Band Grateful Dead
Venue Capitol Theater
Location Port Chester, NY
Date 11/5/70 - Thursday posters tickets, passes & laminates
One [8:55] ; Tuning [0:06] ; Louisiana Lady [3:45] ; [0:10] ; Honky Tonk Women [4:57] ; [0:08]
Two [1:44:17] ; Tuning [0:05] ; Drums [0:09] > Hard To Handle [8:06] ; [3:00] ; Sittin' On Top Of The World [2:56] ; [1:28] ; Mama Tried [2:24] ; [4:15] ; Truckin' [6:19] > The Other One [0:22] > Drums [3:50] > The Other One [9:07] > Dark Star [21:00] > Saint Stephen [6:00] > Drums [0:44] > Not Fade Away [4:01] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [6:#35] > Not Fade Away [1:45] > Turn On Your Lovelight [27:45#] % [0:08]
Comments Total time 1:53:12 +. SET 1 is the conclusion of a NRPS set with Garcia, pedal steel. SET 2 is the electric Dead set. Broken string after Hard To Handle. This is the deep Space Dark Star of the year. Pigpen plays harmonica on Goin' Down The Road.

The circulating AUD is Ken Leigh's excellent master, made with a Sony T-110 with internal mic from the center loge. There is no SBD master of this show in the vault.


THE CAPITOL THEATER SHOWS -- NOV 5-8 1970

For this run of shows at the Capitol Theater (Nov. 5-8) the Dead played a single concert each night (not "Early" and "Late" shows as has sometimes been thought). The Capitol Theater's Village Voice ad for October 1 lists shows ("featurning NRPS") at 8:00 PM on November 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th; there's no further mention of these shows at all in the the Capitol's Voice ads for 10/29 and 11/5, while ads for the shows at the 46th St. Rock Palace in Brooklyn are prominent in these same issues.

On Thursday and Sunday the show consisted of an acoustic Dead set, a NRPS set, and an electric Dead set. On Friday and Saturday, they added a second electric Dead set.
Recordings 114 A?
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11/6/70a - Friday
Band Grateful Dead
Venue Capitol Theater
Location Port Chester, NY
Date 11/6/70a - Friday posters tickets, passes & laminates
One [24:19] ; Tuning [2:42] ; Candyman [4:00] ; [0:28] ; Uncle John's Band [3:24] ; [1:51] ; Attics Of My Life [5:21] ; Drums & Bass Soundcheck [6:29]
Two [50:28] ; Don't Ease Me In [3:09] ; [0:09] ; Deep Elem Blues [5:51] ; [1:27] ; Dark Hollow [3:02] ; [0:43] ; Friend Of The Devil [3:36] ; [1:31] ; The Rub [2:57] ; [0:42] ; Black Peter [7:06] ; [1:31] ; El Paso [4:45] ; [1:05] ; [1:11] ; Brokedown Palace [5:51] > Uncle John's Band [5:40]
Three [1:11:34] ; Tuning [0:36] ; Workin' Man Blues [3:58 ] ; [0:13] ; I Don't Know You [4:00] ; [1:42] ; Watcha Gonna Do [4:21] ; [1:04] ; Glendale Train [5:12] ; [0:56] ; Portland Woman [5:31] ; [1:00] ; Fair Chance To Know [4:17] ;0:12] ; All I Ever Wanted [7:07] ; [0:22] ; Truck Drivin' Man [3:17] ; [1:40] ; Lodi [4:04] ; [0:32] ; Me And Bobby McGee [4:17] ; [0:12] ; Louisiana Lady [3:52] ; [0:12] ; The Weight [6:55] ; [0:08] ; Honky Tonk Women [4:56] ; [0:34]
Comments SET 1 is the acoustic soundcheck. SET 2 the acoustic Dead set. SET 3 is the NRPS set. See further in 11/06/70b.
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11/6/70b - Friday
Band Grateful Dead
Venue Capitol Theater
Location Port Chester, NY
Date 11/6/70b - Friday posters tickets, passes & laminates
One [[02:07:07 +]] ; [2:07:07 +] [0:04] ; Casey Jones [4:36] ; [0:18] ; Me And My Uncle [3:32] % I'm A King Bee [6:45] % China Cat Sunflower [2:57] > Jam [3:05] > I Know You Rider [4:08] % Truckin' [7:31] % Candyman [7:20] ; [0:12] % Sugar Magnolia [4:40] % Drums [0:31] > Good Lovin' [1:42] > Drums [4:17] > The Main Ten (Playing In The Band) Drums [0:35] > The Main Ten (Playing In The Band) [3:43] > Drums [4:10] > Good Lovin' [8:40] % Alligator [3:29] > Drums [0:10] > Jam [10:39] > Not Fade Away [2:57] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [4:13] > Mountain Jam [0:30] > Not Fade Away [2:40] > Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) [14:13] > Turn On Your Lovelight [17:#30] ; [0:30]
Comments Total time of show [4:09:09 +]. SET 1 is the electric Dead set. According to Dave Tamarkin, who attended and taped this show, the entire electric segment was all one set, with a long pause to correct technical difficulties between Good Lovin' and Alligator.

