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PostPosted: Sat Dec 11, 2010 1:17 pm    Post subject: Show me a few great 81-82 moments Reply with quote

I'm not talking about entire shows, but your favorite few songs or second set sandwiches. I really haven't listened to anything from these two years, and i know there are some great moments I'm missing.

And if anyone noticed, yes i did post this in the Keith and Donna era last night Laughing

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2011 4:47 pm    Post subject: Re: Show me a few great 81-82 moments Reply with quote

spencer540 wrote:
I'm not talking about entire shows, but your favorite few songs or second set sandwiches. I really haven't listened to anything from these two years, and i know there are some great moments I'm missing.

And if anyone noticed, yes i did post this in the Keith and Donna era last night Laughing

Wow, I am pretty surprised no one chime in here...

7/4/81 Stranger, Bird Song, PITB

8/28/81 The Wheel>Jam

Ok, 10/2/81 has 2 great moments that jump immediately to mind...
Pre-drums PITB>Shakedown is pretty cool
Post-drums Black Peter

10/19/81 Let It Grow

4/19/82 Raven Space

10/10/82 Pre-Drums Sailor>Saint>Touch

There's some starters for you... May of 1981 is pretty solid in general... 5/6/81 is sick... but so are many of the other shows.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2011 10:59 pm    Post subject: ?? Reply with quote

This is the kind of thread that boggles my mind, no offense to the author. A few moments? 1981-1982 were froggin prolific years to rock that ass. For you never to have explored this era is unacceptamundo, but nevertheless here's "a few:"

bullet point: 05-09-81 Nassau: Estimated-Eyes
bullet point: 08-03-82 Starlight: Shakedown-Samson
bullet point: 11-26-82 Montego Bay: Scarlet-Fire

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 9:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think I responded to that previous thread, but here are some more from 2 of my fave years.
5/1/81 Hampton - Let It Grow>Deal, Stranger>Franklins

3/5/81 Stanley Theatre pre drums - Jam (w/out Jerry)>Passenger>Scarlet>Fire, Playin (really cool unique jam)

10/16/81 Melkweg Club - The electric set is garage band Dead. Playin>Hully Gully>Wheel>Samson, Gloria>Lovelight>Playin>Black Peter>Sugar Mag

12/9/81 China Rider will knock your socks off.

7/11/81 Alpine - He's Gone>Truckin. both are long and super jammed out.

4/6/82 Philly - Shakedown>Sailor>Saint>Terrapin

8/31/82 Scarlet>Fire

I could list a bunch more...

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 4:15 pm    Post subject: Re: ?? Reply with quote

swamiGD80s wrote:
This is the kind of thread that boggles my mind, no offense to the author. A few moments? 1981-1982 were froggin prolific years to rock that ass. For you never to have explored this era is unacceptamundo, but nevertheless here's "a few:"

bullet point: 05-09-81 Nassau: Estimated-Eyes
bullet point: 08-03-82 Starlight: Shakedown-Samson
bullet point: 11-26-82 Montego Bay: Scarlet-Fire


I think he is looking for a few moments to see if he digs them...
Remember when I wasn't really aware of this period? It helps to have guides!

I will definitely second that 8/3/82! Holy cow!!! Very psychedelic Shakedown there.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 5:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

2-27-81 scarlet>fire
3-9-81 china>rider
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 5:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

2/26/81 China>Rider
3/12/81 Jack Straw
3/20/81 Althea
5/9/81 Estimated
7/13/81 for the most upbeat Looks Like Rain ever
8/12/81 Scarlet>Fire
12/7/81 The Music Never Stopped Shocked

2/21/82 Bird Song
5/21/82 Playing In The Band > Uncle John's Band > Drums > Space > The Wheel > Playing In The Band
5/22/28 Sailor>Saint
7/29/82 Cold Rain and Snow
8/4/82 Row Jimmy
12/28/82 Shakedown

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 8:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gopher wrote:
2/26/81 China>Rider
3/12/81 Jack Straw
3/20/81 Althea
5/9/81 Estimated
7/13/81 for the most upbeat Looks Like Rain ever
8/12/81 Scarlet>Fire
12/7/81 The Music Never Stopped Shocked

