Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by JRM, Apr 11, 2014.
WHat source you guys (& @ianuaditis ) using? I got one called "various reels" or something
I was there but I don't remember this. I might have arrived shortly after. It was my first time at the academy of music and I was there again for three dead shows two months later. I really enjoyed the album with Wales but the show was just ok. I think it's been determined that they didn't bother rehearsing for that short tour.
One of the best
Our mate @Frosst has a great strike rate!
I’d love to see this one be reissued on vinyl — it is so damn good! . . .
1991 Arista – ARCD 8690
As someone who has proudly been "that guy" I really appreciate this.
Yeah that's the one I got, cool
10/9/76, second set:
St. Stephen >
Not Fade Away>
St. Stephen >
Help on the Way >
Samson and Delilah >
Franklin's Tower >
One More Saturday Night
One of the best segments from 1976.
I am having some fun with my newly found GD tix bag of tricks. I just reached in and pulled a stub out and am now getting ready to play the show, it is 9/15/82 Cap Center. What I recall about this show was it was one of the first Touch of Grey's and had a fun Playin' theme running throughout... A couple weeks ago when I found a fairly full GD box, the thing that I was happiest about where the photos. One of my favorite Garcia photos that I now have up is by a long gone friend from a show we attended together on 2/4/79 in Madison.
Shine ON> Garcia!
The Scarlet > Touch > Fire from 7/13/84 Greek Theatre is definitely cool. The Scarlet Begonias is hot and while the transition to Touch of Grey isn’t seamless it’s still a neat moment. The pace of play is fast (I assume the new transfer was speed corrected but I don’t have the text file in front of me to check). Fire On The Mountain slows down a little bit but it still moves. Fun combo.
Speed correction by Jason Chastain
Garcia is like a rabid dog on this stuff, absolutely vicious
Thanks for letting him know how we all feel about him, even though many of us did not know of him or his music in '72.
We had 2017 Barbera this evening. Pairs nice with Long Island Sound.
Amazing second set jamming that night, as always at Dane County. Wish we had a better transfer of the AUD.
I will always regret not taking my friend Matt’s invitation to a Dead show, Shoreline maybe in ‘90 or ‘91. He passed away October 1991 from Cancer at the age of 18. At least we got to see Rush and Robert Plant together.
Or were Even alive.
GRRM has said in the past he’s a fan and copped the term Dire Wolf for the series. The Weirwood trees are an homage to Bobby, IIRC. So it’s not a stretch, really...
Edit: I see this was mostly covered about already. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I'm listening to this now. If there ever is a day and a post like that, I don't think it will be referencing this show.
Good call, I just threw this on myself
10/9/76 is one of the greatest events of the last 45 years.
Word is that in the next novel White Lightning is used to defeat the White Walkers.
You don't mean pappy's corn squeezins, do you...
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