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PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 10:22 pm    Post subject: Points of Light #s 21-25 Reply with quote

#25 7/5/1981 Zoo Ampitheatre, Oklahoma City, OK
#24 10/4/1981 Rainbow Theater, London , England
#23 11/1/1979 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY
#22 6/8/1980 Folsom Field, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
#21 4/17/1982 Civic Center, Hartford, CT


Well you guys probably are not shocked that these Kasems are not filled with 1988 shows, and here we are strictly within 1979-1982 early Brent. All of these shows really go the extra mile, and present some out-of-the ordinary GD music. Interestingly, if I had to pick the one that is most consistent to start to finish, it may be the Rainbow (#24). Sailor-Saint fans can rejoice now, with 3 S/Ss out of 5. Also of note are a couple of crucial Shakedowns - #25 and #21. #23 has one of the greatest pre-drums 2nd Sets of the entire Brent Era - it's Scarlet-Fire not under-rated in the least - and #22 is pretty much another gem from this period of prime Jerry.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 9:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

First, I need to ask why you've been putting an "X" before the European country names in your fuller reviews of the shows?
Second, a statement regarding the disappointing participation, particularly by people who were initially excited.
Third, I do love talking about these shows.
Fourth, it has been pretty cool getting eyeball witness stories from Zephyr on the applicable shows.
Fifth, I find the snapchat app to be absolutely lame and pointless, and my statement completely incompatible to any idea within this forum.
Sixth, I'm really going to have to question how 4/17/82 got so highly rated, though I do remember liking it. I could definitely pick about 10 shows already posted that I would think were better, based on my spotty memory and a systemless rating scheme.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 12:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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First, I need to ask why you've been putting an "X" before the European country names in your fuller reviews of the shows?

It's because he's doing unedited copy/pastes from

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. That also accounts for the near-universal absence of "Space" after drums and a variety of other set-list anomalies. Nothing major, just a few nuances are missing, like jams after China Doll, etc.

Swami: if you want edit suggestions before you repost this project to other sites just let me know; I'd be happy to assist with findings. [Example: Spanish Jam at 10/4/81.]

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 1:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, deadlists.com, in my reckoning, is vastly superior to the others, when it comes to GD.

deadbase.com is faulty as heck
As is setlists.net
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 2:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Yes, deadlists.com, in my reckoning, is vastly superior to the others, when it comes to GD.

deadbase.com is faulty as heck
As is setlists.net

Yeah, but I totally get why Swami is doing it this way: the copy/paste is very clean from setlists.com and the errors are far and few between. I'd rather fix an occasional error than have to laboriously reformat all the setlists. Also, setlists.com is an active site and the guy who owns it will make fixes if you email him. Deadbase has been derelict for a decade or more.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 2:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I'm really going to have to question how 4/17/82 got so highly rated, though I do remember liking it. I could definitely pick about 10 shows already posted that I would think were better, based on my spotty memory and a systemless rating scheme.

Now I know what my lunchtime listening will be. I, or one of my elves, will report back in due time.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 4:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Kochman wrote:
Yes, deadlists.com, in my reckoning, is vastly superior to the others, when it comes to GD.

deadbase.com is faulty as heck
As is setlists.net

Yeah, but I totally get why Swami is doing it this way: the copy/paste is very clean from setlists.com and the errors are far and few between. I'd rather fix an occasional error than have to laboriously reformat all the setlists. Also, setlists.com is an active site and the guy who owns it will make fixes if you email him. Deadbase has been derelict for a decade or more.

Au contraire mon friar... I would argue that Deadbase is at least as accurate as Setlists, when it comes to GD.
Also, not that it should need to be updated unless there are errors to fix... I mean, the music is no longer changing at this point...
That being said, it was last updated:
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Version 1.11 - July 14, 2012


I agree, it is a pain in the butt to reformat the lists from deadlists, but the accuracy (often including times) is pretty cool.

