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Garcia 03/14/78
Music Hall, Boston, MA
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Source # 14969 Other Sources
Entered by Joe Jupille
Checksums d1 , d2 , wav
Disc Counts 2 / 2
Media Size
Date Circulated
Date Added
02/02/2003
11/13/2004
Source Summary Jerry Garcia Band: MAC (Taped by Tom Dalti [NOT Steve Rolfe as previously listed], Sony ECM-99a mics > Technics 646ds cassette deck) DAT > CDR > EAC (version 0.9 beta 4, offset corrected, high/secure) > editing (soundforge 5) > tracking (cdwav) > boundary check (shntool) > SHN (shorten 3.4) > FTP via C.Ladner/candyman FTP. 
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Jerry Garcia Band
03-14-1978
Boston Music Hall
Boston, MA  

Source:  AUD (Sony ECM-99a mics) > Technics 646ds cassette deck > CM > DAT > CDR > WAV >SHN.
Taper:  Tom Dalti

Note added 11/12/2004: This had previously been listed as
having been taped by Steve Rolfe.  But it is actually from
Tom Dalti's master, details as follows: Master: Sony ECM99a ->
Technics 646DS; Analog to DAT: Nakamichi BX 300 -> Sony PCM-R500;
DAT to CD: Sony PCM-R500 -> HHB-800. Unknown
number of CD gens follows.

Disc 1 - Set 1 (requires 80 minute disc)
01 How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) [11:18]
02 They Love Each Other [07:51]
03 Knockin' On Heaven's Door [14:54]
04 That's What Love Will Make You Do [11:20]  
05 Mission In The Rain [12:18]
06 Night They Drove Old Dixie Down [10:28]
07 Mystery Train [07:51]
Total Time:  76:02.10

Disc 2 - Set 2
01 Love In The Afternoon [09:45]
02 Gomorrah [07:05]
03 Harder They Come [11:18]  
04 I'll Be With Thee [05:33]
05 Midnight Moonlight [11:34]
Total Time:  45:17

Comments:  Mystery Train originally tracked on disc 2 as first track with a Mystery Train fade out at the end of disc 1.  Retracked seamlessly to first disc.

Thanks to S. Aserkoff for the CDR seeds.
DAE(EAC 0.9 beta 4, offset corrected, high/secure) > editing (soundforge 5)  > tracking (cdwav) > boundary check (shntool) > SHN (shorten 3.4) > FTP via C.Ladner/candyman FTP.

A MisShn in the Rain Installment of the Music Never Stopped Project - 2/03.
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Date User Comment
03/13/2003 Joe Jupille I think this is Tom Dalti's master. Same equipment that Dalti used, and from what I understand Rolfe's master wasn't digitized. I am prepared to be corrected about that, though.
03/13/2003 Chris L. i'll check on that Joe. I saw this listed with Tom as the taper on other lists, but i went with what was given. Let me give Steve a shout out.
08/23/2004 C Miller Whoever taped this did a great job. Very nice, clear audience.
08/24/2004 Matt That would be Steve Rolfe - he has definitely kicked out his share of sweet AUD recordings !

Can anyone comment on the quality of playing ? - I personally think the 18th is an all-time for that era and I have been trying to track down other performances that are as inspired !
08/24/2004 Joe Jupille You cannot go wrong with March of 1978.

But, as the thread above suggests, I have some doubts about whether this is really from Rolfe's master. If I recall correctly, this one wasn't digitized because the excellent Tom Dalti master was already out and about. I could be wrong, but that was my recollection. And, even if it's right, I'd love to see the Rolfe anyway, since I am sure that it, like most of his tapes, is excellent.
11/13/2004 Joe Jupille This is almost certainly from Tom Dalti's master. Several factors lead me to this conclusion. 1) Rolfe was not in the country, though his wife taped this show for him; 2) Rolfe's master of this show was not digitized when many of his other tapes were, because an alternate master (Dalti's) was already in circulation. AFAIK Rolfe's master has never been digitized, but I am not certain about that; 3) this is precisely the same recording as the one that has circulated attributed to Dalti.