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PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 1:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lets bump it back about a 1/2 a year to 11/25/79 Pauly Pavil. Great Shakedown>Bertha.Ass kickin' He's Gone into TOO!! Great playing here Cool

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 1:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Lets bump it back about a 1/2 a year to 11/25/79 Pauly Pavil. Great Shakedown>Bertha.Ass kickin' He's Gone into TOO!! Great playing here Cool
Yep. I was up front for that one. Excellent show!!! SBD played loud is quite nice.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 14, 2014 1:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

"...Long hair, Madison Square..." 3/10/81-Nice aud,high energy Dead Cool

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 14, 2014 2:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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"...Long hair, Madison Square..." 3/10/81-Nice aud,high energy Dead Cool
This thread is called "Conversations of the Dead..." Sure, what the hell...I'll try to make this a conversation by agreeing with you. Nice show. Anything in particular that stands out for you?
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 15, 2014 5:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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"...Long hair, Madison Square..." 3/10/81-Nice aud,high energy Dead Cool
This thread is called "Conversations of the Dead..." Sure, what the hell...I'll try to make this a conversation by agreeing with you. Nice show. Anything in particular that stands out for you?
If you click on Conversations of the Dead many,many different topics lie w/in the thread. Like the one I responded to-What are you listening to right now? C'mon Duck, you been around here long enough to know how this site works.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 16, 2014 9:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That's a solid show, an all timer.
Scarlet>Fire, Sailor>Saint... great pre-drums!
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2014 1:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

12/5/79 Set II--Love the S.S opener for this set Cool

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And a might Ship o' Fools!
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2014 6:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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12/5/79 Set II--Love the S.S opener for this set Cool


Weird show...some real sleepy/lazy segments, especially in Set One, but then some moments of brilliance - more so in Set Deux.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 28, 2014 2:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I dig that thing they do in Shakedown where they almost sing on top of each other. I don't know the terminology for it but you guys know what I mean. It's done on Row , row, row your boat.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2014 12:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I dig that thing they do in Shakedown where they almost sing on top of each other. I don't know the terminology for it but you guys know what I mean. It's done on Row , row, row your boat.

harmony? where they sing the same thing?
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2014 1:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shocked No. I'll give it another go When Garcia sings Don't tell me this town ain't got no heart--When he gets to the word TOWN Brent and Weir have already started singing their part which is the same line Garcia sings. C'mon Rob these guys were never known for their harmony except for American Beauty. I know you know what I'm talking about, its just hard to explain. Anyway I'm dialed into 3/27/94 this morning. Nice show with a coll J.S.>Jack a Roe opener. Also one of my favorite Morning Dew's from any era.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2014 6:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Shocked No. I'll give it another go When Garcia sings Don't tell me this town ain't got no heart--When he gets to the word TOWN Brent and Weir have already started singing their part which is the same line Garcia sings. C'mon Rob these guys were never known for their harmony except for American Beauty. I know you know what I'm talking about, its just hard to explain. Anyway I'm dialed into 3/27/94 this morning. Nice show with a coll J.S.>Jack a Roe opener. Also one of my favorite Morning Dew's from any era.

Yeah, I know what you mean... I can't remember the technical term for it either, but I remember cheesebeer calling it "shakedown in the round", he made a thread about it way back when.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2014 6:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That style of delayed melody that seems to fold into itself with several singers is called a "Round".
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And there you go! Cheesebeer didn't just make it up!
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 30, 2014 1:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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That style of delayed melody that seems to fold into itself with several singers is called a "Round".
Cool I knew someone around here would know. Smile

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2014 12:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm listening to the meat from 6/20/74 as I have never heard any of this show before even though I burned it yrs ago! Truckin'>Jam>Eyes>Slipknot>China Doll. Strong and well played. Eyes is spot on. There are better shows from this year-but hey it's 1974 a year certainly not known for it's clunkers.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 01, 2014 1:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A day late but I'm enjoying a show from 3/31/91 with Mr. Bruce Hornsby. The 2nd set is great. The whole band sounds energized and they are collectively diggin' it Cool
Eyes>PITB>Drums/Space>The Wheel>A+A>JBG--encore Heaven's Door

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 02, 2014 7:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I'm listening to the meat from 6/20/74 as I have never heard any of this show before even though I burned it yrs ago! Truckin'>Jam>Eyes>Slipknot>China Doll. Strong and well played. Eyes is spot on. There are better shows from this year-but hey it's 1974 a year certainly not known for it's clunkers.

