Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead & New Riders of the Purple Sage – New York, NY (09/18/70)

Grateful Dead - New York - 1970-09-18-Fillmore-E

Grateful Dead
9-18-70
Fillmore East,
New York, NY

Download: FLAC/MP3

–Grateful Dead Acoustic set–
stage banter
Truckin’
tuning/banter
Black Peter*
stage banter

–New Riders Set–
Honky Tonk Women
Workin’ Man Blues
Superman
Rainbow
Dirty Business
Last Lonely Eagle
Fair Chance To Know
Glendale Train
Louisiana Lady
The Race Is On**
Mama Tried**
Sawmill**
The Weight

–Grateful Dead Electric Set–
Casey Jones
Sugar Magnolia
Candyman
Cryptical Envelopment- >
Drums ->
The Other One ->
Cryptical Envelopment ->
Brokedown Palace
It’s A Man’s, Man’s World
Till The Morning Comes%
Me & My Uncle
Operator
Dancing in the Streets
tuning
St. Stephen ->
Not Fade Away ->
Good Lovin’
crowd noise

–Encore–
And We Bid You Goodnight

*with David Nelson (mandolin)
**with Bob Weir

Source One:
This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 17893
gd70-09-18.sbd-aud.cotsman.17893.sbeok.flac16

source 1: SBD>MR>R>D>CD>EAC>SHN
source 2: AUD>MC>R>C>CD>EAC>SHN
source 3: AUD>MC>?>C>R>CD>EAC>SHN
composites:
–the SBD (source 1) provides the acoustic set and Me & My Uncle to
the end of the show.
–Source 2 is from a Jack Toner AUD recording, and provides the NRPS set.
–The rest of the Dead’s electric set is from source 3, which is
also derived from the Toner AUD.

alternate tracking:
–the entire New Riders set can be placed onto one disc.
–The Dead’s acoustic set can be placed at the beginning of what would
be “d2” of this shn set, allowing the Dead’s portion of the show to
fit onto two discs total.

notes:
–Jerry aborts Black Peter midway, probably because of monitor problems
–from Sugar Magnolia through Drums, there are problems that cause
frequent dropouts/fluctuations in recording levels, possibly from
strain on the tape from movement during the concert.
–this is the latest known It’s A Man’s, Man’s World (as of Jun ’03)
–this is the earliest known Till The Morning Comes (as of Jun ’03)
–tape flip at 2:11 in Till The Morning Comes
–warble at the beginning of Me & My Uncle
–small AUD patch over glitch in Dancin’ at 5:06
–Tighten Up Jam in Dancin’ starting at 8:40
–Sound Forge was used for normalization and minor pitch adjustments

Part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2003

SBD portions provided by Andy Lemieux
AUD portions compiled by Jack Warner
final edits/encoding by JCotsman

y Lemieux
AUD portions compiled by Jack Warner
final edits/encoding by JCotsman

Source 2:

This is a tagged version of shnid: 30882

gd70-09-18.sbd-aud.remaster-set3.sirmick.30882.sbeok.flac16

source 1: sbd > mr > r > d > cd > eac > shn > wav > flac
source 2: aud > mc > ? > c > r > cd > eac> shn > wav > flac

notes:
this is a remaster of the sources from shnid 17893

the sbd, source 1, provides Me & My Uncle to the end of the show,
the rest is from source 2, a Jack Toner aud recording.

I haven’t touched the sbd section, other than to tweak the patch
in Dancin’ and re-encode to flac, but I did feel that the aud section
could be improved. It still suffers from the dropouts, etc but
I think that the sound is now better.

SIRMick
September 2005

Source 3 (New Riders Set Only):
This is a tagged version of shnid: 92419

Matrix sources

1) SBDMR > Alesis Masterlink > CDR > EAC > WAV > FLAC
10″ 1/2 track SBDMR Scotch reels played back on a
Revox 1/2 track A700 > Alesis Masterlink 9600
EAC > Flac transfer by Noah Weiner – October, 2006

2) AUD> MC > R > C > CD > EAC > SHN
Jack Toner recording

Notes:

