Monday, June 19, 2017

Jerry Garcia Band 1991-11-16 Knickerbocker Arena Albany,New York

 Jerry Garcia Band
 Knickerbocker Arena
 Albany,New York
 11-16-1991
 Master Audience Nakamichi CM300/>Sony D5 or Sony D6 Lead Deck
  Recorded My Baker,Recorded Just In Front Of Board
 Tapes From Floater,Transfer By Keo
  Tapes Maxell XLII-s 100,90
 Transfer With Nakamichi MR-1>Korg MR-1000 @ 1 Bit/5.6 MHz
  Tracking/Sample Rate Conversion/Flacked/Metadata Tagging
   With AudioGate Software To 32 Bit Float/96 kHz
    Dithered/Flacked With Korg Aqua To 16/44
     SBE's Checked/Fixed With Trader's Little Helper

 Set 1:

 1.Crowd/Taper Talk *
 2.Cats Down Under The Stars *
    * From My First Generation Tapes *
 3.Crowd
 4.Stop That Train
 5.Never Can Tell(C'est La Vie)
 6.Forever Young
 7.Run For The Roses
 8.Money Honey (Tape Flip After Song)
 9...My Sister's And Brother's
10.Lets Spend The Night Together
11.Set Break

 Set 2:

12...Lay Down Sally
13.Technical Difficulties
    "Go Talk Among Yourselves Or Something"
14.Waiting For A Miracle
15.Think
16.And It Stoned Me
17.Ain't No Bread In The Breadbox (Tape Flip After Song)
18...Shining Star
19.Tangled Up In Blue
20.Thank You,See You Later

 Comments:Another HUGE thanks to Floater for sharing
his source tapes!"Cats Down Under The Stars" Was missing
from his tape added from my first generation copy.The
"Cats Down Under The Stars" was from another master from
a Toshiba deck with internal mics which was all copied from
Mr. Baker's master's and the Toshiba master shortly after the
show to my tapes.The beginings of "My Sisters and Brothers",
"Lay Down Sally" and "Shining Star" are all missing a short
amount of music.This source was recorded by Mr. Baker and most
likely the D6 source tapes patched out of the D5.My first
generation tapes were from the Mr. Baker's source tapes which no
longer exists,so these will be the only exisitng masters that
I am aware of From Mr. Baker's recording.Funny but my first
generation tapes sound a bit brighter than these source tapes,
making me believe that Mr. Baker's copies were from the D5 and
this copy was recorded with the D6.My first generation tapes
are on Maxell XL II-s and I may still circulate them as well.
As always Enjoy!


Link


No comments:

Post a Comment