It might be the last remaining audio visual frontier they have yet to explore. They could intersperse concert footage and base it on several timelines of interesting events. I'd like to see a computer game released.
The matrix of this show was done very carefully and there deserves to be follow-up from the Rhino side and a release of this one in it's entirety similar to Nightfall of Diamonds.
Note: This was a two encore show. Bertha>Good Lovin' the first encore and JBG the second.
There is no Foxboro 91. The last time they played there was 90. Are you mistaking for one of the Garden show run in Boston that year?
Foxborough,MA 1991----Jerry tried out a new guitar w/ glass strings---the most amazing sound, I've ever heard....anyone?
6-9 and 6-10-1973 w/ the Allman Brothers at RFK Stadium or 10-8 and 10-9-1989 Hampton Coliseum Formerly The Warlocks shows!!
...come up with a fun project where they give us a few shows to choose from and we make the choice. For example, they stipulate A. they will put out a new road trips release B. they will be comprised from a given set of shows and C. we get to choose it. This would be nice for a change and a diversion from the 'ol 'guess what's comin' next?' I would be so into this. What do you think?
I would hope the choices would be something like: Choose your top 3 from:
red rocks '82
laguna seca '87
cal expo '90
There would then be a pie chart updated real time to show the results of the voting. Shoot, they could put in a 'stealie'.
Doing something like this would certainly stimulate fan excitement and would be a fun project. After all, we are not shy to submit our opinions. It would be great to feel some sense of contribution to the decision and some sort of pay off in the end.
...and under represented.....
I would still like to see some full show releases from summer and fall of '88, perhaps the most underappreciated year ever...
Any live Black Muddy River available?
I find nothing!! (in the current stocks)
I guess I missed out on the download series vol 9, April 2 & 3, 1989 at the Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA. I would love a copy, if it is still available.
The only one (I remember) seeing live, was at the Worcester Centrum, also on April 2 in 1987.
My favorite song and the last Jerry sang. I sang it a few days after Jerry's death around the campfire at Forest Lake Camp in the Adirondacks. I can still hear the echo... "There's nothing left to do but count the years"
I would love to see the Horton Fieldhouse show from 4/24/78 get the royal treatment. Not only do they encore/close w/ Werewolves in London but it contains one of the best Scarlet > Fire's of all time.