• October 13, 2008
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    Change Rocks Brings Together Dead, Allmans One Mo' Time

     The Dead reunited last night (Monday, October 13) for the first time in four years, thrilling a sold-out crowd of devoted fans when they performed in State College, PA.  The “Change Rocks” concert, which also featured the Allman Brothers Band, was held at the 15,000-capacity Bryce Jordan Center on the campus of Penn State University to raise awareness for Senator Barack Obama and the upcoming November 4 election. 

     Original Dead members Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart were joined throughout the whole show by RatDog's Jeff Chimenti on keyboards and Allman Brothers Band/Gov’t Mule/ex-Phil & Friends and The Dead guitarist Warren Haynes.  They tore through a 15-song, two-hour set that included such Dead classics as “U.S. Blues,” “Franklin's Tower,” “Playin' In The Band,” “Dark Star,” “St. Stephen” and “Touch of Grey.”  The crowd--a mix of college students, longtime Deadheads and Barack Obama supporters--were on their feet from the first notes of show opener “Truckin,’” through the psychedelic explorations of “Dark Star,” to the end of “Not Fade Away,” the night’s closer.

     In a video-taped message shown between sets, Senator Obama told the audience:

     “For twenty months, I’ve been traveling this country from town to town-even developing a ‘Touch of Grey’ of my own.  And on that journey, I’ve seen Americans who are hurting under the politics and policies of Washington.  They need change, and I am running for President to bring about that change.

     

    “On November 4th, you’ll get to make a choice between two different candidates with two dramatically different visions for our future.  You’ll get to choose which direction you want to take our country.  I believe that now is the time to put Americans back to work and rebuild our middle class; to live up to the promise of affordable health care for everyone; to guarantee a quality education for all our children; to end our dependence on Middle East oil; and to bring this war in Iraq to a responsible end.  We can do all that.  And on November 5th, I hope to announce that we ‘Ain’t Wasting Time No More.’”

     

    The Dead last performed in 2004 on their “Wave That Flag” tour.  In February of this year, Hart, Lesh and Weir played a “Deadheads For Obama” show at the Warfield in San Francisco, and last year Weir, Kreutzmann and Hart performed at a post-inauguration for Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.

     

    CHANGE ROCKS SETLIST
    Bryce Jordan Center
    Pennsylvania State University
    State College, PA
    October 13, 2008

    Filmed greeting by Senator Barack Obama

    Truckin'>
    U.S. Blues
    Help On The Way>
    Slipknot!>
    Franklin's Tower
    Playing In The Band>
    Dark Star
    St. Stephen>
    Unbroken Chain>
    The Other One>
    Throwin' Stones>
    Playing Reprise

    Encore:
    Touch of Grey>
    Not Fade Away

    Bob Weir, Warren Haynes, gtr; Phil Lesh, bs; Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart, dms; Jeff Chimenti, kbds.

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Change Rocks Brings Together Dead, Allmans One Mo' Time

 The Dead reunited last night (Monday, October 13) for the first time in four years, thrilling a sold-out crowd of devoted fans when they performed in State College, PA.  The “Change Rocks” concert, which also featured the Allman Brothers Band, was held at the 15,000-capacity Bryce Jordan Center on the campus of Penn State University to raise awareness for Senator Barack Obama and the upcoming November 4 election. 

 Original Dead members Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart were joined throughout the whole show by RatDog's Jeff Chimenti on keyboards and Allman Brothers Band/Gov’t Mule/ex-Phil & Friends and The Dead guitarist Warren Haynes.  They tore through a 15-song, two-hour set that included such Dead classics as “U.S. Blues,” “Franklin's Tower,” “Playin' In The Band,” “Dark Star,” “St. Stephen” and “Touch of Grey.”  The crowd--a mix of college students, longtime Deadheads and Barack Obama supporters--were on their feet from the first notes of show opener “Truckin,’” through the psychedelic explorations of “Dark Star,” to the end of “Not Fade Away,” the night’s closer.

