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Grateful Dead - Cornell 5.8.77 FLAC

Grateful Dead - Cornell 5.8.77 FLAC Performer: Grateful Dead
Album: Cornell 5.8.77
Country: US
Released: 2017
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Label: Rhino Records
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: R1 557480
Size FLAC: 1192 mb.
Size MP3: 2356 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 057
Record Source: 5 × Vinyl, LP, Etched All Media, Album, Limited Edition, Remastered, 180 gram Box Set




Tracklist


1Jack Straw6:29
2Lazy Lightning3:38
3Estimated Prophet8:45
4Supplication4:47
5Morning Dew14:23
6Brown-Eyed Women5:27
7Fire On The Mountain15:09
8One More Saturday Night5:08
9St. Stephen2:02
10Not Fade Away16:20
11New Minglewood Blues5:34
12Mama Tried3:26
13Dancing In The Street18:25
14Row Jimmy11:11
15They Love Each Other7:40
16Loser7:58
17El Paso4:33
18St. Stephen4:53
19Scarlet Begonias9:56
20Deal5:56


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
R1 557480Grateful Dead Cornell 5.8.77 ‎(Box, Album, RM + 5xLP, 140 + LP, S/Sided, Etch, 14)Rhino Records R1 557480US2018
081227942557Grateful Dead Cornell 5.8.77 ‎(3xHDCD, Album)Rhino Records 081227942557Europe2017
R2 557480Grateful Dead Cornell 5.8.77 ‎(3xHDCD, Album)Rhino Records R2 557480US2017


Credits


  • Art Direction, DesignMasaki Koike
  • Artwork [Vinyl Etching]Dan Emery
  • DrumsBill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart
  • Electric BassPhil Lesh
  • Executive-ProducerMark Pinkus
  • KeyboardsKeith Godchaux
  • Lacquer Cut ByChris Bellman
  • Lead Guitar, VocalsJerry Garcia
  • Liner NotesNicholas Meriwether
  • Mastered ByJeffrey Norman
  • ProducerThe Grateful Dead
  • Producer [Produced for release]David Lemieux
  • Recorded ByBetty Cantor-Jackson
  • Rhythm Guitar, VocalsBob Weir
  • Transferred ByPlangent Processes
  • VocalsDonna Jean Godchaux


Notes


Boxset includes booklet. Remastered by Jeffrey Norman from original analog board tapes. Side 10 etched. Limited edition 7,700 copies. First press of the box has gold skulls and highlights on the box.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 081227942113


Companies


  • Marketed By – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Grateful Dead Productions
  • Copyright (c) – Grateful Dead Productions
  • Recorded At – Cornell University
  • Mastered At – Mockingbird Mastering
  • Lacquer Cut At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Designed At – Phyx Design


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Great from start to finish. Really happy with this one. For a live recording this is such a nice quiet pressing.
FYI a 140g version is coming out 05/18/2018 at a decent price. Pre-order on Amazon or Music Direct
There's a reason this show is considered to be one of, if not THE best show ever. This release certainly does it justice and is a must have for any deadhead. St Stephen > Not fade away > St Stephen in unmatched in my opinion. Hoping to hold onto this one for a long long time.
This is a masterpiece. The pressing is so good. no surface noise. I highly recommend this one!
An absolute masterpiece, rivals many mofi pressings I have in sound quality. They did this right. My copy is flawless all the way through. Deadhead for life.
Absolutely Awesome! The stereo separation of the musicians is unreal. Listening to Morning Dew you can place all of the musicians in the room. The only thing I can say is flawed about this is that it is missing the "Take A Step Back" part before Scarlet/Fire. I've still got my tapes if I want to hear that though. I have no clue why they didn't include that. Oh well. This is still worth every cent. A must for anyone Dead Head!
  radiogod - you are correct. They included the "step back" part at the end of side 5.
and yet, another step back! lol it is on the cd, tho. :) this concert is frickin amazing on HDCD!!! oh and don't forget the fluff for first time listeners = mind blown!!!
Yep, it's at the end of that side...I also wish it could have been right before they cranked into "Scarlet".
Side 6 runs over 25 minutes which is pushing the capacity of a single side of vinyl - adding the take a step back segment would add unwanted seconds to the run time and potentially cause deterioration to the sound. (No reason they couldn't include it on the CD though...)
Pretty sure, it's still there, but they tacked it onto the end of Dancing.
I had pretty significant scuffing on side six, straight out of the box.
Had one in ST Stephen Cleaning cleared it up i noticed a lot of flecks of Vinyl on the surface.
Anyone else have the loud pop/skip in They Love Each Other? its present in my and a buddy's copy - hoping a thorough spin clean removes it.
Yes, same. I don't think this pressing is very good overall
I believe I heard it last night when I was listening to it. I cleaned all sides before I played them too, although, that was the only significant pop I found.