30 Days Of Dead FAQs
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thanks for bringing this up.
Q: Who won?
You'd think there'd be some folks bragging it up around here if they won...I've been staying tuned ever since we were told to 'stay tuned' regarding the winners in the most recent (was it?) newsletter...
That should be Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ. The other correction is Capitol Theater, Port Chester,NY. I saw shows at both venues and people always confused the spellings.
So what is the answer to the Nov. 30th mp3 download...?
This is the next day & no location or date has shown up for the 30th download. Also all the previous downloads (except for the Nov. 1st one) have vanished. I realize the 30 days have ended but please, finish by telling us what the 30th was. (date & location)
Next day edit: Thank you, it was 6.17.76 Capital Theater, Passaic, NJ
Hey now, couldn't get the download for 11/28 due to a service interruption with my ISP...anyway I can get it to so I don't have 29 Days? Thanks for putting this out there every November, I really appreciate it!
November 1st's Answer
10.17.83 Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, NY:This was the Grateful Dead's only appearance in Lake Placid, NY, site of the Miracle On Ice. Of course, late in the show the band played "I Need A Miracle." This "Sugaree" has always been considered one of the best of the 1980s, in a rare show-opening slot.
November 2nd's Answer
5.17.77 University of Alabama Coliseum, Tuscaloosa, AL: This was the first of only three versions of "High Time" played in 1977, followed by none in 1978. Other later years without a "High Time" included 1983 and 1989.
November 3rd's Answer
"Uncle John's Band"
5.1.70 Alfred College, Alfred, NY: This show was played the night before the famous Harpur College show, and featured its share of great music, including a good mix of acoustic and electric Dead.
November 4th's Answer
"Lost Sailor>Saint Of Circumstance"
7.11.81 Alpine Valley Music Theater, E. Troy, WI:This was the Grateful Dead's second appearance at Alpine Valley, a venue they played every year in the 1980s aside from 1983.
November 5th's Answer
6.4.78 UCSB Stadium, Santa Barbara, CA: This was the Grateful Dead's third visit to Campus Stadium at UCSB, with the other being in 1973 and 1974, and this would turn out to be the Grateful Dead's final trip to Santa Barbara.
November 6th's Answer
"China Cat Sunflower>I Know You Rider"
4.14.71 Christy Mathewson Stadium, Bucknell University Lewisburg, PA:An odd little tour that found the band playing larger and smaller college campuses, along with major city venues like the Boston Music Hall and the Fillmore East.
November 7th's Answer
"Samson And Delilah"
4.5.88 Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT:This was the third night of a three night run in Hartford. The first night featured Jerry losing his voice, the second night featured some bizarre setlist moments, and the third night was a good, all-around solod show, and also featured Brent's debut of "Louie Louie".
November 8th's Answer
"Here Comes Sunshine"
11.17.73 UCLA: From the upcoming Dave's Picks Vol. 5, this is widely considered one of the top 3 versions of "Here Comes Sunshine" ever played (along with the version from 12/19/73 aka Dick's Picks Vol. 1.
November 9th's Answer
"Scarlet Begonias> Fire On The Mountain"
7.31.82 Manor Downs, Austin, TX:This mighty fine show at Manor Downs featured loads of great songs, and great performances of great songs, including this "Scarlet>Fire". Other highlights include a great "Bird Song" and a terrific "Morning Dew".
November 10th's Answer
3.20.77 Winterland, San Francisco, CA: This is the fifth version of "Estimated Prophet," a song that would be played at most shows in 1977, and would appear on the Terrapin Station album.
November 11th's Answer
3.25.91 Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, NY: This is a somewhat rare jam that follows outside of the frame another song. It comes out of "Spoonful," and hints at a few musical themes. While not quite the jam level of the one played at the same venue a year-and-a-day prior, it's still very interesting.
November 12th's Answer
"Ramble On Rose"
12.19.73 Curtis Hixon Covention Hall, Tampa, FL: This is an "outtake" from Dick's Picks Vol. 1, a terrific release that features the best music of a great show on two CDs. The remaining material, though, as demonstrated by this "Ramble On Rose," is also excellent.
November 13th's Answer
12.31.89 Oakland Coliseum Arena, Oakland, CA: This is a rare set-closing "Shakedown Street" from the New Year's Eve 1989-1990 show. Earlier in the set, Bonnie Raitt sat in, and later in the show, the Grateful Dead performed their first California "Dark Star" in more than five years.
