Grateful Dead Live at Boston Garden on 1991-09-21
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Hell In A Bucket, They Love Each Other, Minglewood Blues, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, Cassidy, Deal
Uncle John's Band-> Saint Of Circumstance-> Eyes Of The World-> Jam*-> Drums-> Jam-> The Other One-> Wharf Rat-> One More Saturday Night, E: It's All Over Now Baby Blue
*Hornsby is prominant
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|Crowd & Tuning|
|Hell in a Bucket|
|They Love Each Other|
|| 6:58 | Minglewood Blues|
|Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues|
|Crowd & Tuning|
|Uncle John's Band >|
|Saint of Circumstance >|
|Eyes of the World >|
|Bruce & Drums >|
|Space w Shenandoha and So What! themes >|
|The Other One >|
|Wharf Rat >|
|One More Saturday Night|
|It's All Over Now Baby Blue|
The James Young & Clay Brennecke FOB Vault - a GEMS Production
May 2008 ... we are in progress with The James Young and Clay Brennecke FOB Vault Transfer Project. We have all the Master DATs and are hard at work transferring, editing and soon to be releasing the shows Clay & James recorded from 1991 through 1994. James and Clay began recording with B&K 4011 microphones and a Sony Pro DAT in the Spring of 1991. Summer 1991 mainly saw recordings from the Front Row Dead Center of the Official Taper Section (OTS). June 28, 1991 was their first FOB Recording. And starting with Fall 1991, all of their recordings were All FOB All The Time! Early they recorded with the B&K 4011 Cardiod Mics in the ORTF pattern into a Modified Sony Pro DAT Deck. In 1993, James traded in the B&K's for the AMS ST-250 Soundfield Mic and recorded in the Blumlein pattern into the modified Sony Pro DAT Deck. We are starting at the beginning and working our way to the end of this vault. Spring 1991 through 1994. We have added artwork for CD's and included an m3u playlist for import into your choice of PC/MAC media player ... and if your player supports FLAC, all you have to do is place the folder where you plan to store the files and import the playlist - tracks, tagged and with art are ready for you. We hope you enjoy their body of recording work. ------- Todd & Jamie - Project GEMS.
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- 2009-09-20 19:34:30
- 16 bit – 48kHz DAT Master > TASCAM DA-20 (SPDIF out) -> LynxTWO-B Audio Reference Interface (SPDIF in) -> Wavelab 6.0 (Weiss Saracon for 16 BIT – 44.1kHz SRC and POWR-3 Dither)
- Boston, MA
- Run time
- Set 1 Clone of Master DAT, Set 2 Master DAT Set 1 Clone of Master DAT Recording Equipment: B&K 4011 110º ORTF > Neumann BS 48i-2> Modified Sony TCD D-10 Pro Recording Location: FOB
- Taped by
- James Young and Clay Brennecke
- Transferred by
- Todd Evans and Jamie Waddell
- Boston Garden
Subject: Classic Saturday show
This is one of the best Brennecker/Young recordings of the tour. Full and balanced with Phil dead center and the rest of the band spread out accordingly. First set takes its own sweet time getting going in the first place and maintains that pace throughout. Opens proper with a state of the art Bucket and the ultimate sit back and be patient Jerry follow-up, TLEO. By the time the band is in the middle of a cacophonous Cassidy, you forget that relaxing part of the set with the pleasant Tom Thumb and your old friend Minglewood. Deal is also an aural assault. Look, there’s a lot of scuttlebutt about Bruce lecturing Jerry at some point during this run (mid-set first night? Followed by Jerry deciding to pull a fast one on the whole band with that Fire out of Slipknot? Maybe.). I would argue that it was Bruce that needed the talking to. Take it easy, baby. Too much pounding. It doesn’t always have to be over the frigging top.
Second set is really great. I brought a hipster friend who had had at least one transformative experience at at Dead show once before (Hampton) but had more or less moved on. I joked with him before the second set that maybe they would play “No-one” by the Minutemen. If you happen to know that late-period song by the late great band from San Pedro, you will hear it in the Drums section of the show. I was very proud to bring some newbies to this show; the second set in particular was sparkly. Bruce’s extroverted nature was kind of appreciated for that reason. It’s a classic Boston show. Thanks again to the tapers.
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