This is a tagged version of shnid: 85339
FOB AKG 300B/CK91 -> DAT -> DAT
Tascam DA-30 -(S/PDIF)-> Diamond XTreme SC -> Cool Edit Pro -> CDWave -> FLAC (Level8)
Transfer By: Scott Swayne (altheasboy) in 2007
** This is the 48k transfer from DAT. Down-sampling to 44.1k required for burning to audio CD. **
Tracks numbered by set, not by disk.
s1t02 Jack Straw
s1t04 Little Red Rooster
s1t05 Friend Of The Devil
s1t06 El Paso
s1t07 So Many Roads
s1t08 Promised Land
s2t02 Aiko Aiko
s2t03 Long Way To Go Home
s2t04 Saint Of Circumstance >
s2t05 New Speedway Boogie >
s2t06 That Would Be Something >
s2t07 Drums >
s2t08 Space >
s2t09 The Days Between
s2t10 One More Saturday Night
s2t12 (e) Black Muddy River
Hornsby on Piano for this show.
No known flaws.
From DATs borrowed from Neil Sturtevant long ago, the return of which is seriously overdue.
You can find the Grateful Dead’s opening set here.
Excellent Audience, high levels throughout
SchoepsCMC64 > Oade P/S > Casio DA7 > CDR > CDWAVE > FLAC5
Watching the River Flow
Mama You’ve been on my Mind
One too many mornings
What good am I
Like a Rolling Stone
Train to Cry w/Jerry Garcia
Rainy Day Women w/Jerry Garcia
From the original uploader:
My friend Pete recorded this show.
I jumped on Dylantree to get more info and it looks like this
show is a popular boot called Summer Nights. I hope this wasn’t
commercially released. If it is, I’ll pull it. I did copy some
artwork and photos though from summer nights into this torrent.
I thought I would upload this alternate source because the sound
is amazing and there is source info.
Pete split his CDs differently than “Summer Nights” but I think
fans will enjoy the long second CD.
Once again, I realize probably everyone has this show already
especially with Jerry Garcia coming out for last 2 songs.
I just wanted to offer up the alternate source because Pete
does make nice tapes.
Robert F. Kennedy Stadium
Dylan played a set at this gig, you can find it here.
Wang Dang Doodle
Jack A Roe
Box Of Rain, Rain
Samson & Delilah
Ship of Fools
Rollin’ & Tumblin’->
Samba In The Rain->
Not Fade Away
E: Brokedown Palace
This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 2236
* Weir on acoustic.
Bruce Horsby on piano for entire show
I’m still making my way through organizing (and posting) all the Dead boots in my boxes. I was working my way through them chronology but I got bored and decided to do some later stuff. Pretty much everyone knows the shows from 1995 mostly sucked, but at least this one has Hornsby.