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PostPosted: Tue Dec 02, 2008 7:55 pm    Post subject: 1981 Reply with quote

First let me say what this IS NOT INENDED TO BE.... and that is A LIST OF FAVORITE SHOWS OR RECOMMENDATIONS from this year.

Instead, this is meant to be a discussion of the merits of 1981 in contrast to other years on the whole, and/or a discussion of the specific qualities of this year (i.e. song choices, jams, sounds).

1981 is my 2nd favorite live GD year ever. I find it to be full of great shows, with gems-a-plenty. What makes 1981 such an outstanding year? A full repartoire of songs - the Go To Heaven material having been pretty much perfected, plenty of reckognizable and unique jam sequences (Gone Jams, Circumstancial Jams, Supplication Jams, Spanish Jams, Nobody's Jams, Caution Jam, etc..), Jerry still at the peak of his lead guitar playing ability, the emergence of "Cheesy Bobby" in his full fruition, and in my opinion Brent at his finest on the keys.

In my early "Deadbase" years, 1981 seemed to be very unpopular. However since the advent of "Speeding Arrow," and now in what we can call the Modern Era of GD bootlegs, it seems to be getting more of the appreciation that it deserves. Even still I find it to be underrated in comparison to 1979 and 1980, what I consider to be inferior years.

So again, without your obligatory list of favorites, let the opinions be heard (seen).

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm a HUGE fan of 81.
Lucky to have attended 3 shows that year whilst a high school junior (3/7, 5/1 and 9/27). It looms large in my mythology because 3/7 and 5/1 were the first shows I dosed at and really "got it" (helped that both shows ripped..)
The band seemed at a peak that year. Fresh off the Warfield/Radio City runs and the 15th anniversary, they had a big repertoire and the shows were always meaty - 10 song first sets were probably the average.
2 trips to Europe, excellent tours in the late Winter, MAY Shocked , July and August (the 81 summer tour never seems to get much play but there are many outstanding shows - 7/4, 7/5, 7/10 7/11, 7/14, 8/12, 8/14, 8/27, 8/28... )
The first Greek run which is awesome......and when they got back from Europe, a damn good late Nov/December tour. Oh yeah, and a hot New Years run.
They also brought back Baby Blue, Might As Well and Cumberland back in the rotation. So there you have it. The only drawback is that Phil was a bit, uh...laid back . I might have to listen to some 81 tommorow - 3/10/85 playing right now. Very Happy

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

LOVE 81!!!!! I've been spending a lot of time in 81 recently and the shows for the most part are awesome. Brent has settled in nicely and that pays off in a big way. I am finding the shows to be pretty high energy and there a plenty of really good sounding shows from this year. For some reason the sound from 82 differs a bit from 81 and I don't know what is the cause. To me at least, the boards from 81 just have a depth to them that 82 doesn't. Even some of the audience tapes have a fuller sound.

As far as favorites there are many to choose. 10/4 is perhaps my favorite first set EVER. I will someday give it a proper review. From that same European tour you have to love the Melk Weg shows, 10/6 is high energy, 3/28 with Pete Townshend, though before he appears is better, The Greek run especially 9/12, of course Long Beach 8/28, 12/31. Those are my picks, but there are still some others that are very strong as well. From summer tour until the end of the year seems to me , a time when the band was really on.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:54 pm    Post subject: picks Reply with quote

Let me try to steer the thread back AWAY FROM people's picks Laughing

Re Lucas's point about the different sound in 1982 - the main cause of the change in sound I feel was Brent. He used a much different keyboard sound in '82 - ditching the vibrant circus tones in favor of more traditional electric piano action.

Re Duderino's point about Phil - indeed, that is why 1981 is my 2nd favorite year and not my 1st. I will however point out 7-05-81 Shakedown Street, which features an awesome, Phil-driven funk jam.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 02, 2008 10:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I also think Jerry took a bit of a turn from 81 to 82 as well. Hate to say it but his appearence changed a bit and I think his playing took a bit of a hit as well. Also didn't Phil and Jerry switch sides at the begining of 82? Didn't think of that.....Maybe they started hearing things a little different after the switch.

