Coming from someone who was too young to go on tour in the glory days, yet old enough now to share the experiences of the Dead and now the Further squad, my excitement is inexplicable. I've always wondered what the outcome would be if someone with a distinct jerry-esque playing style was added to the band, and needless to say the scene seems to be dripping with happiness. Thank you to everyone for sharing the joys of the past and dancing to the hopes for the future, and I hope these guys oblige us all with a tour! How's about ya'll Half-Step it on down to the South for a few shows??
Oops,exactly 3 months.brain still recovering.
Ok,looks like DSO is open between Dec.5th untill they start their NYE shows.also the FoxTheatre in Oakland is not booked the weekend of Dec.18-20. Exactly 2 Months from the last Furthur gigs.I can only pray Phil & Bob are thinking what I'm thinking.MORE FURTHUR!!!!!!
Hard to say what my favorite moment in the three nights was but certainly Pride of Cucamonga ranks pretty darn high. Also really dug the new spin on FOTD.
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Would love to be able to download them from the store like with The Dead tour
Here is the link for 9/20. The recording is very good and true to how it sounded there. Also the performance holds up and had me pumped listening to it. I can't say that for many post-Jerry performances...even the ones I really enjoyed attending. http://www.archive.org/details/furthur2009-09-20.MilabVM44.flac.16
Uhhh ok whatever..
"I've stayed in every blue-light cheap hotel. Can't win for tryin. Dust off those rusty strings just one more time. Gonna make em shine."
But Smile, Smile, Smile :) Peace- Moye
No, but they're pretty good-sounding audience recordings
Looks like the show from the 20th just showed up on Archive.org (I am not a fan of bit torrent).
By the way, are the shows streaming on the GD Radio soundboards?