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Jerry Garcia Acoustic BandRagged But Right

Label:Round Records (3) – JGFRR1040
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, 180g, Gatefold
Genre:Folk, World, & Country
Style:Country, Bluegrass


A1Ragged But Right4:53
A2Short Life Of Trouble3:48
A3I Ain't Never3:52
A4Trouble In Mind5:29
B1Drifting With The Tide3:44
B2Band Introductions1:48
B3Deep Elem Blues7:00
B4Rosa Lee McFall3:16
C1Two Soldiers4:45
C2If I Lose2:41
C3Bright Morning Star2:41
C4Goodnight Irene7:05
D1It's A Long, Long Way To The Top Of The World4:03
D2Drifting Too Far From The Shore5:29
D3Turtle Dove5:40

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Recorded live at the Lunt-Fontanne, Wiltern, and Warfield Theatres, October and December, 1987.
First time released on vinyl.
Limited edition of 7500.

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  • Barcode: 880882467814

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Ragged But Right (CD, Album, Remastered, Gatefold LP Sleeve)Jerry Garcia FamilyJGCD-1003US2010


J-Keller's avatar
The performances are pretty great, but I agree the recording itself isn't top notch. If I were to give the "Old & In The Way" Boarding House recording an A grade for sound quality, I'd give this one a B-. There's a lot of the room/air in the recording which diminishes some of individual instrument clarity. Overall though, it's pretty immersive and you definitely get a feel for the rooms they were playing in. I don't have any complaints with the packaging. The gatefold was a nice surprise and the records were in poly lined sleeves. Win win.
J_Husker's avatar
I would agree that this sounds like an audience sourced recording. The performance gets 5 stars from me, the sonics-I struggle to give 4 stars. By my rating system the sound quality of this is a 3 star mix. If not for a very lively and energetic performance I wouldn’t keep this set.
lotr121's avatar
Excellent release from Garcia estate, sound is phenomenal. Mastering, mix, and packaging all great quality
snackeyp's avatar
Great performance and the vinyl plays very well. The recording sounds like a very good audience tape, but I’m not sure. Just sounds a bit roomier than most board tapes. This is just an observation, not a complaint.
iamjriv's avatar
Great sound quality but the cover isn’t very unique but I guess Jerry was trying to escape that psychedelic persona being the lead singer of the dead and all. So I suppose the cover goes perfectly with how Jerry was around this time
MrShocktime's avatar
Disc two is mildly dished, disc one is perfectly flat. Pressing is quiet, thankfully they used poly inner sleeves to preserve this. Sound quality is great to me, especially knowing it came from GZ. Glad this is on vinyl to go with Almost Acoustic from a few years back!
Nately's avatar
Flat vinyl, clean sound. Great companion to the other vinyl release from this tour.
SevenStarString's avatar
Hey now! This sounds pretty terrific, mellow vibe to this show, great tunes. Poly-lined inner sleeves and a flat, quiet pressing. Good live sound to the Mastering. Ragged but Right indeed.
heezy84's avatar
No imperfections in the vinyl. Big relief considering the poor state of quality control these days. Mastering seems fine to my ears.