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  • Voodoo Dead Soundboard Recordings Of Both Nights

    For all you Deadheads out there. Just stumbled onto this.
    Grab it, only up for 7 days:

    https://wetransfer.com/downloads/480...0080423/7ceff1

    https://wetransfer.com/downloads/9bc...0081342/749c86

    Voodoo Dead
    2022-05-01
    Republic NOLA New Orleans, LA

    Set One:
    01-Loose Lucy 13:08
    02-They Love Each Other 14:49
    03-Scarlet Begonias 24:19
    04-Fiyo On The Bayou 14:06
    05-Deal 9:55

    Set Two:
    01-Blue Sky 11:46 (Note 1)
    02-New Speedway Boogie 9:21 (Note 1)
    03-Smokestack Lightning 6:24 (Note 1)
    04-New Speedway Boogie 3:27 (Note 1)
    05-Eyes of the World 13:58
    06-Turn On Your Lovelight 13:45
    07-Sugaree 14:01

    Notes:
    Lineup: Steve Kimock - guitars John Medeski - organ, keys Al Schnier - guitar, vocals John Kimock - drums George porter Jr. - bass, vocals
    1-Special Guest Duane Betts - guitar, vocals (Blue Sky, New Speedway and Smokestack)


    Voodoo Dead
    2022-04-30
    Republic NOLA New Orleans, LA


    Set One:
    01-Big Railroad Blues 13:24
    02-Philadelphia Mambo 17:15
    03-Bird Song 22:10
    04-Big River 9:41

    Set Two:
    01-Ophelia 8:05
    02-Iko, Iko 10:27 (Note 1)
    03-Dark Star 13:22
    04-The Other One 11:29
    05-Dark Star 4:01
    06-Tore Up 8:40
    07-Many Rivers To Cross 12:26
    08-Shakedown Street 18:10
    09-I Shall Be Released 9:43

    Notes:

    Lineup: Steve Kimock - guitars John Medeski - organ, keys Al Schnier - guitar, vocals John Kimock - drums Reed Mathis - bass, vocals
    1-Special Guest Papa Mali - guitar, vocals (Iko Iko)

    Charlie Miller - live sound & recording




  • #2
    I would think Kimock and Duane Betts would play real nice together. And, of course, it is great Charlie Miller was involved. I go back with him to the late 90's when he would tape Kimock with two mics on stage in a V. There was a small circle of people involved and they would circulate on cassettes and I think I got into the loop via an AOL Grateful Dead group. Those recordings are some of the best non-soundboards I have ever heard.

    I have always wondered how he processed the Grateful Dead recordings he sweetens. He is not working with the actual Vault tapes so it must be 2 track stereo versions that he must use some sort of notched equalizing on. Never seen any technical info on what he actually does but he has done a hell of a job making good sounding recordings sound that much better.

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    • #3
      which night was better ?

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