Jerry Does Dylan – A Compilation

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Jerry Does Dylan
A Compilation

DISC ONE – ACOUSTIC
1. When I Paint My Masterpiece (9:42)
(Garcia & Kahn, Auditorium Theatre, Rochester, NY, 11/27/84)
2. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry (5:47)
(Garcia & Kahn, Boston Opera House, 6/28/82)
3. Little Sadie (3:14)
(Garcia, Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ, 4/10/82, Early Show)
4. Going, Going, Gone (4:19)
(Garcia & Kahn, Kabuki Theatre, San Francisco, 8/23/82, Late Show)
5. She Belongs To Me (5:56)
(Garcia & Grisman, The Warfield, San Francisco, 5/92)
6. Simple Twist of Fate (10:42)
(Garcia & Kahn, Boston Opera House, 6/28/82)

DISC TWO – ELECTRIC
1. When I Paint My Masterpiece (13:39)
(JGB, 7/27/80, Palace Theatre, Albany, NY)
2. Tears of Rage (10:44)
(JGB, 1/31/91, The Warfield, San Francisco)
3. Forever Young (8:38)
(JGB, 8/24/91, Goldcoast Concert Bowl, Squaw Valley, CA)
4. Wicked Messenger (10:19)
(Legion of Mary, 4/11/75, Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA, Late Show)
5. Positively 4th Street (9:51)
(JGB, 10/31/75, Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA, Late Show)
6. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (7:37)
(JGB, 8/30/87, The Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA)
7. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry (6:22)
(Garcia & Saunders, 7/10/73, The Keystone, Berkeley, CA)

DISC THREE – ELECTRIC
1. Going, Going, Gone (12:00)
(Garcia & Saunders, 11/16/74, Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA, Early Show)
2. Tough Mama (8:18)
(JGB, 7/8/77, Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY, Early Show)
3. Senor (7:56)
(JGB, 11/7/93, USAir Arena, Landover, MD)
4. Simple Twist of Fate (14:19)
(JGB, 7/24/80, Bushnell Auditorium, Hartford)
5. I Shall Be Released (8:42)
(JGB, 9/1/90, Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA)
6. Tangled Up In Blue (12:20)
(JGB, 8/8/90, The Warfield, San Francisco)

My MO: I listened to as many versions of each song as I could find. That meant roughly 140 versions of Simple Twist and anywhere from 20-75 versions of most of the others. I eliminated those that didn’t pass a minimum threshhold of listenability and then gave full listens to all the other versions. My selections were based on whatever whims I had at the time. Basically, though, vocals were usually a minor consideration. Sound quality was a priority but not that it was what informed my final choices. The only thing I knew beforehand was that the 8/8/90 Tangled Up In Blue would be included. It is my favorite Jerry performance in any incarnation and the last five minutes are the greatest guitar solo I’ve ever heard from anybody, anywhere, anytime. It’s also what got the idea in my head to do this.

The only omission was All Along The Watchtower, which was played once (10/25/87) and does not circulate. I chose the better part of valor and decided against using the version released as part of the Pure Jerry series. Fully recognizing that I couldn’t be all things to all people, I hope this works as most things or most people.

As I was dealing with 19 different tracks from 18 different sources (mostly aud’s), matching levels and segueing were somewhat problematic. I have tried to minimize this as best I could, or at least as gently as possible.

Thanks to:
Tol, who singularly made this possible.
Zuma_Aiko Bill and SIRMick, who offered solicited help with the set lists.
Rory Kallfelz, who came through big-time when I sent out a short-notice SOS for help tweaking the art.
JG and his partners in crime through the years.

FYI
http://www.jerrygarcia.com
http://www.thejerrysite.com/index.jsp
http://www.deaddisc.com/

skiddly_bop(at)verizon(dot)net

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Jerry Does Reggae – A Compilation

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Jerry Does Reggae
A Compilation

1. Sitting In Limbo (1/12/94)
Garcia & Grisman, The Warfield, San Francisco
2. The Harder They Come (11/6/81)
Jerry Garcia Band, Capitol Theatre, Passaic, N.J.
3. Stop That Train (8/8/90)
Jerry Garcia Band, The Warfield, San Francisco
4. Stir It Up (1/29/77)
Jerry Garcia Band, Keystone, Berkeley, CA
5. Johnny Too Bad (9/10/94)
Jerry Garcia Band, Reno Hilton Amphitheatre, Reno, NV
6. Sitting In Limbo (7/24/80)
Jerry Garcia Band, Bushnell Auditorium, Hartford, CT
7. Struggling Man (7/7/79)
Reconstruction, Keystone Palo Alto, Palo Alto, CA
8. Boogie On Reggae Woman (4/12/75)
Legion Of Mary, Masonic Temple, Scranton, PA, late show

The History
Boogie On Reggae Woman: Yeah, I know. Technically not a reggae song but Stevie Wonder did put it in the title. Played 24 times by Garcia & Saunders and the Legion of Mary from 1974-75.

