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10/9/80

Chasmo updates on page 64 and he has you as the last person on this vine, Operator.

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10-9-80

Anyone have a copy of the order of this vine laying around?
I'm not prepared to skim through 76 pages...

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10/9/80

Just finished listening to the great acoustic set, which was marred by Jerry butchering the lyrics to Ripple. He sang neither the "there is a road" verse, nor the all important "if I knew the way I would you home" verse. Very disappointing end to an otherwise fine set. Reminds me a bit of Franklin's Tower, which Jerry could never seem to sing properly, save for the '75 vault show.

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Winterland 10/16-20/74

**Just updating this Vine**
Winterland October 1974
Wow!
The hits keep coming.
1.brewster boy (notchloft@aol.com)
2.Hal R
3.operator
4.yamadog
5.Hunter
6.chasmo [gonzo7755@yahoo.com]
7. Ltapilot
8. dstache (dstache@gmail.com)
9. Estim8ed (libertarianforlife@yahoo.com)
10. D00Dah (chriskraft@hotmail.com)

His job is to shed light, not to master...

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Live Jerry '72-'82

Live Jerry '72-'82
LiveGarcia 2/6/72, 12/20/72, 11/29/75, 2/14/76, 5/5/82 (9 cds)
**Just updating this Vine

1.dstache
2.Hal R
3. brewster boy (notchloft@aol.com)
4.chasmo [gonzo7755@yahoo.com]
5.DooDah Man (chriskraft@hotmail.com)
6.yamadog
7.operator
8.kim (teenymonkey@hotmail.com)

His job is to shed light, not to master...

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JGB 1987

Got this one today from KJ7KJ on the west side of our mutual state today and will be off to Kim tomorrow

JGB 1987
Jerry Garcia Band 8/29/87 French's Camp on Eel River Garberville, Ca. (3 discs)
(source= soundboard> ? > WAV > CD)
1. Richard
2.chasmo [gonzo7755@yahoo.com.]
3.DooDah Man (chriskraft@hotmail.com)
4.yamadog
5. brewster boy (notchloft@aol.com)
6. KJ7XJ
7. Hal R
8. kim (teenymonkey@hotmail.com)
9. dstache
10.operator
11.

If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
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Excellent the rejuvinated

Stanford 2-9-73 and Egypt '78 run vines will fly east to visit 143or245.
I will have these to you shortly to add a grin to your face and new music for your Dead library.

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Rosco Maples Palo Alto Calif 2/9/73

2-9-73 Rosco Maples, Palo Alto Calif.
This is a repost of the Roscoe Maples Pavilion show at Stanford University in 2-9-73. It had a early prototype of a "Wall Of Sound" that would be featured in later tours, although much of it was blown out by show's end. The breakouts on this show include first performances of SEVEN Jerry tunes, (noted * below) including the glorious Eyes of the World as well as others.
(the source is soundboard> )

1. Oroboros
2.143or245
3.

Good evening my brother and thanx for the heads up on Egypt and Rosco Maples
143or245
stay safe and feel good!

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Egypt 78 Vine

Egypt Vine (Thanks to Hunter and Richard)
Grateful Dead, Sphinx Theatre, Giza, Egypt. September 14th - 16th, 1978. (SDB>)
9/14/78
9/15/78
9/16/78

1. Oroboros
2. 143or245 (eiwpfrg@aol.com)
3. Blackpeter

143or245, I switched your name with blackpeter, as I have tried to pm blackpeter repeatedly with no response and I don't want this vine to stall again. AND If you want to sign up for the 2-9-73, I can send both to you at the same time. Let me know.
take care, tim

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2-9-73 Repost

2-9-73 Rosco Maples, Palo Alto Calif.
This is a repost of the Roscoe Maples Pavilion show at Stanford University in 2-9-73. It had a early prototype of a "Wall Of Sound" that would be featured in later tours, although much of it was blown out by show's end. The breakouts on this show include first performances of SEVEN Jerry tunes, (noted * below) including the glorious Eyes of the World as well as others.
(the source is soundboard> )
Disc 1
1.Promised Land 2.Row Jimmy* 3.Black Throated Wind 4.Deal 5.Me & My Uncle 6.Sugaree 7.LLRain 8.Loose Lucy* 9.Beer Barrel Polka 10.Mexicali 11.Brown Eyed Women 12.El Paso 13.HCSunshine*
Disc 2
1.Playin' 2.Wavy Gravy Banter 3.Chinacat 4.Rider 5.Jack Straw 6.Dead Battery Banter 7.They Love Each Other* 8.Banter 9.Truckin' >10.Eyes Of The World*>11.China Doll*
Disc 3
1.Big River 2.Ramble On Rose 3.Box Of Rain 4.Wave That Flag* 5.Sugar Magnolia 6. Uncle John's Band 7.Around & Around 8.(E) Casey Jones

A Deadbase XI review describes "...Loose Lucy (with a large number of unrecorded verses) and then uncorked a Playin in the Band that let everyone know the second set was sure to be serious...the tape remains one of my very favorites." ( by Phil DeGuere)

1. Oroboros
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"that was a very good year"

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