I have only two artists on my MP3
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds
So here is the list.......
Van Halen- Women and Children First
Phish- Clifford Ball and Slip, Stich & Pass
NIN- Downward Spiral
Frank Zappa- Apostrophe
Phil Lesh- Various shows from 1999 (Primal P&F)
Prince- Purple Rain
Miles Davis- Big Fun
Buddy Rich and the Killer Force- No Funny Hat's
Bob Dylan- Live From Montreal
America- Greatest Hits
Rush- Live Compilation
Yes- Live Compilation
Talking Heads- Remain in Light
Guns N' Roses- Lies
Areosmith- Classics Live Vol. 1 and Toys in the Attic
Led Zeppelin- How the West was Won and BBC Sessions
Jimi Hendrix- Bold as Love
Syd Barrett- Peel Sessions
Pink Floyd- Animals and Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Acid Mothers Temple- Is This A Pencil Or A Sheep?
Gong- Acid Motherhood
The Police- Zenyatta Mondatta
The Flaming Lips- Zaireeka
Radiohead- Kid A and Pablo Honey
Slayer- Seasons in the Abyss
Metallica- And Justice for All
Rage Against the Machine- Evil Empire
Cannibal Corpse- Tomb of the Mutilated and The Bleeding
Six Feet Under- Haunted
Iron Madien- Seventh Son of a Seventh Sun
And the following Dead shows-
08-01-73 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, N.J. (Wed) Jerry Garcia's 31st birthday
1: Promised, Sugaree, Race Is On, You Ain't Woman Enough, Bird Song, Mexicali, TLEO, Jack Straw, Stella Blue, Big River, Casey Jones
2: Around, Half Step, Me & My Uncle, Row Jimmy, Dark Star> El Paso> Eyes> Morning Dew, Sugar Magnolia> GDTRFB> Saturday Night
12-31-72 Winterland Arena, San Francisco, Ca. (Sun)
1: Around, Deal, Mexicali, B. E. Women, Box Of Rain, Jack Straw, Don't Ease, BIODTL, Candyman, El Paso, Tennessee Jed, Playin 1.5: Casey Jones
2: Promised, Half Step, Big River, Sugaree, Truckin> Other One> Drums> Other One*> Morning Dew*, Sugar Magnolia, Sing Me Back Home, Johnny B. Goode
E: Uncle John, Saturday Night
*with David Crosby
05-26-72 The Strand Lyceum, London, England (Fri)
1: Promised, Sugaree, Mr. Charlie, B. T. Wind, Loser, Next Time, El Paso, Dire Wolf, Two Souls, Playin, He's Gone, Cumberland, Jack Straw, Chinatown Shuffle, China Cat> I Know You Rider, NFA> GDTRFB> NFA
2: Truckin> Other One> Drums> Other One> Morning Dew> Other One> Sing Me Back Home, Me & My Uncle, Ramble On, Sugar Magnolia, Casey Jones
E: Saturday Night
final "Chinatown Shuffle" - final "Mr. Charlie" - final "Next Time" - final "Two Souls"
05-19-74 Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Or. (Sun)
1: Half Step, Mexicali, Big RxR Blues, B. T. Wind, Scarlet, BIODTL, Tennessee Jed, Bobby McGee, Sugaree, Jack Straw, Roses, El Paso, Loose Lucy, Money Money, China Cat> I Know You Rider
2: Promised> Bertha> Greatest, Ship Of Fools, WRS Prelude> WRS Part 1> Let It Grow> Wharf Rat, Big River, Peggy-O, Truckin> Jam> Mind Left Body Jam> NFA> GDTRFB, Saturday Night
E: U. S. Blues
"Tico Tico" tuning before "Promised"
Dead to the Core
Currently in heavy rotation on my Zen:
1. Bettye Lavette-Somebody Pick Up My Pieces
2. Black Crowes-Black Coffee (live)
3. GD-New Speedway Boogie
4. Jonathan Wilson-Dreaming
5. Dead Can Dance-Cantara
I currently have 13 gigabytes of the Dead on my iPod. I have a iPod that will hold 160 gigs, and can't wait to fill it up witht the dead. However, I also have around 30 gigs of sermons on there.
Ive got a lot of stuff including:
Grateful Dead, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and I even have some Bob Dylan. Theres other stuff too. But in bits and peices, a song here, a song there. nothing major
A little bit of everything. Plenty of Dead, Phish, Panic, and Umphrey's. Some oldschool jazz and blues. Van Morrison and other 60's and 70's Brit rock. Newest Dead is the Rocking the Cradle set (loving the Stella Blue and Shakedown) and 10/31/91 (Dark Star through the second set is amazing plus I've always been a big fan of Werewolves).
"...the powerful plays goes on, and you may contribute a verse"
I've been adding files from old John Fahey LPs as well as Quicksilver Messenger Service and Slickee Boys (a new wave band from the DC area)...the latest addition is the Dead & NRPS playing at George Washington University on 10/23/70...a blockbuster concert, my second live show attended. It brings back a lot of emotions, both about the quality of the music and being 18 again!
grateful dead jerry garcia bob weir studio albums and the whole zappa catalogue
If your a fan of southern jam rock, and something more check out
They have free mp3's available for download on their myspace site.
Hey its Free its good. Have a good day.
All of my Grateful Dead music and others (e.g. RatDog) are all there on my iPod. It's nice to jam out to a 1977 or 1990 Dead show while I take the R train (NYC subway) to work every morning at 6am while I read the paper. I am sure no one else is jamming to the Dead on the train at that time of day.