I think I will move back to using deadlists (had been using deadbase for ease of use), that 30 seconds of reformatting is worth it.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 5:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Zephyr wrote:
Kochman wrote:
Yes, deadlists.com, in my reckoning, is vastly superior to the others, when it comes to GD.

deadbase.com is faulty as heck
As is setlists.net

Yeah, but I totally get why Swami is doing it this way: the copy/paste is very clean from setlists.com and the errors are far and few between. I'd rather fix an occasional error than have to laboriously reformat all the setlists. Also, setlists.com is an active site and the guy who owns it will make fixes if you email him. Deadbase has been derelict for a decade or more.

Au contraire mon friar... I would argue that Deadbase is at least as accurate as Setlists, when it comes to GD.
Also, not that it should need to be updated unless there are errors to fix... I mean, the music is no longer changing at this point...
That being said, it was last updated:
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Version 1.11 - July 14, 2012


I agree, it is a pain in the butt to reformat the lists from deadlists, but the accuracy (often including times) is pretty cool.

I think I will move back to using deadlists (had been using deadbase for ease of use), that 30 seconds of reformatting is worth it.

Deadlists is definitely the premier site for accuracy. I really never go to Deadbase at all; the 2012 update notwithstanding (whatever it was), my experience was that it was inaccurate and clunky. I like Setlist's easy functionality and the comments usually point out inaccuracies. For cut-and-paste I've recently started using the Archive since it is both accurate and gives the lists in continuous strands which makes posting more compact. I like Swami's use of the more traditional stacked list since it makes scanning the show for highlights easier.

I've recently been using the killer tandem of Deadlists and the Archive: plug the Swami date into Deadlists and then ricochet over to the Archive from the recording hotlinks. Bam, downloading can commence. Cool

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 5:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am using Deadlists.net not dot com actually, and yes I appreciate the edit notifications. As I go back through the list, I've been editing my grammar and such, but I need to also revisit the set list information. I probably should have allowed a longer time period for this rollout, as I vastly under-estimated how time consuming it is. In fact, throughout this project I have repeatedly under-estimated the time commitment involved.

As for 4/17/82, while I would concur that there are a couple dull moments in the First Set, I think that II is pretty awesome. No chance I would change it to a "Medium" within my methodology, so I'm comfortable with where it ended up. If I tried to think about overall strength of performance and rank accordingly, I would quickly end up in a looney bin.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 5:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, the stacking is part of how I will be formatting the deadlists stuff.
I've found that Archive sometimes uses deadbase, as I uncovered some error recently in one of my reviews where a FOTD was mislisted.

Yes, the linking at deadlists is nice, but sometimes slow to update.
I usually go to a show at archive, select "(check for other copies)"
and when every show from that date pops up, then compare lineage and equipment used for the DL between sources.

That's not always accurate either, of course.


Speaking of 4/17/82... I'm not really finding what Swami found.
First set has some level of energy, but also a good amount of bumbling around in El Paso and Jack-A-Roe...
I found the Shakedown and Sailor pedestrian... the Saint picked up, but the "circumstancial jam" without Jerry is reminiscent of lounge music.
I'm confused because I know I like this one before!
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 6:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Speaking of 4/17/82... I'm not really finding what Swami found. First set has some level of energy, but also a good amount of bumbling around in El Paso and Jack-A-Roe...

Other than 11/2/84 that's the worst El Paso I've ever heard. Weir was having trouble from the start and never found the groove. The rest of set one is just average. I'll check out set two tonight.

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Speaking of 4/17/82... I'm not really finding what Swami found. First set has some level of energy, but also a good amount of bumbling around in El Paso and Jack-A-Roe...

Other than 11/2/84 that's the worst El Paso I've ever heard. Weir was having trouble from the start and never found the groove. The rest of set one is just average. I'll check out set two tonight.

Curious to see if you checked it out and your thoughts?
I'm preparing the tar for this one, if you've got the feathers.