Johnny Too Bad: Played five times with the JGB from 1994-95.

Sitting In Limbo: Played 108 times, mostly electric versions by Garcia & Saunders, Legion of Mary and the JGB from 1974-82 and 10 times by Garcia & Grisman from 1991-94.

Stir It Up: Played 33 times with Keith & Donna version of the JGB from July, 1976 to December, 1977.

Stop That Train: Played 122 times from 1976-95 by almost every lineup of the JGB.

Struggling Man: Played 58 times starting with 17 by Reconstruction in 1979, then reentered the repertoire in 1990 until the very end.

The Harder They Come: Played 362 times from 1973-95 by Garcia & Saunders, Legion of Mary and multiple JGBs. The second-most played song among Jerry’s side projects, behind only How Sweet It Is.

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Jerry Does Motown – A Compilation

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Jerry Garcia
Don’t Forget The Motor City:
Jerry Does Motown
A Compilation

DISC ONE
1. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) (7:58)
(JGB, Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT, 11/23/1977)
2. The Way You Do The Things You Do (6:48)
(JGB, The Palladium, New York, 11/10/1981)
3. Ain’t No Mountain High Enough (7:00)
(Garcia & Saunders, Keystone, Berkeley, CA, 10/4/1974)
4. (I’m A) Road Runner (10:29)
(JGB, Keystone, Berkeley, CA, 10/12/1975)
5. Another Star (12:05)
(Reconstruction, Keystone Palo Alto, Palo Alto, CA, 6/17/1979)
6. When The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game (6:54)
(JGB, The Warfield, San Francisco, 4/21/1991)
7. I Second That Emotion (9:17)
(JGB, The Warfield, San Francisco, 8/9/1990)

DISC TWO
1. (I’m A) Road Runner (7:16)
(JGB, Palace Theatre, Albany, NY, 11/4/1981)
2. I Second That Emotion (10:01)
(Garcia & Saunders, Rheem Theatre, Moraga, CA, 2/9/1974)
3. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) (8:33)
(JGB, Lisner Auditorium, Washington, Early Show, 2/12/1980)
4. Ain’t No Woman (Like The One I Got) (11:40)
(Garcia & Saunders, Keystone, Berkeley, CA, 3/9/1974)
5. Boogie On Reggae Woman (14:27)
(Legion of Mary, The Bottom Line, New York, Early Show, 4/8/1975)
6. When The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game (6:59)
(Reconstruction, Old Waldorf, San Francisco, 4/23/1979)
7. I Was Made To Love Her (7:44)
(Garcia & Saunders, The Lion’s Share, San Anselmo, CA, 1/19/1972)

DISC THREE (68:46)
1. The Way You Do The Things You Do (12:24)
(JGB, The Horizon, Rosemont, IL, 11/22/1991)
2. Honey Chile (10:51)
(Garcia & Saunders, Homer’s Warehouse, Palo Alto, CA, 5/5/1973)
3. I Second That Emotion (10:10)
(JGB, Keystone, Berkeley, CA, 8/20/1981)
4. Creepin’ (17:11)
(Legion of Mary, Keystone, Berkeley, CA, 2/14/1975)
5. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) (6:39)
(JGB, Orpheum Theatre, Boston, 10/24/1975)
6. (I’m A) Road Runner (11:28)
(JGB, Sophie’s, Palo Alto, CA, 1/09/76)

DISC FOUR (70:32)
1. Hi-Heeled Sneakers (8:47)
(Garcia & Saunders, The Lion’s Share, San Anselmo, CA, 9/24/1971)
2. The Way You Do The Things You Do (7:32)
(JGB, Lisner Auditorium, Washington, 4/3/1976)
3. Come See About Me (9:43)
(Keith & Donna Band, Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, 8/20/1975)
4. I Second That Emotion (11:38)
(JGB, Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, 3/19/1978)
5. What’s Going On? (26:13)
(Garcia & Saunders, Keystone, Berkeley, CA, 7/22/1974)
6. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) (6:36)
(JGB, Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, 11/26/1988)

