Jerry Garcia Band
Palo Alto, CA
October 22, 1982
Lineage: Master Cassettes > Cassette by Jeff himself. All his collection is such. This was done by him to get the show in order on tapes, as set one was recorded on both tape sides 'A', and set two was recorded on both sides 'B'. Ahh, the days of analog!
Transfer: MAC (1) > Apogee Mini ME 24/96 > Apogee Mini DAC > Wavelab 6.0 by Matt Smith
Edited and Mastered by Jamie Waddell on the **GEMS** Edit Station at 24 bit 96kHz
Weiss-Saracon for conversion to 16 bit 44.1kHz
TLH for FLAC8 Tag&Rename for MetaData SBE Free
- Huge thanks to Jeffrey for sharing his recordings and Matt Smith for the transfer work
- Huge thanks to katfishjohn for his magnificent work in Tough Mama
- Recorder was turned off between some songs
A **GEMS** Production www.shnflac.net March 2011
02 I'll Take A Melody
03 That's What Love Will Make You Do
04 Simple Twist Of Fate>
06 They Love Each Other
08 Love In The Afternoon
09 Historical Chatter*>Tough Mama
10 Historical Chatter>Dear Prudence
11 Run For The Roses
Taper: Jeffrey Knudsen Equipment: AIWA-HS1 Cassette Deck and Marantz SuperScope
Microphones. Location: "I always taped from the front row tables with the recorder simply laying on the table in full view. There was a piece of tape over the red "on" light and the mics were black with black chords. I took napkins from the venue and folded a wad up and taped the two mics together with the napkins separating the front ends and the back end were together. That way the mics had some angular separation. I then put the whole mess in a black sock and stuck it in my armpit. Everyone stands the moment the show starts (except at the front row balcony tables in Berkeley) so I would point my shoulder at the stage when Jerry was instrumental and then I would point my shoulder up to the overhead monitors when he sang. In Berkeley I just had the mics taped, in a sock and laying on the table, and pointing at the stage.
* The guy who didn't get what he wanted but agreed to hold the mics, is none other than our LL beloved "katfishjohn" --- and at the time a very young katfishjohn, I might add!!
This run of shows (10-21/22/23-82) were that last shows of 1982 that I was able to record before I moved to Barbers' Point, Hawaii.