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PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've got on the Good Lovin' from 1972-04-24, Rockin' The Rhein indeed!
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 3:55 pm    Post subject: 5/25/77 mosque Reply with quote

I'm just sitting here listening this to this show. I'm not sure why....I can't put my finger on it, but I think it May be my fav show from 1977. The boys were just on that night and I think it gets overlooked for the 5/8/77 show
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 4:25 pm    Post subject: 5/25/77 mosque Reply with quote

I'm just sitting here listening this to this show. I'm not sure why....I can't put my finger on it, but I think it May be my fav show from 1977. The boys were just on that night and I think it gets overlooked for the 5/8/77 show
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2010 9:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm chilling here with my snoozing 1-month-old listening to Blues For Allah (the album) and it's definitely just exactly perfect right now. I had forgotten why I used to like this so much way back when! I really love the sound of this one. I like 1975 Smile
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2010 11:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cool. Very Happy I am listening to Grateful Dead 4 8 85 Spectrum right now.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 05, 2010 9:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Cool. Very Happy I am listening to Grateful Dead 4 8 85 Spectrum right now.


I like that show a lot Cheese. It has one of my favorite first sets of '85, with Walking The Dog and my favorite Tons of Steel.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 05, 2010 9:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

10/30/84...I'm rather enjoying it Shocked Very cool Let it Grow

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 05, 2010 9:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm listening to 1971-04-05.

This show is, IMO, phenomenal! This one gets lost sometimes, but it shouldn't. The first set is nice, and very well played. And the sound quality is top notch. The second set is a scorcher. From the opening Truckin' > O1 > Rat on, it's almost perfect. The Sugar Mag is as good as any, ever. It has the first Sing Me Back Home, which starts off a little rough, but finds its way nicely. And the closing NFA > GDTRFB > Lovelight is a great ending. In fact, the NFA > GDTRFB is the version that appears on Skull & Roses. If you don't know this show, I recommend taking it for a ride, and it will do the same for you!
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 05, 2010 10:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

TDIH
11/5/70 Capitol Theatre, Portchester NY
Hard To Handle [8:06] ; [3:00 broken string] ; Sittin' On Top Of The World [2:56] ; [1:28] ; Mama Tried [2:24] ; [4:15] ; Truckin' [6:19] > The Other One [0:22] > Drums [3:50] > The Other One [9:07] > Dark Star [21:00] > Saint Stephen [6:00] > Drums [0:44] > Not Fade Away [4:01] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [6:#35] > Not Fade Away [1:45] > Turn On Your Lovelight [27:45#] % [0:08]

Darkstar / Feelin Groovy jam is playing right now. GREAT Audience recording of the good old Grateful Dead. And what a ridiculous sequence!!

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 06, 2010 10:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

RatDog 04-12-2008
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2010 10:38 pm    Post subject: Not what i want to be listening to'!!!! Reply with quote

Ya know it's funny, because I'm in a real jazzy kind of 74/75 mood, but I was at work today and I said to this girl pick a year. Ao of course she had no idea what I meant and I had to go through the whole song and dance that I wanted her to pick a year and I would listen to a dead show from that year since I try to listen to one complete show per night. So shevsaid 1971. Not that I have anything against the dead in 71, but now I feel obligated to listen to a 71 show and I'm not feeling the vibe. I know it's stupid and she would never know thebwiser but I am a man of my word, so 71 it is for......so to answer the question I'm listening to a show from 71
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 10:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Phish with Santana
1992-XX-XX sdb

Can't remember the exact date as the Cd is in the Hi-Fi and I'm too lazy to get up of my cauch and make a 5 meters trip from here to there, push the eject button read the date, push the very same button again to reinsert the CD in position, find the song that was on when I pushed the eject button in the first place, get back to the cautch and find the right position of my delicate butt in the same position I'm right now, which is very very comfortabe.

As per the piece I listen right now .... interesting, a bit "loud", but interesting!

