where he tells people enough with the MOOOOORRRE and how about THANKS?
that's always been one of my favorites.
for fool4thedead: Ladies & Gentlemen, The Grateful Dead! 4 disc set, Fillmore East, 71.
I can't imagine you would be disappointed, except maybe at Grahm's rant at the end!
Thanks. I thought it meant that the song was edited and I wasn't listening to the full thing. I have one more question. On archive.org when I download the mp3 files how do I access it on Windows Media Player? When I try to extract it, there are two copies of all the files and deleting one will delete the other. Is there a way to do this? Thanks again!
~~What does > mean?
On March 8th, 2010 hisfamily said:
On the back of GD albums there are stuff like Uncle John's Band >. What does this mean?~~
Well what it means is that they transition or jam into the next song and it all blends into one. There are alot of songs that are played together regularly....for instance Chinacat Sunflower flows into I know you Rider....most deadheads just put China>Rider as a shorthand. So if you get old tapes (lol) or digital music that is documented by deadheads you will get those symbols.
If you do not have the symbol it means there was a definite break in the music.
Example would be this show which can be found on archives:
If you look at the first few songs. It is listed like this:
Hell In A Bucket, Iko Iko, Little Red Rooster (separated songs)
then later on:
Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Scarlet Begonias (Scarlet>Fire to heads with a little sandwich)
Hope this helps!
Will you come with me? Once in awhile you can get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right!
Uncle John's Band > Dark Star means that UJB transitions into DS.
On the back of GD albums there are stuff like Uncle John's Band >. What does this mean?
I grew up listening to a lot of classic rock, in fact that's all I listened to.... About a year ago in January of 2009, I was talking to the family friend who lives in Seattle, we were discussing music and he told me to listen to the song Shakedown Street. I checked it out and from that moment I was hooked. I caught my first show about a week ago and Shea's and haven't shaken the feeling of pure joy and the feeling of fitting in somewhere a week later. I want more, one wasn't enough.
I finally found my home :)
I appreciate Lovecrafts advice, it will certainly keep peace in the family and the divorce lawyer away! Although it would help if my wife catches the Grateful Dead bug as well. Keep your fingers crossed for me.
before you continue to spend a fortune on GD records, do yourself a favor and check out some of the free stuff that's available.
I'm not saying you shouldn't ever buy the official releases. Often the sound quality is superior, and you get the great packaging loaded with pictures, information, etc.
But also check out sites like this one: http://www.archive.org
There you can simply type "Grateful Dead" in the search window, and thousands of shows will be available for free. You can download any of them, plus many of the shows also can be streamed live, meaning you can listen to them through a built-in layer on the screen immediately, without having to download the show.
This way you can slow down a little, and explore the different eras of the GD without forcing your wife to cut up your credit card : )