Yeah, the Bill Grahm Civic Center may be best suited for boat shows rather than rock shows and Bobby screwed up on the third set game plan but so what? It's SF and you still had the opportunity to be there in the audience in whatever mood you particularly desired. How great is that?
Here we have a few of the boys in the 39th month of another iteration of letting it roll and one has to marvel at that. If you attended, I hope you had the time of your life! Thanks for posting guys! Who else would give it to us for free? Not many!
If the Mayans don't get you then the Martians will!
Since I can never seem to get around to downloading things in a timely manner, my brother has started a new tradition of grabbing all the downloads, burning them to CD, printing out the artwork and song descriptions, and bundling them for me as a Christmas present.
This is a tradition I can wholeheartedly support and am hoping that it continues for years to come. Thanks, Dead.net and thanks, Jimbo...
Ok, Anybody going to post this?
SiriusXM-Grateful Dead Ch: 23
This sounds great! THANK GOD!
Holy Jesu! Care four a spot of tea? Boston tea, that is. The boys are so cool this night. Chimes, maracas, gongs Can you believe this stuff?! By the way I'm listening to 12/30. I'm going to NY and Jimi for NYE.
May all your hopes and dreams come true.
Praying for a stream from SF to be working tonight too, xo.
Listening to 9/24/1993 Boston. Flew up from Nashville with three friends, where we met up with more friends and stayed at my sister's house for the weekend section of the Garden run. Fri 9/24, Sat 9/25 and Sun 9/26. I'm building up the energy preparing for the spectacular "Standing on the Moon" on Sunday. Sitting rear of stage at the old Boston Garden had great sound. Our mail order gave us one night on the floor and two side/back stage on Phil side. From the back, the stage was open and we great view (and sound like I said) of Billy and Mickey during show but especially during Drums when the vast array of percussion instruments were put to use. Really fun weekend. Sunday night was insane in so many ways. Those of us who were there in my circle of friends recently had an email chain reminiscing the details of that night. I just love how the Grateful Dead's music is so wonderfully preserved. Listening to shows I went to literally take me right back to the venue and the friends and extended Dead family I was with at the time. Sensory overload, I can see it, hear it and even smell, taste and feel it.
He's Gone from 9/24 that is queued up right now is very spirited.
Later today, surely I'll be on the archive dialing up past New Year's Eve shows; and/or see what XM23 has to offer.
Bidding, great word. Good Night. xo