Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by JRM, Apr 11, 2014.
That's cool. I was stumped by We can Run, I had to look up the setlist.
After Midnight - 1980
Let It Rock - 1975
What's remarkable, from the bits I sampled anyway, is how little what one might think of as "rhythm guitar" he plays, if we consider that carrying the rhythm; Weir seems to be sort of playing around in the rhythm but not really carrying it.
26 June 1973- Seattle. PNW Box.
This Black Peter is utterly sublime.
The audio has been around for awhile, but cool to have synced to the video like that.
Grateful Dead Live at The Greek Theatre - University of California on 1989-08-19 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
Other than some early examples of Lovelight, Bertha, et al, Weir never really carried the rhythm. Phil didn't either. Keith sort of did and the drummers were probably as close to a traditional role of rhythm section anchors as anyone. The result was the crazy conglomeration that we know as the GoGD.
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YES I WAS BORN IN 1982
I went on a three-week vacation to Thailand in 1982 and stayed for four years.
This is a true statement.
Half drunk, cued up Dave’s Pick 17 - Selland Arena, Fresno CA *7.19.74* - immediately satisfied by my decision to start with disc 3 (He’s Gone>USBlues, WRSuite>Jam>Eyes>China, One More Sat..)
Listening to this and it's awesome. Sound quality isn't A+ but totally listenable, and OMG...music is incredible.
Having issues linking...its
Grateful Dead Live at Ballroom on 1969-04-13
d1t01 - Turn On Your Love Light
d1t02 - Doin' That Rag
d1t03 - Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
d1t04 - Morning Dew
d2t01 - Dark Star ->
d2t02 - St. Stephen ->
d2t03 - The Eleven ->
d2t04 - Death Don't Have No Mercy
d2t05 - Alligator ->
d2t06 - Drums ->
d2t07 - Jam
Only have time for disc one tonight, but someone should be listening to this on its anniversary.
Might as well be me.
Is it me or is the GTH version of Althea the gold standard for GD studio material? It’s perfect in my book. The recording style/sound is very reminiscent of the time, sure but there’s something quite special to it.
Dave’s Picks 31 has sent me on an Althea rabbit hole tonight. The live one on the 2003 remaster from RCMH 1980 is amazing as well. Now listening to the Go To Nassau one...
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Totally agree. It's firmly in the category of "slinky, noir Dead" that I love so much, along with "West LA Fadeaway." I love that sound.
Texas-Oklahoma-Kansas-Colorado-Wyoming-Idaho-Washington-Oregon-California-Arizona-New Mexico-Texas on our last major run.
The trip sucked for a number of reasons but getting to see the west was absolutely wonderful.
That venue @ CU Boulder is known as the Glenn Miller Ballroom. Glenn Miller, the famous Orchestra leader from the 1930's and 40's, was a CU graduate. It's a beautiful room in one of the older buildings on campus. To have seen the GD there in 1969 must have been mind-blowing on many, many levels.
PS- It was during this visit to Boulder that Jerry purchased his first pedal steel guitar. This was an important moment in musical history.
Bob's the anti-Ringo. It's impossible to tell what song he's playing by hearing him in isolation.
I listened to part of the first set last night in bed. Short but very fiery version of Help>Slip with some of my favorite Jerry licks.
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