May 25 Strand Lyceum, London
The second set jam this night is unique both in terms of the tour and the greater Grateful Dead history, featuring three three Garcia-sung songs in a row: "Uncle John's Band>Wharf Rat>Dark Star." All three are top notch, and "Wharf Rat" was quite a rarity on this tour, so this is a nice treat.
Listen To "Good Lovin'" From This Show.
CD 1 of 4
Brown Eyed Women
Big Boss Man
Black Throated Wind
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
Me and Bobby McGee
CD 2 of 4
Good Lovin' Listen To This Song
Playing in the Band
Me and My Uncle
Big Railroad Blues
Ramble On Rose
CD 3 of 4
Uncle John's Band
CD 4 of 4
Comes A Time
Top Of The World
Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad
One More Saturday Night
the website asks for a code???
Invite 10 friends over at $2 ahead. Sell em' beers and popcorn at a reasonable price. Great deal for everybody. Welcome to America! May not want to tell Bobby though ;-)
Anyone know where I can get a Miracle to see the show? Or a fence that I can hop over?
Iim due to have my car paid off in 2 months, which will make it a little easier to get by. I do feel rich in other ways though.
If it were $9.95 a show I'd be there every time, But poor boy needs to save right now. It should be the biggest payday of their careers, so hopefully Bob can get it all paid for quickly.
My baby give me the finance blues
Tax me to to the limit of my revenues
I'm able to find the website with my pc: how does one save the feed for viewing at a later time?
Filmed in HD will hopefully pave the way for a first blu ray release of Dead music(7.1 surround??)!! I cant wait to be pissing off all my neighbors on the 7th!
"The course of love must follow blind
without a look behind"
It's likely a bargain for some considering the number of people I see who pay full ticket prices for a show and then seem to spend the show watching it on their smartphone screens...
Broadcast, I think that Bob made some mention about how expensive the studio is. Obviously it's there to make money, not just to provide us all with free content. And I did love the free content he provided that night. Having said that, I'd probably prefer to pay my 20 bucks for a Furthur show download that I can enjoy repeatedly and at my leisure than a one-time "TV event." Moot point though: the combination of the West Coast start time and it being a work night (I get up at 4:30 am Eastern time) pretty much settles the "to pay or not to pay" question for me.
Have you seen what Steely Dan is charging?