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Kochman Calamity Series - 4/1/84 Marin Veterans

 
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 18, 2014 7:36 pm    Post subject: Kochman Calamity Series - 4/1/84 Marin Veterans Reply with quote

04/01/84 Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium, San Rafael, CA (Sun)
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Jack Straw [5:48] ;
Friend Of The Devil [8:30] ;
Me And My Uncle [3:14] >
Mexicali Blues [4:51] ;
Big Railroad Blues [5:33] ;
Cassidy [5:15] ;
Tennessee Jed [#7:33] ;
My Brother Esau [4:30] >
Don't Ease Me In [3:12]

Help On The Way [3:12] >
Slipknot! [5:29] >
Franklin's Tower [11:27] >
Samson And Delilah [7:32] ;
Terrapin Station [12:18] >
Drums [4:37#] >
Space [4:48] >
Morning Dew [12:19] ;
I Need A Miracle [3:18] >
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [7:29] >
Good Lovin' [8:27]

Encore: Touch Of Grey [6:35]

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Jack Straw opens it up with Brent using the Spring 84 "laser" effect to great effect. One of the best FOTDs of the era comes next, with more laser, a great Bob solo, Jerry solo, and crashdown. Early energy high here, A+. Jerry doesn't let up in Mama Tried as MAMA>Mexicali sustains us until the nearly perfect Big RR. A soaring Cassidy features some X factor magic and a strange beginning to the jam section. A TN Jed harkening me back, not to TN, but to the Golden Era in terms of tempo and performance, another A+. Phil is rollerblading at a rapid velocity during Esau, which also features great Brent, though for some reason Jer is a bit low.

Help>Slip>Frank is always a welcome sight on a setlist, and this is no exception. Brent branches away from Jerry, and reunites with him, both occurring several times during the Slipknot which has a nice crashdown before the reprise. Franklin maintains the energy and right out of that we get the drum beat of Samson & Delilah for the Sunday sermon. Rocking Jerry and great percussion/bass work with Brent keeping the church organ at a pace it's only used by rockstars. Terrapin Station fits into the powerslot snuggly with two nice Fan solos, including veering away from the more typical notes in the latter. In the outro jam we get nice work from Bob, adding some swirling dervishes behind Jerry.

Is that a "Jaws" theme in space? After that I could have sworn they were headed to the Wheel, instead a nice delay effect on Jerry's guitar has us noodling through this idea and eerily to do the Dew. Powerful Phil and noodle/fanning Jerry are highlighted by an aggressive Bob and filling Brent. Bob wants some more action and makes the Miracle call in the ashes of the Dew. A smoking GDTRFB leads us to a rant laden Good Lovin' to push back the night.
Touch of Grey closes us out. The dog can't read at 17, folks.
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Performance Summary
The 1st set is consistent and fun. Great setlist to boot. The pre-drums segment doesn't have a weakness, maintaining the show well with a similarly salivation inducing choice of songs. Post space maintains the energy and again some nice songs. Touch is sloppy, but it was a long night!

Sound Quality
A+. Everything is well balanced with no discernible hiss.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 01, 2014 9:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Killer show - 30 years ago today. Listening to it now. Plenty of highlights in both sets, but I'm especially partial to the Help/Slip/Franklin. Cool

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 02, 2014 7:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, a clear winner from Spring 84!
Should there ever be an 84 official release, maybe this show will get the nod. Until then, 84 continues to ride the Lavatla/Lemieux bench...
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