– I cleaned up the aud as much as I could then eq’d it to give it a brighter sound, it was originally very muddy sounding
– the aud was paused between tracks and was missing most of the tuning, these have been patched in from the sbd
– the sbd had the start of the first track and the end of the last track missing, these have been patched in from the sbd
– the aud had the whole of “Truck Drivin’ Man”missing, this has been patched in from the sbd
– there were a couple of other small segments of music missing from the aud, which have been patched in from the
sbd

Comments:

There’s no doubt that this matrix has got some rough edges but when it works, it works 🙂

Matrixed by
SIRMick
June 2008

Source 4 (New Riders Set Only):

This is a tagged version of shnid: 97865

Source:
SBD -> Master Reel -> CD -> EAC(secure, offset corrected) -> Cool Edit Pro -> TLH -> FLAC16

Circulated by Chuck Reynolds – January 2007

Notes:
— First few notes of Honkey Tonk Woman are clipped.
— The Weight cuts after the last refrain.
— Right channel was boosted approx 3db via Cool Edit Pro.
— Various anomalies remain.
— Verified sector boundaries via Trader’s Little Helper and encoded FLAC level 8.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – New York, NY (09/17/70)

grateful dead - new york - 1970 - t700917

Grateful Dead, with New Riders of the Purple Sage
September 17, 1970
Fillmore East,
New York, NY
gd70-09-17.aud.sirmick.27591.sbeok.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 27591
source: see shnid:16090

{*Acoustic set, NRPS set, and Sugar Magnolia are MAC>R>C>CD.
Recorded by Jack Toner, with a Sony TC-110 with built-in microphone.
*Dark Star from MAC>?>C>R>CD. Unknown taper/equipment
*Saint Stephen>Good Lovin’ from MAC>?>C>R>R>CD. Unknown taper/equipment

NOTE: This supercedes the previous copy which was labeled MAC>R>C>D>CD.
That copy is a mislabel, and in reality has one more cassette generation
than this one (the main source for that version derives from the tapes
used for this one). Additionally, this source includes the NRPS set,
and does not have the cuts in Dark Star.]

-Acoustic Set–
101-d1t01 – Tuning
102-d1t02 – Truckin’
103-d1t03 – Monkey & the Engineer
104-d1t04 – Dark Hollow
105-d1t05 – Friend of the Devil
106-d1t06 – Ripple
107-d1t07 – Tuning
108-d1t08 – Brokedown Palace
109-d1t09 – Box of Rain
110-d1t10 – Rosalie McFall
111-d1t11 – Cold Jordan ->
112-d1t12 – Swing Low Sweet Chariot//

–NRPS Set–
201-d1t13 – Six Days on the Road
202-d1t14 – I Don?t Know You
203-d1t15 – Superman
204-d1t16 – Henry
205-d1t17 – Portland Woman
206-d1t18 – Cecilia*

–Electric Set–
301-d2t01 – Sugar Magnolia*
302-d2t02 – Dark Star ->
303-d2t03 – Saint Stephen ->
304-d2t04 – Drums ->
305-d2t05 – Good Lovin’ ->
306-d2t06 – Drums ->
307-d2t07 – Good Lovin’

*The last portion of the NRPS set & the first part of the Dead’s electric
set are missing. This portion of the show has never found its way into
general circulation.

notes:
this is a remaster of shnid 16090:
– hiss and nouse reduction has been applied throughout
– a considerable number of small droputs, pops and clicks have been fixed
– numerous volume adjustments have been made
– I found that from St Stephen through to the end there were a number of
sections where the channels appear to have been switched, these have
now been corrected.
d2t01 20 seconds starting from 2:50, 44 seconds from 4:33
d2t05 first 9 seconds
d2t06 from 2:07 to the end
d2t07 first 3:43, 1:33 from 5:21
– the tape wobble at 4:26 on d2t01 has been partially repaired by patching
in 2,61 seconds from the following repeated sequence
– final mastering with iZotope Ozone

SIRMick
January 2nd, 2005

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – New York, NY (07/11-12/70)

grateful dead 1970

Grateful Dead
7-11-70
Fillmore East,
New York, NY
gd70-07-11.aud.cotsman.9379.sbeok.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

The July 11 and 12 shows were apparently midnight shows which makes it super confusing to date. People lined up for the shows on one day but the performances were technically the next day as per the calendar. I believe ticket stubs actually reflect the earlier date. To add to the confusion at least one of these sources was labeled incorrectly. I have left all dates alone as they were labeled in the source material. Which means you have two different shows labeled as the same date. I’m also copy/pasting the source notes as in in this post so you can read it all and make judgements for yourself. Its all very confusing. Sorry about that but it seemed better to me to leave everything as I got them and let you sort them as you like rather than me trying to make changes.

AUD>MC>C>C>D>CD>EAC>SHN
This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 9379

–Grateful Dead Acoustic Set–
101-d1t01 – The Monkey & the Engineer
102-d1t02 – Don’t Ease Me In
103-d1t03 – I’ve Been All Around This World
104-d1t04 – Dark Hollow
105-d1t05 – Black Peter
106-d1t06 – El Paso
107-d1t07 – New Speedway Boogie
108-d1t08 – So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)
109-d1t09 – Rosalie McFall
110-d1t10 – A Voice From On High%*
111-d1t11 – Cold Jordan*
112-d1t12 – Swing Low, Sweet Chariot*

–New Riders Of The Purple Sage–
201-d1t13 – Whatcha Gonna Do
202-d1t14 – Truck Drivin’ Man
203-d1t15 – Dirty Business
204-d1t16 – Lodi%
205-d2t01 – Last Lonely Eagle
206-d2t02 – The Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line
207-d2t03 – Fair Chance To Know
208-d2t04 – Henry//
209-d2t05 – Honkytonk Woman

Grateful Dead Electric Set–
301-d2t06 – Night Of The Living Dead Intro (recording)
302-d2t07 – Morning Dew
303-d2t08 – Sittin’ on Top of the World
304-d2t09 – Me & My Uncle
305-d2t10 – Not Fade Away
306-d2t11 – Casey Jones
307-d2t12 – Mama Tried
308-d3t01 – Good Lovin’**
309-d3t02 – High Time
310-d3t03 – Cumberland Blues
311-d3t04 – China Cat Sunflower ->
312-d3t05 – I Know You Rider
313-d3t06 – Viola Lee Blues
314-d3t07 – Uncle John’s Band

*with David Nelson & John Dawson
**Bob Weir sings lead on Good Lovin’

notes:
-This is the only known Dead performance of the Everly Brothers song,
So Sad To See Good Love Go Bad
-This is the 1st known Dead rendition of Rosalie McFall
-Garcia plays pedal steel guitar with the New Riders
-For unknown reasons, Pigpen does not sing on any song during the show,
although he does play keyboard.
-The recording is rather distant and includes crowd chatter. In order
to save batteries, the tape was stopped and started by the recorder
just as songs started and ended. The beginnings and ends of most songs
are therefore clipped, though this has not been noted except for the more
severe cases.
-Sound Forge was used to normalize, pitch correct, and smooth over the cuts.

Thanks to Andrew Clarke
edits/encoding by J. Cotsman

Grateful Dead
Fillmore East, New York, NY
07/11/70

Mystery Reel of an unknown audience recording uncovered
and shared by LL member Cloverman, which he sent to Matt Smith for his great reel transfer work. The handwriting on the reel case is thought to be Latvala’s, no more is known.

Edited and mastered by Jamie Waddell,
with listening assistance by Jim Blackwood.

all transfers and work performed in the 24 bit realm
on the GEMS Edit Station
Weiss-Saracon for 16 BIT 44.1kHz

SBE Free | FlacLevel8 with TLH | Meta Data with Tag&Rename

a project **GEMS** http://www.shnflac.net May 2010

Set 1 Acoustic

01. Dire Wolf
02. tuning
03. The Rub
04. How Long Blues
05. Dark Hollow
06. crowd yells to fix the drums.. “Mickey Mickey Tom Tom”
07. Friend Of The Devil
08. Candyman (listen for fans ask for it before it starts)
09. Katie Mae
10. Bring Me My Shotgun>
11. She’s Mine
12. Rosalie McFall
13. Tell It To Me
14. Wake Up Little Susie

set 2 Electric

15. Easy Wind
16. Mama Tried
17. Cold Rain And Snow
18. Attics Of My Life
19. China Cat Sunflower>
20. I Know You Rider
21. High Time
22. It’s A Man’s World
23. Bobby Sells The Brooklyn Bridge
24. Cryptical Envelopment>
25. Drums>
26. The Other One>
27. Me & My Uncle>
28. The Other One
29. Dancin In The Streets (splendid version)
30. Turn On Your Lovelight>
31. St. Stephen Jam!!>
32. Lovelight

