Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (03/01/69)

Grateful Dead
3-1-69
Fillmore West
San Francisco CA

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gd69-03-01.sbd.ashley-bertha.9391.sbeok.flac16

SBD>>MTMR>>DAT>>CDA>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDA – Sound A+ Show A

This is a FLAC encoded and tagged version of shnid: 9391

–Set 1–
101-d1t01 – Introduction 01:06
102-d1t02 – Cryptical Envelopment -> 02:08
103-d1t03 – The Other One -> 10:06
104-d1t04 – Cryptical reprise -> 08:41
105-d1t05 – New Potato Caboose -> 11:43
106-d1t06 – Doin’ that Rag -> 05:54
107-d1t07 – Cosmic Charlie 05:50

–Set 2–
201-d2t01 – Dupree’s Diamond Blues 05:05
202-d2t02 – Mountain’s of the Moon 05:07
203-d2t03 – Dark Star -> 23:05
204-d2t04 – Saint Stephen -> 05:39
205-d2t05 – William tell Bridge -> 01:05
206-d2t06 – The Eleven -> 07:07
207-d2t07 – Turn On Your Lovelight 18:21
208-d2t08 – Broken String 06:29

–Encore–
209-d2t09 – Hey Jude 08:00

Notes:
Dropout between Eleven and Lovelight, reportedly on the
master also.

Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (01/08/66)

Grateful Dead
Acid Test
1966-01-08 Fillmore Auditorium, S.F., CA. Acid Test

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Upgrade. Source(s) MR>?>Hi-Fi Stereo VHS>WAV>Soundforge (Editing)>WAV>CDR>EAC>FLAC

This is a tagged version of shnid: 106505

There were at least Three different audio edits of this material used over three different
audio/video edits of the Acid Test Video. Each one had audio not available on the other
versions. I spent a couple weeks carefully tracking all the seperate edits and tracking them.
I used the first release as the main audio. It sounded the best quality to me. Source two was
mono (for unknown reasons), but you will notice audio not available on the other two versions.
Version three had the most overdubs of segments played on top of others, but still had a few
snippets worth adding to this collection. Removing all the duplicate music tracks, here’s everything
that was worth saving from each version. Everything fits on one CDR, but it would be great of someone
could try to edit them together with better audio editing software than I have to work with.

Someone should try to use upgrade the audio to the film Sunshine Daydream with this Stereo version of I’m A King Bee!

Compiled by Michael Lestatkatt 2010
Uploaded to Lossless Legs on 3-13-10

Tracks:
Versions One – Best Quality Stereo Audio
101 – 01 Ken Babbs Intro (Version One)
102 – 02 Tune Up
103 – 03 No Power On The Stage
104 – 04 I’m A King Bee
105 – 05 I’m A Hog For You Baby
106 – 06 I’m A Hog For You Baby (W/ Ken Babbs)
107 – 07 Some High Powered Rocket Fuel
108 – 08 I’m Going To Put A Spell On You (PigPen Excerpt)
109 – 09 Littering Glowing, Ever Flowing, Neon flowing (Ken Kesey)
110 – 10 You People Out There, Listen To Me -This Is Zoltra Speaking – This Is A Trap – You Fools
111 – 11 Acid Music
112 – 12 People We’re Playing Games With Me
113 – 13 There It Is, Sneaky Little Rascal (Ken Kesey)
114 – 14 // Caution (Do Not Stop On The Tracks) >
115 – 15 Death Don’t Have No Mercy
116 – 16 Ken Babbs
117 – 17 Everybody Out – The Test Is Over (Police Announcement)
118 – 18 Ken Babbs
119 – 19 Everybody Out – The Test Is Over 2
120 – 20 Did Everybody Enjoy Themselves?
121 – 21 Yeah, Use Your Head – Everybody Be Calm Now (Weir & Kesey)
122 – 22 On The Road Again to Get The People On The Road – Go Home To Your Families (Weir & Kesey)
123 – 23 Arrest Everybody But Don’t Hurt Any Of The Equipment / Star Spangled Banger (Weir & Co)

