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    A lot of the better-known other bands have topics of their own. If you don't see your particular favorite with its own topic, feel free to talk about it here. And hey, if it takes on a life of its own we'll give it a topic!

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  • December 2, 2018 - 10:52pm
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    You’re so right about…

    You’re so right about Cubensis. They’ve played around So Cal since 1989 and over 3500 shows! Very skilled and fun to see them jam.

  • December 1, 2018 - 8:15am
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    A Saucerful of Secrets!!!

    What!!! I gotta check this out!!! I took my wife and daughter last year to Roger Waters. They really enjoyed that....But, I may be the Lone Ranger on this one. People seem to get weirded out when I listen to the older stuff like Ummagumma, Saucer, Atom heart etc... Gotta find a friend to go to the show in Denver.

  • November 28, 2018 - 8:05pm
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    Indigenous

    From the Yankton Sioux Reservation, South Dakota. Mato Nanji on lead guitar is extremely talented .

  • November 25, 2018 - 9:13am
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    ronnie james dio https:/…

    ronnie james dio https://texnologia.net

  • November 10, 2018 - 7:59am
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    Stephen Inglis
    Second that! I was lucky to catch him (backed by David Gans) in Berkeley earlier this year, and highly recommend checking out his work.
  • November 9, 2018 - 11:54pm
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    Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Playing Grateful Dead Favorites.

    Check out: Stephen Ingles "Cut the Dead Some Slack" a wonderful 2 disc set of GD favorite tunes played very beautifully on the Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar. Some of the tunes are Dark Star, Ripple, <a href="https://www.hdwallpaper.co">hdwallpaper</a&gt; Days Between, Bird Song <a href="https://www.hdwallpaper.co/category/happy-new-year-2019-images/">happy new year 2019 images</a>

  • November 7, 2018 - 10:50am
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    New band definitely not to miss!

    I think a few older Dead Heads might get a kick out of Nick Mason's latest project (Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets) who will be touring the US early next year. Just got great tickets for the Atlanta show!

  • November 5, 2018 - 6:15am
    marye
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    and they do a karaoke benefit for Rex every year
    at Thanksgiving! Great folks!
  • November 4, 2018 - 11:31pm
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    Cubensis