2/21/82 Bird Song
5/21/82 Playing In The Band > Uncle John's Band > Drums > Space > The Wheel > Playing In The Band
5/22/28 Sailor>Saint
7/29/82 Cold Rain and Snow
8/4/82 Row Jimmy
12/28/82 Shakedown

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 04, 2011 9:04 pm    Post subject: Re: ?? Reply with quote

Kochman wrote:
swamiGD80s wrote:
This is the kind of thread that boggles my mind, no offense to the author. A few moments? 1981-1982 were froggin prolific years to rock that ass. For you never to have explored this era is unacceptamundo, but nevertheless here's "a few:"

bullet point: 05-09-81 Nassau: Estimated-Eyes
bullet point: 08-03-82 Starlight: Shakedown-Samson
bullet point: 11-26-82 Montego Bay: Scarlet-Fire


I think he is looking for a few moments to see if he digs them...
Remember when I wasn't really aware of this period? It helps to have guides!

I will definitely second that 8/3/82! Holy cow!!! Very psychedelic Shakedown there.

Not to mention... I'd been listening to the GD for over a decade before I got schooled on the Brent funk...
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 11, 2011 1:04 am    Post subject: Re: Show me a few great 81-82 moments Reply with quote

[/quote]Wow, I am pretty surprised no one chime in here...[/quote]

Wow! i thought this post was dead, but then i get back on here after about two weeks and im surprised to see all the responses. Thanks for the recommendations guys! I gota catch up and check out all these shows.

I've been listening to 5/6/81 alot lately and I'll be surprised to see if any of these beat that. The Caution Jam>Spanish Jam is probably my favorite jam of the Brent Era.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 11, 2011 1:12 am    Post subject: Re: ?? Reply with quote

Kochman wrote:
swamiGD80s wrote:
This is the kind of thread that boggles my mind, no offense to the author. A few moments? 1981-1982 were froggin prolific years to rock that ass. For you never to have explored this era is unacceptamundo, but nevertheless here's "a few:"

bullet point: 05-09-81 Nassau: Estimated-Eyes
bullet point: 08-03-82 Starlight: Shakedown-Samson
bullet point: 11-26-82 Montego Bay: Scarlet-Fire


I think he is looking for a few moments to see if he digs them...
Remember when I wasn't really aware of this period? It helps to have guides!

I will definitely second that 8/3/82! Holy cow!!! Very psychedelic Shakedown there.


Yeah i wasn't trying to undermind these years, i just need a some good moments to get started. But its mostly cause of I-pod space . I have no room to put any more full shows on there, so I'm just trying to find the juicy moments.

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How about 10-12-81 GDTR? I like that...and 5-15-81 Black Peter.

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3/20/81 Althea


Yes, my favorite! But also 3/20/81 Deal...

Otherwise I haven't listened to the GD for a couple months until last week so I need to refresh my memory about shit...
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2011 9:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think my new favorite Althea is 10-02-81. However, the recording sucks with no Phil.

Scarlet>Fire 3-10-81 is out of this world.
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I think my new favorite Althea is 10-02-81. However, the recording sucks with no Phil.

Scarlet>Fire 3-10-81 is out of this world.

The audience of 10/2 is actually better... is that what you are listening to?
I love that show, glad to see it getting some love.
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No, I was listening to the soundboard, but a good audience with audible Phil would be nice....is this the version you recommend, or is there another?

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[quote="bzfgt"]I think my new favorite Althea is 10-02-81. However, the recording sucks with no Phil.

Scarlet>Fire 3-10-81 is out of this world.[/quote


One of the running feuds between Kochman and me is 10/2/81 (him) versus 10/8/81 (me). As with our other feuds (i.e. Kaiser 85 debate), both shows are undoubtedly very good - but we each have our reasons for preferring one over the other. In this case, there are some songs that are played in both shows - including Althea. I maintain that 10/8 has the better Althea (although I need a re-listen), but 10/2 quite certainly has the better Cumberland and Black Peter. I'll take the Playin from 10/8 but concede the C.C. Rider.

Sailor-Saint, Shakedown, and Spanish Jam (and aforementioned Cumberland, Peter, Playin) are big winners from 10/2. From Althea (1st Set) through NFA (2nd Set) in 10/8 is A+ GD.

