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Just an FYI,I have at least a couple of vinyl bootlegs of concerts that have  "St.Stephen" on it. Roger > Date: Fri, 26 Jul 2013 09:13:54 -0700> From: [log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] attention Dead Heads - can you ID the concert?> To: [log in to unmask]> > Tom,> > I passed your Dead song ID request to a friend who I thought might know the> recording, here's what he said:> > Based on the fact that it's from vinyl, making it a proper release, and the> only live St. Stephen that was properly released (at least back when this> dude was in high school) came out on the live album Live Dead> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live/Dead.> > The album Live Dead is a hybrid of a couple of shows from the Fillmore> West, the St. Stephen in particular is from the Feb. 27, 1969 show. Tell> your friend to go buy Live Dead right now!!!! St. Stephen isn't even the> best song on the album in my opinion.> > Enjoy!> > Dylan Flesch> > ------------------------------> > Date:    Wed, 24 Jul 2013 21:26:38 -0400> From:    Tom Fine <[log in to unmask]>> Subject: attention Dead Heads - can you ID the concert?> > I've had this excerpt of the Grateful Dead song "St. Stephen" at the end of> a cassette since I was> in high school:> https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/55748706/St_Stephen_excerpt.mp3> > 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> > ------------------------------