Grateful Dead Live at Hollywood Palladium on 1971-08-06

Bertha, Playin' In The Band, Loser, Mr. Charlie, Cumberland Blues, Brokedown Palace, Me And Bobby McGee, Hard To Handle, Casey Jones Saint Stephen, Truckin'-> Drums-> The Other One-> Me & My Uncle-> The Other One, Deal, Sugar Magnolia, Morning Dew, Turn On Your Love Light
1/4 track 7.5 ips. 40-50 feet back, dead center.

- 2 seconds of static during tuning.
- Weather Report Suite tease at the end.
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Sony ECM-22P mics > Sony 770 reel > Fostex D5 > SB Live Digi I/O > Cool Edit Pro > SHN
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Thank you!! This is fabulous, can't stop listening!

Jul 1, 2012

Jerry Horgan

Dead fan

Jan 15, 2013

dr m siddharth

thanks for the fantastic recording pigpen is great

Aug 12, 2013

Who were those guys behind Dana Morgan Music?

May 25, 2016

Ronald Goldberg

My first Dead show.  What a start!  I was so impressed I wrote a review the next morning. I'd heard great lead guitar live  before (Clapton, Winter, Stills) but never noticed supportive playing like that of Bobby and Phil.  Years later, on hearing a replay of this concert I recognized that Jerry was on fire that night, also.  Loved the Riders openinmg, espercially "Down in the Boondocks" and "Last Lonely Eagle". Was floored when Dead did "El Paso", a favorite song of mine to sing and play.  Terriffic "St.Stephen".  Yes, Jerry was on his knees on "Hard to Handel".  And the sound!  Even then their PA was way superior to anything I'd ever heard.

Jan 12, 2022