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 2:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

11-24-79
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

2/26/81. Listening to a really nice matrix of this show Cool

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 12:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, these first three shows are awesome. Thanks to Gopher for pointing them out to me months back.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 5:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

12/26/70 great show and high quality soundboard, listening to it for the 1st time I am midway through the 1st set, can't wait to get off work and get to my car to listen some more!
12-27-70b Legion Stadium, El Monte, Ca. (Sun)
1: Truckin, Mama Tried, Hard To Handle, Deep Elem, Sugar Magnolia, Black Peter, Cumberland, Hurts Me Too, Me & My Uncle, China Cat> I Know You Rider, Casey Jones
2: Good Lovin, Midnight Hour, Attics, Bobby McGee, Around, St. Stephen> NFA> GDTRFB> Lovelight
last "Midnight Hour": 06-04-70 [72] - also: NRPS
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 5:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Yes, these first three shows are awesome. Thanks to Gopher for pointing them out to me months back.


It sure seems that way doesn't it?

I just checked....I made that '81 Uptown thread back in September '08 Shocked

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2011 10:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

And I'm listening to 2/26/81 again! China/Rider freakin' smokes Exclamation

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2011 12:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

^ Yep, my favorite China Rider of the 80's!

I'm currently listening to LLR from 8/14/81, towards the end now and it's killer!

I'm listening to it because last night I listened to this section of set 2 from 8/14/81:

Ship Of Fools [8:14] ; Playing In The Band [8:52] > China Cat Sunflower [5:19] > I Know You Rider [4:41] > Space [3:04] > Drums [3:#47] > Space [8:09] > Playing In The Band [2:51] > Wharf Rat [8:41] > I Need A Miracle [3:28] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [5:58]

Shocked Shocked Shocked

A must listen for early 80 heads, wow, played tempo just glides! Great aud too(severson)

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2011 1:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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^ Yep, my favorite China Rider of the 80's!

I'm currently listening to LLR from 8/14/81, towards the end now and it's killer!

I'm listening to it because last night I listened to this section of set 2 from 8/14/81:

Ship Of Fools [8:14] ; Playing In The Band [8:52] > China Cat Sunflower [5:19] > I Know You Rider [4:41] > Space [3:04] > Drums [3:#47] > Space [8:09] > Playing In The Band [2:51] > Wharf Rat [8:41] > I Need A Miracle [3:28] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [5:58]

Shocked Shocked Shocked

A must listen for early 80 heads, wow, played tempo just glides! Great aud too(severson)


Good choice! Love this under appreciated show!!! Grate Sugaree if I recall as well. Check out the monster show from one month prior at McNichols. Heavy.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 06, 2011 11:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

First set from 11/26/82. Dig it mon Cool

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 06, 2011 10:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote


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This is pretty damn good, imho. And I haven't even made it to the second set with Kimock yet...
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 16, 2011 6:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

10/14/83 Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT,
DP 6

Scarlet > Fire

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 16, 2011 3:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Barcelona 10/19/81...Scarlet/Fire.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 17, 2011 2:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Loving the day off, grading papers, and listening to Jer 'n Merl 5/20/71. Totally awesome.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 20, 2011 12:26 am    Post subject: 10/9/89 Reply with quote

I was listening ton6/17/91 at Giants stadium. Imwas at that show and I remember the opening song being this nice jazzy, groovy Eyrs ofbthe World. It brought back some nice memories. I finally switched shows at the end of set I and went to 10/9/89 ( another show I was at). So far I've listened to the whole show andbthey just started playng darkstar. I am going to switch to 7/1/79. It's a nice show and I have always felt that 1979 was one ofbthose lost years. So I'm off to try to sleep and hopefully I'll crash while listening to this show and get a nice mellow crazy ass night ofbsleep.
Goodnight you guys and have a grateful day tomorrow
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 12:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm usually always listening to the grateful dead, Furthur, max creek, or the Beatles....as of right now I'm listening to Miles Davis....Birth of the cool
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 12:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

11/027/1983
JGB


wow .... Tangled up in blue is on!

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 4:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TDIH...1/22/68. Cool

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 25, 2011 8:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Phil Lesh and Friends with Trey Anastasio
01-12-2006
Beacon Theatre, NY

.... I love this show!

