Grateful Dead Live at Glen Helen Regional Park on 1982-09-05

Citation:

Grateful Dead, “Grateful Dead Live at Glen Helen Regional Park on 1982-09-05,” Grateful Dead Archive Online, accessed April 18, 2014, http://www.gdao.org/items/show/28996.

Contents:

Disc 1
set I

01 tuning
02 Playin' In The Band >
03 Shakedown Street >
04 Minglewood Blues
05 tuning/amplifier problems (1)
06 Samson & Delilah
07 tuning
08 China Cat Sunflower >
09 I Know You Rider

Disc 2
set II

01 Sugaree
02 Man Smart, Woman Smarter
03 crowd/tuning
04 Truckin' >
05 Drums >
06 Space >
07 Not Fade Away >
08 Black Peter >
09 Sugar Magnolia

encores:

10 U.S. Blues
11 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
12 outro by Bill Graham (2)

Description:

  • notes:

    - all tracks have been speed corrected, they were running just a little too fast.
    - d1to1, swapped channels for the first 44 seconds, cleaned up dropouts 0:44 - 0:47 by patching in from
    opposite channel and adjusting level and removed click at 1:42
    - d1t02, repaired small dropout at 4:47
    - d1t05, removed 2 pops 2 at 0:26
    - d1t08, repaired two small dropouts at 3:02
    - d2t01, patched with SBD: MC > DAT > CDR (shnid 5490) for first 33 seconds (eq'd so that it is a closer match)
    - d2t07, cleaned a bad spot 44:49 - 44:50
    - some of the crowd between d2t09-d2t10 and d2t10-d2t11 is missing
    - the whole show has been re-tracked

    - remastered with iZotope Ozone and Waves Z-Noise


    comments:

    This is definitely one for the Phil fans. Thanks are due to BoldCaptain & SBDJohnny, for putting this very good recording into circulation.

    (1) Weir says "We got amplifiers dropping off like flies, in the heat" and "Serves us right for trying to play this
    early"

    (2) Bill Graham says "Music to wake up with and music to go to sleep with and music to spend the day with.
    There is really nothing like the Grateful Dead"

    Although not included in this recording, Lesh said to the crowd "Settle down and spread, it's breakfast in bed with the Grateful Dead

    The U.S. Festival was the brainchild of Apple Computer co-founder, Steve Wozniak. When he coudn't find a suitable venue, he pulled out his chequebook and paid for one to be built!

    The Dead weren't originally scheduled to play but Bill Graham had other ideas. Consequently, they went on stage at 9:30 a.m, hence the comments above.

    edited and mastered
    SIRMick
    September 2007

Extent:

  • 123

Donor and Provenance:

  • mac > Nakamichi 680ZX > Tascam CD RW5000 > Bias Peak 3.21 on G4 Powerbook > wav > flac

Accession Number:

  • gd1982-09-05.nak300.sirmick.87210.sbeok.flac16

Archival Resource Key:

  • ark:/38305/g4571cm8

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