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Your remarks are so incredibly absurd they hardly deserve comment. Furthur and 7 Walkers have a lot of (mostly) Dead songs in their sets. They play them to attract the crowd to get paid.
The one DSO show I went to was painful. The people were trying soooo hard to be at a Dead show and DSO was trying so hard to be the Dead. It was pathetic. Pathos. And they also play Dead songs to get paid.
I think your remark about Bob & Phil is incredibly disrespectful.
Dude, you just don't know what the hell you are talking about.
I think you meant Senator Franken!
For me I would rather see the current line up of Dark Star Orchestra than ANY form of Bob, Phil, etc!
DSO has the "flavor" of the Grateful Dead, but in their own way...I never got to see DSO with John K. and I still have yet to see Furthur...(actually I just don't want to seem them, although I have heard a couple of recordings and they sound very good.)
I've seen 7 Walkers twice and actually like them a lot...NOT a GD cover band, but a band that plays their own songs and a couple of GD songs too...
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I was a little perturbed at Gov. Franken introducing them in DC as "Rob is Mickey, and Dino is Billy, etc." I was under the impression that their concept was that they try usually to re-create the concert, but they don't don't go on stage pushing the "I'm playing the part of Bobby, and I'm playing Jerry, etc..." That being said, I have to say that DSO offers a great alternative to being at a live Grateful Dead show. Ratdog does not sound like the Grateful Dead at all - they play the songs, but with the saxaphone, you cannot deny the jazziness that did not exist in a Dead show, so you wouldn't go to Ratdog for the same experience or reasons. You go either because you love Bobby and the band, or because you love their interpretations. The other members each have their own styles, and going to see Further or The Other Ones is each its own unique wonderful experience. DSO tries, often (arguably usually) very well to re-create an experience that you might have known or listened to from your past, or their own (understandably, borrowed songs) setlist, and they do a damn good job. If they come to your town, don't go to see them thinking you're getting the Grateful Dead, just see them for who they are: a great band, who plays Dead songs, and you'll have a great time. If you only want to see Grateful Dead members singing Grateful Dead songs, you're just not going to get exactly the same thing that you got 20-40 years ago any way you look at it. Enjoy life, enjoy the music.
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Update - I guess it did. I notice it's in the same place this correction ended up. Sorry for wasting the space, guys.
and I love the Long Beach airport, too...
We recently flew from Seattle to Long Beach on Jet Blue and I was thrilled to be able to listen to Grateful Dead Channel ~ On the return flight My little TV screen was acting up the entire flight so no Monday Night Football for me ~ instead I heard a great show with a Dark Star that had David Crosby sitting in with the boys (09/10/72)
XM Sirius, Deep Trax, is playing a live show on 7/27/11, from NY, to benefit Hepatitis C awareness. Phil Lesh will be a guest during the 2nd set. Greg Allman had a liver transplant a year ago. He has said his only symptom was lethargy
this page needs major updating,thank you