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
Another fine reason to support the download! So you can watch it when you get home from work on Wednesday! ; )
I like the idea about being able to download for later use, that's more like it and I'd pay the price for something like that. For me is another issue with the time zone I live 8hrs ahead 'summer time' West Cost Time, so that would mean watching at 3 in the morning ~ ouch! on a week night having to go to work the next day ~ coz you gotta 'keep your day job' ~
I wouldn't mind the $20 if this was a show we could and keep for later viewing pleasure?! Think it's just a one time stream. : (
Not many details on the TRI site.
I believe My Morning Jacket is having a live webcast this coming week for FREE.
Sure Phish may also be streaming some live free video these days as well??
$20 seems steep for one time viewing.
I have mixed feelings about this. On one hand, I think this is a good way for people to see the show that otherwise would not be able to see it. On the other hand, I feel that $19.95 is too much. They could potentially sell 200,000 streams - and this is a market test, remember. If the response is that high you can bet the next one will be higher. Just look at PPV games and other big events. They charge whatever people will pay. Another thing I think is wrong is that Furthur are trying to sell out 2 shows just 3 days earlier at the Shoreline. There are still a lot of tickets left. I have a feeling this will undercut sales to these shows for people on the fence about going to the Shoreline shows. Low ticket sales for Shoreline in turn will further solidify Furthur ignoring the West Coast fans.
My feeling is that $19.95 is a little expensive to view streaming show as you're not quite there. Great idea though and appreciate that it has to cost something, but I really don't feel many people will sign up for this at this price. Something like $9.95 would be more successful, what do you think?
I was just hopin' out loud, ya unnerstan...
This is how I'm looking at it -- There are those of us who never get to see this band or any of the Dead-related bands unless we want to travel long distances. Now we have a chance. Yeah you won't get the full concert experience, but you'll get a view as good as a front row seat. I plan to view it on my big screen in my living room. I plan to have ALL the concert necessities (wink, wink). I'm clearing out some dancing space on the living room floor and it'll be next best thing to being there!
anybody got 20 bucks I kin borry?...HA!
Greatest idea for a musical presentation! It doesn't beat going to a live concert but it allows you to see the show without worrying about the show being sold out!!!
Yo for 19.95 and staying home how can you beat this. First one was free. Come on johnman spring it. Lol