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Grateful Dead 6-16-90 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View CA
 
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Setlist: Set 1 Let The Good Times Roll Truckin' 4:14 Touch Of Grey 14:20 Mama Tried 21:50 Big River 24:26 Friend Of The Devil 30:20 Cassidy 38:29 Big Boss Man 44:50 One More Saturday Night 52:15 Set 2 China Cat Sunflower 57:44 I Know You Rider 1:08:40 We Can Run 1:13:43 Estimated Prophet 1:19:40 Terrapin Station 1:32:52 Jam 1:48:16 Space 2:03:30 China Doll 2:19:07 Sugar Magnolia 2:25:51 E: It's All Over Now, Baby Blue 2:34:26
Views: 724754 Voodoonola2
Terrapin Nation Seder 2016(6) Ripple
 
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April 26, 2016, the #terrapinnation celebrates the Jewish holiday of Passover with 2 unique nights of dining, relaxing, and dancing in the Grate Room, terrapin-style. First, guests shared a Passover Seder dinner, then, after the meal, put on their dancing shoes! Phil Lesh, Grahame Lesh, Ross James, Scott Guberman, Jeannette Ferber, Ezra Lipp Setlist and more: htttp://www.deadheadland.com http://www.jewsforjerry.com
Views: 159 Deadheadland Films
Grateful Dead 7-24-87 Oakland Stadium Oakland CA
 
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Setlist: Set 1 Funiculi Funicula Tico Tico Tuning Jack Straw Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo My Brother Esau Friend Of The Devil Me And My Uncle Big River When Push Comes To Shove Far From Me Cassidy Deal Set 2 Hell In A Bucket Scarlet Begonias Playing In The Band Drums Space Uncle John's Band Dear Mr. Fantasy I Need A Miracle Bertha Sugar Magnolia Set 3 Man Of Peace Maggie's Farm I'll Be Your Baby Tonight E: Touch Of Grey All Along The Watchtower
Views: 355696 Voodoonola2
"Ripple" Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, TFB 3.6.2017
 
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Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, and the Terrapin Family Band 3.6.2017 Terrapin Crossroads 5th Anniversary Celebration! Monday, March 6th FREE Phil & The Terrapin Family Band w/ very special guest Bob Weir TxR Bar Full Setlist http://www.deadheadland.com/2017/03/06/setlist-phil-lesh-the-terrapin-family-with-very-special-guest-bob-weirmon-march-6-2017terrapin-crossroadssan-rafael-ca5th-anniversary-celebration/ Terrapin Crossroads 5th Anniversary Celebration! Visit Deadheadland.com Support Deadheadland at http://www.patreon.com/deadheadland (~);} Get T-shirts and other fun stuff at http://www.deadheadland.com/store Follow Deadheadland http://www.facebook.com/deadheadland http://www.twitter.com/deadheadland http://www.instagram.com/deadheadland Subscribe to Markovision Films! Markovision Films, Deadheadland.com, Happycat, and Stealicon (~);} are all trademarkovisions of the Olecranon Intercostal Company OIC | We Get It http://OlecranonIntercostal.com
Views: 240 Deadheadland Films
Grateful Dead's Movie Meet-Up to Screen Unseen 1989 Show
 
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For the fifth straight year, Deadheads will flock to their local cinemas for Fathom Events' Grateful Dead Meet-Up at the Movies 2015, the annual one-night-only event where a classic show from the legendary jam band is projected on the silver screen. Sidebar Inside the Grateful Dead's Final Ride " This late Eighties incarnation of the Dead featured Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Brent Mydland and Bob Weir, where the setlist spans Deadhead favorites such as 'Terrapin Station' plus a cover of Bob Dylan's "Desolation Row." http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/grateful-deads-fifth-annual-movie-meet-up-to-screen-unseen-1989-show-20150407 http://www.wochit.com
Grateful Dead Final Concert 7-9-1995
 
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This is the Grateful Dead's final concert in July of 1995. The concert video portion of this video belongs to Voodoonola2. Enjoy Voodoonola2 channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCorauauam2xqXpdtomXtPmQ Setlist 07/09/95 Soldier Field - Chicago, IL Set 1: Touch Of Grey Little Red Rooster Lazy River Road When I Paint My Masterpiece Childhood's End Cumberland Blues Promised Land Set 2: Video Portion Shakedown Street Samson And Delilah So Many Roads Samba In The Rain Corrina Drums Space (end of video portion) Unbroken Chain Sugar Magnolia Encore: Black Muddy River Box Of Rain
Views: 221573 1015Eelvis
Grateful Dead - Full Concert - 12/31/80 - Oakland Auditorium (OFFICIAL)
 
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Grateful Dead - Full Concert Recorded Live: 12/31/1980 Oakland Auditorium (Oakland, CA) More Grateful Dead at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Setlist: 0:00:00 - To Lay Me Down (Incomplete) 0:07:23 - Stage Banter 0:09:27 - Monkey And The Engineer 0:12:04 - Stage Banter 0:13:05 - Jack-A-Roe 0:17:42 - Stage Banter 0:19:18 - Cassidy 0:24:19 - Tuning 0:25:11 - I've Been All Around This World 0:30:07 - Stage Banter 0:31:33 - The Race Is On 0:33:56 - Bird Song (Incomplete) 0:42:26 - Ripple (Incomplete) 0:46:24 - Crowd 0:46:47 - Alabama Getaway 0:52:33 - Greatest Story Ever Told 0:56:47 - Tuning 0:58:26 - They Love Each Other 1:05:44 - Crowd 1:07:28 - Little Red Rooster 1:17:13 - Crowd 1:18:26 - China Cat Sunflower / I Know You Rider 1:30:55 - Crowd 1:32:08 - Looks Like Rain 1:40:06 - Crowd 1:41:42 - Althea 1:49:59 - Lost Sailor / Saint Of Circumstance 2:03:09 - Deal 2:10:35 - Bill Graham's entrance / New Year's countdown 2:13:00 - Sugar Magnolia 2:19:36 - Scarlet Begonias/Fire On The Mountain 2:39:14 - Crowd 2:40:26 - Estimated Prophet / Drums / Space 3:29:50 - The Other One 3:37:04 - Wharf Rat 3:46:56 - Round and Round 3:51:48 - Sunshine Daydream 3:55:36 - Crowd 3:57:16 - Satisfaction 4:03:35 - Brokedown Palace 4:10:07 - Crowd 4:10:37 - Bill Graham breakfast announcement
Views: 225149 Music Vault
#Dead50 @ Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, Califórnia (27-06-2015)
 