The first 3:10 of the Jam after Alligator is just Jerry & the drummers; this Jam involves allusions to Not Fade Away, Goin' Down The Road, The Other One and Caution, but never settles into any steady riff despite the drummers energetic efforts to herd it into Not Fade from 7:30 on -- when they finally do slip into it by the back door at 10:39 the effect is explosive. The dovetail into Goin' Down The Road 3 minutes later is as deft; this version features the additional verse "Mama told me son don't go down there." There are Caution hints in the transition from Mountain Jam back to Not Fade. Pigpen's harmonica is prominent early in Caution -- the Jamming here is over the top, the segue into Lovelight takes it from a roar to a whisper to a roar in 3 seconds. It's hard to believe they didn't play an encore, or two.


We now have Jack Warner's 4-CD composite of this show. His notes follow; after them there is a catalog of the tape masters for this show.

Disc #1: Soundcheck & Acoustic set:

Candyman #1
Candyman #2
Uncle John's Band #1
Uncle John's Band #2
Attics Of My Life
Drums and bass soundcheck

Don't Ease Me In [3:09] ; [0:09] ;
Deep Elem Blues [5:51] ; [1:27] ;
Dark Hollow [3:02] ; [0:43] ;
Friend Of The Devil [3:36] ; [1:31] ;
The Rub [2:57] ; [0:42] ;
Black Peter [7:06] ; [1:31] ;
El Paso [4:45] ; [1:05] ; [1:11] ;
Brokedown Palace [5:51] >
Uncle John's Band [5:40]


Disc #2 NRPS Set:

Workin' Man Blues [3:58 ] ; [0:13] ;
I Don't Know You [4:00] ; [1:42] ;
Watcha Gonna Do [4:21] ; [1:04] ;
Glendale Train [5:12] ; [0:56] ;
Portland Woman [5:31] ; [1:00] ;
Fair Chance To Know [4:17] ;0:12] ;
All I Ever Wanted [7:07] ; [0:22] ;
Truck Drivin' Man [3:17] ; [1:40] ;
Lodi [4:04] ; [0:32] ;
Me And Bobby McGee [4:17] ; [0:12] ;
Louisiana Lady [3:52] ; [0:12] ;
The Weight [6:55] ; [0:08] ;
Honky Tonk Women [4:56] ; [0:34] %

Disc #3: Electric Dead Set opening:

Casey Jones [4:36] ; [0:18] ;
Me And My Uncle [3:32] %
I'm A King Bee [6:45] %
China Cat Sunflower [2:57] >
Jam [3:05] >
I Know You Rider [4:08] %
Truckin' [7:31] %
Candyman [7:20] ; [0:12] %
Sugar Magnolia [4:40] %
Drums [0:31] >
Good Lovin' [1:42] >
Drums [4:17] >
The Main Ten Drums [0:35] >
The Main Ten [3:43] >
Drums [4:10] >
Good Lovin' [8:40]

Disc #4: Dead Electric Set conclusion:

Alligator [3:29] >
Drums [0:10] >
Jam [10:39] >
Not Fade Away [2:57] >
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [4:13] >
Mountain Jam [0:30] >
Not Fade Away [2:40] >
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) [14:13] >
Turn On Your Lovelight [17:#30] ; [0:30] %

This is basically Ken Leigh's master, with a patch from Tamarkin's. This is superior to the version Teddy Goodbear and his buddy put into circulation a couple years ago. I believe Jim Wise had a hand in re-transcribing the tapes."


