7 Apr 85, show opener, per deadbase.
Personally, I thought the most impressive Beatles cover was Tomorrow Never Knows. Even The Beatles never tried to perform that live.
Conversation is always more interesting than recitation, so speak your mind and not someone else's.
breakout was 2/11/69. 3/1/69 is on Fillmore 69 box set and is well just pretty awful, so bad it is almost funny, especially after such an amazing show.
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
Picnic PMed me to remind me of an old spectrum show with an awesome Why don't we do it in the road into Mississippi 1/2 step... someone refresh my memory which waning after this crazy work week- when were the boys breaking out Hey Jude? I have old tapes somewhere with it and I loved it, just don't remember when, where... is help on the way??? Ami
what a ride we had yesterday, 3 hours on the harley I love my hubby for taking a day off!!
I think it's a reasonable question, and I too have some thoughts on what you have asked. This is certainly not heresy, you haven't hammered at the foundation of the band, you've just posed some questions to the folks to whom the band has sold some or all of their merchandising rights.
I think that if the revenue stream of Dead.net were affected by the same technical issues as the chat feature, it would have been resolved within hours. And yes, the chat room is subsidized by sales, it's a business thing I guess. Having said that, I also feel that the owners of Dead.net don't actually owe it's users a chat feature. It's like the buffet in the casino, it's just something to attract customers.
I hope that your questions and suppositions were not taken by the folks who run this site as hurtful or offensive, I see your remarks as a request. Perhaps I would have said something like : "Yo Deadnet, Let's get it in gear and fix the friggin' chat room fer Chrissakes! What are ya waitin' on? The second coming???" But that may be a bit too heretical, YMMV
Now after having said all that stuff, I think I'm gonna go roll up a little something. And I think that I should get back on topic, by posing a question of my own: Wouldn't it have been grate if the GD covered "Twist and Shout"?
At the risk of sounding like a heretic, I was wondering...If the Store portion of this web site had issues which disrupted the the use of it, would it have taken this long to resolve them? I can't be the only one for whom question this has come to mind. And yes, this is an unfair question for at least two reasons:
1. I don't believe that the Store uses online chat representatives to assist customers, so it's an "apples and oranges" kind of thing.
2. It's very possible that some of the proceeds from the Store are used to subsidize this Chat Room.
I may be biting the hand that feed me here, but hey, if my cat can do it....
Any comments?--assuming this even gets posted ;-)
Bobbin' and weavin' Steven
TGIF........ more cowbell!!