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Miles Davis 1969

Key development year for the band -- from the Bootleg II release.

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gogd 8/27/72 Kesey's Creamery

Black Throated Wind. Overdue for release, great show.

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studio Jerry

A CD I put together of Jerry's studio songs, leaving out almost all those that became Dead tunes. Great for a rainy day!

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Brian, Steve, and Bob

This weekend it was the Brian Jonestown Massacre--"The Singles Collection (1992 - 2011)" and the "We Are the Radio" mini album/EP--and the Steve Miller Band--"The Best of 1968-1973" and the 30th anniversary edition of "Fly Like an Eagle". Today it's some old school Bob Mould with Merge's deluxe re-releases of Sugar's "Copper Blue" and "File Under: Easy Listening."

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Henri Chopin

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Cosey Fanni Tutti

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gogd 6/15/92 Giant's Stadium

Knocking on Heaven's Door

This show which Steve Miller added his oft-used (for 92) locomotive whistle during Drums>Space really blows me over after So Many Roads and before this Dylan cover.

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What Are You Listening to RIGHT NOW?--Part The Eleven