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Setlist: “Truckin’” / “Uncle John’s Band” / “Alligator” / “Cumberland Blues” / “Born Cross-Eyed” / “Cream Puff War” / “Viola Lee Blues” / “Cryptical Envelopment” / “Dark Star” / “St. Stephen” / “The Eleven” / “Turn On Your Love Light” / “Drums / Space” / “What’s Become of the Baby” / “The Other One” / “Morning Dew” / Encore: “Casey Jones”
Views: 13571 raulramone
Grateful Dead - Set 2 - 10/31/80 - Radio City Music Hall (OFFICIAL)
 
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Grateful Dead - Full Concert Recorded Live: 10/31/1980 Radio City Music Hall (New York, NY) More Grateful Dead at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Setlist: 0:00:00 - Tuning 0:02:00 - Jack Straw 0:08:50 - Cold Rain and Snow 0:16:45 - Me and My Uncle 0:25:30 - Ramble On Rose 0:33:35 - Little Red Rooster 0:41:21 - Going Down The Road Feeling Bad 0:45:26 - Brown-Eyed Women 0:50:50 - Looks Like Rain 0:57:35 - Deal Personnel: Jerry Garcia - guitar, vocals Bob Weir - guitar, vocals Phil Lesh - bass, vocals Brent Mydland - keyboards, vocals Bill Kruetzman - drums Mickey Hart - drums, percussion
Views: 69655 Music Vault
Songs Of Their Own - #37 "Bertha" Incidental Animals
 
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead, JamBase teamed with Telefunken to produce the Songs Of Their Own 50-day tribute series featuring a daily cover of a Grateful Dead original song and culminating with our grand finale 50th video premiering the day of the final Fare Thee Well show in Chicago on July 5. We started the series with a list of 100 Grateful Dead original songs (exclusively their tunes, not covers they often played) and asked many of our favorite artists to record cover versions either at the JamBase office in San Francisco, at one of the many venues around the Bay Area, at Telefunken’s Connecticut studios and beyond. No song was allowed to be covered twice, and today’s participants Incidental Animals ran around “Bertha.” The Dead first played “Bertha” as the first song on a night that showcased several other new songs, when it opened (as it would many more shows) their February 18, 1971 concert at The Capitol Theater in Port Chester, New York. Sung by Jerry Garcia who wrote the music to words provided by Robert Hunter, “Bertha” was played numerous times throughout the rest of the 1970s, but by 1980 started to showing up in fewer and fewer setlists. The Dead included their April 27, 1971 performance of “Bertha” on their 1971 self-titled live album (aka Skull Fuck) and performed the song live nearly 400 times. The final version of the tune came June 27, 1995 at The Palace in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Recording this video happened among a whirlwind of activity at Terrapin Crossroads on May 8. Incidental Animals had only performed a few live shows together at that point, so a long soundcheck was a necessity. The original plan was to record a stripped down “Bertha” on the backstage patio at Terrapin like we had for Keller Williams (link) and Leftover Salmon (link) but time was starting to get away from us. We shifted gears and instead planned to tape an acoustic encore performance of “Bertha.” We broke down the cameras and microphones, grabbed a beer and settled in for the night. Then Nicki Bluhm walked in, was asked to join the performance and quickly jumped at the idea. As the band began rehearsing “Bertha” for the encore, after one great run-through keyboardist Kyle Hollingsworth astutely pointed out, “You guys know we could have just recorded that?” So that’s exactly what we did. With the band already running late to start the show, we set back up and recorded a wonderfully stripped-stripped down backstage version of the song. But the setlist had already been meticulously planned to have “Bertha” in the encore slot. Since we were hanging out for the show we decided to film the live stage version as well, hoping we could use footage from both performances and stitch the two together in post-production. When time came to edit the video, much to our delight the tempos were remarkably close to each other (a difficult task, especially when a band isn’t playing to a click track) making seamless edits back and forth easier than we had anticipated. It goes to show just how professional and seasoned these musicians are that almost four hours and two sets of electric music, that they settled into the same pocket. We hope you enjoy this unique combination of the two performances for today’s Songs of Their Own video. Audio and video recorded and edited by: Jake Alexander
Views: 61276 JamBase
Grateful Dead ~ China Cat Sunflower/I Know You Rider ~ 08-26-1971 Gaelic Park Bronx NY
 