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 25, 2011 9:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

4/29/72-Dark Star. First time listening to this and it's doing what it's supposed to be doing Cool Shocked Cool

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 25, 2011 12:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

W.A.Mozart
"Le Nozze di Figaro"

I Act

Non piu' andrai ... farfallone amoroso

.... its 15 years that I have not listened to the italian triology of Mozart! I'm home today due to a flu so I have turned back and listen to the whole Le Nozze di Figaro, then I will put on Don Giovanni and finally end the triology with Cosi' fan tutte!

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 9:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm listening to 4/2/87 from Worcester MA. It was my first show and I haven't listened to it in a while...not sure where I'm going to next. It might be an MSG show from 1990, which I was also at, or I might go way back to a 68 or 69 show....we shall see
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 29, 2011 2:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I'm listening to 4/2/87 from Worcester MA. It was my first show and I haven't listened to it in a while...not sure where I'm going to next. It might be an MSG show from 1990, which I was also at, or I might go way back to a 68 or 69 show....we shall see


I have listened lately to the FOB of the 09-19-90 MSG show which is excellent sounding ... incredibly exciting!

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 12:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Acoustic: Bobby McGee*, Bye Bye Love*, Lucifer's Eyes*, Children Of The 80s*, Banks Of The Ohio*
Electric-1: Shakedown, Me & My Uncle> Mexicali, Cold Rain, C. C. Rider**, Roses*, BIODTL, Big Boss Man**> Minglewood**, Don't Ease
2: Iko Iko*, Playin> Terrapin> Playin> Drumz> Other One***> NFA***> GDTRFB***> Morning Dew
3: Dark Star> Bertha> Good Lovin, Baby Blue*

Big Boss Man on right now, just listened to the acoustic through cold rain while shovelling, inside sitting down. cup of coffee brewin.
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Eyebelieve wrote:
Acoustic: Bobby McGee*, Bye Bye Love*, Lucifer's Eyes*, Children Of The 80s*, Banks Of The Ohio*
Electric-1: Shakedown, Me & My Uncle> Mexicali, Cold Rain, C. C. Rider**, Roses*, BIODTL, Big Boss Man**> Minglewood**, Don't Ease
2: Iko Iko*, Playin> Terrapin> Playin> Drumz> Other One***> NFA***> GDTRFB***> Morning Dew
3: Dark Star> Bertha> Good Lovin, Baby Blue*

Big Boss Man on right now, just listened to the acoustic through cold rain while shovelling, inside sitting down. cup of coffee brewin.


Did Joan Baez's horrific warbling make you shovel all the harder during the acoustic set? Laughing

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 2:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

5/9/81 Looks Like Rain

One of my favorites!

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Those first couple I just skip right over them, otherwise i may have just chucked the ipod in the snow out of frustration. This show is still going, up to GDTRTFB, really nice Other One...
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Those first couple I just skip right over them, otherwise i may have just chucked the ipod in the snow out of frustration. This show is still going, up to GDTRTFB, really nice Other One...
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Once they get Mickeys GF off the stage, this show does kick ass! Great Iko too.

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Cold Rain & Snow cover with Peter Rowan, Tony Rice, Bryn Bright and Sharon Gilchrist (love the way she handles her bass... Shocked )


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R.L. Burnside (w/ The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion)
A Ass Pocket of Whiskey

This is a fine album of mainly unrehearsed blues songs. Jon Spencer took his band to R.L. and they set up in his living room and recorded and evening's worth of tunes. For those that like the blues, this is a classic blues man backed by a pretty competent band. I highly recommend it!
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I am listening to a couple of the long, long set opening Mountain Jams that the Allman Brothers played on their 2009 tour. Phenomenal stuff. Way up there with the Dead, at least to my ears.
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very sexy .... hmmm ... very sexy ... thanks man!!!

