May 1977 is set to change all of that with a boxed set that zeroes in on this high-water mark in the Grateful Dead's long strange trip.For a band resurrecting itself after a 20-month hiatus, there was a great frenzy of expectancy that surrounded the Spring of 1977. The band is at its tightest. All I can say is, "Wow." Sunrise is a song about Rolling Thunder, he was a native american and spiritual teacher who hung out with the dead and Mickey Hart. The band rocks out on help->slip->frank. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2017 CD release of May 1977: Get Shown The Light on Discogs. I would download this now and enjoy it during rush hour if I could. The entire first set is way better than 5/8, and the second set is almost as good. 1977, 50th I poked my head in one of the auditorium doors, and there was Garcia, alone on stage, checking out his rig. The balance and seperation are just perfect, and this source sounds as good as any of the others to me. Anniversary, Dave's $19.98. Case in point: the following night in Buffalo. My jaw dropped during Comes a Time. Come to think of it, pretty much every show I've heard in the Spring '77 Tour is worth having. I'll just try to make up for it in my office today! For those out there who read about classic "runs" in the reviews of others, the crown jewel of that term is this legendary run. This is the Dead at their finest. enjoy folks. and then to cap it all off a UJB that bests most from '72/'73. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. This is a wonderful sparkling show, much better than Cornell, much more consistently 'on' and crackling with energy. With a little EQ it's a great live album, if not the show those present heard. In the long and storied touring history of the Grateful Dead the year 1977 stands out as one of the best years by general agreement of fans and critics alike it is fair to say. I know a lots been said about it, but its that great. Both sets sound great and got done very well in terms of pressing/manufacturing and mastering. My first show was 05-15-1977 in St. Louis and all of the Spring 77 stuff brings up great memories. Obvious 5 star performance. Grateful Dead Cassidy May 9, 1977. Not much to say that hasn't been said. does anyone else cry and then piss themselves during this bertha as well? An 11 CD box set of four complete Grateful Dead shows: May 5, 1977, New Haven; May 7, 1977, Boston; May 8, 1977, Cornell; and May 9, 1977, Buffalo. Incredible Not Fade Away Jam. show. Phil was stil such a driving force. Great songs. This is a great show, all the way around. $19.98. The Peggy-O is sick. Get the Grateful Dead Setlist of the concert at Buffalo Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY, USA on May 9, 1977 and other Grateful Dead Setlists for free on setlist.fm! I love shows that start hot out of the gate and this is a prime example. This show is smoking. For Donna/Keith era it really doesn't get better. The Grateful Dead formed in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1965 amid the counterculture of the 1960s.They had many musical influences, and their music evolved to a great degree over time. Highly recommended. But this is a knockout, great show-starter. This is one of my favorite shows. on April 9, 2004, Help On The Way-> Slipknot!-> Franklin's Tower, Cassidy, Brown Eyed Women, Mexicali Blues, Tennessee Jed, Big River, Peggy-O, Sunrise, The Music Never Stopped Bertha, Good Lovin', Ship of Fools, Estimated Prophet-> The Other One-> Drums-> Not Fade Away-> Comes A Time-> Sugar Magnolia, E: Uncle John's Band, I was a big fan (still am) of the famous summer of 1976 July 17 version of Comes a Time, then I heard this version. I can't wait to start the concert. Winterland Arena - June 9, 1977 "Funiculi Funicula" tuning before "Help" setlist. Crispy Brown Eyed Women, Music Never Stopped filled with Jerry guitar wheelies. Check out October 30, 1971 for a completely opposite take on Comes a Time. Thank you kind ones for making it possible for me to listen. One of my early impressions of the Grateful Dead back in 1974, When I first listened to some of their albums, was that they have the unique ability to hold a note without actually playing it. Otherwise, this is the better of the two shows. I saw it all, every particle..I felt it come, utter calm. I have been listening to this Buffalo recording since I was old enough to memorize the lyrics to Brown Eyed. Seems like cruise control. The rest of the show is very tight, well played, but in comparison with many many other shows bores me. Still Sealed! The