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PostPosted: Sun Jan 25, 2009 6:48 pm    Post subject: What Jerry Show did you listen to recently.... Reply with quote

2/28/83
Set 1

How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
They Love Each Other
Valerie >
Run For The Roses >
Deal

Set 2

Knockin' On Heaven's Door >
Don't Let Go
Dear Prudence >
Midnight Moonlight


Average JGB show. Nothing really noteworthy. Don't Let Go isn't the longest but it jams a little. Good Deal but I've heard better.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 2:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jerry Garcia Band - 1/13/84
Paramount Northwest Theatre
Seattle, Washington

1st Set: How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You), They Love Each Other,
I Second That Emotion, Simple Twist Of Fate, Run For The Roses

Set 2: Cats Under The Stars, I'll Take A Melody, Mississippi Moon,
Love In The Afternoon, Tangled Up In Blue

Not bad, sound is okay, performance a B+ or A- if I was gonna give my grade. I'll Take A Melody is my highlight. From my review: "we get to hear Melvin shine some on organ (much of this show to this point he's been lost in the recording mix.) Wow! -- the ultimate peak of this tune, with about three minutes left, just blows the roof off the theater!! Whew!!"

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2009 1:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

2/28/82 The Stone, SF,Ca.

Set 1

How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
They Love Each Other
After Midnight
Mississippi Moon
Tangled Up In Blue


Set 2
Sugaree
Love In The Afternoon
Tore Up Over You
Midnight Moonlight

The recording picks up at They Love Eachother. To me it seems like there is a guest on Keyboards, perhaps Merl because there is some serious funky keys going on on top of Melvin's regular sound. It's similar to Merl's work on Leave Your Hat On. There is no mention of a guest by the band or the Jerry Site, so I'm miffed. The rest of the show goes on without that sound returning. After Midnight rocks out whole lot faster than the After Midnight> Elenor Rigby of the past. It takes a little getting adjusting but it's good.

The second set had me boppin' this morning. A very good Sugaree which peaks nicely. Love in the Afternoon hits a great groove and is just perfect for a Sunday morning. Tore Up and Midnight Moonlight close a a very enjoyable JGB show.

The quality is Sbd. There is a weird effect on Garcia's vocal that definately sound like he was running the mics through a pedal effect. Sounds like a chorus pedal, but I'm no expert on his rig set up. It's not too annoying, just different and something I haven't encountered before.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 2:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Listened to Saunders/Garcia at The Keystone. The album is called WELL MATCHED Great stuff...not sure of the dates. Some tunes include- After Midnite. Positively 4th St., 2nd that emotion, Lonely Ave, The Harder They Come and more. Cool

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 10:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

11/25/83 Cleveland. (i thiink thats the date, or it might be 11/27..) Great show with a
Rhapsody In (Sh)Red

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Just Jerry and his acoustic, a thing of true beauty.....

Performance B+
Setlist A
Sound A+(incredible)
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 10:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Actually, this is one of my all timers and I created a cover for it some time ago....Here it is....


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 1:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jerry Garcia, Merl Saunders, John Kahn, Bill Kreutzmann
February 6, 1972
Pacific High Recording Studio, San Francisco

It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry,
Expressway (To Your Heart), That's The Touch I Like,
Save Mother Earth-> Imagine, That's Alright, Mama,
Who's Loving You Tonight?, When I Paint My Masterpiece,
Lonely Avenue, How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)


A+! (maybe only an A if you're a little more conservative.)

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 08, 2009 1:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mar 6, 1976
Moore's Egyptian Theater, Seattle, WA


- Set 1 -
Tore Up Over You
Catfish John
Russian Lullaby
They Love Each Other
Mystery Train
Who Was John
Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Lonesome And A Long Way From Home

- Set 2 -
Harder They Come
Friend Of The Devil
After Midnight
Moonlight Mile
A Strange Man
I Want To Tell You >
My Sisters And Brothers
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)

76 Jerry shows are definately an aquired taste. Most either take it or leave it. There are reasons that this version of JGB catches a lot of flack. First off this is JGB slowed down to a crawl and that in some instances is being kind. The tempo on even the faster tunes is a hair above school zone speeds. Another mark on them is Donna is present and seeing how much crap she gets from the heads on her Dead perfromances, that same crap follows her to JGB.

But if you can put aside your predjudices and get in the right mood.....You can find some unique playing that made this era stand apart from the rest. You might not like it, but there is no denying it exsists.

So we find ourselves with this show. First set starts out with a rocking ( in 76 terms) Tore Up. This moves onto a slowed down version of Catfish John that gives the feeling of laziliy fishing by the river on a hot humid southern afternoon. By Russian Lullaby no one has made any blistering statements. But the weird thing is that while the tempo, singing, and pacing are all dragging at half speed, Garcia's playing at time comes across relly well. He is holding back a little and his phrasings seem to want to jump out. What you get is bright playing on a dull surface. Just a different way of hearing him play.

No real stand outs for the rest of the set. I always like Lonseome and a Long way from Home so I'm happy.

Set two get interesting for a couple of reasons. One is Donna. Here we get to hear her break loose with singing and using her voice as an instument. She complements the lazy vocals and doesn't overwhelm. It sounds good and the song choices seemed well matched to her singing. Moonlight Mile is when things get interesting . It starts off a little rough but by the end they hit a groove that stuck with me. Then Donna gets a solo slot for Stange Man and she nails it. There's the voice I wish had translated to Dead tunes. Here it just works.

