Grateful Dead Identifier GratefulDead Mediatype collection Num_top_ba 10 Numeric_id 3 Publicdate 2004-03-27 12:49:52 Publisher Internet Archive Show_related_music_by_track true Subject grateful dead, jam, rock, jerry garcia Title Grateful Dead Title_message Free Music Very tasty nug here. Music, Merchandise and More. Heavily recommended! The vocals are nice and up front, similar to the Chicago show in June, and you can hear everyone clearly. It is ture, you do have to hear this one to belive it. Get the Grateful Dead Setlist of the concert at Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco, CA, USA on July 13, 1976 and other Grateful Dead Setlists for free on! Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and Branford Marsalis performs works by Debussy, Rodrigo, Rossini plus a new commission by Courtney Bryan. The songs slink and slide (You can just feel Garcia moving effortlessly all over the place) into each other. October 16, 2020. read more. There’s also a 16-minute studio jam recorded by the Grateful Dead that was labeled “Orpheus.” All of the songs and outtakes (except “Orpheus”) on Reflections were regularly played live … This was actually the first show I owned because I found it in my dad's box of tapes int he closet. 6/17. I happen to enjoy Keith being turned up a bit. Jerry, of course sounds great and I enjoy the ability to distinguish clearly between Keith, Jerry and Bob. The Good Ol' Grateful Deadcast is the first official Grateful Dead podcast. In 2004 he opened most of the summer tour of the Dead (a group made up of former Grateful Dead members). Mine is top notch though, so it's out there. Up, down, out, in, inside-out, upside-down. His voice and guitar never sounded sweeter. Probably the best of '76, though a few of the June shows compare favorably, esp. Not my favorite year of the dead, but this example certainly shines. The Grateful Dead was an American rock band formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California. It has no mouth. This is one that NEEDS to be heard. Hands down, IMO. The long slow transition into Wharf Rat has got to be one of my all time favorite pieces of Grateful Dead music, and one that I had memorized note-for-note. Grateful Dead - $100.00 Grateful Dead 1995 Gdm Mardi Gras Oakland Handbill Poster Frame Coa Artrock New 1996 Mardi - $100.00 1996 Mardi Gras Poster Print New Orleans Signed By Artist Mousie 2001 Orpheus - $100.00 2001 Orpheus Poster Signed By Manuel Ponce Limited Edition Mardi Gras You can hear all the bombs Lesh drops and Jerry's sound is quite crisp, while every word bob sings is easily heard. Oh well. 15 West Aspen Avenue Flagstaff, AZ 86001. Bruce Arnold”Orpheus Again”At the same time that Bay Area bands were creating the San Francisco Sound in the ’60s, an East Coast group called Orpheus … This is a great one to put on when someone starts bad-mouthing '76. The 2 part OO and one of the best late-era St. Stephens only add to this epic set. Orpheus were formed in Worcester, Massachusetts. The return of the Dead...after their hiatus. 5 Stars big cut in supplication can't stop 5 stars the sound is not perfect some hiss but the show makes up for that. I listen to great show's like this one with my children. A lava lamp's contents coalesce, bubble and ooze, right? The rest of them are equally on fire, except Jerry who is beyond fire. If you're only listening to 1977 Dead, you're missing out. It began with Drums > Let it Grow > Wharf Rat. The sound quality is really not much of an issue. Jerry is very much on fire! Now Streaming: American Beauty - The Angel's Share. Couldn't get the first night but 13, 16 and 18 were a there thanks to a friend at Pacific Stereo (I won the lottery for the closing of Wingtgterland there...oh yeah!) For all muscians who want to write their music "back in the groove," listen to this 76 show, as well as a number of others. During these shows near the end they dropped down a multi light sign that spelled out Grateful Dead behind the band. Save sennheiser orpheus to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. A "preview of coming attractions" for 1977. It takes an incomprehensible degree of composure and chemistry to play music that weaves and floats as if the band were one being, playing 6 instruments all at once. This is dynamite '76 - a good one to introduce a fellow head not too acquainted with this year. Very strange