Thursday, January 12, 2012

Jerry Garcia Band Personnel 1975-1995

The cover to Cats Under The Stars, the Jerry Garcia Band's 1978 album
So much new information has come to light about the exact personnel configurations of the Jerry Garcia Band that I decided to make a list. It made more sense to publish the list, so here it is. In general, this list supersedes anything on the Jerry Site or Deadbase IX. I have linked to various posts (mine and others) where some information has come to light. In some cases, I have sorted out some information, but I have not yet written the posts yet. If I launch into explanations for everything, the post will be unreadable, so you'll have to take my word for a few things until I finally complete the appropriate posts.

This list is focused on actual members of the Jerry Garcia Band, or substitutions for those members. I have not attempted to include any guests, such as times when Maria Muldaur may have made guest appearances prior to 'officially' joining the band, or some Clarence Clemons appearances in September 1989, and so on. I am concerned about 'first' and 'last' shows for each lineup, but I am not trying to create a thread for discussing shows that are in and of themselves disputed.

The numbering system for each lineup is arbitrary, and only exists in order to facilitate discussing the lineups in the Comments. Anyone with additions, corrections, insights or speculation is encouraged to chime in. I am conceiving of this post as a permanent installation, and I will make changes to the list as new information comes to light.

KEITH AND DONNA with JERRY GARCIA
First show-August 5, 1975 Keystone Berkeley
Last show-August 30, 1975 The Orphanage, SF
Donna Godchaux-vocals
Jerry Garcia-lead guitar, vocals
Ray Scott-guitar
Steve Schuster-tenor sax, flute, congas
Keith Godchaux-electric pianos, vocals
Mike Larsheid-bass
Bill Kreutzmann-drums
Notes; in the period between the end of Legion Of Mary and the beginning of the Jerry Garcia Band with Nicky Hopkins (JGB #1), Garcia played a few dates with the Keith and Donna Band. A few of them were billed as "The Jerry Garcia Band." Whether this was a result of confusion on the club owner's part or because the dates were booked before Hopkins was ready is unclear. Since some dates were booked as Jerry Garcia Band, I am including this lineup on my list.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #1
First show-September 18, 1975 Sophie's, Palo Alto
Last show-December 31, 1975 Keystone Berkeley
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Nicky Hopkins-piano, vocals
John Kahn-bass
Ron Tutt-drums
>Gregg Errico-drums (December 31, 1975 Keystone Berkeley only)
Notes: This lineup was usually billed as "The Jerry Garcia Band with Nicky Hopkins." The lineup also recorded part of Reflections, although Larry Knechtel played many of the piano parts instead of Hopkins. Gregg Errico played the final show because Ron Tutt was playing with Elvis Presley.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #2
First show-January 9, 1976 Sophie's, Palo Alto
Last show-January 10, 1976 Sophie's, Palo Alto
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
James Booker-piano, organ, vocals
John Kahn-bass
Ron Tutt-drums
Notes: I have a lot to say about this, but you'll just have to trust me for now.  I do not actually know yet how the Sophie's shows were billed (update: I finally got around to it. An eyewitness also reports that the shows were billed as The Jerry Garcia Band).

JERRY GARCIA BAND #3
First show-January 26, 1976 Keystone Berkeley
Last show-August 12, 1977 Pier 31, SF
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Donna Godchaux-vocals
Keith Godchaux-piano
John Kahn-bass
Ron Tutt-drums
Notes: this lineup recorded Cats Under The Stars, with some help from Maria Muldaur, Merl Saunders and Stephen Schuster.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #3a
First show-July 8, 1977 Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY
Last show-July 9, 1977 Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Keith Godchaux-piano
John Kahn-bass
Ron Tutt-drums, vocals
Notes: The JGB played a few shows without a female singer, for reasons unknown.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #4
First show-November 15, 1977 Keystone Berkeley
Last show-November 3, 1978 Keystone Palo Alto
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Donna Godchaux-vocals
Maria Muldaur-vocals
Keith Godchaux-piano
John Kahn-bass
Buzz Buchanan-drums
Notes: This lineup was billed as 'Jerry Garcia and The Mystery Cats" for a few East Coast shows, but the name never caught on, if it was even intended to.

