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You know your Ables from your Bakers from your C's, but can your finely tuned ears differentiate the cosmic "comeback" tour from a spacey 70's show? Each day we'll post a free download from one of the Dead's coveted shows. Will it be from that magical night at Madison Square Garden in '93 or from way back when they were just starting to warm it up at Winterland? Is that Pigpen's harmonica we hear? Brent on keys? Step right up and try your hand.
Each day, the first person to guess the venue & date correctly will get a Road Trips of their choice. If you’re not first but you've answered correctly, you will also be automatically entered for a weekly prize of THE WARNER BROTHERS STUDIO ALBUMS VINYL BOX (EXCLUSIVE EDITION) or a FORMERLY THE WARLOCKS boxed set. Log in now and enter to win! - Less Info
Great, sublime version. The key element is the length and nature of the central "jammy" interlude and the interplay between Bobby and Donna. That narrows it down.
Great fun. I have been previously guessing, but this Music has a very distinctive / unique clue, won’t state my answer, (less being criticized). Thanks to Toad for giving me the soundboard of this show some 20 years ago.
Kudos to SIRMick (well-known transcription-fixer) for the ID.
Best to all,
Really! Took some digging but I finally found it - doubt that I'll be the first one though. Seems like this one has everyone scratching their heads after yesterday's "gimme".
does horton hear a who?
still shaking fist at pulling up the wrong 'Field' in the city field for my 1st guess!!!!!!!
2nd guess i assume gets tossed out the window...
First: Thank you DeadNet and those who have helped make the downloads available - Canyon Critter, et al.
I have had some "issues" with downloads but this is an amazing daily treat. I don't know where the "B" versions come from but I don't care much either.
Today: If this is not the hottest TMNS ever it has to be close. I made my guess and if I am right it is a tricky one - not to get close but to get the exact show.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.
This was my first Grateful Dead show! I'll never forget... a bunch of us loaded into a car (also loaded up on some Vitamin A) and drove from the dorms at S.I.U.-Carbondale IL to Bloomington --on a school night! It was an unforgettable show... Donna was twirlin all over the place, I remember.
Another day with no problems on the site (for me at least!). Great work to the webmasters for tweaking the neccesary harware ...
Face Book threw a real curve ball with the clue last night; by their hint, we'd all be listening to Cassidy today!!
Has to be 77/78 era. Previous years they didn't jam it out this long. Jerry is clearly ON here, and with the playful banter during the song between Bobby and Donna, I'm thinking spring '78. The version from Rupp Arena is about this long (although I've never actually heard it).
I'm feelin' Ill. Better listen to more music to make things normal again.
Big spoiler on this one all, '71-'79 is all I can say, Donna's in fine voice! :-)
Actually sounds like erm '77 or '78 but can't get any nearer than that!
Another great one though...
throw a few more pennies in the fountain :)
Dancin in the daylight.
Here's the links from the Downloads so far. Hope this helps everyone out that didn't get the shows. Love is Real♥....
30 Days of Dead Links
New Speedway Boogie
Fillmore East, NY, NY- 9/20/70
10:03 23,574 KB approx 23.0 MB
Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA 6/5/69
21:11 49,686 KB approx. 48.5 MB
Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT 3/14/81
8:46 20,579 KB approx. 20.0 MB
Playing In The Band
Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines, IA- 5/13/73
28:56 67,837 KB approx. 66.2 MB
Easy Wind (A)
Springer's Inn, Portland, OR 1/16/70
9:51 23,109 KB approx. 22.5 MB
Easy Wind (B)
Winterland, San Francisco, CA - 12/31/70
9:35 22,465 KB approx. 21.9 MB
Warfield, San Francisco, CA- 10/13/80
10:14 24,011 KB aprrox. 23.4
He's Gone (A)
Hartford Civic Center Hartford, CT - 3/26/87
12:55 30,310 KB approx. 29.5 MB
He's Gone (B)
L'Olympia Theater Paris France - 5/4/72
8:05 - 18,954 KB approx. 18.5 MB
The file for He's Gone (B) is no longer available.
Warfield, San Francisco, CA - 10/7/80
12:16 28,779 approx. 28.1 MB
China Cat Sunflower>I Know You Rider
The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA - 2/1/70
12:03 28,274 KB approx. 27.6 MB
Cream Puff War
Winterland, San Francisco, CA - 3/17/67
6:15 14,656 KB approx. 14.3 MB
Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT - 10/15/83
7:52 18,649 KB approx. 18.2 MB
The Music Never Stopped
8:52 20,965 KB approx 20.4 MB
Hope these easy click links help the confusion.
If you are having trouble downloading the whole this the server is really busy and sometimes overloads....what you need to do is clear your browsers cache and the old file and try it again. I've listed the times of each download and sizes for your convenience in comparing.
Thank Jerry, Bobby, Phil, Billy, Mickey, Pig, Brent, Bruce, Donna, Keith, Vince, Tom, Mr. Graham, Mr. Lemieux, and Marye. Not to mention the kind souls like Rex, RamRod, etc. etc. etc. etc.
But your welcome my kind brothers and sisters.
The position of the song in the set, the length of the performance, and presence of Donna Jean narrow it down pretty much to one year. Bobby's quote at the end is also a good trail marker.
Cassidy was not released initially as a Grateful Dead song, that first appeared as a single from Bob Weir's Ace.
"Uh, you should've heard that, just as clear as a bell.
Everything is going to be... perfectly swell."
and I am sooooooooooooooooo happy the music hasn't stopped!!!! rough day at work- thanks for the "sanilty" check!!!
Based on an exact match of Bobby's rap at the end...However, in retrospect, I think I'm wrong because he probably said that same rap a hundred times.
within the first few seconds of this tune starting, I thought it had a very 'disco-ish' feel to it, and then Donna quoted James Brown...
no surprise this show also contained a short tease of a very popular disco hit of the era!