At the risk of hijacking or re-hijacking, this particular debate probably deserves its own thread.

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No, I was listening to the soundboard, but a good audience with audible Phil would be nice....is this the version you recommend, or is there another?

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Yeah, give that one a shot... it's not awesome, but it is better than the SBD.

Swami... It certainly would warrant a thread...
Or maybe a combined Kochman vs Swami Dead Show Smackdown thread or something, where we can point/counterpoint our contentions within runs (Monterey 88 is another one, where I take the 31st, and you take the 30th)...
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spence, how has this little foray into 81-82 been treating you thus far?
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3-9-81 Bird Song
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5/16/81 Nobody's jam into a wonderful Stella

8/28/81 wide ranging Wheel and a nice Spanish Jam that develops a a slow pace but ends up being well developed
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3-9-81 Bird Song

YES!

Gerbel, that Wheel may be my favorite ever too!
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Lets face it, there are many great moments in 81-82.
I listened to a smokin Birdsong from 8/27/81 yesterday. That whole show cooks, but is in the shadow of 8/28.

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Duderino wrote:
Lets face it, there are many great moments in 81-82.
I listened to a smokin Birdsong from 8/27/81 yesterday. That whole show cooks, but is in the shadow of 8/28.

Yes, especially 81...

I am still curious to see how Spencer's adventures in the period went...
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Listening to this show right now, which has many good 82 moments. Very tight, good sound, Phil is making is presence known again. First set is bookended by a hot J Straw and a smokin China Rider.

09-24-82 Carrier Dome, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y. (Fri)
1: Jack Straw, FOTD> C. C. Rider, Ramble On, Minglewood, Bird Song> L. L. Rain, China Cat> I Know You Rider
2: Far From Me> Playin> Crazy Fingers> Throwing Stones> Drumz> Iko Iko> Truckin> GDTRFB> Black Peter> Around> Sugar Magnolia E: Brokedown

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Let's not forget some very cool Jerry acoustic shows in 82 either. You have the one off solo show on 4/10/82 and the phenomenally intimate 5/5/82 Oregon Prison show. The 6/4 and 6/5 shows with Kahn are good as well. There is a really good Northeast JGB tour with Bobby and the Midnite's. Billy was on drums for this tour. So you had half of the Dead touring this go around!!!!!

Cape Cod on 6/18/82 is a smoker as is 6/20 in Maine of course! Hunt these down, they are well worth it!
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5/5/82 is surely a beautiful set of music... great songs, awesome playing, cool venue that could really dig getting such a treat.
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6/16/82 JGB is an all time classic.

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Kochman wrote:
Duderino wrote:
Lets face it, there are many great moments in 81-82.
I listened to a smokin Birdsong from 8/27/81 yesterday. That whole show cooks, but is in the shadow of 8/28.

Yes, especially 81...

I am still curious to see how Spencer's adventures in the period went...


Again thanks for all the input Koch and friends! I have a lot of catching up to do though. I kinda went on a "Dead overload" since i really haven't listened to any other artists since I found this site a few years ago lol. Also I recently got on court ordered drug testing, so my nightly ritual of rolling one up and listening to a show has been thrown off. I think it was Goffer who said one of the main reasons for his drug use is for GD enhancement, and I'm exactly like that. But I'm going to start listening to all your recommendations and get back to you in the next few days.

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I hear you, my GD time comes in massive waves of over listening, then burning out... that's normal.

Drugs are unnecessary for the enjoyment of Jerry though...
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I hear you, my GD time comes in massive waves of over listening, then burning out... that's normal.

Drugs are unnecessary for the enjoyment of Jerry though...


I agree ... close your eyes and put the music LOUD

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I hear you, my GD time comes in massive waves of over listening, then burning out... that's normal.

Drugs are unnecessary for the enjoyment of Jerry though...


There not necessary by any means, but they really put me in the moment. But its defiantly been the "Dead" overload thats been holding me back way more from listening to them. But thank god thats starting to go away!

I'm just finished listening to the Stranger>Franklins from 5/1/81. Smokin! I decided to start with a show from my favorite venue. I love the first 20 seconds of Franklins where they ease into it way differently then I've heard before.