indeed. What everyone below here said. Lazy Lightning > Supplication > Let It Grow > Drums > Let It Grow > Wharf Rat > The Other One > St. Stephen > Not Fade Away > St. Stephen > The Wheel > The Other One > Stella Blue. The motive and manner of his death vary in different accounts, but the earliest known, that of Aeschylus , says that they were Maenads urged by Dionysus to tear him to pieces in a Bacchic orgy because he preferred the worship of the rival god Apollo. Mint Condition Vinyl - Sony Optical Recorder - Wave - Mp4Excellent Quality*Round Records The best Row Jimmy of any year, a great 1/2 Step, a smoking Scarlet, and that's just the first set. This has been one of my favorites for years. Great show, really enjoying my journey through '76. To honor the Native Americans, the program opened with a ceremonial Eagle Dance and a Zuni Indian melody. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2015 CD release of San Francisco 1976 (The Orpheum Theatre Broadcast On Three CDs) on Discogs. Thanks for Sharing! I went through my old GD tapes that my wife banish to the garage and pulled this gig out just 3 days ago. (A beautiful Looks Like Rain, for instance.). What to say...seated, but all were dancing. Every band has bad years, just the Grateful Dead had a lot more, that's because they outlasted all other band. Just discovered the archive and am swimming in the excellent digital version of this classic. A positively amazing second set, but the Stella Blue is so magnificent and soulful it eclipses everything that preceded it. My first re-worked "Dancin'", boy what a surprise! ADD THIS SHOW TO YER COLLECTION!!! This version has very melodic leads and an intro where Jerry incorporates some very playful phrasing into the classic riff lines. effortlessly and airy. Let it Grow gets a big shout-out! [20] Why '76 is so underrated is beyond me. Your remember correctly. Wow... Lazy Lightning>Supplication>Let it Grow>Drums>Let it Grow>Wharf Rat>The Other One>St. Hanging from its waist, where its legs should be, are four segmented tentacles. Wow, light one up and pass it my way! The jam was recorded during the sessions for the 1976 Jerry Garcia album Reflections. I was working at Hearst Castle as a tour guide and left work at about 7 pm the night before to drive up to my friend's house in Napa. If someone can show me a better show from 1976 I'll eat my hat. The Grateful Dead emits a light mist, but it is unknown if th… The band is known for its eclectic style, which fused elements of rock, folk, country, jazz, bluegrass, blues, gospel, and psychedelic rock; for live performances of lengthy instrumental jams; and for its devoted fan base, known as "Deadheads". Orpheus himself was later killed by the women of Thrace. I think this is one of the greatest shows of any year. Stephen>The Wheel>The Other One>Stella Blue. The Stella Blue in this show is by far the best I have ever heard. Grateful Dead Shirt T Shirt Stereo Headphones Steal Your Face 2012 GDP Grey XL. Promised Land, Sugaree, Minglewood Blues, Scarlet Begonias, Looks Like Rain, They Love Each Other, Mama Tried, Ship of Fools, Playin' In The Band-> Drums-> The Wheel-> Playin' In The Band Brown Eyed Women, Samson & Delilah, Friend Of The Devil, Let It Grow-> Eyes Of The World-> Wharf Rat-> The Other One-> The … The mix is uneven in spots, but wow, the performance in both sets approaches perfection. In fact, everyone is on. Grateful Dead Live at Orpheum Theatre on 1976-07-14. The balance is tilted a little toward the right as well. Donna sounds like a compliment rather than an intrusion. i don't even care if they brushed their teeth! Of course we had some contraband and while these cops were searching the car they found a cassette player and pushed play. This era is so easy to listen to. The drums are not very clear in the cymbals and snare drums and there seems to be hot and cold patches in the tape. This one has it all -- a great first set list with silky smooth playing, an amazing second set, and as a few others have mentioned, Jerry is seriously on. This was first widely released as a King Biscuit Flour Hour show (a series of concerts by different artists that were syndicated across the country) a very short time after it was played. Great show! on May 27, 2004, Mississippi Half Step, Cassidy, Row Jimmy, Mama Tried, Scarlet Begonias, Looks Like Rain, Tennessee Jed, Minglewood Blues, Loser, The Music