sounds perfect in some way every time I listen to it 'bout now, in the Fall when time is warping and tightening - awhoa!
10-12-68 give it a try, listen to it again or not. Unrelenting, ferocious and "spot-on, eh?". I was really hoping that the next Dave's was going to be this or hereabouts, but what is within earshot is most definitely worthy. Go there GOGD!!!
Listen, twice. I did---listen that is...
More later, after the mediation, xo!
The Pop Group
Palo Alto, Stanford U. 10/10/82 Had to listen on its 30th! (Miller Aud) A Sunday. I can imagine it was awesome to be there - all those exotic trees with the dappled light, balmy temp, and Jerry lettin' 'em rip! Too much! Agreed, best show of '82.
Baltimore's own Jacob Panic's brand-spanking-new album, "Pop-Grass," which is available exclusively through Bandcamp.com (http://jacobpanic.bandcamp.com). If you dig modern pop songs played by a bluegrass band, check this album out; it's a steal at $10. And Jacob can pick him some wicked banjo!
Live in New York City (6/6/11)
I saw Simon about 6 months later on this tour -- setlist was the same as the NYC concert, though the full show from this tour includes a couple of additional covers, notably a show-highlight of a "for George" rendition of "Here Comes the Sun," unfortunately missing from this release.
Still pretty damn good after all these years.