TAPES OF 11/6/70

There is no SBD master of this show in the vault. There are parts of three AUD masters from this show in circulation.

1AUD: The so-called "usher" tape, made by an usher at the venue, Ken Leigh, on a Sony T-110 cassette deck, from the center loge. Circulating copies of this master include the soundcheck; the acoustic Dead set through El Paso, which breaks off after 2:08, (sometimes also a tag end of Uncle John's Band); the complete NRPS set; and the complete electric set complete. This master tends to include tunings between songs. It is a good job of AUD taping for the period. There is a cut in Lovelight at 7:30, at the tape flip.

2AUD: The circulating segment of this master contains I'm A King Bee through Sugar Magnolia. This master is easily distinguished by the guy yelping just off mic immediately before the beginning of the first Truckin' vocals. This master is almost as good as 1AUD; it may be Marty Weinberg's. It tends to clip out pauses between tunes. Whoever made this tape, it would be useful to turn up the rest of it. At the end of the cassette Side A of this tape there is a copy of the Easy Wind from the AUD of 7/10/70 after I Know You Rider; this tune has sometimes been mistakenly thought to belong to 11/6/70. (Marty Weinberg probably mastered 7/10/70 AUD.)

3AUD: This tape supplies the conclusion of the acoustic set -- #El Paso (the last #2:37), Brokedown, Uncle John -- used to patch some copies of 1AUD. It was mastered by Dave Tamarkin with a Sony dictaphone -- his first show and his first effort as a taper. Copies of the complete acoustic set in this master also circulate. It is a mediocre AUD tape with lots of audience noise & tinny sound.

Recently Teddy GoodBear & David Tamarkin assembled a 4-CD set of this show using a 2nd gen copy of 1AUD, with the acoustic set patched with 3AUD. This 4-CD set includes the NRPS set, now circulating for the first time. Another set is in preparation, from tape transcripts assembled by Jim Wise and with production work by Jack Warner, which will comprise first generation copies of this material (1/01).
Recordings 250 AF 50 AF 72 A?
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11/7/70a - Saturday
Band Grateful Dead
Venue Capitol Theater
Location Port Chester, NY
Date 11/7/70a - Saturday posters tickets, passes & laminates
One [37:09] ; Deep Elem Blues [5:27] % Monkey And The Engineer [1:36] % Big Railroad Blues [3:39] % Operator [3:11] % [0:16] ; El Paso [5:11] % How Long Blues [3:19] % Ripple [4:21] % Brokedown Palace [4:19] > Uncle John's Band [5:35]
Two [42:14] ; Truck Drivin' Man [2:22] % Together Again Instrumental [2:14] % Sweet Lovin One False Start [1:40] ; [0:22] ; Sweet Lovin One [3:38] % Dirty Business [10:20] % [0:05] % Henry [3:37] % Last Lonely Eagle [6:22] % Connection [3:53] % Louisiana Lady [2:30] % Honky Tonk Women [5:04]
Three [[58:11 +]] ; [58:11 +] [0:59 Intro] ; Cumberland Blues [4:02] % [0:18] ; Cold Rain And Snow [6:02] ; It Hurts Me Too [4:22] % [0:15] ; Beat It On Down The Line [2:35] % Truckin' [6:47] > Drums [16:27] > The Other One [9:56] > Casey Jones [4:38] ; [1:00]
Comments See Comments under 11/05/70 on the structure of these shows.

