Jerry Joseph

Soundboard source

Jerry Joseph & the Jackmormons
The Mint
Hailey, ID
“This One’s For Mikey!!”

Set 1-
1. tuning, intro>
2. Light Is Like Water>
3. Just Over In the Glory Land>
4. Brother Michael>
5. Climb To Safety @
6. Both Of You>
7. The Kind Of Place

Set 2-
1. tuning, intro>
2. Most Beautiful Day>
3. Conscious Contact **
4. Sometimes You Just Lose It>
5. Mountain Song>
6. Mountain Home
7. Cool Hand Love
8. The Monkey>
9. Sparkle>
10. Pearl Of Great Price
11. Hearts Gone Blind #

@=w/ “calling out your name>i saw the light>bottom of the well” raps
**=w/ “death ruminations>on the road/death story” raps & “rest in peace for Mikey” shoutout ending
#=w/ “Fire On the Mountain (incl.’scarlet begonias’ jams interwoven at times)” &
“the heart of the matter>flying cowboys” raps & “most beautiful day” rap ending

Total: 2:45:45

Jerry Joseph – guitar, vox
Junior Ruppel – bass, b.vox
Brad Rosen – drums, percussion

Jim Bull – foh sound

**16 bit source**
Source: sbd
Transfer: dat>cd>eac>soundforge>(fades)>cd wave>flac
Transferred by Craig Davis
–plus–dc offset, Mix, lc, VC, EQ, PD&Norm, FR, CR, RT, fades & info research by Bill Mulvey–3/2021.

vanillag NOTES:
–This one’s for Mikey!!: Michael Houser sadly passed on this afternoon at his home in Athens, GA from complications related to pancreatic cancer – the whole night is inspired by & dedicated to him w/ shoutouts & references throughout.
–the sound on this show, while nice & clear, was a little strange with the stereo imaging in that Jerry’s vox & guitar were mostly panned to the right & the drums mostly panned to the left (bass up the middle)…it’s a little off-putting/distracting to listen to the show this way (IMO) so I mixed the channels together to make things more balanced–this makes the proceedings in glorious mono, of course, but since the stereo imaging here was so bizarre, I felt the sacrifice was worth it to bring the sound more in balance & make it an improved listening experience (again, IMO)
–there wasn’t much bass nearly at all in this thing when I started…there is now–hahaha!!
–combed thru & removed many little clicks in this show that I discovered (both loud & soft ones)
–smoothed out a huge volume change ‘jump’ in the recording at the beginning of the show where the recording volume was suddenly jacked down (about a 7db difference!!)
–was able to cleanly remove 3 bad bits of feedback in Set 1; removed an additional 21 bad bits of feedback in Set 2
–put a bunch of careful, detailed love into this & feel like it came out much, much better.
–wish we could all go to that party at Farmer Brown’s in Boise the next afternoon that JJ mentions (set2t10 after tune)