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 If what they have is anything like what is herehttp://archive.org/details/GratefulDeadThe opening acts were probably not recorded,just the Dead Themselves. Roger > Date: Tue, 9 Apr 2013 12:11:19 -0500> From: [log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] another old thread -- Grateful Dead shows> To: [log in to unmask]> > The Grateful Dead archive is at university of California Santa Cruz library. They have gathered materials from fans as well and are always looking for additions.> > Sent from my iPhone> > On Apr 9, 2013, at 11:55 AM, David Lewis <[log in to unmask]> wrote:> > > What a shame about The Universal Panacea; what a great psych band name! I> > always liked The Charging Tyrannosaurus of Despair; their drummer didn't> > want anything to do with despair,> > so they changed it to Detroit White Light and Edison Company. I have no> > idea if either band recorded.> > > > Uncle Dave> > > > > > On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 12:38 PM, Malcolm Rockwell <[log in to unmask]>wrote:> > > >> Johnny Sunshine recorded at rehearsals and at KPFA Berkeley when we did> >> two live broadcasts and I still have some personal tapes, but we never> >> recorded professionally. Unfortunately the Berkeley masters are not in that> >> stash of KPFA tape that survived. The Universal Panacea never recorded.> >> Malcolm> >> > >> *******> >> > >> > >> On 4/9/2013 12:25 AM, eugene hayhoe wrote:> >> > >>> So, Malcolm, what was the name of the band? Did you record?> >>> > >>> --- On Mon, 4/8/13, Malcolm Rockwell <[log in to unmask]> wrote:> >>> > >>> From: Malcolm Rockwell <[log in to unmask]>> >>> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] another old thread -- Grateful Dead shows> >>> To: [log in to unmask]> >>> Date: Monday, April 8, 2013, 9:56 PM> >>> > >>> One of the bands I was in played with the Dead on a number of gigs in the> >>> mid 60s. Since we were both Haight based acts we knew each other (actually> >>> it was a small, music based community then). I was more interested in> >>> listening to them as their recording chops got better and better as the> >>> years went on. In the 70s I lived on Brady Street where His Master's Wheels> >>> (their recording studio) was. Burt (?) Furman, of power supply & EQs fame,> >>> had his start-up 2-man shop in the same place.> >>> I never came to appreciate the Dead's live stuff that much. I knew Mr.> >>> Pen (Pig, that is) fairly well and he let me sit in on his electric piano> >>> with the rest of the group at the Human Be-In in Golden Gate Park. In those> >>> days I was more known for my banjo work than my piano picking. I think they> >>> were pleasantly surprised!> >>> Malcolm> >>> > >>> *******> >>> > >>> On 4/8/2013 2:12 PM, Tom Fine wrote:> >>> > >>>> Rolling Stone took a stab at the 20 best Dead shows:> >>>> http://www.rollingstone.com/**music/news/20-essential-**> >>>> grateful-dead-shows-20130408<http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/20-essential-grateful-dead-shows-20130408>> >>>> > >>>> I haven't heard all of these, but I have always liked the Fillmore East> >>>> Valentine's Day show and the Capitol Theatre shows, plus one or more of the> >>>> Winterlands. I dunno about the really early shows, it took those guys a few> >>>> years to learn their instruments.> >>>> > >>>> -- Tom Fine> >>>