New Source Bonanza: Bob Dylan – San Francisco, CA (11/16/79)


Bob Dylan
Fox Theatre
San Francisco, CA.
16 November 1979.

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source 5 is new.

If I Got My Ticket Lord*
Its Gonna Rain *
Do Lord, Remember Me*
Look Up and Live by Faith*
Oh Freedom!*
This Train*

Gotta Serve Somebody
I Believe in You
When You Gonna Wake Up
When He Returns
Man Gave Names to all the Animals
Precious Angel
Slow Train
Covenant Woman
Ain’t No Man Righteous, No Not One
God Uses Ordinary People
Gonna Change My Way of Thinking
Do Right To Me Baby
Solid Rock
Saving Grace
What Can I Do For You
In The Garden
Blessed Be The Name
Pressing On

Source 1:

From an offmaster copy of the audience recording by Legendary Taper E.

I believe this show was torrented earlier (in an upgraded form as I remember). I decided to
seed this offmaster so as to provide a complete documentation of LTE’s recording
of the Warfield shows. If you previously downloaded the bit torrent for 11-16-79, then
perhaps you will not wish to download this one (I must hasten to add that I have not done
a comparison listening of this recording and the recently circulating version).

Source 2:

Missing Solid Rock – Trouble in Mind

Contract with the Lord
Manufacturer: Silver Rarities
Catalog No.: SIRA 12
Released: 1990

This is an excellent audience recording of a great show from Dylan’s gospel period. His heart is in this one.

Source 3:
A Better Contract
Tambourine Man Records TMR-001/002

Includes these tracks from April 22, 1976 from the Starlight Ballroom, Bellevue
Biltmore Hotel, Clearwater, Florida

Mr. Tambourine Man
The Times They Are A-Changin”
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Seven Days
Blowin’ In The Wind
I Dreamed I Saw St, Augustine
Diamonds And Rust

All tracks recorded
commercial bootleg>unclekurty’s wallet>eac>wav>shn(seekable)

Source 4:


Recieved a copy of this from the “Unofficial Bob Dylan Free Tape Library”
quite a few years ago, and here’s what the website owner said regarding this

A very good audience recording of an outstanding performance. I’m a little
uneasy about the acuracy of the venue, though. The audience sounds receptive
and enthusiastic as one might expect from one of the four World Vision
International benifits at Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica that started a
couple of days later. Additionally, The set order doesn’t quite agree with
Bjorner’s Chronicles. However, Olof attributes No Man Righteous to the 15th
in his table so one has to question the accuracy of other entries.
Unfortunately, the tape is compromised by an abrupt clipping of the end of
In The Garden. Still well worth having, if only for the very rare (the only
other performance I’m aware of being on May 7th the following year) No Man

Regarding my suspicions as to the attributed venue, on 10/07/97 John D.
Baldwin wrote: “I think I have solved the mystery of the venue for the
gospel tape you provided for me through the library, dated by you 11/16/79.
It is indeed the last Warfield show, rather than one of the Santa Monica
shows. The clue is in Dylan’s rap prior to his performance of Solid Rock:
“They hold my records so long, you might hear [the song Solid Rock] a
month from now, maybe a year from now, but remember, whenever you do,
remember you heard it first right here.

“Now [illegible] San Francisco is a great town and you know there are a
lot of things wrong with it, but there are a lot of people here that we love.
And we’re gonna miss it, too!”

The beginning of the second comment is obscured by audience applause
generated by the first comment, but he clearly utters the words “San
Francisco.” Even if those words were inaudible, the remainder of his
comment indicates that this is the final date of the Warfield residency.
It would not be appropriate for Dylan to refer to “a lot of things wrong”
with a city like Santa Monica, and because he played in Santa Monica for
only four days, it seems to me unlikely that he would make a big deal
about missing the place at the end of such a short stay. (I’m assuming
that the whole tape represents a single concert, which I have no reason
to doubt, rather than performances from two or more dates edited together.)
As far as the enthusiasm of the crowd is concerned, Paul Williams in his
book “Dylan – What Happened?” clearly states that the audiences at the
Fox Warfield grew more and more enthusiastic as the residency went on
(though Williams apparently did not catch this particular show). It is
also very possible that many San Francisco-based “born-again people” found
out about the Dylan show, went on the last night to see what the fuss was
about, and liked what they heard, although these people clearly do not
represent the entire audience.”

Source 5:

* Includes these songs which are only on this source.