I Want To Tell You > My Brother's and Sister is smooth like butter. Or in this case knee deep chocolate fudge....thick and creamy.

So it may not be for everybody. The very slow pace of songs can get to you....or just flat out put you to sleep. But the playing is still good. Jerry gives his tunes a lot of room to breathe. Donna shines through with great background vocals and Keith contibutes in a more stuctured manner. Try the second set if you're looking for something different. The recoding quality is pretty good considering some guy is holding the mics with his hands ( his friend asks him at one point how his armpits are doing. Got to love the Tapers man!
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 12:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Really dig they're version of Moonlight Mile Cool

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 4:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

7/9/76 Keystone
8/22/76 Keystone
9/12/76 Keystone
11/20/76 Pismo Theatre

I am REALLY digging 76 Garcia Band right now and I will have to admit the main reason is Donna! She is just tearing it up and the crowd is eating it up as well. Her voice fits perfectly here in these arrangements. I'm seeing now why Jerry had her around. Just good stuff. If you need something a little different check out 76 JGB shows.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 4:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I did the 93 you recommended, the 11/12/93... awesome stuff.
People will never give it a chance because they dismiss 93 do to a few flop shows, but this is key stuff (as are many shows of the GD in 93).

What do you recommend next from 93 JGB lucasmcain?
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 7:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kochman wrote:
I did the 93 you recommended, the 11/12/93... awesome stuff.
People will never give it a chance because they dismiss 93 do to a few flop shows, but this is key stuff (as are many shows of the GD in 93).

What do you recommend next from 93 JGB lucasmcain?


You're pretty safe with early 93 shows. Try the 2nd Warfield run, most notably 2/16. Jerry is in pretty good form.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2009 8:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

3/19/78 Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, Pa


Set 1:
How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You
Catfish John
Cats Under The Stars
Simple Twist Of Fate
Tore Up Over You
Gomorrah
Mystery Train
The Harder They Come

Set 2:
Mission In The Rain
Love In The Afternoon
Let Me Roll It
I Second That Emotion
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
I'll Be With Thee
Midnight Moonlight
E: Palm Sunday

Kind of bumbed about this one. I was really enjoyinf the 76 shows with Keith and Donna. especially Donna. It was a different side to her that came out on those shows.

Here in 78 the JGB has added another vocalist and it is quite frankly TERRIBLE. I'll have to give more shows a listen but holy crap the female vocalization is fuckin awful. They are waaaaaay off key and almost unlistenable.

Jerry's playing is ok but not as pronounced as usual. Nothing to see here. Any redemption from the playing side goes away with the vocals. Might just be this show but blaghhhhh!!!!
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

93-11-05 - Thanks lucasmain. It's just as good as I remember. And not too bad an audience recording. Really makes me wish I'd gone to more JGB shows. Rolling Eyes

Set 1
Cats Under The Stars
Mission in the Rain
Simple Twist of Fate
That's What Love Will Make You Do
Breadbox
Like a Road
Deal

Set 2
Shining Star
Eyes of the Maker
Think
Reuben and Cherise
Gommorrah
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
E: How Sweet It Is

Cats! Standard JGB, but soooo nice. Always wished the Dead would play this one. The Deal set closer brought the house down. Jerry channels gods from outer space in the 8th minute of this 10+ minute screamer.

Second Set – ‘Shining-mutherfuckin-Star’ followed by a ‘Maker’ for the ages. Woah.. Pretty sure this one-two to open the second set was the highlight. 25 minutes of unmitigated soul and beauty. It’s hard to get a sense of how great this was from an AUD recording, but it was truly something to behold.

Think - Reuben - Gomorrah - Dixie! Stop it, Jerry. You spoil us!
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PostPosted: Thu May 07, 2009 11:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wanted to bump this one up and hope it will become more active on an ongoing basis.

I am listening to 2/6/72 that Zooma mentioned and is available for download from him. I totally agree with his A+ assessment. This has some hotter stuff (Expressway and Save Mother Earth), a sweet instrumental (Imagine) and some slower blues (Lonesome Avenue and "Whos Loving U tonight." I am surprised that Jerry does such a decent job singing slower blues tunes. The only thing missing is some jams in my view. He gave the set list, although his list is missing "I was made to love U.

Anyone else hear this and any reactions?

Any reactions to Garcia/Saunders from 72 and 73?
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 16, 2009 11:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jerry's playing is ok but not as pronounced as usual. Nothing to see here. Any redemption from the playing side goes away with the vocals. Might just be this show but blaghhhhh!!!!

Hey Lucas, I just saw this and I have to take umbrage as this is one of my favorite Jerry Band's.
If you start with Dixie it sounds like Jerry has either:
caught a cold,
run over his cat,
defected from the rebels,
or hit puberty at 36.
Either way, it's the slowest and most soul filled Dixie's I've ever heard.


And .....Mission
I'll Be With Thee
Gomorrah
Tore up
Mystery Train
are no slouches either

How 'bout a re-listen, especially to the Dixie.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 16, 2009 11:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Will do cowboysth24. I really didn't have a problem with Jerry but the gals were so off key it made it real difficult. I'll give it another try.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 2:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

cowboysth24 wrote:
Jerry's playing is ok but not as pronounced as usual. Nothing to see here. Any redemption from the playing side goes away with the vocals. Might just be this show but blaghhhhh!!!!

