Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by JRM, Apr 11, 2014.
Don't encourage him! This is traumatic.
It is? To be honest, I though U.S. was due.
Tough changes, look out below
Sh-t happens and away we go
I'll throw more wood on the fire and approve of Archtop's new one also.
I don't see what the big deal is.
I don't even know who any of you are anymore! This'll learn me to not become overly reliant on avatars, t's for shore.
What happened to the abstract painting or whatever? I'm losing my mind! (Teal bass will not hurt me, teal bass will not hurt me, teal bass will not hurt me...)
Well, it's still in my music room. Something I did about a month ago.
And I've got somewhere around 1,000 photos on my computer, so theoretically I could change my avatar daily for the next several years.
Denver 11-20-73 Truckin'>Other One>Stella Blue
Truckin' is just aight, mostly Phil fiddling around, the rest of it is tremendous though
I did a check on the archives to see what shows that had most views. 72-74 and 77 is way up there.
I was surprised to see that the most viewed '78 show was December 16 from Nashville, coming in at nr 12. No SDB available but a killer AUD recording thanks to Joani Walker. It's been a while since I listened to it so I put on the second set earlier today. A very nice Scarlet Begonias>Fire on the Mountain followed by a really good He's Gone>drums/space>The Other One>Wharf Rat>Around and Around. Garcia played one of his Travis Bean guitars because the Wolf was in the shop. So it has a different vibe/sound than most '78 shows. Highly recommended.
There is also a 15min Sugaree and an excellent Candyman in the first set that should not be forgotten if you decide to give it a listen
Re: Corrina I do think it got better over time and parts of it can even be catchy. But I saw multiple versions that were not awesome, to put it in simple terms. It’s also one of a few songs that kind of represent the rough final years and could derail a show. So I’m not a fan, but I’ll also acknowledge that it’s not their worst.
Also I don’t mind saying that I can enjoy a Sailor > Saint when the mood strikes me.
What could really derail a show was when they'd do Corrinna>Easy Answer>Way to Go Home>Wave to the Wind>Eternity>Whatever I'm Forgetting. Although then at least you could just write that one off if you were going the next night...
His old avatar was Owsley then. His new avatar is Owsley now.
Samba In The Rain....
But we'll leave Picasso Moon out of this discussion.
1976. You get healthy doses of Slipknot, the best live Crazy Fingers, and unexpected jazzy improvs.
No way they ever did that sequence!! Although I would definitely check it out. Lol
10/10/82 has an old favorite segment of mine: Playin'--> Crazy Fingers--> Lost--> Saint--> Touch--> D/S--> Wheel--> Throwing Stones--> NFA--> Black Peter--> Sugar Mag.
Starting at 8:30 or so of Fingers, they enter this jam section that really isn't Fingers and certainly isn't Lost. Was this a normal part of the Fingers outro or a one-off?
hows about this one
Well I did see this:
If The Shoe Fits
Way To Go Home
Easy Answers >
Uncle John's Band >
What the hell is "If the Shoe Fits?" I don't even remember it...
Vegas 6/25/94, ugh. What a terrible show. I remember my friend (an attractive woman) said she ran into Billy after the show and he was talking her up and asking her how she liked the show, which was probably the worst of the year, certainly setlist-wise. It cracked us up when she got back to the hotel.
If the Shoe Fits was a relatively short Phil number, with the chorus "take your ball and go home." All I can say for it is that I like it better than Wave to the Wind.
I posted in the Daves thread upriver the last two announcements were on the 26th. Sadly thats two weeks away and im already anxious.
10/22/71 Chicago via DaP 3. There seems to be mixed opinions of this one but I think it’s some good ‘ole ‘71, and it’s early Keith to boot. Also compared to DaP 2 (7/31/74) which I just played the other day the sound is crisp and vibrant.
Just finished the first set which other than some vocal missteps in Comes A Time was solid. On to Set II and That’s It For The Other One...
It's like I have a twin.
That's a Non-Scarlet Begonia in its wild habitat.
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