Bob Menke Recording: Nak 700 cassette master > 1st gen cassette (front balcony)

Charlie Miller DSD Transfer: 1st gen cassette (Nakamichi DR-1) -> Tascam DA-3000 (DSF 1-bit/5.8 MHz) -> KORG AudioGate 4 -> Samplitude Professional v11.2.1 -> FLAC 24/96

Edited & Mastered by Joe Noel:
Flac 24/96 > Audacity > Flac 24/96
May 1, 2018

New Source Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Los Angels, CA (02/14/74)

Bob Dylan & The Band
Los Angeles Forum
Los Angeles, CA
FEB 14, 1974

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source 2 is new


1 Lay Lady Lay
2 Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
3 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
4 It Ain’t Me Babe
5 Ballad Of A Thin Man
6 Stage Fright
7 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
8 King Harvest (Has Surely Come)
9 When You Awake
10 I Shall Be Released
11 Up On Cripple Creek
12 All Along The Watchtower
13 Ballad Of Hollis Brown
14 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Set 2
1 She Belongs To Me
2 It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
3 The Times They Are A-Changin’
4 Just Like A Woman
5 It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
6 Rag Mama Rag
7 This Wheel’s On Fire
8 The Weight
9 Forever Young
10 Highway 61 Revisited
11 Like A Rolling Stone
12 Blowin’ In The Wind – Officially Released

Set 3

1 Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine) – Officially Released
2 Lay Lady Lay
3 Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
4 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
5 It Ain’t Me Babe – Officially Released
6 Ballad Of A Thin Man
7 Stage Fright – Officially Released
8 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down – Officially Released
9 King Harvest (Has Surely Come)
10 When You Awake – Officially Released
11 I Shall Be Released
12 Up On Cripple Creek – Officially Released
13 All Along The Watchtower
14 Ballad Of Hollis Brown
15 Mr. Tambourine Man
16 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Set 4
1 She Belongs To Me
2 The Times They Are A-Changin’
3 Just Like A Woman – Officially Released
4 Gate Of Eden
5 Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right – Officially Released
6 It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) – Officially Released
7 Rag Mama Rag
8 Endless Highway – Officially Released
9 Shape I’m In – Officially Released
10 The Weight
11 Forever Young
12 Highway 61 – Officially Released
13 Like A Rolling Stone
14 Maggie’s Farm
15 Bob Dylan Gets Bill Graham On Stage
16 Blowin’ In The Wind

Bob Dylan – guitar, piano, vocals, harmonica;
Robbie Robertson -guitar, vocals;
Rick Danko – bass, fiddle, vocals;
Richard Manuel – piano, vocals, drums;
Garth Hudson – organ, clavinet, piano, synthesizer, saxophone;
Levon Helm – drums, mandolin, vocals

Source 1
Before the Flood, Comlete

All Officially Released Tracks Have Been Removed

Source 2:
Afternoon Show Only
line recording, unknown lineage

New Source Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Oakland, CA (02/11/74)

Bob Dylan - Oakland, CA (02/11/74)

Bob Dylan (with the Band)
02-11-74, 2nd Show
Alameda County Coliseum
Oakland, CA
Soundboard Recording

Download: FLAC/MP3

Sources 2-4 are new.

As far as I can tell the two shows (afternoon and evening) have identical setlists.

2CDR (70min+53min)

Most Likely You Go Your Way
Lay Lady Lay
Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
It Ain’t Me Babe
Ballad Of A Thin Man
Stage Fright *
Night They Drove Old Dixie Down *
King Harvest *
When You Awake *
Up On Cripple Creek *
All Along The Watchtower
Ballad Of Hollis Brown
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
The Times They Are A-Changin’ (Solo)
Just Like A Woman (Solo)
Gates Of Eden (Solo)
Don’t Think Twice (Solo)
It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) (Solo)
Rag Mama Rag *
This Wheel’s On Fire *
The Shape I’m In *
The Weight *
Forever Young
Highway 61 Revisited
Like A Rolling Stone
Maggie’s Farm
Blowin’ In The Wind

* = Performed by The Band

Last live performance of Wedding Song

Source 1:
Early Show
Unknown LB#, if anyone wants to figure it out I’d appreciate it.

From the original uploader: very good turning excellent sound; cuts on d1t11 and d2t5 (Note: there is confusion between setlist sources on what is the evening and afternoon show – this is the same show previously circulated as the afternoon show)

Source 2:
Oakland Flood
Mostly Likely – Don’t Think Twice from Early Show, It’s Alright Ma – Blowin’ in the Wind from Late Show.

