Grateful Dead - Dream bowl Vallejo - february 22, 1969 [FLAC] [tntvillage]

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Grateful Dead - Dream bowl Vallejo - february 22, 1969 [FLAC] [tntvillage]

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rock Folk rock Jam band
Band November 1968 – January 1970:
Jerry Garcia – lead guitar, vocals
Bob Weir – rhythm guitar, vocals
Ron "Pigpen" McKernan – keyboards, harmonica, percussion, vocals
Tom Constanten – keyboards
Phil Lesh – bass, vocals
Bill Kreutzmann – drums
Mickey Hart – drums

==:: Tracklist ::==
Set 1:
1. Dupree's Diamond Blues
2. Mountains Of The Moon
3. Dark Star
4. That's It For The Other One
5. Death Don't Have No Mercy

Set 2:
1. Doin' That Rag
2. St. Stephen
3. The Eleven
4. Turn On Your Lovelight

I Grateful Dead erano celebri per le loro jam di improvvisazione dal vivo; un tratto distintivo dei loro concerti era il modo in cui ogni canzone si trasformava gradualmente nella successiva, senza soluzione di continuità.
Furono quasi costantemente "in tour" per tutta la loro lunga carriera. Fu anche questo a creare un forte sentimento di comunità fra i fan, molti dei quali divennero Deadhead, e seguirono il gruppo in concerto per mesi o per anni. Nei primi anni, il gruppo curava anche una sorta di comune al numero 710 di Ashbury Street, nell'area di Haight-Ashbury a San Francisco, fornendo pasti gratis, alloggio, musica e cure mediche a tutti coloro che si presentavano; furono fra gli esempi più completi della filantropia del movimento hippie, e fecero più concerti gratuiti di qualsiasi altro gruppo della storia della musica.
I Grateful Dead incoraggiavano anche i loro fan a filmare e registrare i concerti e distribuire gratuitamente i nastri[/b]. Il parcheggio fuori dalle strutture in cui il gruppo suonava era, in qualche modo, una parte integrante dell'evento rappresentato da ogni concerto. Vi aveva luogo un vero e proprio mercato itinerante, in cui molti Deadhead lavoravano. Il pubblico si raccoglieva in questi spazi già molte ore prima del concerto.
Con l'eccezione del 1975, anno in cui la band era divisa e suonò solo quattro concerti, i Dead continuarono a viaggiare per gli Stati Uniti in tour dall'inverno del 1965 fino al luglio del 1995 (con sporadiche trasferte in Canada e Europa, e tre notti alla Piramide di Giza, in Egitto, nel 1978.
Furono anche presenti sul palco in festival leggendari come il Monterey Pop Festival (1967) e il festival di Woodstock (1969). Il loro pubblico più numeroso fu nel 1973, quando suonarono insieme a The Allman Brothers Band e The Band davanti a circa 600.000 persone al Summer Jam di Watkins Glen.
Data quest'enfasi sulle esibizioni dal vivo, non stupisce che i loro album in studio fossero generalmente concepiti come raccolte di brani precedentemente suonati in concerto.

Like several other bands during this time, the Grateful Dead allowed their fans to record their shows. For many years the tapers set up their microphones wherever they could. The eventual forest of microphones became a problem for the official sound crew. Eventually this was solved by having a dedicated taping section located behind the soundboard, which required a special "tapers" ticket. The band allowed sharing of tapes of their shows, as long as no profits were made on the sale of their show tapes. Sometimes the sound crew would allow the tapers to connect directly to the soundboard, which created exceptional concert recordings. Recently, there have been some disputes over which recordings archive.org could host on their site. Currently, all recordings are hosted, though soundboard recordings are not available for download, but rather in a streaming format. As of 2009 soundboard recordings from the Bill Graham Archive are available for free streaming and download at Grateful Dead. Of the approximately 2,350 shows the Grateful Dead played, almost 2,200 were taped, and most of these are available online. Concert set lists from a subset of 1,590 Grateful Dead shows were used to perform a comparative analysis between how songs were played in concert and how they are listened online by Last.fm members. In their book Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead: What Every Business Can Learn From the Most Iconic Band in History, David Meerman Scott and Brian Halligan identify the taper section as a crucial idea in increasing the Grateful Dead's fan base.

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat (44.1k)

Transfer Info:
Dat (Sony R500) -> Tascam SS-R05 -> Samplitude Professional v11.2 -> FLAC
(2 Discs Audio / 1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
April 1, 2011

Patch Info:
SBD -> Bear's Cassette -> PCM Supplies:
Dupree's Diamond Blues (complete track)
That's It For The Other One (16:09 - 19:23)
Turn On Your Lovelight (8:10 - 8:42)

Notes:
-- Thanks To David Gans and Dick Latvala for the Dat
-- Thanks to Bob Menke for the patch source
-- Tape flip in Death Don't Have No Mercy cleaned up with crossfade
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help pitch correcting the patch source
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