    Cubensis is a psychedelic band not to be missed.
    https://www.cubensis.com/

  • June 20, 2018 - 11:29am
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    Hydroponic Hot DoG! Check it out. New Jam Man
    This one Man Band Shreds, and is Funny. New Can't Wait to See What Comes out Next. Music on Youtube, Soundcloud, and Reverbnation. Reverbnation stuff is Older More Raw But Good got some funny stuff on that there. Here's a Link to the Music https://soundcloud.com/user-936628899 I Would Suggest What Wanta do. Soldier's life, Don't Stop, Doobie doobie. Thank You Jerry, Bobby, Phil, Ronnie, Billy and Mickey.. Love, Music, Community.
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A lot of the better-known other bands have topics of their own. If you don't see your particular favorite with its own topic, feel free to talk about it here. And hey, if it takes on a life of its own we'll give it a topic!
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Thanks for the referral to the right arena! If you are looking for some local unsigned talent while you are waiting for the boys to play, check these guys out! You will not be disappointed. They play at Presidio Yacht Club in Sausalito, Friday, June 6 and Saturday June 24. Get a preview at: www.myspace.com/acommonvision
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Came across these guys by chance. Kind of a cross between Dead, String Cheese, Pink Floyd, Yonder Mountain. Check them out. I have grooved on everyhting I have heard. http://www.umphreysmcgee.com P.S. I hope links are ok. First post.
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Now even better with Jimmy Herring on lead guitar. Catch 'em at a venue near you! If you're unfamiliar, contact me and I'll send you a sample....
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panic jams n if u havent seen these guys u should any chance u get they really bring it!! n yes jimmy herring is the man but i still miss (mike howser)
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If you live in Ohio, Terrapin Moon is a good tribute band to see!! Based in Dayton, you can find them playing Columbus, Cincinnati, and this year they're doing an acoustic set at Grateful Fest 08 ....can't wait!!!
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Saw these guys live at the Iowa City Jazz Fest & I was blown away! If y'all get a chance...check 'em out.
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Moe, like The Grateful Dead and others, are jam bands. Both groups have multiple drummers, and drift off into places that only our minds tend to wonder around in, or atleast mine anyway. I discovered Moe by going to a website called, Pandora.com, it's an online radio station that you can taylor to your tastes. Type in "The Grateful Dead," and they will play Dead songs along with other suggestions. It's all free, with the ocassional interruption trying to sell you music, but they get really creative when it comes to exposing you to other artists that fit the genre that you're into. If you've never heard of Moe, songs such as; Mexico, She, Moth, The Weight, are all good places to start. I thought the Dead had some long songs until I heard these guys...
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These guys are hot. Jack Casady's ripping. Site is: moonaliceband.com. Their site says Steve Parrish just joined forces. Their youtube on the site is sick.
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What's up guys, I just wanted to give everyone a heads up about the inaugural Chicago Bluegrass & Blues festival, this 11/22 at the historic Congress Theater, all benefiting the Saving Tiny Hearts Societies fight against the country's most common birth defect. www.cbgbfestival.com The first 10 folks that hit me up at michael.raspatello@gmail.com will get a pair of tickets mailed to them. We're excited for you to help us spread the word about this righteous endeavor Michael Raspatello
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check out his new album Lifeboat. Its super hot
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It does say "Local and otherwise!" We're a Pittsburgh Jam Band and we do some good ol' GD, as well as Beatles, Phish, Dylan, Originals and a bunch more. Our website is www.theCAUSEjams.com and we have streaming audio of some stuff from recent live shows. We're a bunch of old dudes & gals who simply love the jam. The tightness of a song, as well as the loose improv feel. Sound like anyone you may know? ;) Here's a link to our most recent show - full live version available for listen or download: http://www.archive.org/details/theCAUSE_Halloween2008_PDs Hope ya like it! ~ Pappy www.theCAUSEjams.com "Once in a while you can get shown the light in the strangest of places, if you look at it right." - Robert Hunter
