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  • Scotty Dietz
    July 1, 2024
    Really neat recordings. If you are into some of the older Jerry projects, you will like this one!
  • Willis
    April 3, 2024
    Bear's recordings are of an unbelievable clarity and capture every nuance. This set of music rocks!
  • Gordon Kraft
    April 3, 2024
    Sounds a lot better than my cassette audio I recorded at the show. Bear captured the sound of the High School Auditorium without digital enhancement. Kate Wolf's beautiful voice came through, reminding us of the great loss of her early passing.
  • Tim Christensen
    March 27, 2024
    Sing Out! was a great walk down memory lane. I loved the natural sounds of the artists in a relaxed positive venue. Everyone was in good form. It is very unfortunate that Odetta was not included, even though she obviously performed at this event i.e. the great review of her performance provided for in the liner notes of this recording. Hopefully, the producer of this volume will be able to include a follow disc of the Odetta performance to add to the other great performances of everyone else.
  • Chris Johnson
    March 27, 2024
    Great music and great vibe. The SEVA Wavy benefits are always a pleasure. Captures the spirit of the era. Essentially the Grateful Dead with John Kahn on bass.
  • Tom Fagan
    March 27, 2024
    Have only listened to the GD disc so far, but the sound quality is incredible. Clear, sharp, perfect. Bear would be pleased.
  • Jason Silverio
    March 4, 2024
    Haven’t heard it yet, looks great! But I was wondering on saying that the “Friend Of the Devil” was the first acoustic version since 1970. Didn’t they play that song during the acoustic sets during the Warfield/Radio City run in 1980? Still awesome, this rare version, I’m sure.
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