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Joined: Jul 17 2007
Friend of the Devil

Friend of the Devil is what I am listening to right now!!!

Gives me goose bumps everytime!!!

Can you loan me twenty bills???

Smile, smile, smile. : )

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Joined: Jul 6 2007
Funny to catch me right NOW...

I am actually listening to Melinda Doolittle from American Idol fame!


She is actually a great performer...Her version of "I've Got Rhythm" is actually quite thrilling!!! I would love to catch her on a solo tour doing songs in her own style, without the American Idol schmaltz...

She has got something truly great going...

I have been checking out a bunch of the current Ratdog tour with Steve Kimock...which has been surprisingly smoking, as I have not been a big fan of Ratdog for the past 6 or 7 years...highly recommended!!!

"Those who refuse military service are the pioneers of a warless world."
--Albert Einstein

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Joined: Jun 4 2007
How 'bout...

For novelty's sake put them in the order in which they apeared night-to-night from 4/08 to 5/26? It might cause Jerry to Bob to Pig to Jerry to Bob to Pig disalignment, but what the heck. Buena suerte.

Jazz to Dead

Blanton-Webster 7/22/40

Miles Davis "Porgy and Bess" 7/22/58

Buddy Emmons "Steel Guitar Jazz" 7/22/63

Rahsaan Roland Kirk "Volunteered Slavery" 7/22/69

Paramount Northwest 7/22/72

"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."

Joined: Jun 9 2007
Europe '72: rearranged

This being the 35th anniversary of the folkloric and historic tour, the work has been getting particular attention. It seems that the album order just doesn't make sense. With a cross fade here and there, I rearranged it and came up with this: Jack Straw, Brown-Eyed Women, Mr. Charlie, Cumberland Blues, Tennessee Jed, One More Saturday Night, It Hurts Me Too, You Win Again, China Cat Sunflower >I Know You Rider, Ramble On Rose, He's Gone, Truckin' > Epilogue > Prelude > Morning Dew > Sugar Magnolia.
Even with Sugar Magnolia at the end it still sounds like something needs to follow and bring it on home. That's when I thought of Pigpen and > Lovelight. Now that would totally rock.
Any thoughts?

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Joined: Jun 5 2007
GOGD 18th May 1972 - Munich

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Spanish Jam

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Joined: Jun 4 2007
Ben Harper & Phil Lesh

Both Sides of the Gun - Ben Harper;
Phil & Friends - Vegoose Festival 2006.

The Dude Abides!

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Joined: Jun 23 2007
NRPS still rockin'...

Man, I love the NRPS
I envy you Hal R

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Joined: Jul 21 2007
All the years combine

They melt into a dream
A broken angel sings
From a guitar

Deer Creek 7-15-89

And when you hear that song
Come CRYING like the wind . . .

When Jerry sang that CRYING, it always tore me up. Still does.
Amazing show. Amazing man. Happy Birthday, Garcia.

Hello baby, I'm gone, goodbye.

Joined: Jun 13 2007
All Over The Place!

Band - Porcupine Tree
Recording -- Stupid Dream 5.1 DTS DVD-Audio Disc
Song --- Slave Called Shiver (gives me shivers!)

Band - GD
Recording -- 12/31/84 II (FM)
Song(s) --- Sug Mag > Scarlet > Fire ... Spanish Jam (Wow!)

Band - Abecedarians
Recording -- The Other Side of the Fence
Song --- Ghosts


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Joined: Jun 23 2007
The Day They Were Busted....

Grateful Dead

The Warehouse, New Orleans


Disc 1
electric set
1. Cold Rain & Snow
2. Mama Tried
3. Stage Banter
4. Dire Wolf
5. Big Boss Man
6. Morning Dew
7. Mason's Children%
8. Me & My Uncle
9. Hard To Handle

Disc 2
acoustic set
1. Stage Banter
2. Long Black Limousine
3. Seasons Of My Heart
4. Saw Mill
5. Bound In Memories
6. The Race Is On
7. Black Peter
8. Little Sadie
9. I've Been All Around This World
10. Katie Mae
11. Cumberland Blues

pretty good 70's sbd


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