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Okay the Raven space is amazing but that one is really making me wish I had some weed Laughing

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spencer540 wrote:
Kochman wrote:
I hear you, my GD time comes in massive waves of over listening, then burning out... that's normal.

Drugs are unnecessary for the enjoyment of Jerry though...


There not necessary by any means, but they really put me in the moment.

I hear you brother...

spencer540 wrote:
Okay the Raven space is amazing but that one is really making me wish I had some weed.

I hear you brother...
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Kochman wrote:
I hear you, my GD time comes in massive waves of over listening, then burning out... that's normal.

Drugs are unnecessary for the enjoyment of Jerry though...


There not necessary by any means, but they really put me in the moment.

I hear you brother...

spencer540 wrote:
Okay the Raven space is amazing but that one is really making me wish I had some weed.

I hear you brother...



You been hangin out with Hulk Hogan again, BROTHER?!!

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I need to say something so the computer thinks I'm following this thread again.
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swamiGD80s wrote:
Kochman wrote:
spencer540 wrote:
Kochman wrote:
I hear you, my GD time comes in massive waves of over listening, then burning out... that's normal.

Drugs are unnecessary for the enjoyment of Jerry though...


There not necessary by any means, but they really put me in the moment.

I hear you brother...

spencer540 wrote:
Okay the Raven space is amazing but that one is really making me wish I had some weed.

I hear you brother...



You been hangin out with Hulk Hogan again, BROTHER?!!

Unfortunately, I haven't seen the Hulk in quite some time...
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Music Never Stopped>Sugaree>Music Never Stopped from 8/7/82

I suggest this more for the novelty as I think it was done only one other time. Wish it had been done more. Not the best versions, by far of either of these songs by themselves.
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Music Never Stopped>Sugaree>Music Never Stopped from 8/7/82


My friend has Dick's Pick's 32 and I actually heard that whole show 3 or 4 years ago. It was probably the first 80's show I've ever heard. Great version of both the songs.

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I'm surprised that no one has mentioned 5/16/81. I think it's one of the best shows of that year.

The entire second set is played en suite and it's packed with some very exciting jamming:

Shakedown> Bertha> Sailor> Saint> Spanish Jam> Drums> Truckin'> Nobody's Jam> Stella> GDTRFB> Saturday Night

5/8/77 is not the only great show the Grateful Dead performed at Barton Hall Wink
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I'm surprised that no one has mentioned 5/16/81. I think it's one of the best shows of that year.

The entire second set is played en suite and it's packed with some very exciting jamming:

Shakedown> Bertha> Sailor> Saint> Spanish Jam> Drums> Truckin'> Nobody's Jam> Stella> GDTRFB> Saturday Night

5/8/77 is not the only great show the Grateful Dead performed at Barton Hall Wink

5/7/80 is pretty cool too!
I love 5/16/81, the Spanish Jam in particular.
Good call NBT.
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February 1981 has something for everyone!
2/26. 2/27, and 2/28

Uptown Theater ALWAYS delivers!!!!

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For TMNS in this period I would like the 7-31-82 rendition from Manor Downs.
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Good pick!

I also like the one from 12/30/82, 9/25/81, 2/26/81, 3/13/81, and 3/5/81

Although there is aud issues, my favorite from this era has to be from 12/7/81 Jerry/Bobby brew up a life threatening cyclone, right within the amidst of cyclone county at the University of Iowa. Check it out!

I KNOW they are out there, but in general this song didn't REALLY kick ass again until the Vinny Era

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February 1981 has something for everyone!
2/26. 2/27, and 2/28

Uptown Theater ALWAYS delivers!!!!


Suppose Im in the mood for "Quadiblet for Tenderfeet"? - Will those Uptown shows give me that? Huh? Laughing

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PostPosted: Wed May 04, 2011 10:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shakedown Street, 4/17/82. If you do not dig this, something is seriously wrong with you. This version is amazing.

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PostPosted: Wed May 04, 2011 11:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Duderino wrote:
Shakedown Street, 4/17/82. If you do not dig this, something is seriously wrong with you. This version is amazing.


Major +1 here ...and the energy carries through the rest of what is one of my favorite ever 2nd Sets.

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Duderino wrote:
Shakedown Street, 4/17/82. If you do not dig this, something is seriously wrong with you. This version is amazing.


