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PostPosted: Sat Dec 20, 2008 11:32 am    Post subject: Recording Quality Reviews of 1966 Reply with quote

1966-00-00 Various Locations

CD #1
Possibly 2/12/66 - 7"reel 1/2 track at 7.5 IPS:
Viola Lee Blues
Don't Ease Me In
Tastebud

"Longshoreman's Hall 1st Night" - 7" Reel 1/2 Track @ 15IPS:
Beat It On Down The Line
Schoolgirl>You Don't Love Me>Schoolgirl (original reel cuts)

Unlabeled Reel:
Pigpen Raps
Billy, Bobby, and Pigpen>
New Orleans (sort of an attempt)
Twist and Shout

CD #2
"Longshoreman's Hall 3rd Night" - 10" Reel 1/2 Track @ 15IPS:
It's A Sin
Viola Lee Blues
Midnight Hour
Beat It On Down The Line
Blues Jam (with Jorma and Jack) Note: reel runs out before the end

Pauley Ballroom #2 (no date) - 10" Reel 1/2 Track @ 15IPS:
You Don't Have To Ask - Phil Talks About The Move To L.A.
Viola Lee Blues (some static at start of song)
I Know You Rider
Midnight Hour (plug pulled)

Best SBD (the only SBD version at Internet Archive):
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Comments:Noted as uncirculated Primal Dead. This was transferred by GEMS. Also On Twist and Shout Pigpen starts to sing Ray Charles' Shake Your Tail Feather.
Source: SMRs>DAT>3x>Delta DiO 2496>Soundforge 7.0>WAV>CD Wave Editor>FLAC

Best AUD (Not available on Internet Archive at this time)

Best Matrix (Not available on Internet Archive at this time)
Here is some cd cover art. (I will do my best to put cover art for every show I review)

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1966-01-01 Viola Lee Blues Rehearsals


01 02:31 talk & tunings - "It's just Weir and his ass-holed guitar"
02 00:52 Viola Lee Blues #1 verse 1 - aborted
03 01:33 Viola Lee Blues #2 verses 1 & 2 - aborted - "watch it pig! b, man, b"
04 01:09 talk & tunings
05 00:14 Viola Lee Blues #3 with harmonica - aborted
06 01:26 discussions
07 01:28 Viola Lee Blues #4 with organ verse 1 & harmonica - aborted
08 01:44 tape playback? more talk
09 01:48 Viola Lee Blues #5 verse 1 - "same verse again" - verse 1 - aborted
10 00:34 Phil comments
11 01:29 Viola Lee Blues #6 verses 1 & 2 - aborted
12 00:25 more discussions
13 02:44 Viola Lee Blues #7 verses 1 & 2 & 3 - then stopped
14 02:06 talk & tunings - "that's tasty" - "let's just play"
15 00:16 Viola Lee Blues #8 verse 1 - aborted
16 02:53 talk & wild comments & confusion
17 00:27 Viola Lee Blues #9 verses 2 & 3 - aborted
18 03:57 more talk - "I think you're against us" - "Pigpen's a conspiracy"
19 03:39 "You may know by ..." passage repeated
20 15:37 Viola Lee Blues #10 verses 1 & 2 & 3 ; jam ; tape cuts

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Comments:This a studio rehearsal of Viola Lee Blues.The lineage is Nak CR7E (unknown gen cassette) > Sound Forge

Best Aud:There are none available on Internet Archive
Best Matrix:There are none available on Internet Archive


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1966-01-08 Live at Fillmore Auditorium

1. Stage Chaos/More Power Rap
2. King Bee
3. I'm A Hog For You Baby
4. Caution: Do Not Step On Tracks >
5. Death Don't Have No Mercy
6. Star Spangled Banner / closing remarks


Best SBD:(Only sbd on Internet Archive)

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Best AUD:Not available on Internet Archive
Best Matrix:Not available on Internet Archive

Comments:This is from an Acid Test. The sound is overall good but they were having problems with the mics that night. There is also another show posted on the archive that has the same date but is for commercial release. It also had a different setlist.


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1966-01-29 Live at 363 6th Street

Ken Kesey interviewed by Frank Fey
Ken Babbs and harmonica
Take Two: Ken Kesey
Bull
Peggy The Pistol
One-way Ticket
Bells And Fairies
Levitation
Trip X
The End

Best SBD:http://www.archive.org/details/gd1966-01-29.sbd.bershaw.5411.shnf

Best AUD:Not Available at Internet Archive
Best Matrix:Not Available at Internet Archive

Comments: This isn't really the Dead. It sounds like the Merry Pranksters doing what they did best. On the last track it sounds like Garcia talking. He says he can't even hold a note.

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[color=red]1966-02-12 Live at Youth Opportunities Center[/color]

Who Cares Rap (Pigpen, Weir, etc.)