notes: These were midnite shows so the dates are confusing for hostorians as they line up for a concert on one day, and see the actual show on the next as far as official time goes. My research from reputable sources puts this as the show billed on the 11th, not the 12th. I re-ordered this source to the commonly accepted order of high time and cold rain and snow in set two. An image of the transferred order of the reel for set two is included, and it is different. All sorts of tape pauses and cut in parts smoothed tastefully.

Grateful Dead
07/12/70
Fillmore East,
New York, NY
gd70-07-12.aud.sirmick.24663.sbeok.flac16

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 24663
source: aud > ??? > shn > wav > shn

–Acoustic Set–
101-d1t01 – //Dire Wolf*
102-d1t02 – The Rub
103-d1t03 – How Long Blues
104-d1t04 – Dark Hollow
105-d1t05 – Friend of the Devil
106-d1t06 – Candyman
107-d1t07 – Katie Mae
108-d1t08 – Bring Me My Shotgun ->
109-d1t09 – She’s Mine
110-d1t10 – Rosalie McFall
111-d1t11 – Tell It To Me
112-d1t12 – Wake Up Little Susie
(missing) – Cumberland Blues

–Electric Set–
201-d2t01 – Easy Wind
202-d2t02 – Mama Tried
203-d2t03 – Cold Rain & Snow
204-d2t04 – Attics of My Life
205-d2t05 – China Cat Sunflower ->
206-d2t06 – jam ->
207-d2t07 – I Know You Rider ->
208-d2t08 – High Time
209-d3t01 – It’s A Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World
210-d3t02 – Bobby Sells The Brooklyn Bridge
211-d3t03 – Cryptical Envelopment ->
212-d3t04 – D//rums ->
213-d3t05 – The Other One ->
214-d3t06 – Me & My Uncle ->
215-d3t07 – The Other One ->
216-d3t08 – Dancin’ in the Streets// ->
217-d3t09 – Turn On Your Lovelight ->
218-d3t10 – St. Stephen Jam ->
219-d3t11 – Lo//velight reprise//** ->

–Encore–
(missing) – Uncle John’s Band

–disc 1 total time–44:55–
–disc 2 total time–44:09–
–disc 3 total time–73:12–

notes:
* first few seconds are missing
** there appears to be a cut at 1:20

-There are small cuts between most tracks. It seems like the taper must
have been hitting the pause button on a regular basis.
-The volume on both sets fluctuated between channels and I have tried to
adjust this as much as is possible.
-There were a few dropouts that I have been able to patch in from the other
channel
-set 2 has quite a high level of hiss

comments:
not a great recording but it’ll do until something better shows up
SIRMick (thedarkstar@btinternet.com)

Grateful Dead
featuring the New Riders Of The Purple Sage
Sunday, July 12, 1970
Fillmore East
New York, NY

Set 1: Grateful Dead Acoustic

01. The Monkey And The Engineer
02. Don’t Ease Me In
03. I’ve Been All Around This World
04. Dark Hollow
05. //Black Peter
06. El Paso
07. Friend Of The Devil
08. New Speedway Boogie
09. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)*
10. Rosalie McFall
11. A Voice From On High**
12. Cold Jordan**
13. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot**

Set 2: New Riders Of The Purple Sage

01. Six Days On The Road
02. Whatcha Gonna Do
03. Truck Drivin’ Man
04. Dirty Business
05. Lodi
06. Last Lonely Eagle
07. Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line
08. Fair Chance To Know
09. Henry//
10. Honky Tonk Women

Set 3: Grateful Dead Electric

01. //”Night Of The Living Dead” Intro
02. Morning Dew
03. Sittin’ On Top Of The World
04. Me & My Uncle
05. Not Fade Away
06. Casey Jones
07. Mama Tried
08. Good Lovin’***
09. High Time
10. Cumberland Blues
11. China Cat Sunflower–>
12. I Know You Rider
13. Viola Lee Blues
14. Uncle John’s Band

* only known performance of the Everly Brothers’ So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)
** with David Nelson & John Dawson
*** Bob Weir sings lead. Pigpen played the organ but did not sing any leads this night.

