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  • November 29, 2007 - 9:56am
    143or245
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    Early Dead Captured on Tape, Cont...
    ooops...speaking of November 29, 1966...get ahold of it and smile, smile, smile. stay safe and feel good! >><<<< :>
  • November 29, 2007 - 9:55am
    143or245
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    Early Dead Captured on Tape
    not a lot of 1966 GD captured on tape...if ur lucky enuf to come across the rare tape of this show, u will have found a "miracle" showcasing an excellent "early dead" show. stay safe and feel good! >><<<< :>
  • November 29, 2007 - 8:31am
    izzie
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    November 27
    Today is November 27. On this date in Deadhead history: - In 1968, the Grateful Dead played The Kinetic Playground with Procul Harum in Chicago. - In 1970, the Grateful Dead played The Syndrome in Chicago.
  • November 29, 2007 - 8:30am
    izzie
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    Today is November 29
    Today is November 29. On this date in Deadhead history: - In 1966, the Grateful Dead played the Matrix in San Francisco, CA. - In 1970, the Grateful Dead played Club Agora in Columbus, Ohio. - In 1979, the Grateful Dead played the Cleveland Music Hall in Cleveland, OH. - In 1980, the Grateful Dead played the Alligator Alley Gym at the Univ. of Florida in Gainesville, FL.. Excellent Shakedown, Franklin's. - In 1981, the Grateful Dead played the Civic Arena in Pittsburgh, PA. - In 1994, the Grateful Dead played McNichols Sports Arena in Denver, CO. Baba O'Reilly>Tomorrow Never Knows show up for the first time in over a year and for the first time ever in the pre-drums slot.
  • November 29, 2007 - 8:29am
    izzie
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    November 28
    Today is November 28. On this date in Deadhead history: - In 1966, the Grateful Dead played the Matrix in San Francisco, CA. - In 1968, the Grateful Dead played The Kinetic Playground in Chicago, IL. - In 1980, the Grateful Dead played the Lakeland Civic Center in Lakeland, FL.
  • November 29, 2007 - 8:28am
    izzie
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    Just the messenger!
    The original files for this series were created several years ago by a guy on the Well - www.well.com if that means nothing to you! A woman over there, Aud, picked it up when Dave left the Well, and I'm cribbing these entries from Aud's entries on the Well. The 'good this, bad that' parts are from Dave and a little from Aud, and there is always discussion about it on the Well. I think it'd be cool to have some of that discussion here, too. So have at, 143or245!!
  • November 26, 2007 - 11:41am
    143or245
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    I respecfully disagree !
    with ur November 25th posting above... u indicated In 1979 @ the pauley pavilion that the GD played a "Good" Shakedown>Bertha to open the second set. when in fact it was a "most excellent shakedown>bertha" luv ya and yankin atcha (LOL) thanx and plz keep the music playin and this venue alive! stay safe and feel good!
  • November 26, 2007 - 9:20am
    izzie
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    Today is November 26
    Today is November 26. On this date in Deadhead history: - In 1972, the Grateful Dead played the Civic Auditorium in San Antonio, TX. - In 1980, the Grateful Dead played the Sportatorium in Hollywood, Fla. - In 1982, the Grateful Dead played the Bob Marley Performing Arts Center in Montego Bay, Jamaica. ______________________________________ You guys can feel free to interject any comments about these postings as we go. When the original author of the file gives his opinion on a particular piece and you feel differently, speak up! - just an example. Just sayin' this doesn't have to be a static day count.
  • November 25, 2007 - 8:39am
    izzie
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    November 25
    Today is November 25. On this date in Deadhead history: - In 1973, the Grateful Dead played Feyline Field in Tempe, AZ. Excellent Eyes. Good show. - In 1979, the Grateful Dead played Pauley Pavilion in Westwood, CA. Good Shakedown>Bertha to open the second set.
  • November 25, 2007 - 8:36am
    izzie
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    November 24
    Today is November 24. On this date in Deadhead history: - In 1968, the Grateful Dead played Hyde Park Teen Center in Cincinatti, Ohio. - In 1972, the Grateful Dead played the Memorial Auditorium in Dallas,Texas. Good China>Rider, Box, Truckin to start the second set. - In 1978, the Grateful Dead played a FM/TV broadcast at the Capitol Theater in Passaic, NJ. Good Sugaree, and a good Shakedown>Olin Arageed>Drums>Fire in the second set. Garcia's voice was on it's way out. - In 1979, the Grateful Dead played the Golden Hall in San Diego, CA. Nice China>Rider to open the show.
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By popular demand! Daily updates graciously provided by aud!
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in the same location, one of my favorite shows and scenes of all time.
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i'm a techno moron and now i'm confused. so now i'm a confused techno moron. oh well. i'll keep pluggin' away until i get used to it and that will reduce the confusion part but reducing the moron part...........that may take a (long) while so please bear with.........hehe : ) ( i do like the new heading but please keep things the same for at least 1 year..........much thanks)
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Spent the day in Utah with the band up in the hills, where at least one person was observed entering the show under the canopy of a parachute, with purple smoke trailing behind him; some folks had set up a tarp in the middle of the crowd, upon which target the parachutist then made his graceful landing. As he passed over my head, I could see that he was dancing and had a ticket in his hand. Just a day like any other day, back when we had a Grateful Dead.
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Holy shit. Bob Weir is 65. It's true, all the years combine.
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Holy shit. Bob Weir is 65. It's true, all the years combine.
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marye. Bob's saying, "just throw money".
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Tonight in 1966, the first Grateful Dead concert was recorded live at the Fillmore in San Francisco.