09-13-93 Spectrum Set II Playin->Dark Star-> Terrapin
Dead Live at Beacon Theatre on June 14, 1976
Cold Rain & Snow, Mama Tried, Row Jimmy, Cassidy, Brown Eyed Women, Big River, Might As Well, Lazy Lightning-> Supplication, Tennessee Jed, Playin' In The Band The Wheel, Samson & Delilah, High Time, The Music Never Stopped, Crazy Fingers-> Dancin' In The Streets-> Cosmic Charlie-> Help On The Way-> Slipknot!-> Franklin's Tower-> Around & Around, E: U.S. Blues
You're wanted by the police
and my wife thinks you're dead
John Richard's morning show. He's playing all cuts today off band's debut albums. Great show. Great radio station.
He said he was an artist but he really painted billboards
Grateful Dead Live @ Monterey Performing Arts Center June 14, 1969
Turn On Your Love Light-> Me & My Uncle-> Doin' That Rag-> He Was A Friend Of Mine, Dire Wolf, Dark Star-> Saint Stephen-> The Eleven-> Turn On Your Love Light-> Drums-> Turn On Your Love Light
Last night I was enjoying the oddly nice jersey weather with wake of the flood on vinyl, but i've had the new wilco in my car cd player for the last 4 days straight
June 14, 1968 Fimore East
Feedback-> The Eleven-> Saint Stephen, Alligator-> Turn On Your Love Light-> Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks)-> Drums-> Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks)-> Feedback
Here is the oldest show of several from Archive.org that was played on June 14th my b-day stay tuned as the day prgresses for others
5/8/77 What a great show that was! And now I'm listing to the new Dave Mason Live CD
Op. 59 String Quartets in F, E minor and C (Razumovsky)
"From day to day, just lettin' it ride,
You get so far away from how it feels inside,
You can't let go, 'cause you're afraid to fall,
But the day may come when you can't feel at all."
My latest download from Archive.org (no matter how anybody whines, there's still some really awesome shows to be found on the heap....you just got to dig, baby. I'm an odd sort of dead head. I've only been to one show in my life but since 2001 I've collected 25 Grateful Dead shows which are some of the best and highest quality recordings. (I don't waste my time with anything less than the best) There's a lot of energy in this show. It's spring 1980 and the Dead are showcasing material off of their newly released "Go to Heaven" album. My favorite tracks are space jammed into Saint of Circumstance. It is one of the many seamless jams the Dead have done throughout their 30 year run on the concert circuit. The rhythm devils mesmerize you with the jungle fever and then you feel like they've tapped into the energy of a shaman as he ascends the stairway of dreams into the etherial world of unconsciousness. And with a dramatic lead in by Jerry's guitar, the welcome mat is spread along the yellow brick road as it's so obvious where you are. "This must be Heaven....Bob Weir announces over the crowd and the upbeat drive of the melody tells you that this is a place of peace and beauty but most of all....FUN and LAUGHTER. Go to archive.org right now and download this gem. May 12, 1980. You'll be glad that you did.