RECONSTRUCTION #1
First show-January 30, 1979 Keystone Berkeley
Last show-September 22, 1979 Keystone Berkeley
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Ron Stallings-tenor sax, vocals
Ed Neumeister-trombone
Merl Saunders-organ, keyboards, vocals
John Kahn-bass
Gaylord Birch-drums
Notes: Reconstruction was really a different group than the Jerry Garcia Band, but they are included here for continuity. John Kahn had started Reconstruction as a contemporary jazz group, with the idea that Garcia would just be a guest. Shows were often billed as "Reconstruction with special guest Jerry Garcia."

RECONSTRUCTION #2
First show-August 4, 1979 Keystone Palo Alto
Last show-September 29, 1979 Keystone Palo Alto
Carl Lockett-guitar
>Jerry Miller-guitar, vocals (for a few shows, presumably in place of Lockett)
Ron Stallings-tenor sax, vocals
Ed Neumeister-trombone
Merl Saunders-organ, keyboards, vocals
John Kahn-bass
Gaylord Birch-drums
Notes: As Garcia's participation started to wind down, Reconstruction played a few shows without him, but there was very little traction and the group faded away. I have included the later Reconstruction lineup here for continuity.  It's possible that the last date was actually September 4 in Bolinas, but I am not pursuing that subject in this post.

A newspaper ad for The Keystones in October 1979 (probably from the SF Chronicle Sep 30 '79)
JERRY GARCIA BAND #11a
First show-October 7, 1979 Keystone Berkeley
Last show-March 27, 1980 Keystone Berkeley
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Ozzie Ahlers-electric piano, synthesizer
John Kahn-bass
Johnny De Foncesca-drums
Notes: Originally, it appears this lineup was designed to co-exist with Reconstruction, but Reconstruction tailed off before the new Garcia Band got started.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #11b 
First show-July 18, 1980 The Stone
Last show-August 9, 1980 Keystone Palo Alto
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Ozzie Ahlers-electric piano, synthesizer
John Kahn-bass
Gregg Errico-drums
Notes: Johnny De Foncesca died in an auto accident in the Spring of 1980, and Gregg Errico was brought in as a substitute for a brief tour.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #12a 
First show-January 22, 1981 Keystone Palo Alto
Last show- January 23, 1981 Keystone Palo Alto
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
John Kahn-bass
Daoud Shaw-drums
Notes: This lineup seems to have originally been conceived of as a quartet, although they only played two shows in that format.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #12b 
First show-January 27, 1981 Old Waldorf 
Last show-June 1, 1981 The Stone  
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
Jimmy Warren-electric piano
John Kahn-bass
Daoud Shaw-drums 
Notes: Jimmy Warren joined the band on their third date, at Garcia's request.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #13a 
First show-June 25, 1981 Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium 
Last show- June 26, 1981 Fox-Warfield
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Essra Mohawk-vocals
Liz Stires-vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
Jimmy Warren-electric piano
Phil Lesh-bass
Daoud Shaw-drums
Notes: I have a lot to say about these shows as well, but it's too long to summarize. For some reason, Phil Lesh substituted for John Kahn for the debut of the vocalists. There may have been a 'stealth' warmup show with Phil Lesh on bass in Salinas on June 24, as well. For now, you'll have to wait until the full post.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #13b 
First show-July 23, 1981 The Stone 
Last show-August 23, 1981 Keystone Palo Alto
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Essra Mohawk-vocals
Liz Stires-vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
Jimmy Warren-electric piano
John Kahn-bass
>Phil Lesh-bass (August 22, 1981 Fairfax Pavilion only)
Daoud Shaw-drums
Notes: This lineup seems to have been the first iteration of the permanent structure of the Jerry Garcia Band, with Melvin Seals and two female vocalists. Essra Mohawk was Daoud Shaw's wife, and Liz Stires was Jimmy Warren's girlfriend, so the JGB replicated its previous vocal team, using the wife and girlfriend of two band members. Mohawk was a successful songwriter and vocalist in her own right, and may have only planned to be part of the band for a brief time in any case. Phil Lesh filled in for another show in Fairfax, some sort of Benefit that was booked at the last minute.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #14a 
First show-September 7, 1981 Concord Pavilion 
Last show-September 20, 1981 The Stone
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Julie Stafford-vocals
Liz Stires-vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
Jimmy Warren-electric piano
John Kahn-bass
Bill Kreutzmann-drums
Notes: Local singer Julie Stafford replaced Mohawk on a more permanent basis. Shaw left also, and both of them returned to Philadelphia. Bill Kreutzmann filled in for a few shows, for the first time since the days of the Garcia/Saunders band. I saw the September 7 show, so I am certain about Kreutzmann's presence. I am just guessing about the trio of shows at the Keystones that followed (September 18-20). It's not impossible that Tutt played those shows.