November 14th's Answer
2.11.70 Fillmore East, NYC: "Black Peter" had entered the reportoire just two months before, and would be recorded shortly after this performance for Workingman's Dead. This version is from the first set from 2/11/70.
November 15th's Answer
"The Music Never Stopped"
4.21.78 Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY:This show is mostly known for the Stella Blue that appeared on the So Many Roads box set in 1999, but there is some other great music at this show, including this Music Never Stopped, a song that peaked in 1978 to many people.
November 16th's Answer
10.20.68 Greek Theatre, Berkeley:By late 1968, "Dark Star" had developed into the form it would maintain throughout 1969, featuring long, pyschedelic passages. Later in 1969 into 1970, "Dark Star" often headed into more melodic territory.
November 17th's Answer
"Let It Grow>Deal"
2.28.81:A great run of shows in Chicago to open the Grateful Dead's 1981 performing year was filled with exceptional music. There is a heck of a lot of excellent music in 1981 start-to-finish.
November 18th's Answer
4.29.77 Palladium, NYC:This is the first of a five night run at the Palladium in New York, previously known as the Academy Of Music. Some of this show was released as part of Download Series Volume 1 back in 2005, along with the entire 4/30/77 show.
November 19th's Answer
10.2.72 Springfield Civic Center Arena, Springfield, MA:"Bird Song" in late 1972 was a spectacular first set jam vehicle, to add to the other first set exploratory song, "Playing In The Band." Generally, on the Fall Tour of 1972, the first sets featured these two major songs, with the second sets then featuring either "Dark Star" or "The Other One."
November 20th's Answer
"Playing In The Band"
11.30.80 Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA: One of the longest-tenured, most-played songs in the Grateful Dead's reportoire, "Playing in the Band" was a launching pad for some of the finest jams in the band's career.
November 21st's Answer
"New Minglewood Blues"
2.24.71 Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY: From the final night of a legendary six night run in Port Chester, NY, this always-rocking tune, which dates back to 1966 for the Grateful Dead.
November 22nd's Answer
2.4.78 Milwaukee Auditoium, Milwaukee, WI:A few tracks from this Milwaukee show were included on .
November 23rd's Answer
12.7.71 Felt Forum, NYC:From the final night of a four night stand at the Felt Forum in New York (the ground-level theater below Madison Square Garden). This tour marked the return of Pigpen to the band, where he would remain for the next six months, until his departure in June, 1972.
November 24th's Answer
"The Other One"
9.27.76 War Memorial Arena, Rochester, NY:This is from the second of 10 shows the Grateful Dead performed at the War Memorial in Rochester.
November 25th's Answer
2.24.73 Iowa Fieldhouse, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA: A cool jam precedes this fine Sugar Magnolia, a jam that came out of "Eyes Of The World" in the show-closing sequence.
November 26th's Answer
5.9.78 Syracuse NY:This "Franklin's Tower" opened the Syracuse show on the Spring Tour in 1978. After the band put "Help>Slip" on hiatus in the Fall of 1977 (until 1983), Franklin's found itself without a set place in the show. Sometimes before "Drums", sometimes after, and in this extra-rare position as an opener.
November 27th's Answer
"That's It For The Other One>Cosmic Charlie"
6.8.69 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA: A great double dose of primal-era Dead, these two songs were not often paired like this. This is from the final night of a four-night run at the Fillmore West.
November 28th's Answer
5.26.77 Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD:This is from the penultimate show of the majestic Spring Tour of 1977, a really fine show wedged between 5/25/77 (Dave's Picks 1) and 5/28/77 (To Terrapin).
November 29th's Answer
5.14.74 Adams Field House, University of Montana, Missoula, MT:This is the Grateful Dead's only appearance in Montana, and was only the second show of their first Wall Of Sound Tour. The show also features a monster, deep-space "Dark Star".
November 30th's Answer
"Help On The Way>Slipknot!>Franklin's Tower"
6.17.76 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ:This sequence was played 1975-1977, 1983-1985 and 1989-1995, and was always filled with great jamming, particularly on the middle segment.
It happens with both Chrome and Internet Explorer
Is there a list to go to for all 30 days of songs and where /when?
are you using when this happens?
The bottom left of the screen shows a download happening and 2 things are not right: 1 the download takes way too short a time and 2. The downloaded file is only a few kb in size and contains no music