U.S. Blues Mexicali Blues Brown Eyed Women Beat It On Down The Line Candyman Jack Straw China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider El Paso Loser Playing In The Band
Cumberland Blues It Must Have Been The Roses Big River Bertha Weather Report Suite Prelude -> Weather Report Suite Part -> Let It Grow -> Row Jimmy Ship Of Fools The Promised Land Dark Star -> Morning Dew Sugar Magnolia -> Not Fade Away -> Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad -> Not Fade Away
Encore It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
This is not sourced from the current 2-24-74 tree.
There is no dropout in the China->Rider Segue.
[GSH NOTE: Disc 4 does NOT require an overburn, as stated in
the info file. The length of disc 4 is 73:52, not 74:06.]
(Note: Disc4 requires an overburn as it is 74:06.)
CDRs which i know permit overburn are: Maxell, TDK. I hear Sonys will also.
Mitsuis will NOT.
My subjective quality grade: A-. No Dropouts, Clicks, or Digital Noise are present as far as I know.There is a small amount of guitar distortion in Cumberland Blues in Garcia's solo.
Microsoft Word7 CD labels for each disc are provided, in B/W.
February 22, 2011 Subject:
Another great 74 show from a great run.
Incredible WRS & Dark Star->Morning Dew. Also an excellent Sugar Mag. Don't have a bad thing to say about this performance (maybe the China Cat and Baby Blue are a bit on the sluggish side but still great).
January 25, 2011 Subject:
As others have said, the show starts a bit slow, but gets real fun and creative as it progresses. The China -> Rider is beautiful, possibly the highlight of the show for me, and the show simply kicks from then on. Awesome Dark Star -> Dew, WRS, and Sugar Mag, especially.
February 28, 2010 Subject:
bit of a slow start but they go out with a bang great great morning dew, really spacey dark star i agree, and the sugar magnolia was great too
I was reading and dozing off while listening to this show last night, and um....
The Morning Dew is simply outstanding
October 1, 2009 Subject:
This show is too hot to be so overlooked. This has always been one of those shows that no one seems to know but I caught on too early.
The Morning Dew is my favorite ever. No other rendition has this feel. Jerry is almost too into it and the whole band moves together at the end. This version is completely overlooked and should be mentioned whenever anyone speaks of a hot Dew for comparison. Check it out and call me crazy if you dont hear it. Plain smoking.
July 13, 2009 Subject:
Great show... really spacey but not hurt your ear Dark Star and a really fine closer with Dylan's Baby Blue
Overall good set list and well played throughout
August 20, 2008 Subject:
Nice Recording. I'm not sure what the other reviewer is hoping for; the other source on Archive has the same problems with levels. It seems like it just exists on all the SBD recordings. I think this source actually sounds a little better.
May 20, 2008 Subject:
great set list ... levels a little odd
definitely worth a listen, but sometimes all I hear is drums (on Mexicali)
and Donna is not always in tune (and I generally enjoy Donna's stuff - but this is not one of her better nites)