just passing through....
but that's lovely that you asked! thank you gratefaldean!
Are you back, or just passing through?
Scarlet/Fire ~ Broomfield, CO. 2/16/12
Damn y'all .... "Heart of Gold Band" indeed-E! I had a grateful time at these three shows ... Colorado rocks (literally ;-)! Thanks for the amazing hospitality everyone...
Billie Holiday "Jazz at the Philharmonic" 6/03/46
Gerry Mulligan "Pleyel Concert" 6/03/54
Grateful Dead Paramount Theatre 6/03/76 1st set (Hunter Seamons matrix - nice!)
Joe Henderson "Page One" 6/03/63 RVG
GD Paramount 2nd set
Maybe a '76er'll be comin' our way!
Since I've Been Loving You
There might be better versions available out there, but if you stream/download it from Archive as I have, there is a tape splice during the first UJB and the five individual tracks don't match up exactly right, which is a real drag when you're immersing yourself in the beauty of this jam, and how they morph the songs into one another. So I took the liberty of playing with them, taking out about 5 seconds of audio around the splice so that it passes by without notice, and matching up the tracks into one amazing roughly 40 minute or so mp3. Download here if you'd like:
Playing>UJB>Morning Dew>UJB>Playing November 17, 1973, Pauley Pavilion, UCLA
Some great places to get started! Thanks.
New! Check Archive for 4/26/71. SBD FLAC. Eight tunes of sweetness. Jerry on pedal. Guess I'll have to throw on the Dead's sets, too.
They all sort of morph though time, and that's half the fun. But you used the word significant (significance outside of a strict statistical implementation is actually subjective and context-dependent, and I shudder when considering the implications of legions of statisticians and actuaries measuring Dead songs for Significance..."Excrement! Rip that whole section out!") so I'll assume you meant substantial instead. First, there's the glaringly obvious ones where Bob covers Pig (Lovelight, Good Lovin') and then Dancin' In the Streets (compare 60's versions with 78-on versions) and one of the biggest is Friend Of The Devil which transforms from a lively, up-tempo country ditty in the early 70's to an almost lethargic heroin dirge by the end of the decade.