The Grateful Thread

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by JRM, Apr 11, 2014.

  1. bzfgt

    bzfgt Interesting and Copacetic Denizen

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    @all does anyone have access to the material from Grateful Dead Clubhouse Projects? About two years ago when they were down, someone posted a link to a mirror site here. They came back up briefly, and I deleted the link to the mirror...then they went back down, and I haven't seen it since.

    I would really love to have access to their recommendations. If there is no longer a mirror, even a text document or anything...surely somebody has something? Grateful Seconds has their "31 Jam Segments" here:

    Grateful Seconds: Best 31 Jam Segments

    But the rest of it is obliviated...
     
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  2. notesofachord

    notesofachord Only the Stones Remain

    Kind of like how cigarettes and heroin made Jerry’s voice sound like it did in 1984?
     
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  3. latheofheaven

    latheofheaven My Pants are FULLY Analog...

    Do I assume you mean Nov 02 1969 as opposed to the Fillmore Feb 11 1969 show? If so, do you know which collection it is in? That is the way I have them categorized.
     
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  4. notesofachord

    notesofachord Only the Stones Remain

    It’s on the Internet Archive Wayback Machine site. Well, most of it.

    Grateful Dead Clubhouse Projects: The Best of the Grateful Dead
     
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  5. bzfgt

    bzfgt Interesting and Copacetic Denizen

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    I wouldn't think so, it sounds like two completely different things--one is cumulative, and one is temporary and largely psychological (actually I suspect the first is real and the second is not, I'm not sure about acid making people warbly!)
     
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  6. bzfgt

    bzfgt Interesting and Copacetic Denizen

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    Yes, American numbers. I'm not sure what you mean by "collection"--what is a collection?
     
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  7. bzfgt

    bzfgt Interesting and Copacetic Denizen

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  8. latheofheaven

    latheofheaven My Pants are FULLY Analog...

    In other words, is this performance found in any of the 'Dick's Pick's or other albums / shows available that I might have so that I can find the right version if I have it.
     
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  9. latheofheaven

    latheofheaven My Pants are FULLY Analog...

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  10. bzfgt

    bzfgt Interesting and Copacetic Denizen

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    Oh, I see...no, sorry; just the Internet Archive/Lossless Legs/Your 'Nam veteran neighbor's tape collection kind of thing...
     
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  11. latheofheaven

    latheofheaven My Pants are FULLY Analog...

  12. latheofheaven

    latheofheaven My Pants are FULLY Analog...

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  13. latheofheaven

    latheofheaven My Pants are FULLY Analog...

    Is that the version...? 2 links above...
     
  14. notesofachord

    notesofachord Only the Stones Remain

    It doesn’t sound like any of their normal theme jams, but the chords remind me of “The Mighty Quinn”, but that’s probably not it.

    Also, did you keep listening beyond the Dark Star? The 11/2/69 Death Don’t Have No Mercy totally flipped my lid when I listened to it a month or so ago.
     
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  15. bzfgt

    bzfgt Interesting and Copacetic Denizen

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    Yes, my question was is the jam at 19:08 something familiar/named? It almost sounds like a slowed-down Feelin' Groovy or something...but I can't put my finger on it.

    It's great to have that site again. Good little essay on the China>Rider transition, although a bit incomplete:

    What the author neglects to mention (and seems significant) is that Weir's lick disappeared post-hiatus, when Weir's lead section failed to reappear, but Jerry took it back up (the "high screaming group of sustained notes") and incorporated it into his own transition lead beginning on May 12th, 1980....although this isn't clear from the above, it was initially a Weir lick that became a Jerry lick.
     
  16. bzfgt

    bzfgt Interesting and Copacetic Denizen

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    Yes, I think I listened to that then too when you mentioned it, but I haven't played it yet tonight...I will.
     
  17. latheofheaven

    latheofheaven My Pants are FULLY Analog...

    Ehhh... I can't get the songs to play or dl, oh well... I would have LIKED to have heard it... o_O
     
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  18. bzfgt

    bzfgt Interesting and Copacetic Denizen

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  19. notesofachord

    notesofachord Only the Stones Remain

    The Relisten.com site might work better:

    11/2/69 Grateful Dead
     
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  20. Zafu

    Zafu Forum Resident

    This is amazingly cool rare footage.

    Jump to the 15th minute if you're inpatient.....



    Peace, :righton:

    Zafu
     
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  21. latheofheaven

    latheofheaven My Pants are FULLY Analog...

    Strange Looking...??? WTH do you mean Strange Looking! I NEVER post Strange Looking things! :mad:

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  22. dzhason

    dzhason Forum Resident

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    You can still search posts from users that no longer show up with auto-complete suggestions as long as you enter their username with correct spelling (e.g. burtthomasward and it will give you his posts).
     
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  23. latheofheaven

    latheofheaven My Pants are FULLY Analog...

    Heh, no, thanks for the link. I am listening to it now. Is there ANY way possible to download that album from there?

    Thanks!
     
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  24. dzhason

    dzhason Forum Resident

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    The jam you’re referring to in that Dark Star is a Feeling Groovy jam with a different approach to it. Sounds like the same chords at least (D -> A/C# -> G/B -> A, I believe without verifying it on an instrument). Interesting, I’ve never thought about it in much depth before and haven’t really waged any sort of in depth analysis of the tune and jam, but I recall the actual Feeling Groovy chord progression, in D, as D -> A/C# -> E/B -> A; which would have the same descending motion in the bass as the Groovy jam but is not the same progression. Oh well, I’m just going off of memory and a quick listen to that section of the Dark Star, I’ll have to make sure to revisit this later.
     
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  25. latheofheaven

    latheofheaven My Pants are FULLY Analog...

    Thanks also mate! At least I can hear it now, although I would love to be able to download it :)
     
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