SET 1 is the acoustic Dead set. SET 2 is from the NRPS set, perhaps not quite complete. The Sweet Lovin One false start occurs because Jerry's pedal steel guitar loses sound. There's a fiddler on Henry -- pretty cool. SET 3 is the first electric set. After Casey Jones to end the set Bobby says "We're gonna take a short break, and we'll be back. How's that?" See 11/07/70b for the second electric set and further Comments.
Recordings See 11/07/70b.
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11/7/70b - Saturday
Band Grateful Dead
Venue Capitol Theater
Location Port Chester, NY
Date 11/7/70b - Saturday posters tickets, passes & laminates
One [[52:37 +]] ; [52:37 +] Attics Of My Life [5:59] % [0:13] ; Sugar Magnolia [5:34] % [0:08] ; Big Boss Man [3:58] % [0:10] ; Mama Tried [2:40] % China Cat Sunflower [3:22] > Jam [3:25] > I Know You Rider [4:30] ; [0:04] % [1:19] ; I'm A King Bee [8:59] % Drums [0:28] > Good Lovin' [10:10] ; [0:06]
Comments SET 1 is the second electric set. Total time 3:11:01 +. This list appears to be complete, with the possible exception of the NRPS set, and perhaps a final encore. The timings given here represent a composite of 1AUD and 2AUD.

1AUD: This is Jack Toner's master. Circulating copies contain the complete acoustic set, the NRPS set except Henry & Last Lonely Eagle, the complete 1st electric set, and Attics through I Know You Rider from the 2nd electric set. There is a cut in It Hurts Me Too and another, 47 seconds long, in The Other One, starting at 5:56, but the Drums are complete & intact on this tape. It is missing I'm A King Bee & Good Lovin' and is clipped at the beginnings and ends of many songs. This master is inferior to 2AUD but its Ripple lacks the other master's annoying chatter and it supplies parts of the show still missing on all circulating copies of 2AUD. It is weakest during the acoustic set. The electric sets are B+/A- tape for the period.

2AUD: This is Marty Weinberg's master, onto 7" Uher reels, from the center loge. Except for the chatter that mars Ripple and Dirty Business, this is truly an excellent AUD tape. Circulating copies contain Deep Elem Blues through El Paso from the acoustic set, Dirty Business, Henry, Last Lonely Eagle, Louisiana Lady and Honky Tonk Women from the NRPS set, plus the complete first and second electric sets. The Drums between Truckin' & The Other One have about 3:30 minutes cut out. This master includes I'm A King Bee and a complete Good Lovin'.

3AUD: Ken Leigh mastered tape of this show. A complete copy of his acoustic set tape is in circulation. His versions of Cumbrland Blues, It Hurts Me Too, BIODL, Truckin' > Drums/ , Attics, Big Boss Man are combined with other tracks from 2AUD to make up the 3-CD set assembled by Jim Wise.

The 3-CD set recently assembled by Jim Wise contains everything listed above as circulating from 2AUD except El Paso, I'm A King Bee, and only the last 3:05 of Good Lovin'.

There is no SBD master of Grateful Dead from this show in the vault.
Recordings 192 A? 192 AF 192 A?
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11/8/70 - Sunday
Band Grateful Dead
Venue Capitol Theater
Location Port Chester, NY
Date 11/8/70 - Sunday posters tickets, passes & laminates
One [43:09] ; Dire Wolf [4:15] ; [0:35] ; I Know You Rider [8:10] ; [0:17#] ; Dark Hollow (1) [3:00] ; [0:38] ; Rosalie McFall [2:57] ; El Paso [4:39] ; Operator [2:13] ; Ripple [4:13] ; Friend Of The Devil [3:30] ; Wake Up Little Susie [2:11] ; Uncle John's Band [6:10] ; [0:05]
Two [55:07] ; Six Days On The Road [2:53] ; Superman [3:22] ; Whatcha Gonna Do [4:20] ; Glendale Train [5:10] ; All I Ever Wanted [7:38] ; Fair Chance To Know [3:50] ; Portland Woman [5:15] ; Cecilia [4:13] ; Truck Drivin' Man [3:07] ; Last Lonely Eagle [6:22] ; Louisiana Lady [3:30] ; Honky Tonk Women [4:48]
Three [2:01:33] ; Morning Dew [10:53] ; Me And My Uncle [3:12] ; Mystery Train [3:39] > My Babe [2:58] ; Around And Around [3:03] ; New Orleans [4:24] > Searchin' [5:54] ; It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [10:10] ; Casey Jones [4:32] ; Truckin' [8:11] > Dark Star [24:22] > Dancing In The Street [10:33] ; Drums [0:28] > Not Fade Away [6:18] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [6:06] > Not Fade Away [2:26] > Drums [0:27] > Good Lovin' [1:54] > Drums [4:07] > Good Lovin' [7:56]
Comments Total time 3:38:49 +. SET 1 is acoustic Dead; timings from the 2nd AUD master (2AUD). (1) Bobby on King Kong vs. Godzilla
Jerry says "Be back in a few minutes with the New Riders" after the first set. SET 2 is NRPS with Garcia, pedal steel; timings from 1AUD. SET 3 is electric Dead; timings are from the 3rd AUD master (3AUD) through Casey Jones, thereafter 1AUD supplemented with 2AUD. Following Friend Of The Devil Jerry plays the guitar intro of Mississippi John Hurt's version of Stack O Lee (cf. Taj Mahal's recording); after he breaks off Bobby says "Sorry, that one hasn't passed the hotelroom stage yet. We don't know all the words" (thanks to Robert Gilpen for this identification). There is a Tighten Up Jam starting about 4 minutes in to Dancin.' There is a The Main Ten Jam in Dark Star from 16:03 to 20:30. GDTRFB has additional lyrics ("Mama told me son don't go down there ..."); there is a brief Mountain Jam starting around 5:10 of GDTRFB.