My MO: Essentially the same as Jerry Does Dylan. I listened to as many versions of each song as I could get my hands on. Unlike Jerry Does Dylan, quite a few of these songs weren’t performed many times, some only once. Basically, I selected whatever struck my fancy. Many different things contributed to my choices, none of them consistently. Sometimes it was the sound quality. Sometimes it was a solo. Sometimes it was the energy. Sometimes it was a guest artist. I didn’t necessarily shy away from a flaw or two if the performance was worth it. Much of the funkier stuff was performed only as instrumentals and usually, if not always, Merl was on the keyboards. There were a handful of songs that were performed across Jerry band incarnations. I started out selecting one version from each “band” until I came up with six versions of How Sweet It Is. I pared that down to four and put one on each disc. There are also more than one versions of I Second That Emotion, The Way You Do The Things You Do, Road Runner and maybe another. I also took a few liberties. Ain’t No Woman was not released on Motown but it was first recorded by the Four Tops so it’s included. Hi-Heel Sneakers was also not originally released by Motown but it was later covered by Stevie Wonder so I included it. On these discs, you’ll hear a few different lead singers. Merl does a tune. Backup singer Sarah Fulcher does a tune. Keith Godchaux does one. There’s Paul Butterfield and James Booker as well as the short-lived JGB that featured Nicky Hopkins.

THE HISTORY
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough: Performed once by Garcia & Saunders in 1974.

Ain’t No Woman (Like The One I Got): Performed four times by Garcia & Saunders, all in 1974.

Another Star: Performed 14 times by Reconstruction in 1979.

Boogie On Reggae Woman: Performed 21 times in 1974-75 by Garcia & Saunders and the Legion of Mary.

Come See About Me: Performed once by the Keith & Donna Band in 1975.

Creepin’: Performed twice in 1975 by the Legion of Mary.

Hi-Heel Sneakers: Performed eight times from 1971-74 by Garcia & Saunders.

Honey Chile: Performed eight times in 1973 by Garcia & Saunders.

How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You): Performed 427 times by every incarnation of Jerry’s bands with the exception of Reconstruction. From its entrance into the repertoire in 1972, it was played numerous times every year, up to, and including, the final JGB show on 4/23/1995.

I Second That Emotion: Performed 204 times, it, too, found it’s way into Jerry’s repertoire consistently through 1978, then disappeared until Melvin joined the band in 1981 where it remained until early 1984. It reappeared in September, 1989 and remained until the end.

I Was Made To Love Her: Performed eight times, all by Garcia & Saunders in 1972-73.

(I’m A) Road Runner: Performed 75 times, mostly from 1974-76, appeared once in 1978 and then from 1981-83.

Sunshine Of My Life: Performed once with Garcia & Saunders in 1973. Unfortunately, no versions of that show circulate and it’s not included here.

The Way You Do The Things You Do: Performed 148 times in three different phases, 1976-78, 1981-84, 1990-1995.

What’s Going On?: Performed once by Garcia & Saunders in 1974.

When The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game: Performed 10 times, first with Reconstruction in 1979 and returned briefly in both 1991 and 1993.

THANKS
SIRMick, for his always helpful knowledge and guidance, not to mention his Photoshopping.
Vierstein, for encouragement and getting me some hard-to-find tracks.
Saint Alan, for serving ‘em up.
Jerry.

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Others In The Series
Jerry Does Dylan (Feb., 2005)
Musical Gods: Jerry Does Van (May, 2007)

Jerry Garcia 10 Disc Compilation

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Jerry Garcia

10 Disc Compilation

by Chris Davis

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 1)—–

1. Cats Under the Stars 3/18/78
2. Love in the Afternoon 11/23/77
3. New York City* 6/4/74
4. Rubin and Cherise 4/10/82
5. Neighbor, Neighbor 8/30/74
6. Heavens Door** 3/11/78
7. Ill Be With Thee 3/18/78
8. Drove Old Dixie Down 7/20/76
9. Ride Mighty High 7/9/76
10. Palm Sunday 3/18/78

* with Alice Stuart on Vocals
** At around 7:23, some guy in the crowd yells, “Nice Ass Donna”; forever to be immortilized on tape as The “nice ass Donna” guy.

