|Location||San Francisco, CA|
|Date||2/27/69 - Thursday||posters||tickets, passes & laminates|
|One||[41:58] ; Bill Graham intro [0:06] ; Good Morning Little Schoolgirl [9:31] ; [2:30] ; Doin' That Rag [6:21] ; [2:45] ; Cryptical Envelopment [1:52] > Drums [0:13] > The Other One [8:35] > Cryptical Envelopment [9:05] ; [1:00] %|
|Two||[1:11:11] ; Dupree's Diamond Blues [3:57] > Mountains Of The Moon [3:43] > Jam [2:23] > Dark Star [21:50] > St. Stephen [6:27] > The Eleven [15:#42] > Turn On Your Love Light [4:40] > Drums [0:32] > Turn On Your Love Light [12:34] ; [0:17]|
|Encore||[6:23] ; Cosmic Charlie [5:45] ; [0:14] %|
|Comments||Total time [1:59:32 +]. The old circulating tape of the 1st set begins with Graham's introduction ; the newly circulating tape of both sets is missing this intro and cuts in on Schoolgirl 14 seconds after the beginning of the song. There is a cut in The Eleven at 11:05 on the circulating SBD, probably due to the end of a reel.
The Eleven analyzes St. Stephen > 1st vocals 1:08 > transition Jam 2:06 > Eleven Jam 5:02 > Eleven vocals 0:40 > Eleven Jam 3:#30 > Eleven 2nd theme Jam 3:16 > Turn On Your Love Light. This is the Mountains Jam > Dark Star > St. Stephen used on Live Dead, which picks up the Mountains Jam about 1:10 after it begins.
All four of these shows at Fillmore West were mastered onto reels. In the late '80s Healy remastered them and in recent years these versions of 2/27/69 and 3/2/69 have come into circulation.
Eaton's list reads:
02/27/69 The Fillmore West, San Francisco Ca - complete
4.9, 120min, Sbd, A0D2, Reel M->1630->Dat 1, 44k,
2inch 16trk Master Reels@15ips->PCM 1630 x 0->3700 x 1
Master recording source(s): 2inch 16trk Master Reels@15ips
|Contributors||Jim Powell Dick Latvala Rob Eaton|
|Caretaker||Jim Powell email update|