 In a video-taped message shown between sets, Senator Obama told the audience:

 “For twenty months, I’ve been traveling this country from town to town-even developing a ‘Touch of Grey’ of my own.  And on that journey, I’ve seen Americans who are hurting under the politics and policies of Washington.  They need change, and I am running for President to bring about that change.

 

“On November 4th, you’ll get to make a choice between two different candidates with two dramatically different visions for our future.  You’ll get to choose which direction you want to take our country.  I believe that now is the time to put Americans back to work and rebuild our middle class; to live up to the promise of affordable health care for everyone; to guarantee a quality education for all our children; to end our dependence on Middle East oil; and to bring this war in Iraq to a responsible end.  We can do all that.  And on November 5th, I hope to announce that we ‘Ain’t Wasting Time No More.’”

 

The Dead last performed in 2004 on their “Wave That Flag” tour.  In February of this year, Hart, Lesh and Weir played a “Deadheads For Obama” show at the Warfield in San Francisco, and last year Weir, Kreutzmann and Hart performed at a post-inauguration for Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.

 

CHANGE ROCKS SETLIST
Bryce Jordan Center
Pennsylvania State University
State College, PA
October 13, 2008

Filmed greeting by Senator Barack Obama

Truckin'>
U.S. Blues
Help On The Way>
Slipknot!>
Franklin's Tower
Playing In The Band>
Dark Star
St. Stephen>
Unbroken Chain>
The Other One>
Throwin' Stones>
Playing Reprise

Encore:
Touch of Grey>
Not Fade Away

Bob Weir, Warren Haynes, gtr; Phil Lesh, bs; Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart, dms; Jeff Chimenti, kbds.