–With the season of Jerome (8/1 – 8/9) nearly upon us, I thought I might make a little mix and seed it. No biggie, these arent rare recordings or anything. I do prefer many of these versions, and think of them as being well played, and extremely energetic. Jerry at his finest!

–This is just a fun little mix….enjoy….Chris Davis (7/19/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 2)—–

1. Tore Up 11/15/76
2. Train to Cry 5/5/82
3. After Midnight -> 2/17/80
4. Eleanor Rigby jam ->
5. After Midnight (reprise)
6. Mississippi Moon 4/12/75
7. Sing Me Back Home 6/4/82
8. Positively 4th Street 12/21/79
9. Goodnight Irene* 4/21/82

*with Dr. John on piano

–My first Garcia compilation seemed to be popular, so here is another one. This one, of course, is with the blessing of the poo…thanks for the support, my friend… :) If the interest is there, more will follow. Enjoy…Chris Davis…(7/20/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 3)—–

1. Think 2/9/74
2. Someday Baby 7/8/73
3. Let It Rock 11/15/74
4. He Aint Give You None 8/24/74
5. The Harder They Come 11/28/74
6. Its No Use* 6/30/72
7. Roadrunner 2/5/74

*So far as I can tell, this is the first Its no Use. The Jerry Site seems to confirm this…

Without me intending it, this volume became a Garcia and Saunders compilation. Plenty more on the shelf, so many songs yet to cover, but I was just in a jazzy mood. The horns sound great! Look for more in a day or two. Enjoy! Chris Davis (7/21/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 4)—–

1. Ill Take a Melody 3/8/80
2. How Sweet It Is 2/12/80
3. Mission in the Rain 2/19/78
4. Tough Mama 1/27/76
5. Sitting Here in Limbo* 12/19/75
6. Masterpiece 2/29/80
7. Russian Lullabye 1/24/80

*There is some slight crackling at various points during Limbo. It is not terribly noticeable, but the headphones do make it more obvious. I added this anyway, because Nicky Hopkins plays his heart out on this one…

–This is by far the most mellow mix so far. Enjoy..Chris Davis (7/22/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 5)—–

1. Sweet Sunny South* 12/8/91
2. Off to Sea Once More 2/3/91
3. Drink Up and Go Home 5/7/92
4. Friend of the Devil 8/25/91
5. Heavens Door** 3/xx/95
6. So What 9/17/93
7. Oh, the Wind and Rain 5/xx/92
8. Im Troubled 5/8/92
9. The Thrill is Gone 5/xx/92
10. Louis Collins 12/8/91
11. She Belongs to Me 5/xx/92
12. Eat my Dust*** 8/25/91
13. Ripple*** 8/25/91
14. Jam Into Shady Grove** 3/xx/95
15. Shady Grove** 3/xx/95

*duet, with banjos
**with Tony Rice
***with Bela Fleck

–This started as an acoustic Garcia mix. It transformed into a Garcia/Grisman mix. I guess the other acoustic stuff will have to wait for another volume. Enjoy…Chris Davis…(7/23/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 6)—–

1. Shining Star 11/19/93
2. Dear Prudence 2/5/94
3. C’est La Vie (You Never Can Tell) 4/25/94
4. The Maker 2/6/94
5. Strugglin man 8/14/94
6. Lets Spend the Night Together* 5/2/92

*final time played

–This is the “mature Jerry” mix I talked about. As usual, theres tons more I could add to this, but these versions are excellent! Enjoy…Chris Davis…(7/25/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 7)—–

01. Finders Keepers* 1/19/74
02. Think** 8/30/87
03. Right Back Together*** 1/7/76
04. Will the Weaver**** 5/4/63
05. Sick and Tired***** 6/30/72
06. Money Honey* 12/20/75
07. Turtle Dove****** 12/17/87
08. Born on the Bayou******* 5/27/89
09. Wang Dand Doodle******** 12/4/88
10. Heavens Door** 8/30/87

