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11/08/70 Portchester Acoustic

 
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Duderino



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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 1:12 pm    Post subject: 11/08/70 Portchester Acoustic Reply with quote

Wow. I was getting a little burned out on the GD - been leaning heavily on the early 80's and late 70's and no setlist looked appealing. But I didnt feel like listening to anything else. What's a head to do?? So I decided to switch gears and put on some good ole GD from that hallowed year of 1970. Hadnt listened to this one in a long time. Now I feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Wonderful versions of the acoustic stuff - El Paso is killer. Jerry is skipping all over the fretboard.
And best of all - this is a fucking AUD!!! I dont know how they got such a good, clear recording (apparently the staff of the capitol theatre recorded it??) but this is excellent quality, especially the acoustic set. HIghly recommended.

Disc One 57:35
Acoustic Set
1. Dire Wolf 5:23
2. I Know You Rider 10:16
3. Dark Hollow 4:37
4. Rosalie McFall 4:07
5. El Paso 6:17
6. Operator 4:34
7. Ripple 5:38
8. Friend of the Devil 5:24
9. Wake Up Little Susie 4:34
10. Uncle John's Band 6:42

Disc Two 55:24
NRPS set
1. /Six Days on the Road 2:57
2. /Superman 3:26
3. /Whatcha Gonna Do 4:27
4. /Glendale Train 5:14
5. /All I Ever Wanted 7:49
6. /Fair Chance to Know 3:57
7. /Portland Woman 5:32
8. /Cecilia 4:21
9. /Truck Drivin' Man 3:10
10. /Last Lonely Eagle 6:37
11. /Louisiana Lady 3:39
12. /Honky Tonk Women 4:55

Disc Three 51:24
Electric Set
1. Morning Dew 11:32
2. Me and My Uncle 3:23
3. Mystery Train > 3:39
4. My Babe 3:15
5. Around and Around 3:21
6. New Orleans > 4:32
7. Searchin' 6:10
8. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue 10:32
9. Casey Jones 4:55

Disc Four 75:26
1. Truckin' > 8:36
2. Dark Star > 16:37
3. The Main Ten > 5:36
4. Dancin' in the Stars Jam > 3:05
5. Dancing In The Street 10:49
6. Drums > 0:28
7. Not Fade Away > 4:44
8. Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad > 8:00
9. Not Fade Away > 2:38
10. Drums > 0:28
11. Good Lovin' > 1:58
12. Drums > 4:12
13. Good Lovin' 8:13

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 2:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I generally don't listen much to acoustic... but... as far as this show goes, I LOVE the ELECTRIC sets!

The last main ten here, which is what attracted me to it in the beginning. Of course, the 1st electric set is full of rarities as well, my favorite being... "Frieght traaaaaaaaaaaain"

Great show, and definitely a change of pace show from the 80s!

Dave, do me a favor... check out 9/13/93, seriously... there is a change of pace for you too. Or 9/22/93 if you want some sax in your dead.
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Duderino



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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 3:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not a fan of Cheesy Answers but the rest of these sets look tasty! 93 is always a nice change of pace. I think I've listened to parts of 9/13 before. I'll check them out.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 5:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Duderino wrote:
Not a fan of Cheesy Answers


I think Swami and I are the only documented fans of this song.
I would recommend 9/13 first.

Not to take away from this show.. Sorry I took us off topic. This is definitely a favorite of mine from the early days.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 10:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have always been a fan of this show....I remember this was one of my first ever downloaded dead shows off etree...I will be giving it another listen tomorrow....Thanks for reminding me....LAter
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 11:44 pm    Post subject: Too Weird Reply with quote

This is too weird since I had just finished doing my first review of Fall 1970 for the Best Sources Project and had New Orleans>Searchin' from this show on my headphones when I ran into this post! I freaking LOVE THIS SHOW! This is easily one of my favorite all time Grateful Dead recordings.. You are so right about the acoustic set too. I love the "Godzilla vs King Kong" stage chatter during the set too
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Weir: ."Of course you all realize we're all missing Godzilla vs King Kong on TV..."
Garcia: "He's a mean motherf*cker...and later on we're missing "The 39 Steps"
Weir: "Its a remake.."
Garcia: It is? Oh bummer.."
Weir "So you're not missin' nothing later on. but right now you're missing King Kong vs Godzilla and I hope to tell ya... I didn't get to see King Kong, but Godzilla, he was one motherf*cker. He spit fire, radioactive fire, and blows things up.."
And so begins the intro to Rosalie McFall..

To answer Duderinos question on how they got such a fine sounding audience recording, well a Capitol Theatre security guard by the name of Ken Lee & his wife Judy recorded it with the venue owners permission from the balcony with their microphones spread out 20-25 feet on the balcony rail! Who is going to hassle security about taping? They also recorded the legendary 6/24/70 epic at the same theatre from the balcony railing and the 3/21/70 show too!
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 7:11 am    Post subject: Re: Too Weird Reply with quote

SkyDawg wrote:
This is too weird since I had just finished doing my first review of Fall 1970 for the Best Sources Project and had New Orleans>Searchin' from this show on my headphones when I ran into this post! I freaking LOVE THIS SHOW! This is easily one of my favorite all time Grateful Dead recordings.. You are so right about the acoustic set too. I love the "Godzilla vs King Kong" stage chatter during the set too
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Weir: ."Of course you all realize we're all missing Godzilla vs King Kong on TV..."
Garcia: "He's a mean motherf*cker...and later on we're missing "The 39 Steps"
Weir: "Its a remake.."
Garcia: It is? Oh bummer.."
Weir "So you're not missin' nothing later on. but right now you're missing King Kong vs Godzilla and I hope to tell ya... I didn't get to see King Kong, but Godzilla, he was one motherf*cker. He spit fire, radioactive fire, and blows things up.."
And so begins the intro to Rosalie McFall..

To answer Duderinos question on how they got such a fine sounding audience recording, well a Capitol Theatre security guard by the name of Ken Lee & his wife Judy recorded it with the venue owners permission from the balcony with their microphones spread out 20-25 feet on the balcony rail! Who is going to hassle security about taping? They also recorded the legendary 6/24/70 epic at the same theatre from the balcony railing and the 3/21/70 show too!


Thanks for the info. I knew it was something like that. Love the 6/24/70 show too. Excellent recording. You can hear the music but occasionally a stoned comment to "keep it real" Yeah the godzilla banter is classic..Listening to Darkstar from 11/8. This is when it is nice to work from home - a loud interstellar 1970 Darkstar crashing through the still dawn...

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 02, 2008 2:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Listening to this show AGAIN. there is just something about this show that a few days before I listen to it...I start thinking about it -Like I'm being drawn to it. It's just so goddamn comfortable Cool
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 12:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is a great show that I didn't ever hear as a young Head. Awesome, primal stuff. It gets so quiet during DS. I hope they kicked the crap out of whoever was yelling "woooooh!" during those really still moments.
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