For listening to this show, probably the best of the year, we now have Jack Warner's magnificent composite 4-CD set. His notes & timings for this set follows; after then there is a catalog of the AUD masters for this show.

Disc One 57:35
Acoustic Set
1. Dire Wolf 5:23
2. I Know You Rider 10:16
3. Dark Hollow 4:37
4. Rosalie McFall 4:07
5. El Paso 6:17
6. Operator 4:34
7. Ripple 5:38
8. Friend of the Devil 5:24
9. Wake Up Little Susie 4:34
10. Uncle John's Band 6:42

Disc Two 55:24
NRPS set
1. /Six Days on the Road 2:57
2. /Superman 3:26
3. /Whatcha Gonna Do 4:27
4. /Glendale Train 5:14
5. /All I Ever Wanted 7:49
6. /Fair Chance to Know 3:57
7. /Portland Woman 5:32
8. /Cecilia 4:21
9. /Truck Drivin' Man 3:10
10. /Last Lonely Eagle 6:37
11. /Louisiana Lady 3:39
12. /Honky Tonk Women 4:55

Disc Three 51:24
Electric Set
1. Morning Dew 11:32
2. Me and My Uncle 3:23
3. Mystery Train > 3:39
4. My Babe 3:15
5. Around and Around 3:21
6. New Orleans > 4:32
7. Searchin' 6:10
8. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue 10:32
9. Casey Jones 4:55

Disc Four 75:26
1. Truckin' > 8:36
2. Dark Star > 16:37
3. The Main Ten > 5:36
4. Dancin' in the Stars Jam > 3:05
5. Dancing In The Street 10:49
6. Drums > 0:28
7. Not Fade Away > 4:44
8. Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad > 8:00
9. Not Fade Away > 2:38
10. Drums > 0:28
11. Good Lovin' > 1:58
12. Drums > 4:12
13. Good Lovin' 8:13

*Bulk of show is AUD MR>C>D>CD, from Marty Weinberg's master, recorded
from the front of the balcony with a Uher 7" reel-to-reel machine
*Dire Wolf, I Know You Rider, 0:00-0:29 of Dark Hollow, 0:00-0:05 of El
Paso, 0:00-0:09 of Operator, 0:00-0:07 of Ripple, 0:00-0:12 of FOTD,
and 0:00-0:15 of UJB are AUD MC>C>D>CD, from Ken Leigh's master,
recorded from the front of the balcony with a Sony TC-110 cassette
deck. This master also provides all the between-song tuning and
banter from the acoustic set.
*0:00-1:48 of Morning Dew, 0:00-0:07 of Around and Around, 7:55-8:48 of
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue, 0:00-0:06 of Truckin', and 2:10-6:42 of Dancing In The Street
are AUD MC>C>R>D>CD, from Ken Leigh's master.
*2:06-2:10 of Dancing In The Street is AUD MC>C2>D>CD, from Ken Leigh's
master.
*3:06-4:52 of Rider is patched from an unknown third master.