The cover of the Jerry Garcia Band's 1982 album Run For The Roses
JERRY GARCIA BAND #14b 
First show-October 25, 1981 Keystone Palo Alto
Last Show-November 20, 1981 Rainbow Theater, Denver, CO
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Julie Stafford-vocals
Liz Stires-vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
Jimmy Warren-electric piano
John Kahn-bass
Ron Tutt-drums
Notes: The voice of Steve Marcus on the Grateful Dead Hotline announced this tour as "The Return Of Ron Tutt." Run For The Roses was also recorded during this period, with Tutt playing the drums, and that would not at all have been by chance. Although Roses was not a satisfying album, it was a sign of Garcia's seriousness that the tracks were recorded when Tutt was available.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #14c 
First show-December 17, 1981 Keystone Palo Alto
Last show-June 22, 1982 The Mosque, Richmond, VA
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Julie Stafford-vocals
Liz Stires-vocals

Melvin Seals-organ
Jimmy Warren-electric piano
John Kahn-bass
Bill Kreutzmann-drums
Notes: Kreutzmann returned to the drum chair for the remaining six months of this lineup. Stires left the band two days before the tour ended, for unknown reasons. 

JERRY GARCIA BAND #14d
First show-June 23, 1982 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA
Last show-June 24, 1982 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ late show
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Julie Stafford-vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
Jimmy Warren-electric piano
John Kahn-bass
Bill Kreutzmann-drums
JERRY GARCIA BAND #15a 
First show-October 13, 1982 The Catalyst 
Last show- October 24, 1982 River Theater, Guerneville, CA
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
John Kahn-bass
Gregg Errico-drums
Notes: Jimmy Warren left and was not replaced. It appears that there were plans for new vocalists, but for some reason a few shows were played as a quartet. Gregg Errico returned on the drums.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #15b 
First show-October 27, 1982 Rissmiller's, Reseda, CA 
Last show-June 5, 1983 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
DeeDee Dickerson-vocals
Jaclyn LaBranch-vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
John Kahn-bass
Gregg Errico-drums
Notes: My understanding has been that DeeDee Dickerson and Jaclyn LaBranch were singers in the choir for which Melvin Seals was the musical director. 

JERRY GARCIA BAND #21a 
First show-July 20, 1983 Keystone Palo Alto 
Last show-July 24, 1983 Nevada county Fairgrounds, Grass Valley, CA
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
DeeDee Dickerson-vocals
Jaclyn LaBranch-vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
John Kahn-bass
David Kemper-drums
Notes: David Kemper began his long run as drummer for the Jerry Garcia Band in July of 1983. Nobody in the band had met him beforehand--Kahn had simply called a producer friend in Los Angeles and asked him who was good. Kemper, who had been a studio musician since 1966, was good alright--really good. He stayed for 10 years. 

