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Saturday, March 01, 2014

LN jg1981-02-07.jgb.early-late.aud-streeter.123543.flac1644

I have some pretty bland listening notes to catch up with posting. Might try to plant a few this weekend.

Jerry Garcia Band
Orpheum Theatre
1 Hamilton Place
Boston, MA 02108

February 7, 1981 (Saturday)
Streeter early and late complete MAC Miller flac1644 shnid-123543 JGMF retrack

--early show (8 tracks,73:36)--
a-t01. tuning [1:54]
a-t02. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) [8:45] [0:05] % [0:02]
a-t03. Catfish John [11:11] [0:06] % [0:10]
a-t04. That's What Love Will Make You Do [9:12] [0:07] % [0:14]
a-t05. Like A Road [11:44] [0:33]
a-t06. Love In The Afternoon [10:44] [0:05] % [0:03]
a-t07. Sugaree [9:55] [0:07]
a-t08. [0:07] Tangled Up In Blue [8:12] (1) [0:18]

--late show (10 tracks, 94:42)--
--late show, set I (5 tracks, 42:18-0:04)--
b-s1t01. tuning [1:17]
b-s1t02. The Harder They Come [11:54] [0:02] % [0:02]
b-s1t03. They Love Each Other [8:37] [0:04] %  [0:08]
b-s1t04. Tore Up Over You [9:43] [0:05] %
b-s1t05. Mission In The Rain [10:13] (2) [0:09] % pre-set II [0:04]

--late show, set II (5 tracks, 52:24+0:04)--
b-s2t01. I'll Take A Melody [13:29] [0:03] %
b-s2t02. Mississippi Moon [11:14] ->
b-s2t03. Dear Prudence [11:26] [0:05] % [0:06]
b-s2t04. Deal [7:29] ->
b-s2t05. Midnight Moonlight [8:16] (3) [0:16]

! ACT1: Jerry Garcia Band #12b
! lineup: Jerry Garcia - el-g, vocals;
! lineup: John Kahn - el-b;
! lineup: Jimmy Warren - el-piano;
! lineup: Melvin Seals - organ;
! lineup: Daoud Shaw - drums.

! 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:;
! db: (early and late Steve Rolfe, shn); (late show, Jim Vita, flac1644); (early and late John Levene, flac1644); (early and late Bob Morris flac1644); (early and late shows, pitch/speed correction of Levene source shnid-88927, flac1644); (early and late Streeter, this fileset).
! map:,-71.0610765,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x89e3709cb51cffcf:0x6575ac76b6bcc90f
! venue:
! band: JGB #12b (
! tags: JGB, 1981, Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA, Frank Streeter, listening notes
! R: field recordist: Frank Streeter
! R: field recording location: unknown
! R: field recording gear: ?2x? AKG D330BT mic(s) > Sony TC-D5M
! R: field recording media: Maxell MX90
! R: Transfer Info: Cassette Master (Sony TC-K677ES) -> Sound Devices 744T (24bit/48k) ->
Adobe Audition v3.0 -> Samplitude Professional v11.2.1 -> FLAC/16 (3 Discs Audio / 1 DVD FLAC). All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller,, January 20, 2013.
! R: seeder notes: "Late show is seamless. There were a ton of snaps and 'thud' sounds I cleaned up (some remain). Thanks to Frank Streeter for lending me his masters. Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction."
! R: JGMF rename for sets 2/23/2014.
! context: A quartet version of this band debuted January 22-23. That was JGB #12a. The second keyboardist (Jimmy Warren on electric piano), arrived for five more local shows in two weeks, and then the band took off on tour. Garcia was nothing if not insistent that his players jump in with both feet, deep end. Three consecutive nights (Warner in DC on the 4th, Lehigh University on the 5th, the Tower in Philly on the 6th, now two shows in Boston. It's not surprising that I don't feel boatloads of energy (which could also reflect my own state of mind, as much as the players'). Note that at least five tapers walked home with recordings this night. I have not A-B'd them, and don't expect to have time to do so, but one never knows.
! P: On this listen (2/23/2014), the shows don't do much for me.
! P: a-t03 CJ some very interesting guitar work. Fanning over 9-min mark. Nice.
! P: a-t05 LAR at end a woman gives a great big "Thank you, Jerry!" This song always had a nice feel of connection Jerry and the audience, as in that early '89 show.
! a-t08 (1) JG: "Thanks a lot. See ya later."
! P: a-t08 TUIB PA screech late 4-min mark.
! b1-t05 (2) JG: "We're gonna take a break for a little while, we'll be back in a coupla minutes."
! b2-t05 (3) JG: "Thanks a lot. See ya."

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