November 22 - November 28, 2010
Ahoy hoy! Welcome back to the Tapers' Section, where this week we have music spanning three decades (and three keyboard players).
Our first stop this week is 6/30/74 in Springfield, MA, where we have the Playing in the Band>Uncle John's Band>Playing in the Band jam, an early version of the sequence that would become quite common in the late 1980s.
Next up, from 3/10/81 at MSG in New York, we have from the first set Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo > Franklin's Tower > Me And My Uncle ; It Must Have Been The Roses > Little Red Rooster; Don't Ease Me In. Please be warned that there are some major feedback squeals during Half-Step, but otherwise this is from a great-sounding cassette master. As good as this show is, the night before at MSG is perhaps a wee bit better.
Finally this week, a quartet of songs from 3/11/93 in Rosemont, IL:Althea, Masterpiece, So Many Roads>Music Never Stopped. We don't play too much 1993 here at the Tapers' Section, so it's fun when we find some good tunes, of which there were plenty on the Spring Tour of '93, and get to play them for you here.
Be sure to stop by next week where we'll have more great stuff from the vault. And feel free to write to the address below with questions or comments about the Tapers' Section.
Check this show out! XM Sirius is featuring this concert. Big River is absolutely terrific. 1973 was an incredible year.
If you can make it past the noise in Half Step (a major snafu) the transition in Franklin's is stop on a dime great...
Yeah - my guess that noise was Jerry's doing. There's some semblance of the same god awful sound before one of his slide solos in Little Red Rooster. Damn hot! Great show and recording!
Thank's for the nugs DL...that 'Roses' hit the spot today...By the way, please play 11-18-72 Box of Rain...I'd love to hear it...thanks again...
In memory of my friend xo
Stopping in to get my groove on and get back...from the SHows>>>Woah! What a PaRty! MSG ROCKED MY SOUL! Were you...There? It was a SuperB Set of Evenings that are Beyond Description for me at this Time. Settled in here for lunch and a visit. Smiling and feeling so fine, remembering it ALL. Eating a pot pie I got in the kitchen of MY Happy Home Where You're All in MY Heart!
Getting ready to bake pumpkins for Homemade Pumpkin Pie for Thanksgiving. Hope you ALL have a happy kitchen for th eHoliday of Thanks---giving! Love you ALL. xo
and Wasting Time...
Back in my memory
Yes it will.
Yes it will
so many roads
so many roads
(I loved it, yes I did)
Lots and lots of times xo
The Cool Breeze...
We Forgot About The
Keep On Dancing
First it was what I found...
It's what YOU've found.
Goes like That.
It's like I told you...
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
Anybody know what that noise during the first song of the MSG 3/10/81 set was? I enjoyed Bobby's explanation, but he was not too specific.
~ I'll meet you some morning in the sweet by and by
Why isn't this Soundboard out there yet? IMO, it has THE best '72 China/Rider. Hopefully we'll see this as an official realease soon. (Europe '72 Box set would be even better). Hint, Hint.
It is so cool to listen to these tunes and remember the happenings of events that are now legends. This is one of my favorite stopping places on the Internet every single week.
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The strongest thing in my bloodstream is last night's Tylenol-PM, but that Springfield '74 Playin' jam still sent me into the stratosphere. Amazing stuff.
Although too young to attend the 6/30/74 Springfield show
my older brother came home from this show and went on for days
about what is now known as the Wall Of Sound.I recall his
urgent and compelling attempts to describe this"Thing",
getting bogged down in the details of the "Center Cluster"
Finally when the Steal Your Face LP arrived in the house,he pointed to the
photograph inside the gatefold cover.
Thanks for providing music and memories
Merci Beaucoup Monsieur Lemieux
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