The concerts might be on Internet Archive, but if those are original Nagra recordings by the GD crew, they should find there way back to the Grateful Dead archive. 

David Glasser
Airshow Mastering
Boulder, CO

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On Jul 24, 2013, at 19:46, Roger Kulp <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Sort of OT,but I recently acquired a few dozen Grateful Dead soundboard reel tapes,all of which appear to be up on Internet Archive.I would like to either find a home for them,or possibly sell them for something,even though I now understand they have almost no value.If anyone is interested,ping me offlist. Roger > Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2013 21:26:38 -0400> From: [log in to unmask]> Subject: [ARSCLIST] attention Dead Heads - can you ID the concert?> To: [log in to unmask]> > I've had this excerpt of the Grateful Dead song "St. Stephen" at the end of a cassette since I was > in high school:>> > It is clearly from a vinyl source (someone made the tape for me and stuck this on the end, knowing > that I didn't like the Dead in those days, this was an attempt to change my mind).> > I'd like to know the source so I can listen to the whole album or concert recording. This recording > is somewhat distinct because of the guitar feedback at the beginning and the goofy organ riffs > throughout (I'm guessing Pigpen was the source). I consider it a good performance overall because > the vocal harmonies were better (more in-tune) than most other live recordings of this song that I > have heard.> > More info about the recording much appreciated.> > -- Tom Fine