Source Two – Different Mono Edit
201 – 24 Ken Babbs Intro (Version 2 – Longer/Mono)
202 – 25 No Power / Ken Babbs / The Inner Space Race (Mono)
203 – 26 No Power On The Stage / Ken Babbs (Mono)
204 – 27 Gaze Upon It Friends,The Electric Wasteland / No Power On The Stage / Kenn Babbs (Mono)
205 – 28 I’m A King Bee (Mono)
206 – 29 Everybody Out – The Test Is Over / Ken Babbs / Did Everybody Enjoy Themselves? (Mono)
207 – 30 We’re Planning On Having Gigs In Other Cities…… (Mono)
208 – 31 Everybody Use Your Head / Everybody Be Calm Now (Weir & Kesey) (Mono)
209 – 32 We Can Stay Here Until Hell Freezes Over, But We Have To Be Turn Everything Off (Garcia) (Mono)
210 – 33 If They Kill It Now The’ll Kill It Forever, If They Kill You Now, You’re Dead! (Mono)
211 – 34 The Star Spangled Banger (Mono)

Source Three – Different Stereo Edit
301 – 35 Ken Babbs Intro (Version 3 Stereo)
302 – 36 Everybody Get In Tune > Ken Babbs
303 – 37 Ain’t No Fuckin’ Power No Place
304 – 38 Ken Babbs
305 – 39 No Power On The Stage, Fix It
306 – 40 I’m A King Bee
307 – 41 Everybody Out – The Test Is Over / Ken Babbs / Did Everybody Enjoy Themselves?
308 – 42 I See The Electricial Is Running Down Now Trying To Get Everything Established (Ken Babbs)
309 – 43 Slim Kesey
310 – 44 We’re Into Emergency Power Now (Ken Babbs)
311 – 45 We’re Planning On Having Gigs In Other Cities……
312 – 46 Everybody Use Your Head / Everybody Be Calm Now (Weir & Kesey)
313 – 47 We Can Stay Here Until Hell Freezes Over, But We Have To Be Turn Everything Off (Garcia)
314 – 48 If They Kill It Now The’ll Kill It Forever, If They Kill You Now, You’re Dead!
315 – 49 The Star Spangled Banger
316 – 50 Find A Harmonica / No One Seems To Find Out How To Turn Off This PA
317 – 51 Is My Microphone Still In Operation
318 – 52 //TasteBud (Unknown Show 1965 or 1966) Possibly one of these early Acid Tests.

Miles Davis – San Francisco, CA (04/10/70)

Miles Davis Studio Sextet
April 10, 1970
Fillmore West Auditorium
San Francisco, CA, USA

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Soundbaord recording, 79:19

Miles Davis (tp); Steve Grossman (ss); Chick Corea (el-p); Dave Holland (b, el-b); Jack DeJohnette (d); Airto Moreira (perc)

1 Directions (10:46)
2 Miles Runs The Voodoo Down (12:22)
3 Willie Nelson (6:22)
4 I Fall In Love Too Easily (1:34)
5 Sanctuary (4:00)
6 It’s About That Time (9:59)
7 Bitches Brew (12:52)
8 Masqualero (9:07)
9 Spanish Key > The Theme (12:13)

Miles Davis – San Francisco, CA (04/09/70)

MILES DAVIS SEXTET
April 9, 1970
Fillmore West Auditorium
San Francisco, CA

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I have two sources for this show, you can read the info here.

Miles Davis – trumpet
Chick Corea – electric and acoustic piano
Steve Grossman – soprano saxophone
Dave Holland – electric and acoustic bass
Jack DeJohnette – drums
Airto Moreira – percussion

1 Directions (J. Zawinul) – 6:41
2 Miles Runs the Voodoo Down (M. Davis) – 9:21
3 This (C. Corea) – 5:46
4 It’s About That Time (M. Davis) – 11:41
5 I Fall in Love Too Easily (S. Cahn-J. Styne) – 2:13
6 Sanctuary (W. Shorter-M. Davis) – 3:22
7 Spanish Key (M. Davis) – 13:22
8 Bitches Brew (M. Davis) – 13:34
9 The Theme (M. Davis) – 0:17

Miles Davis – San Francisco, CA (10/15/70)

Miles Davis Septet
October 15, 1970
Fillmore West Auditorium, San Francisco CA
KPFA-FM radio broadcast

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Miles Davis (tpt)
Gary Bartz (ss, as)
Keith Jarrett (el-p, org)
Michael Henderson (el-b)
Jack DeJohnette (d)
Airto Moreira (perc)
Jumma Santos Jim Riley

01-honky tonk
02-what i say (incl. radio broadcast voiceover announcement)
03-sanctuary
04-yesternow
05-bitches brew
06-funky tonk-the theme

total time: 63:49 mns

Notes:

  • This is not taken from the Fillmore Tree. The Fillmore Tree version is about 25 mns. This here is almost the complete show, only “Directions”, the set-opener is missing: total time is about 64 mns. This FM source sounds great.
  • According to P.Losin: “The Davis Septet opened for Leon Russell and Sea Train for four nights at the Fillmore West, October 15-18 (Thursday-Sunday). Columbia probably recorded these shows, and the Fillmore certainly did. None of the recordings of this show that I have heard includes “Directions,” the standard set-opener…”