Point taken on the keys change. I love that swirling sound Brent had in that 79-81 period. I think it added a little extra to the more jammed out tunes. Those Shakedowns are pretty awesome.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 8:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

lucasmcain wrote:
I also think Jerry took a bit of a turn from 81 to 82 as well. Hate to say it but his appearence changed a bit and I think his playing took a bit of a hit as well.
- i.e. - he got fatter and more junked out.
And yes they did switch sides - Spring tour 82.
I love 82, but there is more inconsistency that year, and the shows got a touch shorter with less jamming than 81 - I cant think of any remarkable "Gone" jams that year. 82 was the first year I saw a weak show.

As far as Phil, its interesting that in some audience sources you can really hear him, but on other sources and SBD's he was definately turned down. I date the Phil-lite period as being from late 1980 (maybe he forgot to turn up after the acoustic sets Laughing ) until Fall 82. He started to get more in the mix and by 83 he was dropping bombs left and right.

I'm going to listen to 12/3/81 today

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 8:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Duderino wrote:
82 was the first year I saw a weak show.


Interesting note... the beginning of a long fall?

To irritate Swami, let me start off with listing several of the shows that I like from the year... 5/6, 7/4, 10/2, 10/19
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Ok, now down to business. You guys have written some good stuff.
One thing I like about 81... consistency. Both 80 & 82 have shows that just don't do it for me. I can put on about any 81, and feel satisfied.
The year has it all, whacky exploratory jams, larger repetoire, break outs, and most important to me, intense Jerry noodling!!! Holy shit! I subscribe to Swami's opinion that 79-81 were the best 3 years for Jerry as a lead guitarist. There was no tiger... that is about the only thing missing (well, a darkstar or two would've been nice, and a H>S>F)... ok, Phil was, as noted above, often missing too.
Jerry was feeling it all year, his noodling was never aimless (though I rarely find it to be disappointing even in years where the noodling is aimless, I love me some noodles). His notes were like razors, cutting into my skull. I can't get enough.

This year often is my number 1 year, but that changes from time to time. Definitely in my solid top 3 years though.
So, I will stop failing at trying to sound smart... the meat of the comments have been cooked by you guys already, just let me re-enforce the NOODLING rules and 1981 FUCKING ROCKS!!!
Jerry Rocks


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 9:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jerry DOMINATED in 81, especially the Feb/March tour. 3/7/81 AUD is like listening to Jerry Garcia the guitar slinger and his backing band, the Grateful Dead.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 10:40 am    Post subject: Hungry for Hippo Reply with quote

Last night I listened to some of one of my favorites - a show never talked about. The Estimated-Eyes is pure, unadulterated bliss....oh, and the rest of the show is damn good too. Since you guys are droppin show dates I gotta join the party.

Grateful Dead
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Location Paris, France

Date 10/17/81 - Saturday posters tickets, passes & laminates

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Shakedown Street [13:54] > New Minglewood Blues [7:07] ; Candyman [6:35] ;Me And My Uncle [3:01] > Big River [5:12] ; Althea [4:17#] > Little Red Rooster [7:52] ; Brown Eyed Women [5:52] > Looks Like Rain [8:07] ; Don't Ease Me In [3:10]

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Truckin' [7:51] > Bird Song [8:59] > Never Trust A Woman [5:#48] ; Estimated Prophet [12:32] > Eyes Of The World [8:40] > Drums [8:#05] > Space [5:59] > Not Fade Away [6:28] > Morning Dew [12:01] > Around And Around [3:51]> One More Saturday Night [4:19]

Encore U.S. Blues [5:18]

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 11:29 am    Post subject: Re: Hungry for Hippo Reply with quote

swamiGD80s wrote:
Since you guys are droppin show dates I gotta join the party.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 12:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The February Uptown Theater run is a year in its own!(Jerry and Brent showcase)
I love 81. It's peak year, things start going down hill after it. It's ok though, because the hill isn't very steep Smile

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 12:51 pm    Post subject: Re: Hungry for Hippo Reply with quote

swamiGD80s wrote:
Last night I listened to some of one of my favorites - a show never talked about. The Estimated-Eyes is pure, unadulterated bliss....oh, and the rest of the show is damn good too. Since you guys are droppin show dates I gotta join the party.