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Main stream / MSBR 0016/17

This Japanese CD combines two excellent quality, superbly mixed soundboard recordings from the Feb.11, 1974 early and late shows, and
includes tracks performed by The Band as well. The performance, while fairly standard for 1974 in terms of the setlist, is excellent in execution. A surprisingly enjoyable set and, as with Paint The Daytime Black, a far better representation of 1974
than the official Before The Flood album.

Source 3:
Afternoon set only, does not include The Band only songs.

Lineage: Low Gen tape > CDR > EAC > Flac [lk aud set]

LosslessBob entry: LB-2708. upgrade over previous version since does not have the scratchiness sound; good sound [C+]. has small gaps between tracks; stray clap/noise t2 2:16, t3 3;23, small noise t13 1:33

Fix of LB-2708: Wave Repair 4.9.3 to fix micro gaps at indexes and leading/trailing silences > FLAC, sector align

Source 4:
Late Show Only
Lineage: Low Gen tape > CDR > EAC > Flac [lk aud set]

LosslessBob: LB-2709. sounds blarey and harsh when compared to pa tape; odd rumbling background noise on d2t2; good to very good sound [B-] has small gaps between tracks; noise d1t1 0:03

Fix of LB-2709: Wave Repair 4.9.3 to fix micro gaps or clicks/noises at indexes. Removed leading/trailing digital silences. Removed long gap between d2/t2-3. Removed noise d1t1 0:03. Left channel dropouts [not audible] unaltered on d1t2 at 1:50, 2:19 + d1t13 at 2:50 + d2t1 00:53, 1:00 + d2t13 at 3:27/30. Odd rumbling background noise on d2t2 is evidently analog flaw left unaltered. Note: The Shape I’m in (the Band) is listed as d2t8 in lk setlist text file but was not included in files > FLAC, sector align.

New Source Bonanza: Bob Dyan – Tampa, FL (11/14/89)

Bob Dylan - Tampa - 1989_11_14

Bob Dylan
Tampa, FL

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source 2 is new. Sorry I know I just posted this show the other day and now there is a new source. Had them both the first time and meant to post them and just missed the second source while getting it ready.

1 Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
2 I Want You
3 Ballad Of A Thin Man
4 Man Of Peace
5 Simple Twist Of Fate
6 I Believe In You
7 Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
8 It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (acoustic)
9 It Ain’t Me, Babe(acoustic)

1 Mr. Tambourine Man (acoustic)
2 Everything Is Broken
3 What Good Am I?
4 Most Of The Time
5 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
6 Like A Rolling Stone
7 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
8 Maggie’s Farm

Source 1:
at end if d1t7 there seems to be a tape flip and some brief square wavs at 3:55 when it starts back up; also same at end of d2t6 5:59
(58min+52min), good to very good sound [B-]

Source 2

CDR trade discs, received in trade as “Can’t Buy a Thrill,” Southside Butcher productions.

Lineage: Trade CDRs > EAC > Audacity for various glitch fixes; almost all track markers reset > flac (level 8, align on sector boundaries) > torrent

Does not match LB-2173; I do not have that LB entry and so cannot determine whether this recording or the alternate recording discussed below is the same as the LB-2173 recording.

The largest problem with this recording is on D1T1 (Stuck Inside of Mobile), which is clipped by 8 or 10 seconds, comes in on the “up and down the block” line of Stuck Inside of Mobile.

I have a second copy of this show (D1/7T-38:59 + D2/10T-63:43). That second version also does not match LB-2173 by disc splits or times, but does have the beginning of Stuck Inside of Mobile. The sound on that second recording is inferior to this recording (though it improves on
the acoustic set at the beginning of D2). That second recording is different than this one, as it does not have the “Roger McGuinn” fingerprint on KOHD that this recording has. I have tried to patch the beginning of Stuck Inside of Mobile from that second recording into this recording. I am torrenting TWO versions of D1T1 – one clipped as received and one “patched.” Obviously, burn the show with only one of those versions of Stuck Inside, as you like.

some clipping on crowd nearby taper between songs
some bass hum/hiss in some locations

Fingerprint: At 0:44.5 of KOHD a man in left channel distinctly says “Roger McGuinn” while
two other voices nearby are making same observation not as loudly.

Well above average sound for a US late 89; does not match LB-2173.

Roger McGuinn on guitar for encores.

Interesting show — the songs tend to run together, one right into the next (which makes setting
the track markers a challenge!). This early Oh Mercy! show features back to back Everything is
Broken, an excellent What Good Am I?, and a sublime Most of the Time, maybe the best.

