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Points of Light #s 16-20

 
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 19, 2013 8:07 pm    Post subject: Points of Light #s 16-20 Reply with quote

#20 4/13/1983 Patrick Gym, UVM, Burlington, VT
#19 12/16/1986 Coliseum Arena, Oakland, CA
#18 11/20/1985 Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland, CA
#17 4/1/1988 Meadowlands Arena , East Rutherford, NJ
#16 8/3/1982 Starlight Theatre, Kansas City, MO


More Kasems, with Christmas now only 6 days away - as we enter the Top 20. 3 more Estimated-Eyes to add to Z-magic's list, well as a couple of Oakland Iko Ikos. Also Jack Straw fans, 4 hot versions of Straw for you out of these 5. #16 has my favorite version of Shakedown Street.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 20, 2013 12:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

As we get closer to the fact the no more shows will remain, I'm starting to panic!

Definitely some solids here, but seeing 11/20/85 makes me realize 11/21/85 will not be on the list. The Great Debate of Nov 85 remains.

4/1/88 is fucking awesome.

I think I need to give 12/16/86 another shot! Definitely neglected it, and surprised to see it so high! I will go with the Swami matrix recommendation. Garcia's comeback period deserves to have the crowd interaction recognized in the mix.

8/3/82 has long been a favorite, since I was stuck in the desert wasteland that is Kandahar Airfield, and it was a Dick's Pick I had...

And, also, 4/13/83 is a smoker!

EDIT: It has come to my attention I'm referring to 8/7/82, not 8/3/82... but I do, at the same time remember 8/3/82, for the Shakedown>Samson in particular.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 20, 2013 7:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Listening to 12/16/86 as I pack...
Bucket truly showed the Fat Man was back! Great tone and energy.
Row Jimmy was poignant.

Now I'm in the cowboy medley...

More to come.

Up to Push Comes to Shove...
Definite moments of X Factor in this show... flowing in Big River, and just got some in the culmination jam of Minglewood.

The drummers definitely push this show into the High ranking at this point! It's a team effort, but they get a special shot out because they are sometimes calamitous in this era...

More X in Sugaree as he shows off his fresh out of a comma chops.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 21, 2013 2:52 am    Post subject: Re: Points of Light #s 16-20 Reply with quote

swamiGD80s wrote:
#20 4/13/1983 Patrick Gym, UVM, Burlington, VT

Whoa. That Scarlet Begonias jam was spectacular. I've kind of listened to this set backwards, starting with post-drums. That's a totally sweet back half! They really go the distance on Morning Dew. Garcia keeps looping it out until Lesh slowly turns up the heat. Garcia's voice throughout the set (when he's remembering lyrics Laughing ) is very good. The biggest surprise, though, is the tail end of Good Love. Weir somehow manages to lead a DOA wow-this-is-laughably-embarassing rap ("teeter, teeter, teeter..." Rolling Eyes ) into something really fantastic. The world will never see another Bob Weir; in his prime he was the most uncanny musician imaginable. Ace.

A bona-fide top-20 show, and new to me. Thanks, Swami!

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 23, 2013 11:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

One of the only full fledged "Maybe You Know" renditions is why I first spotted this one a few years ago.
Definitely a winner.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 25, 2014 12:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Regarding 8/3/82, upon further review, I'd have to go with the newer Miller SBD over the Matrix as a source, by a long shot. The matrix suffers from that common AUD problem, bass saturation.

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