Major +1 here ...and the energy carries through the rest of what is one of my favorite ever 2nd Sets.


... so swami what did Djokovic doto deserve to be your avatar? Do you play tennis?

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PostPosted: Thu May 05, 2011 1:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Duderino wrote:
Shakedown Street, 4/17/82. If you do not dig this, something is seriously wrong with you. This version is amazing.


Major +1 here ...and the energy carries through the rest of what is one of my favorite ever 2nd Sets.

Amen. Really like the UJB out of space, which then spaces out at the end with a great transition into NFA. The Sailor>Saint>Circumstantial Spanish Jam aint shabby either.

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PostPosted: Thu May 05, 2011 7:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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swamiGD80s wrote:
Duderino wrote:
Shakedown Street, 4/17/82. If you do not dig this, something is seriously wrong with you. This version is amazing.


Major +1 here ...and the energy carries through the rest of what is one of my favorite ever 2nd Sets.


... so swami what did Djokovic doto deserve to be your avatar? Do you play tennis?



Djokovic just won his 29th match in a row in 2011, tying the best streak in the last 25 years in men's tennis. I am a tennis fan, and yes I play.

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Another great 81 moment.
5/8/81 Not Fade Away>Stella Blue>Sugar Mag. The NFA is slinky and snakey, and rolls right into a monster Stella that is done just exactly perfect. Great vocals, they nail the bridge and some excellent playing on the outro by Garcia. The real treat is a thundering, raging Sugar Mags. Might be my favorite version right now. I was listening to this sequence last night on my way home from band practice and was blown away - I think I was listening to a matrix - or a really damn clear FOB. The nice thing was that Phil decided to turn up this night.

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I am waiting for more feedback from Spencer540 before I add anymore!
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Thanks to those whose wisdom on this thread inadvertently contributed to this just-for-the-sake-of-it gathered-in-one-place compilation which may be of use to a curious 'beginner' who's overwhelmed by the prospect of plunging into whole shows or even by an 'intermediate' listener who fancies being reminded of what he or she needs to be reminded about.

Plop's Morsels 1981

Vol.1
1 - Scarlet Begonias [Chicago 27 Feb]
2 - Fire On The Mountain [Chicago 27 Feb]
3 - China Cat Rider [NY 9 March]
4 - Samson & Delilah [NY 9 March]
5 - Looks Like Rain [Denver 13 July]
6 - Let It Grow [Hampton 1 May]
7 - Deal [Hampton 1 May]

Vol.2
1 - Playing In The Band [Austin 4 July]
2 - Bird Song [New York 9 March]
3 - Estimated Prophet [Uniondale 9 May]
4 - Eyes Of The World [Uniondale 9 May]
5 - The Wheel [Long Beach 28 August]
6 - Never Trust A Woman [Long Beach 28 August]
7 - Jam [Long Beach 28 August]
8 - Cassidy [Amsterdam 16 October]

Vol.3
1- China Cat Sunflower [Boulder 9 December]
2 - I Know You Rider [Boulder 9 December]
3 - Playin' In The Band [London 2 October]
4 - Shakedown Street [London 2 October]
5 - Scarlet Begonias [Utah 12 August]
6 - Fire On The Mountain [Utah 12 August]
7 - He's Gone [East Troy 11 July]
8 - Truckin' [East Troy 11 July]

Vol.4
1 - Feel Like A Stranger [Hampton 1 May]
2 - Franklin's Tower [Hampton 1 May]
3 - Bird Song [Austin 4 July]
4 - Black Peter [London 2 October]
5 - Not Fade Away [Uniondale 8 May]
6 - Stella Blue [Uniondale 8 May]
7 - Sugar Magnolia [Uniondale 8 May]

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PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2011 10:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

See now that's organization, and putting some thought into it. Nice!!

I just wanna add that on 10/8/81 in Copenhagen they played one of the most beautiful ever renditions of Terrapin, capping off an hour long dream sequence of Scarlet-Fire Playin-Terrapin(-Jam). In fact, I'm gonna listen to this Terrapin right now in honor of celebrating 1981.

