Vol. 35: Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood
Aug 7, 1971
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- The tapes of these shows were given to Keith Godchaux in 1971 by Jerry Garcia to familiarise him with the recent repertoire before joining the band. Keith left the tapes on his parents' houseboat in Alameda, where they stayed for 35 years. The box of tapes was discovered on the houseboat in 2005 and returned to the Grateful Dead vault.
- Set One and Set Two from 8/7/71 San Diego, CA
- Filler tracks Uncle John's Band through Good Lovin' from 8/24/71 Chicago, IL
- Filler tracks The Other One through Lovelight from 8/6/71 Hollywood, CA
- Jerry Garcia - lead guitar, vocals
- Bill Kreutzmann - drums
- Phil Lesh - bass, vocals
- Ron "Pigpen" McKernan - organ. harmonica, vocals
- Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
- Recording engineer - Rex Jackson
- Tape archivist - David Lemieux
- CD mastering - Jeffrey Norman
- Archival research - Eileen Law/Grateful Dead Archives
- Photography - Chuck Pulin, J.C. Overlock, Emerson-Loew
- Cover art, package design - Robert Minkin
- Booklet notes - Dennis McNally
- Extra special thanks to Donna Jean Godchaux-Mackay, Zion Godchaux, Brian Godchaux, Jean Godchaux
- Introduction to "The Other One" on CD four is from an audience source recorded by Harvey Kaslow and Craig Todd. We thank Harvey and Craig for generously allowing us to use this segment
Midnight Recording Co. — 8/24/2011 4:06:33 PM
"More on this show here: http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=creator%3A%22Grateful+Dead%22+AND+date%3A1971-08-06%2A See also: http://www.archive.org/details/nrps1971-08-06aud.shnf"
sh — 8/12/2011 3:55:44 AM
"This is a very good selection of material from the earlier days (technically the later part of the earlt days when Pigpen was still alive but Workingman's Dead and American Beauty had been recorded). The sound quality is good on Jerry's guitar, Bill's drums, and Phil's bass. On many cuts, Weir's guitar is nearly lost in the mix as is Pigpen's keyboard. And Weir and Pigpen's mics are rather fuzzy or faint sometimes. The sonic aspect is probably that the volume levels are erratic so you'll have to keep adjusting the sound level while listening, especialy if using earphones. Aside from those techinical issues, these are some very good music performances, better I think than Live Dead -- certainly more comprehensive display of the material the band covered. Some of Jerry's finest work is on some of these cuts (and Phil is in his usual inventive if sometimes off-the-page form). Basically, if you saw them in concert in the late 60s, early 70s, they sounded like this. If you liked that, you'll love this."
cbNEAL — 8/11/2011 8:29:35 PM
"Allthough Quite a Discovery, Is it me, Or are all tracks recorded in MONO? Anyone? class?,..... class? ( .... Beuller?....... Bueuller?) THX"
Setlist at Dick's Picks, Vol. 35: Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA on Aug 7, 1971
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