* Matt Kelly (Garcia/Saunders)
** Bonnie Raitt (JGB)
*** James Booker (JGB)
**** Sara Ruppenthal Garcia (Jerry and Sara)
***** Tom Fogerty (Garcia/Saunders)
****** Joan Baez (Garcia/Kahn/Weir)
******* John Fogerty (Fogerty/Garcia/Weir/Randy Jackson/Steve Jordan)
******** Neil Young (Garcia/Weir/Wasserman)

–Obviously this is a Garcia and Guests compilation. Some neat versions, and decent recordings as well. Ive done my best to accurately list the proper band titles, I hope I got it all right..Enjoy…Chris Davis…(7/26/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 8)—–

1. The Love Each Other* 9/10/89
2. Waiting for a Miracle* 9/16/89
3. Tangled Up In Blue** 11/12/93
4. Hope It Wont Be This Way Always* 9/10/89
5. Lay Down Sally** 11/12/93
6. Dont Let Go* > 9/11/89
7. Lonesome and a Long Way From Home*
8. I Shall Be Released* 12/2/89

*with Clarence Clemons
**with David Murray

–Welcome to “Saxophone Jerry”. Some great versions, the sax goes so well… The source on some of these is not the best sounding, but the sax work warrants the attention, so here it is…Enjoy…Chris Davis (7/31/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 9)—–

1. Sugaree 9/11/76
2. Stop That Train 8/22/76
3. Catfish John 11/15/76
4. Thats What Love Will Make You Do 9/11/76
5. A Strange Man 1/27/76
6. Stir It Up 7/20/76
7. Mission in the Rain 1/27/76
8. Mystery Train 7/9/76

–I went for quality on this one. These tracks are all silky. I had to make up for missed songs, and I was in the mood to do a 76′er…listened to this today, and it sounds very nice :) Enjoy…Chris Davis…(8/2/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 10)—–

01. Stagger Lee 4/21/82
02. To Lay Me Down 6/3/84
03. Valerie 8/23/82
04. Oh Babe it Aint No Lie 5/5/82
05. Peggy-O 11/26/84
06. She Belongs To Me 10/16/85
07. Jack A Roe 6/4/82
08. Gomorrah 1/28/86
09. Little Sadie 11/14/86
10. Masterpiece 1/27/86
11. Run For the Roses 11/18/84
12. Rubin and Cherise 5/5/82
13. Ripple 6/4/82

Outside of the Grateful Dead, Garcia spent more time onstage with John Kahn than anyone else. So, I thought I might conclude the Garcia Compilations with a nice Garcia and Kahn mix. Enjoy…Chris Davis…(8/10/05)

The Garcia Discs – A Compilation

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The Garcia Discs – A Compilation

Selections are taken from The Grateful Dead, Reconstruction, Legion of Mary, JGB & Garcia/Grisman. A week straight of late nights went into this mix and a bit of red wine. Many tracks are continuous even though they are from different shows. Thanks to JBL for the inspiration. And above and beyond thanks to Garcia for showing us the way. This is for the people. Enjoy.

Source: 99% SBD

Compiled by: Ed Maier
Uploaded by: Rob Werner

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Disc One

1 Dancin’ in the Streets >
2 Franklin’s Tower 10.27.79
3 Here Comes Sunshine 2.23.74
4 Sugaree 6.15.76
5 Mystery Train 9.2.74
6 Finders Keepers 1.17.73

Disc Two

1 China Cat >
2 I Know You Rider 2.24.74
3 Bertha 8.6.71
4 Hard to Handle 8.6.71
5 The Thrill is Gone – Honeymoon Tapes ’92
6 Sitting in Limbo – Honeymoon Tapes ’92
7 Mountains of the Moon 2.27.69
8 Alligator > Jam >
9 GDTRFB >
10 Cold Rain and Snow 4.28.71

Disc Three

1 Bird Song 3.29.90
2 Mission in the Rain 12.3.83
3 Rhapsody in Red 12.3.83
4 Eyes > 6.18.74
5 Big River 6.18.74
6 Aiko Aiko 4.16.78

Disc Four

1 Scarlet > Fire 12.30.78
2 Stella Blue 11.17.73
3 Jam >
4 Last Train >
5 After Midnight Dicks Gifts
6 Comes a Time 6.25.91
7 Mr. Charlie 5.3.72

Disc Five

1 Help > Slip > Franklin’s 9.10.91
2 Don’t Let Go 3.27.82
3 Terrapin Station 9.3.77
4 Loser 5.26.72
5 Morning Dew 9.18.87

