Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Oakland, CA (10/31/88)

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10/31/88 – Jerry Garcia Band
Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center
Oakland, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 21790

Recording Info:
(FOB/Hat) Nakamichi 700/CP701 ->
Reutelhuber P/S ->
dbx 221e type II Encoder ->
Cassette Master (Sony TCD5m/Maxell XLIIS)

Transfer Info:
Cassette Master (Nakamichi Deck/Azmituth Aligned) ->
dbx 224x Decoder ->
Mytek Digital ADC8X96 ->
Nuendo (24bit/44.1k) ->
SHN (2 Discs Audio / 1 Disc SHN)

Process Info:
1) Processed to a 16 bit file with waves Q10 and L2.
2) Tracked and Normailized with Samplitude v7.02 Professional.

Recorded, Transfered and Process #1 By Bill Reutelhuber.
Process #2 By Charlie Miller

Notes From Bill Reutelhuber:
Each mic was in front of each stack on each side and about 25 feet back.
Recorded due to the team effort of about 20 to 30 people!!

d1t01 – Werewolves Of London
d1t02 – Cats Under The Stars
d1t03 – Forever Young
d1t04 – Stop That Train
d1t05 – Run For The Roses
d1t06 – Think
d2t01 – Throw Out The Lifeline*
d2t02 – Evangeline
d2t03 – Don’t Let Go
d2t04 – That Lucky Old Sun ->
d2t05 – Deal

d2t06 – My Sisters And Brothers

* First time played

Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals
John Kahn – bass
Melvin Seals – keyboards
David Kemper – drums
Jaclyn LaBranch – backing vocals
Gloria Jones – backing vocals


Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Sebastopol, CA (03/22/78)

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Jerry Garcia Band
Veteran’s Hall
Sebastopol, CA

Links removed as this was officially released.

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 19832
Source: SBD > CM(x) > CDR > WAV > SHN.

Disc 1 – Set 1
01 How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) [07:03]
02 Catfish John [09:08]
03 Simple Twist Of Fate [10:51]
04 I Second That Emotion [10:13]
05 Night They Drove Old Dixie Down// [09:27]
Total time: 46:43

Disc 2 – Set 2
01 Harder They Come [12:06]
02 Mission In The Rain [11:11]
03 Cats Under The Stars [07:59]
04 Gomorrah [06:27]
05 Mystery Train [10:24]
06 Love In The Afternoon [09:32]
07 I’ll Be With Thee [05:06]
08 Midnight Moonlight// [08:42]
Total time: 71:28

Comments: Last Show with Maria Muldaur. Multiple analog generations with a significant amount of hiss. Sound quality is a bit spotty and gets even spottier by the end of the second set. End of last song of each set is clipped. Very primitive and open-ended jamming sounding ‘Cats Under the Stars’ in its lucky #7 performance. Sounds like a band having a great time.

Thanks to H.Angus for source CDRs. DAE(EAC0.9b4, offset corrected, secure mode)>sector boundaries confirmed(shntool)>SHN(shorten 3.4)>FTP via C.Ladner/candyman FTP.

MisSHN ITR, 10/03.man FTP.

MisSHN ITR, 10/03.3.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: California Brothers (featuring Jerry Garcia) – New York, NY (04/06/87)

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California Bros.
Lone Star Cafe
New York, NY
April 6, 1987 (Monday)

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a tagged version of shnid: 101075
(6 tracks, 27:07)
1. tuning [1:47]
2. Teardrops In My Eyes [3:00] [0:38]
3. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke [4:04] [1:43]
4. Drink Up and Go Home [3:46] [1:23]
5. Rosalie McFall [3:27] [0:41]
6. Mind Your Own Business * [5:57] [0:39]

David Nelson: acoustic guitar, vocals
Sandy Rothman: banjo, vocals
Peter Albin: electric bass
Spencer Dryden: drums
(guest) Tom Bekeny: mandolin, fiddle
(guest) Jerry Garcia: electric guitar, vocals
* (guest) Sean Grissom: electric cello

2nd gen AUD cassette (Maxell XLII 90) > Nak D-R2 > Digigram VXpocket v2 >
Sony VAIO Picturebook PCG-C1VPK 24bit/48kHz wav > unknown downsample to
16/44.1 > CD Wave > TLH (FLAC encoding). Transfer by Michael Scottelaro,
track and FLAC by jj.