Notes: *No noise reduction has been performed. I have used SoundForge
only to normalize levels and smooth cuts and fades.
*The beginnings of all of the tunes from the NRPS set are missing
from the reel master. Unfortunately, there is no known master
which can provide these pieces.
*A small master tape pause obscures the transition to Dark Star.
No more than a few seconds of music are missing.
*There is a small master reel glitch at 0:40 of Dancin' in the
Streets.
***Caveat emptor: I have tried to be fairly thorough, but there
may be a few other small anomalies on this recording. We are
after all talking about an audience recording from 1970.***


TAPES OF 11/8/70

Since no SBD survives in the vault of this alltime classic show we are especially lucky that there are parts of four AUD masters in circulation.

The best master as far as sound, 1AUD was recorded from the balcony by Marty Weinberg with a Uher reel-to-reel deck. It is recognizable by the following defects: The 1AUD acoustic set master is missing Dire Wolf and I Know You Rider entirely (many copies of this master patch these tunes in from 2AUD or from 4AUD, others don't). All copies of 1AUD are missing nearly all the pauses between songs in the acoustic, including part of the Godzilla discussion and a number of other comments from the band; these cuts are on the master, the results of Weinberg's characteristically heavy hand on the pause button. The 1AUD master of the electric set is missing the opening 1:46 of Morning Dew, the 1st 9 seconds of Around And Around, 1:02 of Jamming in It's All Over Now, Baby Blue starting at 7:37, the first 3 seconds of Truckin', the first couple seconds of Dark Star, and 4:19 of Jamming from Dancin, starting at 2:06. (Some copies in circulation patch the beginning of Morning Dew with 2AUD; some patch the middle of Dancin with 2AUD, and of these some return to 1AUD for the last 3:56 of Dancin and others continue with 2AUD through to the end of the song. Also, many circulating tapes that start with 1AUD and patch through to the end with 2AUD continue through to the end of the show with 2AUD's version of the concluding sequence, NFA through Good Lovin', despite the fact that 2AUD's GDTRFB is missing fully 3 minutes of Jamming starting at 4:12..)

The 2AUD master was recorded by Ken Leigh with a Sony TC-110 with a built in mic, also apparently from the balcony. Besides this cut in GDTRFB, which includes the brief Mountain Jam, the 2AUD master of this sequence is distinguished by a woman saying "hey, more" during the opening NFA Drums. 2AUD has more audience noise than 1AUD. It is not widely circulated except fragmentarily as patches in Dew and Dancin on copies of 1AUD, but the complete acoustic set and all of the electric set except New Orleans > Searchin and Truckin' through Dancin can be found; there is no sign of the NRPS set in 2AUD. The 2AUD acoustic set tape contains the entire set continuously, including the Space between songs and makes a better way to listen to this brilliant set. The I Know You Rider has 1:40 cut starting around 3:00. All circulating copies of 2AUD are missing the last minute plus of Uncle John's Band; some copies patch this in from 1AUD but many don't. Clearly on several occasions people have taken partial or complete versions of 1AUD and 2AUD and assembled various combinations of the two tapes to make more nearly complete versions of the show -- other combinations besides those noted above.

3AUD has only recently come into circulation. It was made on a Sony dictaphone but apparently not by Dave Tamarkin, though perhaps by his brother Jeff; its sound quality improves as it progresses; probably the mic was moved closer to the PA in the course of the performance. 3AUD contains only the electric set; it is the only master that includes the opening 3 seconds of Truckin' and the first bar of NFA; it is missing 0:47 of Good Lovin' starting 5:40 after Drums [4:07]. Most circulating copies of 1AUD require speed correction, whereas copies of 3AUD are more likely to be good speed.

4AUD is represented in circulation only by Dire Wolf and I Know You Rider, used to patch some old copies of the 1AUD acoustic set. The 4AUD I Know You Rider is complete, whereas the 2AUD Rider has 1:40 cut starting around 3:00. 4AUD's I Know You Rider lacks this cut, and so includes additional vocals and an extended guitar solo. It is possible that some patches on old copies of 1AUD which are assumed to be from 2AUD are in fact from 4AUD. It would be great to turn up the complete master of this tape.

On the best AUD master right before Casey Jones a guy near the mic (the taper?) says "It's going to be a night full of surprises" and a woman says back "really!" like she knows it & she's stoked to the max. I'd love to meet her.
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