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I listened to your band and I'm really digging your sound...SWEET!Wish I was in Pittsburgh, PA to come see you play!! If you ever come to NJ to do a show let me know!! Peace,Gigi
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Well, thank you very much, Gigi!!! Glad you enjoy it! Best thing you can do for us is to turn as many of your friends onto that link (and our website's link) as possible!!! Maybe we'll get 'an offer we can't refuse' from NJ someday...hehe. Typically we don't travel (we're all old & have jobs) unless the money is just too good to turn down....in which case, we're insta-whores! ;) ~ Pappy www.theCAUSEjams.com "Once in a while you can get shown the light in the strangest of places, if you look at it right." - Robert Hunter
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Pappy, old no such thing man, now put down that geritol and jam out my man. Phil is what 70 something, unbelievable though ey. don't go getting crusty on me just messin, by the way do know Row Jimmy?
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HAhahaaa.....nah, I am just messin' around - I'm almost 40, but that's no biggie. We've never played Row Jimmy...but I played a LONG time ago....(near 15 years, probably!) ~ Pappy www.theCAUSEjams.com "Once in a while you can get shown the light in the strangest of places, if you look at it right." - Robert Hunter
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These guys sounded so good last time Isaw them, I just drove from Sacramento, CA to Coos Bay, OR to check them out again.
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These guys sounded so good last time Isaw them, I just drove from Sacramento, CA to Coos Bay, OR to check them out again.
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Yea Melvin seals and the JGBB are good I saw them in 06 and loved it.
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great band from Minnesota, eh. i'm from the South Jersey/Philly area, but have always loved the Wu. though on a short hiatus, they should be back one day. i'm now in beautiful Boulder, Colorado, and love all of the smaller local bands, like the Heavy Cats and Goldhill , and, of course, the bigger ones, like SCI, LoS, the Motet, etc...Anyone in the area that wants to play some music, trade some music, see some music, talk music, let me know! peace.Grady db.etree.org/jgradydead go Eagles!
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from mmw. best song writing I've heard in YEARS. terry
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come check em out in early January at Water Street Music Hall in Rochester. See Scott Murawski (KBM) with his original band. You will love keyboard playing of Mark Mercier. Best value in music.
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Dark Star Orchestra!! Going to see them this Sat night at the Electric Factory in Philly!! This band rocks!! Peace
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I wanna go too Mom, my homework is done and there's no school the next day. I saw they have a bunch of east coast dates and are originally from Chicago. I ope I'll get to check em out when I get back. Have fun break a sweat for me.
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If I was your Mom you would be going too!!I will dance for you again my friend! I hope you get a chance to see them soon too! Peace,Gigi
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Some of the best acoustic shows I have ever seen, get out and try to see them if you can. Just came out with a new album about a month or two ago, Tennesssee Pusher. Even if your not that into bluegrass, which I am not a huge fan, I am sure that you will enjoy yourself with the amount of energy put into it. If you can see them in a small place first you will be hooked. Peace.
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Come and see the JFP (also known as the Jason Ferguson Project) this FRIDAY NIGHT, Dec. 12th at BEAU'S BAR 54 Broadway, Greenlawn, Long Island, NY beginning at 10PM and playing two LONG sets of great music. We play from the extensive catalogue of Jerry Garcia's OTHER bands. Mission In The Rain, Let's Spend The Night Together, How Sweet It Is, Tangled Up In Blue, Rhapsody In Red, etc. are among the songs we play. Visit our website...... www.thejfp.com
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10th Annual Warren Haynes Christmas Pre-Jam Why is Warren Haynes smiling? Because a whole bunch of his musician friends and thousands of fans will gather in Asheville this weekend for the 20th Annual Warren Haynes Christmas Jam Weekend, benefiting the Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity. It kicks off this Thursday (Dec. 11th) with the 10th Annual Christmas Pre-Jam, broadcast LIVE on WNCW 88.7 and streamed on WNCW.org from Asheville's own The Orange Peel. Warren and his friends always light up the stage - and WNCW's airwaves - with hot performances and special guests, and WNCW takes you there LIVE. Join us LIVE on-the-air (88.7 FM) or online, and hear who joins Warren & friends onstage! Thursday, starting at 6:00 PM on WNCW and WNCW.org! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "Walk into splintered sunlight Inch your way through dead dreams to another land" Robert Hunter ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "Ray, a drop of golden sun"