This is a combination of the two audience recordings available for this date: shnid 9379 (identity of taper not given) and shnid 122707 (taped by Jim Cooper). Since no soundboard circulates for this show, we are very fortunate indeed to have these two recordings. Thanks, guys!

Source 1 (shnid 9379): AUD>MC>C>C>D>CD>EAC>SHN
edits/encoding by J. Cotsman

Source 2 (shnid 122707): Jim Cooper’s Hitachi TRQ-222 Cassette recording > CDR > WAV > FLAC
Recorded by Jim Cooper using a Hitachi TRQ-222 Cassette recorder and 2 Hitachi microphones from Row H, about the 30th row, center.

Each source has advantages and disadvantages. 9379 is more complete and has less audience chatter during quiet passages, but it has more distortion during loud passages. Cooper’s recording is generally clearer, especially during loud passages, but it is less complete and has more microphone noise and audience chatter. Happily, these two recordings complement each other more often than not. For details on which source is used when, see the notes below.

NOTES

(1) The dates for this show (July 12) and the one preceding it (July 11) were incorrectly reversed in most previous sources. Many attendees have pointed out the error, and one of the tapers of the previous night’s show, Marty Weinberg, even announces helpfully, “It’s Saturday night, July 11, 1970.” (This announcement can be heard on shnid 108156, just before Easy Wind.) Both were “midnight shows,” so technically this show was performed in the early morning of Monday, July 13, but it is the concert billed as “July 12.”

(2) The provenance of the “Night of the Living Dead” introduction to the electric set is uncertain.
This music accompanied a film; some attendees remember this as a clip from “The Night of the Living Dead,” while reporter Tom Zito wrote afterwards of seeing “spacemen wrapped in plastic bags emerge from graves.” It has generally been assumed that the music was the film’s audio track. However, I think it is more likely that the Grateful Dead accompanied the film with a live improvisation. I have reached this tentative conclusion for three reasons:

(a) The music we hear is not from the soundtrack of The Night of the Living Dead.

(b) The introduction sounds like the Grateful Dead playing scary-movie music.

(c) On 9379, at a little over a minute into Morning Dew, a guy near the microphone says, “…[inaudible] one of the most cosmic versions of this song that I’ve ever heard, opening up like that [inaudible]. It was really scary.” Since the opening of Morning Dew itself is not unusual, he must have been referring to the “introduction,” and since he viewed the introduction as part of Morning Dew, he must have had reason to believe that the Grateful Dead performed it.

(3) I did not apply EQ or high-frequency noise reduction to either source. My edits were limited to volume, speed, cross-fades at the beginning and end of patches, and such elimination or reduction of drops, static, clicks, and bumps as I could obtain without losing any music. 122707 runs 3-5 percent slower than 9379; I matched the speed of 122707 to 9379 in all cases. Edits were done in WaveLab Elements 7, with gentle use of the iZotope Ozone Declicker.

(a) Acoustic Set:

A mono version of the left channel of 9379 supplies most of the acoustic set. From Monkey and the Engineer until A Voice From On High, the right channel of 9379 is mostly hiss and does not add to the listening experience. The taper fixed the problem after Rosalie McFall, so the final three songs are in stereo.

Friend of the Devil, missing in 9379, comes entirely from 122707. As luck would have it, this is the best-sounding recording of any acoustic tune captured in 122707. For the most part, the acoustic set in 122707 is plagued by mike noise, static, and loud audience chatter, but during FOTD, these problems are largely absent.

Given that this show includes the only known version of So Sad, I devoted special attention to this track. The performance is very delicate and hard to hear over the chattering of the audience. The version included here is a mono version of the left channel of 9379 until 1:18, at which point it becomes a matrix of the left channel of 9379 and the right channel of 122707. (The recording of So Sad on 122707 cuts in at this point, and the right channel is free of the static that plagues the left channel.) For the second half of the song, at least, this combination brings out more detail than any other approach that I could devise. (Many thanks to Light Into Ashes for the suggestion!) It is a beautiful performance; perhaps the band would have played the song again, if the audience had only shut up and listened.