New Source Bonanza: Van Morrison – Loreley, Germany (07/09/99)


Van Morrison
Loreley, Germany
Loreley Festival
9th July 1999

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source 2 is new

Disc 1

Baby Please Don’t Go It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (3:56)
T.B. Sheets (5:21)
Moondance (6:54)
Back On Top (4:18)
Philosopher’s Stone (8:40)
Centrepiece (6:14)
In The Afternoon (10:33)
Mule Skinner Blues (5:07)
Precious Time (4:10)

Total time: (55:13)

Disc 2

Just Like A Woman (5:57)
Satisfied (4:34)
When The Leaves Are Falling Down (5:59)
The Healing Game (7:28)
Help Me (12:06)

Total time: (36:04)

The Schooner
An Irish TV production broadcast in February 1983 of which Van provided the score.

Van Morrison: vocals, harmonica, guitar, alto saxophone
Johnny Scott: guitar, backing vocal
Ralph Salmins: drums
Matt Holland: trumpet, flugelhorn
Richie Buckley: tenor, bass, soprano saxophone, flute
Geraint Watkins: Hammond organ
Alec Dankworth: double bass
Robin Aspland: piano
Fred Wesley: trombone
Candy Dulfer: alto sax


Source 1:

Meeting the Muse in Loreley
‘Live 1999’ (bootleg CD)
Supersonic SS 200010/11

Source 2 – MP3@320 Only
Live at the Loreley ’99

Repost Bonanza: Van Morrison – Reno, NV (09/27/98)


Van Morrison
Reno Hilton Ampitheater
Reno, NV

Download: MP3@224

01. Rough God Goes Riding (5:03)
02. Cleaning Windows (4:42)
03. Fire In The Belly (5:45)
04. Jackie Wilson Said (3:35)
05. Whenever God Shines His Light (3:22)
06. In The Afternoon (7:27)
07. Moondance/My Funny Valentine (7:30)
08. Satisfied/Organ Grinder Jam (4:51)
09. Send In The Clowns (3:59)
10. Tupelo Honey/Crazy Love (7:37)
11. Vanlose Stairway (4:47)
12. Summertime In England (8:33)
13. Cypress Avenue (8:44)

tt: 75:54
517 Mb

MASTER RECORDING: Sony MDZ-R35->CSB->Sony JE510->Tascam CD-RW700

The recording is EXCELLENT, VERY upfront and balanced A/A+

Every Van fan should have this show. This is a GREAT show. Van and Bob (and Lucinda on a few of these shows)
did a fall tour in 1998. I saw 3 of them (only taped 2). This was the final show of this mini tour. Van was in a GREAT mood,
in his enthusiastic mode (which isn’t always the case). The crowd was hooping and hollering along. The setlist is GREAT,
with a very rarely played ending twosome of Summertime in Enland along with Cypress Ave.

This was one of the first recording I made with this equipment, and there are a couple of mic pops during the recording
(just a few). Also, I inexplicably decided to fit this on 1 74 minute disc (there were no 80 minute discs then).
So…I removed Whenever God Shines His Light from the original recording and put it on another disc, so later I replaced it,
but there is a fade-out and start up between Track 4 and Track 5. Also there was a disc flip between Track 11 and 12,
so Track 12 starts abruptly, but no music is missed.

All Van fans should take a listen to this, especially with the relative mediocrity (Keep mediocrity at bay, indeed) of his shows
from the last 4-5 years, and t he newbies to Van should take a listen to this relatively neglected period of time.
Van’s voice is HUGE on this one. Hope you like it. I only have the front art I made back in the day…can’t find the rear.
I’ll put up the Dylan recording of this show later.

Repost Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Terrapin Station & Mars Hotel Outtakes

grateful dead - terrapin station - mars hotel

Grateful Dead
Terrapin Station and Mars Hotel studio outtakes

Dowload: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 16745
Source:SBD> Master Reel> DAT> CDR> SHN

DAE(EAC0.9 beta 4)>tracking(CDWAV)>SHN(MKWAct.96f)>FTP via Tripp

Terrapin Station Outtakes:
01. Samson & Delilah
02. Dancing in the Streets
03. Sunrise
04. Passenger//
05. Estimated Pophet
06. Fire on the Mountain
07. Equinox
08. Terrapin Station

Mars Hotel Outtakes:
09. Pride of Cucamonga (two false starts, then full version)
10. Money Money
11. Unbroken Chain (false start, then full version)

New Source Bonanza: Van Morrison – London, England (04/18/09)

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Van Morrison
Royal Albert Hall
London, England
Saturday 18 April 2009

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source 2 is new.

