Grateful Dead

What Are You Listening To RIGHT NOW? - Part 9

It is WAY past time to have a new version of this! So here it is! What's coming through your speakers and headphones?

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"When Doves Cry" (Prince) - Gov't Mule - The Deepest End; Live

"All energy flows according to the whims of the Great Magnet. What a fool I was to defy Him." ~ Hunter S Thompson

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Hartford 4/26/09.

Dedicated - I love Patsy Cline!!

"Here's my half a dollar if you dare .. double twist when you hit the air. Look at Julie down below .. the levee doing the dopaso"

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8/24/68 (Two from the Vault)

well, "That's It for the Other One" . . .

great early, flailing, psychedelic jams!

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"To shed light, not to master"

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6.10.73
Second set: Eyes'>Stella Blue, Big River, Here Comes Sunshine and on into the 3rd set. " If I have to explain (more) you just wouldn't understand"..........

......And there were days I know when all we ever wanted was to learn and love and grow.

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Grateful Dead - June 18, 1974
Freedom Hall - Louisville, KY
Charlie Miller's master--

"A well put together unreality is pretty hard to beat."
--Mark Twain

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Late Great Lowell George

"What Do You Want the Girl to Do ?", right after Bonnie Raitt singing "What Do You Want the Boy to Do?"

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Patsy Cline

"Sweet Dreams: The Complete Decca Studio Masters, 1960-1963"

" Time only adds to the flame. "

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I should mention........

.......that the Mosque show has an amazing first set (Archive it!! Charlie Miller upgrade, of course) and the second set opener is S/F into:

He's Gone>Drums>The Other One>Wharf Rat>The Other One>The Wheel>Around & Around E: Johnny B. Goode~ happy face infinitum~

......And there were days I know when all we ever wanted was to learn and love and grow.

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nice! tphokie1.

Check this one out from the same tour ('77). You're in that vein that's close to the heart; The Mosque, 5.25.77 (Star Wars opening day)........ listening to the Scarlet>Fire......... uhhhhhhhhh, Jerry.

......And there were days I know when all we ever wanted was to learn and love and grow.

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Grateful Dead 8/27/72

I'm embarrassed to say I'm just listening to this show! I've wanted to hear it ever since I read an article about it in "Dupree's Diamond News" in the late 80's or early 90's. This show is absolutely awesome!!! Every song is unique. Particularly liked the Playin' in the Band and Birdsong. The Sing Me Back Home definitely gets my vote for best version ever! Jerry is on and Donna's vocals make this version a standout. The whole "best show ever" thing is very subjective, and listening to a tape is never the same as being there, but I'd have to say this one gets my vote. The '77 Cornell show is outstanding but there's something extra special about this one!

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What Are You Listening To RIGHT NOW? - Part 9