Grateful Dead
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Date 10/17/81 - Saturday posters tickets, passes & laminates

One

Shakedown Street [13:54] > New Minglewood Blues [7:07] ; Candyman [6:35] ;Me And My Uncle [3:01] > Big River [5:12] ; Althea [4:17#] > Little Red Rooster [7:52] ; Brown Eyed Women [5:52] > Looks Like Rain [8:07] ; Don't Ease Me In [3:10]

Two

Truckin' [7:51] > Bird Song [8:59] > Never Trust A Woman [5:#48] ; Estimated Prophet [12:32] > Eyes Of The World [8:40] > Drums [8:#05] > Space [5:59] > Not Fade Away [6:28] > Morning Dew [12:01] > Around And Around [3:51]> One More Saturday Night [4:19]

Encore U.S. Blues [5:18]


Great show. the SBD is a little hissy as I recall, but definately a strong performance. And ya gotta love Truckin>Birdsong!

Oh, and IMO the downhill slide started probably about 2AM on 1/1/82, when
Joan Baez sang on Baby Blue and butchered it. Jer must've upped his dose of Persian and sought solace in a big bowl of Haagen Daz after that one. Laughing

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 7:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The schedule might have also contributed to the downward spiral here. Just a quick look and Jerry played about 74 shows with JGB in 81 and a few more in 82. I think also that the Dead were averaging about 80 shows in those same years and there ya have it. That is a lot of road time even if you did keep in good health.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2008 7:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

8/16/81, a swami special, is certainly solid! Listening to the pre-drums tonight. Love it! Jammin' in Eyes of the World right now, great pace, etc.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2009 1:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think in 81 Brent had finally settled in and it shows. Also there seemed to be a nice continuous amount of shows that just smoked. I am listenin to the 8/16/81 show right now. Near flawless. The song selection was just amazing also.

All the Europe fun also helped the music I think as well.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2009 1:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The funny part about this thread is, the very beginning of the originating post is saying not to post lists...
Why? We should discuss the year, but not mention any of the specific shows?

Come on.

Anyhow, here is a Kochman list of 81... certainly gappy... but, I know these are winners.

2/81 (all three)
3/21/81
3/28/81
5/81 (yep, the whole month)
7/4/81
8/16/81
Europe Fall Tour (the whole thing)
12/26/81
12/31/81
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2009 1:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kochman wrote:
The funny part about this thread is, the very beginning of the originating post is saying not to post lists...
Why? We should discuss the year, but not mention any of the specific shows?

Come on.

Anyhow, here is a Kochman list of 81... certainly gappy... but, I know these are winners.

2/81 (all three)
3/21/81
3/28/81
5/81 (yep, the whole month)
7/4/81
8/16/81
Europe Fall Tour (the whole thing)
12/26/81
12/31/81


The list was bound to happen. I really dig the fall Europe tour. 8/16 has just made its way on to the list even as I type. 3/9/81 is also lots of fun.
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1981 is one of my favs as well. Like you I lament the absence of Phil etc. etc. but the fact that a Phil-less sound is still considered one of the best periods for the band HAS to say somethign abotu what was going on. For me 1980 > 1981 is kinda like 1971 > 1972. I cannot honestly say I've bothered to listen to an entire 1980 show...I always get "x" amount of the way through and realise that I'm just not really digging it. Nothing seem THERE yet...almost there, sure....but as of yet unfulfilled. Then all of a sudden 81 rolls around and everything is just clicking left and right. So much is going so well so consistently it's hard to fathom how the boys pulled off such feats of consistency and crativity simultaneously. All in all a grate year....God, I wish I had been alive then! Very Happy

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Listening to 5/16/81 right now. Shocked High Time>LIG>Don't Ease Me In left me in a puddle of pudding. Are there better LIGs? Looking forward to The 2nd set. I have heard this show before(It's on my ipod) But not in a long time. Was growing a bit weary(dare I say it?) 72>74...gulp!---"Don't murder me."

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 5:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

fillmoreeast wrote:
Listening to 5/16/81 right now. Shocked High Time>LIG>Don't Ease Me In left me in a puddle of pudding. Are there better LIGs?

Try 5/1/81 LIG>Deal. Both are nuts. The MOTB recording is the best source, followed by the Wise AUD.

