Nothing much to hear here.
Jerry Garcia Band
2119 University Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94704
May 6, 1983 (Friday)
--Set I (6 tracks, 50:39)--
s1t01. crowd and tuning [0:38]
s1t02. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) [9:17] [0:10] % [0:31]
s1t03. I'll Take A Melody [13:12] [0:08] %
s1t04. That's What Love Will Make You Do [10:58] [0:07] %
s1t05. Mississippi Moon [10:39] ->
s1t06. Run For The Roses [4:50] (1) [0:07]
--Set II (6 tracks, 58:18)--
s2t01. crowd and tuning [0:09]
s2t02. Mission In The Rain 9:50] [0:06] %
s2t03. The Harder They Come [12:42] [0:03] %
s2t04. Knockin' On Heaven's Door [13:24] ->
s2t05. Dear Prudence [13:59] ->
s2t06. Midnight Moonlight [7:56] [0:06] %
Jerry Garcia - el-g, vocals;
John Kahn - el-bass;
Melvin Seals - organ;
Greg Errico - drums;]
Jaclyn LaBranch - backing vocals;
DeeDee Dickerson - backing vocals.
! Recording: symbols: % = recording discontinuity; / = clipped song; // = cut song; ... = fade in/out; # = truncated timing; [ ] = recorded event time. The recorded event time immediately after the song or item name is an attempt at getting the "real" time of the event. So, a timing of [x:xx] right after a song title is an attempt to say how long the song really was, as represented on this recording.
! TJS: http://www.thejerrysite.com/shows/show/1701
! db: none as of 12/21/2011.
! R: Audience tape > 2nd gen cassette (Maxell XLII90, no Dolby) > Nakamichi BX-300 playback (Dolby off) > Pyle Pro cables > WaveTerminal 2496 > Samplitude 10.1 Download Version (record @ 24 bits/48kHz, normalization (98%, set II only) > CD Wave 1.98 (tracking) > Trader's Little Helper v2.4.1 (FLAC encoding) > foobar2000 (tagging).
! R: the tape is hissy. Nor great.
! P: nothing of much note here to my ears. This iteration of the JGB would get really, really hot for a week or so from late May into early June. It could be the poor tape quality, but I really don't have much to say.
! s1t06 (1) JG: "We're gonna take a break for a little while. We'll be back in a few minutes."
! Disclaimer: This is part of a "Closet Call" project aimed at making missing Garcia dates available for study. These are "warts and all" ... straight transfers of the source cassettes with editing only of the most offensive tape transitions and such. If you don't like hiss, possible speed problems, etc., etc., then move along. And, to anticipate a FAQ: no, I don't plan on doing 16/44s of these. Thanks to wk for supplying these tapes!