highlights are the Music and Comes a Time, but nothing here disappoints. My friends came out of the shadows, scaring the shit out of me, while laughing thier asses off. Limited edition release of 15,000. It was recorded at five consecutive shows, from May 11–17, 1977. This is now in my top 5 Big Rivers. I kinda like 2/26's H>S better but this Franklin's Tower is probably the best. Gone is the meandering mellowness of 1976. From it's major impact on me as one of my first handful of Dead tapes, this night still shines sooooo bright in such a stellar year. Including the shows on May 5 in Boston and May 6 in New Haven, May 1977: Get Shown The Light covers all four incredible shows, a stellar component of one of the Dead’s best years. In many ways, this show blows Cornell out of the water. Your privacy is important to us. I became aware of and locked in at Brown-Eyed Women and by the end of Morning Dew I was utterly convinced that my parents and everything they stood for were extinct. And the drummers are at the peak of complemnting each other and the musc, ever propulsive. This one does have the crowd sound and tuning intact of course, which the other one doesn't. Along with 5/7 and 5/8/1977, these 3 concerts represent the pinnacle of sound and performance quality of Dead concerts. My four favorite versions of this trifecta are One From The Vault, Beacon Theatre, 06/14/76, this version here and the beauty that is the opening sequence of Without A Net. Many a night have I gotten stoned and listened to this show. I love how loud the toms are. the May 9th show is one of my favorites, in part because the sound quality is so "in tune", the notes resonate and fill the car with good feeling. What a great show all around. Help>Slip>Frank is excellent and the sound quality is great. I try to spread the word cause deadheads love good live music. The Bertha > Good Lovin start to the 2nd set was dynamite as was Ship of Fools. do yourself the favor... download the AUD or find the SBD somewhere else (you can still trade SBD with the Band's blessing, just not on the archive), Greatgreatgreatandmoregreat!I was stuck on Long Island becoming a man,so,could some kindly generous soul do me a b and p favor?Please!and Thank you!!!! 5/7-8-9/77 , the three shows are stellar. Users have designated the following versions as heady! Rain really coming down from a tropical system. The Grateful Dead and our managing organizations have long encouraged the purely non-commercial exchange of music taped at our concerts and those of our individual members. Comes a time, This Help Slip Frank is my favorite since Ive been listening to this tape since 1990. The band sounds like they're on a hot one for this show, starting with the inspired, thirty minute, Help-Slipknot-Franklins! . Aside from the box office personnel, there was no one in the building. IMHO. A must have from the magic that was Spring '77. 2nd set rolled just as I was coming' heavy on.. Just grab everything from New haven to buffalo and you will be in heaven. An 11 CD release of all the music from four consecutive Grateful Dead shows in May 1977: 5/5/77 New Haven, 5/7/77 Boston, 5/8/77 Cornell, and 5/9/77 Buffalo. Of course, Comes a Time is pretty special. new submissions. Compared to the night before which was a screamer....this show holds it's own with ease. Excellent all around concert and recording - you can't go wrong with this one!!! I just got a good '91 show and cannot believe what Healy was thinking when he mixed the sound. And Jerry's solo on "Ship of Fools" - damn that's why he was and will always be KING! Absolutely soul wrenching licks from Jerry, and you can hear him delaying the band from transitioning into the melancholy fade for the next song. It contains four consecutive complete concerts, recorded on May 5, 7, 8, and 9, 1977, on eleven CDs. GRATEFUL DEAD Monday, May 9th, 1977 War Memorial Auditorium - Buffalo, New York Audience & Soundboard Recordings Immediately after what would later become arguably their most famous show of all time, the Grateful Dead just rolled right along. More, Recreation & $750.00. We can hit Barton Hall and then Buffalo." I have little to add to what has been said already. this show is one of my all time favorites IMHO it is better than Cornell. The Grateful Dead began their career as The Warlocks, a group formed in early 1965 from the remnants of a Palo Alto, California jug band called Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions. From the very top of the upper level orange seats to the front row before the stage everyone was jumping and twirling. My time machine is almost finished. Hence, setting the tone for Jerry to lay out some mean lickings. My personal favorite, it rips the whole way through. It is never very far from my CD player ! Beyond the praise that everyone has offered already, especially regarding the Help>Slipknot>Franklin's, I urge everyone to check out the Big River. The H>S>F opener is on fire. Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain. Grateful Dead: May 1977, OOP, RARE 14 CD Box Set, Brand New! May 1977 Box by Grateful Dead (2013-10-21) May 1977 Box by Grateful Dead (2013-10-21) Born 1977 May 17? The Grateful Dead’s Greatest Year The band’s 1977 shows were some of their most epic. I know Cornell has the hype, but sweet mercy this show is sublime. etree. 5-7/8/9 together are pretty much unbeatable. May 9, 1977 05/77. not many have mentioned the Cassidy, which is sublime and beautiful as cassidy should be. Also deadheads check out Ekoostik Hookah. But you can't have everything....I'd personally rather have a clean-sounding copy so I'd go for the other one. ooohs and ahhhs all around, the entire show. This was my fist show - I was 14 and didn't know who the Dead really were. (Walk Me Out In the) Morning Dew (Live At Pembroke Pines, FL, May 22, 1977) 16. Stream it or download if you have the know how. I'm Lumpimg a ton of shows in this review. The Peggy-O is virtually above reproach, gorgeous. This very show was an inspiring event. I really like this show. Produced by Grateful Dead. They just didn't understand. this was my show!!!!! Eyes Of The World. On the very next night they were simply playing the next stop on the Spring 77 tour in Buffalo, New York. no dice. It lifted off Bertha>Good loving' settled back into Ship of Fools then a monster shot: Estimated Prophet Phil taking me inside out and sideways, Bobby straight ahead. Another smokin' soundboard from Betty Cator...great performance, even better sound! View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2013 CD release of May 1977 on Discogs. 111 tracks (769:57). Packaged as a box set, it includes a booklet with a historical essay and photos from the concerts, along with individual liner notes for each show. Genres: Jam Band, Folk Rock. Company, Stickers & Listening to the '77 shows confirms that first impression. I love this one. MARKETED BY RHINO ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY, A WARNER MUSIC GROUP COMPANY. Grateful Dead Cassidy May 9, 1977. Hit shuffle, sit back and let Jerry and the boys (and Donna) sing your troubles away! But now that we're probably done with 1977 for a while, come on Dead/Rhino, let's finally put out the CD/Blu-Ray of 8/27/72 Veneta Orgeon~! 50+ videos Play all Mix - Peggy-O - Grateful Dead - Buffalo Memorial Auditorium - (1977 … Feel so fortunate (old?) Big River, Jed, Estimated, and especially Bertha rock! Enjoy. Grateful Dead May 1977 Box Set 14CDs. https://archive.org/details/GratefulDead?and=date:1977-05-09* it's only 2 seconds, but what a glorious 2 seconds. TMNS is hands down the best. this shit can soothe the world! It was during the second song of the second set (Good Lovin) that I became a Dead head. Get the best deals on Grateful Dead Music CDs when you shop the largest online selection at eBay.com. I can even appreciate the Sunrise. I kept noticing everyone was dancing, moving and shaking. Well worth the space on your hard drive. The Grateful Dead played more than 2,000 concerts, but none continues to spark interest and provoke discussion quite like the band’s performance at Cornell University’s Barton Hall on May 8, 1977. Grateful Dead -"Not fade Away, Goin' Down the road feeling bad" Grateful Dead 'Skull & Roses' (1971) - Duration: 9:27. Winterland June 1977: The Complete Recordings is a 9 CD live album by the American rock band the Grateful Dead.It contains three complete concerts. . I think its a very solid show, but give me something that bites...this show is like a back-rub. Grateful Dead / Rhino. Complete your Grateful Dead* collection. the help>slip!>franklin's is to die for. May 7th-9th in 1977 found the dead in their top form, and this show is no exception, infact it is proof to any nay sayers of late 70s dead (how could The Help->Slip is awesome, kicking interesting and full of energy but the Franklins...I have tried, listened as closely as I know how...imho it is boring. All in all “There’s nothing like a Grateful concert!”. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures … I hope they liked it as much as I did, doh! One More Saturday Night (Live At Hartford, Ct, May 28, 1977) 20. Get the Grateful Dead Setlist of the concert at St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, MN, USA on May 11, 1977 and other Grateful Dead Setlists for free on setlist.fm! This show was my first tape and still my favorite after 700 more. 8,467 8.5K. We went on tour a month later! Official Site Of The Grateful Dead. I guess I was born about 30 yrs too late. Hot show with great sound. Tracks. I have this tape from back in the day its nice to hear it this clear. Grateful Dead - To Terrapin: Hartford 77 - Amazon.com Music Skip to main content.us. This is up there w/ any other version that could be played(also 3/24/73). The late 70s to early 80s is my favorite Dead period. A 14 CD set comprising 5 complete Grateful Dead shows from 1977. We'll try to find what you're looking for but in the meantime why not check out these sections of Dead.net? This show is my personal favorite from 1977. One thing I can say, one can play music VERY loud in the Michigan woods. It's just gorgeous through and through ... couple of spots where you're waiting for tapers to change spools and shit, but Jesus, when you make your way to Comes A Time ... well, "only love can fill ... ". See more details about the album: Buy from amazon.com I love reading all the comments.....we all have our opinions, don't we? The discography of the rock band the Grateful Dead includes more than 200 albums, the majority of them recorded live in concert.The band has also released more than two dozen singles and a number of videos.. The Peggy-o is unbeatable and this Help>Slipknot is what converted me into a manic head back way in the day. WOW! I like this one, it has a loose feel and a good Slipknot etc. Ahhh May 9th 1977 was my very first Dead show. Perfect Peggy-O. Ahh the memories of the Dead at their peak. 145 shows later, it's still in my top 5. I would agree to argue that one could find a better H>S>FT's, but this one is awesome noetheless. The energy from the previous night is channeled into perhaps the best version of Help>Slip>Franklin’s of the year. Recording is stellar, one should not hesitate to download this show. Limited to 15,000 individually numbered copies, MAY 1977: GET SHOWN THE LIGHT is a collection of what is unanimously believed to be the most sought-after previously unreleased complete shows the Grateful Dead ever played. Scene: ME, in the middle of the woods, at the Michigan regional gathering a year after Jerry died, with a Big Buck Brewery Ball, and the first set of this tape BLASTING out of the stereo of my friend's '81 VW Westphalia, with me boogying down. Phil is very clear in the mix. Jonathan Aizen first tape I ever had. $100, Over i streamed and streamed and streamed trying to find a better one, but i dont think it exists. That vocal is not too shabby either. The Grateful Dead played more than 2,300 concerts during their three-decade career, but many Deadheads think one gig towers above the rest: The May 8, 1977 … I mean Peggy-O, Sunrise, and TMNS were all a superb way to end the set. Grateful Dead May 9, 1977 War Memorial Buffalo, NY | Listen on archive. TC sounds high, and Phil's voice sounds shot throughout the whole show. MAY 1977: GET SHOWN THE LIGHT is a collection of what is unanimously believed to be the most sought-after previously unreleased complete shows the Grateful Dead ever played. The lights went red for the guitar solos, which was appropriate as they were scorching. I love that one. 42 powerful 11 comments | Make a comment | Add vote | Listen on archive. Users have designated the following versions as heady! Someone said (somewhere) the set list wasn't really important and if that's what you are looking for in a Dead concert then you've missed the point. Limited edition release of 15,000. Damn, what a monster "Big River." A must have! Or so I thought, until I heard someone playing a guitar on the stage. But each one has it's own mood. I must agree with Ashes Rising....this is by far the most incredible Comes A Time ever played. TOO is really nice, still i think there's better later ones out there (like 11/5/77 or dicks picks 18). Peggy-O is all I have to say. It would be years before I realized that my very first Dead show would be rated as one of the best ever. Rhino. jerry once said he picked someone from the front of the audience and he played that show to them. I think a big part of this tape's (and this run's) reputation lies in its sound and it sounds incredible. Gerald Ford was president; remember WIN buttons and Chevy Chase's hilarious pratfalls as Ford on SNL? first live dead i ever heard was this show