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Joined: Dec 4 2008
My First Furthur Show!--6/27/10-Brooklyn,NY

Listening to the Archive's offering of my first Furthur show from Coney Island,Brooklyn,NY,....6/27/10...and what a show it was!!!

Set I
Golden Road>
Good Lovin'
Music Never Stopped
Sugar Magnolia>
Dear Mr. Fantasy>
Scarlet Begonias>
Magnolia Mountain>
Uncle John's Band

Set II
Unbroken Chain
Let It Grow
Fire On The Mountain>
The Other One>
Cryptical Envelopment>
Blues For Allah
Morning Dew
Eyes Of The World
Help On The Way>
Franklin's Tower

E)Box Of Rain

True nobility comes not from being better than others
But from being better than you used to be

Deadicated's picture
Joined: Jun 4 2007
Everybody's playing in the ...

Springfield, Ma. 6/30/74 I can not begin to explain how this one is hitting the spot - upper 70's, 50-something humidity, breezes, windows open. St. Louis? Shhhhh!!! It's deja vu all over again!

" Where does the time go? "

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Joined: Dec 25 2009
RT 3.3 Fillmore east 5/15/70

S'all good, better than good! Damn fine vintage... If you like Acoustic GD Bear's Choice this one is right in your wheelhouse. "A" sdbds. circulate, but the mastering off the band's own tape makes it worth it.

Joined: Aug 17 2009
what a coincidence.....

.....So Am I!!...Red,White and Indigo,7/7/89 from J.F.K.I can`t get over how happy Jerry looks during,"Blow Away."...As Brent is explaining the meaning of "Real Love,"And he and Jer are playing off of one another,in the background,you can see Jerry jammin...And smiling ear to ear...Man,I miss him!

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Joined: Jun 27 2010
Listening To

Crimson, White, & Indigo cds
7/7/89 JFK Stadium

Joined: Jun 7 2007

Chicago-Chicago[original quad mix on dvd]if you don't have this disc you owe it to yourself to get it[if you like the band Chicago that is]

lamagonzo (not verified)
Cold Rain connisseur

Hey now GVince! Had a listen to that CR&S on 7/7/78. Pretty slinky, Jer sounds like one Cat Under Stars, Donna is in tune on the vocals and the drummers and Phil are definitely kickin' it.
Think Keith was smacked this night, big time MIA.

I put in my top ten but not top five. Anybody with any other CR&Ss to recommend?

Deadicated's picture
Joined: Jun 4 2007
Jazz to Dead

Blanton-Webster 6/26/41

J.J.Johnson "Savoy Sessions" 6/26/46

Kenny Clarke "Bohemia After Dark" 6/26/55

Dizzy Gillespie "Sittin' In" 6/26/57 (w/ the redoubtable Wynton Kelly!!!)

Thelonious Monk "With John Coltrane" & "Monk's Music" 6/26/57 Abide with me.

GOGD Providence Civic Center 6/26/74 Never to be missed!!!

" Where does the time go? "

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Joined: Jun 8 2010
Red Rocks 7/7/78

Ok now I know a lot of you are gonna be disgusted with me for just now listening to this, but I am currently listening to 7/7/78 Red Rocks for the first time. And Yes I am in a state of pure musical escastsy. This might be my favorite "Cold Rain and Snow" ever.

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Joined: Jun 9 2007
GOGD 6/24/85

Riverbend Music Ctr. Cincinnati OH.Second set, great sequence of songs:
Smokestack Lightnin'>
Cryptical Envelopment>
Comes A Time>
The Other One>
Cryptical Envelopment>
Wharf Rat


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