Listening to Omaha 10/21/1973 for the first time: another jewel in the haystack of excellent shows. Although it's a soundboard, the audience is quite apparent. Killer Here Comes Sunshine followed by a comical start to Beat It on Down the Line. Thanks to gdradio.net for the listening opportunity.
7-8-1981 st louis kiel aud - cmon dave!
This is my first post/request. Please consider releasing this show. This was one of the first 10 tapes I owned and I still love this show. This show would be perfect as there is only one audience copy on Archive.org the last time I looked. The Playin>Supplication > Playin rocks the house. Thanks for the chance to add my suggestion on a new release.
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE OH PLEASE release something from this venue!!!! There were SO many hot shows played in the Omni....My faves include 4/3/90, 4/4/91 and 4/5/91...
Great show from the summer of '71 and Pig's last till December.
And there's alot of Pig in it;
Mr.Charlie, Big Boss Man, Hard To Handle, Empty Pages, Good Lovin, and Next Time You See Me. This one needs to be released.
Please & Thank You !
Holy S#%*! It’s the COMPLETE Europe ’72 Box! On 73 Discs!
♪♫♥♫~♥☼ღ♥♪♫♪♫♥ The Music Never Stops ! ♥♫♪♫♪♥ღ☼♥~♫♥♫♪
" There is Nothing like a Grateful Dead Concert ! "
i would like 10-27-91/12-8-94/12-9-94/2-25-94/2-25-95/6-3-95
I chased the previous inquiry around and found a Charlie Miller tweaked audience recording on both the LMA and bt.eTree. I saw the Dead twice in Oct '72, and both shows were grate. I enjoyed a few 1973 shows just a little more.
I just watched the closing of Fillmore West again and like it well enoguh, but the Jerry noodling on pedal and the two Dead tunes are why I watch it. Also, I've listened to the show a couple times this summer (met it some 30 years ago) and have been reminded what an intense experience it still is!
Granted there is some 1st set out of tuneage, but it was temporary and, after nearly reducing their molars to rubble, they come together nicely and blow some San Franciscan minds.
It would make a great package w/ CD's and a DVD (surely there's more footage).
You could do it for Owsley, too.
" Steal Your Jazz "
I don't even think there is a soundboard recording of this but if there is I would like to hear it.
A friend got tickets to this and the 10/24/72 shows with the idea of finding a date to go with him. He was unsuccessful. So he offered me a ticket. I declined saying The Dead weren't that good, they couldn't sing, etc. He kept pressuring me so I went. I was so stupid before the show. It was the best concert I ever saw, over four hours long. I was amazed. I was getting tired just watching the show and the band was still up there working their butts off. I've been a Dead fan ever since. This concert is my fondest memory from my youth.
I also saw them twice at the Coliseum in Madison, WI but didn't enjoy them so much there because it a lousy place for concerts. It was designed for sporting events.
I know that certain years get no respect, so here's a few respectable shows.
7.23.1994 Take out Samba in the Rain, and you have a confident, adventurous, well developed program. Add the pre-drums of the following night, and you've got magic. Really, this is surprisingly good for any era, in my opinion.
9.22.93 The band really took flight here. Vince had shows where he really understood. Had communication been better behind the scenes, I'm sure he would have understood a whole lot more.
12.30.89 Remove the flubbed Music, add first set highlights from 12.27.89, and the entire pre-drums as bonus.... some spectacular and unique music there. Don't forget the Iko with Clarence. Raw and off the hook!
Overall, 7.2.89 was the superior show for most of that summer. Tore that Wang Dang Doodle a new one. Purely original!
I like the choice for the new Road Trips, Denver'73. Very cool.