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Posted: January 6, 2008 - 10:03am started by Ltapilot Can you pass the acid test?
Presented for historical purposes only, 42 years after the fist acid test.A word of warning these shows are a little weird and some sound quality is a little raw, but fun to listen to.
Presented on both DVD in shn format and on CD in wav format Grateful Dead & Merry Pranksters The Acid Test Reels 1965-1967 A chronological compilation of the Acid Test recordings listed in The Grateful Dead Tapers Compendium Volume One.DISC ONE: Fillmore Acid Test/Sound City Acid Test The Fillmore Acid Test Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA January 8, 1966 1. Stage Chaos/More Power Rap 2. King Bee 3. I'm A Hog For You Baby 4. Caution: Do Not Step On Tracks > 5. Death Don't Have No Mercy 6. Star Spangled Banner / closing remarks The Sound City Acid Test 363 6th Street, San Francisco, CA January 29, 1966 7. Ken Kesey interviewed by Frank Fey 8. Ken Babbs and harmonica 9. Take Two: Ken Kesey 10. Bull 11. Peggy The Pistol 12. One-way Ticket 13. Bells And Fairies 14. Levitation 1 5. Trip X 16. The End 7-16 The Acid Test: A Sound City Production DISC TWO: Pico Acid Test /S.F. State U Acid Test (pt.1) The Pico Acid Test Danish Center, Los Angeles, CA March 12, 1966 1. Viola Lee Blues 2. You See A Broken Heart 3. In The Midnight Hour The San Francisco State Acid Test Whatever It Is Festival San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CAStereo Control Room Master (rec. 4:00AM - 6:00AM)October 2, 1966 4. The Head Has Become Fat Rap5. A Mexican Story: 25 Bennies6. A Tarnished Galahad 7. Get It Off The Ground Rap > 8. It's Good To Be God Rap > 9. Nirvana Army Rap > 10. The Butcher Is Back 11. Acid Test Graduation Announcement 12. Send Me To The Moon >Closing RapCredits on 10/2/66: Voices: Ken Kesey and Hugh Romney Guitar: Ken Kesey Violin: Dale Kesey Organ: Jerry Garcia Engineering: Steve Newman, Ken Kesey, Mountain Girl DISC THREE: S.F. State U Acid Test (pt. 2) Graduation Jam The San Francisco State Acid Test Whatever It Is Festival San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA October 2, 1966 1. Ken Kesey's dialogue (isolated remix) Merry Prankster Sound Collage Sequences October 2, 1966 2. Prankster Music/Sound Collage #1(sequence 1)3. Kesey Rap > Prankster Music/Sound Collage #2 (sequence 2) 4. Prankster Sound Collage #3 > Prankster Raga(sequence 3) Prankster Recordings broadcast over the P.A.End of Whatever It Is Festival October 2, 1966 5. Closing Jam 6. Prankster Electronics Acid Test Graduation Jam Winterland, San Francisco, CA October 31, 1966 7. Jam Session (musicians unknown) from The World Of Acid film soundtrack Disc Four: Related Recordings Neal Cassady & The Warlocks 1965 1. Speed Limit studio recording/Prankster production tape circa late 1965 Straight Theater, Haight Street, San Francisco, CA July 23, 1967 2. Neal Cassady Raps (backed by The Dead) recording released as a flexi-disc in the 1st printing of The Dead Book Acid Tests Production Reel 3. Jerry Garcia commentary with Acid Test audio 710 Haight Street House, San Francisco, CA summer 1967 4. - 6. Jerry Garcia one hour interview about music, drugs, politics and social changes circa 1967
"The Acid Tests were the epoch of the psychedelic style and practically everything that has gone into it. I don't mean merely that the Prankster's did it first, rather, that it all came straight out of the Acid Tests in a direct line leading to the Trips Festival of January 1966. That brought the whole thing full out in the open. "Mixed-Media" entertainment--this came straight out of the Acid Tests' combination of light and movie projections, strobes, tapes, rock 'n' roll, black light. "Acid rock"-- the sound of the Beatle's Sgt. Pepper Album and the high-vibrato electronic sounds of the Jefferson Airplane, the Mother's of Invention and many other groups--the mother's of it all were the Grateful Dead at the Acid Tests. The Dead were the audio counterpart of Roy Seburn's light projections. Owsley was responsible for some of this, indirectly. Owsley had snapped back from his great Freakout and started pouring money into the Grateful Dead and, thereby, the Tests. Maybe he figured the Tests were the wave of the future, whether he had freaked out or not. Maybe he thought "acid rock" was the sound of the future and he would become a kind of Brian Epstein for the Grateful Dead. I don't know. In any case, he started buying the Dead equipment such as no rock 'n' roll band ever had before, the Beatles included, all manner of tuners, amplifiers, receivers, loudspeakers, microphones, cartridges, tapes, theatre horns, booms, lights, turntables, instruments, mixers, muters, servile mesochroics, whatever was on the market. The sound went down through so many microphones and hooked through so many mixers and variable lags and blew up in so many amplifiers and roiled around in so many speakers and fed back down so many microphones, it came o











