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11-21-1973- the fox is back - Dancin' in Denver

 
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greenfox



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PostPosted: Fri Sep 12, 2008 6:48 am    Post subject: 11-21-1973- the fox is back - Dancin' in Denver Reply with quote

OK it's been a minute. That's ok. "What's the point to callin' shots"? Ha. as if.

Check this out:

11-21-73 Denver Coliseum, Denver, Co. (Wed)

1: Me & My Uncle, Sugaree, Jack Straw, Big RxR Blues, Mexicali, TLEO, L. L. Rain, H. C. Sunshine, Big River, Brokedown, WRS Prelude> WRS Part 1> Let It Grow

2: Half Step> Playin> El Paso> Playin> Wharf Rat> Playin> Morning Dew, Truckin> Nobody's Fault> GDTRFB> Saturday Night E: Uncle John


First of all, the levels on this show are absolutely perfect. You can hear the tap-taping of the drums, ever so gently, in the background to the songs. It's amazing. Donna doesn't even sound horrible for this show. The first set has some pretty tight jams and they cover some nice material, but the "meat" is the second set. Starting with an absolutely melodic half-step, this show takes a life of its own. I mean seriously, I'd put the "--->" mark before this review but it would be the whole second set. The improvising and non-stop-ness of it all makes this an instant classic- get this show.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 12, 2008 6:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey fox, glad to have you back - I love this show. A 73 standout.
The 1/2 Step....Dew sequence is nothing short of jawdropping
I dig the night before too.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 12, 2008 7:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

FOX!
Our long lost friend. Glad to see you back man.

You have certainly picked a winner... so much so that 2 other reviews of this show have already been posted here
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3 times is a charm....
I don't care who you are folks, if you haven't heard this show, you need to do so immediately. It is one of the peaks within a peak period, no doubt.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 12, 2008 8:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kochman wrote:
FOX!
Our long lost friend. Glad to see you back man.

You have certainly picked a winner... so much so that 2 other reviews of this show have already been posted here
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3 times is a charm....
I don't care who you are folks, if you haven't heard this show, you need to do so immediately. It is one of the peaks within a peak period, no doubt.

Alrighty!


huh- fancy that. Well I DID look but I didn't find anything of interest.

You know... recently, I've been looking for "rare" shows. I think I'd like to make a separate thread about it, but how about this:

What do you think are the RAREST GD/JGB shows?

In "rare' I mean stuff that doesn't circulate at all, but it IS somewhere out there.

A good example would be basement tapes by Pigpen:

"Go get my shotgun" - played by Pig ??? times; recorded only ONE known time, and that recording is very rare and doesn't generally circ'.

ANOTHER EXAMPLE:

The 53' Garcia high school tapes- very rare, but it's out there. I happen to have a copy. :) Very interesting hearing a VERY young Jerry sing folk tunes.

So what do you all think?

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 12, 2008 10:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

greenfox wrote:
The 53' Garcia high school tapes- very rare, but it's out there. I happen to have a copy. :) Very interesting hearing a VERY young Jerry sing folk tunes.

So what do you all think?


I think I want to hear this, GF!

How does one go about getting it from ya?
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 12, 2008 12:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

boxorain wrote:
greenfox wrote:
The 53' Garcia high school tapes- very rare, but it's out there. I happen to have a copy. :) Very interesting hearing a VERY young Jerry sing folk tunes.

So what do you all think?


I think I want to hear this, GF!

How does one go about getting it from ya?
Very Happy


oh wow - I have it- it was a very short show, like... lemme think a couple songs maybe? Let me find it real quick:

OK I can't find the other volume right now- this is the newer stuff (from 62 on) the other volume is on my other HDD

JERRITIES: Volume 1.

Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, John Cipollina & Bill Champlin
Pacific High Recorders, San Francisco, CA
transmitted live over KSAN FM in 1970 (exact date unknown)

1 The Race Is On
2 Silver Threads & Golden Needles
3 Let Me In 83968
4 Dark Hollow
Jerry Garcia - pedal steel
Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
John Cipollina - guitar
Bill Champlin - piano
--------------------------------------------
Jerry Garcia, Duane Allman & Bob Wier
WBCN FM Studios, Boston, MA
Saturday afternoon, November 21, 1970
5 El Paso
6 -tuning/talking-
7 Big River
8 I Know You Rider
9 -tuning/talking-
10 Instrumental
11 -tuning/talking-
12 Dark Hollow
13 -tuning/talking-
14 Angie*
15 -tuning/talking-
16 Let Me In 83968**
-outro...
All songs Jerry Garcia & Bob Weir except:
*Duane Allman solo
**Bob Weir & Duane Allman
Pigpen & Gregg Allman are there too but they don't play.
--------------------------------------------
Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, David Nelson & John Dawson
Sunday String Quartet @ KPPC, Pasadena, CA
Sunday morning, December 28, 1970
17 -intro/tuning/talking-
18 Silver Threads & Golden Needles
19 -tuning/talking-
20 Cold Jordon
21 -tuning/talking-
22 A Voice From On High
23 Swing Low Sweet Chariot
24 -talking/promo for El Monte Dead show/Salty Dog
outro...
Jerry Garcia - guitar, vocals
Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
David Nelson- mandolin,vocals
John Dawson - guitar, vocals
----------------------------------------
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
w/ Jerry Garcia, Frank Wakefield & Vassar Clements
Golden State Bluegrass Festival, San Rafael,CA
April 27, 1974
25 Heartbreak Hotel*
26 Orange Blossom Special*
27 Jambalaya**
28 Sally Goodinâ**
29 Battle Of New Orleans**
*Jerry Garcia on banjo, Frank Wakefield on mandolin, Vassar Clements on fiddle
** Jerry Garcia on telecaster!


Its pretty hot stuff.

I have some other pretty rare stuff around here... somewhere.. :)

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