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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
PostPosted: Tue March 26, 2019 7:39 pm 
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Warren's great. It amazes me the sheer amount of songs that he knows how to play. Over not-too-long stretches of time he had to play anything from the Dead repertoire, the Allman Brothers repertoire, and his own band's repertoire. Each of those encompassed a substantial amount of covers with only limited overlap.


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Captain Termite wrote:
Warren's great. It amazes me the sheer amount of songs that he knows how to play. Over not-too-long stretches of time he had to play anything from the Dead repertoire, the Allman Brothers repertoire, and his own band's repertoire. Each of those encompassed a substantial amount of covers with only limited overlap.

And his solo stuff and that bluegrass band’s stuff and even a Garth Brooks song!

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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
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Working from home now, I can jam this shit out loud instead of at my desk. Figured I'd bump this thread for anyone interested.


MSG 9/16/90
https://archive.org/details/gd90-09-16. ... 6d2t01.shn

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Of the 88 shows I was lucky enough to see between March of '88 and March of '93, this was - all in all - probably the best show I ever saw. The setlist on paper does it NO justice. It may sound crazy to some, but THIS show was Brent's funeral show. The depth, breadth, and meaning of this show cannot be expressed in words. It was *stunning".

And I say that as not as some newcomer who saw his first good show on acid, this one was something special.

MUCH better copies circulate than the official "Dick's Picks" version of this show, and you owe it to yourself to track one down.

In the the midst of a fantastic 6 show run at The Garden in '90, they snuck this one in. It's gorgeous, terrifying, and hopeful all at the same time.

You know that "dark place" where the Miami '89 Dark Star show came from ? That energy is here as well, along with a promise for a brighter future, (which sadly never really came true...)

You want to know what The Dead was all about ? Find yourself a GREAT sounding copy of this show.
(The "Dicks Picks" version AIN'T it...)

Almost 22 years later, and I still haven't fully recovered from it....

You need to look no further than this site to find the copy you need.

Enjoy, and hang on tight to the one you love.

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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
PostPosted: Wed March 18, 2020 4:17 pm 
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super nintendo chalmers wrote:
Working from home now, I can jam this shit out loud instead of at my desk. Figured I'd bump this thread for anyone interested.


MSG 9/16/90
https://archive.org/details/gd90-09-16. ... 6d2t01.shn

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Of the 88 shows I was lucky enough to see between March of '88 and March of '93, this was - all in all - probably the best show I ever saw. The setlist on paper does it NO justice. It may sound crazy to some, but THIS show was Brent's funeral show. The depth, breadth, and meaning of this show cannot be expressed in words. It was *stunning".

And I say that as not as some newcomer who saw his first good show on acid, this one was something special.

MUCH better copies circulate than the official "Dick's Picks" version of this show, and you owe it to yourself to track one down.

In the the midst of a fantastic 6 show run at The Garden in '90, they snuck this one in. It's gorgeous, terrifying, and hopeful all at the same time.

You know that "dark place" where the Miami '89 Dark Star show came from ? That energy is here as well, along with a promise for a brighter future, (which sadly never really came true...)

You want to know what The Dead was all about ? Find yourself a GREAT sounding copy of this show.
(The "Dicks Picks" version AIN'T it...)

Almost 22 years later, and I still haven't fully recovered from it....

You need to look no further than this site to find the copy you need.

Enjoy, and hang on tight to the one you love.

I don't get the detest for the DP release, I'd say it sounds better than this audience pull though MSG never had good sound. Either way this is a good excuse to throw it on, thanks.

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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
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Bummed the annual spring dark star show is prob done

Such a good time every year


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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
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Kinda funny the D&C shows aren't cancelled yet. Hoping we can still get to Giants Stadium and maybe SPAC.

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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
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super nintendo chalmers wrote:
Kinda funny the D&C shows aren't cancelled yet. Hoping we can still get to Giants Stadium and maybe SPAC.