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PostPosted: Wed May 18, 2011 8:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Soeharto1 wrote:
Thanks to those whose wisdom on this thread inadvertently contributed to this just-for-the-sake-of-it gathered-in-one-place compilation which may be of use to a curious 'beginner' who's overwhelmed by the prospect of plunging into whole shows or even by an 'intermediate' listener who fancies being reminded of what he or she needs to be reminded about.

Plop's Morsels 1981

Vol.1
1 - Scarlet Begonias [Chicago 27 Feb]
2 - Fire On The Mountain [Chicago 27 Feb]
3 - China Cat Rider [NY 9 March]
4 - Samson & Delilah [NY 9 March]
5 - Looks Like Rain [Denver 13 July]
6 - Let It Grow [Hampton 1 May]
7 - Deal [Hampton 1 May]

Vol.2
1 - Playing In The Band [Austin 4 July]
2 - Bird Song [New York 9 March]
3 - Estimated Prophet [Uniondale 9 May]
4 - Eyes Of The World [Uniondale 9 May]
5 - The Wheel [Long Beach 28 August]
6 - Never Trust A Woman [Long Beach 28 August]
7 - Jam [Long Beach 28 August]
8 - Cassidy [Amsterdam 16 October]

Vol.3
1- China Cat Sunflower [Boulder 9 December]
2 - I Know You Rider [Boulder 9 December]
3 - Playin' In The Band [London 2 October]
4 - Shakedown Street [London 2 October]
5 - Scarlet Begonias [Utah 12 August]
6 - Fire On The Mountain [Utah 12 August]
7 - He's Gone [East Troy 11 July]
8 - Truckin' [East Troy 11 July]

Vol.4
1 - Feel Like A Stranger [Hampton 1 May]
2 - Franklin's Tower [Hampton 1 May]
3 - Bird Song [Austin 4 July]
4 - Black Peter [London 2 October]
5 - Not Fade Away [Uniondale 8 May]
6 - Stella Blue [Uniondale 8 May]
7 - Sugar Magnolia [Uniondale 8 May]

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That's awesome! Good work!
I do contend the LIG choice, but I can't win them all (10/19). Very cool list!
That should definitely assist Spencer (and others) in getting down to business with 81!
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PostPosted: Wed May 18, 2011 8:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kochman wrote:
Soeharto1 wrote:
Thanks to those whose wisdom on this thread inadvertently contributed to this just-for-the-sake-of-it gathered-in-one-place compilation which may be of use to a curious 'beginner' who's overwhelmed by the prospect of plunging into whole shows or even by an 'intermediate' listener who fancies being reminded of what he or she needs to be reminded about.

Plop's Morsels 1981

Vol.1
1 - Scarlet Begonias [Chicago 27 Feb]
2 - Fire On The Mountain [Chicago 27 Feb]
3 - China Cat Rider [NY 9 March]
4 - Samson & Delilah [NY 9 March]
5 - Looks Like Rain [Denver 13 July]
6 - Let It Grow [Hampton 1 May]
7 - Deal [Hampton 1 May]

Vol.2
1 - Playing In The Band [Austin 4 July]
2 - Bird Song [New York 9 March]
3 - Estimated Prophet [Uniondale 9 May]
4 - Eyes Of The World [Uniondale 9 May]
5 - The Wheel [Long Beach 28 August]
6 - Never Trust A Woman [Long Beach 28 August]
7 - Jam [Long Beach 28 August]
8 - Cassidy [Amsterdam 16 October]

Vol.3
1- China Cat Sunflower [Boulder 9 December]
2 - I Know You Rider [Boulder 9 December]
3 - Playin' In The Band [London 2 October]
4 - Shakedown Street [London 2 October]
5 - Scarlet Begonias [Utah 12 August]
6 - Fire On The Mountain [Utah 12 August]
7 - He's Gone [East Troy 11 July]
8 - Truckin' [East Troy 11 July]

Vol.4
1 - Feel Like A Stranger [Hampton 1 May]
2 - Franklin's Tower [Hampton 1 May]
3 - Bird Song [Austin 4 July]
4 - Black Peter [London 2 October]
5 - Not Fade Away [Uniondale 8 May]
6 - Stella Blue [Uniondale 8 May]
7 - Sugar Magnolia [Uniondale 8 May]

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That's awesome! Good work!
I do contend the LIG choice, but I can't win them all (10/19). Very cool list!
That should definitely assist Spencer (and others) in getting down to business with 81!

