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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
Corrina was my first guess, but upon Furthur review, I realize it will clearly be Jack Straw,
Could you have someone post a link for the pictures you got with your free download I have not had any pics but have all the downloads from Nov 1 perhaps the anti virus software?
This is an awesome prelude to Thanksgiving and am loving each days music and the challenge of picking the actual venue played at and date! Grate full of thanks to Dead net
Now go feed those hogs before they worry themselves into anemia
...I hope it's one of the ripping versions from 1977 or 1978. If it's Corinna, um, I, ah, don't care as much. ;-)
Jack Straw or Sugar Magnolia according to this page:
Obviously ignoring "Shit Happens."
Yeah. My Deadbase says it includes Hart, too. If it's Sugar Mags., I hope it's one of the rippin' versions from '72. Yesh.
I thought Bobby added the Sunshine Daydream part, but I've always thought of Sugar Magnolia as a Robert Hunter song.
Hunter and Weir wrote Sugar Magnolia, so your perception may be more correct. I guess the part about Bill Graham will be supplied with the answer tomorrow. I found no mention of Mickey Hart being an author of Corrina on this site's database. Thanks for keeping me on my toes.
What was the only Grateful Dead New Year's Eve show not in California???
I have no prizes, I just realized this fact for some reason today...
Thank you 3phase!! I missed a couple days now im caught up. Much love!
...was Boston Tea Party 12/31/69
...betting that TPTB are saving Sugar Magnolia until later in the contest. I wonder what the penultimate tune will be (if its not a Drums/Space)?
"Corinna" is credited to Hunter/Weir/Hart on the Evening Moods disc. Be careful about taking the dead.net site info on songs as gospel, there's a few errors/omissions scattered around there. They've got the music/lyrics credits backwards on Caboose.