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10/24/71...Dark Star. Cool First time listening to this one. It does not disappoint

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Right now I'm chillin out to Steppin out with the Grateful Dead. Not sure why I went here, I think I was just in the mood for some pigpen and the setlist is so killer. Before this I was listening to a JGB show from 1976. I'll tell you what...what a difference between 1072 dead and 1976 JGB[/i]
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Ok I'm back again to answer again for tonight. Instarted out with some beatles studio outtakes from Abby road. The George Harrison demos for the song something are just out of this fucking world. I still think its onenof of not the best love songs ever written.

Then I jammed out to a couple of thelonius monk tunes, then switched and listened to a set of a max creek show from 88.

Right now I am chillin to DP7. I have been in a 74 mood lately. I find it to be good, like every other time I listened to it, but its no where near DP12. This show is more straight forward and not as much jamming and trippiness.

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5/16/81 Cool

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very sexy .... hmmm ... very sexy ... thanks man!!!


You are right tizi! Very sensuous woman indeed.
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Fall Out From the Philzone

Dancin' in the street

.... just downloaded this collection .... amazing!

over 32 mins "In the midnight hour" (I'll listen to it later)

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From the friendly confines of Cal-Expo 5/27/93. I've always enjoyed this show. As many of you know it features Cassidy>UJB>Cassidy

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Love that show Fillmore. Post Space OtherOne-Wharf-SugarMag superbly executed. Really fun show from the opening Shakedown all the way through.

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very sexy .... hmmm ... very sexy ... thanks man!!!






Late night posting Bryn is the bass player, Sara is playing the mandolin.....pretty dumb, but the girl handles that bass great version of the song either way.
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11-9-73 Playin just started heating up.
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very sexy .... hmmm ... very sexy ... thanks man!!!






Late night posting Bryn is the bass player, Sara is playing the mandolin.....pretty dumb, but the girl handles that bass great version of the song either way.


Yes ... whatever the name ... I vote for the bass girl ... she is my bass player (Phil is totally out) ... I would like to get some Bryn boms ............ brrrrrrr

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I'm not sure why but I have been in a dicks mood lately. Usually I listen to them sporadically, since most are not full shows but lately that isn't bothering me. Im in a weird mood. I've been listening to shows from 1974 all week.

I've since switched it up and now I'm chillin to DPs vol 28, which has two shows from 73. Lincoln, NE 2/26/73, and Salt Lake City Utah 2/28/73. Both seem to be really strong shows. Lately I have been trying to find really long playin in the bands, because the boys just go crazy, and take off into awesome places.

Before listening to DP28 I was listening to a NICE JGB show from 1984. It was from The Stone, San Fransico CA 8/1/84.
SET I

Cats down under the stars
Mission in the rain
Love in the afternoon
Run for the Roses
Tangled up in Blue

SET II
How Sweet it is
When I paint my masterpiece
Dear Prudence
Midnight Moonlight.

This is one of my favorite JGB shows and I'm not sure why because there are others out there that are better. But, for some reason I'm drawn back to this one over and over again

Anyhow, now you cats know what I'm listening to now.

Have a grateful valentines day everyone
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9/19/90...Is this the best Jack Straw ever Shocked Confused Exclamation Question Cool . Garcia and Hornsby=perfection. those other guys ain't too shabby either Wink

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If you think that's the best Jack Straw ever check out 3/3/87. It is the most rockin jack straw EVER!!!!!!!

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Well.....it seems like I'm the only one still going with this tread, but right now I'm chillin to without a net. Jamming out right now to Althea, getting ready for Cassidy.

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10/31/79...Shakedown Street

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9-28-72 End of set one.
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11-10-1973 Winterland
WRS is on

I wanted something really sweet and jazzy to wake me up!

Later I will turn for some 1977 ... I'm in the mood for Keith piano today ....

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5/21/74....just got to the playing in the band. 46 minutes of pure bliss. I never get tired of listen to this....

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1972-03-05
Winterland Arena

BTW is on ....

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Nice Saturday afternoon here in Nor-Cal. Perfect for 8/27/72 Cool Groovy man, just groovy!