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The last time we played Moondog's in December, it was a day in Pittsburgh kinda like this one....cold, wet & snowy. We didn't think too many people would come, but wouldn't you know it? Great crowd and it was a night of pure magic! Tonight, we return to Moondog's in December on a cold, wet & snowy night and we're having our First Annual Eat-Drink-And-Be-Merry Holiday Potluck Party! If you're in the 'Burgh, come on out and bring a hot or cold dish (and enough to share!)!! Doors open at 7pm and music starts around 10pm. We have a great list of tunes on tap and BOTH lovely ladies, CHERYLANN HAWK and JILL PAONE SIMMONS will be singing with us all night. Hope to see you there! Oh, one more thing....here's the link for that cold, wet & snowy night in December '06 from Moondog's...fun stuff.... http://www.archive.org/details/theCAUSE.Moondogs.Dec02_2006 theCAUSE Friday, December 12th, 2008 Moondog's 378 Freeport Rd. Blawnox, PA 15238 ~ Pappy http://www.theCAUSEjams.com "Once in a while you can get shown the light in the strangest of places, if you look at it right." - Robert Hunter
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It was another magical December night at Moondog's...thank you to those who came out! Friday 12/12/08 Moondog's EAT-DRINK-AND-BE-MERRY HOLIDAY PAUSE with Cherylann Hawk & Jill Paone Simmons SET I: Let The Good Times Roll > Cats Under The Stars, Give Me One Reason, Son Of A Preacher Man, They Love Each Other, Cassidy, Loose Lucy, It Hurts Me Too, Friend Of The Devil, Sweet Home Chicago, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider. SET II: A Little Help From My Friends, Cold Rain & Snow, Can You Feel+*, Uncle John's Band+ > Don't Let Go, Love Me Like A Man, Superfly**, The Load+, Runaway Blues***, Not Fade Away > Uncle John's Band. ENCORE: Quinn The Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn) > Julius. + denotes first time played by theCAUSE * written by Cherylann Hawk ** written by Michael "Foot" Hoernig & "Captain" Pat Kelly *** written by Eric "Pappy" Weingrad ~ Pappy http://www.theCAUSEjams.com "Once in a while you can get shown the light in the strangest of places, if you look at it right." - Robert Hunter
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Anyone know of any Grateful Dead-oriented bands in Santa Barbara? Moving from Albany where I can go out once a week and see an awesome cover for $5 plus a lot of other live music in the area, so I guess I kinda took it for granted at thought of not having that available to me . I actually don't know what I'd do being able to listenin to the music play when I get confused ;-). I'd definitely love to know where to find the local heads and good music. Much thanks. ~Nasa
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Just caught three shows (Northhampton, Mass - and 12/30 & 12/31 Vancouver, BC)... these guys are amazing! If you are into kick ass music with a message then check them out... WAHOO ASWAH
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I didnt see any comments on STS9. They are one of my top five bands at present. Surprised I didnt see any thing about them on the board. They are going to do two sets at Wakarusa. Sort of electronic Dead with no vocals lol ...... peace
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Kimock with anybody. Last time I saw him was with Everyone Orchestra (another great improv project - quality depending on who's in the band at the moment). Cornmeal - acoustic jammulation Keller Williams, especially with Moseley, Droll and Sipes (WMDS) Elephant Revival (sweet gypsy sweetness - beautiful people playing beautiful music) Hot Buttered Rum Anyone with Scott Law I think all the above can be found on archive.org
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Dark star orchestra is probably the closest thing you'll ever get to a dead show. Note from note JohnK. (Jerrys part) Is a dead on match. Keller Williams is a great band too. Little Feet are a great band as well. Gettin pumped for the P.A. shows . Hope to see you all on tour!Phatmoye
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The Schwag They are a fabulous GD cover band...they hold summer festivals in MO and tour throughout the midwest. Stu Allen (guitarist from JGB) just signed on to be their "permanent" guitarist. This guy's Jerry vocals are breathtaking. He truly sounds like 80's-90's Jerry....not to mention his guitar playing is phenomenal. Jerry's soul is definitely with Stu Allen. Check him out on archive.org...he also played with a GD tribute "Workingman's Ed" a lil in the past. The guy is amazing. String Cheese Incident is also a favorite of mine...although they are currently on a hiatus. Michael Kang from String Cheese also played guitar for The Schwag at a couple of Schwagstocks last year...good stuff...Bill Nershi from String Cheese also sat in for a few songs each night.