The Dude abides by the LIG choice Cool
Excellent compilation!!

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That's awesome! Good work!
I do contend the LIG choice, but I can't win them all (10/19).


Yes, the Let It Grow from Barcelona is amazing. But (1) the copy I have sounds a bit ropey, and (2) the Hampton one - that got the nod - goes into a spiffing Deal, and (3) there was an executive decision - possibly shonky - to have only one Let It Grow in the compilation.
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PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2011 8:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey everybody, i'm a new face to this forum this is my first post here. For 81-82 some of my favs are:
9/26/1981 Playin->Bertha->Estimated->GDTRFB

5/5/1981 Truckin->Alabama Getaway

7/28/82 Let It Grow->He's Gone->Truckin->Drumz->Spanish Jam->Saint Stephen jam!!!!!!!->Not Fade Away.
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boise99 wrote:
Hey everybody, i'm a new face to this forum this is my first post


Hey there boise99. Welcome!
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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2011 7:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

boise99 wrote:
Hey everybody, i'm a new face to this forum this is my first post here. For 81-82 some of my favs are:
9/26/1981 Playin->Bertha->Estimated->GDTRFB

5/5/1981 Truckin->Alabama Getaway

7/28/82 Let It Grow->He's Gone->Truckin->Drumz->Spanish Jam->Saint Stephen jam!!!!!!!->Not Fade Away.


Welcome / Benvenuto / Dobrodošao

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boise99 wrote:
Hey everybody, i'm a new face to this forum this is my first post here. For 81-82 some of my favs are:
9/26/1981 Playin->Bertha->Estimated->GDTRFB

5/5/1981 Truckin->Alabama Getaway

7/28/82 Let It Grow->He's Gone->Truckin->Drumz->Spanish Jam->Saint Stephen jam!!!!!!!->Not Fade Away.


welcome boise99!
Excellent picks - great minds think alike Cool
the 5/5/81 post drums is underrated. I love the brief sorta Spanish Jam after Truckin.

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boise99 wrote:
Hey everybody, i'm a new face to this forum this is my first post here. For 81-82 some of my favs are:
9/26/1981 Playin->Bertha->Estimated->GDTRFB

5/5/1981 Truckin->Alabama Getaway

7/28/82 Let It Grow->He's Gone->Truckin->Drumz->Spanish Jam->Saint Stephen jam!!!!!!!->Not Fade Away.

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That Buffalo 9-26-81 sequence features the guitar section at its very best. Both Jerry and Bobby were in peak form and clearly feeding off of each other's energy. Definite time capsule material there.

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Once again, thanks to those posters whose knowledge on this thread contributed to this take-it-or-leave-it, fleeting-pleasure compilation which may be useful for curious 'beginners' who are daunted by the prospect of wading neck deep in whole shows or even by 'intermediate' listeners who fancy a wee reminder of stuff that hasn't received Ear Attention for a while.

Plop's Morsels 1982

Vol.1
1 Let It Grow [28 July]
2 He's Gone [28 July]
3 Truckin [28 July]
4 Jam [28 July]
5 Jam [28 July]
6 Jam - Not Fade Away [28 July]
7 Shakedown Street [28 December]
8 Friend Of The Devil [21 May]

Vol.2
1 Scarlet Begonias [26 November]
2 Fire On The Mountain [26 November]
3 Lost Sailor - Saint of Circumstance [22 May]
4 Bird Song [21 February]
5 Shakedown Street [17 April]
6 Row Jimmy [4 August]
8 The Music Never Stopped [31 July]
9 Jack Straw [24 September]

Vol.3
1 China Cat Sunflower [24 September]
2 I Know You Rider [24 September]
3 Drums and Space [19 April]
4 Shakedown Street [6 April]
5 Lost Sailor [6 April]
6 Saint Of Circumstance [6 April]
7 Terrapin Station [6 April]
8 Ship Of Fools [23 May]

Vol.4
1 Playing In The Band [21 May]
2 Uncle John's Band [21 May]
3 Drums and Space [21 May]
4 The Wheel [21 May]
5 Playing In The Band [21 May]
6 Shakedown Street [3 August]
7 Samson and Delilah [3 August]

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