Never Stopped Might As Well, Samson & Delilah, Candyman, Lazy Lightning-> Supplication-> Let It Grow-> Drums-> Let It Grow-> Wharf Rat-> The Other One-> Saint Stephen-> Not Fade Away-> Saint Stephen-> The Wheel-> The Other One-> Stella Blue, Sugar Magnolia, E: Johnny B. Goode, First time listening to this show since the real deal. Grateful Dead - Not Fade Away (Carter-Finley Stadium 7/10/90) (Official Live Video) share. Jonathan Aizen That segue into Wharf Rat... *goosebumps*. For me, this is one of the proverbial "desert island" shows for certain. Your privacy is important to us. The eyes all over its body give it the look of a yokaiW. By submitting, you agree to receive donor-related emails from the Internet Archive. Tune in everywhere. Set 1- standard set for 76 until the Playin>Wheel>Playin. It especially gives you insight into Bobby's amazing role with the rest of the boys. I’ve listened to it 100,000 times and it still makes me smile. SBD > ??? Lovely stuff. Supplication is there 100% now. Never forget a note of this show. I have this set, but I'm not sure if the lineage is the same as on this particular recording featured on this page. Great show and great set list. Everything just clicks, and that 2nd set suite is justifiably famous. Thank you. NEED I SAY MORE?! The night before is also very good, but get this one first and turn on a friend. Don't pass the salt and pepper to Dr. Flashback. on May 27, 2004, Promised Land, Sugaree, Minglewood Blues, Scarlet Begonias, Looks Like Rain, They Love Each Other, Mama Tried, Ship of Fools, Playin' In The Band-> Drums-> The Wheel-> Playin' In The Band Brown Eyed Women, Samson & Delilah, Friend Of The Devil, Let It Grow-> Eyes Of The World-> Wharf Rat-> The Other One-> The Music Never Stopped, E: Johnny B. Goode. © 2020 The Orpheum Presents, LLC no digiflaws, some amplifier hum, "dead air" spaces cut, Uploaded by Members include; John Perry Barlow, Tom Constanten, Jerry Garcia, Donna Jean Godchaux, Keith Godchaux, Mickey Hart, Bruce Hornsby, Robert Hunter, Phil Lesh, Ron "Pigpen" … You can't listen to Let It Grow without Supplication first. The Dead are not the Moody Blues playing the big hits in Las Vegas. First of all personally my fav Dead show ever. Each print will be shipped in a 30" heavy-duty tube packaged and fulfilled by Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco, CA. First, the stereo channels are flipped -- Jerry is on the right here, and Keith is on the left. Very strange. What a lovely preview of their '77 blowout year. Center balcony, maybe three rows back, right on top of everything. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. As discussed earlier, there’s also some real fatback from Phil throughout this show. So please listen to the 2nd lead guitar pass and you will be happy. Araki originally intended to draw the lower half of its body but changed his mind. ORPHEUM THEATER. First performance of only four total by the Dead: March 17, 1991, at the Capital Centre, in Landover, Maryland. It swells, drips, and oozes out the loudspeakers. Saw them at Kezar/OAK/OctWint and 3 outta 4 75s, but these were mine. Still, not as crisp playing as you'll find a year later. Saw three of these shows, sparking a lifestyle that was a little watered down by knowledge and availability. Facebook. I had this tape on cassette and thought it was very well played but my copy was spliced up and it had a ton of hiss. Don't dis' the '76. In Cocteau's vision, Orpheus, who is a candidate for the identity of the "baby", disappears into a looking-glass world. I LOVE this show!!! Five stars for the second set alone! The whole show is great, but from Lazy Lightning on is truly spectacular. Follow rgodsey aka funky honky to never miss another show. Might have to experiment between this one and the other copy. The Grateful Dead is a humanoid torso covered with eyes. To further showcase the natural acoustics, vocal artists sang, “Home on the Range,” “Ol’ Man River” and the Overture from Offenbach’s “Orpheus in the Underworld.” he's setting the tempo and harmony with that beautiful piano playing?? Reflections is Jerry Garcia's third solo album, released in 1976. as mentioned, jerry is nothing short of perfect on this evening at the orpheum. I had a 25 year love/hate relationship with that tape. Keep on Trucking boys. With Keith higher in the mix than usual, he sticks out way over on the left. The