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jjkrause84 wrote:
1981 is one of my favs as well. Like you I lament the absence of Phil etc. etc. but the fact that a Phil-less sound is still considered one of the best periods for the band HAS to say somethign abotu what was going on. For me 1980 > 1981 is kinda like 1971 > 1972. I cannot honestly say I've bothered to listen to an entire 1980 show...I always get "x" amount of the way through and realise that I'm just not really digging it. Nothing seem THERE yet...almost there, sure....but as of yet unfulfilled. Then all of a sudden 81 rolls around and everything is just clicking left and right. So much is going so well so consistently it's hard to fathom how the boys pulled off such feats of consistency and crativity simultaneously. All in all a grate year....God, I wish I had been alive then! Very Happy

Check out my response to the 5/1/80 post right below this (as of right now)
I listed many 1980 recs - you should check them out. Lots to love about 80 IMO.
A little more Phil in the spring and high energy, tight playing.

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I have expressed my lack of love for Tennessee Jed in the past. However, that being said after immersing myself in 05/01/81 tonight it friggin' rips as does the entire show, as Duderino will tell you. The Althea is top notch, Bobby rips the head off of the rooster, and I am just re-diving into set II.
I am officially converted, give it a listen if you have any spare time and you will smile from ear to ear Very Happy

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cowboysth24 wrote:
I have expressed my lack of love for Tennessee Jed in the past. However, that being said after immersing myself in 05/01/81 tonight it friggin' rips as does the entire show, as Duderino will tell you. The Althea is top notch, Bobby rips the head off of the rooster, and I am just re-diving into set II.
I am officially converted, give it a listen if you have any spare time and you will smile from ear to ear Very Happy

5/1/81 was my 5th show and the one I REALLY got the Dead. The LIG>Deal is sick beyond belief as is the whole 2nd set. The boys were on that night. I'm plastered and supposed to be hosting a party at my house but im up here noodling on my guitar and smokin... Rolling Eyes

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Rock on Dude. I'm must say I'm wicked jealous of you attending this show, they were definitely on. I'm just starting to lash the mast in 2nd set Lost Sailor.
Also if anyone cares to see DSO on 11/18 at State Theatre in Ithaca I'd be happy to put you all up in my abode in Cortland, gimmie a shout!

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cowboysth24 wrote:
Rock on Dude. I'm must say I'm wicked jealous of you attending this show, they were definitely on. I'm just starting to lash the mast in 2nd set Lost Sailor.
Also if anyone cares to see DSO on 11/18 at State Theatre in Ithaca I'd be happy to put you all up in my abode in Cortland, gimmie a shout!

What is weird is how lame the show the night before is at Greensboro. I listened to it the other day. A few bright spots, but pretty dismal. First show of the tour jitters I guess. I'd love to take you up on DSO, but cant swing it. We camped outside of Ithaca this summer, and the State Theatre looks like a great venue.

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lucasmcain wrote:
bump

bumpi-di-bump.
I recently relistend to 3/5 and 3/6/81 Stanley Theatre. Goddamn.
The 3/5 jam>Passenger>Scarlet>Fire, Playin is beyond sick and 3/6, although looks more "standard" is butt-kicking jamming action.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2011 5:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ask me for three shows from March '81 and i'll tell you 3/5, 3/6 and 3/12 Razz

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I would add 3/7, 3/9 and 3/10 to that list as well.

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Is there a good sounding 3-5?
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bzfgt wrote:
Is there a good sounding 3-5?

There is a SBD of the 2nd set but it is slightly slow.
I'm pretty sure I ran across a better sounding AUD than JIm Wise's recently.

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Yeah, the SBD I've heard sounds really bad too, pretty thin. I'll hunt around for an AUD.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2011 5:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well Swami,
Let me say this. I was never a huge fan of 81, until we got to know each other better and you turned mebin that direction. There are some shows from 81 that are just fucking awesome, and I didnt see that coming at all until I started with your recommendations. So yeah, 1981 to me is one of my top years now, and I owe that to you for showing me the light. So a big GRATEFUL thank you for that. Hope is all going god for ya brother.
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colonialsrv wrote:
Well Swami,
Let me say this. I was never a huge fan of 81, until we got to know each other better and you turned mebin that direction. There are some shows from 81 that are just fucking awesome, and I didnt see that coming at all until I started with your recommendations. So yeah, 1981 to me is one of my top years now, and I owe that to you for showing me the light. So a big GRATEFUL thank you for that. Hope is all going god for ya brother.
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Never thank me; always thank Jerry. And you are now officially ready for the Hour of Power: 10/08/81 Copenhagen, Scarlet-Fire Playin-Terrapin-Jam.

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I always enjoy reading about a successful conversion to the light.
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