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Man "C'mon"

listening to some Man (Welsh band from UK).
http://open.spotify.com/track/63DysEDDE0XzJ997ojrTRA

Later some Rocking the Cradle perhaps

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PURE JERRY

THE HARDER THEY COME
7/30/77
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thanks Darkstar1971
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Forever Grateful, Forever Dead,
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Hartford

3-26-87 very tight reason I went to see the Grateful Dead. Spot on every fuckin note. Thanx boys

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Jazz to Dead

Charlie Parker "Dial/Savoy Masters" 5/08/47

Miles Davis/Tadd Dameron "In Paris" 5/08/49

Horace Silver "Stylings of Silver" 5/08/57

George Russell Sextet "Ezz-thetics" 5/08/61 (has to be one of Dolphy's best)

GOGD Barton Hall Cornell aka 5/08/77

GOGD Glen Falls, NY 5/08/80

It's Friday, y'all!!! Oh, yeah.

" ... uh, and this one rose straight to the top of the charts in Turlock, California ... "

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9'21/72 The Spectrum

I've been listening to lots of Dead from the recent tour and lots of ABB from the recent Beacon run. Even though I have enjoyed listening to the Dead of '09 it just doesn't seem to touch the total synch the ABB have right now. Just takes me to that special spot once in a while, not like the day's of yore. But then I listen to this old stuff from the 70's and I go "oh yes". Long live the sounds of Jerry Garcia.

If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
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Been listening to Operocia

Been listening to Operocia lately. Got a song "Red Rope" that i can NOT get out of my head.

check them out: http://underground.alpine-usa.com/RocktheDash/band_index.php?bid=533

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The Dead

DRUMS/KEYS>DRUMS>SPACE
5/5/2009
Allstate Arena, Rosemont IL

WOW!!
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The Dead

Dancin In The Street
5/5/2009
Allstate Arena, Rosemont IL

"Doesn't matter what you ware, just as long as you are there!!"

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Middle-period Springsteen

Just saw him last weekend, seeing him again in DC in 10 days, I've been doing a full-immersion dose of Springsteen this week. Currently running through all 4 discs of Tracks on my commutes.

In the misty far-off time of vinyl, when I could afford to buy an album or at most two a month, I'd tend to wear the thing out until the next one came along...l'd live with the music until it was seared in my brain (warts and all, so to speak -- I still can't think of the Allman's "Southbound" without hearing the skip on my album right after the first verse).

Now I have so much music that I listen to once or twice and never spend enough time with to get to know it. Middle-period Springsteen sure fits that bill for me. Now I'm listening and thinking, hey this ain't half-bad after all....meanwhile I've got new albums still waiting for their first run through the record machine.

So much music, so little time...

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GD of course

8-30-69. A sweet show with a surprising jam buried within Doin That Rag. WOW!

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What Are You Listening To RIGHT NOW? - Part 8