Lineage:
soundboard > KPFA-FM radio broadcast > ? > CD > EAC (secure mode) > Cubase SX2 (minor re-tracking, no sound processing applied) > flac 1.1.2 [-8, -V, sector aligned]

Jefferson Airplane – San Francisco, CA (11/26/66)

Jefferson Airplane
November 26, 1966
Fillmore Auditorium
San Francisco, CA

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Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> ? -> Reel -> CD -> Dat

Transfer Info:
Dat (Sony R500) -> Sound Devices 744T -> Samplitude Professional v10.2.1 -> FLAC
(1 Disc Audio / 1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
April 13, 2009

Setlist:
d1t01 – The Other Side Of This Life
d1t02 – Bringing Me Down
d1t03 – And I Like It
d1t04 – Go To Her
d1t05 – Fat Angel
d1t06 – 3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds
d1t07 – Today
d1t08 – White Rabbit

Lineup:
Marty Balin (guitar, lead vocals)
Jack Casady (bass)
Paul Kantner (guitar, vocals)
Jorma Kaukonen (guitar, vocals)
Spencer Dryden (drums, percussion)
Grace Slick (lead vocals)

Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (11/08/69)

Grateful Dead
November 8, 1969
Fillmore West
San Francisco, CA

Not the entire show, just the “Picks”

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I have four sources for this show, you can read the text files here.

–Set 1–
(missing) – Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
(missing) – Casey Jones
(missing) – Dire Wolf
104-d1t01 – Easy Wind
(missing) – China Cat Sunflower ->
(missing) – I Know You Rider ->
(missing) – High Time
(missing) – Mama Tried
109-d1t02 – Good Lovin’
(missing) – Cumberland Blues

–Set 2–
201-d1t03 – Dark Star ->
202-d1t04 – The Other One ->
203-d1t05 – Dark Star ->
204-d1t06 – Uncle John’s Jam ->
205-d1t07 – Dark Star ->
206-d2t01 – Saint Stephen ->
207-d2t02 – The Eleven ->
208-d2t03 – Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) ->
209-d2t04 – Main Ten Jam ->
210-d2t05 – Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) ->
211-d2t06 – Feedback ->
212-d2t07 – And We Bid You Goodnight

Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (12/21/69)

Grateful Dead
12/21/69
Fillmore West
San Francisco, CA

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–Setlist–
101 -(fades in) I Know You Rider ->
102 – Black Peter ;
103 – Not Fade Away %
104 – Good Lovin ->
106 – drums ->
107 – The Other One ->
108 – Cumberland Blues

–total time–48:59–

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 12927

Source: MR > C > D > CDR(s)
Conversion: EAC(secure) > CE2K(minor cleanup) > CDWAV > mkwact > SHN(seekable)
mvernon54@attbi.com

shntool supplies timing and confirms tracks on sector boundaries

Thanks to Raoul Duke for the disks!
Part of The Music Never Stopped Project
uploaded ~11/4/2002

notes
– drums has a splice(?) and one minor warble/glitch
– there might be a splice at the very start of TOO as noted on deadlists
– this is apparently all the circulates per Eatons list

per Deadlists:
The circulating segment listed is the conclusion of the show.
DeadBase IX gives this list:
Smokestack Lightnin ; New Speedway Boogie ; Mama Tired ; Dire Wolf ; Mason’s Children ;
China Cat Sunflower> I Know You Rider ; Black Peter ; Not Fade Away ; Uncle John’s Band ;
High Time ; Good Lovin’ ; That’s It For The Other One > Cumberland Blues.

Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (12/20/69)

Grateful Dead
12-20-69
Fillmore West,
San Francisco

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–Setlist–
101 – //Mason’s Children
202 – China Cat Sunflower–>
103 – I Know You Rider–>
104 – High Time//
105 – //The Eleven–>
106 – New Speedway Boogie–>
107 – Turn on Your Lovelight//

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 6301
SBD>MR>?>FM>?>CD>EAC>SHN

Thanks to Paul Hartman
edits/encoding by J. Cotsman

notes:
-This is not the complete show, and is missing Me & My Uncle, Hard To Handle,
Cumberland Blues, Black Peter, and Dark Star>St. Stephen in the span between
High Time and The Eleven. The missing songs are quite possibly missing from
the vault reels as well.
-This is the first known version of New Speedway, which has some very off-key
harmonies, —-that sound as if they are almost intentional and sarcastic ????.

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