Yes, often overlooked because it was sandwiched between other notable shows, I certainly enjoyed it.
Here's my review...

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Finally giving the Warlocks shows their due by seriously listening to them. Listening to the 2nd night first. I'm at Dark Star. So far I'm really diggin' it. Liked the Stranger opener. Probably the best version I have heard of Built to Last, a tune i really enjoy. Nice Jack a Row. A fine, fine Memphis Blues. Playin>UJB>Playin' pretty tasty sandwich. I do not like I repeat I do not like Fantasy/Jude at ALL.So far the rest of the show has been too strong for those tunes to ruin it. Looking forward to the Attics. D.S. is going into Drums. Good effort to pull off the D.S. Just missed. You guys know better than me that there are many 80s, 90s versions that are superior to this one. Sure would have liked to have been there for the crowd reaction alone! Chills.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2014 10:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

fillmoreeast wrote:
Finally giving the Warlocks shows their due by seriously listening to them. Listening to the 2nd night first. I'm at Dark Star. So far I'm really diggin' it. Liked the Stranger opener. Probably the best version I have heard of Built to Last, a tune i really enjoy. Nice Jack a Row. A fine, fine Memphis Blues. Playin>UJB>Playin' pretty tasty sandwich. I do not like I repeat I do not like Fantasy/Jude at ALL.So far the rest of the show has been too strong for those tunes to ruin it. Looking forward to the Attics. D.S. is going into Drums. Good effort to pull off the D.S. Just missed. You guys know better than me that there are many 80s, 90s versions that are superior to this one. Sure would have liked to have been there for the crowd reaction alone! Chills.


Jerry's solo in that Built To Last is eerily similar to the "solo" in Alphaville's "Forever Young," from 1984. Weird connection but if you listen you will see what I mean - same electronic flute sound. Yea 10/9 is a great show, and Weir's performance is especially potent.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2014 10:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

4/9/1987 UIC Pavilion - nice China Doll.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 13, 2014 3:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm groovin' to TDIH from 4/13/84--YOW! Cool Set Two will not let up.Terrific show.

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10/27/79-Set II-Just suffered through Dancin' in the Street.However the end was a nice lead in into Franklin's. This show according to most of the reviews I've read is supposed to be superb. I don't believe I have ever heard it.

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10/27/79-Set II-Just suffered through Dancin' in the Street.However the end was a nice lead in into Franklin's. This show according to most of the reviews I've read is supposed to be superb. I don't believe I have ever heard it.

Yeah, that's a great out in Cape Cod, if I'm not mistaken.
The pre-drums is as good as it gets!
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10/27/79-Set II-Just suffered through Dancin' in the Street.However the end was a nice lead in into Franklin's. This show according to most of the reviews I've read is supposed to be superb. I don't believe I have ever heard it.


P.O.L. #3.

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5/16/72-A rock solid performance that was broadcast over Radio Luxembourg. Second set rips from beginning to end. Don't let the familiar set list detract you from listening. High energy turn on a dime Dead.
Truckin
Drums
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Sing me back Home
sugar Mags
NFA>GDTRFB>NFA
OMSN

Also a stellar recording by Betty I believe

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Back to early Brent 9/2/79. This is a hell of a show. Stagger Lee (a tune I'm not that crazy about) is played very well here. LIG is also a smoker. Been a long time since I listened to this show and almost forgot about it. Pokin' around my den this morning and it was sitting on top of my amp. I look at that amp every day, never noticed any discs laying on top of it before Surprised

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 27, 2014 2:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Back to early Brent 9/2/79. This is a hell of a show. Stagger Lee (a tune I'm not that crazy about) is played very well here. LIG is also a smoker. Been a long time since I listened to this show and almost forgot about it. Pokin' around my den this morning and it was sitting on top of my amp. I look at that amp every day, never noticed any discs laying on top of it before Surprised

Yes, this is a long time favorite!
If I'm not mistaken the LIG goes into the "Orbital Jam" before dropping into full drums.
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10/19/81 Set II-Love this Scarlet/Fire. It takes them a long time to get to FOTM. Love it! Some of the 77' versions dare I say sound way too um clinical? Sterile? Maybe "just exactly perfect" isn't such a good thing!

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10/19/81 Set II-Love this Scarlet/Fire. It takes them a long time to get to FOTM. Love it! Some of the 77' versions dare I say sound way too um clinical? Sterile? Maybe "just exactly perfect" isn't such a good thing!

