Radiators Live at Lone Star Cafe on 1984-10-16
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Radiators Live at Lone Star Cafe on 1984-10-16
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- 1984-10-16 ( check for other copies)
- Live concert, radiators, rads, the radiators, rock, jam, jamband, psychedelic, new orleans, nola, fish music, fish, gumbo, americana, funk, ed volker, ed "zeke" volker, dave malone, camile baudoin, reggie scanlan, frank bua, glenn "kul" sears, glenn sears, sbd, soundboard, bruce barnum, mgoldey, lone star cafe, nyc, new york city, ny, new york, flac16, flac1644, 16bit, 16 bit, 1644
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|Mustang Sally >|
|Nail Your Heart To Mine >|
|First Snow >|
|Love Is a Tangle >|
|Between Two Fires >|
|Slip Away >|
|UFO's Exactly >|
|Bad Taste >|
|Hard To Handle|
|Stealin' a Feelin' >|
|Turn On Your Love Light|
Ed "Zeke" Volker - keys, percussion, horn, vox
Dave Malone - guitar, vox
Camile Baudoin - guitar, vox
Reggie Scanlan - bass guitar
Frank Bua - drums, percussion
Glenn "Kul" Sears - percussion
Source: SBD > C(3) via Bruce Barnum
Transfer: C(3) (XLII-S 90) > Nak CR-7A > Tascam DA-3000 (DSF 1-bit/5.6 MHz) > Tascam HRE > PCM @ 2496
Recorded w/ Dolby B on; playback with Dolby off
Master: Wavelab 11 (tracking, levels, patch tape flips, remove DC offset, DDI Codec / Dolby B (-29.6 dBFS), resample, Lin dither) > FLAC 1644
--This tape sounds better than the lineage suggests, with much less hiss than you might expect.
--It was marked "Set II" but after "Rainbow" Dave or Ed says "we got at least one more set to go."
--https://etreedb.org/lookup_show.php?shows_key=20767 shows two songs played before "Mustang Sally" and a "Domino" encore, and otherwise matches the setlist above.
--There were bad tape flips in the middle of "Straight Eight" and another one during "Hard To Handle." The latter, and the one in "Lucinda" have, happily, been made to vanish. "Straight Eight" still has a noticeable kink in it.
--Bruce Barnum was a Deadhead and an avid taper from the early 1980’s until his death in 2017 at age 48. Over the years, he taped dozens of Dead shows throughout the Northeast, as well as other concerts, some of which have not been heard since then. After his death, about 60 of his master cassettes turned up in a used record store in Hudson, NY, where some had been bought by random people nostalgic for the days of cassettes. The rest were purchased by a fellow Deadhead and archivist. Bruce’s daughter, Jessica, had more, and was kind enough to lend them to be digitized. Many of these recordings sound excellent for their age. They are Bruce's legacy.
--mhg :: 2022-12-21
vanillag NOTES (12/23/2022):
--BIG thanks to Bruce Barnum & mgoldey for their parts in sharing & mastering this the Radiators 1984 show & especially to whomever originally recorded it. Absolutely Appreciated!!
--Regarding the sets, it's pretty apparent to me that this was actually Set 1 & Set 2 here, not a Set 2 & Set 3 as originally reported. This is because in Set 1 here (originally listed as Set 2), they are getting the mix together in the SBD & for the stage monitors (as evidenced by Dave going "check, check" to hear himself, etc.) like they would be doing during a first set...if it were Set 2, they'd have that mostly worked out by then. When they say, "we gonna take a little break...we got at least one more set to go, ya gonna stick around??", it totally plays like they are announcing Set 2 & a possible third (which didn't happen) just to hype up the party that night. The fact that this was listed on the cassette by Bruce Barnum as 'Set II' I'm sure refers to what starts with "Slip Away" & not the set before it. This is all an educated theory from listening to thousands of live shows & I could be mistaken...if anyone has actual proof that this was indeed Sets 2 & 3 presented here, please let us all know.
--I added the band members info
--corrected some song titles according to how they are listed on the original albums
--added more detail to the venue info
--added more detail to the setlist
--added the ffp fingerprints to the text file
--created an md5 checksum
--added pics of the venue
- 2022-12-24 09:01:36
- C(3) (XLII-S 90) > Nak CR-7A > Tascam DA-3000 (DSF 1-bit/5.6 MHz) > Tascam HRE > PCM @ 2496 (Recorded w/ Dolby B on; playback with Dolby off) > Wavelab 11 (tracking, levels, patch tape flips, remove DC offset, DDI Codec / Dolby B (-29.6 dBFS), resample, Lin dither) > FLAC 1644
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- SBD > C(3) via Bruce Barnum
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