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Re: Vinyl
« Reply #12975 on: March 07, 2018, 11:07:57 AM »
Live Dead, live Living Colour, live Iggy Pop, live Rage, live SunRa, live Wilco. Nice trend.

Live Rory! RSD want list sorted. And I'll will have to have the two Jimi 7".



Fuck, I don’t think that is making it over to this side of the pond.

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Re: Vinyl
« Reply #12976 on: March 07, 2018, 11:23:32 AM »
Live Dead, live Living Colour, live Iggy Pop, live Rage, live SunRa, live Wilco. Nice trend.

Live Rory! RSD want list sorted. And I'll will have to have the two Jimi 7".



Fuck, I don’t think that is making it over to this side of the pond.

Yup. Sucks. No RSD :phish: on vinyl over here...
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Re: Vinyl
« Reply #12977 on: March 07, 2018, 11:28:59 AM »
Live Dead, live Living Colour, live Iggy Pop, live Rage, live SunRa, live Wilco. Nice trend.

Live Rory! RSD want list sorted. And I'll will have to have the two Jimi 7".



Fuck, I don’t think that is making it over to this side of the pond.

Yup. Sucks. No RSD :phish: on vinyl over here...

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Re: Vinyl
« Reply #12978 on: March 08, 2018, 01:57:23 PM »

http://jerrygarcia.com/before-the-dead-a-new-collection-exploring-garcias-early-years/

On May 11th, Round Records will release an expansive retrospective box set titled Before The Dead which brings together a rare collection of the earliest known performances by Jerry Garcia. From an informal and intimate 1961 performance of simple folk songs at a birthday party with future songwriting partner Robert Hunter to more polished coffeehouse gigs with old-timey and bluegrass bands through 1964, this collection showcases Garcia’s deep study of the folk music tradition and its influence on his musical journey leading to the formation of the Grateful Dead. Even with his entire musical career in front of him, Garcia’s magnetic presence as a performer can be plainly heard in these first steps.

Before The Dead is produced and curated by longtime Grateful Dead publicist and author Dennis McNally and documentarian Brian Miksis who also contributed extensive liner notes to the collection bringing historical context for each performance and the carefully researched lineage of each recording. The liner notes, along with track by track essays and listening notes by musicologist & bluegrass historian Neil V. Rosenberg, essays from Sara Ruppenthal Katz (Garcia’s first wife) and Stu Goldstein (former owner of The Tangent) and rare photos and memorabilia comprise the 32-page book included with the collection.

Before The Dead will be released in two physical configurations – a limited edition 5-LP boxed set and a 4-CD edition. The 5-LP boxed set is pressed to 180-gram vinyl in a limited edition of 2,500 by Quality Record Pressings from lacquers cut by Ron McMaster at Capitol Records. The recordings contained within Before The Dead were restored and mastered by Fred Kevorkian. Both configurations are now available for pre-order at GarciaFamilyProvisions.com in advance of their May 11th release date.

SIDE ONE:

Bob and Jerry
May 26, 1961
Brigid Meier’s Sixteenth Birthday Party
Menlo Park, California

1. SANTY ANNO
2. I GOT A HOME IN THAT ROCK
3. OH, MARY DON’T YOU WEEP
4. ALL MY TRIALS
5. I WAS BORN TEN THOUSAND YEARS AGO
6. BLOW THE CANDLES OUT
7. RAKE AND A RAMBLING BOY
8. TROUBLE IN MIND

SIDE TWO:

Jerry Garcia, Marshall Leicester, and Robert Hunter
July 1961
Boar’s Head Coffeehouse, Carlos Book Stall
San Carlos, California

1. BROWN’S FERRY BLUES
2. JESSE JAMES

Jerry Garcia and Unknown Musician
Summer or Fall 1961
Boar’s Head Coffeehouse, Carlos Book Stall
San Carlos, California