The cover of the Jerry Garcia Band's 1991 live album, recorded 1990
JERRY GARCIA BAND #21b 
First show-September 30, 1983 Country Club, Reseda
Last show-November 19, 1993 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Gloria Jones-vocals
Jaclyn LaBranch-vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
John Kahn-bass
David Kemper-drums
>(Gaylord Birch-drums: Oct 7 '85>Feb 2 '86 see JGB #22)
Notes: Gloria Jones, another choir member, replaced Dickerson. This configuration of the Jerry Garcia Band played more shows than any other lineup, probably more than all the others put together.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #22
First show-October 7, 1985 Keystone Palo Alto
Last show-February 21, 1986The Stone
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Gloria Jones-vocals
Jaclyn LaBranch-vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
John Kahn-bass
Gaylord Birch-drums
Notes: Gaylord Birch played 10 JGB gigs during this stretch, all in the Bay Area. I presume that Kemper had another commitment, and since Birch was an established quantity from his time in Reconstruction, he was a comfortable choice as a sub.

JERRY GARCIA BAND #23
 First show-February 4, 1994 The Warfield
Last show-April 23, 1995 The Warfield
Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
Gloria Jones-vocals
Jaclyn LaBranch-vocals
Melvin Seals-organ
John Kahn-bass
Don Baldwin-drums
Notes: For reasons unknown, Kemper was replaced after 10 years by Don Baldwin. Baldwin had played with Melvin Seals and Mickey Thomas in the Elvin Bishop Group in the 70s, and then had joined Thomas in the Starship in the 1980s. Presumably Seals recommended him for the Garcia Band, although Garcia and Kahn would have been familiar with his drumming from the past.

33 comments:

  1. WOW. Foundational. Much to say, a few little tweaks to add. But I am offline for the next couple of days.

    Thank you.

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  2. Now you can see why I was fixated elsewhere on the idea that JGB #21B was an outlier as such a long-running configuration.

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  3. This might not be the correct place to ask, but why didn't Jerry and Merl play together after Reconstruction? The Jerry bands with Merl in them were by far my favorite Jerry bands.

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  4. It's probably a great place to ask!

    This has never been explained. There were various studio crossings, and the occasional one-off live gig (Merl sat in with JGB in June of '81, and with the GD in March of '85), but nothing systematic. Presumably it's a lot of things, not all of them complicated.

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  5. Jerry and Merl did play together after Reconstruction, on the 'Twilight Zone' soundtrack, a Merl solo album, and the occasional sit-in. So they were still friends. However, Jerry's pattern with his own bands seems to have simply been to move forward and have change for the sake of change. I think Jerry enjoyed changing drummers and so on (even if the drummers didn't), because it made for a new experience.

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  6. I interviewed Merl on KZFR-FM in 1999. I asked him when he last played with Jerry and he said he couldn't remember when they last performed onstage together, but that they played music in private quite a bit.

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  7. And it was Merl who Garcia played with to get his chops back after his coma, so they certainly were not estranged.

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  8. "Jerry's pattern with his own bands seems to have simply been to move forward and have change for the sake of change"

    I am looking forward to you elaborating on this, Corry, because ex ante I don't think I agree.

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  9. One of the functions of this post was to act as an ongoing footnote to that sort of discussion. My current opinion was that the Garcia Band, in contrast to the date, was designed to change. As the band became more static, it became less exciting.

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  10. "Jerry and Merl did play together after Reconstruction, on the 'Twilight Zone' soundtrack"

    I saw Merl a bunch of times in the late 90's and early 00's, and at one of the shows during the between song banter he mentioned that most (if not all, I can't remember) of "Jerry's" playing on the 'Twilight Zone' soundtrack was Michael Hinton. I think that he said it during his show that he played on the one year anniversary of Jerry's death, and that Jerry had allowed Merl to use his name to get the contract with CBS. He told a lot of stories during that show, including how nobody would tell him what hospital Jerry was in during his coma, and how he had to find him on his own. I'll have to listen to it again tonight to refresh my memory.