original members were lead guitarist and vocalist Jerry Garcia (b. I've tried turning friends on to this Magnificent display but for some reason it has yet to Stick. We do not sell or trade your information with anyone. couldnt agree more with the last reviewer, I always find it funny to read "76 is not my favorite year, but...", I agree with the dr. and converse...I too love this show as well...absolutely love Keith's work in stella...and the scarlet, to quote Marv Albert, "Yes, and it counts! great show, classic, fluid...but that buzzing especially during Wheel is killing me. This show's music does the same thing. I bet there wasn't a dry eye in the house. They also possibly recorded material for a fourth LP for MGM which was not released. standing on the street politely asking for a ticket (amidst many others offering obscene amounts of money) a decent soul gave me the ducat for exactly and only face value. Just one amazing display of improvisational magic. Jonathan Aizen this is one to get. It lacks legs but has large arms, and it walks on its hands, where each has four huge metal-like and segmented fingers evenly spaced around its circumference. I'm fairly certain I used to own a bootleg vinyl of a piece of this concert: this is one of the best setlists ive ever seen...and watching DSO play it and now listening to original version, it gives you an appreciation of what DSO has accomplished in recreating the live experience. Some of the licks he plays can only be described with goosebumps. If I were picking a favorite year... Then again, I think 6/7 is the best show of 1977. The best year? Yeah - pretty stellar show. The police decided to roust a friend and me for sitting in his 1940 Mercury back in 1978. Lost it for years until Archive. The best show of 1976, hands down. There is some fluctuation and buzzing, but let's be honest, this is one of the best shows they ever played. By submitting, you agree to receive donor-related emails from the Internet Archive. Got to love 76! 4.5 for show, 3.5 for sound = 4 overall. Outstanding performances in just about every song. We do not sell or trade your information with anyone. And what DON'T they play? Came across this show first from a decent quality cassette tape of the KSAN broadcast in the late 1970s. $169.99. The transitions in the second set are so smooth and sweet, just candy to your ears. An excellent show to learn about the dead during 76-77. Stellar setlist and inspired playing... just doesn't get much better! Another great show from the bicentenial summer. Price. Orpheus Discography. Grateful Dead, byname the Dead, American rock band that was the incarnation of the improvisational psychedelic music that flowered in and around San Francisco in the mid-1960s.Grateful Dead was one of the most successful touring bands in rock history despite having had virtually no radio hits. Seriously, bear w/me. Guaranteed by … These are very subjective judgment calls; the Doc's hat is safe. So much craziness. Loser is played to perfection and the last two minutes of Stella are just about as good as Jerry ever played his guitar. News. One of the best Wharf Rats so far. The Scandinavian name of the god called by the Anglo- Saxons Woden; the god of wisdom, poetry, war, and agriculture. but that second! Grateful Dead - Truckin' Garcia;Lesh;Weir;Hunter Lyrics:Truckin got my chips cashed in. Delicious. It brings tears to my eyes almost every time. All that's missing is a Dark Star. you can just feel the smiles. If only someone could clean up the sound on this one, 'cause the jamming is unbelievable. They never saw the Grateful Dead live but through Archive they can enjoy the music with me. "...this show and 6-15 at the beacon standout as my favs for the year. This entire run of shows has been great. How is it that just a few piano plinks can sound so good? Stephen>NFA>St. Tweet. read more. nothing short of perfect: performace, segueways, set list... many years and shows have their merits. The Lazy Lightnings/Supplication is epic.Not fade away is good too.The sound quality is pretty good as well.Certainly a candidate for a show you would turn the aliens on to. Jul 3, 2017 - Listen to The Jam Alternative Vol. Try '67, '69-'70,'72, late '73 … Maybe it's all in my head, though. Buy It Now. The second in a series of four screen-prints from renowned artist Chuck Sperry celebrating Jerry’s life and legacy. This is a