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Yeah! C'mon audience recordings!!!!!
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Looks good. I had wanted to go back to my alma mater for this show, but sadly I couldn't make it. The set list looks great. I second that -- get those recordings up ASAP!
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Thank you all. Time to hit the hay!
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Thank you Keith Litzenberger for your quick posting of this show. We're bound to cover just a little more ground. Listening to the stream and downloading from bt.tree as I type. Many thanks again. "When I die bury me deep, put two speakers at my feet, pair of ear phones on my head, and always play The Grateful Dead."
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Did everybody see the double rainbow on either side of the Bryce Jordan Center for awhile in the late afternoon? The cool atmospheric phenomenon legends continue...The crowd was really laid back and there was a nice mix of old timers and the kids who are still coming out in droves to see the boys (after 43 years and counting! The faces really do stay the same.) The Allman Brothers came out and blew the roof off the place, and then the Dead treated us to a beautiful set with Bobby and Phil clicking as usual and laying down tasty, dynamic rhythms, Warren and Jeff jamming away with unusual power, and Billy and Mickey having some serious fun. Both bands were ON! A gorgeous day filled with kind vibes and kinder jams, prefaced by the aforementioned rainbows. Woo-hoo!
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gonna spend the morn pretending I was there... sounds great so far, thanks again!
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Well, they kept me dancin' all night! A nice show with lots of big jams. The transitions were a little rough, but the tunes were hot! Thanks to both bands for a fine evening! How about a spring tour????
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RIGHT NOW!!! Sounds sooooo good. Lots of people, LOTS were downloading....usually takes 30 mins or so on bt.etree to d/l a show...this one I had speeds of 1.5 meg/sec and it finished in like 7 minutes!!! THANK YOU TAPERS!!!!! ..even a blind man knows when the sun is shinin'...you can feel it!..
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Hope everyone made it home safe,andGREAT SHOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now when can we do that again;))))))))))))))))
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There were video cameras there. Wonder how long it will be before that surfaces? An in what context? Totally awesome show. Ever seen all those together before in one show, never mind one set? Conversation is always more interesting than recitation, so speak your mind and not someone else's.
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The boyz should release this one as a download and fund raiser for Obama
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Woweeee what a GRATE TIME!!! ~*Standing on the moon with nothing left to do, a lovely view of Heaven but I'd rather be with you*~
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Couldn't agree more.....WOwWeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Grate time and a Grate show!!!!!!
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I need some help downloading the show? not really sure what to do with this torrent stuff. any help would be grately appreciated. ~*Standing on the moon with nothing left to do, a lovely view of Heaven but I'd rather be with you*~
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So much could be said....short & sweet: A ON night for the boys & a super nice family vibe in the lot...Very nicely played and grateful......................
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Thanks Keith Litzenberger for getting this up. What a pleasure to listen to it today, and with the Allmans tacked on. Made my day.
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most folks over at the RATDOG site are just complaining and trashing the show. The main adjective being used is "train wreck." I'm not sure what show they saw, but the show I was at last night rocked out! Nothin' left to do but smile smile smile, in my humble opinion.
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Allmans were great! Dead was really good, seems like they never let Warren really achieve liftoff. Transitions were a bit rough, Still, very enjoyable. Would like to see a tour of this. Probably should spend some rehearsal time beforehand. Whats up with the missing merchandise? No T shirts!! Nothing inside at all!! Did the Republican Party stop the shipment from arriving? I mean really, there should have been a huge Obama merch set up inside to help get the message out. No buttons, stickers, event posters, tshirts.... nuthin......Can someone please explain this to me........... Still a great time was had by all.
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Listened to the stream whilst downloading and thought it rocked, as far as the ratdog board, well you always hear know it alls digesting each and every detail and critisizing this or that. I will never understand why even bother to buy a ticket or listen if all you can do is bitch, complain, and funniest of all, trying to second guess what they are going to play.Let the words be yours, I am done with mine. tahoejimbo420 Not Fade Away!
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p.s. Can anyone point me to the archived Allman set?tahoejimbo420 Not Fade Away!
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This was an amazing time. Thank you for coming together in State College! Thank you to the Heavy Pets as well for a kick-ass pre-party and post-party show at the Cafe!