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  11. Jeremy, that's a very interesting little tidbit about the Twilight Zone soundtrack. I find it completely believable. Jerry was a generous guy, but I always wondered where he found the time to do all those little musical vignettes. Maybe he just didn't, but was more than willing to let Merl use his name.

    I hope it was actually Jerry on the "neener-neener" theme, though, just for the sake of history.

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  12. I saw a JGB show at the Warfield sometime in the late 80's or early 90's where there was a drummer who looked like a deadhead they pulled out of the crowd. He wasn't very good. It might have been around the time that Birch played with them. Any ideas about who/when this was? I saw a bunch of shows 84-86 and then a few in the 90-94 era. Sorry I can't be more specific.

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  13. This interview with David Kemper gives some insight into the band during his tenure: http://www.well.com/user/shmo/kemper.html Judging by what he says, I think it would be hard to make any statement about what Garcia's patterns for his band were.

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  14. Dr.Jeff, The Jerry Garcia Band didn't play the Warfield until late 1987 (save for a single show on Jun 26 '81, which I saw, with Daoud Shaw on drums). David Kemper might look like a Deadhead from some angles (as opposed to the African American Gaylord Birch). He was a great drummer, but he could have just been having an off night. Do you think the drummer wasn't Kemper?

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  15. Twilight Zone soundtrack:
    While introducing Michael Hinton on 8/9/1996: "We did the Twilight Zone. Back in the 80's, '83 and '84 I was the musical director. When Jerome couldn't come in--and CBS didn't know, they were just tickled to death we were doin' it--and pretty soon Jerry wasn't into it sometimes, you know. He'd say, "Merl, it's cloudy today. Do I have to come in?" I'd say, uh that's okay, and I'd call up Michael Hinton, and he would play his parts, you know. So a lot of those parts that'cha heard, some of 'em were Jer some of 'em were Michael Hinton, ya know. [laughs] We can tell CBS now, ten years later, ya know."

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  16. I saw Kemper a dozen times at least, Birch once, and this guy wasn't either of them. It was an amateur, I'm telling you. A review (on rec.music.gdead) said he was using a lot of drummer cliches if that makes sense. Maybe it was the Stone?

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  17. Dr. Jeff, one of the maddening things about the Garcia Band was that they performed in a weird vacuum. No press releases, no interviews, no reviews, no stage announcements. It's fascinating but not surprising to find out about a substitute drummer whose presence was never identified. Kemper was a busy guy, and must have had a conflict.

    In defense of whoever the guy was, it had to be hard to sit in with a band in front of a few thousand people with little or no rehearsal. Kemper accurately described the JGB style with the immortal phrase "one foot on the gas and the other on the brake" and that had to be hard to step into cold.

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  18. Yes, it's true. I don't mean to slander the guy publicly, and it clearly doesn't count as a version of the band. I just thought it was strange that a guy of Jerry's caliber couldn't pull in someone better if he needed a sub on short notice.

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  19. One of the things we tend to lose sight of was how deceptively difficult the Jerry Garcia Band would have been to play with. I can imagine a lot of pretty good rock drummers would find themselves completely thrown for a loop trying to play with Garcia and Kahn, particularly since those two and Melvin were together for 15 years.

    Another thing we lose sight of was what great drummers Garcia actually used. Guys like Paul Humphrey, Ron Tutt and David Kemper weren't just "pretty good," they were among the finest drummers in the music industry.

    I'm still interested in who that sub might have been, just to trace out the various connections.

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  20. On February 4, 1994 Garcia introduces Donnie Baldwin. On the amazing Chuck Vasseur recording (shnid 15602), during d1t04 (I don't know where in the track), Garcia says "The new guy is Donnie Baldwin, playing drums."