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Not sure why but I was going through my shows deciding what I wanted to chill out to after work. I was going to go with a nice smooth sounding 1977 show, but instead I went with 1978. I just listened to: 4/14/78 cassell coliseum
The promised land
Tennesee Jed
Me and my uncle
Big river
Peggy-o
Looks like rain
Dire wolf
It's all over now
Dupree's diamond blues
The music never stopped
Samson and Delilah
Smokestack lightning tease
Ship of fools
Dancin in the streets
Drums
Space
The other one
Black Peter
Sugar magnolia
Johnny b goode

Now I'm off on another journey to 4/16/78 Huntington civic center

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10/11/83 2nd set...Now here's one of those shows I burned (who knows when) and stuck it in a sleeve and put it up. Or so I thought. Driving home from work today I opened my glove box for my smokes and this tumbled out on to my seat. I started with Bertha and was about to eject because I don't care much for warp speed Dead. But holy Shit! That fuckin' jam after Bertha is nothing short of mystical and then into a gorgeous China Doll followed by a nice drums/space and then Shocked WTF Exclamation St.Stephen Exclamation I didn't even know they played this in the 80s Embarassed I liked it much more than what they rolled out in 76&77 (too fucking SLOW) this version reminded me of the one's from 69/70 Cool . A decent T Stones and a nice Touch to finish. What a pleasant surprise. So has this ever happened to any of you? You grab a show and don't listen to it...and then when you do you realize, [CENSORED] I got a lot of catching up to do! I get so locked into what I cut my teeth on that I end up missing a lot of great music. Great ride home Very Happy

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C'mon! Nobody Shocked Question

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C'mon! Nobody Shocked Question


Yes, that has happened to me. I love that 10/11/83 2nd set. Did you listen to the China>Rider?? It is nothing short of kick-ass. And the jam out of nowhere into that sweet China Doll is pretty special. I still get chills when I listen to that breakout St Stephen. Wish I would have been there.

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right now I'm about to close my eyes and take in Download Series #4 I just feel like listening to a great sounding show with a ton on energy that goes along with it. The set list is incredible. I get that it is from two differentbshows, but sometimes in my opinion that's what it takes to have a killer set.....even though if I ever got to choose a setlist this wouldn't be it..... Twisted Evil

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Been listening to 4/19/82 most of the day. This is a really enjoyable show from start to finish. Great opening J.S. A lovely Peggy-O and a 2nd set opening with Stranger/Franklins. Nice setlist and the band delivers on all levels.

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I'm watching the incredible 7-24-87 View From The Vault and I am stunned by how lucid Jerry was, and how the band is SPANKING!

I have a few anectdotes about that show. We had a great time.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Been listening to 4/19/82 most of the day. This is a really enjoyable show from start to finish. Great opening J.S. A lovely Peggy-O and a 2nd set opening with Stranger/Franklins. Nice setlist and the band delivers on all levels.


Love it - a true classic. Quote the Raven!

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Holy shit! Finished up the second set a little while ago. Upon listening to it for the 2nd time I am thinking is this the best Terrapin I have evr heard? The Wheel is simply stunning. How does the night before (4/18/82) in Hartford stack up to this one? Swami?

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Ya know it's funny. In was going through my list of shows to find a show to listen to and for some reason this one just jumped out at me. The sound quality on it is just sick.
I remember going to all three of these shows. I actually went to quite a few in 88. Anyhow, I remember this show was really short. We all had "tour cough" and you actually hear it in Jerry's voice, but he actually had a case of tour cough himself. I remember it was chilly with a slight drizzle outside. It was just miserable once we got back outside after the show. Anyhow all these years later, and I remember this show. I still can't figure out why I have such vivid memories of this night. There was really nothing to special about it. Maybe I remember it because it was such a short show. I also remember the drums/space blowing my fucking mind that night. It's definitely in my top 10 list for drums/space.
Anyhow if you read this far here is the setlist

Set I
Jack Straw
West L.A. fade Away
Little Red Rooster
Stagger Lee
Queen Jane
Loser->
Let it Grow
Set II
Playin in the Band->
Crazy Fingers->
Uncle Johns Band->
drums->
Space->
The Other One->
Black Peter->
Turn on Your LoveLight
Black Muddy River (e)

Anyhow just figured I would share.