Disc Six

1 St. Stephen >
2 The Eleven 2.27.69
3 Loose Lucy 8.6.74
4 Candyman 2.24.74
5 They Love Each Other 2.21.76
6 Not Fade Away >
7 Wharf Rat 11.6.77
8 Tore Up 8.7.77
9 Brokedown Palace 5.18.77

Disc Seven

1 Shakedown 6.30.85
2 Dear Prudence 11.26.88
3 Dark Star >
4 Cumberland 9.27.72
5 Somebody to Love 8.24.91
6 Shining Star 8.24.91

Disc Eight

1 Mississippi Half Step 11.6.77
2 The Wheel 5.7.77
3 Althea 7.19.90
4 Crazy Fingers 6.3.76
5 Foolish Heart 5.7.89
6 That’s What Love 6.22.79
7 Dixie Down 12.15.74
8 Ripple 10.11.80
9 We Bid You Goodnight 4.29.71

Jerry Garcia Band – 02/14/1976 – Berkeley, CA

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Jerry Garcia Band
2/14/76
Keystone,
Berkeley, CA

SOURCE: SBD

(Set 1)
01 Second That Emotion
02 They Love Each Other
03 I Want To Tell You
04 Russian Lullaby
05 Tore Up Over You
06 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
07 After Midnight

(Set Two)
01 Sitting Here In Limbo
02 A Strange Man
03 Catfish John
04 Mystery Train
05 Moonlight Mile
06 How Sweet It Is

Jerry Garcia Band – 02/21/1976 – Encinitas, CA

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Jerry Garcia Band
02/21/1976
Early Show
La Paloma Theater
Encinitas, CA.

Source: SBD

Disc 1:

01 tuning [00:49]
02 I Second That Emotion [15:30]
03 They Love Each Other [07:56]
04 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door [19:58]
05 Who Was John [13:56]
06 Mystery Train [12:36]
07 Friend Of The Devil [08:22]

Disc 2:

01 Tore Up Over You 10:15]
02 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down [08:38]
03 (I’m A) Road Runner [13:10]

- mastering by C.Ladner, 2/2006

Jerry Garcia Band – 03/06/1976 – Seattle, WA

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Jerry Garcia Band
Moore’s Egyptian Theater
Seattle, WA
3/6/76

Set 1:

Tore Up
Catfish John
Russian Lullaby
They Love Each Other
Mystery Train
Who Was John
Dixie
Lonesome and A Long Way From Home

Set 2:

The Harder They Come
Friend of the Devil
After Midnight
Moonlight Mile
A Strange Man (a.k.a Sumerian Woman)
I Want To Tell You >
My Sisters and Brothers
//How Sweet It Is

Notes:

The show was recorded on Maxell UD C120 (120 minute) tape.

Converted to SHN via EAC by David Hollister 2/10/03. Enjoy!
via EAC by David Hollister 2/10/03. Enjoy!

Lineage: A:MCass>CD
Recorded and transferred to CD by Pat Lee.

Jerry Garcia Band – 09/18/1976 – Ithaca, NY

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Jerry Garcia Band
9/18/76
Ben Light Gymnasium
Ithaca NY

Disc 1
They Love Each Other
The Way You Do The Things You Do
After Midnight
Mission In The Rain
Stir It Up
Lonesome And A Long Way From Home

Disc 2
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Sugaree
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
Tore Up Over You

Disc 3
A Strange Man
Midnight Moonlight
Friend Of The Devil
Ride Mighty High
Filler: Not Fade Away: unknown

source: FOB>Sony stereo mics

Jerry Garcia Band – 08/07/1977 – Berkeley, CA

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Jerry Garcia Band
The Keystone
Berkeley, CA
August 7, 1977

End Of 1st Set:
1. Tuning
2. Russian Lullaby
3. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
4. Midnight Moonlight

Time: 37:47

2nd Set:
1. They Love Each Other
2. Tore Up Over You
3. Simple Twist Of Fate
4. The Harder They Come

Time: 45:27

Harder They Come contains splice

Source: Soundboard Master Cassette > DAT
Transferred, Remastered by B. Koucky and Seeded by Green Mountain Bros. June 2007

Band:
Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals
John Kahn – bass
Keith Godchaux – keyboards, backing vocals
Donna Godchaux – vocals
Ron Tutt – drums