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I review cds for

I review cds for musesmuse.com, an indie singer/songwriter site, and I've just started downloading highlights from some of those discs: a great band from Duluth called Teague Alexy with the Feelin Band and a one-man band named Tim Hirons. I'll keep you posted, as these are artists who need to be heard.
As far as GD, I've got a monster Scarlet>Fire from 3/88, a nice, revved up Jack Straw>Franklin's from 80, highlights from Without a Net (1/2 Step, Eyes, Help>Slip>Frank), Brent's Gentlemen Start Your Engines, Fallout from Phil Zone, highlights from Postcards of the Hanging (Ballad of a Thin Man!).
Cool stuff: Willie Nelson's reggae tunes, Kung Fu Fighting, Desmond Dekker's reggae classic Israelites, Manhattans' version of "Shining Star," Jayhawks 2nd disc Tomorrow the Green Grass ...

"Got a few wrinkles but that's OK, hang out in the breeze and they'll blow away"

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Cow Palace 12.31.76

Just got this.
Real into it.
Very interesting.
Powerful with some far frikin out jams; Playin and Slipknot (well Slipknot, Spanish jam tease) are as weird as I have ever heard them.
Scarlet is awesome.

Cheers!
JG
“The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!” - unknown

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I also enjoy Sky Blue Sky,

I also enjoy Sky Blue Sky, its a great album. I've been listening to 72-72 for the most part, as those are my favorite two years.
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"I like too many things and get all confused and hung-up running from one falling star to another till I drop. This is the night, what it does to you. I had nothing to offer anybody except my own confusion."
-Jack Kerouac

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I also enjoy Sky Blue Sky,

I also enjoy Sky Blue Sky, its a great album. I've been listening to 72-72 for the most part, as those are my favorite two years.

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1-The complete works of

1-The complete works of Radiohead( I think the most talented and innovative band to come out in a long while), If you haven't listened to Radiohead, give it a listen, real talent here.
2- 2 or 3 of the Miles Davis- John Coltrane albums
3- Everything from the Taper's Section
4- Il Traviata
5- Richmond Va. 11/1/85 ( one of the best shows I saw)
6-Alpine Valley 1989, first Night

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Grateful Dead - 7-3-1978. Looks Like Rain is playing atm

Let us rest at ease and if
you die before we do
leave us words of love and peace
to stand instead of you
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Love comes first

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Phil and Friends - Mt.Jam

Phil and Friends - Mt.Jam 6/3/2007 sweeeeet

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>>>trance<<<

ambient/trance space music.

(play it thru winamp on yer computer)
here:

The Drone Zone
http://64.236.34.97:80/stream/1032

(just go to "Play", and then "URL", and paste this web address in to the dialog box...)

===

even though now, i work at home... and the only co-worker i have is my 2-yr old grandson...
yet, when i worked in a conventional "office" a few years ago, people would walk by and ask, "what is it that you're listening to...?"

i've always been a HUGE fan of the dead's "space" segments... so, this e-radio broadcast site is KILLER (for me anyways).

tune it in... space out.

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Now Playing

Ladies and Gentlemen The Grateful Dead

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today?

John Butler Trio
Warren Zevon

and..

89-27-05

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