Best SBD:http://www.archive.org/details/gd1966-02-12.sbd.bershaw.9515.shnf
Best AUD:Not available on Internet Archive
Best Matrix:Not available on Internet Archive

Comments:Another Acid Test performance.


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1966-02-25 Live at Ivar Theater

She's On The Road Again, Next Time You See Me, I Know You Rider, Hey Little One, Cold Rain & Snow, King Bee, Caution, Stealin' Filler:late summer '66 Stealin and mid-to-late '66 Good Morning, Lil School Girl>You Don't Love Me>Good Morning Lil School Girl


Best SBD:http://www.archive.org/details/gd66-02-25.sbd.unknown.1593.sbefail.shnf

Best AUD:Not available on Internet Archive
Best Matrix:Not Available on Internet Archive

Lineage: MR> DATx> CD

Comments:This date may not be exact but apparently Deadbase has called it this show.

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1966-03-19 Live at Carthay Studios

1. (x) Viola Lee Blues (11:19)
2. "I need some Coke..." and "There will be a slight
pause..." stage talk (0:32)
3. (x) One Kind Favor (3:37)
4. I Know You Rider (3:13)
5. You See A Broken Heart (3:25)
6. (x) It's A Sin (3:22)
7. PA and "tasting" and tuning stage talk (1:21)
8. Beat It On Down The Line (3:02)
9. "Just Bearly" PA stage talk (0:53)
10. Heads Up (4:24)
11. "How's the PA now" stage talk (2:09)
12. Next Time You See Me (3:00)
13. "take a break" and "ice cream" stage talk (1:47)
14. (x) Slow R and B instrumental (7:08)
15. noodling onwards (x) (0:38)
16. (x) Death Don't Have No Mercy (6:01)
17. "a little tune now called the..." Midnight Hour (x) (10:54)


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(This is the only source for the show)

Comments:The vocals seem to be low through out the recording. There is also a lot of reverb on the guitars. This is also the same as 3/12/66. However this is the best source.
1966/03/12 sources are:

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[b]1966-03-25 Live at Trouper's Hall [/b]

Stealin, Jam, Hey Little One, Hog For You Baby, You Don't Have To Ask, Cold Rain & Snow, Next Time You See Me


Best SBD:

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(only available version of this show)

Lineage: S:MR > DAT > ZA2 > CD

Comments:Pig's organ is a little loud at times. Also vocals a little low at times as well. Check out Jam. This is primal dead at some its best moments.
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1966-05-19 Avalon Ballroom

Beat It On Down The Line, Standing On The Corner, Mindbender, It Hurts Me Too, Viola Lee Blues, I Know You Rider, It's A Sin, Sick And Tired, Cream Puff War Sittin' On Top Of The World, Minglewood Blues, Cold Rain And Snow, Come Back Baby, Silver Threads And Golden Needles, It's All Over Now Baby Blue, Good Lovin' , You Don't Have To Ask


Best SBD:

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(There is another link, there is no music on it. Rather odd)
This is the only source other than the before mentioned version.
Notes:First Cream Puff War.
<img src="http://www.loathemegacorp.com/deadpieshop/covers/gd660519_front.jpg">

1966-06-01 Scorpio Studio Outtakes

Stealin' ; I Know You Rider ; Don't Ease Me In ; You Don't Have To Ask ; Tastebud ; Cardboard Cowboy ; Stealin' ; I Know You Rider ; Cold Rain And Snow

This show has been commercially released as "Birth Of The Dead"
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1966-06-15 Various

1. GDH Intro
2. SHE'S ON THE ROAD AGAIN
3. NEXT TIME YOU SEE ME
4. I KNOW YOU RIDER
5. HEY LITTLE ONE
6. COLD RAIN AND SNOW
7. KING BEE->
8. CAUTION
9. STEALIN'
10. GDH Outro

Lineage: ? > STB Systems, Inc. PCI DesktopTV Tuner Card, Model number DTV3F > Turtle Beach Montego A3D 64 Voice PCI Sound Card > WAV > CD

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(Only Available Source)
This is from Grateful Dead Hour.
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1966-07-01 Unknown (perhaps Fillmore Auditorium)

Cold Rain And Snow
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
Cream Puff War
King Bee
Stealin'
Dancin' In The Streets

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(Only Available Source)
Lineage: MSR > DAT > CDR > EAC(secure) > mkwACT > SHN (seekable)
Comment: The vocals are a little muddy throughout this recording.
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1966-07-03 Fillmore Auditorium
Dancin' In The Street, I Know You Rider, He Was A Friend Of Mine, Next Time You See Me, Viola Lee Blues, Big Boss Man, Sittin' On Top Of The World
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(Only Available Source)\
Lineage: S:MR > DAT > ZA2 > CD
Comments: The instruments become blended with each other at moments. This has a very high energy I Know You Rider after some stage banter. However, IKYR is cut. He Was A Friend Of Mine is missing some time at the beginning. Vocals become muddy through out the recording as well

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