30 Days of Dead November 16
Anybody else with a 192kbs Loose Lucy from day 13?
Is there a 320kbs?
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http://www.dead.net/show/august-24-1968 says "Shrine Exhibition Hall - August 23, 1968" as does http://www.deadlists.com/default.asp?http://deadlists.com/deadlists/showresults.asp?KEY=8/23/68.
While Setlists.net & archive.org say 'Shrine Auditorium,' one would assume that dead.net would have correct venue.
Do not assume that info on dead.net is necessarily or likely correct. (It's not even consistent, as your first citation and today's reveal on 30 Days show us.) Sorry not to have an erroneous showlist example to hand this morning - someone might - but I've encountered errors a few times in the Shows & Lyrics resources. (For a lyrics instance, those of the "breeze in the pines" verse of Sugar Magnolia given here at http://www.dead.net/song/sugar-magnolia are not what Bob has ever sung in my listening experience [though they reflect what was published in the first Gr Dead songbook and the Grateful Dead Anthology songbook - but not what's in Dodd's Complete Annotated Lyrics].) This site isn't a fault-free information resource.
This was same dilemma we faced with the Sugaree from Cleveland. There are two distinct spaces at the Shrine. There is the Exhibition Hall and there is the Auditorium. The Dead played the Exhibition Hall in May, July, and December 1968. Two From the Vault lists the Auditorium as the venue. The Dead site and deadlists lists the Exhibition Hall, as does the poster from the event AND the officially licensed Dead merchandise. Deadbase and Archive list the Auditorium. I came up with the correct date relatively quickly, but spent the rest of the day trying to decide if it was the Exhibition Hall or the Auditorium. I finally picked the Exhibition Hall, knowing in my heart that it was probably the Auditorium. I consider both to be correct. The bus came by and I got on, that's when it all began....
Since I'm sure many decided to use the name given on Dead.net for this venue, I certainly hope they were accepting both as correct answers. The info on the band's own site should assumed to be correct.
The venue answer accepted as correct for 30Days in both of these cases is not the venue shown on the site's own show database.
I have guessed them all right so far, I missed the first day because I didn't know this was happening. But I can not find this version. Out of the ones I guessed I wanted to get them all, but it looks like im going to miss this one. I may need to check the box set, maybe it's in there...
Keep searching, its there. Just a little tricky. Theres not a ton of recordings of OO from this year out there, and most of them segue into something else. There's that magic one that doesn't though.
Completely sucked into this show. Doesn't matter what they call the venue, these guys are ON!!!!!
Make it 14 Days of Jerry
it is back to Jerry tomorrow.
Terrapin? Eyes? Foolish Heart? Fire?
Skippin' through the lily fields I came across an empty space,
It trembled and exploded, left a bus stop in it's place.
The bus came by and I got on, that's when it all began,
What a Long Strange Trip It's Been---
Peace to All (After Starting w/ Clunkers, this makes 5 in a row!)
I am grateful for this 30 days of free music Thank you all the folks at Dead Net.
My record of getting the right shows have been lousy once I got two right and usually one out of 30.
So I guess if I had a silver dollar for every wrong guess could buy some great music from the Dead Store!
This one's going to take some digging.
Very, very tricky. But it is there. You just gotta poke around!
I am sure there is going to be someone who selects the correct state, the correct city, the correct date, and the wrong venue. No hints should be needed on this one, but there is mine.
Yepper! Here we go again! I am sure your prediction will be spot on. After locating this version today, I can only think back to Sugaree earlier in the contest, and the comment I posted early that day... advising our friends to wisely choose the venue.(~):-}
Absolutely, I was thinking back to the same thing when you wisely noticed the Public Hall/Public Auditorium question on Sugaree.
An interesting conundrum. Since there is evidence for more than just one possibility, it would be interesting if the most obvious one was incorrect. We have the rest of the day to ponder.
I went to http://www.dead.net/shows-by-year/1968 to 'officially' answer this question (now did I miss the date worrying to much about the venue???
Yes, the official Dead site lists one venue, while other official products list the other. The Dead site listed "Cleveland Public Hall" as the site of the 8/26/80 show from which we got the great Sugaree on November 4th. But the official answer was the Cleveland Public Auditorium. I selected the same answer I think you did, but will not at all be surprised if the "official" answer is the other. We'll find out in a few hours.
Searching I came across an early version of The Other One with lyrics I had not previously heard:
When I woke up this morning, my head was not in sight
I would ask the walls about it, but they vanished overnight
I could not think to spell my name, or fly there was no way
and the heat came round and busted me for smiling on a cloudy day
if you go to David Dodd's Annotated Grateful Dead Lyrics site and go to That's It For The Other One
this is the beginning of the 2nd half and set 2. hoping the songs and jams are deeper from here on out!!
Is Pigpen playing the organ on this tune, or is it Tom Contanten?
Oink oink, I think its a Piggy. Sounds whimsical, and slightly inebriated.
OH YES IT'S THE PIGSTER (& more than slightly--)
"The bus came by and I got on, that's when it all began" and boy am I glad I did… Thanks for all of the great music!! This is a very clean version. I took an educated guess at this One.
thanks Dead.net and all responsible for these great song every year
This being the era for which I have nearly every show, I knew the season and year based on the timing breakdown of the segments and then easily found it in my iTunes library. No help from Deadlists needed on this one. Kind of makes up for the brutal Big RR Blues from 2 days ago that I never got.
It's funny, because I'm a '72 completist and recognized BRR Blues immediately from the New York run, although I was 4 days off with the wrong version!
Now this is some rock-n-roll. Do yourself a favor and listen to this whole show. It's relentless! Have fun poking around.
I found it surprisingly quickly. The naming conventions for this song and the related jams make it tricky to track down.
The hints in the last few days have been surprisingly spot-on. I'm somewhat surprised this one is still available for streaming.
That's It For The Other One is a shorter way of stating Cryptical > Drums > Other One > Cryptical. The Drums portion is typically around 10-15 seconds.
Wow, they told us that it's an Other One from 68, maybe 69. That narrows it down to almost every show they played that year! This is the juiciest offering so far this month as I wake and listen, but I'm enjoying my Saturday and not going down that rabbit hole. Random guess...
then there it was but then it wasn't but then there it was again and what i thought sounded like what follows was not what was that follows
and so it goes
what a tasty nugget
(check out 4.11.69 if you have time while digging around, another fun little morsel)
Friday night. :) Me too...
Just got home, great night in Eugene, heard some fun Bluegrass'y, um, not sure HOW to describe them, they played Peter Gabriel and Yes along with all the other fun, Head For The Hills was their name, and afterwards found a new pizzeria that plays Dead tapes (!!), sang a Row Jimmy while waiting for my slice(salmon, onion, and tomato, omg so GOOD), and anyhow, it's now my Birthday, was hoping for a Scarlet (duh), do love the OO though, hope it's an old one, per the hint, loving the history month we're having!!! Gonna go listen now, but don't have the wherewithall to track it down I'm sure, that'll be for after dawn :) or more likely noon :0
sounds like a good night. have fun digging around. love this era for so many reasons but mostly because its so raw and in your face.
best wishes all around
a rose by any other name is still the bus stop where i got on
another great jam
p.s. this is not meant to be a clue, just me blabbin
giddy as a schoolgirl
Sounds like 69 to me.
Are you folks really gonna tell us the year of this track right up front? Now that's a hint!
And a tasty jam to enjoy while i see if i can find this one ....