That's not til August so I'm figuring they're holding on as long as possible

I might hit up giants stadium too.. a crew of buddies got ga tics.. I was gonna buy but they possibly had an extra so I held out.. now I guess I'm really holding out

Let me know if u go, I'm sure they'll have a fun tailgate


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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
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Deffo. I mean if you gotta go to one, it'd be Giants Stadium. Its Jerry's bday.

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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
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https://archive.org/details/gd1990-03-2 ... d1t02.flac
Grateful Dead Live at Knickerbocker Arena on 1990-03-24

We got a nice one today everyone. Getting into the band I was never that into the Dozin' set, that said I really grew into these Spring 90 shows. They were really getting into a great space, probably since '89 or so. I think Bobby once said 1990 was even better than 1977. Anyway, this show is definitely worth your time, and this link to my ears at least sounds a bit better than the official Dozin at the Knick. H/S/F is seamless, the crowd goes nuts. Come for the Loser (one of the best ever), stay for the second entire set.

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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
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super nintendo chalmers wrote:
Deffo. I mean if you gotta go to one, it'd be Giants Stadium. Its Jerry's bday.


Absolutely

They're playing earlier that week like right down the interstate from me at Hershey, but that's like the worst venue in the world (may go to that too anyway)


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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
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Listened to Dave's Picks Volume 32 (1973-03-24) yesterday and really enjoyed it, with shutting down my direct sales counter I think I'll probably be queuing up a few shows in a row tomorrow.

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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
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super nintendo chalmers wrote:
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https://archive.org/details/gd1990-03-2 ... d1t02.flac
Grateful Dead Live at Knickerbocker Arena on 1990-03-24

We got a nice one today everyone. Getting into the band I was never that into the Dozin' set, that said I really grew into these Spring 90 shows. They were really getting into a great space, probably since '89 or so. I think Bobby once said 1990 was even better than 1977. Anyway, this show is definitely worth your time, and this link to my ears at least sounds a bit better than the official Dozin at the Knick. H/S/F is seamless, the crowd goes nuts. Come for the Loser (one of the best ever), stay for the second entire set.


I was there. Next day too or the one before. Whatever it was

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knee tunes wrote:
super nintendo chalmers wrote:
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https://archive.org/details/gd1990-03-2 ... d1t02.flac
Grateful Dead Live at Knickerbocker Arena on 1990-03-24

We got a nice one today everyone. Getting into the band I was never that into the Dozin' set, that said I really grew into these Spring 90 shows. They were really getting into a great space, probably since '89 or so. I think Bobby once said 1990 was even better than 1977. Anyway, this show is definitely worth your time, and this link to my ears at least sounds a bit better than the official Dozin at the Knick. H/S/F is seamless, the crowd goes nuts. Come for the Loser (one of the best ever), stay for the second entire set.


I was there. Next day too or the one before. Whatever it was


I specifically remember watching somebody walk down the steps and commenting "he doesn't know which side of the rail he's on"

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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
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holy shit!

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super nintendo chalmers wrote:
holy shit!


Was that you walking down both sides of the rail ?

Wait, omg that was 30 years ago....holy shit!

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Listened to Dave's Picks Volume 32 (1973-03-24) yesterday and really enjoyed it, with shutting down my direct sales counter I think I'll probably be queuing up a few shows in a row tomorrow.


Kinda crazy that there is 32 Dave's. I'm gonna do the copy that's on Archive today.

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super nintendo chalmers wrote:
oasisfan35 wrote:
Listened to Dave's Picks Volume 32 (1973-03-24) yesterday and really enjoyed it, with shutting down my direct sales counter I think I'll probably be queuing up a few shows in a row tomorrow.


Kinda crazy that there is 32 Dave's. I'm gonna do the copy that's on Archive today.

I grabbed 33, 1977-10-29, but I've been listening to Jimmy LaFave all day so perhaps tomorrow.

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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
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That '77 show is great!! And I'm not the biggest Fall 77 dude at all.

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I love the super slow "Eyes" on Dave's 33. Pretty great show all around but that "Eyes" is something else.

Really looking forward to Dave's 34, which is Miami '74 -- one of those "had it on CDR forever" shows...


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 Post subject: Re: Grateful Dead
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Those last couple Dave's are nuts


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