Set 1:
1. VM Introduced
2. Northern Muse (Solid Ground)
3. Troubadours
4. Baby Please Donít Go
5. And It Stoned Me
6. I Canít Stop Loving You
7. Wild Night
8. Its All In The Game/You Know What theyíre Writing About
9. Moondance
10. Queen Of The Slipstream
11. Have I Told You Lately
12. Caravan
13. And The Healing Has Begun
14. Common One

Set 2:
1. Introduction To Astral Weeks Live
2. Astral Weeks
3. Beside You
4. Slim Slow Slider
5. Sweet Thing
6. Cyprus Avenue
7. Ballerina
8. The Way Young Lovers Do
9. Madame George
10. Listen To The Lion
11. Mystic Eyes/Gloria/Who Do You Love

I have zero info on both sources.  They are both audience recordings.  They both sound pretty good to my ears.

Source 1:

Astral Weeks portion only.

Source 2:

Full show.

Repost Bonanza: Van Morrison – Brighton, England (08/06/94)


Van Morrison Brighton
6 Aug 1994
with John Lee Hooker and RICHARD GERE
Traded CD-R>EAC>FLAC (level 8)

Download: MP3@320

Disc 1

1. Love The Life I Live (GF)
2. Symphony Sid (GF)
3. Did Ye Get Healed?
4. It’s All In The Game
5. I Believe To My Soul
6. Whenever God Shines His Light (BK)
7. Sweet Thing (BK)
8. Raincheck
9. Hungry For Your Love
10. See Me Through/Soldier of Fortune/Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin
11. Ain’t That Loving You Baby?
12. Jackie Wilson Said (JLH)
13. Stormy Monday (JLH)

Disc 2

1. Help Me
2. Tupelo Honey (BK)
3. Moondance>
4. Fever>My Funny Valentine
5. I’ll Take Care Of You>It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World
6. Lonely Avenue (RG)>Be Bop a Lula>You Give Me Nothing But The Blues

Disc 3

1. In The Garden>You Send Me
2. And The Healing Has Begun (BK)
3. Vanlose Stairway>Trans-Euro Train
4. Northern Muse (Solid Ground)>When Heart Is Open
5. So Quiet In Here>That’s Where It’s At
6. Have I Told You Lately (BK)
7. Shakin’ All Over>Gloria>
8. Walking The Dog (GF)>
9. Baby Please Don’t Go

Ronnie Johnson – guitar
Teena Lyle – vibes
Haji Ahkba – trumpet
Kate St. John – backing vocals
Matt Holland – trumpet
Leo Green – saxophone
Nicky Scott – bass
Geoff Dunn – drums
Georgie Fame – keyboards, vocals
Brian Kennedy – vocals
Guests: Richard Gere, John Lee Hooker

From the uploader:
Yes – I kid you not – Richard Gere joins Van on stage for this show in Brighton UK. I don’t know if this happened anywhere else…or what RG was doing in Brighton…maybe someone can enlighten us.

My sister, who still lives in Brighton, was at this show and told me soon after about the appearance of RG…it was her impression that having performed a song he then stayed on stage longer than he was supposed to. Just before “And the healing has begun” he seems to insist on making a speech – when he finally introduces the song the band are in so quick you have the impression they may be getting a tad annoyed. Anyway, judge for yourself.

This is a good audience recording of Van with a great band and the focus (in these comments) on RG should not detract from the talent on show – John Lee Hooker, Brian Kennedy, Georgie Fame et al.

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 3 and 4 are 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
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
09)>Good Lovin’
11)>Good Lovin’

Source 1: 26975

From the original uploader:

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


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


**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

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

AudMC cuts patched via crossfade with alt version:

-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

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

Source 3:
New Riders set only
This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 28642

AudMC > DAT > CD > EAC > SHN

This is the same original source as The Port Chester Resurrection Project:
(shnid=26975). However, track IDs that needed adjustment got it. These files
are also listed as part of the Grateful Dead show of the same date
(shnid=28609) and circulate with that as well. Added to etree by Noah Weiner

Re-editing by – Noah Weiner, Dec 2004

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.

Source 4:
New Riders set only
This is a tagged version of shnid: 119788

source: aud 1st gen reel
Jerry Moore’s copy

lineage: mar > 7″ reel @ 3.75 ips, dolby b

master: akg d190e > uher 4000L 5″ open reel deck
taped by Marty Weinberg

technics rs-1506 > teac an-180/b > tascam hd-p2 24/96 >
pc > cd wave > adobe audition 2.0 > flac
transferred & seeded by Rob Berger april 2012

Although the Lee/Hance/PCRP source of this is certainly
sonically better, I’ve always loved the Legendary Marty’s
recording as well. I think this copy of Jerry Moore’s is
the best and most unmolested I’ve heard it. Enjoy.