cause if you don't know then i don't know
but we do know, don't we?
but then again who can be sure?
is this really half over already?
slow down dave what's the hurry?
Deadbase 50 says one thing for today's song archive.org says another I went with what it says in deadbase
Does anyone Know if only the daily winners get entered into the pnw boxset giveaway or does every person that guesses right on a given day get entered? wondering if I has a multiple chances or winning because I've guess right every day except day one and day 12 and 13 didn't try on those days or if I have no chances lol
For the most part I figure out the show within 30 to 45 min. on the harder ones and less than 10 on the easier ones
That's it for the other one is the full suite name as appears on Anthem of the Sun,additional titles were added for copyright and royalty purposes, when the songbook came out it had a mistake in it confusing matters more the title above the "you know he had to die" sung by Garcia says That's it for the other one author Bob Weir & the title over the "Spanish lady" sung by Weir says Crypitical Envelopment aurthor Garcia,but clearly they wrote the parts they sing and to make matter worse Willy Legate said the title to Bob's part is actually Quodlibet For Tenderfeet Deadbase doesn't use the full name in setlist, they list them as Crypitical>Other one>Crypitical or more accurately they List verses sung,so if no Jerry verse it says other one,if no Bob verse it says crypitical GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!
would it kill someone to add the actual names and dates to the mp3 meta-data? These mp3s download with ridiculous file names and no information embedded for the player to sort them...
Also, the navigation for the month? Like, I remember this thing halfway through November and it's a pain to navigate to all the previous days, couldn't there be easier links? Like, links to all days on all pages? Or even a previous/next!
well if they put the answer in the download then...
happened one year very briefly
Adding metadata dates would kill the fun of the contest, wouldn't it?
prime choice cuts - thank you!
One source has a bunch fun comments and background stories.
Drum solo please.....I mean bass pedal.
...with that kind of hint! Primal Dead. Love it. Bobby sounds high as fuck. Talk about peaking! I'm sure they all were at just about every show back then :^)
Another nugget that is easy to find but challenging to name. That Dave is pretty sneaky! A little digging will reveal (hopefully) the correct answer. Think I'll go shoot some baskets and contemplate the unknown.
perhaps Donald Rumsfield was another RWNJ Deadhead. Full quote:
"Because as we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns – the ones we don't know we don't know. "
Dear god... they sound so messed up on this recording LOL
It's easy to forget how amazing it is that the Dead recorded nearly all of their shows and that decades later we can so casually listen to such great music as if were today. Thank you Dead.net
Who knows what the Mother Ship "says" is the right venue designation. If you find the right version, you can, without a lot more, find the correct venue. The true venue differs from what various on-line resources and circulating tapes say, to the extent they say. So, go with the truth because it will set you free.
it seems like they are taking the venue title from the setlists.net show listings...on Archive, this show has a venue.
In the comments on Archive somebody says the venue is wrong.
Sick selection today. One of my faves. Thank you Dave! Used to have a charlie t-shirt found at a flea market way back when in middle school...wonder whatever happened to that...I'm beginning to realize that i've listened to entirely too much dead. At the risk of sounding like bragging/complaining these have been far too easy this year...only one that took longer than like 5 minutes was that darned loop o' lazy lightning. Kinda frightening. (I loathe that rhyme btw lol) Let's get weird!!
doesn't begin to adequately describe this Other One jam, but I was blown away! Love how it mellows into a pretty little country jam about 2/3rds of the way through, then it's full on lead guitar blow your hair back jam to the finish. Alot of trippin' through the lilly fields trying to find this one, esp. the venue question. Picked one and went with it as I couldn't rely on the one, not listed, on this site.
It WAS listed earlier this morning. Go figure...? Now the date in the Dead.net archive seems to have been changed to a day earlier, but that earlier date doesn't show up on Archive or Deadlists. I'm SO confused :-)
I've noticed that a lot, if not all dates on dead.net are off by 1.
An awesome version...the boosted kick (audio r) - maybe Mickey - is a challenge...but otherwise quite the ride!
check out the Charlie Miller SBD on archive.org it's so hot it will burn off both your ears!
yep, it's almost always the Charlie Miller. he is the gold standard of sound for us Heads these days.
thank you Charlie, and keep up the great work !
Abridged hunt … we had a new baby boy early this morning! Once all was well and I had to meet some workers, I had the opportunity to search a little. I think I got it … 15 of 16 so far (Still taking credit for the Oakland Coliseum show … Alameda … shmalameda. What fun this is?
There's what's listed in the archive and something else in deadbase, but I'm going with what's on the playbill and the article in the paper. Either earned me or cost me a shot at a cool wall calendar, we'll see!
if you poke around on archive.org, you'll find agreement with other sources.
not that any hints are really needed. this year's had a lot of easy answers.
thanks again to all involved !
The very first word is how do you do? This one was a challenge. I am loving my new hard cover DeadBase 50. Figured it was time to update the DeadBase IX. New ones come in as the old ones go....
It all depends on what's with you
This was a fun treat, haven't found my way to this show before. The pre-verse Other One jam is ferocious!
The site let me enter an answer twice though. First this morning, before I had a chance to listen to the whole thing. And then a second time later, but the venue name I chose in the morning wasn't there anymore. Odd. Anyone see this?
I likeeee and 69 and 70 was one of my favorite era's of the band, they found their footing and gelled as a band which thankfully kept them together over the next 25 years so I was able to catch some of the magic.
Here's the poster and the promo in the student paper:
The listing on Dead.net:
The Grateful Dead guide from November 2017
There were at least half a dozen resources that confirmed that the Robertson Gym was the venue for 1/17/69. Just sayin.'
I was there, freshman year at UCSB. I don't remember Cosmic Charlie being played. I do remember not thinking it was a very good show at the time. I was into the GD, listened to their first couple of album contemporaneously. Pigpen didn't seem very into it that night.
Day 16 "That's It For The Other One" Isn't it possible to fade back Bill's hammering nails with that 1969 bass drum? Jerry's extravagant lead quitar is beaten to a pulp, but perhaps you love the unique recording, in which case, I empathize, but wish there was a more balanced mixing.
This can't be Robertson Gym, that place is like an airplane hanger. If this is outdoors, then it is Anisq'Oyo Park, Isla Vista, CA.