I've long been a major proponent of this show, their lone show in Spain. They hit an obligatory Spanish Jam in there, and the LIG to end the first set is filled with sizzling Jerry!
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10/19/81 Set II-Love this Scarlet/Fire. It takes them a long time to get to FOTM. Love it! Some of the 77' versions dare I say sound way too um clinical? Sterile? Maybe "just exactly perfect" isn't such a good thing!


Clinical - I like it! Agreed. Idea Laughing

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7/18/90 - Deer Creek, China -> Rider. This was a tour where the simmering intro to the jam often heated up to a rapid boil. Powerful stuff, man!
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7/18/90 - Deer Creek, China -> Rider. This was a tour where the simmering intro to the jam often heated up to a rapid boil. Powerful stuff, man!


(Kochman wrote: Good choice!

Mighty fine Deer Creek show absolutely.)

Tried quoting Koch and accidentally deleted his reply post. Yellow Card.
Anyway, agreed - that Deer Creek '90 is intense, and brilliant.

I'm in Mexicali Blues..First Set 6/21/85 Alpine Valley. Love this Summer Solstice show.

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Digging TDIH with Numero uno from swami's Top 100-Uptown-8/19/80. Just fine Smile

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8/24/72. Another great run of shows from Berkeley/8/21>8/25 Cool

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Live from SacTown--Cal-Expo-6/10/90. I remember sharing at an AA mtg. that I was going to Cal-Expo to see the Dead. A riot nearly broke out.
"You can't do that! My God there's drugs there!" "Relax Harry I'm going with my sponsor, besides there's probably drugs here at this mtg." Off we went and had a blast. Lots of fond memories from Cal-Expo. Oh, and this show's a keeper as well as 6/8/90.

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9/27/72 D.P.11. Comes with a Dew opener and the unusual pairing of D.S.>Cumberland Blues Cool Cool

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Just gotta poke around. Da Weez Audience. Cool

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I am enjoying"Reckoning" this fine Saturday morning.

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Live Dead Cool

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Jump ahead two decades==6/21/89. Don't miss Masterpiece! Cool

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9/2/79--POL show(not sure what #) Rippin' 2nd Set- Let it Grow will knock yer socks off Cool Cool

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9/25/81 Lehigh. Cumberland Blues = Delectable Garcia. Cool

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10/6/84-Mein Got Exclamation Shocked Cool

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I love that all these recent shows are Brent shows, and they are also smoking!

Special shot out to 6/21/89 Masterpiece! A masterpiece indeed.
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Some fairly early Brent that generally speaking is not everyone's cup of tea but I love the acoustic shows from 80' Listening to "Reckoning." Acoustic "Bird Song." C'mon Cool It amazes me that Garcia's tone hardly changes from electric to acoustic and the bands ability to still get pretty far out there even though for the most part they are not plugged in.

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10-14-84 Haaatfud. "Jelly roll will drive you stone mad."

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Damn! I love that song. Smile

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Great year for it too, only 83 could be better (to me).

Speaking of which, I tried playing it on guitar, it seemed pretty hard to me!
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Great year for it too, only 83 could be better (to me).

Speaking of which, I tried playing it on guitar, it seemed pretty hard to me!
I love playing and singing that tune. I'm a strummer. I'm just playing the chords and sing while I strum. I'm not playing any leads or solos. DDB is a little tricky at first because some of the chord changes come pretty fast. I know i have mentioned this before but I find Garcia tunes easier to play. I believe his songs are more melodic than Weir's. It's easy to play Ripple around the campfire than say Let it Grow. Just my take on it.

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I agree with that, he uses more fundamental chords too... probably because he would have to sing and play.
During Bobby songs, Bobby could push Garcia into more complicated areas because the weight of singing was lifted.
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Excellent point. Never really looked at it that way before. Listening to 10/31/91. Have always had a fondness for this show. The Dark Star and the Kesey rap still sounds pretty cool to my ears. The whole show is well above average IMO.

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Kochman wrote:
I agree with that, he uses more fundamental chords too... probably because he would have to sing and play.
During Bobby songs, Bobby could push Garcia into more complicated areas because the weight of singing was lifted.


Good point, but based on interviews it's also a conscious aesthetic decision by Garcia, who grouses a bit about Bobby writing twisted songs...I can't think of the reference right now though.
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Ha! Interesting.
Bobby's songs were, often, more difficult, but would that be hard for el maestro?
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