Sandy’s recollection:
“Jerry came in — it was my understanding that it was after a GD show. He sat up in the balcony with a couple of ladies and listened to probably about
half of our last set. (He had a Black Russian in front of him, a drink he would frequently order and not always finish.) I’d been up there talking
with them before the set; he said he’d come up and play. When we called him up, somebody produced a guitar, a Stratocaster (I think there was an amp
already on the stage), and he came up and played the rest of that set with us. A bluegrass picker from the Bay Area who was going to NYU at the time,
Tom Bekeny, also sat in (for all or part of the night), playing mandolin and some fiddle. Sean jammed with us on the last song; whether he’d played a solo
set earlier, I don’t recall. I’m pretty sure the original tape was made by the Lone Star’s bartender, name unknown, who held up a small cassette deck as soon
as he saw Garcia was going to play.”

Thanks to Mike for graciously transferring the tape and to Sandy for
information and context!

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Pittsburgh, PA (03/19/78)

jerry garcia - stanley theatre - 78-3-19

Jerry Garcia Band
Stanley Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 4440

Sndbd->Cassette->Cassette->DAT->CDR->Audio Grabber->TC Native Spectralizer->TC Native Multiband Compressor->SoundForge->TC Native Loudness Maximizer->CDR

Set 1:
How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You
Catfish John
Cats Under The Stars
Simple Twist Of Fate
Tore Up Over You
Mystery Train
The Harder They Come

Set 2:
Mission In The Rain
Love In The Afternoon
Let Me Roll It
I Second That Emotion
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
I’ll Be With Thee
Midnight Moonlight
E: Palm Sunday

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Zero – San Francisco, CA (07/16/88)

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The Bandshell in Golden Gate Park
San Francisco, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 10125

1 set, 1 disc total

Set 1: Total Time: 42:19
1. Wavy Gravy’s Zero introduction
2. Golden Road
3. Little Wing
4. Wavy Gravy’s Guests introduction
5. Think*
6. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door*
7. Goodnight Irene*

Comment: *with Jerry Garcia, Merl Saunders, Mickey Hart, Norton Buffalo and Marc Beno. John Cipollina’s Last Zero Show

Source/Transfer: Audience Cassette Master > DAT > CD… Sennheiser 441
Mic’s > Sony D5M Cassette Master (Maxell MX 90). Playback on Nakamichi DR-2
Cassette Deck > Sony D100 DAT. Playback on Panasonic SV-3800 DAT Recorder >
Digital Coaxial Cable > Tascam CD-RW 700 CD Recorder > EAC > SHN. Originally Recorded
by Chris Olson.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band – San Francisco, CA (03/18/87)

Jerry Acoustic Band

Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band
San Francisco, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 22299
Source: AUD(mic’s and taper unknown)>?>C>DAT>WAV>SHN.

01 Deep Elem Blues [09:04]
02 Little Sadie [04:43]
03 Friend Of The Devil [07:03]
04 I’ve Been All Around This World [04:42]
05 Rosalie McFall [03:57]
06 Ripple [04:32]
Total time: 34:04

Performing: Jerry Garcia, John Kahn, David Nelson and Sandy Rothman, acoustic benefit for Artists Rights Today.

Comments: Partial unlineaged multigen analog audience recording.

Cassette deck (Nakamichi DR-2)>DAT (Tascam DA-30 Mk II) transfer via J.Powell.
DAT(Sony PCM-R500)>coaxial>Audiophile 2496>P4 2.0 GHz>Soundforge 6.0>tracking (CDWave editor)>sector boundaries confirmed (shntool)>SHN(mkwact) via C.Ladner.

misSHN in the rain, 2/04.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Berkeley, CA (07/10/88)

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Jerry Garcia Band
Greek Theater, University of California
Berkeley, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 17635

MAC (Taped by John Corley, Nak 700s > Sony TC-D5M) >
CD > EAC > SHN. EAC > SHN by Joe Jupille.