Hey Lucas, I just saw this and I have to take umbrage as this is one of my favorite Jerry Band's.
If you start with Dixie it sounds like Jerry has either:
caught a cold,
run over his cat,
defected from the rebels,
or hit puberty at 36.
Either way, it's the slowest and most soul filled Dixie's I've ever heard.


And .....Mission
I'll Be With Thee
Gomorrah
Tore up
Mystery Train
are no slouches either

How 'bout a re-listen, especially to the Dixie.


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What is the date of this show? Thanks for the upload!!! I would like to add to it to the Jerry Downloads section here at the Pub!!! Cool
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 9:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

LOM 7/3/77, Keystone - Set 2

Harder They Come
Simple Twist of Fat
Mystery Train
Knockin'
Tangled up in Blue

Knockin never sounded so good!
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 10:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What a great thread lucas Very Happy

I listen to JGB / LOM / Reconstruction a lot.

This is what I'm playing right now:

    Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders
    Keystone
    Berkeley, CA
    July 22, 1974

    Jerry Garcia - guitar, vocals
    Merl Saunders - keyboards, vocals
    John Kahn - bass
    Martin Fierro - saxophone, flute
    Bill Kreutzmann - drums

    Disc 1 67:56
    1st Set: - or early show
    1. //Instrumental
    2. Boogie On Reggae Woman
    3. Wondering Why
    4. How Sweet It Is //
    5. // You Can Leave Your Hat On
    6. That's What Love Will Make You Do

    Disc 2 78:10
    2nd Set: - or late show
    1. Cucumber Slumber
    2. Harder They Come
    3. What's Going On
    4. How Sweet It Is


It's an amazing show. Billy K and John Kahn play so well together.
'Cucumber Slumber' is one of my fave Jerry solo covers.

* Edit: Damn it. I always get the 'h' in the wrong place in the bass player's name


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 12:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey Dogstarz,

That show is Stanley Theater 3/19/78

However, I got it off of your thread, so its already there.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 3:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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LOM 7/3/77, Keystone - Set 2

Harder They Come
Simple Twist of Fat
Mystery Train
Knockin'
Tangled up in Blue

'Simple Twist of Fat'; that's just unkind and very harsh Very Happy
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2/28/80 - Kean College

Kick ass show!
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Hey Dogstarz,

That show is Stanley Theater 3/19/78

However, I got it off of your thread, so its already there.


Thanks man.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 20, 2009 7:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

11/15/83

- Set 1 -
Cats Under The Stars
Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Run For The Roses
Valerie >
Tangled Up In Blue

- Set 2 -
Rhapsody In Red
Tore Up Over You
Gomorrah >
Dear Prudence >
Midnight Moonlight

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A very pretty JGB show all wrapped up in a heart-shaped box...

2/14/76, Keystone

I Second that Emotion
TLEO
I Want to Tell You
Russian Lullaby
Tore Up
Dixie
After Midnight
Sitting in Limbo
Strange Man
Catfish John
Mystery Train
Moonlight Mile
How Sweet It Is
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Ran into snow_and_rain in the chat box this morning and we listened to 2/27/82 - Keystone per S&R's request.
One of the best, ,most intense JGB shows I have ever heard...instant classic with A+ SQ. Sadly Deal was heavily cut.

- Set 1 -
The Way You Do The Things You Do
I'll Take A Melody
Simple Twist Of Fate
Let It Rock >
Deal

- Set 2 -
Harder They Come
Mission In The Rain
Valerie
Dear Prudence >
Tangled Up In Blue

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I love the pairing of DP>Tangled Up...
This was certainly a great period for JGB... probably because it lies smack in the middle of Jerry's personal guitar performance peak era (late 76 - summer 85).
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Kochman wrote:
I love the pairing of DP>Tangled Up...


Great versions of these songs!
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 12:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

listened to some of this with gopher, finishing it now :

Jerry Garcia Band
Saturday, Mar 5, 1983
Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA

- Set 1 -
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
Catfish John
That's What Love Will Make You Do
Valerie
Run For The Roses

- Set 2 -
Mission In The Rain
Harder They Come
Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Dear Prudence
Tangled Up In Blue

very good sound quality...valerie stood out some nice 'fanning'. dear prudence and tangled up in blue are next
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6/24/82 Capitol Theater Early & Late Show

Not spectacular, but solid.

Early Show

How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
Catfish John
Valerie
Knockin' On Heaven's Door
I Second That Emotion
Mississippi Moon
That's What Love Will Make You Do >
Tangled Up In Blue

Late Show

Sugaree
They Love Each Other
Love In The Afternoon
It's No Use
Let It Rock
Simple Twist Of Fate
Dear Prudence >
Run For The Roses

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6/16/82

Music Mountain, South Fallsburg, NY

- Set 1 -
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
Catfish John
That's What Love Will Make You Do
Valerie
Let It Rock >
Deal

Set 2 -
(I'm A) Road Runner
Love In The Afternoon
Don't Let Go
Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Run For The Roses

Excellent show. Some really high ( wink wink) energy in the first set. Phenomenal Jerry solos on Catfish John and That's What Love Will Make You Do. Second set is real strong with a pretty rare Road Runner to open. Im a big fan of Love in the Afternoon and this one is a nice beefy one. Overall a very good to excellent JGB show.

