Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by dtuck90, Oct 25, 2018.
Well sure, but that’s true for any day
72 with Pigpen,what talent.
Thank you for this address.
I placed an order with Rhino, back on November 27th, and it has just sat there "processing" ever since.
I've sent 2 contact forms, and 2 messages on Rhino's FB page, and no one responds.
I used Pay Pal to pay, since it was in stock, so I'm out $105.34, and no idea what's going on.
I remembered "Dr. Rhino" being bandied about since I joined here back in 2010, so I did a search.
Hopefully a new address might get me an answer ?
Wait. You’re worried about an order To Rhino that’s only a week old?
Only ? Since I don't keep up with other people's order experiences, please enlighten me.
Give them 2 months, minimum.
Yeah, I went back through your posts, and I see this to be the case. Seems like this horrible, terrible, warehouse move has been going on all of 2019.
Well, that's more than I knew an hour ago. Thanks !
It’s frustrating, but hopefully you’ve got lots of other Dead to keep you company while you wait!
I still don't have Dave's Picks 32. I was hoping to have it before the holidays and now I'm doubtful. I would have preferred this to have happened to Dave's Picks 31!
That's terrible — even I got it all the way here in Melbourne!
Strange. I got another one shipped to my address. I returned it though. If I didn't I'd be more than happy to give it away.
DP 32 is a great show. While playing the Jam into Dark Star on disc 3 I noticed Jerry is in the right channel and Bob in the left channel.
I didn't rip the whole show to my computer since my Media Player is starting to groan at me from time to time, but from what I did rip, there's a demarcation between Loser and Playing in the Band where Jerry moves from panned just a bit left of center to full right for the rest of the show. Perhaps there's more than one source for this release?
wasn't Jerry still playing on the left side of the stage in 1973? I was wondering if the channels were flipped while mastering the cd.
Do you mean stage right? By July 1, 1973, he's stage left but in '72 he was stage left:
This is the Spectrum March '73 according to GDOA and he seems stage left.
Edit: Cool pick I don't remember seeing before but according to UMass archives this is Springfield March '73
Edit 2: Lots of other great pics to explore in the index bottom left of the page in the link below. You can zoom into them nicely as well. That might be a mic splitter box top of the Mac stack, something you don't see in pics; not sure about that though. Grateful Dead concert at Springfield Civic Center: band in performance: Bob Weir, Jerry Garcia and Bill Kreutzmann (l. to r.), ca. March 28, 1973
A rediscovery for me and an overlooked gem, at least for me, in the Dave’s Picks series:
Dave’s Picks Vol. 6
Fox Theatre, St. Louis, MO 2/2/70
Dark Star > St. Stephen > Mason’s Children
I am hearing Jerry in the right channel of my car stereo, and Bob in the left channel. If Jerry was playing stage right, Jerry should be heard in the left channel of a stereo.
Not if you're driving in reverse.
I think that's an idealized view of the situation. We have many types of mixes where Jerry, Bob and Keith move around during a show or within a brief time span, as evidenced by DaP 32.
That makes sense for the vocals if the vocalists are singing into different mikes, but the guitar amps would not be moving, and it the location of the guitar sounds I was commenting on. Anyway, I was mainly wondering if the channels had been flipped at some point in the process to create a cd. Based on comments in this thread, it sounds Jerry was not always stage right in the 1970's.
No, Jerry moved around, but I think the key here is that several engineers often recorded the same show (which is what scribbs suggested - there's more than one source for DaP 32), and not all mixes reflected the stage setup the same way upon playback.
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