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This guy is just simply amazing. I saw him at Summer Hookah in 08 and damn he melted my face! If anyone here is really into guitar then def check him out. I would have to rate him one of the best guitar players who ever walked this earth!
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this band is experimental and cool. plus it is george harrison's son
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Grateful Greetings to ALL. My buddy April told me about this site. Nice! I wanted to share the gift of this very special Canadian Artist and his MUSIC with you: IAN THORNLEY I don't know if anybody on the board recalls BIG WRECK, (Ian's first project, whole band is amazing) but if you are able to get your hands on either of the two albums these are superb. "In Loving Memory Of" "The Pleasure & The Greed" The new album Tiny Pictures will be out on Feb. 10 (w/ Artwork by none other than Pink Floyd legend Storm Thorgerson as well. I am diggin' the new single cover art for Ian's new single Make Believe, really cool vibes on that for the travelers.) Ian is a multi~instrumentalist, composer and vocalist of another caliber entirely. His guitar prowess is out of this world. There is so much appreciation for GREAT SONG within this community I hope you don't mind a kindred share... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H83yLnR4Fkg&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9USwOFGljwg&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2MCq5U8tXU&feature=channel_page drop.io/thornleyfans (contains some incredible unreleased tracks) thornleyband.com myspace.com/thornicus (please check this one out, great track...great bio) (and please feel free to jump on the Thornley message boards as well. here's the unofficial site hosted by some very sweet, cool beings in Canada... thornleyrocks.proboards101.com) Thanks everybody. Look forward to your feedback and truly hope you enjoy! Peace, Rose
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The DeFelice Brothers, from upstate NY, are an earthy roots rock type band who really capture that upstate vibe: take a listen to "Rockefeller Drug Law Blues." And one that goes a but further afield is O.A.R. I went to a concert a few summers ago, and absolutely enjoyed it. I may have been the oldest guy there, but I could still feel the connection they have with their crowd, and they played some pretty inspired jams.
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*Reckoning is a Grateful Dead, Phish, Allman's (and more) cover band. They rock!!!! Serious talent and a real good time. They are the reason I ever went to see The Dead in the first place. I know, backasswards. www.reckoningband.com *Movement has 4 members, 2 of them are also from Reckoning. This is their original works. They call it Jam Rock. www.movementband.com Two other members of Reckoning also have original bands to display their original tunes,... One is called *The point, and one is called *KGB. While i'm at it....out of Boston.... *Ryan Montbleau Band. Check them out wherever you live!!!!! They travel lots!!! Dead lots, festi lots and bar lots. Lots of lots. www.ryanmontbleauband.com Tiffany Lake-Band Aide Marketing. Support music, Here it there live, and take it home with you on cd!
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Imagine Woodstock. crowded with people, flags waving in the air, psychedelic hippie mentality reigns over love peace and understanding. A roar of music comes from the stage with guitar feedback, tight, deep drum grooves and the growl of a thundering bass. That's the music of TRIO (The.Rhythm.Is.Odd) www.triomusicgroup.com www.myspace.com/triogroup
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So the Dead go west after May 2nd!! Looking for a Dead show the following weekend for only $15 in advance $20 @ the door? KIC Productions presents Melvin Seals & JGB SATURDAY 5-9-09 @ ZPak Live Home of Va Brew Co. We are at the Northern most part of VA 15 min from MD & WV. Come catch JGB yes the real JGB (- Jerry of course). Get more details @ www.myspace.com/zeropak or www.ZEROPAKLIVE.com Melvin is best known for his long friendship and musical partnership with cultural icon and guitarist Jerry Garcia and the smile of his that lights up the room. Melvin spun his B-3 magic with the Jerry Garcia Band for 18 years and in doing so helped pioneer and define what has now become "Jam Band Music". From blues to funk to rock to jazz, Melvin Seals serves up a tasty mix with a little