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Dec 4, 1983
Gymnasium (State University of New York), Stony Brook, NY

- Set 1 -
I'll Take A Melody
The Way You Do The Things You Do
Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Run For The Roses
Cats Under The Stars

- Set 2 -
Mission In The Rain
Rhapsody In Red >
Don't Let Go >
Deal >
Tangled Up In Blue

One of the better Garcia Band shows I've heard in a long time. Second set is the real deal. From Rhapsody to the end of the set is pure heat! The Don't Let Go goes interplanetary with Kahn actually dropping bombs!!! and Garcia just riffing like crazy. So crazy that they never get back into Don't Let Go after the jam but rather blast headfirst into a smoking fast Deal that melts right into Tangled Up In Blue. It's not often you get Jerry Band segues so this one is very special, very hot and ya'll need to listen to it!!
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Dec 4, 1983
Gymnasium (State University of New York), Stony Brook, NY

- Set 1 -
I'll Take A Melody
The Way You Do The Things You Do
Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Run For The Roses
Cats Under The Stars

- Set 2 -
Mission In The Rain
Rhapsody In Red >
Don't Let Go >
Deal >
Tangled Up In Blue

One of the better Garcia Band shows I've heard in a long time. Second set is the real deal. From Rhapsody to the end of the set is pure heat! The Don't Let Go goes interplanetary with Kahn actually dropping bombs!!! and Garcia just riffing like crazy. So crazy that they never get back into Don't Let Go after the jam but rather blast headfirst into a smoking fast Deal that melts right into Tangled Up In Blue. It's not often you get Jerry Band segues so this one is very special, very hot and ya'll need to listen to it!!


The rifleman hit the bulls eye on this one. I listened to this one based on your recommendation and it is everything you say.

I know that you like JGB from 76. Any recommendations on good Don't Let Goes from this year.
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lucasmcain wrote:
Dec 4, 1983
Gymnasium (State University of New York), Stony Brook, NY

- Set 1 -
I'll Take A Melody
The Way You Do The Things You Do
Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Run For The Roses
Cats Under The Stars

- Set 2 -
Mission In The Rain
Rhapsody In Red >
Don't Let Go >
Deal >
Tangled Up In Blue

One of the better Garcia Band shows I've heard in a long time. Second set is the real deal. From Rhapsody to the end of the set is pure heat! The Don't Let Go goes interplanetary with Kahn actually dropping bombs!!! and Garcia just riffing like crazy. So crazy that they never get back into Don't Let Go after the jam but rather blast headfirst into a smoking fast Deal that melts right into Tangled Up In Blue. It's not often you get Jerry Band segues so this one is very special, very hot and ya'll need to listen to it!!


The rifleman hit the bulls eye on this one. I listened to this one based on your recommendation and it is everything you say.

I know that you like JGB from 76. Any recommendations on good Don't Let Goes from this year.



I think Don't Let Go is pretty boring in 1976. Just waaay to mellow and drugged out. Hey, if that's what you want for background music it's GREAT!!! The version from the live release Don't Let Go 6/21/76 , has a very long version on it, but it drags. Can't say any of the others really lift me. Stick to the 80's for Don't Let Go and he gets pretty out there with them!
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2010 7:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Reconstruction
Keystone Palo Alto
7/8/79

Make It Better
Someday Baby
Soul Roach
What You Won't Do For Love
Lyinda
It's No Use
Tellin' My Friends
The Jealous Kind
That's What Love Will Make You Do
Fast Tone
Dear Prudence

All time favorite Reconstruction show and a stellar recording.......How can you go wrong with Jerry's favorite Jazz band? Very Happy
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2010 8:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Let It Rock from The Keystone 11/17,18/75. Nicky Hopkins stint with this band was short lived...But the music they put out was top shelf. This may be my favorite line-up from JGB.
Let It Rock
Tore Up
FOD
TLEO
It's Too Late
Pig's Boogie
Sitting in Limbo
Road Runner

Sugaree
I'll Take A Melody
That's What Love Will Make You Do
Lady Sleeps
Ain't No Use
Let's Spend The Night Together
Edward, The Mad Shirt Grinder
This is a very nice recording...much better than the Pure Jerry series IMO. I guess Koons didn't have anything to do with this release. Garcia's kids and his brother Tiff released it. It's a Betty recording. Highly recommended!
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2010 11:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

3/6/76

- Set 1 -
Tore Up Over You
Catfish John
Russian Lullaby
They Love Each Other
Mystery Train
Who Was John
Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Lonesome And A Long Way From Home

Set 2 -
Harder They Come
Friend Of The Devil
After Midnight
Moonlight Mile
A Strange Man
I Want To Tell You >
My Sisters And Brothers
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)

I have not listened to a lot of JGB from 76 but this is my favorite show so far. Not everything is slow, Donna's voice really blends well with Jerry's throughout, and I like the songs, including a couple that they rarely did (Moonlight Mile and I Want to tell you, which has a smooth transition to Sisters and Brothers.) I like Ron Tutts few attempts at singing deep harmony, such as with Who Was John and he is a very good drummer. I also love Who Was John and this is a good version.