Disc One (7) 53:53
–Set I–
01. How Sweet It Is [6:25] [2:50]
02. Mission In The Rain [8:59] [0:44]
03. Like A Road [8:14] [0:24]
04. Get Out Of My Life Woman [8:15] [0:16]
05. Run For The Roses [5:00] [0:09]
06. My Sisters And Brothers [4:31] ->
07. Deal [7:52] [0:11]

Disc Two (8) 63:03
–Set II–
01. Crowd & Tuning [0:07]
02. Harder They Come [10:35] [0:40]
03. Stop That Train [8:17] [0:23]
04. Forever Young [8:40] [0:30]
05. Think [8:12] [0:14]
06. Evangeline [3:27] [0:10]
07. That Lucky Old Sun [9:02] ->
08. Don’t Let Go [12:28] [0:16]

– Nice recording of a terrific show. I am not sure about the
taping or transfer equipment, etc., though this is definitely
from Corley’s master.
– d1t06 Sisters & Brothers barely clips in

Thanks to Jim Powell for the source discs!

A MisSHN in the Rain Installment of the Music Never Stopped
Project, June 2003.

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

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Los Angeles, CA (03/14/87)

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Jerry Garcia Band
Wiltern Theatre
Los Angeles CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

As seamless as it can be 24bit/48k file set NOT intended to burn direct to CD

FOB Master Audience:

Master info:
Seats Orch Row D Seat 114 Aisle 4

MAC: Toa k1’s Handheld about 4′ apart chest high > Sony WM-TCD-6C > Maxell XLII-S 90’s x 2 (Dolby C on)


MAC: Tascam 302 Dolby C on > ArchivalSilver/Gold RCA/1/4″ TS > 1/4″> Tascam DR-680 24bit/48khz
(dual mono)> Transcend SDHC Class10 card

Recorded by: ArchivalAudio ArchivalAudio [at] gmail [dot] com

Transfer info:

SDHC card > iMac 3.06 Ghz i3 12 GR 133MHz DDR3 > AudioFile Engineering Wave Editor 1.57
to -.9 db (each side) Remove DC offset regions [labels] exported .wav >
xACT v2.21to FLAC (level 8 )
Metadata (aka tags), generate ffp and len (shntool) output

Recorded, Transferred, Mastered & Seeded by Ian Stoy aka ArchivalAudio

Tracked by set:

Set 1

t01.s1 Crowd/Tuning
t02.s1 Cats Under The Stars
t03.s1 Mission In The Rain
t04.s1 They Love Each Other
t05.s1 Simple Twist Of Fate
t06.s1 Think
[Tape Flip]
t07.s1 Like A Road
t08.s1 Deal

Set 2

t01.s2 Get Out Of My Life Woman
t02.s2 Run For The Roses
t03.s2 Love In The Afternoon
t04.s2 Gomorrah
t05.s2 Crazy Love
t06.s2 That Lucky Old Sun
[Tape Flip]
t07.s2 Midnight Moonlight

Jerry Garcia Band is:

Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals
John Kahn bass
Melvin Seals keyboards
Jaclyn LaBranch backing vocals
Gloria Jones backing vocals
David Kemper drums


Flaws =
Second ever “stealth” show, hand held mics, cable connection:
crackles and a drop out or two, In
the Left channel during Cats.
I did my best to lessen the pops but left the slight dropout.

At the beginning
of set 2 security was trying to seat someone in our Aisle flashlight out and pointed at us, and therefore
the start of Get out of my life… was a bit muffled and a second or two was missing.
Also the tape flip at
the end of set 2 caused a second or two of might nigh moonlight to be missing.

Light phasing can be heard
throughout the show due to hand held spaced cardiod mics.
A light buzz in the PA can be heard , more
prevalent in quiter passages.
Can be rougher at times but overall not that bad…

Brief Story from the original uploader:

As with a number of LA shows my friend James (Jim) Ford waited in line to get the tix when they went on
sale. Hime and Ron Cook help me get my gear in and hold one of the mics. This show was before In The Dar
came out, and was lacking many of the In The Dark heads that attended the December ’87 run we recorded.,
post Broadway run. These 2 shows Friday 3/13 and sat 3/14 were the first shows I ever “stealthed” and
was surprised there was “No Recording” enforced. I did record 10/31/86 JGB and Kingfish, That was open
with stands but I had an impedance mis-match and my recordings came out horrid. Back to 3/14 Light
phasing can be heard throughout the show due to hand held mics. The right channel (if I recall
correct) was held by me mostly, except starting stopping or adjusting levels on my D-6. I held my mic
chest high and mostly still aimed at the right stack. Whereas the left cannel was more casually held and
potential lower. The night before due to my first steal thing, I managed to record the second set over the
first set, and due to cable issues, I believe that only one channel was recorded super botched job.
We had a bank of 4 seats each night we were in Row D I was in Seat 114. First time at the Wiltern and it was
very sweet!


Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Washington, D.C. (03/18/78)

Jerry Garcia Band - Washignton, DC (03/18/78)

Jerry Garcia Band
Warner Theatre
Washington D.C.
March 18, 1978

Link removed as this was officially released.

Source 1 (Early Show Only)

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 9465
source: Master Audience Cassette (Nak CM700s>cassette deck)>DAT>CDRs>EAC>SHN (seekable)

Source 2 (Late Show Only)
shnid: 007326
SBD > FM PRE-BROADCAST MASTER RTR > FM CASS. MASTER (Dolby B encoded) > SSSB (Dolby B decoded)

Source 3 (Late Show Only)

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 30119

Primary Source (1):
??>DATC>HD>DSP*>DataCDR>CDWave1.6>mkwACT(b0.97)>SHN (July 2003 by Doug Oade)

Secondary/Patch Source (2):
FMSBD>2C>(C?)>CDR>EAC(v.0.95)>WAV (CDRs supplied by Dennis Carter, July 2005)
C>CDR transfer: Sony TC W320 > Marantz 510 CDR

[Source 1>WAV]+[Source 2]>Audacity(v.1.2.3)>WAV>SHN

Early Show:

1. I Second That Emotion
2. They Love Each Other
3. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
4. That’s What Love Will Make You Do
5. Love In The Afternoon
6. Mystery Train

Late Show:

1. Crowd/Tuning 00:00 02:50 02:49.61
2. Harder They Come 11:57 01:54 13:51.48
3. Mission in the Rain 10:56 00:54 11:49.58
4. Simple Twist of Fate 08:50 01:27 10:17.08
5. Midnight Moonlight 10:52 02:04 12:56.10
6. Gomorrah 06:18 02:19 08:36.56
7. Cats Down under the Stars 07:28 00:25 07:52.57
8. I’ll be with Thee 05:30 00:45 06:15.40
9. Lonesome and Long Way from Home > 03:55 00:00 03:54.53
10. Jam > 12:16 00:00 12:16.43
11. Lonesome and Long Way from Home 02:58 02:33 05:31.37
12. Palm Sunday (encore)

Notes on Source 2 from the taper:

Yes, I know it’s been a short time since this show was originally released, but the radio station sent me a slightly better copy to work with, for which I’m thankful. Not as “compressed and limited”, and with the original Dolby B left encoded.

This version was a direct-to-cassette of the “re-broadcast” FM radio station’s RTR of the show. While the actual show took place on 3/18/78, this re-broadcast was done on the next day (Sunday) starting at 1 PM EST. This show’s reels were directly recorded onto the cassette, and I as told that the two “missing songs” (Mystery Train and I Second That Emotion) were NOT played during the rebroadcast (DAMN!). On the master I received, there is NO splice/edit/gap/etc. between Simple Twist Of Fate and Midnight Moonlight. The applause, the 3 idiots yelling for songs, etc. were continuous, and as much as I tried, I could not find anywhere where these 2 songs would have “gone”. I may be wrong, but when you hear this show, I think you will agree!

Ok, so why did I release this show? Given the fact that my Marin County source sent me the MASTERS of the 3/19 show of the following night, I thought it would be nice to release these as a “pair”, because of the run involved.

There isn’t any of the diginoise I encountered on the original copy I received, so editing was a snap. The only problem is there is a slight amount of low-volume “tick” noise about once per song. I chalk this up to poor storage of the original master reels of the show at the FM station (it’s a small station, and doesn’t have a “proper storage facility”.