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After tour in a blur during the 90s, I got to experience a true miracle! Last night was my first show as a WarfRat. I remembered every song in the set, and I remember every conversation I had. The set was dynamic! The boys were on. I can't believe they've been jammin for 43+ years. Keep on keepin on! Thanks to the boys and brothers Life's journey is the reward! JamonA
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show sounds good! much better than the last time all 4 got together. can someone put this on archive.org? or explain etree? can't seem to download it there. and what is bit torrent anyway? flac is good enough for me.see you all in the spring/summer...
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What the hell were they on? From what I can hear, I didn't expect them to sounds this great! If this is them playing with no rehearsal, I can't imagine what some practice would do! I really hope a tour comes out of this. Warren wasn't my first choice to play with them either, but I've been converted. I love that 'wah" sound. I would follow this band around if I could. Thanks to everyone posting links!
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tj crowley set list looks impressive BUT warren was a bit weak (possibly the bros. set wore him down where he and derek tore it up) it was obviosu that bobby got his wish/dream..to lead the boys thought seque's were a bit weak/un-impressive
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please inform them, that we as the fans really need more. we need more. we need more. i or should i say we really would like to see them again PLEASE TOUR !!!!
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I always keep expectations very low in the post-jerry era of dead permutations and combinations. Thank god for low expectations...this show was really enjoyable. For those who choose to criticize segs, consider the fact that the "leader walked off", and Phil and Bobby are in the uncomfortable position of having to direct the jams, particularly toward transition times. Not to sound too obnoxious, but in the old days, they simply had "to be" and allow jerry to gently lead...that vacuum creates problems which we all have to accept. It can also be a lesson in humility to watch Bob and Phil try to do that which Jerry never really had to think about. And it is also a lesson in humor watching Mickey try to control the flow into Dark Star, as Phil grabs the reigns away from him!! Once again, the manifestation of a vacuum in leadership and human nature colliding in space. As for Warren, he erred on the side of respect. We all know what a fine "Jerry" he can be...it had nothing to do with being tired or worn out. He too was put in an uncomfortable position...this felt like Bob and Phil's show, and Warren eased in soft and slow. Finally, it was clear that the band rehearsed...you can't just walk in and almost pull off Help or Slipknot, or Ashes, or Unbroken Chain. Those songs at least required the boys backstage an hour before the set walking through changes...trust me. No criticism from me. If anything, I miss the voice the most. "..one good thing, one good thing, when it hits you feel no pain..."
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tj crowley yes you are correct...'the higher my expectations the lower my serenity' and i can/couod be argumenttative/judgemental as for jer always leading the boys, i don't suport..if you follow over the years, 'ace' has tended to be the anchor reigning in jer from outer tonal zones...last nite, phil laid down a great lower range of support while jeff pulls the boys from a too passive a warren...bill/mickey were tight as well open to booby's re-directing (ie/ pick up the tempo for seque into faster dark start). historiucally it's always been joked that 'ace' always wanted to lead the boys and it would be obvious when bobby would lay down a riff w/o jer/phil responding and he would shake his head laying down the pattern again...last nite, booby was louder than usual adding his impressive rhythem/lead chords that only he does (well..maybe keith richards comes close). my posting was not so much a blemish but rather an honest appraisal...as for warren..i've been listenning tom him since he played w/ david allen coe and recognized his genius but last nite after a HOT bros. set he struggled w/ keeping his string hand on the neck seeking help w/ wiping it into his tee shirt yes..decreased expectation..increased serenity 'blessed are those that do not expect for they shall not be disappointed'' thnaks for your feed-back/in-put
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tj crowley and oh! before i'm chastised...on an off nite, 'the boys' are on
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TJ Crowley said: . For those who choose to criticize segs, consider the fact that the "leader walked off", and Phil and Bobby are in the uncomfortable position of having to direct the jams, particularly toward transition times. Not to sound too obnoxious, but in the old days, they simply had "to be" and allow jerry to gently lead...that vacuum creates problems which we all have to accept. It can also be a lesson in humility to watch Bob and Phil try to do that which Jerry never really had to think about. I completly agree with this statement, I acknowlege that to be very much part of the situation that ocuurs during key transisitions and alos during "reeling it in" at several bridge points between songs/jams/ ect..... WELL PUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Boy was it foggy on the way home this morning from State College!!! Had a gr8 thyme with old friends and new the only down point was the parking lot....with the police running up and down the rows busting people even sitting in their car minding their own business...but i guess they where breakin the law.....Just wish the boys would have filled the Philly Spectrum instead..in fact if it came down to it i think Philly has more schools to rally up if that was what they where looking for...... But we where all there for the MUSIC and the music LIVES WITHIN US ALL.... For not playin together for several years i think the boys sounded gr8.....with like a gr8est Hit setlist the music just PHilled the air with song....From the begining lines of TRUCKIN to the last clap of the hands to the beat of the heart because we know our LOVE WILL NOT FADE AWAY........ Bobbys last words last nite should be remembered................. he quoted Hunter S. Thompson If every Dead Head in the state Florida would have voted in 00 we would be living in a different world today........................ So you Pa. Dead Heads i think Bobby was trying to tell you something Let The Words Be Yours, I'm Done With Mine.......................
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I never heard of this wklitz stream; I'm gonna try it now...hot...Obama...hisself... Eric Abrahamson Yale University Pierson '71 P.O. Box 1112 Berkeley, CA 94701 510-809-1369 x6149 ericabrahamson@aya.yale.edu ericabrahamson2@horizon.csueastbay.edu Senior Computer Science Major ericabrahamso@hotmail.com http://www.EricAbrahamsonsBlog.BlogSpot.Com http://hotjobs
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sixstringsmoreorlesh i disagree on the segue jams there were many fine dead jams that highlighted the show including "SLIPKNOT" jam after "HELP ON THE WAY" jam in "Dark Star" jammin' the middle of "St.Stephen" segue jam from 'Throwin Stones" into "Playin in the Band" reprise to close the show and the second encore being "NFA" means they are coming back ?...............
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Wow, those boyz tore it up from start to finish. When the boyz dont play together much, you really appreciate what Billy and Mickey bring to the mix. What a psychadelic show it was. Anyone who complains should just jump off the bus. These boyz are the best and only band that can pull off jams like that. The changes the exploration- WOW. Bring on more!!
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I agree with TJ that doing these shows without Jerry leaves the guys in a conundrum - either get someone to play like Jerry or get someone totally different. Too much like Jerry and they sound like a cover band of themselves (not a criticism having played in a GD cover band for 20+ years) - or go in a different direction and I would count Warren Haynes in that group. He's an awesome guitarist and vocalist and has moments of brilliance with the boys but he has a very different approach to playing. While he is an excellent improviser the music as an ongoing conversation that the Dead is not what he is versed in. He seems to get a little lost in the subtleties, transitions, etc. Since there is no map or predetermined direction he seems tentative as to when to interject himself and when to lie low. Hell, the Grateful Dead didn't always get this right with Jerry but when they did it was magic. That being said, I had a great time at the show. The song selection was very adventurous and if they fell flat a few time so be it. I thought Phil was spot on and Bobby was great other than a few obligatory lyric tweaks, it's always great to listen to Mickey and Billy chase each other around the one. It wouldn't be a Grateful Dead show without warts and this show had its fair share but it was great to hear them dust the rust off the old tunes and put on a show. I hope they can work it out and go on tour this Spring.
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Sounds great!! I think Phil gets a boost from Bobby. Just Bob and Warren is a great guitar balance, bring back The Grateful Dead! (and The Allman Bros and both should tour continuously until the sky falls!) I want more..... "Fuck 'em if they can't take a joke!"
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Thank you tapers! For those of us who live far away, having a good recording hours after the performance is just great. Thank you Barack Obama for having the courage to associate with us outlaws. Thank you Phil, Bob, Mickey, Billy, Jeff, Warren, Greg and everyone else who made this possible. A love for real. Everyone, get out and vote. Being apolitical for most of my life was a mistake. Things have just gotten too far out of hand not to vote. Please vote and help your friends and family vote. Peace, David
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FOR A REAL GOOD TIME!!!!! Now about 12 hours of sleep to recover. I hope they do a spring summer tour, had to travel solo. My wife would really enjoy a grate show.
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A good night and well worth the trip to PA. Those who continually draw the comparison to the days before will continually set themselves up for disappointment. It will never be the same and that's just how it is. So enjoy what we have, enjoy what they give us now.They came back together after 4 years to give us a real good time! I had a real good time..... Miss you Jerry!
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oooooooooo i just love it when no one "leads" the boyz. they just sort of chase each other around all night long. i love it. full of rhythm. this show rocks. warren is great. not leading so much but more blending in. we all know he can rip killer leads all night long. this shows his true musicianship. for a musician to be able to completely mold into a different vibe to fit in with a band that plays much different than his normal style is simply amazing. and he did not overplay at all! props to you warren. your wah sound is just beautiful. reminds me of the old days. check out my music page... http://www.myspace.com/purplepharmacy2008 c'mon Mr. Haynes, you know you want to invite me to jam with ya:):):)