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The Grateful Dead play a phenomenal China Cat Sunflower/I Know You Rider on the final date of their summer tour of 1971. The band had previously played two blistering nights in Chicago at The Auditorium (8/23 & 24) and arrived in New York ready to please the East Coast crowd. (The Allman Brothers were also a contributing factor to this performance.) The venue was notable as being very close to the no.4 subway train, and regular audience punters were experienced in hearing the train during shows. The setlist is notable as well as it features a rare Pigpen number Empty Pages. (also featured in this channel.) The remainder of this incredible show can be streamed here : https://archive.org/details/gd1971-08-26.sbd.miller-rolfe.32303.flac16 I do not claim any ownership over the music or images used in the video, nor do intend to make financial gain from its creation.
Views: 2523 Graeme Sweetapple
The Other Ones - Full Concert - 07/25/98 - Shoreline Amphitheatre (OFFICIAL)
 
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The Other Ones - Full Concert Recorded Live: 7/25/1998 - Shoreline Amphitheatre (Mountain View, CA) More The Other Ones at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Setlist: 0:00:00 - U.S. Blues 0:05:27 - Tuning 0:06:23 - Playing In The Band / The Other One / Ramble On Rose 0:36:30 - Applause and Tuning 0:38:48 - Down The Road Again 0:48:10 - Tuning 0:49:32 - Jack-A-Roe 0:55:30 - Friend Of The Devil 1:02:26 - Iko Iko 1:09:53 - Tuning 1:10:55 - China Cat Sunflower / I Know You Rider / Drum Solo 1:31:01 - Preacher In The Rain 1:37:26 - Banyan Tree / Corrina 2:00:40 - Playing In The Band (reprise) / The Other One / Wharf Rat 2:18:06 - St Stephen / The Eleven / Turn On Your Lovelight (w/Jorma) 2:44:15 - Encore Applause 2:46:39 - Saturday Night 2:51:37 - Touch Of Grey 2:58:59 - Applause Personnel: Bob Weir: guitar, vocals Phil Lesh: bass, vocals Mickey Hart: drums, vocals Bruce Hornsby: piano, keyboards, accordion,vocals Mark Karan: guitar, vocals Steve Kimock: guitar Dave Ellis: saxophones, vocals John Molo: drums Guests: Bill Kruetzman - drums, percussion Jorma Kaukonen - guitar
Views: 18791 Grateful Dead on MV
Leftover Salmon - Fare Thee Well Intersessions - Park West Theater - Chicago, Il 7- 3 & 7- 4 2015
 
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What a terrific set up for DaSimulcast...3 very large screen TVs, a BIG sound system and a venue fulla Dead, Bluegrass and Salmon Freaks ! Leftover Salmon, joined by Bill Payne ( Little Feat ) on keys and Phil Roach ( Cornmeal ) on Fiddle played short sets at intermission of the Dead shows...ergo DaTitle - Intersessions...I combined the 1st ( Old & In The Way ) and 2nd ( Garcia & Grisman ) nights of these sets to get a decent length video...Due to DaFact we were in DaBalcony and had no Tripod there were a few peep pass bys and DaSound suffers a little here and there but all in all....YeeeeeFnHawwww !!! ...For more music videos go to Dababe44 on Youtube...Not for Sale - Just Enjoy & Share !! Setlist: Old & In the Way Pig In A Pen Hobo Song Lonesome Fiddle Blues White Dove Shady Grove Thrill Is Gone Cold Rain & Snow Stealin" Catfish John Peace, Love, Blues and Bluegrass........ DaBabe ( Mark )
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Dead & Company 7/23/16 Full Show @ The Gorge Ampitheatre, George, Wa.
 
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Dead & Company July 23, 2016 The Gorge - George, WA Set 1: Touch Of Grey Hell In A Bucket Dire Wolf When I Paint My Masterpiece Cassidy Brown Eyed . The video starts about 2:00* *If you want to watch more Dead & Co. videos, check our playlists with fan videos!* *If you want to download Dead & Co. concerts, .
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Grateful Dead 08.04.1989 Sacramento, CA Complete Show SBD
 
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Grateful Dead 08/04/89 Cal Expo - Sacramento, CA Set 1: Bertha Greatest Story Ever Told, Althea, Mama Tried, Mexicali Blues, Good Time Blues, Built To Last, Queen Jane Approximately, Jack A Roe, Cassidy, Deal Set 2: Truckin' Wang Dang Doodle Crazy Fingers Cumberland Blues Eyes Of The World Drums Space The Wheel I Need A Miracle Stella Blue Sugar Magnolia E: It's All Over Now Baby Blue Setlist courtesy of setlist.com
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Grateful Dead 7-12-87 Giants Stadium East Rutherford NJ
 
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Setlist: Set 1 Loser Tons Of Steel Ramble On Rose When I Paint My Masterpiece When Push Comes To Shove The Promised Land Bertha 36:55 Set 2 Morning Dew 43:48 Playing In The Band 54:24 Drums Space The Other One Stella Blue Throwin' Stones Not Fade Away Set 3 with Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming Memphis Blues Tomorrow is a Long Time Highway 61 Baby Blue Thin Man John Brown Wicked Messenger Queen Jane Chimes of Freedom Joey All Along the Watchtower Times a Changing E: Touch of Grey Knockin' on Heaven's Door Missing first three songs Sets 1 and 2 Video Source: 3rd generation pro-shot VHS/Sony SLV-D300P VHS/AVT-8710 TBC/Sony RDR-GX 300 DVD Recorder/Sony Vegas 6.1/TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 1.0.1.59/DVD Architect 3.0 VHS tapes courtesy of Greyful Dave Set 3 Pro-shot Video Source: 2nd generation pro-shot VHS/?/DVD/Sony Vegas 6.1/TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 1.0.1.59/DVD Architect 3.0 DVD courtesy of Nick B. Set 3 Audience Video Source: 1st generation audience VHS/Sony SLV-D300P VHS/AVT-8710 TBC/Sony RDR-GX 300 DVD Recorder/TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 1.0.1.59/Sony Vegas 6.1/DVD Architect 3.0 VHS tape courtesy of Dave L. Post production video editing and audio matrix synchronization by Voodoonola Audio Sources: Sets 1 and 2: AUD(shnid=3860)/SHN/WAV/ADOBE AUDITION SBD(shinid=84266)/PCM/Dat/CD/Samplitude Professional v9.02/FLAC Set 3: Audience (FOB)/PCM Master/PCMx/DAT Master/Oade PS/Sony F1/DAT 60ES/M-Audio Audiophile USB/WAV/Flac/WAV/ADOBE AUDITION ***For noncommercial, educational, and archival purposes under Law of Fair Use as provided for in section 107 of the US copyright law. No copyrights infringements intended***
Views: 271842 Voodoonola2
Grateful Dead "BE KIND" 6-28-2015 setlist, Hart, Anastasio & Weir webcast band bow / bowing
 
