... The Dead used to scream the last verse at the top of their lungs from 1991 onwards?
anyone remember the quiz show we did in 2007??? what's become of that baby???
nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile
in FRENCH in the text.
Saw him dec.1st. A /$&?(*%%?*()??%$$%(in frech in the text) show.
Last 2 set show w/o drums: Providence Civic Center, Providence RI; 1/18/79
3 shows with almost identical 2nd sets: Providence Civic Center 5/14/78
Campus Stadium, UCSB 6/4/78
Autzen Stadium, U. of Oregon 6/25/78
I haven't listened to the show, but was there really a Nobody's jam in the 6/4/78 show?
If not, then the Dead played 2 completely identical second sets within three weeks of each other. Still not bad for a band that played for 30 years. It would seem almost impossible for it NOT to happen!!!
Can you name the last 2 set show, post 75, where there were no Drums in the 2nd set?
All Dead shows were different but three second sets were almost exactly the same, can you name those three shows?
There must be a taper or 2 out there who can answer w/o looking at the Base.
Well, as a semi-dinosaur here, new threads works out just grate nevertheless. Just pm marye for what you want, and she's ultra reactive with our reasonable thread requests. Think it helps alot this way, with keeping repeats and utter chaos to a minimum.
It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine
I think it was Kesey who said acid gives you a swisscheese aura. Because I know some of you are highly susceptible at this point, I beg you all to visit the following website and follow the instructions:
This is the oddest message board I have ever been on. No one can start new threads? Oh well...I got tickets to the April 19th show, Im happy!
You should check out the wonderful 3-D simulated shrine to Everything Dead in Second Life (secondlife.com)
There is a sim called Darkstar, a loving tribute to the Grateful Dead that features an amphitheater complete with the "wall of sound", a parking lot with Further style buses, surrounding the Mars Hotel.
There is also the beautiful Terrapin Station dancehall, modeled after the building from the Terrapin Station Limited Edition release.
The island streams GDRadio 24/7 except during events such as special archival streams and live streaming performances by many of the musically talented residents.
It is the most loving tribute to the legacy of the Grateful Dead I have ever seen.
With Darkstar Deadheads have an opportunity to spend time in a virtual 3-D universe where the tour never ends and the lot never closes, where there is always another show, another drum circle, where the music TRULY never stops. Ever!