Just like your favorite jam, things are going to get a bit funky on Dead.net over the next week or so. Community accounts will be temporarily closed October 16th-17th and may be under further maintenance through October 22nd. But rest assured, we will be back up and better than ever shortly thereafter. Stay tuned!
Phil and Friends 99 run at the Warfield with Trey and Paige...I somehow missed this one (birth of first child, perhaps???) Anyway, LOVING IT!!
I just got it(I know, I know, I'm behind the times)and have begun to transfer all the discs that I can onto it. The pod takes a back seat to other things going on and if I weren't here typing, I could be downloading ( -;
AC/DC-trying to get everything I can from these guys, always a 2nd favorite.
The Doors-Jim and crew have been a staple for years
DuckButter-A Steamboat Springs local band that ROCKS!!
Of course the Grateful Dead: I own all of their studio stuff including Dick's Picks up to #36
Metallica-Love the earlier stuff and the S&M CD, different.
Scorpions-Still lovin' you.....guys from the 80's
Moe.-One of the premier jam bands out there today. Fillmore stuff is awesome(4/1-2/05)
Pink Floyd-If you listen to music at all, Floyd should be somewhere in your collection.
Widespread Panic-What can I say....I love this band. Just got home a few days ago from the Red Rocks shows and they BLEW ME AWAY. The best jam band out there today.
Importing has been slow(P.O.S. computer does not help)but I will eventually get all of it on there. Any ideas on how to import cassettes? I have a ton of them and short of burning them onto discs and then importing them(consuming)I am at a loss.
We........are the eyes of the world!!
1) Sabotage - Beastie Boys Live on SNL
2) White Light/White Heat - Bowie at the BBC
3) That's The Way - Paul Brill Harpooner
4) This Can't Be Love - Ben Webster & Oscar Peterson
5) Suite No. 2 in B Minor - J.S. Bach Orchestral Suites 1-4
6) Poisioned Rose - Elvis Costello King Of America
7) White Riot - The Clash The Clash
8) Cassidy - DP 29
9) Impossible Germany - Wilco Sky Blue Sky
10 I Was Made To Love Her - Stevie Wonder
Musicless at the moment.
But I have a whole slew of X Minus One old time radio shows. A bunch of them were written by Ray Bradbury.
Way corny stuff but a total trip.
Grayfolded (If you have not heard this album, it's unreal)
Buddy Rich- No Funny Hats
Slayer-Haunting the Chapel
Every Van Halen album with David Lee Roth (One of my favs!!!)
Dead to the Core
Just got an IPOD for Father's Day and uploaded the Olympic Theater shows from 5/3 and 5/4/72. Enjoying them thoroughly!!! now, if I could only get out of the office.......
Green surrounds me while I sit on the porch and watch all the people and cars roll by. Missoula MT ain't such a bad place after all!
yipes, zoomabooma! hope you're healing nicely.
i had to walk alllllll the way to the other room for this, and with a broken leg, mind you...
...talk about weird selections!! Actually not weird to me... I'm always with my Dead (or immediately related, as you can see) but what else I listen to could be almost anything under the sun!
On my mp3 player today i've got:
- My Chemical Romance -- I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love
- Lynn Anderson -- 16 Biggest Hits
- Claire Lynch -- Friends for a Lifetime
- French in Ten Minutes a Day -- disc 3
- a couple of sermons
- Old & In The Way -- 7/24/73 Homer's Warehouse, Palo Alto
- The Other Ones -- 7/19/98 Fiddler's Green Amphitheater, Englewood, Colorado
I'm listening to CD "Grateful Dead - Rare Cuts & Oddities 1966"
>>>>Standing on the Corner<<<<<< is what came up!! I always have a G.D. CD on my player - random mode!!!
Those were the days..........!!!