I am glad to see a few more posts about JGB, etc. I probably will give the Hopkins show a listen as I like this version of the band a lot and particularly like the Lets Spend the Nite Together>Edward combination.

Following up on your point about listening to 80s versions of Don't Let Go, Lucas,, any specific recommendations as I love this song and really liked the 12/4/83 version you mentioned recently.
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I really dig their version of Moonlite Mile Cool
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Oops. I did not do my required reading in dong my prior post of 3/6/76. Lucas had already done a long and good review of this show. Reading his now, I think I would give it a more positive assessment. I really like the Russian Lullaby, for example. I think the tempo fits the song very well, and Jerry's singing on slower stuff just gets to me emotionally, and there are different emotions with different slow things.
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PostPosted: Tue May 04, 2010 8:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

that Tore Up that opens up 3/6/76 should turn the head of anyone who's down on 76 Jerry Band. Jeeezus!

I dig the super slow tempos. 2/21/76, if you can believe it, is even slower, but somehow it works. I can't imagine what it was like seeing this stuff live (anyone here have that privilege? I'm sure I would've nodded off), but at home on tape it's great.

Those few Moonlight Miles are cool. Not totally together, but it would have been amazing if Jerry kept it around and worked on it for a few years.
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Rock Scully came over to my house a while back and wanted to see my Reconstruction collection. He said he had some masters and wanted to release them officially, but wanted to know what's already widely circulating.
I hope his project comes to fruition! I love that band.
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vladsmythe wrote:
Rock Scully came over to my house a while back and wanted to see my Reconstruction collection. He said he had some masters and wanted to release them officially, but wanted to know what's already widely circulating.
I hope his project comes to fruition! I love that band.

I have:
1-30-79
2-27-79
3-7-79
3-8-79
3-9-79
3-30-79
4-8-79
4-11-79
4-23-79
4-28-79
5-18-79
5-19-79
6-8-79
6-16-79
6-17-79
6-22-79
7-6-79
7-7-79
7-8-79
7-22-79
8-10-79
9-15-79
9-22-79

I don't know if all of this is widely circulated or if I just knew the right people and sites.
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[quote="dogstarz"][quote="vladsmythe"]Rock Scully came over to my house a while back and wanted to see my Reconstruction collection. He said he had some masters and wanted to release them officially, but wanted to know what's already widely circulating.
I hope his project comes to fruition! I love that band.[/quote]
I have:
1-30-79
2-27-79
3-7-79
3-8-79
3-9-79
3-30-79
4-8-79
4-11-79
4-23-79
4-28-79
5-18-79
5-19-79
6-8-79
6-16-79
6-17-79
6-22-79
7-6-79
7-7-79
7-8-79
7-22-79
8-10-79
9-15-79
9-22-79

I don't know if all of this is widely circulated or if I just knew the right people and sites.[/quote]


Wanna trade?
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How come I don't get house calls from Rock Scully?
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Because he doesn't live down the street from you. Rolling Eyes
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Ahhh... I see.

Anyway, last Jerry show I listened to was..

6/23/77 - Santa Rosa High School, Set 2
TLEO
Knockin'
Tore Up
Dixie
Don't Let Go
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snow_and_rain wrote:
93-11-05 - Thanks lucasmain. It's just as good as I remember. And not too bad an audience recording. Really makes me wish I'd gone to more JGB shows. Rolling Eyes

Set 1
Cats Under The Stars
Mission in the Rain
Simple Twist of Fate
That's What Love Will Make You Do
Breadbox
Like a Road
Deal

Set 2
Shining Star
Eyes of the Maker
Think
Reuben and Cherise
Gommorrah
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
E: How Sweet It Is

Cats! Standard JGB, but soooo nice. Always wished the Dead would play this one. The Deal set closer brought the house down. Jerry channels gods from outer space in the 8th minute of this 10+ minute screamer.

Second Set – ‘Shining-mutherfuckin-Star’ followed by a ‘Maker’ for the ages. Woah.. Pretty sure this one-two to open the second set was the highlight. 25 minutes of unmitigated soul and beauty. It’s hard to get a sense of how great this was from an AUD recording, but it was truly something to behold.

Think - Reuben - Gomorrah - Dixie! Stop it, Jerry. You spoil us!


I am listening to this as I write so I have not yet listened to the whole show. So far though, I LOVE this show. Every song I have listened to to this point is a highlight. Breadbox is really good and it was not mentioned above. The Maker is the best I have heard. I am going to listen to more from 11/93.
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1983-03-11

- Early Show - **SBD**
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)(missing)
Catfish John
That's What Love Will Make You Do
Love In The Afternoon
Simple Twist Of Fate
Run For The Roses
- Encore -
Deal (missing)


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- Late Show - **AUD**
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) (missing)
They Love Each Other
Harder They Come
Valerie (missing)
Don't Let Go
Dear Prudence >
Tangled Up In Blue


