I love how he said he taped his first shows at the Kaiser Feb 1989...
I was at that last Kaiser run (which would be an amazing Box Set... IMHO - (Go check those 3 nights out... '89 was sweet)
and to think he become the Archivist? So jealous...
Right time, right place, so glad he has a good nose for it, and even moreso... a good EAR for it!
No pre-order yet... No Official Announcement yet...
Just from a very "trustworthy source" (Maybe I should of held back my topic, but I have a good feeling about this). If I'm wrong, believe me, never happen again... lol
Could be wrong, but I wouldn't bet on it.
Should be official announcement soon
Probably not both nights in one release as there were early and late shows both nights-it would take 6 discs, and given the subscription nature of the releases (4 releases per year @ $100) , anything that size would mess up the numbers...
Jan 2, 1970
Early: Mason's Children, Casey Jones, Black Peter, Mama Tried, Hard To Handle, Cumberland Blues, Cryptical Envelopment-> Drums-> The Other One-> Cryptical Envelopment-> Cosmic Charlie
Late: Uncle John's Band > High Time, Dire Wolf, Easy Wind, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Good Lovin' > drums > Good Lovin', Me And My Uncle, Monkey & The Engineer, Dark Star > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Turn On Your Lovelight
Jan 3, 1970
Early: Morning Dew, Me And My Uncle, Hard To Handle, Cumberland Blues, Cold Rain & Snow, Alligator > Drums > Jam > Bid You Goodnight Jam > Jam > Alligator Jam & Reprise > Caution Jam > Feedback, E: Uncle John's Band;
Late: Casey Jones, Mama Tried, Big Boss Man, China Cat Sunflower-> Jam-> I Know You Rider-> High Time Tease, Mason's Children, Cryptical Envelopment-> Drums-> The Other One-> Cryptical Envelopment-> Cosmic Charlie, Uncle John's Band-> Black Peter, Dire Wolf, Good Lovin', Dancin' In The Streets-> Drums-> Dancin' In The Streets, E: Saint Stephen-> In The Midnight Hour
This is a great period where their set list begins to diversify. Listen to those Fillmore West recordings from 1968 with mostly Pigpen material and I think you'll understand my point. But either way, thanks for the advanced notice. I couldn't have predicted that this would be a follow up to the Cornell 77 release.
I've been listening to that Cornell 77 show a lot recently and am still enamored with the Betty Cantor recordings, as they have a great natural and open feel to them. I'm considering purchasing the high resolution download. Has anybody downloaded that high resolution file and if so, did you notice a significant improvement over the standard redbook CD's?
Less than an hour later.
This is KILLER
So happy to be wrong of my first rumor of January 1970...
(shame on me BTW... never again)
EUGENE Jan 22,1978!!!
Amazing upgrade of a classic.
This AUD is superb
and Charlie's SBD has always been a go-to: