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    marye
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    Lindsey Buckingham - Street of Dreams (et al.)
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  • August 28, 2014 - 7:34pm
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    With Coltrane you've committed an unprecedented breach of conventional listening! I LOVE it....BUT, I really came to attention with Jah Woosh (Neville Beckford - WOOT!) who's always reminded me of my favorite prog-reggae artist Eek-A-Mouse, especially that killer album "Assassinator"....oh my, it's been awhile since I've listened 'in that direction'; thanks for the signpost! peace/k
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    always awesome
    Grateful Dead Live at Old Renaissance Faire Grounds on 1972-08-27 (August 27, 1972)
  • August 27, 2014 - 1:59pm
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    Veneta, OR 8/27/72
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Grateful Dead Hour no. 359 By David Gans August 7, 1995 These two studio tracks show the surprising development of "Crazy Fingers." Compare them with the final version on Blues for Allah. Also: A nice pair of songs from the fall of 1994, and one of two songs the Jerry Garcia Band contributed to the soundtrack of Wayne Wang's film Smoke. Enjoy! Grateful Dead 10/17/94 Madison Square Garden, New York EYES OF THE WORLD-> MAN SMART, WOMAN SMARTER Grateful Dead 2/19/75 and 3/5/75 in the studio CRAZY FINGERS (rehearsals) Jerry Garcia Band, from the Smoke soundtrack SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES Every Wednesday, we post a program from the Grateful Dead Hour archives for your enjoyment and enlightenment. You can browse or search the playlists at gdhour.com or on the GD Hour Search page, and let me know what program(s) you'd like to hear by emailing me at gdhour@dead.net. Thank you for listening! - David Gans Producer/host Ahhhhh, The Grateful Dead!
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Duke Ellington "Early Ellington" 3/21/28 Art Tatum "Piano Starts Here" 3/21/33 Billie Holiday "Lady Day" 3/21/39 & 3/21/41 Clifford Brown "The Beginning & the End" 3/21/52 Henry "Red" Allen "World On A String" 3/21/57 Miles Davis "Someday My Prince Will Come" 3/21/61 Stan Getz With Guest Artist Laurindo Almeida 3/21/63 Grateful Dead Academy of Music 3/21/72 (courtesy Charlie Miller) "Steal Your Jazz"
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Phil Lesh & Friends1st Bank Center Broomfield, CO 02/16/2012 Hope everyone is checking out this amazing three day run. 2/16,2/17, 2/18. Warren Haynes and John Scofield trading leads. Whew! Set 1 01 Intro 02 Jam> 03 Shakedown Street 04 Dire Wolf 05 Tennessee Jed 06 Pride of Cucamonga 07 Doin' That Rag 08 The Wheel > 09 Standing On The Moon 10 Just A Little Light Set 2 01 Intro 02 Scarlet Begonias > 03 Fire On The Mountain 04 Rollin' & Tumblin' 05 Cryptical Envelopment > 06 Magic Bus > 07 The Other One > 08 Wharf Rat > 09 Help On The Way > 10 Slipknot > 11 Franklin's Tower 12 Crowd Encore: 13 Donor Rap 14 Not Fade Away
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ray wiley hubbert,alive dylan bootleg from 1963,and some good old leon russell,seen him live in 71,oh! i cant leaveout a little working mans dead
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listening to the first half of the bonus disc from 3/22/72 included w/ the Reinhalle purchase (and will no doubt be glued to the second half tomorrow), I would like to make an obnoxiously obsessed request for this run to be released in its entirety. Please.
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“This odd museum merely documents, juxtaposes, relativizes – a perverse collection.”– James Clifford, “On Ethnographic Surrealism” In the Unofficial Channels column of the February issue of The Wire, I write about Flokimotheque, a YouTube playlist that revives the perverse poetics of ethnographic surrealism. The playlist contains more than 100 posts that each juxtapose a single still image with a single piece of music. Check it out to see how prolonged immersion in such a seemingly prosaic process can reconfigure the senses and send ripples across the surface of the Real." - Tony Herrington (re-posted with kind permission of the author, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher for The Wire Magazine). http://www.thewire.co.uk/ http://www.thewire.co.uk/themire/ Flokimotheque - http://www.youtube.com/user/florencelucas/videos a fantastic little collection, containing everything from Nino Rota to Arne Nordheim, Vladimir Cosma to Mayo Thompson, Patty Waters to Rhys Chatham, music from Indonesia, Ennio Morricone, The Bug to Carla Bley, music from the Baka Forest People, Cabaret Voltaire to The Laneville-Johnson Union Brass Band. one a day for 100 days and rising. treat yourself to a few minutes of the sidereal.
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Just finished listening to The Samples' debut, self-titled album, currently listening to "Save The Turtles," and will be listening to "A Scarcity of Miracles" by Jakszyk, Fripp, & Collins up next.
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Lovers in a Dangerous TimeWondering Where The Lions Are Rocket Launcher If A Tree Falls Waiting On A Miracle
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Cure For The Blues (His most well known CD)Knobby is a local legend where I live and he has the chops. It's a cryin' shame he can't make his night job pay. But I guess that is the blues and if you don't have'um you can't sing'um. He alternates between three different guitars in a power trio and he commands that phat sound. Catch him if you can, definitely worthy.
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...Matisyahu's "Selections from No Place to Be." Just finished listening to Chaise Lounge's sophomore album "Second Hand Smoke," and I'll be listening to Void's "Sessions 1981-83" next. I'm one of those O.C.D. types who likes to rate the music on his/her iPod, and I had to re-boot my laptop's harddrive shortly before Christmas last year, so I've been listening to my entire album collection from "Absolution" to "93-03" in alphabetical order. And in case you're wondering, yes, it takes a LONG TIME to get through over 7,000 songs (especially when I keep adding new stuff and deleting stuff I don't really want anymore)....
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tristudios.com The Other One-Live Bobby Weir and The Nationals With... Head Count -------------------------(-----@
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My 3300 mile journey up and down the US East Coast...please remind me next time that 50 hrs behind the wheel of a small automobile is not the definition of a "fun" vacation... Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band -- 3/9/12 Apollo Theater (thank you Rog!)
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Bat Chain Puller by Captain Beefheart. As last the original is out..big thanks to whoever mentioned it here a while back and sent me in its direction. and THE FIRST OF "BEAR'S SONIC JOURNALS": BIG BROTHER & THE HOLDING COMPANY FEATURING JANIS JOPLIN. LIVE AT THE CAROUSEL BALLROOM 1968, RECORDED & PRODUCED BY OWSLEY STANLEY ("BEAR") Turn it up LOUD, it's a thrill ride. It is also a rather idiosyncratic mix from Bear with everthing from the PA (drums and voices) on the left hand channel and everything else (guitars) on the right. He explains why in the notes and even tells you how to arrange the speakers to get the best effect! Talking to us from the beyond.
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Althought I rarely buy compilations I dicovered that a Miles Davis compilation CD called 'Blue Moods: Music For You' has a rare live version of the song 'Fran-Dance', recorded somewhere in France in the 1950's, specific location/date unknown, and it it's my all-time favorite version of this beautiful song. Check it out :-)Pete
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Sweetheart of the Rodeo (Untitled) I think that it makes me something of a Byrds heretic to proclaim these two as my favorite Byrds albums...at least it would have circa 1971. Both CDs contain bonus tracks that enhance, rather than detract from, the original albums (hearing the original Gram Parsons vocals on several of the "Sweetheart" songs is worth the price of the CD itself. Regardless of whatever combination of legal problems and McGuinn insecurity kept them off the official release, I find it striking just how close McGuinn and Hillman in their own interpretations stuck to feel of Parsons' original takes). I just saw Roger McGuinn a couple of weekends ago and seem to be on a bit of Byrds jag right now. There are worse places to be...
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Sugaree ~ Olympia Theater, Paris France 1972 Happy April Fools Day Deadnet! Life is good ... See you all around!
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Bobby Weir & Bruce Hornsby Together & Alone Fabulous Music. Magical, like Love Is, xo! Actually, it's wordlessness, like Love Is. But I try, xo! I Love You Both...more than words~ can tell. Rock ON! My time coming anyday...xo!
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10-01-94 boston garden,dont know how i got to this show today,but am supposed to be doing things,and listened to 3 shows already..so im doing this... me and my uncle..
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10-01-94 boston garden,dont know how i got to this show today,but am supposed to be doing things,and listened to 3 shows already..so im doing this... me and my uncle..
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Fear Of Music: Animals; Life During WartimeDavid Byrne is definitely a loopy trip!
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyv_65o1HDY I'd gladly lose me to find you I'd gladly give up all I had To find you I'd suffer anything and be glad I'd pay any price just to get you I'd work all my life and I will To win you I'd stand naked, stoned and stabbed I'd call that a bargain The best I ever had The best I ever had I'd gladly lose me to find you I'd gladly give up all I got To catch you I'm gonna run and never stop I'd pay any price just to win you Surrender my good life for bad To find you I'm gonna drown an unsung man I'd call that a bargain The best I ever had The best I ever had I sit looking 'round I look at my face in the the mirror I know I'm worth nothing without you In life one and one don't make two One and one make one And I'm looking for that free ride to me I'm looking for you I'd gladly lose me to find you I'd gladly give up all I got To catch you I'm gonna run and never stop I'd pay any price just to win you Surrender my good life for bad To find you I'm gonna drown an unsung man I'd call that a bargain The best I ever had The best I ever had Bargain by >The Who I love The Who, xo! Heading to the Taper's Section next>>>
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sweet sweet sherbear.i read the words without knowing the song and made me cry. cannot fathom why these guys are not a part of the scene. soulful, full of joy, organic, the real deal. please, someone, book them for your festivals and spread the good word. i'm talking the legendary and hiatus happening BR5-49, and especially Chuck Mead & Gary Bennett. a final post from jonapi for a good long while. it's gonna be some time. thanks everyone. especially TL, CB, MP, GT, ME, F, S, J.
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shouldn't end on a down note. here it goes. thanks guys. smoke weed.
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I know your Mission awaits!Be in the presence of all good thoughts and sing all the while you go. When there are no words- remember the drums and the percussion, the frets and bliss and every good sound in your mind! All let you love be all the sweeter for your days to come. Thank you kind friend, good teacher, gracious sher'er and light giver! You are a gift and will succeed at this, to be sure! Go but remember I am and always (syawla) will be but a thought away. I love you so much, xo! A dedication to jonapi http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOqyygAQSX0 This song is a sherbear favorite! Listen 3 times for 1st 3 days and then 2X's for a month and desired effect will become ingrained mentally. LOL. Ha! Thank You For Being A Friend!
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Wherever you're headed. And thanks for all the fish!
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Don't Let Go So where's that new Jerry release? Soon maybe? Please?
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Old School Nils in the E Street Band and Nels (Cline) in Wilco, knock-out guitarists whose marquee bands don't feature their talents nearly enough. Maybe it's the first name?
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Cowboy Junkies One of the nicest covers I've ever heard
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dopesmoker by sleep. an hour and 3 minute jam full of sabbath like riffs and lyrics that depict a group of stoners searching for the holy land.
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Old and In The Way... right after Elephant Mountain. It's got nothing to do with old though!Subliminally I do have to wonder... with "Grandpa" Banana's new album release. And I am too now I guess (a grandpa.) Oh well. Age is an abstraction! Peace all, DE
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B-side to Wishful Sinful Fantastic Doors from the Soft Parade era.
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Early Ellington 4/07/27 just one tune Milt Jackson "Lewis, Heath, Clarke & Donaldson" 4/07/52 Dizzy Gillespie "Birk's Works" 4/07/57 Jimmy Smith "Cool Blues" 4/07/58 Miles Davis "Jack Johnson" 4/07/70 ("Yesternow") Grateful Dead Empire Pool Wembley 4/08/72 (2nd set - I cheated) I had "my" show of the handful I saw, but one such as the above renders any and all I may have seen inconsequential, I'm afraid.
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I have been watching a very good new documentary film called "Dawn of the Dead: The Grateful Dead & The Rise of the San Francisco Underground" Fascinating material with some great footage of primal Dead. Don't miss it! It is already available in the UK, but release in the US seems to be in May
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Stopping in to sher the momentsI'm having before the next moments I'll be having. Hope all your moments are exactly what you want and need! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxJFjO4Skgo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KJKiCGjHZk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDm_ZHyYTrg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7rzMhwYaus All the best, to All of you- syawlA! I love you so much ->&%#@(&*>>>@+={} (,) I am grateful for everyone and everything Dead.Net! ---------------------------------(-----@
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4/29/77 scarlet begonias into going down the road feeling bad....WOW!!!!
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Comes A Time Lyrics By: Robert Hunter Music By: Jerry Garcia Comes a time when the blind man takes your hand (note 1) Says "don't you see?" Gotta make it somehow On the dreams you still believe Don't give it up You got an empty cup Only love can fill Only love can fill Been walking all morning Went walking all night I can't see much difference Between the dark and light And I feel the wind And I taste the rain Never in my mind To cause so much pain From day to day Just letting it ride You get so far away From how it feels inside You can't let go 'Cause you're afraid to fall But the day may come When you can't feel at all THANKS FURTHUR THANKS ROB HB, XO THANKS ROBERT & JERRY THANKS ALL I LOVE COMES A TIME AND YOU, ALL It's indescribable how much....
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKzWsreOcfM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCDZzf4ragg Bright Side of the Road by: Van Morrison, 1979 From the dark end of street To the bright side of the road We'll be lovers once again On the bright side of the road. Little darlin' come with me Won't you help me share my load From the dark end of the street To the bright side of the road. Into this life we're born Baby sometimes we don't know why And time seems to go by so fast In the twinkling of any eye. Let's enjoy it while we can Won't you help me sing my song From the dark end of the street To the bright side of the road. From the dark end of the street To the bright side of the road We'll be lovers once again On the bright side of the road We'll be lovers once again On the bright side of the road. http://brightsideoftheroad.org an ALS Donation for the Forever Grateful My nephew's lost his Dad to ALS and I am celebrating him today. He called me best friend. I haven't let my nephew forget all his Dad and all he wanted me to sher with him. Especially how to have FUN! AROooooooooooooooooooooooooo! Rock On Everyone, a message from Mr. Jones! Have an excellent Weekend, with me or with out me. Ditto and ditto and ditto, xo!
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Dark Star Lyrics By: Robert Hunter Music By: Garcia, Hart, Kreutzmann, Lesh, McKernan, Weir Dark star crashes (note a) Pouring its light into ashes Reason tatters The forces tear loose from the axis Searchlight casting For faults in the clouds of delusion Shall we go, you and I, while we can? Through the transitive nightfall of diamonds Mirror shatters In formless reflections of matter Glass hand dissolving To ice petal flowers revolving Lady in velvet Recedes in the nights of goodbye Shall we go, you and I, while we can Through the transitive nightfall of diamonds? Ahhh and a delightful JAM. This jam is so philosophic and has a conversational endearment that is highly evolved. The band members are actuating a cosmic and deliberate symphony for? Something surely worth the pleasure of it. I am serene and feeling so>>>
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New Potato Caboose Lyrics By: Phil Lesh Music By: Bobby Petersen Last leaf fallen, bare earth where green was born Above my doorknob, two eagles hang against a cloud (note 1) Sun comes up blood red Wind yells among the stone All graceful instruments are known When the windows all are broken And your love's become a toothless crone When the voices of the storm sound Like a crowd Winter morning breaks, you're all alone The eyes are blind-- Blue visions are all a seer can own And touching makes the flesh to cry out loud This ground on which the seed of love is sown All graceful instruments are known I could never hear All the graceful instruments enough! Each so unique and then the one and the other one. -----------------Mystical'------(----@
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AAROOOOOOOOOOOOOooooo! Yeah! I can feel y'all! Grrrrrrrrrrrrr. Get me wild! Let's love the Neighbors!