This show starts off pretty strong. Catfish John is standard, yet enjoyable. Kahn's bass is pretty smooth during this song. Then the band settles into That's What Love Will Make You Do. Put your dancing shoes on for this one. Garcia gets down and dirty and Melvin follows into the abyss of funk. Love In The Afternoon is next. This is played pretty well. So far this concert is what I have come to expect from this line up. Great playing with soul that digs deep in the groove. This song is no different. The band slows it down a little after a couple high energy tunes. Simple Twist Of Fate "hits you like a freight train" in a good way. Garcia's solo is inspiring and welcoming to my ears. So far this is the stand out song of this show. Everything played was good but Garcia pull out no stops for this one. The band also shines as well during this, Kahn's bass playing is smooth and compliments Jerry in a major way. Melvin adds color with his organ in the background. The band launches into Run For The Roses!!!! This song is stellar (although a pretty major tape glitch appears at the beginning of the song). The band still on fire from STOF. I really dig what Melvin adds during this arrangement. Garcia has a lot of open room to jam and jam he does. This is definitely a great way to end a set. I wish that I had the Deal encore, I am happy with I have though!!! Do yourself a favor and check this out. I might get to the late show in the future.


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This show is great. I will put it up if anybody wants it, I got up with the kids today and plugged it in, very tasty.
Jerry Garcia Band
1984.08.13 Club [CENSORED] Ballroom - Hampton Beach, NH I&II [2] 32070

Source: dAUD
Lineage: AUD > ??? > DATc (@48kHz)
Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 > S/PDIF > M-Audio 410 > FireWire400 > PowerMac G5 > Soundtrack Pro v1.0.1 (tracking & 48k > 44.1k resample) > WAV > xACT > flac 8
Taper: unknown.
Transfer: Tom Rumland (trumlandATgmailDOTcom) 01.05.2006

Disc 1:
Set I
d1t01 [11:03] //Cats Under The Stars
d1t02 [16:08] //Knockin' On Heaven's Door
d1t03 [12:07] I Second That Emotion//
d1t04 [10:35] Mississippi Moon
d1t05 [13:50] Tangled Up In Blue

Disc 2:
Set II
d2t01 [17:32] Sugaree
d2t02 [05:19] Run For The Roses
d2t03 [12:24] Get Out Of My Life Woman
d2t04 [07:35] Midnight Moonlight

Encore:
d2t05 [14:17] //Rhapsody In Red//

Band: Jerry Garcia, Melvin Seals, John Kahn, DeeDee Dickerson, David Kemper, Jaclyn LaBranch

Notes:
- splice during 'crowd' at end of d1t03
- splice during 'crowd' at end of d2t03
- splice during 'crowd' at end of d2t04
- end of encore is missing
- my guess is the splices came about when this was put on DAT in order to fit the show in a 2hr DAT
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 06, 2010 1:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

6/30/72 Keystone. The whole thing is smokin'.

I've also been pushing the Jerry/Merl "9/1/74" Pure Jerry release in the car this past week. Anyone know if that date is legit, or if this is a compilation of different dates? Seems pretty unlikely that they'd do "People Make the World Go Round" twice in one show...
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 07, 2010 9:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

cheesebeer wrote:
This show is great. I will put it up if anybody wants it, I got up with the kids today and plugged it in, very tasty.
Jerry Garcia Band
1984.08.13 Club [CENSORED] Ballroom - Hampton Beach, NH I&II [2] 32070

Source: dAUD
Lineage: AUD > ??? > DATc (@48kHz)
Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 > S/PDIF > M-Audio 410 > FireWire400 > PowerMac G5 > Soundtrack Pro v1.0.1 (tracking & 48k > 44.1k resample) > WAV > xACT > flac 8
Taper: unknown.
Transfer: Tom Rumland (trumlandATgmailDOTcom) 01.05.2006

Disc 1:
Set I
d1t01 [11:03] //Cats Under The Stars
d1t02 [16:08] //Knockin' On Heaven's Door
d1t03 [12:07] I Second That Emotion//
d1t04 [10:35] Mississippi Moon
d1t05 [13:50] Tangled Up In Blue

Disc 2:
Set II
d2t01 [17:32] Sugaree
d2t02 [05:19] Run For The Roses
d2t03 [12:24] Get Out Of My Life Woman
d2t04 [07:35] Midnight Moonlight

Encore:
d2t05 [14:17] //Rhapsody In Red//

Band: Jerry Garcia, Melvin Seals, John Kahn, DeeDee Dickerson, David Kemper, Jaclyn LaBranch

Notes:
- splice during 'crowd' at end of d1t03
- splice during 'crowd' at end of d2t03
- splice during 'crowd' at end of d2t04
- end of encore is missing
- my guess is the splices came about when this was put on DAT in order to fit the show in a 2hr DAT



One of my all time favorite Jerry Band shows!!!!! I love the fact that he tried to get away with a 4 song set with two of them clocking in at under 10 mins!!! Does he make up for it with the Rhapsody In Red encore??? I let ya'll be the judge, but this one is a favortie of mine. Jerry basically flips the crowd the bird but still manages to play his ass off. Great pick!!!
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lucasmcain wrote:
cheesebeer wrote:
This show is great. I will put it up if anybody wants it, I got up with the kids today and plugged it in, very tasty.
Jerry Garcia Band
1984.08.13 Club [CENSORED] Ballroom - Hampton Beach, NH I&II [2] 32070