(b) NRPS Set:

By the time NPRS takes the stage, both tapers have solved most of their technical difficulties. As noted above, 122707 is generally clearer than 9379, but it is incomplete and more vulnerable to audience chatter.
122707 supplies the first three songs and Lodi, and 9379 supplies the final four. Dirty Business and Last Lonely Eagle, the quieter songs, are composites. 9379 supplies the first 2:43 of Dirty Business, and 122707 supplies the rest. In 9379, Last Lonely Eagle is missing Garcia’s entire solo: it seems to have been deliberately cut out, perhaps because it was partially damaged. 122707 supplies the missing passage at 2:01-2:44, and for once the audience is relatively quiet.

(c) Electric Set:

9379 supplies the Night of the Living Dead introduction. Morning Dew is a composite: 122707 supplies the beginning and end, and 9379 supplies 0:35-4:14. 122707 supplies the rest of the set through I Know You Rider, which is patched with 9379 at 1:30-2:41 and 3:58-3:59. 122707 ends at that point, so 9379 is the only source for the final two tunes, Viola Lee Blues and Uncle John’s Band.

In several places, 122707 features protracted bursts of static in the right channel. I patched these with the left channel. This occurs in Casey Jones (1:05-1:51), Good Lovin’ (1:22-1:38, 2:22-3:18, 9:57-12:34), and China Cat Sunflower (2:49-2:53).

Enjoy!
Rob Darst
August 11, 2014

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – New York, NY (07/10/70)

grateful dead fillmore east 1970

Grateful Dead
7-10-70
Fillmore East,
New York, NY
gd70-07-10.aud-elevctric.cotsman.17351.sbeok.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

I posted the New Riders of the Purple Sage set here.

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 17351
AUD>MR>CD>EAC>SHN
recorded by Marty Weinberg on an Uher 5 inch open reel deck

–Electric Set–
301-d1t01 – Cold Rain & Snow (6:08)
302-d1t02 – Me & My Uncle (3:21)
303-d1t03 – /Easy Wind (8:55)
304-d1t04 – /New Minglewood Blues (4:04)
305-d1t05 – Alligator -> (3:57)
306-d1t06 – Drums -> (6:27)
307-d1t07 – Jam -> (1:55)
308-d1t08 – The Other One -> (4:38)
309-d1t09 – Attics of My Life -> (6:32)
310-d1t10 – The Other One -> (4:28)
311-d1t11 – Cryptical Envelopment -> (1:08)
312-d1t12 – Cosmic Charlie (7:20)
313-d2t01 – Good Lovin’ -> (2:55)
314-d2t02 – Drums -> (2:27)
315-d2t03 – China Cat Sunflower -> (5:38)
316-d2t04 – I Know You Rider -> (4:33)
317-d2t05 – Good Lovin’ (2:10)
318-d2t06 – crowd chatter (1:24)

–Encore–
319-d2t07 – Not Fade Away (10:13)

–disc 1 total time–58:58
–disc 2 total time–29:24–

Comments from original uploader:
–This set (minus NFA) has often circulated as the 6-24-70 early show, or
the 6-25-70 late show. This is now strongly believed to be from the July
Fillmore East run, and 7-10 is the most likely date.
A recently circulating excerpt from Weinberg’s reels supplies the NFA.
This version matches no other from the year, and is clearly stated to be the
encore from the Fillmore East. It is possible that it could be from 7-9.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – New York, NY (02/12/70)

grateful dead - New York - 1970-02-12-Uganos

GRATEFUL DEAD
02-12-1970
UNGANO’S NIGHT CLUB
NEW YORK CITY, NY
gd7-02-12.sbd.serafin.88908.sbefixed.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

This isa flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 88908
LINEAGE:
SBD > 8 TRACK 1″ RTR @ 7.5 I.P.S. > MASTER ARCHIVE 24-BIT D > SSSB

Originally uploaded exclusively to GDLive.com by John “Jay” Serafin,
owner & chief audio engineer of Serafin Station Studio B
“Making Kindness Dubs For Everyone!”
No Copyright Infringements… EVER!
Web Info: http://home.attbi.com/~kinddubs
E-Mail: surgeon_of_sound@attbi.com