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Some funny comments about the show have been posted.This wasn't right , this was weak, blah flippin' blah. The only thing that needed to be checked was the audience. Way to show Penn State that the Dead draw people who come and screw up your campus. I am a green deadhead, in two ways. I have been a few actual shows, '89 and after. Just a few. I know "weak" right? I did not dig the scene at all in the '90s. I have road the ratdog (not capitalized) road for far too long. Getting drunk and trying to sing over the band seems to be the usual audience participation these days.Put Rob in and the you had a RATDOG, not a Dead cover band. I Can't visit the dog sight, I don't want to read about a Train-wreck (isn't that a strand or somethin'?) . Like the Gore years, it didn't happen. Bobby was the leader of the band. Phil, Mickey, and Billy were great, Warren was great! Whatever your hangups are with the show...... you can always not come. Or when you go bowling with Bobby you can talk over lyrics with him. Perhaps when your jogging with Phil, he'll take a minute to listen. Good luck on driving to Hawaii to chat with Billy. Maybe you will bump into Mickey in Washington, D.C. & Maybe not. I'm sure they love your comments. Or maybe they would want to talk about why they performed. OBAMA. Oh, yeah? So I'm low on Dead shows, bloated with the Dog, and dissapointed/pleased to have Phil's great bands flushed every year or so. Some line-ups better than others, like when Warren practiced for the Dead shows with a couple of Phil's friends, for a few years. Awesome! Let's not mention letting JO dabble with Jerry's lyrics, not just Phil but the whole damn band. Do you want Joan back? YES THE RAINBOW ARC COULD BE SEEN IN paint by number morning skies FROM THE WEST about 10AM EST. YES I HAVE PHOTOS 35mm not photo-shopped OF THE RAINBOW OVER ALPINE VALLEY AT THE GDFR. That's my 2 cents worth. Wow I just noticed there is not a cent symbol on my computer keyboard.................................................One in 10,000 come for the show
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I agree with many of the afore mentioned sentiments. First, it was great to see the boys together again jamming away. As my buddy put it: they weren't playin' around; they went straight into jamming after the Truckin'>U.S. Blues opener. Now, I will say that there were some issues with transitions/segues. I'm sure that they rehearsed, but regaining more smoothness with transitions might come after more playing together. Regarding Warren: I don't believe that he was tired, but it is possible. I do recall a show I was at in 2002 (Deer Creek) where he played with Gov't Mule, Allman Brothers and then Phil, and he rocked that entire show. However, he was a little tentative with the soloing last night, so it is also possible could have used more rehearsal time. I saw a bunch of P&F shows in 2001 & 2002 and he was amazing during those shows, probably because that incarnation had a lot of playing together time under their belt. I loved seeing Billy and Mickey together banging away. I forget how powerful they can be especially with Phil's bass booming in. They were all looking like they were having a good time playing. This show had some real nice jams even with the transition issues. Again echoing previous statements, in the post-Jerry incarnations of the band, I am not expecting mind blowing shows, just good music. They sounded real nice last night and they put in the effort. I also think that is important to note that we may not see them all together again anytime soon, so we have to savor these events when they happen. The only thing that I will say that I was a little disappointed in was that I was hoping for a little more inter-band jamming. For a special occasion, one-off gig like this, I thinking that this would be the case. Either way, I am happy and fortunate to have been able to see this show. Do or do not; there is no try.
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is that the boys got together to jam. Along with the fact that a bunch of old and new heads got a chance to see them work to get the old beast up into the air, AND that this may portend for more good things to come. I am happy for all of you. "Let there be songs to fill the air" The Truth is realized in an instant, the act is practiced step by step.
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    Hey, when Pennsylvania turns blue, we can say yee-ha! And that is because Phil, Bobby, Mickey, Bill, etc. will be paying huge tax increases under Obama, that money will be turned over to us "middle class" Americans. I can't wait! Thank you Obama, Bobby has been dying to pay a million or more in taxes each year, and we can't wait to get our greedy little hands on it. Thanks, Obama, it was all worth it. Greg SC
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    when the state of Pennsylvania turns blue tonight. it was all worth it. way worth it, guys. thanks again boys. this is just the start for us, though. get on the bus and stay on......
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    Thank G-d for Obama having the intellect, morality and luck to lead,Thank G-d for the Dead that are live, Thank G-d that the dead rest in peace, And when the next jam starts, Feel the music bounce off your ears, Feel your mind bounce off the crowd, Think of "Skull and Roses" with his yellow ribbon in his pony tail, He still remembers the secret, how the grove has the trees lined up, how it felt to have figured it all out, all of us together. To the band: Thank you guys, it was a breath of fresh air.