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!
I just downloaded "Dead Symphony no. 6, An Orchestral Tribute to the Music of the Grateful Dead" conducted by Lee Johnson on itunes. It's awesome!!
DP 2- fantastic dark star with some type of funk break in the body, does anyone recognize the melody?
Derek and the Dominos-Live at the Fillmore-Eric Clapton has been my patron saint ever since high school, never leave home without him.
Goofy things- OutKast, Cheap Trick, Depech Mode, just sngle songs that grabed my attention over the years...
The complete Tapers Section downloads.
I am so glad to be in a forum like this!
On the ipod in heavy, HEAVY rotation...
1) My Morning Jacket - OKONOKOS
2) Black Crowes - Bonnaroo 2006
3) Gov't Mule - With a Little Help...
4) Dead - 8/27/72 Veneta Fairegrounds
5) Ben Harper - 6/19/2003 Boston
6) NMAs - 12/27/2006 Jackson MS
That's for starters... oh... and
7) Black Sabbath THE DIO YEARS!!!!! :-)
Hundred Year Hall
and as a try: Gov't Mule
Downhill from Here & The Story of The Clash (I know, weir(d) combination
Not Fade Away!
Have a couple of shows from Buckeye lake in Ohio 94,95. Grate shows.
Ekoostik Hooka, Hookaville at Buckeye Lake 98 with Rat Dog also a grate show.
Beatles, Cream, Joe Cocker(Woodstock), CSN&Y(Woodstock),
Can't wait to check out some of the band mentioned in this thread. I love funky music.
Keep on Truckin'
I've been listening to a lot of Bruce and the Noise Makers. Their live album is amazing. Also listening to Hillstomp from Portland, Or., Sowetto Gospel Choir, old rock a billy, and lots and lots of Grateful Dead.
Get Fried Man
I am, at this moment , listening to "Joe's Garage" ,Disc II ,song 3 ,,, Does anybody Have the SOUNDBOARD recordings from ,12-31-82 ? Mahalo , Sean on the Big Island
Bob Dylan - Slow Train Coming (one of the best audiophile vinyl ever produced, digital version sounds not as good as analog did)
Bob Dylan - Budokan (nice compilation of greatest hits, from musical point of view not really a must, so it will be deleted this evening)
Dead - Go To Nassau (Great)