"Blues for the World"
A Grateful Dead mix by Rowjimmy
Daydreaming at work as a boorish meeting wore on, I played myself a mental set of some Grateful Dead.
What I heard (in my head) sounded pretty cool and I thought to recreate it. I took some notes during
the meeting about this possible mix and, immediately afterwards, set to work compiling the material.
Here's a scan of the notes I made during the meeting:
You'll notice that I didn't exactly re-create the entire thing but the groundwork was there.
Now, you can hear the result.
Mixed from legal, lossless, sources by rowjimmy AT gmail DOT com
Running times are approximate:
00:00 > 00:30
1970-10-04 - 'Til The Morning Comes
00:24 > 00:31
1973-06-22 - Beat It On Down The Line
00:30 > 00:33
1974-06-28 - Seastones*
00:25 > 03:22
1981-10-06 - Space > Blues For Allah Jam
01:17 > 02:08
1970-05-15 - Cryptical Envelopment
03:07 > 04:29
1970-05-15 - The Other One
04:07 > 11:37
1970-05-06 - Dancin' In the Streets Jam
10:54 > 28:10
1974-07-19 - Eyes Of The World
28:10 > 36:17
1973-06-10 - Stella Blue
35:53 > 49:50
1974-06-28 - Space > Mind Left Body Jam
46:24 > 51:18
1974-07-19 - Jam > Spanish Jam
46:06 > 56:10
1969-11-07 - Dark Star > Uncle John's Jam
56:06 > 71:42
1973-11-17 - Uncle John's Band (Jam) > Morning Dew
71:29 > 72:38
1988-07-02 - Morning Dew
*This Clip contains the full contents of Seastones from 1974-06-28, folded, inverted and otherwise manipulated into a single, thunderous, percussive note (with a bit of a roaring tail...)
Thanks to the GDThread @ week4paug.net for their input/seeds/etc...
Some post-processing was applied to individual clips and the mix as a whole to 'tweak' various sonic properties.
If you seek out the specific shows utilized here, they may not sound the same... (which is why I'm not listing db.etree shnids.)