Submission for: 11/30/2010 from dsvdsv
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Thanks guys, the only thing better than listening to this streaming on the computer is listening to it again and again on the old stereo (or in the car or while walking the dog. For anyone who wants to capture and record the stream, check out http://www.applian.com/freecorder4/download.php. Wiyh it you can capture streaming audio or video. I have no association with the site, just passing along a good find.
Yessah, just fantastic playing throughout this piece!
For me, this band has reached the height of their power
(up to this point) during the February '70 Fillmore East "residency"
and then into the studio for the Workingman's sessions.
If one would want or in some cases need more of this date,
I refer you, Listener of Dead, to Dick's #4 2/13-14/70.
Clearly audible is Owsley Stanley's handywork a band that is feeling pretty good.
Thanks for providing
shwack in nh
This is the real stuff. Love it.
love this period Dead. Foot down and go. Haven't heard this ihn too long. Thanks!
The interplay between Jerry and Bob after the drum solo is superb. As Jerry is playing some bluesy licks, Bob is laying down some "screaming" guitar. This is a term that the jazz folks use to describe a high pitched trumpet solo in a big band. One of the best Good Lovin' versions that I ever heard from the Dead.
Here Hear -
This is an awesome Jam - 1970 - yea baby, peace out.
excellent- just in time-- i needed some good love!