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  • Abexart
    December 9, 2023
    The sound quality is excellent whereas every instrument and all the vocals are in equal balance. Everything is crystal clear. This era of JGB is quite different from the earlier 70’s with Merl and vastly different from the 80’s and 90’s. The sound of Jerry’s guitar is clean, smooth and distortion free. Keith is quite lively and the drums and bass are solid as a rock. One odd thing is all three CD’s are not full of music with less than an hour of music. Why couldn’t they fill up the extra minutes? Another hour or so of time is available across the 3 CD’s. Strange but the music is excellent. Highly recommend if you like 76 era JGB
  • Grateful Gregg
    July 25, 2023
    Great pairing of Keith and Jerry in a JGB setting. Love hearing the JGB material with piano in addition to Meryl and Marvin’s organs. I also love the Nicky Hopkins stuff. Really offers up a different texture and vibe. Donna’s voice fits in well here w/Jerry. As mentioned separately I also found a slightly “quieter, more intimate” feel to this recording. It really transported me to the live setting and kicking back in a chair in that small venue with the musicians just a few feet away. Nice job folks…keep ‘‘em coming.
  • Chris Ernest Hall
    March 23, 2023
    Even if you own a lot of live Jerry Garcia, this is still worth getting because it's a relatively undocumented (at least on official releases) era. There are only three official releases from 1976, and only one other from the fall. There's some overlap with GarciaLive Vol. 7 but not enough to render either release superfluous. The "Stir It Up" duet between Jerry and Donna is superb, and makes you wish they'd done a whole album of reggae covers. Makes me wish at least.
  • Tony Schepisi
    January 19, 2022
    I love the old JGB and GDB stuff the best. Anything from the Mid 70's and older s always at the top of my favorites list. We need you to put out more of the Pure Jerry Series PLEASE!!
  • Dave Noonan
    January 16, 2022
    Great cd and beautiful poster! Thanks so much!
  • Mike George
    January 11, 2022
    Great record I love it. Attended shows in the Bay Area around that time. Excellent. Thanks!
  • Douglas B Christmann
    December 19, 2021
    Well presented with great artwork, photos and Parrish's liner notes. The Betty recording is perfect as usual. Similar playlist to other shows but the performance is as good as the Don't Let Go release which until now has been my favorite. Thanks to the family. Cheers!
  • Darshie
    December 11, 2021
    Keith is on fire. I've never heard him play so well. Radiant, exquisite, sparkling. He and Jerry have some great riffs. All together a stellar performance by everyone.
  • Steve in Buffalo
    December 4, 2021
    Worth it for the Russian Lullaby alone!!!
  • Carleton Hardy Hardy
    December 4, 2021
    I own them all, and of 17 I would say it is a little quieter, a little more intimate.
  • Ken
    November 30, 2021
    Awesome set list, love listening to this one. Highly recommend! Will not be disappointed.
  • Chris Cooper
    November 30, 2021
    Another winner in the Garcia Live series! I am a dedicated fan and look forward to each new offering. Garcia Live: Volume 17 did not disappoint! Performances from the mid-70's have great playlists and delivery some great performance vibes as well. I truly love all of these songs and the JGB stylings are great. I particularly loved this days versions of Catfish John, Midnight Moonlight and After Midnight...
  • Richard J
    November 30, 2021
    Great cd and shirt. All Jerry shows I be collecting all be Great.
  • Sparky’s Brother
    November 30, 2021
    One of the unintended joys of this set is that it came on the heels of the Dave’s Picks Deer Creek 1990 collection. Dead at one of their arena rock heights vs. the sweet simmer of these intimate JGB shows. Even comparing the guitar tones is fascinating. Jerry’s Travis Bean is clear and bell like on the JGB sets vs. rolling through every MIDI patch in the book on ‘Terrapin’ at Deer Creek. Wonderful stuff.
  • Cosmic Charlie
    November 30, 2021
    Dead solid perfect. Right down Broadway. All to wall Jerry just playing guitar like you want to hear. Absolutely lovely shit man. This is the goods.
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