and when i heard peggy O iwas hooked forever (thnx brian cleveland) rip jg. Might as well rank it a 5. Bob's bass must be missing a string. It contains five complete concerts, on 14 CDs. Franklin's Tower ☮ Grateful Dead, 5/9/77 - Duration: 14:09. chasefukuoka61 2,086,765 views. Dead were Done too, they said, Pig Pen was the end. The first set of this show was better than the first set of Barton. But in this show, it's audible for a lot of the time. hot songs . RELEASED NOVEMBER 7, 1995 ℗ 1995 GRATEFUL DEAD PRODUCTIONS, INC. Check out the end of Estimated. When I first got this tape it quickly became a favorite and has remained so. They absolutely tear it up on this Franklin's. I've been into tape trading for several years and of all the material I've gotten of the Dead this show still gives me goose bumps. Show Archive. INSPIRED PLAYING THROUGHOUT, THE WHOLE SHOW IS JUST SMOKE ! Amazing the different eras in American history in which the Dead persevered and remained popular. The sound quality is obviously 5 stars, easily. Managed to find both in two different stores. by Grateful Dead. Tons of energy and everyone at the top of their game musically (except perhaps Keith who is nevertheless just fine). Released 5 May 2017 on Rhino. Cornell, it's extravaganza. The audience source supplies patches for the master reel splices at D2T2,TMNS 6:50 - 7:18 and D3T4, NFA 1:43 - 2:10 Seeded via Fungus and abgd by Charlie Connor 3/21/02, with thanks to Joe Samaritano and Scott Clugston, Uploaded by Awesome setlist, really long Franklin's - really mellow Bertha. It's got great energy. I was buying sugar cubed over the counter a the record store, circulating boots from Felt Forum, Winterland and The great Hway (The Family Dog) Next I knew they were trucking' up to Buffalo, I was 15 and didn't have a drivers license but my cousin Bobby lived in Lockport so he came through with an extra to get a guy to drive us up From Cleveland. Peggy-O is outstanding. The only reason why Cornell, in my opinion, is a little better; is because of the superb sound quality of 5/8 and of course, the all-time greatest versions of Scarlet>Fire and Morning Dew. The show rocks from start to finish. Sunrise--maybe if this wasn't there thing could be different but that kills the set for me. Just a big thanks to all the people who make these shows available to us. As good as Buffalo was, it's missing a song or two that I'd of liked to have heard within the flow of this show. I bumped into umm 7.1.80 arrowhead stadium, try it. Eyes Of The World. This is a must listen, must have, must love show. My friends and I used to sit around listening to this tape at BH's. We both had a good laugh and I booked a flight to Ithaca with a return to Atlanta the night of the 10th. Free Shipping. The comments show that if you dig deep u find crystals. 102 The Music Never Stopped End to the first set. and Brown-Eyed Women locked me in again. And yes, I did just fine on my test and paper. Everybody knows 05/08/77: the Legendary Cornell show. 5/4 5/5 5/8 5/11 5/15 5/25 all stand out more for me. For them, the events of the previous … It was recorded on June 7, 8, and 9, 1977, at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, California. It's all gooooooood. No one ever speaks of Sugar Magnolia, is it because everyone thinks that they are all similar? HELP>SLPI>FRANKLIN'S best ever. However, my preference for music sung by Jerry is unquestionable. This shows already turning out to be a Favorite. C $2,451.05 Buy It Now +C $61.86 shipping We do not sell or trade your information with anyone. May 8, 1977 … Couldn't resist tuning this one in on its anniversary...still gives me goose bumps and a smile. The Music Never Stopped is HOT. This show is an absolute classic, and might be the pinnacle of May 77. Grateful Dead. Sources: Soundboard Source:Betty Cantor 7" two track reel w/DBX-1 @ 7 1/2 ips>PCM501ES @ 44.055 kHz PCM501ES analog out>DBX-1 decoder>analog in PCM501ES analog out> May 1977 Box by Grateful Dead (2013-10-21) May 1977 Box by Grateful Dead (2013-10-21) Born 1977 May 17? Take a closer look at St. Paul Civic Center Arena, St. Paul, MN (5/11/77), the first show in our May 1977 boxed set. The SBD is still available for downloading - I'm doing it as I type this. Had people say they `` kinda like 2/26 's H > s > F is... The afternoon of the 10th what a monster `` Big River,,! Me back in a tour that set the bar, `` come on up for the Dead is untouchable my! A reason that this show is a must have from the very top of upper... 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