3. DOWN IN THE WILLOW GARDEN
4. LONG LONESOME ROAD
5. RAILROAD BILL
6. THE WAGONER’S LAD
7. KATIE CRUEL

SIDE THREE:

Sleepy Hollow Hog Stompers
June 11, 1962
Boar’s Head Coffeehouse, Peninsula Jewish Community Center
San Carlos, California

1. CANNONBALL BLUES
2. LITTLE BIRDIE
3. SALLY GOODIN
4. HOLD THAT WOODPILE DOWN
5. LEGEND OF THE JOHNSON BOYS
6. SHADY GROVE
7. SWEET SUNNY SOUTH
8. MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW

SIDE FOUR & FIVE

Hart Valley Drifters
Fall 1962
KZSU Radio Studio A, Stanford University
Stanford, California

1. BAND INTRODUCTIONS
2. ROVING GAMBLER
3. GROUND SPEED
4. PIG IN A PEN
5. STANDING IN THE NEED OF PRAYER
6. FLINT HILL SPECIAL
7. NINE POUND HAMMER
8. HANDSOME MOLLY
9. CLINCH MOUNTAIN BACKSTEP

1. THINK OF WHAT YOU’VE DONE
2. CRIPPLE CREEK
3. ALL THE GOOD TIMES HAVE PAST AND GONE
4. BILLY GRIMES, THE ROVER
5. PADDY ON THE TURNPIKE (BOYS, MY MONEY’S ALL GONE)
6. RUN MOUNTAIN
7. SUGAR BABY
8. SITTING ON TOP OF THE WORLD

SIDE SIX:

The Wildwood Boys
February 23, 1963
Top of the Tangent
Palo Alto, California

1. ROLL IN MY SWEET BABY’S ARMS
2. JERRY’S BREAKDOWN
3. STANDING IN THE NEED OF PRAYER
4. MULE SKINNER BLUES
5. SATURDAY NIGHT SHUFFLE
6. PIKE COUNTY BREAKDOWN
7. THE LITTLE SPARROW
8. WE SHALL NOT BE MOVED

SIDE SEVEN:

Jerry and Sara
May 4, 1963
Top of the Tangent
Palo Alto, California

1. DEEP ELEM BLUES
2. WILL THE WEAVER
3. I TRULY UNDERSTAND
4. LONG BLACK VEIL
5. THE MAN WHO WROTE HOME SWEET HOME NEVER WAS A MARRIED MAN
6. FOGGY MOUNTAIN TOP

SIDE EIGHT:

Black Mountain Boys
Fall 1963
Top of the Tangent
Palo Alto, California

1. BAREFOOT NELLIE
2. SHE’S MORE TO BE PITIED
3. NOAH’S BREAKDOWN
4. WHO WILL SING FOR ME?

Black Mountain Boys
January 10, 1964
Top of the Tangent
Palo Alto, California

5. SALT CREEK
6. MONROE’S HORNPIPE (JODY’S HORNPIPE)
7. ROSA LEE McFALL
8. JOHN HARDY/CLOSING THEME

Black Mountain Boys
March 6, 1964
Top of the Tangent
Palo Alto, California

9. KATIE KLINE
10. WALKIN’ THE DOG

SIDE NINE:

Black Mountain Boys
March 6, 1964
Top of the Tangent
Palo Alto, California

1. PADDY ON THE TURNPIKE (BOYS, MY MONEY’S ALL GONE)
2. LOVE AND WEALTH
3. SOURWOOD MOUNTAIN
4. IF I LOSE
5. HOMESTEAD ON THE FARM (I WONDER HOW THE OLD FOLKS ARE AT HOME)
6. STONEY CREEK
7. SALTY DOG BLUES
8. LOVE PLEASE COME HOME
9. MAKE ME A PALLET ON THE FLOOR
10. DARLIN’ ALLALEE

SIDE TEN:

