I have this in my hands and am looking to pass it on. Suppose maybe the vine stops here, if that's the case, Richard, I'll send it back to you. A great show and excellent bonus disc. Thanks, merry christmas!
Jerry Garcia Band 8/29/87 French's Camp on Eel River Garberville, Ca. (3 discs)
(source= soundboard> ? > WAV > CD)
Keeping It Alive
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Anxious to get this!
Blasted off your way Jolley Red Giant 54
Really dig "It Hurts Me Too"
Hey Now 143 245 Thanks so much! Got the discs today!! Will burn them shortly and send them off to Jolly Red Giant 54.
These last 5 hours of work are going to crawl by
Deadbase does list 2-5-69 and 4-15-69 at The Music Box. Lucky for us, we are in the middle of everywhere and in those days I am sure the Dead were 'Truckin'' (not flying) and decided to bend (or rebend) some Omaha minds on their way back through town. What pranksters!
Yes, I stuck in bonus discs on the Garcia '87 and I think in the Filmore East 9-20-70 show. They were both given to me by the same taper and were labeled as 2-5-69 & 4-15-69 at The Music Box, which was small venue (a couple hundred?) in downtown Omaha, Nebraska. I think that the Dead played there several times (and Robert Hunter played acoustic in the late '70s). The place was great, it was a small jazz/big band type venue with a bar. A high ceiling and wooden dance floor with a surrounding balcony, AND when you went through the bar you were in a bowling alley!
When I went to The Music Box in the 80's to see Talking Heads, we walked in and saw David Byrne and Tina Weymouth bowling. It was hilarious.
And I have always imagined Jerry and the boys rolling a couple (bowling balls, not,.. er, you know..) in that place. I didn't see those '69 shows (would have been 15 at that time) so I didn't know what I was missing at that time. But I did find out. So that is the story of those bonus Omaha discs.
If I recall right, on one of them you can hear one of the band saying "where are we?" among other caustic comments about their breakneck touring through the midwest 'back in the daze".
thanks Hal! I'll pm Oroboros and see if I can get him to chime in.
I think so dstache, but I don't have all my paperwork and setlists here right now. There was another bonus disc, labeled 2/4/69. I need to compare them when I get home. Oroboros sent both of them out.
As someone who grew up in the midwest it just amazes me that they played this venue twice in several months. How cool.
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
Don't read any further if you haven't received this vine and don't want to know what the bonus disc is!!!!
Is this the vine that had a bonus disc labeled as 4/15/69? I think that the second half of the disc is indeed from that date (Dew, Hurts Me Too, China Cat > Rag) but the first half seems to me to be from 2/4/69 (Cryptical > Other >Alligator > Drums > Caution > Feedback). Same venue. Anyone else agree or disagree?