Source: dAUD
Lineage: AUD > ??? > DATc (@48kHz)
Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 > S/PDIF > M-Audio 410 > FireWire400 > PowerMac G5 > Soundtrack Pro v1.0.1 (tracking & 48k > 44.1k resample) > WAV > xACT > flac 8
Taper: unknown.
Transfer: Tom Rumland (trumlandATgmailDOTcom) 01.05.2006

Disc 1:
Set I
d1t01 [11:03] //Cats Under The Stars
d1t02 [16:08] //Knockin' On Heaven's Door
d1t03 [12:07] I Second That Emotion//
d1t04 [10:35] Mississippi Moon
d1t05 [13:50] Tangled Up In Blue

Disc 2:
Set II
d2t01 [17:32] Sugaree
d2t02 [05:19] Run For The Roses
d2t03 [12:24] Get Out Of My Life Woman
d2t04 [07:35] Midnight Moonlight

Encore:
d2t05 [14:17] //Rhapsody In Red//

Band: Jerry Garcia, Melvin Seals, John Kahn, DeeDee Dickerson, David Kemper, Jaclyn LaBranch

Notes:
- splice during 'crowd' at end of d1t03
- splice during 'crowd' at end of d2t03
- splice during 'crowd' at end of d2t04
- end of encore is missing
- my guess is the splices came about when this was put on DAT in order to fit the show in a 2hr DAT



One of my all time favorite Jerry Band shows!!!!! I love the fact that he tried to get away with a 4 song set with two of them clocking in at under 10 mins!!! Does he make up for it with the Rhapsody In Red encore??? I let ya'll be the judge, but this one is a favortie of mine. Jerry basically flips the crowd the bird but still manages to play his ass off. Great pick!!!


I will listen to this tomorrow. The set even though small looks expansive. How can you go wrong with a Sugaree that is over 15 min?
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nickJ wrote:
6/30/72 Keystone. The whole thing is smokin'.
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I LOVE this one. It is probably my favorite show of a great year, although 12/20 rivals this show. My recollection is that it has a strong blues favor but is also smoking. They did a great job with thats all right mama this year. This show demonstrates Jerry's versatility. One of the highlights for me is Biloxi. This song really gets to me. jerry sings it well, the guitar work is nice, and the lyrics are very rich. I just cannot get this song out of my mind. Another highlight is Lonely 4 U. Jerry demonstrates here that he can do exciting things with slower tempo songs. It is both slow and smoking.
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Listening to the night after one that currently gets a lot of play (2/27/82).

2/28 sounds pretty tight too so far, and it's also a nice board! I'm only up to After Midnight, but so far it totally rips.

TLEO
After Midnight
Mississippi Moon
Tangled Up in Blue
Sugaree
Love in the PM
Tore Up Over You
Midnight Moonlight
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JGAB 10/25/1987 (late show)
I heard the first 4 songs and I love them!
What a refreshment! For my mind its like some fresh spring water on my face after a long hard work in the fields during summertime.
I love this traditional songs .... the Jerry way

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Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders
July 10 1973
The Keystone
Berkeley, California



01. |08:19| Hi-Heel Sneakers
02. |07:45| Finders Keepers
03. |07:22| The Harder They Come **first version by Garcia
04. |06:29| It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry
05. |08:06| It's Too Late
06. |17:56| My Funny Valentine
07. |11:38| Mystery Train



08. |12:37| I Second That Emotion
09. |10;20| Someday Baby
10. |13:48| Merl's Tunes
11. |09:55| It's No Use
12. |08:04| Positively 4th Street
13. |08:12| Encore: How Sweet It Is

I am absolutely floored by how good this is.....Many of you recognize it as the Keystone Official release date(one of them)...I highly suggest checkin this one out in its entirety, uncut....This is an incredible soundboard that is avail on etree and LL.....This is one of the best Jerry shows all around I have ever heard. Check it! Very Happy
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Jerry and Kahn
05-05-1982
Oregon State Prison

01. ...Deep Elem Blues
02. Friend of the Devil
03. Jack-A-Roe
04. Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie
05. It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry
06. Run for the Roses
07. Ripple
08. Been All Around This World
09. Valerie
10. Dire Wolf
-Encore-
11. Reuben and Cherise"

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 2:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

9/11/89 Worcester, Ma


- Set 1 -
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
Stop That Train
Get Out Of My Life Woman
Run For The Roses
Like A Road
My Sisters And Brothers
Deal

- Set 2 -
Harder They Come
Mission In The Rain
Dear Prudence
Waiting For A Miracle
Think
Don't Let Go >
Lonesome And A Long Way From Home


The good thing about this tour was that the Big Man, Clarence Clemons from The E Street Band sits in for a number of dates on this tour. This is one of them and it defintely adds a different feel and of course, sound to these shows. On this night everything is pretty standard for the year. That means things are well played and well sung. Let's face it, Jerry was on fire during the later part of this year. Clarence had also been popping up on some Dead dates as well so there is a little more familiarity than just a one off guest appearence. It shows.

The tunes are allowed to breathe a little more as Clemmons gets a few solo slots. What I also really like about this is the background depth that Clemmons provides. He may not be soloing or blowing his eyes out of their sockets, ( he has had to cancel Springsteen dates because of this in the past ), he is also adding basslines and color to most of the tunes.