Black Mountain Boys
March 6, 1964
Top of the Tangent
Palo Alto, California

1. IN THE PINES
2. RAW HIDE
3. BLACK MOUNTAIN RAG
4. TRUE LIFE BLUES
5. MEDLEY: DEVIL’S DREAM—SAILOR’S HORNPIPE

Black Mountain Boys
Spring 1964
Top of the Tangent
Palo Alto, California

6. DRINK UP AND GO HOME

Asphalt Jungle Mountain Boys
Summer 1964
Top of the Tangent
Palo Alto, California

7. THESE MEN OF GOD
8. ROLL ON BUDDY
9. GOODBYE OLD PAL
10. BACK UP AND PUSH


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Re: Vinyl
« Reply #12979 on: March 08, 2018, 02:02:57 PM »
Not gonna lie.
This is possibly the most exciting release announcement since the last exciting release announcement.


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Re: Vinyl
« Reply #12980 on: March 08, 2018, 02:55:52 PM »
Wow, pretty amazing that all those recordings are still in existence!
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Re: Vinyl
« Reply #12981 on: March 08, 2018, 05:31:36 PM »
Why do people keep giving Dr. Deaf work? That guy is possibly one of the worst 'masterers' there is.
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Re: Vinyl
« Reply #12982 on: March 08, 2018, 07:51:01 PM »
Dunno, but I already ordered that shit.

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« Reply #12983 on: March 09, 2018, 12:10:45 PM »
RE the RSD 1969-02-27 release:
David Lemieux tells me that they've taken the 1/2" tape that resulted from the 2005 transfer, restoration, and mixdown of the original reels for the Fillmore West CD release, and had Jeffrey Norman master this vinyl release. Liner notes from Jesse Jarnow.


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Re: Vinyl
« Reply #12984 on: March 09, 2018, 12:16:01 PM »
these look super exciting.

may have to hunt that down to order after lunch..
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« Reply #12985 on: March 12, 2018, 04:53:28 PM »
Wow, pretty amazing that all those recordings are still in existence!

I had/have about half of these from the old tape days but they were such high generation they were basically unlistenable.  Can't wait to hear what the vault stuff sounds like after a remaster.  Should be great!
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« Reply #12986 on: March 12, 2018, 08:10:10 PM »
The new album by The Decemberists was waiting for me when I got home today! It was signed by the band taboot! I know I paid the extra $2 to get the limited orange vinyl edition, but I don't remember it saying anywhere that it would be autographed.

It's a good album, by the way.
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Re: Vinyl
« Reply #12987 on: March 12, 2018, 08:28:18 PM »
The new album by The Decemberists was waiting for me when I got home today! It was signed by the band taboot! I know I paid the extra $2 to get the limited orange vinyl edition, but I don't remember it saying anywhere that it would be autographed.

It's a good album, by the way.

Same here. I had no idea it was going to be autographed, either, so yeah it was a cool surprise .

I have a copy of Hazards of Live that was autographed, which I think was limited to like the first few hundred preorders.

Also waiting for me was the new Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats - also a good album, btw.
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Re: Vinyl
« Reply #12988 on: March 12, 2018, 10:50:41 PM »
The new Doc and Merle Sonic Journal (Bear) just came out on vinyl.  $32 shipped on Amazon Prime.  If it sounds half as good as the first one (Janice Joplin), it's a must own.  Came out last year on 7CD, but I have been waiting for the 180g vinyl (2LP).  Should be here in a couple of days.  Pumped.  The Janice album sounds amazing!
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« Reply #12989 on: March 13, 2018, 11:23:14 AM »
The new Doc and Merle Sonic Journal (Bear) just came out on vinyl.  $32 shipped on Amazon Prime.  If it sounds half as good as the first one (Janice Joplin), it's a must own.  Came out last year on 7CD, but I have been waiting for the 180g vinyl (2LP).  Should be here in a couple of days.  Pumped.  The Janice album sounds amazing!

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