R&B and gospel thrown in to spice things up. Melvin and JGB brings an intuitive, expressive style, soul, spontaneity and remarkable chops to the table. With acoustic and electric ingredients and unique combinations of guitar, mandolin, slide and lap steel with savory bass, hearty drums and, of course, a heapin' helpin' of the wizard's magic on Hammond B-3 Organ and keyboards, the result is a most satisfying blend of natural organic grooves that challenges genre boundaries. Their chemistry is the focus from which they create a spontaneous and high art where the sky is the limit musically. They offer an exciting, often psychedelic musical journey that keeps audiences dancing and smiling (and some staring in amazement) for several hours. Melvin is pioneering a path deeper into the musical territory he helped to establish.
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Come see The JFP (Jason Ferguson Project) at CJ Wellington's 30 New Hyde Park Rd after the show. Start at 11PM. Playing the music of the Jerry Garcia Bands (from Merle to Nicky to Keith to...Melvin).
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This wonderful studio album [MOONALICE} starts off with "Bleeding Of Love" penned by Ann McNamee with her fine,smooth,soulful voice pleading for relief from false feelings and untrue expressions of love on the run.The powerful pounding heartbeat of James Sanchez'drums, and Jack Casady' powerful bass pulsate throughout this debut masterpiece! Ann'vocals are stunning as well on her other compositions on this album which include "Dance Into The Lightning", "This Changes Everything", and "Listen To Those Eyes". "Bleeding Of Love" flows perfectly into another of Ann' songs "Unspoken Words" sung by Pete Sears of love distroyed by false feelings and words left unsaid, "The heavy weight of unspoken words keeps us apart". A melencoly song by Roger McNamee of one sided love follows that all of our hearts have cried for as not to be true but having to accept as a reality to be haunted by for evermore. And in his head she said, "I'm Glad You Think So". This is one of my favorite songs by Roger. Roger and Ann have been together longer than musical partners in the "Flying Other Brothers" along with pete, Barry, and GE along with others was the tree branch which "MOONALICE" grew from. Roger and Ann are a happily married proud couple who met at a "Jerry Garcia Band" show they were enjoying in the 80'as many of the rest of us have come together at as well. Thank you Jerry!! This bond is strong in their writings together as evidenced in the powerful tune of how quickly situations can change with lives turned upside down in the "Blink Of An Eye". The beautiful guitar and pedal steel guitar melodys flow wonderfully through these stories played by Barry Sless in the style only he can create. "Eileen Aroon" is a classic Irish ballad recorded by the Claney Brothers in 1961 with a newer version being performed during the 1988-89 tours by Bob Dylan' Band with the great guitar player GE Smith who' own arraingment is included here which he sings adding his outstanding classic guitar sound to make it his own. "I Ain't Ever Satisfied" by Steve Earle is also performed here in GE Smith' own unique vocal style and makes this reviewer very satisfied indeed! "Dusty Streets Of Cairo" is GE' original composition on this release and one of it's strongest selections with GE" guitar and Barry' pedal steel dancing beautifully togethor. "Kick It Open" is a rocking infectious tune by keyboardist extrodinare Pete Sears who sings the songs lyrics written by his wife Jeannette who as a team have composed songs in their long history including many of Jefferson Starship’s hits including Stranger, Awakening,Save Your Love, and Winds of Change just to name a few. Pete Sears was also part of the early "Rod Stewart" albums as well as playing with just about every musician and band from the San Francisco Bay Area' musical royality at one time or another over the years. If you love tender, true, genuine, from the heart music then "MOONALICE" is for you! A band of fine musicians and legends in music. Because we all know "It's all about the music"!!!! That's the Moonalice Tribes motto so join the tribe and start being "Satisfied". Moonalice posts it's live shows for free on their websites for us all to enjoy: http://www.moonaliceband.com/music/ http://www.youtube.com/moonalice http://twitter.com/Moonalice So if you like what you hear support the band, buy their album, join the tribe, and come to shows and tell them how awesome they are. Moonalice is: Ann & Roger McNamee (Flying Other Brothers) Pete Sears (Jefferson Starship, Rod Stewart) Barry Sless (Phil Lesh & Friends, David Nelson Band), , and Jim Sanchez (Dr. John, Boz Scaggs) GE Smith (Saturday Night Live, Bob Dylan), Jack Casady (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna), Review by Dennis Koessel now aka "Greeney52Moonalice"