This an sbefixed version shnid=5932

–Setlist–
101-d1t01 Cold Rain & Snow
102-d1t02 Beat It On Down the Line (5)
103-d1t03 Good Lovin’ ->
104-d1t04 Drums ->
105-d1t05 Good Lovin’
106-d1t06 Mama Tried ->
107-d1t07 Black Peter
108-d1t08 Hard to Handle
109-d1t09 Saint Stephen ->
110-d1t10 Not Fade Away
111-d1t11 Casey Jones

–total time–0:56:18.447–

Caveat from the original uploader:
There is much discussion & disagreement as to the actual date & venue of this show. Many argue that this is actually the 2/13/70 early show at Fillmore East.
The database lists shnid=9191 as the 2/13 early show. In fact, shnid=9191 is the exact same as shnid=5932. For more detail, read the text & comments
following at http://db.etree.org/shn/5932 and http://db.etree.org/shn/9191

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – New York, NY (09/26/69)

grateful dead - fillmore east

Grateful Dead
9/26/69
Fillmore East,
New York City, NY

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 14856
audience recording (early show?)

–Songlist–
101 – //Dark Star ->
102 – St. Stephen ->
103 – The //Eleven ->
104 – I’m a King Bee ->
105 – Death Don’t Have No Mercy//

–total time–44:29–

notes:
– The beginning of Dark Star is cut, probably a couple minutes are gone.
– splice in Eleven at 0:55: perhaps a minute is missing
– cut in The Eleven at 2:46
– Death Don’t cuts out near the end

This is a minor upgrade to the previously circulating version
( http://db.etree.org/shn/9376 ),
hiss and distortion are less present.

At least the first 20 minutes clearly sound better,the quality worsens at about
23 minutes and I am unsure which tape actually sounds “better”. To repeat the
comment of the JJoops/Jack Warner seed, “This recording is not stellar in sound
quality, and therefore might be better suited to the completists and fans of early Dead.”

Seeded by Uli Teute and Hanno Bunjes
January 2003

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – New York, NY (11/17/93)

bob dylan - new york - 1993 - supper club soundboards

Bob Dylan
The Supper Club
New York City, New York.
November 17th 1993
Late Show

Download: FLAC/MP3

LB-9366

I’ve previously posted the previous night’s show at the supperclub (LB-9366) here and The Complete Supper Club (LB-6207) here. I have updated the Complete Supper Club as I believe my previous posting was missing a song or two from the MP3 files.

Soundboard: excellent quality

Bootleg-silver>eac>flac-level8>EF CheckSum Manager>btcompletedir>hc>you
Bootleg WLR-2062

Tracks 6 and 8 on disc 2 fixed with cool edit.

Tracklist:

1.) Ragged And Dirty (acoustic w band)
2.) Lay Lady Lay (acoustic w band)
3.) Tight Connection To My Heart (Has Anybody Seen My Love) (acoustic w band)
4.) Weeping Willow (acoustic w band)
5.) Delia (acoustic w band)
6.) Jim Jones (acoustic w band)
7.) Queen Jane Approximately (acoustic w band)
8.) Ring Them Bells (acoustic w band)
9.) Jack-A-Roe (acoustic w band)
10.) Forever Young (acoustic w band)
11.) I Shall Be Released (acoustic w band)

Total Time = 67:37

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Lou Reed – New York, NY (10/30/76)

lou reed - geneva university - 1976front

Lou Reed
Geneva University, New York, USA.
October 30 1976

Download: FLAC/MP3

Sony 153 & AKG mikes
Maxell tape
Transfered cassette to CD using ‘stereo’ – no PC involved
recorded by ODoc55

Above CD > Audacity + CD Wave (editing / track splitting ONLY, no audio processing) > TLH > FLAC

01 Sweet Jane
02 I Believe in Love
03 Lisa Says
04 Kicks
05 Lisa Says
06 Waiting For My Man
07 Sheltered Life
08 Kids
09 Claim to Fame
10 Vicious Circle
11 Coney Island Baby
12 Rock and Roll Heart
13 Charley’s Girl
14 Kill Your Sons
15 Satellite of Love

CD 2

01 How Do You Think It Feels
02 Temporary Thing
03 Rock and Roll
04 Heroin
05 Sister Ray [slows down / cuts out]

From the original uploader
This is a great recording! Excellent stereo sound…just a little wow and flutter (speed ‘wobble’) creeps in here and there (at it’s worst on the last couple of tracks on CD 2), and Sister Ray gets cut off. Overall it’s a magnificient recording for it’s time, or for any time for that matter – as good as many mixing desk or FM recording, and a great ‘feel’ to it. Forget the dry sound of some mixing desk and certain well known tapers uploads … this sounds like being there!