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Grateful Dead 6-28-2015 setlist and Mickey Hart "BE KIND" quote, the "Band bow" (full band bowing in appreciation and applause) Trey Anastasio & Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, Bruce Hornsby, Jeff C, webcast watching session at Cassie's house, with Bo, April, Summer, JRo. Couch Tour + Weir Road stop-sign square frame video clip. Fare Thee Well tour June 28, 2015 Santa Clara CA setlist songs: “Feel Like a Stranger” / “New Minglewood Blues” / “Brown-Eyed Women” / “Loose Lucy” / “Loser” / “Row Jimmy” / “Alabama Getaway” / “Black Peter” / “Hell in a Bucket” / “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo” / “Wharf Rat” / “Eyes of the World” / “He’s Gone” / “Drums / Space” / “I Need a Miracle” / “Death Don’t Have No Mercy” / “Sugar Magnolia” / Encore: “Brokedown Palace” file name: GratefulDead 2015 06 28 setlist and band bow Trey Anastasio webcast Weir square
Views: 65 colbruce
Grateful Dead - Blow Away (Philadelphia 7/7/89)
 
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You're watching the Grateful Dead close out set 1 of their show at John F. Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia, PA on July 7, 1989 with a soul-stirring rendition of 'Blow Away'. This show was the last ever concert at JFK stadium. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/SubcribeToTheDead Take a trip with our playlists.... The Grateful Dead Fundamentals http://bit.ly/GratefulDead101 Legendary Live Cuts http://bit.ly/LiveDeadLiveDead The Dead: Covered http://bit.ly/DeadUnderCover Scintillating Bust Outs http://bit.ly/BustOuts Stay connected with The Dead on... dead.net http://www.dead.net/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/gratefuldead/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/gratefuldead Twitter https://twitter.com/GratefulDead ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Will you come with me? Won't you come with me? There's no better place to take a long strange trip with the Grateful Dead than right here. We've got music from every single studio album and a bevy of live albums, to boot. There are celebrated live performances from the 70s and 80s and official videos with more skeletons than you can shake your bones at, an exclusive seaside series on what's to come from the band's rich catalog and details on meet-ups all across the promised land. If it's community you’re after, try your hand at our yearly DEAD COVERS PROJECT competition and connect with fellow Dead Heads around the world. Heck, keep your eyes peeled you might even catch a glimpse of Pigpen on keys, Jerry in a GROOVE, Bobby tellin' tales, Mickey talkin' space, Phil and friends, Bill on the beach, or anyone from our extended family. It's all happenin' right here. Subscribe and you won't miss a thing.
Views: 226851 Grateful Dead
Grateful Dead 12-31-89 Oakland Coliseum Oakland CA
 
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Setlist: Set 1 Sugar Magnolia Touch Of Grey Women Are Smarter Big Boss Man * Memphis Blues Shakedown Street Set 2 NYE Countdown Aiko Aiko Victim Or The Crime Dark Star Drums Space Dear Mr Fantasy Hey Jude (Reprise) Going Down The Road Feeling Bad Throwing Stones Not Fade Away Brokedown Palace Sunshine Daydream Midnight Hour * w/ Bonnie Raitt A Lazy Cow Production
Views: 20019 voodoonola
Grateful Dead with Trey 7/5/2015 Chicago recap video GD50
 
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Fare Thee Well Chicago Soldier Field - Bob's Shirt Set 1: China Cat Sunflower - I Know You Rider, Estimated Prophet, Built to Last, Samson and Delilah, Mountains of the Moon - Throwing Stones Set 2: Truckin' - Cassidy, Althea, Terrapin Station - Drums -- Space - Unbroken Chain - Days Between - Not Fade Away Encore: Touch of Grey Attics of my Life https://twitter.com/kevinkpp https://www.facebook.com/pages/FZappa20/457319187758127 Fan of the P-Fish? Check these out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmBy76UU2bs&list=PL2B1pJtmgd8CuPjjqWUOwwd42DZi9TflC Big thanks to Trey, Bruce and Jeff for joining the Core Four Be Kind
Views: 5137 FZappa20
Songs Of Their Own - #42 "Brokedown Palace" The Brothers Comatose
 