According to DeadBase X (p. 104), "One More Saturday Night" b/w "Cassidy" was released in the United Kingdom as a Grateful Dead 7" 45rpm single (WB K 16167).
This concords with Ihor Slabicky's entry in his definitive Compleat Grateful Dead Discography:
"One More Saturday Night (3:32) / Cassidy - Grateful Dead (Warner Bros./Kinney K 16167)
A UK release with artist credit to "The Grateful Dead with Bobby Ace" instead of Bob Weir."
Ihor's site can be found at tcgddDOTfreeyellowDOTcom/tcgddDOTtxt.
Best to all,
It took me just over a half hour for me to figure this one out. This is fun stuff! Thanks GD - what a great November scavenger hunt.
...was a mistake. Maybe an "on purpose" mistake for marketing purposes, but still a mistake. That was a lot of the debate in the Facebook clue thread.
jaxxtraw Killer tmns, Jerry is so clear and upfront full of energy, Bobby's havin fun and Donna Jean sounds great, this song always brought out the best in everybody.
May '78? The guitar tones sound very '78 to me. The song was first played in '75, and Donna was gone by mid-'79, so it has to be in there somewhere....
Took me way too long.
No hints. That makes it less phun. I think I guessed right cold, but I couldn't resist reading the posts after and there are hints all over the place. Can't anyone restrain themselves? How about delaying gratification? It's only 24 hours. The obnoxious obviously of the wall hints like Jerry and Sara w/ special guests Bob (sic) Weird and a Brent era show are cool, well-spirited. But, giving the venue, etc. that's not awesome in my opinion. So shoot me down - what the heck. My two cents for what they're worth (not much these days). I'll ignore the message boards 'til after the answer is given from now on. Glad I didn't look on the 4th., that woulda been bad karma.
I've been downloading the songs via my Droid for the past week.
I haven't had any problems at all.
I just d/l Music...1st try.
"...bound to cover just a little more ground..."
I know I guessed it right, How do I find out if I won or if someone already guessed it? the anticipation is killing me!!!
The downloads are for those who haven't won now......go see whats in your fridge.
I can still go for the weekly prize. Plus, I'm not hungry. Just ate lunch. Bitter much?
Not everyone can "guess cold" like you and the other "superdeadheads"............if ya haven't heard, yesterday facebook told us that it was the last St.Stephen from the East Coast.....so my dog Gus could've guessed that! I believe they are trying to get everyone involved here, so easy on the sarcasm.
...fifteen minutes of the song coming online, I'm guessing you didn't win...BUT you'll be in the running for the weekly drawing so good luck!
Each day, the first person to guess the venue & date correctly will get a Road Trips of their choice. If you’re not first but you've answered correctly, you will also be automatically entered for a weekly prize of THE WARNER BROTHERS STUDIO ALBUMS VINYL BOX (EXCLUSIVE EDITION) or a FORMERLY THE WARLOCKS boxed set. Log in now and enter to win!
I hope you do win the vinyl if ya can Wilfredtjones..........just dont like the way some heads believe their is status amongst us. One show or 100....1 bootleg or 1000.....we all can feel what has, and, IS going on.
And, no with little or research. Yes, I did guess cold but 'Superdeadhead', your word and your quotes not mine. It's only an educated guess, luck. Thanks for your flattery though. This one was definitely harder than yesterday. I just wait for the tune to show up, listen and I guess. By the way, just what is sarcasm in your book? I don't see it in what I said. I just think it's very overstated to say that 'the antipication is killing me'. Yeah, I know it's a cliche but it's a vastly overused one. Aren't they all? Just forget it., move on. This is too phun for drama. Superdeadhead - sounds like fodder for a comic strip. teehee.
Peace........see ya at the UIC Pavillion
always wanted a decent recording of this show, mine is horrible, one tune down, many to go
i need yesterday's touch of grey if anyone can help!
This is a very nice 30 Days .... keep it coming and THANK YOU
Now go feed those hogs before they worry themselves into anemia
spring, 78, not quiet east coast
listen to the 2.50-3.15 section for a good spot to match shows too
it was at a college
the music never stopped; 8:52; 20.4 mb
I was looking in the right year, just could not find the sound. Finally found it 4 days after one of my favorite holidays.
has to be normal, IL from april 78. the MNS is so crazy, i know it by heart. wish i listened at 12 noon and put in my entry
And you may look the other way.
We can try to understand
The New York Times' effect on man.
Whether you're a head or whether you're a fan
The Music Never Stops!!
...and that's all I'm sayin'
This is clearly a '77-'79 version with the rhythm devils playing some mean licks and pre- Brent. More than that, I have no idea.
Anybody tell me when and where yesterday's St. Stephen's was from?
Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT - 10/15/83
7:52 - 18.0 MB (18,915,843 bytes) approx. 18.0 MB
rubenzack needs alot of help if he's looking for yesterday's touch. I know I played it on guitar & TRIED to sing it good, but he ain't gettin it too easy from anybody I guess. yesterday's tune was Saint Stephen, not TouchofGrey, TMALSS. TMNS is givin' me a hard time today. repeated DL attempts & incompletes on dialup. i LOVE highspeed at McDonald's. a great place to DL the DEAD? anywhere is!wish me luck please, I have no idea how long this tune will stay up...
The easiest way to find the previous day's song is to click on the calendar number at the top of this page.
this dialup is cracking me up! yet another incomplete & reattempt.I know I love this tune now.if I could just get this one version...my collection will be complete.& I can hear it too then, whenever I want... cause the stream definitely does not stream on dialup, it sort of hiccups.& that ain't no way to listen to DonnaJean!