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^ I dig your passion man...too bad you weren't around 3-4 years ago when GD concert/song version opinion/recommendations were overflowed around here(because it was such a new and undiscovered outlet!)...opinionated discussion has significantly slowed down these days, simply because we've all discovered so much of what this band has to offer and most of us know what each other fancies(nbo matter how hard I try I can't get some of these guys to dig '78 GD Wink...but don't worry, the flame will never completely fade away, specially if people like you stumble upon this forum Smile

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I'm about to cue up the rest of 4/20/84 Philly Civic Center. Stopped right before LIG yesterday.

Feel Like A Stranger, Cold Rain & Snow, Beat It On Down The Line, Cumberland Blues, Little Red Rooster, Brown Eyed Women, My Brother Esau, It Must Have Been The Roses, Let It Grow

Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Samson & Delilah-> Drums-> I Need A Miracle-> Morning Dew-> Around & Around-> Johnny B. Goode, E: Day Job

Hot versions of most songs, long killer versions of LIG, S>F.
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Holy shit! Finished up the second set a little while ago. Upon listening to it for the 2nd time I am thinking is this the best Terrapin I have evr heard? The Wheel is simply stunning. How does the night before (4/18/82) in Hartford stack up to this one? Swami?


Well 4/19 is a monster of a show, glad you love it. 4/18 is very good, just not quite AS epic as 4/18. But you should find lots of enjoyment out of the 18th as well. Really good Ship of Fools leads into a great run of Playin-Eyes-Drumz-EarthquakeSpace-OtherOne. Also I love how the Playin Reprise was embedded into Sugar Mags.

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4/29/71 in anticipation of seeing DSO this Friday Very Happy

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Right now I'm chillin out listening to 5/21/74. I'm still in the first set I believe listening to Money Money. BUT....I know that soon enough I get that 46 minute version of Playin in the Band coming up. As most of you know about me I dont skip around when I listen tona show, but I listen to the whole show in it's entirety. I find that when you do that, you can get the vibe of the whole show. I'm actually outside in my backyard just chillin in the sun, waiting for the playing to start. All day long while I was at work all I could think about was getting how so I could listen to this version on playing. Every time I hear it I go somewhere else in my mind that I hadn't been before.
Hope you are all enjoying your weekend!!!!

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been in 72,for a while. Time to push the FF button to ah, mmmm, oh! 5/13/83. Very cool show from the Greek. Thanks swami! China>Rider is top notch Cool

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Jerry Garcia Band 1976/03/03 I Want To Tell You!!! Why was this song not played more? The last 3 minutes are pure heavenly bliss. Goes right into Sisters and Brothers.
John, Paul, George, Ringo.....and Jerry!!
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I'm enjoying the 2nd set from 12/28/79 Cool

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Jerry Garcia Band 1976/03/03 I Want To Tell You!!! Why was this song not played more? The last 3 minutes are pure heavenly bliss. Goes right into Sisters and Brothers.
John, Paul, George, Ringo.....and Jerry!!


Hell yeah!

I saw Melvin play this back in October and it was a good 10 minutes long....high light of the night that featured many solid efforts!

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I am a huge fan of 70s dead, and I do admit I like 80s dead as well. This show from the philadephia spectrum from 3/31/87 blows my mind. It never disappoints and I usually listen to it 3 to 7 times a month. If you haven't checked it out yet I highly recommend doing so

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1973-12-18

Dark Star>Eyes>W Rat>Sugar Mag Shocked Shocked

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Row Jimmy 5/13/78 - Spectrum...love the dueling slide guitar from Jerry and Bobby!
Nice aud. only show....

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4/7/91....imwas going through my iPod trying to find a show to listen to and for some reason this one jumped out at me. To be honest I don't even remember uploading it onto my iPod, but the sound quality is fucking incredible. I usually stay with 70s and 80s dead, but so far I'm glad I'm checking this show out.
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Just threw on 5/14/74 Missoula, Mt. Mr. Miller has done another awesome job here! I've always liked this show.