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead, JamBase teamed with Telefunken to produce the Songs Of Their Own 50-day tribute series featuring a daily cover of a Grateful Dead original song. Our grand finale 50th video, a Playing For Change Songs Around The World rendition of “Ripple,” will premiere the day of the final Fare Thee Well show in Chicago on July 5. With a focus solely on Grateful Dead original songs, we asked many of our favorite artists to record cover versions at the JamBase office in San Francisco, at one of the many venues around the Bay Area, at Telefunken's Connecticut studios and beyond. No song was allowed to be covered twice, and today’s participants The Brothers Comatose fared well on “Brokedown Palace” It seems fitting for “Brokedown Palace” to be today’s Songs Of Their Own entry as its lyrics inspired the naming of the Fare Thee Well - Celebrating 50 Years Of Grateful Dead concerts beginning tonight in Santa Clara, California. "Brokedown Palace" was among the retsina-fueled songs penned by Robert Hunter one afternoon in London in 1970 along with "To Lay Me Down” and “Ripple.” Sung by co-author Jerry Garcia, "Brokedown Palace" made its debut in the middle of an acoustic first set at the Fillmore West in San Francisco on August 18, 1970. Recorded for the 1970 studio album American Beauty, the song came and went from setlists, sometimes going entire years between performances. After being played over 200 times, “Brokedown Palace” filled the encore slot at The Dead’s June 25, 1995 concert at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. A few weeks back we had San Francisco locals The Brothers Comatose come down to the JamBase office to record their cover of “Brokedown Palace.” Standing in a semi-circle, band mates Ben Morrison (guitar), Gio Benedetti (bass), Ryan Avellone (mandolin), Alex Morrison (banjo, vocals) and Philip Brezina (fiddle) played an acoustic rendition of the song in the same fashion it was first played nearly 45 years ago. Audio and video recorded and edited by: Jake Alexander
Views: 49904 JamBase
What "Fare Thee Well" at Soldier Field felt like...
 
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Grateful Dead - Fare Thee Well - Throwing Stones jam Close of set 1 - 7/5/15 Soldier Field Chicago, IL shot by my lovely wife Erica
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Songs Of Their Own - #49 "Bird Song" Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers
 
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead, JamBase teamed with Telefunken to produce the Songs Of Their Own 50-day tribute series featuring a daily cover of a Grateful Dead original song. Our grand finale 50th video, a Playing For Change Songs Around The World rendition of “Ripple,” will premiere the day of the final Fare Thee Well show in Chicago on July 5. With a focus solely on Grateful Dead original songs, we asked many of our favorite artists to record cover versions at the JamBase office in San Francisco, at one of the many venues around the Bay Area, at Telefunken's Connecticut studios and beyond. No song was allowed to be covered twice, and today’s participants Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers showed us “Bird Song.” “Bird Song” debuted February 19, 1971 at the Capitol Theater in Port Chester, New York - the beginning of Mickey Hart’s hiatus from the band that would last until 1974. Robert Hunter is said to have penned “Bird Song” for Janis Joplin, and Jerry Garcia co-wrote and recorded it for his 1972 Garcia solo album. Appearing almost always in the first set, through late-1973 “Bird Song” was a setlist regular but was dropped from the rotation until the storied 1980 Warfield run in San Francisco. From then on “Bird Song” was back to regularly appearing in first sets, last flying during set one on June 30, 1995 at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh. We closed the JamBase office yesterday both to celebrate Independence Day and so most everyone could head out to High Sierra Music Festival where our crew caught up with Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers. We were thrilled to have Nicki add vocals to the Incidental Animals’ Songs Of Their Own take on “Bertha” and the majestic settings the festival grounds provided set a perfect stage for The Gramblers to record a stunning performance of “Bird Song.” Audio and video recorded and edited by: Jake Alexander
Views: 36617 JamBase
Letting My Dead Books Watch The Webcast: Grateful Dead 7-3-2015 Chicago Dead50
 
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Letting My Dead Books Watch The Webcast! Grateful Dead 7-3-2015 Chicago #Dead50 webcast view for Box Of Rain Robert Hunter lyrics book, David Dodd's Complete Annotated GratefulDead, Phil Lesh Searching For The Sound autographed by the best bass player, DEAL stories by Billy Kreutzmann + Benjy Eisen, The Official Book of The Deadheads, Taping Compendium, DeadBase setlist tome, more. Fare Thee Well couch tour July 3, 2015 book collection watched the likes of this setlist: “Box of Rain” / “Jack Straw” / “Bertha” / “Passenger” / “The Wheel” / “Crazy Fingers” / “The Music Never Stopped” / “Mason’s Children” / “Scarlet Begonias” / “Fire on the Mountain” / “Drums” / “Space” / “New Potato Caboose” / “Playing in the Band” / “Let It Grow” / “Help on the Way” / “Slipknot!” / “Franklin’s Tower” / Encore: “Ripple” file name: GratefulDead 2015 07 03 Letting My Dead Books Watch The Webcast 7min Pub
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Grateful Dab Couch Tour Chicago 7/3 Fire on the Dab Rig w/Jack Straw
 
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Fare thee nail night 1. Grateful Dabs Couch tour Chicago 7/3 Fire on the Dab Rig w/Jack Straw from Wichita...having a high time on the Meerkat stream.... #couchtour 2015 WATCH Grateful Dabs Couch Tour Chicago 7/4 Shakedab Street Friend of the Dabble https://youtu.be/fJ-QgrD8zO4 WATCH : Joint in Hand Stoner Makes ESPN Worthy Save - Not Melt Away https://youtu.be/5nXd6crp32w Check out Trey Steps Into the Spotlight at Grateful Dead’s First Chicago ‘Fare Thee Well’ Show: Review, Photos, Video, Setlist http://ultimateclassicrock.com/grateful-dead-first-chicago-show-video-setlist/?trackback=twitter_top Grateful Dead Setlist – July 3, 2015 Soldier Field, Chicago Set One: “Box of Rain” “Jack Straw” “Bertha” “Passenger” “The Wheel” “Crazy Fingers” “The Music Never Stopped” Set Two: “Mason’s Children” “Scarlet Begonias” “Fire on the Mountain” “Drums” “Space” “New Potato Caboose” “Playing in the Band” “Let It Grow” “Help on the Way” “Slipknot!” “Franklin’s Tower” Encore: “Ripple” 'Fare Thee Well' Show: Review, Photos, Video, Setlist | http://ultimateclassicrock.com/grateful-dead-first-chicago-show-video-setlist/#photogallery-1=6?trackback=tsmclip
Views: 460 RevRay Green
Grateful Dead Soldier Field Chicago 7-9-95 fan photo prints
 
