Jerry Garcia Band
San Francisco, CA
Source: Audience recording > AKG460's > Sony WM-D5 > MAC (Maxell MX90 x 2)
Transfer: MAC > Nakamichi BX-125E > EMU 0202 > Wavelab 6 > wav 24/96 >
Adobe Audition 1.5 > Wavelab 6 (with iZotope Ozone 4) > iZotope RX Advanced >
wav 16/44.1 > CD Wave > TLH > Flac 16
Taped by Matt Muir
01 //How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
02 Forever Young
03 Love In The Afternoon
04 And It Stoned Me
05 My Sisters And Brothers >
02 The Harder They Come (The Harder They Fall)
03 I Shall Be Released
04 Stop That Train
06 That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day) >
07 Tangled Up In Blue
Jerry Garcia - guitar, vocals
John Kahn - bass
Melvin Seals - keyboards
David Kemper - drums
Jaclyn LaBranch - backing vocals
Gloria Jones - backing vocals
- Garcia's mic wasn't working at the start of the first set but comes on after a minute or so.
- "How Sweet It Is" cuts in about ½ way through the second verse. There's a few mic bumps in the first couple
of minutes or so.
- "Evangeline" is missing the first few seconds
- The tape was paused between most songs, these and tape flips have been crossfaded.
Matt first contacted me back in February 2007 saying that he had some masters that would be nice to share. So we tried
to arrange for him to get the tapes to me but for one reason or another he wasn't able do so until just a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, when I went to listen to them, I found that my Nak had a problem and had to send it for a service and replacement reel motor. So having waited 3 years another few weeks hardly seemed to matter. Anyway here it is at long last.
Matt's memories of the night:
We taped it using a Sony D5 and AKG460's held in two sleeves in a baseball cap "hornhat" sitting at the only table with a light above it, so we were a little nervous being our first time at The Stone. I remember there was a big video screen showing the players which I thought unusual for such a small bar. I remember, thinking while enjoying the concert, how I would like to get that video.
Many thanks to Matt for lending me his masters
edired and mastered