The date is slightly puzzling…according to doc it was 30th October, but other records suggest Lou played Philadelphia on that date. We wanted to get this online, and perhaps someone can help on the date? As you will hear it’s a great recording, and I’ve had upping this on my ‘to do’ list for a while, so here you are.

On the technical side, no audio processing was done : ODoc55 pointed out no PC was used for the transfer to disc. To get this onto Dime, using a PC was kind of essential, but I did no audio processing : aside from noting how precious some Lou fans can be about that, there was no need. The only work done was sorting out the track splits, they needed some tidying up, and that was done very carefully.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Blood on the Tracks: New York Sessions

bob dylan - blood on the tracks new york sessions

Bob Dylan
Blood on the Tracks NY Sessions

Download: FLAC/MP3

Flac>Wav>Wave corrector>Wav>Flac Level 6

1. Tangled Up In Blue
2. Simple Twist Of Fate
3. You’re A Big Girl Now
4. Idiot Wind
5. You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go
6. Meet Me In The morning
7. Lily, Rosemary And The Jack Of Hearts
8. If You See Her Say Hello
9. Shelter From The Storm
10. Buckets Of Rain

From the original uploader:
I spent a number of hours manually declicking this. Anyone who has used Wave Corrector knows that manually declicking is done visually as much as aurally. That is, you listen for a click then check it visually. Genuine clicks have a visual signature, completely different from anything produced by a voice or instrument. So, no one need worry. I haven’t erased any extra-musical sounds, such as those produced by a guitar pick or shirt button, for our purposes they’re considered part of the music.

While I was at it I removed the double chord hit at the start of track 3 ( they were virtually identical at the highest zoom level, a control of dynamics beyond creatures of flesh and bone), anyway, obviously an error made when the Silver was produced. I also retracked everything, as one track (can’t remember which) began at the end of the previous one.

While, due to my fiddling, some might not consider this the ‘real thing’, it’s definitely an upgrade.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Eric Clapton – New York, NY (07/13/74)

eric clapton - new york - 1974 - bright lights in blues city

Eric Clapton
1974-07-13
New York, NY
“Bright Lights in Blues City” (Big Music BIG 033) *SBD*
Big Music – Big 033 – SB 5

Download: FLAC/MP3

Track List:
1) Smile
2) Let it Grow
3) Can’t Find My Way Home
4) Wille and the hand Jive
5) Let it Rain
6) Key to the Highway
7) Blues Power / Have You Ever Loved a Woman
8) Layla / Presence of the Lord
9) Steady Rollin Man / Crossroads

Geetarz Comments:

The date on the CD jacket is incorrectly listed as July 14, 1974.

Remember the old days? I think this was one of the first CD boots I ever bought. Back then you’d have to wait for the post to bring
“Goldmine” magazine, which at that point was a roughly telephone sized tabloid (well, I exaggerate) and if you spent hours poring
over the ads you’d come across cryptic titles, send your postal money order to Germany, or Luxembourg, or Italy ($25/single,
$50/double, plus postage) and wait, and if you were lucky, a couple of months later you’d get a package in the mail and voila! You’d
have some idea of what you had just purchased.

Back then the idea of just having tons of cool stuff available at your fingertips on a torrent site was the thing of science fiction.
Not to mention having so much information and feedback easily available.

So here it is, a fun show. I certainly enjoyed playing it today, and I hope you do, too!

Silver > Plextor PX-712a > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure) > FLAC > You !

Artwork, info file, checksums (FFP, MD5, and ST5), and EAC Logs included.

A scan of the original silver disc is also included. Even if you have this title in your collection, you may appreciate this version,
with known lineage.

Please note, a “whole-torrent” MD5 is also included, which will verify that all the contents remain unchanged.

Reseeds are welcome, and encouraged – share the tunes!

Torrenting Supervision and Moral Support by Cody the Codependent Husky.