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Kindly visit http://bsmith700.wix.com/thelasttime for high-quality Large Format photo prints. Be sure to download the FREE GD50 setlist Game Cards while you're there!
Views: 174 Now Hear This
Songs Of Their Own - #7 "Fire On The Mountain" Jelly Bread
 
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead, JamBase teamed with Telefunken to produce the Songs Of Their Own video series. We began with a list of 100 Grateful Dead original songs (exclusively their tunes, not covers they often played) and tapped many of our favorite artists to record a cover version either at the JamBase office in San Francisco or at one of the many venues around town and beyond. No song was allowed to be covered twice, and today’s participants Jelly Bread explored “Fire On The Mountain.” One of the few Grateful Dead songs to give drummer Mickey Hart sole musical composition credit, “Fire On The Mountain” in its earliest incarnation also featured Hart on lead vocals, done in a proto-rapping style. Hart recorded a version sans Robert Hunter’s lyrics for his 1976 Diga Rhythm Band album Diga, entitled "Happiness Is Drumming.” Jerry Garcia handled vocals when “Fire” was performed by The Dead and more often than not it followed “Scarlet Begonias,” developing into the famed “Scarlet/Fire” pairing along the way. The song made its live debut following “Scarlet” to close out the first set at the Winterland in San Francisco March 18, 1977 and regularly made its way onto setlists until July 2, 1995 at Deer Creek in Noblesville, Indiana. Our neighbors from Reno, the soulful rock outfit Jelly Bread, were in town for a couple of Bay Area gigs and stopped into the JamBase office to record their session. We absolutely loved their laid-back arrangement of “Fire” but it only dawned on us after they had left our offices that the day they recorded was the 38th anniversary of one of the most fan-loved versions of the tune: the famed May 8, 1977 Dead show at Cornell University’s Barton Hall in Ithaca, New York. Audio and video recorded and edited by: Jake Alexander
Views: 58800 JamBase
The Grateful Dead Setlist - Soldier Field - Chicago – Illinois - 5 July, 2015
 
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The Grateful Dead Setlist Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois 5 July, 2015
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Songs Of Their Own - #33 "To Lay Me Down" Strangefolk
 
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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead, JamBase teamed with Telefunken to produce the Songs Of Their Own 50-day tribute series featuring a daily cover of a Grateful Dead original song and culminating with our grand finale 50th video premiering the day of the final Fare Thee Well show in Chicago on July 5. We started the series with a list of 100 Grateful Dead original songs (exclusively their tunes, not covers they often played) and asked many of our favorite artists to record cover versions either at the JamBase office in San Francisco, at one of the many venues around the Bay Area, at Telefunken’s Connecticut studios and beyond. No song was allowed to be covered twice, and today’s participants Strangefolk guitarists Reid Genauer and Jon Trafton, took up “To Lay Me Down.” Inspired while drinking a bottle of retsina, Robert Hunter wrote the lyrics to "To Lay Me Down,” "Brokedown Palace" and "Ripple” on the same afternoon in London in 1970. A brief acoustic set at The Matrix in San Francisco on July 30, 1970 featured fellow composer Jerry Garcia leading The Dead through its first live rendition. Garcia recorded the tune on his 1972 solo album Garcia. Played less than 70 additional times, “To Lay Me Down” sporadically appeared in setlists, at times going five or more years and more than 200 shows between performances. Busted out after a two-year gap, the first set of The Dead’s concert on June 28, 1992 at Deer Creek in Noblesville, Indiana included the song’s final performance by the band. Previously featured in Songs Of Their Own entry #12 covering “Althea,” the pair of Strangefolk guitarists were willing to stick around the JamBase office to record “To Lay Me Down” as well. This Saturday, June 20 Reid Genauer will make his headlining debut at Terrapin Crossroads with a supporting cast featuring Reed Mathis (who you can see contributing "Deal" to this video series here), Mark Karan, Ezra Lipp and Genauer’s Assembly of Dust band mate Jason Crosby. Tickets to the Grate Room concert are available at the venue's website. Audio and video recorded and edited by: Jake Alexander
Views: 21186 JamBase
Grateful Dead 3-25-91 Knickerbocker Arena Albany NY
 
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Setlist: Set 1 Shakedown Street Little Red Rooster Stagger Lee Queen Jane Approximately High Time It's All Over Now Tennessee Jed Promised Land Touch Of Grey Set 2 Greatest Story Ever Told Crazy Fingers Truckin' Spoonful Jam Drums Space The Other One Black Peter Throwing Stones Playin' In The Band Turn On Your Love Light A Lazy Cow Production
Views: 4984 voodoonola
Fare Thee Well Standing on the Moon 7/4/15
 
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Standing on the Moon at Fare Thee Well Chicago on July 4, 2015 at Soldier Field
Views: 15194 rdeal1999
Dead & Company - Full Show | Nashville, TN - 11/18/2015
 
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Set 1: Truckin' Loose Lucy Althea El Paso (Marty Robbins cover) West L.A. Fadeaway Tennessee Jed Deal Set 2: Playing in the Band New Speedway Boogie Estimated Prophet Viola Lee Blues Drums / Space Stella Blue China Cat Sunflower I Know You Rider Encore: Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry cover)
Views: 14594 Robbie Bolog
Grateful Dead with Trey 6/27/2015 Santa Clara - Show Recap
 