The only problem I have with this show is the Don't Let Go, ususally one of my favorite JGB tunes. Check out how Jerry just abandons the meltdown part and just starts riffing away. It just turns on a dime. As I was just saying most of the tunes were given a little room breathe. Not the case here. Just as Don't Let Go is stariing to get into freeform jazz territiory, Jerry cuts it off. It is pretty noticable and kind of a buzzkill.

But then just as you think all is lost he locks into Lonesome and a Long Way from Home!! Really nice to see this tune brought back for a handfull of shows and a nice way to end a set. This is not the best JGB show out there, but it has some good solid moments and some interesting playing. It's worth checking out.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 13, 2011 5:41 pm    Post subject: 8/1/84 Reply with quote

A friend of mine suggested 8/1/84 JGB. I checked it out and I can't stop listening to it.
Set 1
Cats under the stars
Mission in the rain
Love in the afternoon
Run for the roses
Tangled up in blue

Set 2
How sweet it is
When I paint my masterpiece
Dear prudence
Midnight moonlight

The show sounds great, the setlist is great, and all around it is a nice and mellow, but still rocking show.
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5/20/84
Rissmillers Country Club, Reseda, Ca

Sugaree
Love In The Afternoon
Rhapsody In Red
Run For The Roses >
Deal

- Set 2 -
Mission In The Rain
Harder They Come >
Gomorrah >
Midnight Moonlight


Well HOLY [CENSORED] !!! This may be one of the better Sugaree's out there. Damn this thing freakin smokes!!!!! There is so much gold in these there early JGB 80's shows. Here is the review from the Jerry Site :

Robert Hunter opened. Here is Mark Scalise' account of the night: This night in 1984 was pretty standard for the time, which means long, drawn-out solos, and fairly nondescript setlists. The Country Club was a small, bar-like venue in the San Fernando Valley (Los Angeles suburb), not too different from the current House of Blues sites, only smaller and plainer. I was dosed this night but I did manage to tape the show, so my memories are not entirely hallucinatory. This show stands out for the opening SUGAREE, and I mean that in capitals. This one easily surpasses the Dead's Lake Acid version from 1983. It was extremely loud and Jerry was just shredding solo after solo, while not moving an inch from his spot on the stage. I clearly remember the waitresses just standing there with their trays full of drinks watching the master at work, in all his scraggly, dirty-shirted, saggy pants glory.

I miss these days........ Crying or Very sad
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Here is another later JGB show that I was at from 11/19/91 at The Providence Civic Center. I think it was my fourth or fifth JGB show and it was killer if I remember correctly. It was really nice, with a good setlist, flowing nicely, nice and chilled and mellow, and overall just a really good vibe. The recording I have is a about a B+ sounding show, but it doesn't bother me at all. You can still hear the music really nice, and hearing the audience just makes the experience even better IMHO since you can feel the energy of the crowd. The song list is as follows:
How Sweet it is(to be loved by you)
he Ain't Give You None
That's what love will make you do
And it stoned me
Dear Prudence
Run for the Roses
Señor
Deal
Lay Down Sally (awesome vibe, really nice version of this song)
Shining star
Waiting for a miracle
Ain't no bread in the breadbox
Tore up over You
Don't Let Go
That Lucky Old Sun
Midnight Moonlight

If don't have a copy of this show, I highly recommend getting a copy. If you have a hard time finding a copy send me a PM and I can hook you up.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 8:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here is another later JGB show that I was at from 11/19/91 at The Providence Civic Center. I think it was my fourth or fifth JGB show and it was killer if I remember correctly. It was really nice, with a good setlist, flowing nicely, nice and chilled and mellow, and overall just a really good vibe. The recording I have is a about a B+ sounding show, but it doesn't bother me at all. You can still hear the music really nice, and hearing the audience just makes the experience even better IMHO since you can feel the energy of the crowd. The song list is as follows:
How Sweet it is(to be loved by you)
he Ain't Give You None
That's what love will make you do
And it stoned me
Dear Prudence
Run for the Roses
Señor
Deal
Lay Down Sally (awesome vibe, really nice version of this song)
Shining star
Waiting for a miracle
Ain't no bread in the breadbox
Tore up over You
Don't Let Go
That Lucky Old Sun
Midnight Moonlight

If don't have a copy of this show, I highly recommend getting a copy. If you have a hard time finding a copy send me a PM and I can hook you up.

Peace and b wild
Mike

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 8:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here is another later JGB show that I was at from 11/19/91 at The Providence Civic Center. I think it was my fourth or fifth JGB show and it was killer if I remember correctly. It was really nice, with a good setlist, flowing nicely, nice and chilled and mellow, and overall just a really good vibe. The recording I have is a about a B+ sounding show, but it doesn't bother me at all. You can still hear the music really nice, and hearing the audience just makes the experience even better IMHO since you can feel the energy of the crowd. The song list is as follows:
How Sweet it is(to be loved by you)
he Ain't Give You None
That's what love will make you do
And it stoned me
Dear Prudence
Run for the Roses
Señor
Deal
Lay Down Sally (awesome vibe, really nice version of this song)
Shining star
Waiting for a miracle
Ain't no bread in the breadbox
Tore up over You
Don't Let Go
That Lucky Old Sun
Midnight Moonlight

If don't have a copy of this show, I highly recommend getting a copy. If you have a hard time finding a copy send me a PM and I can hook you up.

Peace and b wild
Mike

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