now: Alright, thank you! We got Neil Young here playing tonight!
After Like A Rolling Stone: Thank you! That’s Neil Young on the guitar. Give him a hand!
Before Maggie’s Farm: Oh, thank you people for being so nice!

Source #1
Unknown LB#
Soundboard. CD. EAC rip. Flac tlh.

Source #2
LB-8560

SonyD6>tape>WAV,Stereo,44.100kHz,16bit>flac
Using Creative Sound Card Audio Recorder

Taped and upped by Greeney55

NOTE:
G.E. Smith – Guitar “OUT-SICK”
That’s why Neil filled in in the first place then stayed onboard for the next two Bay Area shows as well in Berkeley and Mt. View.
That’s probably the reason for the shorter show?