The Recorded LIVE Playlist

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    Larry Carlton and David T. Walker, great recording
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    In Concert At The BBC
    Paris Theatre & BBC Studios
    London, England
    19 February 1974
    19 February 1974
     
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    Cowboy Junkies - "Open Road"
     
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    Walter Trout Band - Huntington Beach, CA 3 Sep 1989
     
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    George Harrison & Friends - “Concert for Bangladesh”
     
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    Doc & Merle Watson
    The Boarding House
    San Francisco, CA
    1 May 1974

    * The first of a 4-show stand (i.e., 1-4 May) @ The Boarding House in 1974
     
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    Doc & Merle Watson
    The Boarding House
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    3 May 1974
     
  10. mfrench

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    35th anniversary in live stereo recording today, starting at 1982-10-17 Santa Fe NM Grateful Dead
    It started almost by accident in Santa Fe New Mexico, where I'd traveled to from Provo Ut -> SLC -> back of friends pickup through to SIlverton Co. We picked up a hitchhiker in SLC, who was holding a sign to southern colorado. He hopped in, and off we went. He was on his way to the shows as well. He had arranged to stay in SIlverton, and invited us to stay there to.
    There I met some crazed Deadheads, who sized me up, and said we can use someone like you! ?!?huh?!?
    Next day we all convoy to the show in Santa Fe. We get into the concert grounds early, and they arrange a blanket, and stuff starts piling onto the blanket.
    Show time finally arrives, and the band comes on stage. Suddenly that pile of stuff under the blanket emerges as several of the same tape decks all chained together, and up comes a mic stand with a pair of mics on it. I'm shoved directly behind the mic stand, given the shoosh sign, and, supplied with all of the goodies that I could want, as long as I stood there silently behind the mics.
    This was all really new and intensely interesting to me, especially all of the synched meters and pulsing lights of the tape decks, the synchronization and efficiency of flipping tapes on a half dozen taped decks all at once.
    And, dang if these werent the coolest tape decks ever,... you could continue to pass signal thru them even when you were flipping the tape - Sony TC-D5M. A "defect" in transport design allowed you to hold down the record button, and then push stop. The record button stayed engaged, while the transport dropped away allowing the tape flip, while still passing signal downstream. best design defect ever!
    By the time that the lights came back up, I was addicted to this live music stereo recording thing.

    After the show, we all parted ways, and I never got to hear that tape. I tried to get in touch with the guys that had the gear, but no return. They lived in the mid-west states region, and, no hopes of a casual drop-by to pay a visit or anything.
    In March of '83, i broke my foot in Utah, and had to return back to the family compound in southern california, in a cast, on crutches. I healed, and, got a job in a piant store. One day, this guy comes in, and we loooked each other up and down with a strong familiarity. It was him. He had moved his family out to southern california, and just happened to be in the same south county region as my family, and in the same store. We struck up a conversation, and, made arrangements to come by and have a beer. On arrival, he handed me a copy of the concert recording that we did in Santa Fe. That did it. Addiction feeling reignited. I started learning the art of recording live music under his tutoring, and the rest is a blur of concerts.
    35 years later, and still learning and tweaking. I just did my first mix of more than four channels this weekend, a 6 channel monster; actually, three two channel recordings mixed together, because I can; and I think I like it.

    So, happy listening to all!
    Ima be spinning some tunes today!
     
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    I've got a bootleg that I got years ago of this !
     
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    "Live" in Monterey Pop Festival 1967 (disc 2 of 6)
     
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    The Fox Theatre
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    The Broadcast Archives: 1983-1991
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