I'm actually rather surprised at this making it this high on the list, given that I feel it is clearly in the "medium" range, which would mean a 0.5 versus a 1.0.
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Kochman wrote:
Speaking of 4/17/82... I'm not really finding what Swami found. First set has some level of energy, but also a good amount of bumbling around in El Paso and Jack-A-Roe...

Other than 11/2/84 that's the worst El Paso I've ever heard. Weir was having trouble from the start and never found the groove. The rest of set one is just average. I'll check out set two tonight.

Curious to see if you checked it out and your thoughts?
I'm preparing the tar for this one, if you've got the feathers.

I'm actually rather surprised at this making it this high on the list, given that I feel it is clearly in the "medium" range, which would mean a 0.5 versus a 1.0.

I didn't get to set two, but I did get to the Christmas letter task! Huzzah! I also baked cookies for all my colleagues at work. Booyah! Now all that's left is some Amazon shopping for my troublesome sisters and figuring out some nice things for my better half.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 19, 2013 1:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good, nearly last minute, work!
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 19, 2013 1:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Good, nearly last minute, work!

I'm working superfast to get it all done before the snowman melts.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 19, 2013 2:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I re-listened to Set 2 as a sanity check, and loved it as I have every time I've heard it. Cool

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Well, I didn't listen to the entire 2nd set, or 1st set... but enough to know I wouldn't rate it higher than a medium.
You've always like 1982 more than me, so this is just a difference in our personal preferences.
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Another point of confusion...
Recommended source, you wrote:
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SBD (never Bertha remaster)


That's the only SBD. There is a partial soundboard.

1) Why "never Bertha remaster"? Never? Am I missing something about the Bertha Remasters?
2) Which source are you using?
3) I don't see how the source would make much difference for me, since tempo was the primary issue in the 2nd set for me.
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Another point of confusion...
Recommended source, you wrote:
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SBD (never Bertha remaster)


1) Why "never Bertha remaster"? Never? Am I missing something about the Bertha Remasters?

"Bertha Remasters" have been heavily processed to produce an end result that the guy who invented the "Bertha" process likes, but listening to them is like eating some kind of wacky processed food: intriguing at first, but after a while all you can taste are the demonic chemicals. With Bertha, strange things happen to the vocals, in particular. Here's an IA discussion about them:


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 19, 2013 7:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Speaking of 4/17/82... I'm not really finding what Swami found. First set has some level of energy, but also a good amount of bumbling around in El Paso and Jack-A-Roe...

Other than 11/2/84 that's the worst El Paso I've ever heard. Weir was having trouble from the start and never found the groove. The rest of set one is just average. I'll check out set two tonight.

Curious to see if you checked it out and your thoughts?
I'm preparing the tar for this one, if you've got the feathers.

I'm actually rather surprised at this making it this high on the list, given that I feel it is clearly in the "medium" range, which would mean a 0.5 versus a 1.0.

I gave set two a listen during lunch and an afternoon break. My only complaint about set two is Garcia bailing after Saint. Gutting the power slot like that (the Weir/Mydland compensatory jam notwithstanding) is like hitting into a double bogey: the rest of the show, to say nothing of the set, needs to be spectacular to make up the lost ground. They definitely pull out the stops, post drums, but the end result, especially when you factor in a mediocre first set, is a middle-tier show with killer highlights.

Once again, though, as has happened so many times with this project, I'm grateful that the Swami Algorithm brought the show to my attention. The Space-UJB-NFA-Rat chunk is 35-minutes of Yes, Indeed!

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 20, 2013 12:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, I did check out the post-space segment, and it was solid.
I liked the Saint a lot, but as you mention, Garcia bailing (as he was prone to do) in the power slot was disappointing.

Thanks for the info about bertha!
As I go through the remaking of the HD I will be sure to avoid them.
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Another point of confusion...
Recommended source, you wrote:
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SBD (never Bertha remaster)


1) Why "never Bertha remaster"? Never? Am I missing something about the Bertha Remasters?

"Bertha Remasters" have been heavily processed to produce an end result that the guy who invented the "Bertha" process likes, but listening to them is like eating some kind of wacky processed food: intriguing at first, but after a while all you can taste are the demonic chemicals. With Bertha, strange things happen to the vocals, in particular. Here's an IA discussion about them:


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I've consistently had bad listening experiences with Bertha re-masters and have just decided to steer clear of them in favor of other SBD options.

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Another point of confusion...
Recommended source, you wrote:
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SBD (never Bertha remaster)


That's the only SBD. There is a partial soundboard.

1) Why "never Bertha remaster"? Never? Am I missing something about the Bertha Remasters?
2) Which source are you using?
3) I don't see how the source would make much difference for me, since tempo was the primary issue in the 2nd set for me.



I think that this is a pretty good 2nd Set source:

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Certainly tastes differ, but a) I'm surprised you guys didn't really dig this Shakedown - I find it to be a clear step above the highly-touted 4/6/82 Philly effort, and b) Jerry "bailing" after Saint is made up for with the UJB; since, after all, if you move the UJB from post-Space to post-Saint, you have a standard format Set 2.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 20, 2013 1:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have replaced the Bertha show with the AUD and SBD as you've pointed out.
Thank you for that!

So little time, so many shows.
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Certainly tastes differ, but a) I'm surprised you guys didn't really dig this Shakedown - I find it to be a clear step above the highly-touted 4/6/82 Philly effort, and b) Jerry "bailing" after Saint is made up for with the UJB; since, after all, if you move the UJB from post-Space to post-Saint, you have a standard format Set 2.

The Shakedown was OK, but I like versions that have gnarlier syncopated vocals before the jam and a punchier delivery throughout.

I take your point about the placement of UJB, but one of my failings as an objective reviewer is that I'm an unreconstructed structuralist. If shows fall short of my picky-deadhead ideal in any one of several ways I have a hard time getting past an almost visceral disappointment. It didn't do me much good on tour and does me even less good 20 years later. That being said, I still can't get behind the idea that a banner post-drums fully compensates for a stunted pre-drums. If I had been a roadie I would have put time-release chains on Garcia that would have only released him after 45 minutes. And, AND, I would have installed a tractor beam to drag him (and Lesh) back onstage after 10 minutes of drums. ALSO, I would have used a mild electroshock system to deter them, with Pavlovian conditioning, from playing Around and Around. I'm sure they would have agreed that these interventions were in the best interest of all involved.

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If I had been a roadie I would have put time-release chains on Garcia that would have only released him after 45 minutes. And, AND, I would have installed a tractor beam to drag him (and Lesh) back onstage after 10 minutes of drums. ALSO, I would have used a mild electroshock system to deter them, with Pavlovian conditioning, from playing Around and Around. I'm sure they would have agreed that these interventions were in the best interest of all involved.

Genius, of course, the Aroundx2 restriction would only have been applied for this and the Vince eras, I assume, certainly not pre-retirement... certainly.
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#25 7/5/1981 Zoo Ampitheatre, Oklahoma City, OK

...a couple of crucial Shakedowns - #25 and #21.


The Shakedown jam at the Zoo is so freakin' tasty. A great example of a show that doled out its pinnacle achievement before the latecomers found their seats. Nothing too shabby about the rest of the show, but the Shakedown jam is truly primo: Garcia takes his time and finds things to say.

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#24 10/4/1981 Rainbow Theater, London, England

If I had to pick the one that is most consistent to start to finish, it may be the Rainbow (#24).

Lunch got buoyed by a big chunk of pre-drums Rainbow Theater. Yowza! What a great Scarlet-Fire, and the middle jam of Saint is spectacular. I know I've heard this show (to say nothing of Zoo '81) before, but these two puppies deliver the good in spades.

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Interestingly, that S>F doesn't quite do it for me. No good reason, I put it down to wanting more punch than melody in my listening recently.
10/4's S>F very similar to the one from 10/8/81, so if you like it, you'll likely enjoy that one as well.
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