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Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA 6-26-2015 GD50 Fare Thee Well Set 1: Jam Truckin', Uncle John's Band, Alligator - Cumberland Blues, Born Crosseyed - Cream Puff War, Viola Lee Blues Set 2: Cryptical Envelopment - Dark Star -St. Stephen - The Eleven -Turn On Your Love Light - Drums - What's Become of the Baby - Space - The Other One - Morning Dew Encore Casey Jones https://twitter.com/kevinkpp Fan of the P-Fish? Check these out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmBy76UU2bs&list=PL2B1pJtmgd8CuPjjqWUOwwd42DZi9TflC
Views: 20803 FZappa20
Touch of Grey by The Grateful Dead Expert Guitar FC #1402
 
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I tried for the FC of this magical 80's song several times yesterday, to no avail. I would always choke at the patterns after the solo. Tried for it again today and snagged the FC 1st try! Ranked #29 on the Gtr leaderboard.
Views: 42 Ringo071987
Dead & Company: Live from TD Garden 11/17/17 Set II Opener
 
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Join us for a free stream of tonight’s second set opener. Let us know what you want to hear then head over to http://nugs.tv to order the Unlimited Devotion pass and catch all of this fall’s webcasts.
Views: 24732 Dead & Company
Grateful Dead- Bertha/Good Lovin', Dire Wolf- 7/8/1978
 
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Grateful Dead- Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Morrison, CO -*cm/sbd*- Enjoy!
Views: 6791 J. Clooless
John Kadelcik Band with Bob Weir at Terrapin Crossroads TXR20171213
 
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WEIR EVERYWHERE DEPT: Bob Weir surprise sit in w John Kadlecik Band at Terrapin Crossroads, Wed December 13 2017 Full Setlist and Video! Please share! Always Grateful! (~);} | DHL Full Setlist: http://www.deadheadland.com/2017/12/14/kadlecik20171213/
Views: 5025 Deadheadland Films
The Grateful Dead Setlist - Soldier Field - Chicago – Illinois - 3 July, 2015
 
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The Grateful Dead Setlist Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois 3 July, 2015
Views: 239 The Setlist Channel
Good Time Blues - Grateful Dead - 7-23-1990 - World Music Theatre, Tinley Park, Illinois (set 1-03)
 
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Already posted (!) as a "complete" show. Here, I broke down the show into individual song/uploads (with some slight visual changes). Proshot : Low gen video (thanks Brokedown House Productions). Show comments : This last show of the 1990 spring/summer tour gets very mixed reviews. Beyond its being Brent's last (RIP), some find the show particularly strong, others poor or simply standard (evoking the end of a grinding tour : 38 shows, March to July with only brief breaks in parts of April & May). Bobby Weir seems, nonetheless, to be in good spirits as well as the two drummers and even Brent (despite the probable despair) seems truly on target. Ok, Jerry and Phil don't have their best "sway" or "smiles" of other shows... Also, most Heads convene that this venue (World Music Theatre) was less than gracious nor even welcoming (no wonder the band never returned there as The Dead had been banded from their "preferred" Alpine Valley Music Theatre venue) AND that "bad vibes" were immediately felt upon arrival. Was that with hind-sight, with the passing of Brent just two days later ? Or just the end of another Tour ? Others also evoke the arrival of punky "non-Heads" polluting the scene. Well, for YOU to judge. PS : You'll notice Jerry's using his "Wolf" (guitar) PS : I used my pictures/images to mask SOME of the original & cheesy computer fillers (start of "Foolish Heart", "Women are Starter", "Terrapin" ... PS : However, I'm NOT responsible for the other, original, cheesy visuals added here & there and notably during drums & space ! PS : Yes, Brent was probably the most complete pianist for the GD !, musically, vocally and inspirationally. 1st Set Cold Rain and Snow Picasso Moon Good Times Blues Stagger Lee Cassidy Truckin' ~ Nobodies Fault jam ~ Smokestack Lightning 2nd Set Victim or the Crime ~ (missing video) Foolish Heart ~ Women Are Smarter ~ Terrapin Station ~ (original visuals from 6:20-7:12 then end of song ...) drums ~ space ~ All Along the Watchtower ~ Standing On The Moon ~ Around and Around ~ Good Lovin' encore : The Weight (little Brent tribute prior, then he sings : "I got to go ..., but my friends can stick around". whow, chills)
Views: 23884 LoloYodel
The Grateful Dead Last Five Concerts...
 
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With shows Saturday and Sunday in Santa Clara, California, and another three at Chicago's Soldier Field on July 3-5, the five shows cap roughly 2,300 concerts over 30 years. Pioneers of psychedelic music in the 1960s, the Dead brought jazz-style improvisation to rock music. No two Dead shows were the same — not just the performances but the setlists were made up on the spot. Each show had a seat-of-the-pants quality that meant things could go wrong, but also that great heights could be reached. The band's run came to an end with the death of lead guitarist Jerry Garcia in 1995. This summer, the four surviving members of the band — guitarist Bob Weir, bassist Phil Lesh and drummers Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann — are performing. http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/4e67281c3f754d0696fbfdee0f3f1469/Article_2015-06-26-US--Music-Grateful%20Dead-Five%20Concerts/id-c9306ba8387146e3a7fc73ff60a48356 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
The Grateful Dead Setlist - Soldier Field - Chicago – Illinois - 4 July, 2015
 
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The Grateful Dead Setlist Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois 4 July, 2015
Views: 229 The Setlist Channel
Dark Star Orchestra - Full Show - Pompano Beach Amphitheater, 2-12-2016
 