great show that reminds me type of play they exhibited right before the transition into '77. Great show, great experimenting and execution. This show is beautiful...dark...happy...and sad. What a show, the boys at home hangin way cool top 10 for me now. Get the Grateful Dead Setlist of the concert at Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco, CA, USA on July 12, 1976 and other Grateful Dead Setlists for free on! to loosely quote John Tichy, formerly of Commander Cody, this show is the honey on my biscuit and the butter on my roll..very sweet sounding show..haven't got all the way through..maybe later.. but the first set just oozes honey. The slow funky intro into St. Stephen is still hard wired into my brain and evokes the happy summer shows of this period. Stream and enjoy! > CDR > CDR > SHN (via EAC and mkwACT); via M. Ferguson; The Dead are a dozen bands with a constantly change sound, constantly changing setlist. Gotta love the might as well->samson for the 2nd set opener. I will never forget this show. Now Available: Vinyl Me Please - The Story Of The Grateful Dead 14-LP Audiophile Vinyl Boxed Set. A real monster, from start to finish. They play so smooth. I was looking for a good lazy Lightning and got one. 1976 is not their best year, esp. Each print is signed & numbered by the artist in an edition of 500 and measures 21” x 32”. Check out that Scarlet Begonias! The Let it Grow, St. Stephen and Other One sparkle especially. i was always blown away by this one. In one of the opera’s most touching scenes, after Eurydice is lured to the underworld (by Hades) and has been washed of her memories in the waters of Lethe, , she meets her father but doesn’t recognize him. + 7 S 0 P O N S O A R P A 7 E E D-1-1 U J-1 0 F J-1-1. Really, can you go wrong with a segue like this: the reviewer who said jerry's voice has never been sweeter is right.... it's so melodic, it sends chills down my spine... the solos are nice, with jerry only playing the notes he has to.... and lets hear it for keith? Once you get into that Lazy Lightning-> Supplication-> Let It Grow there's no turning back. A little buzz here and there will appear in your speakers, but it doesn't matter at all. This one makes for some schizophrenic listening with the AUD patches coming in at key moments (2nd Playin jam, Eyes), but the show is very good. My first show after the break. The second set is basically one sick jam. I have come to dearly love 1976. The recording is just crystal clear. this is truly one of the best performances, besides the may run of '77. I too have always not understood why so many avid heads overlook 1976. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. The Dead are a dozen bands with a constantly change sound, constantly changing setlist. No words can accurately describe the beauty of his tone and direction, and listening to all of them locked into that space is what it's all about for us. Like a dog to a bone, I keep coming back to this show. Boy, unreal set list, but very flat sound overall. A show that combines the song selection of 76 with an exploratory nature resembling 72 (albeit without the deep space), all with one of the Dead's highest energy performances ever. The group personnel then changed and the new line-up recorded one more LP for Bell. no dout...My dream is someday this show will be released by the band in pristine condition like One from the vault. I attended this show, thanks to someone - having been to the first three of the run, and having no further tickets, I took off for the High Sierra...but the thought of the ongoing party down at the Orpheum brought me back out of the mountains. "Reuben and Cerise" Recorded on Garcia's Cats Under the Stars; Hunter's Jack O'Roses; Hunter's Box of Rain (Note: On Cats Under the Stars the tune's title was spelled "Rubin and Cherise." Thanks for sharing. Just one of the best Stephens ever: different and less spooky, but a unique interpretation/arrangement that clearly refreshed the song for the band and gave new legs to a former concert staple that would keep it in fairly frequent rotation for at least a few more years. SBD>MR>C>DAT>CDR patched with the Bob Menke audience recording via Raoul Duke encoding/patching by Matt Vernon, Uploaded by This moose stands strong against the best shows of any year, not just the post-hiatus stuff. 76 (and the first half of 77) is the cough syrup of music.