Enough of the technical stuff. You know what to expect (it’s not 100% perfect, but it’s 95% excellent, and that’s very good in any engineer’s book!) as far as the “sound quality” goes, so let’s move on to the show itself.

Donna Jean Godchaux: sometimes that name sends shivers down the spines of many a Deadhead, and mental visions of these people “cringing in fear” of her “singing” is hilarious. I’m sure you’ve all heard shows she’s sung on where, in my favorite term, she scream like “a mad cow in heat”. But she actually DID (and still does from what I’m told) have a very good voice, great dynamic range, and a wonderful tone to her voice, if she could hear herself through the onstage monitors or in a studio. Well, fear not, she is WONDERFUL in this show. Not a “howl or scat” anywhere!

Keith Godchaux: again, visions of him having to be woken up on stage (I personally was at a few shows this happened at) spring up, when he was “declining”. Yet he was an excellent piano player, and during most Dead shows, he filled in quite nicely. Keith had a good ear for knowing what to play, when to play it, and how loud or soft. He was a great “fit” in the Dead’s overall sound. And in this show, HE DOES NOT DISAPPOINT! He has a few small solos here and there, and it was great to hear him tinkle the ivories. His fills in each song were right on the money, he never tried to overshadow anyone, he never “hung in the background” afraid to play either, he was just always there. Unless you listen for him, he’s not “out front”, but you know if he wasn’t playing, that there really would be a big piece of the music missing. He was just that good in my opinion. With the Dead or with Jerry, I think he was the “best balanced” of all the Dead’s keyboard players. Keith was never a show-off, he kept his solos to a minimum, but again, his keyboard playing and his rather unique way of filling in the music earned my respect from the very first time I heard him.

Maria Muldaur: Most everyone thinks of her as the “Midnight At The Oasis” girl, as that’s her only “hit”. But I best remember her for her Dan Hicks & His Lot Licks days. She has a voice that is easy to pick out from any other female singer, and she’s also an excellent vocalist overall. At one show I was at, my then fiancee (now wife) and I were sitting less than 3 feet from her at this little venue in Evnaston, IL when we saw Dan Hicks play (and yes, I tried to sneak a peek up her skirt, but it was almost floor-length… I’m a bad boy!). Maria and Donna, in this show, really played off each others’ vocals. They had non-harmony as well as harmony parts, both in background vocals on most songs, but she shined when the song “I’ll Be There With Thee” was sung. A gospel song by nature, Maria and Donna were the lead vocalists, and JERRY did the fill-in parts during the choruses. A bit out of the ordinary, but it worked, and worked very nicely. Lonesone and A Long Way from Home showed the harmony these two ladies could do so well, and it was wonderful and quite enjoyable to listen to.

Jerry… what can one say?!?!? He was UP for this show, no doubt about it. Even though it was the 2nd show of the day, he never lost the energy he’s noted for. Crisp vocals, you can almost picture him SMILING when he sang most of the songs. His riffs, solos, fills, are were just right on the money, and the entire band was in sync for this show. Upbeat, full of life, he really meant it when he thanked the audience, not just giving the crowd a “mandatory” salutation at the end.

BONUS: THIS SHOW FEATURED THE ONLY “PALM SUNDAY” EVERY PLAYED. It’s a very short song, about 3 minutes in length, akin to what “And We Bid You Good Night” would be like. Not accapella, but full-band, and I believe this show WAS done the night before Palm Sunday (I don’t have a calendar that goes back that far, sorry!! It’s a song I wish he would have kept in his repertoire and worked on a little more, as it could have been a very nice, mid-length song. But, it was only a one-off, and we have to accept that.

I really enjoyed the very long “Lonesome And A Long Way From Home”… it was short enough to start with, and then it slowed down a bit… the band went into “Space” for a short time (only about 4 minutes), then a very energetic Lonesome Jam” came in, with no “signs” of the “Lonesome” song in it for a while. That went on for a LONG time. And, no Donna Jean “scat singing”, just the musicians playing very nicely together and off of each other. Then you began to hear little “hints” of the Lonesome in Jerry’s riffs, and you knew it was coming back around for a good reprise. And then it wound down, and Jerry went back into “Lonesome…”. Wonderfully done, and there was no “muddled” segue. It was just perfect! And the song itself, it holds a lot of meaning for Jerry, and for a lot of us in the “community”. It almost could be a “sister song” for “I’ll Be With Thee”.