Ritz Theatre - Tampa (Ybor City), FL




Ritz Theatre - Tampa (Ybor City), FL





The Ritz Theater opened in 1917 as the Rivoli Theater. The Rivoli Theater was built for plays which could be seen for 15 to 35 cents each. In the late 1930's and the theatre closed for renovations and expansion and reopened as the Ritz Theatre. The 700 seat auditorium once featured Mediterranean Revival style decor. The side and back walls of the auditorium featured little house fronts with red tile roofs, wrought iron balconies and chimneys. Each house window was backlit with a soft red glow. The rest of the interior was painted with patterns of orange, green, pink and red. The stage once featured beige curtains illuminated by red stage lights with a 35-foot wide CinemaScope screen within the proscenium.

The Ritz Theatre screened its last traditional movie on December 31, 1965. On January 1, 1966 the theater reopened its doors as the Ritz Adult Theater. The adult theatre removed the old theatre seats and replaced them with larger seats which reduced the theatres seating capacity to 400. The adult theatre operated for 15 years and featured triple X films and live nude stage shows.

In the 1970's a local stage production company called the Playmakers took control of the building. By 1982 the Playmakers closed the theatre and a private investor purchased the building. The new owner had plans to turn the theatre back into a first run movie theatre, however, a lack of funds and public support prevented him from doing so. After unsuccessfully promoting the theatre as a concert hall, the property went into foreclosure and the building sat vacant for awhile.

In 1988, the Capitano family purchased the building as an investment property and rented it out to the Masquerade Nightclub. The nightclub, which specialized in alternative rock concerts, removed the original house front decor and seating from the auditorium and leveled the floor. The nightclub was successful for many years but closed in 2006 after the Capitano family filed a lawsuit Feb. 22 alleging the club owed more than $90,000 in rent and other costs.

The Ritz Theatre came back to life on June 26, 2008 after being closed for nearly two years. The Capitano family invested $750,000 to renovate the building and transform it into a four-room event venue. Today the Ritz Theatre hosts weddings, concerts, galas and more.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 and the National Historic Landmark District in 1989.

Other notes: At some point in the 1970's there was a fire at the theatre. I'm not sure how much damage was done. This theatre was also once known as the Manchester, I'm just not sure when.

Location: 1503 East 7th Avenue, Tampa (Ybor City), FL.The Ritz Theater opened in 1917 as the Rivoli Theater. The Rivoli Theater was built for plays which could be seen for 15 to 35 cents each. In the late 1930's and the theatre closed for renovations and expansion and reopened as the Ritz Theatre. The 700 seat auditorium once featured Mediterranean Revival style decor. The side and back walls of the auditorium featured little house fronts with red tile roofs, wrought iron balconies and chimneys. Each house window was backlit with a soft red glow. The rest of the interior was painted with patterns of orange, green, pink and red. The stage once featured beige curtains illuminated by red stage lights with a 35-foot wide CinemaScope screen within the proscenium.

The Ritz Theatre screened its last traditional movie on December 31, 1965. On January 1, 1966 the theater reopened its doors as the Ritz Adult Theater. The adult theatre removed the old theatre seats and replaced them with larger seats which reduced the theatres seating capacity to 400. The adult theatre operated for 15 years and featured triple X films and live nude stage shows.

In the 1970's a local stage production company called the Playmakers took control of the building. By 1982 the Playmakers closed the theatre and a private investor purchased the building. The new owner had plans to turn the theatre back into a first run movie theatre, however, a lack of funds and public support prevented him from doing so. After unsuccessfully promoting the theatre as a concert hall, the property went into foreclosure and the building sat vacant for awhile.

In 1988, the Capitano family purchased the building as an investment property and rented it out to the Masquerade Nightclub. The nightclub, which specialized in alternative rock concerts, removed the original house front decor and seating from the auditorium and leveled the floor. The nightclub was successful for many years but closed in 2006 after the Capitano family filed a lawsuit Feb. 22 alleging the club owed more than $90,000 in rent and other costs.

The Ritz Theatre came back to life on June 26, 2008 after being closed for nearly two years. The Capitano family invested $750,000 to renovate the building and transform it into a four-room event venue. Today the Ritz Theatre hosts weddings, concerts, galas and more.

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