The big release of '90's shows inspired me to dust off Dozin. I've had if for a long time but never got that into it. It never ceases to amaze me how I can listen to a dead show many times and not find it very interesting and then all of sudden, the mood is right or something, and it will blow me away. They certainly were hot in the fall of '90 if the music captured on Dozin' is any indication. I also pulled out my copy of Without a Net, which was released in '90. Anybody know when that material was recorded???
dis the 5/08/77 - one fine, fine show. I love the Music from 5/07 - compay, that was a great weekend! DL 'em!
Have a very good day y'all.
You are so very loved- too, -xo!
I've never seen the Who, just got tix to see them in November performing Quadrophenia.
The "deluxe" part is Pete Townshend's demos of the songs on the album. His demos sound better than a lot of bands' final products...
Been driving around listening to the Bonzo Dog Doodah Band this weekend
This band supported the Grateful Dead at the Boston Tea Party in 1969! What a wild show that must have been.
Or could they have picked better versions of a lot of the songs on Reckoning? I have a bunch of stuff from that Warfield run and Jerry's voice sound much better on the unofficial stuff. Also I hate how loud they mixed the crowd on that album.
got that in my car stereo
just finished DPv34 sitting here at my desk