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  21. OK for the record, it was Baldwin, and it was his 3rd show with JGB (2/6/94) that I saw him. And I had never seen him before, having mainly seen Kemper (and a couple of Birch shows). There you have it.

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  22. We need JGB 14d. You mention it in comments of 14c, but if we are going to do it we might as well do it right! I like this system, to use a base number and variations.

    Jerry Garcia - el-g, vocals;
    John Kahn - el-bass;
    Melvin Seals - organ;
    Jimmy Warren - electric piano;
    Bill Kreutzmann - drums;
    Julie Stafford - backing vocals.

    Liz Stires is definitely not present on 6/23/82. I'll be checking out 6/24/82 soonish. But we she's probably gone and #14d is probably this sextet for these two dates (three shows, since there were early/late shows on 6/24).

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  23. I concur, so I made a JGB 14d listing.

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    1. Thanks. I have put a sticky link to this post at JGMF, and have been trying to anchor bands back to it in listening notes and such.

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  25. Have been digging in to early 80s JGB with a fellow deadhead buddy of mine. Pretty sure that Jimmy Warren wasn't present on 7-26. Here is my write up for that show that I just sent my friend: Overall great show. Sound is great. If the masters were available I think it's actually release-worthy, (more on that later)

    The reported personnel is:
    JERRY GARCIA BAND #13b
    First show-July 23, 1981 The Stone
    Last show-August 23, 1981 Keystone Palo Alto
    Jerry Garcia-guitar, vocals
    Essra Mohawk-vocals
    Liz Stires-vocals
    Melvin Seals-organ
    Jimmy Warren-electric piano
    John Kahn-bass
    Daoud Shaw-drums

    Here is a pic from a few nights later: http://www.minkindesign.com/photo/jgb/jgb_08-21-81-07a.html

    Only pic I've seen of Liz and Essra.

    After repeated listening I can't hear Jimmy Warren at all, so I'm pretty sure he wasn't around.

    First few songs pretty standard. I must say though that the background vocalists aren't as good at Donna and Maria Muldaur were or later how Jackie and Gloria were. Tough Mama is definitely a different feel than the LOM versions, a bit faster, but pretty solid. Mississippi Moon is stellar - you can hear how Melvin really found his place after a few months. (earlier tracks prove this too) The real fun starts with the closer pairing of Don't Let Go>Tangled. I actually don't like the arrangement of Tangled up in Blue very much with the La-La-La's and all but this performance is really good. Makes me remember what an awesome song it is. Again Melvin really shines.

    Second Set is really nice too. Not quite as jammed out as LOM or some of the previous incarnations of JGB were but certainly had more raw energy than the last few years with Keith. Midnight Moonlight is smoking.

    I think this era really illustrates what JGB was about to become. Although there were some lineup changes the formula stayed the same. 2 chicks + Melvin, Kahn and drummer. This would be the way it was for the next 14 years.
    This show is different from my stereotype of early 80s JGB, tight playing, solid vocals, didn't seem rushed or too up tempo, but was harder driving than the previous Garcia bands.

    Sound of the tape is quite good, a bit hissy at quiet parts (Mississippi Moon for example) but well balanced with everyone clear in the mix. I hope that this and other masters are around somewhere and see the light of day.
    Anthony Zembrodt / zembrodt@hotmail.com

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    1. Thank you very much for these comments and the photo link. I agree that this was the prototype for the subsequent history of the JGB, albeit with changing singers and drummers.

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    2. Yes, thanks for analysis. Now I need to go listen for an electric piano on that tape!

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  26. Corry, there are several shows in 1977 (e.g., 7/8/77, 7/9/77) without Donna Jean Godchaux or Maria Muldaur. Can you please create an entry for that configuration?

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    1. Done--Jerry Garcia Band 3a. Let me know if there were additional dates besides July 8 and 9, 1977.

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    2. Will do. I think there may be a variant with just Maria, too, but need to confirm.

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