[bittorrent] gd70-01-03.sbd.ret.19440 Fillmore East
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Band: Grateful Dead
Torrent Name: gd70-01-03.sbd.ret.19440 Fillmore East
Uploaded by: Cranky1
DB Link: http://db.etree.org/shn/19440
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Description / text file:
The Grateful Dead
January 3rd, 1970
CD1 Early Show
1. Morning Dew
2. Me and My Uncle
3. Hard to Handle
4. Cumberland Blues
5. Cold Rain & Snow
6. Alligator >
7. Drums >
8. Jam > Bid You Goodnight Jam > Jam > Alligator Jam & Reprise > Caution Jam >
10. Uncle John's Band (encore)
CD2 Late Show
1. Casey Jones
2. Mama Tried
3. Big Boss Man
4. China Cat Sunflower > Jam >
5. I Know You Rider > High Time tease
6. Mason's Children
7. Cryptical Envelopment >
8. Drums >
9. The Other One >
10. Cryptical Envelopment >
11. Cosmic Charlie
CD3 Late Show (cont.)
1. Uncle John's Band
2. Black Peter
3. Dire Wolf
4. Good Lovin'
5. Dancin' in the Streets > Drums > Dancin' in the Streets
6. St. Stephen (encore) >
7. Midnight Hour (encore)
SBD:MR > DAT > Cass. > DAT > CDR
Thanks to Wayne Gucwa for hooking me up with these fine shows.
Seeded to etree by Mike Lai.
song info send to usalai at nycap.rr.com
track list added to info file by Jeff Hannan
Sound surges and mix imbalances in Me & My Uncle (d1t02) corrected by some channel rebalancing.
(by Bill Giles)
Re-SHN by ret: 2003-09-10
Notes by ret:
When I received this show all the tracks passed the md5 check, but shntool reported sbe's
on every track. I joined the tracks together using Cool Edit Pro. Then re-tracked the whole
show using CDWAV. Shntool confirmed that all the tracks were cut on sector boundaries.
I had sent a copy of the early show to Bill Giles, to see if he could improve the sound of
d1t02 (Me & My Uncle). I substituted his improved version for the one I had received.
No other change was made to the version seeded by Mike Lai.
Here are Bill's notes:
"I've played with this. Problem is stoned man on vol and pan controls -
Weir's guitar which is the main offender in the variable volume stakes
moves from right to left early on, then gets cranked up during Garcia's
solo and at various other points..... So I've done what I can to moderate
the extremes of channel volume fluctuations, but I've left Weir's guitar
still quite high in the mix, as that seems more faithful to this recording.
Given that Weir seems to speed up the tempo during the song, one can
assume that he was playing with extra bounce :)) "
Details posted to etree: 2003-09-13
RET <ret at jezebel.fsnet.co.uk>
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