Set 1

Bertha, Me & My Uncle, Loser, Black Throated Wind, Scarlet Begonias, It Must Have Been The Roses, Jack Straw, Tennessee Jed, Deal, Big River, Brown Eyed Women, Playin' In The Band

Set 2

U.S. Blues, Mexicali Blues, Row Jimmy, Weather Report Suite Prelude-> Weather Report Suite Part 1-> Let It Grow-> Dark Star-> China Doll, Promised Land, Not Fade Away-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> One More Saturday Night.


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Reviewer:thewaymouth - - December 7, 2009
Subject: This one's for Goddess Hella Thrilla Brilla Bella Donna Godchaux & Her Gentle On My Mind, Panama Red Heart of Gold
If I had a gun for every ace Donna has played, I could pay a billion whining-baby heads back clear the [CENSORED] off.

(Don't Fear) The Donna.
...Guess what?! I got a fever, & the only prescription is more bella Donna!

Scarlet - "[Donna] won't you blow, [Donna] won't you blow, [Donna] won't you blow your horn?"
Playing - Donna's double-wail wall-of-joy is a hoot and a howl.
Row - Trilla brilla bella Donna, get down & low, rock your baby to & fro.
Grow - "She bears it away with a love that the river has taught her - Let it flow, let it flow, wide & clear... Listen to the thunder shout, 'I am, I am, I am! I AM!'"
China - "Take up your China [Donna]... La la la la la la la la."
GDTRFB - She's goin' down the golden road to unlimited devotion with feeling bad blues.
OMSN - Thanks Donna dear from my ears, for singing sweet harmony, for "everybody get right one more Saturday night" on any damn night, "whoa-whoa-oh yeah!"
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6/8/94 Cal Expo
Miss 1/2 step
Walkin Blues
Peggy O
MAMU
Big River
Stagger Lee
Cassidy
Don' Ease Me In

Pic. Moon
RXR Blues
Playin'
UJB
Drums
Space
Samba
Watchtower
SOTM
Lovelight
I Fought The Law

This was my last show. Gave up my seat on the bus that began in 71'. Not a barn burner by any stretch but I still enjoy it none-the-less probably more for reasons of nostalgia than anything else. Nice SOTM.

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Are you kidding? 8/1/73 of course Cool Cool Cool

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10/17/83. Love the opening Sugaree--rest of the show ain't too bad either Wink Cool

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David Harvey's lectures on Capital Volume One....I just discovered that "podcast" means you can listen to it on your ipod.
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The Wheel>China Doll...3/10/81 MSG Cool Cool Very Happy

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I'm listening to a show from the Greek Theatre from 1984 (not surre which one right now, and I'm to lazy to check). I have always loved the Greek shows for some reason. To me the band always played a little more mellow, but as mellow as it was, it was intense as all hell. Im listening to them play eyes of the world at the moment and that is probably my favorite Grateful Dead song, and now they just went into drums/space. This should be interesting.

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Ramones: Too Tough to Die (not their best)

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Winterland 73 box set. Every once in a while I pull it off the shelf and listen to it from start to finish. I love the sound quality and the song selection. I'm thinking but I'm not sure yet, but I think my next listen will be the full winterland 77 shows. We shall see though, it depends what kind of mood I'm in. There is also the possible of my absolute favorite Dick's picks....dicks picks 12. I love all the jamming and the spacey ness of that disc. I really need to zone right now and just think so it could be that. Could also be the 46 min version of playing in the band......ohh I hate decisions....

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5/27/93. Afavorite of mine from the 90s at Cal-Expo. Cassidy>UJB>Cassidy is pretty cool.

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5/27/93. Afavorite of mine from the 90s at Cal-Expo. Cassidy>UJB>Cassidy is pretty cool.


I am going to give this is a go during my road trip tomorrow. The set list sounds great - although a bit worried about Wave To The Wind. I remember hearing WTTW live in the 90s as well (1994 Eugene, I think), and was pretty disappointed.
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Have a great trip and Holiday and I hope you enjoy the show. I statrted today off with Set II from 8/22/72--Berkeley Community Theatre Cool

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Taking a cue from colonial I'm listening to 11/9/73 from winterland box set Cool

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