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Dark Star Orchestra - Full Show - Pompano Beach Amphitheater, Pompano Beach, FL., 2-12-2016. Recorded by adam @ CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS. Thanks to Daniel Nolan (spyder9) for the audio line in. Best viewed in 720-1080p HD. DSO Plays: 10-14-88 - Miami Arena - Miami, FL. Set I: Touch Of Grey. New Minglewood Blues. Row Jimmy. It's All Over Now. Brown Eyed Women. Masterpiece. Bird Song. Promised Land. Set II: China Cat Sunflower~I Know You Rider. Saint Of Circumstance. He's Gone. Drums~Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad. I Need A Miracle. Dear Mr. Fantasy~Hey Jude Reprise E: Black Muddy River. Bonus Track: How Sweet It Is.
Views: 33803 CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS
Grateful Dead "Not Fade Away" Chicago 7/5/2015
 
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Grateful Dead Fare Thee Well "Not Fade Away Soldier Field Chicago 7/5/2015
Views: 9586 Ron Potoczny
Bob Weir and Rainbow Full Of Sound - China Cat Sunflower giznta I Know You Rider
 
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Bob Weir and RAINBOW FULL of SOUND This was a benefit at the Hard Rock Cafe in SF by the Jerry Garcia Foundation: http://www.jerrygarciafoundation.org/ for: Imagine There's No Hunger: https://www.facebook.com/Imagine-Theres-No-Hunger-170359152979498/ Full Setlist: http://deadheadland.com/weir20151218hr
Views: 519 Deadheadland Films
Grateful Dead - Sound Check - 10/31/80 - Radio City Music Hall (OFFICIAL)
 
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Grateful Dead - Sound Check Recorded Live: 10/31/1980 - Radio City Music Hall (New York, NY) More Grateful Dead at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com/ Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 6846 Music Vault
Grateful Dead 7/8/95 Set 2
 
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Second Set China Cat Sunflower I Know You Rider It's All Too Much Saint Of Circumstance Terrapin Station Drums Space The Other One Visions of Johanna One More Saturday Night US Blues
Views: 7025 terrapinhart
The Grass is Dead - Hyatt Regency McCormick Place - Chicago, Il  7-3-2015
 
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Hey Now & Welcome to Chicago !!! What a way to get the whole Fare Thee Well "Trip" off to a Great start..... Due to travel logistics I had to make do without a tripod leaving me to film from unusual and less than desirable spots such as tops of speakers and in my lap from a chair, leading to some vibration, butt bumps, camera falls and peeps passing by but all in all this is one helluva fun video ! For more music videos go to Dababe44 on Youtube...Not for Sale - Just Enjoy & Share !! Setlist: Deep Elem Blues Dark Hollow Row Jimmy The Harder they Come Rosalie McFall-- He's Gone You Win Again Glendale Train China Cat Sunflower-- Mexicali Blues Alabama Getaway Little Sadie Grateful Dawg Run for the Roses Panama Red-- Viola Lee Blues-- Cumberland Blues-- Viola Lee Blues Mountains of the Moon-- China Doll-- Lonesome Fiddle Blues Cassidy Johnny B Goode Peace, Love, Blues and Bluegrass........ DaBabe ( Mark )
Views: 1463 dababe44
Grateful Dead RFK Stadium, Washington, DC 7/13/89 Complete Show
 
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Grateful Dead July 13, 1989 RFK Stadium Washington, DC Brokedown House Production Taped & Provided by Ian Production Consultant: Markiki Capture & Edit by P.Togos Synch & Author by Kevin Tobin Video: AUD (Tripod) } Master Master: JVC GX-N8U } JVC HR-S20U } VHS Master (Maxell RX Pro 120) Transfer: VHS Master } Panasonic AG-7150 } Canopus ADVC-300 } Firewire } HD } Sony Vegas 9 (.avi) } MPEG2 } TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 2.0 } DVD Architect Pro 6 } DVD9 [NTSC, 4:3, 8.0 Mbs, 720x480, 29.97 fps] Audio: SBD & AKG 414-BTL Set 1 & Encore - SBD } Master Cassette } CD } Samplitude Professional v10.1 } Adobe Audition v1.5 } FLAC (shnid=95939) All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller - October 5, 2008 Set 2 - Source: AKG 414-BTL (cardioid X-Y) } Neuman BS945i } Technics SVMD1 DAT (shnid=133784) Lineage: Master DAT @ 48kHz } Panasonic SV3700 } 48kHz 16bit WAV } Sample Manager } 44.1kHz 24bit WAV } Wavelab 8.5 / Izotope Ozone 6.1 / MBit+ Dither } 44.1kHz 16bit WAV Recorded, Transferred and Digitally Mastered by Dan Tepper [LPCM, 1.5 Mbs, 16 Bit, 48 kHz] Set 1 Hell In A Bucket Cold Rain & Snow Little Red Rooster Tennessee Jed * Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again * To Lay Me Down Let It Grow 01:08:58 Set 2 He's Gone Looks Like Rain Terrapin Station Drums Space I Will Take You Home The Other One Wharf Rat Throwing Stones Good Lovin' U.S. Blues 01:43:14 Notes: Set 1 00:01:26-00:03:30 - Tape Warble Set 2 00:01:10-00:01:16 - Filled With Graphics 00:54:51-00:55:05 - Filled With Graphics 01:40:55-01:43:14 - Filled With Graphics Jerry Garcia - Guitar Bob Weid - Guitar Brent Mydland - Keyboards Phil Lesh - Bass Bill Kreutzmann - Drums Mickey Hart - Drums Bruce Hornsby - Accordion *
Views: 31326 Kevin Tobin