Road Trips Decades
I spent a lotta downtime over Thanksgiving weekend trying to get a 'cart' together to use the 20% off discount. Yesterday I finally pulled the trigger on several standalone Europe 72 discs and a few Road Trips. This morning I get a notice that my entire order has been canceled and that the items I wanted are "unavailable." Frustrating enough, but when I went back to try to select some other items, the items that were canceled from my order are not listed as 'sold out.' What gives?
Thanks, for your 'take' in regard to my last show. Get a life.
Wow, kind of harsh for Vince and the boys, but I do know what you mean and I agree. It was like when they would pull out Push toward the end of the first set and you had to listen to Jer's personal whimsy for a few minutes and then resume with Let It Grow to end the first set, or something similar.
Battery acid in the greek yogurt? Yewww!
Just a little bit of "Samba" spoils the entire batch! Kinda like mixing in battery acid to Greek Yogurt...
TOT, As you see, the 2nd set was amazing. I had chalked up many tunes along the way, only 40'ish' shows, but never heard a live NSB. Attached, is the show download and a GR8 sound check conversation and UBC!
China Cat ->
Know You Rider
Samba in the Rain
New Speedway Boogie ->
Standing on the Moon ->
E: Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
could you please elaborate on 3/17/95 and NSB?
was St. Paddy's Day, 3/17/95. I thought it was a nice show, especially since they pulled out a rare NSB.
How about the VERY underrated back to back shows from MSG 3/9 and 3/10/81?
I also am less enthusiastic about the 90's material, unfortunately, even though I attended most of those 90's shows at MSG, but PLEASE ! take another listen to these two shows from 81. The entire second set of 3/10 is tremendous... including the encores.
The Smokestack tease sent an electrical shock through the crowd that night that made everyone look at eachother for like three long seconds like NOOOO!!!
The Amp surge in the opening Half-Step is shortlived and got a great crowd reprieve afterwards anyway, thus should not get lost from consideration for that one hicup.
For the record, 90+% of my collection is 66-79 so, obviously I'm not a huge post-Keith fan, but this run in 81 was stellar.
Just my .02 ...
Philzoner - At your recommendation, I just tried listening to 5/26/95. So what if it's the best of '95? With all due respect, it still stinks. Badly.
05-26-95 Seattle Center Memorial Coliseum, Seattle, Wa. (Fri)
1: Help> Slipknot> Franklin's, Same Thing, Loose Lucy, Eternity@> Don't Ease
2: Scarlet> Fire> Playin> Uncle John> Drumz> Jam> Easy Answers> Stella Blue> Good Lovin E: Liberty
That was the hottest show of '95.... IMO...... except for the Easy Answers outta Space...... Dark Star would have made it complete