Jerry, no matter what incarnation of his band, always knew how to take a great Gospel song, and make it enjoyable, making sure it wasn’t sacreligious in how it was playede, but yet not being a “preaching song” either. He was simply making “statements” when he thought the time was right”. He had a wonderful of doing this, and I am forever greatful that we are blessed with these recordings of his.

Technically, I wish the show was mixed a little better, as it’s close to being mono, but there is separation. Keith is in the left channel, Donna in the right, Maria in the left, and Jerry (as always), center. I believe it was the FM station’s mix of the 4-track feed, not the venue’s that made it sound this way. But it is still a very enjoyable show from start to finish, with one exception: there were a couple of boys (I won’t go as far as to call them “men”) who, between songs, kept yelling (and very loudly close to the on-stage ambience microphones) for a couple of songs. I had to laugh when one of them screamed for “Eyes Of The World”!!! This same jerk begged Jerry to let him up on stage with him. I’m surprised that Jerry never used to get really pissed off at idiots like that. It would irritate almost every other musician around to hear some drunken idiot screaming for songs like this bozo (and 2 others) did all night. But Jerry was probably in his own little world, or just being a gentleman, and he never gave these people the satisfaction of acknowledging them (hooray for Jerry). I’ve heard Bob and Phil get steamed a few time during some ’70’s shows, but Jerry probably just smiled to himself and kept quiet.

Once I got to hear the entire show, when I was auditioning it before making the masters, I was really impressed by this incarnation of Jerry’s band. Some “versions” I liked better than others (never cared for Sarah Fulcher), but I thought they all were very good in their own way.

If you’re a JGB fan, you may want to overlook the “mix” factor and the occasional (rare) low-volume clicks, and get this show. It’s very nice to listen to on a rainy day/night… not really a fast-paced show, but a nice mixture of faster/slower/gospel songs that just fit in nicely with each other. I would not have changed the order the songs were sung in if I made up the set list, as they seemed to be a great “fit right” in the order they were played.

PERSONAL RATINGS: (on a 1 to 10 scale with 10 being excellent)
Audio Mix: 7.5 (the mostly “centered” mix should have had more separation)
Audio Quality: 8.5 (the few clicks and low-level high frequencies, due to the Dolby B)
Energy Level: 9.5
Show “Completeness”: 10.0
Song Selection: 9.7 (were the 2 songs I mentioned actually played that night?)
Surprises: The only “Palm Sunday” as well as the Lonesome > Space > Jam > Lonesome Reprise

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Boston, MA (03/14/78)

Jerry Garcia Live 1979

Jerry Garcia Band
Boston Music Hall
Boston, MA
March 14, 1978

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 14969

Source: AUD (Sony ECM-99a mics) > Technics 646ds cassette deck > CM > DAT > CDR > WAV >SHN.
Taper: Steve Rolfe.

Disc 1 – Set 1 (requires 80 minute disc)
01 How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) [11:18]
02 They Love Each Other [07:51]
03 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door [14:54]
04 That’s What Love Will Make You Do [11:20]
05 Mission In The Rain [12:18]
06 Night They Drove Old Dixie Down [10:28]
07 Mystery Train [07:51]
Total Time: 76:02.10

Disc 2 – Set 2
01 Love In The Afternoon [09:45]
02 Gomorrah [07:05]
03 Harder They Come [11:18]
04 I’ll Be With Thee [05:33]
05 Midnight Moonlight [11:34]
Total Time: 45:17

Comments: Mystery Train originally tracked on disc 2 as first track with a Mystery Train fade out at the end of disc 1. Retracked seamlessly to first disc (80 minutes).

Thanks to S. Aserkoff for the CDR seeds.
DAE(EAC 0.9 beta 4, offset corrected, high/secure) > editing (soundforge 5) > tracking (cdwav) > boundary check (shntool) > SHN (shorten 3.4) > FTP via C.Ladner/candyman FTP.

A MisShn in the Rain Installment of the Music Never Stopped Project – 2/03.c Never Stopped Project – 2/03.