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Set 1 [26:23]
01. [06:37] New Potato Caboose
02. [19:46] Viola Lee Blues > Feedback
1. shntool confirms tracks cut on sector boundaries
2. From www.deadlists.com
Bill Graham presents "The San Francisco Scene in Toronto". Other
artist(s): Jefferson Airplane ; Luke And The Apostles.
One looking at the concert poster (which can be see at the following):
< http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Palms/2635/jcards/ja_4.jpg > can determine:
There were shows from 31st July to 5th August according to the poster, ("evenings at 8.30, matinees on Wednesday and Saturday") which would mean a total of 8 shows [Mon. 7/31, Tues. 8/1, Weds. 8/2 matinee, 8/2 evening, Thurs.
8/3, Fri. 8/4, Sat. 8/5 matinee, 8/5 evening].
"Before New Potato Caboose Jerry says "This is a song called New Potato Caboose, don't you know". Viola Lee Blues goes into a short Feedback and cuts off right near the very end, just as Jerry and then Pigpen start playing the
Merry-Go-Round Broke Down (Looney Tunes) melody. A silly kind of ending to an intense song".
RECORDINGS 30 SB. Master reel > 1 reel generation > DAT > circulation. Most tapes in circulation are missing the fragmentary (cuts in and has two splices in it) Lindy.
3. Commonly circulates with 8/5/67. I've created separate md5 and info text files for each.
Part of The Music Never Stopped Project 2002 shn em up initiative 4/28/2002
Thanks to Raoul Duke for the disks!