Days Of Dead

Let It Grow
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A usual set-closer in its final 18 years of performances. Played as part of a greater whole for two years, then almost 20 years in an incomplete form.
day3_9q1rlf1bxf_let_it_grow.mp3
Seattle, WA, Seattle Center Coliseum
From 1977 onward, Let It Grow was primarily played as a first set closer, with a few exceptions. After 1974, they dropped the other part of the Weather Report Suite.
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A usual set-closer in its final 18 years of performances. Played as part of a greater whole for two years, then almost 20 years in an incomplete form.
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day3_9q1rlf1bxf_let_it_grow.mp3
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Let It Grow

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You can also find them at my website - if you can wait for me to put them up there :-) (I try to get to them early in the morning but sometimes I'm just not there.) The archive of 30 Days tunes from 2010 to 2018 and the daily downloads are here:
http://deadroots.net/content/30-days

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Bwahahah, see 4-8-82, I think Bobby speaks for me when he says: We're gonna take a short nap....

How 'bout, 8/21/83 at the end of Let It Grow: "We're gonna take a short break and be back in a just a few minutes so you all can sit out there and bake." I was there, and it was a sunny afternoon at The Frost.

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Sunday comes, forget about work. Ain’t no luck, I learned to listen carefully for the 30 Days challenge. Despite all my Sunday learnin'
Towards the bad, I kept on turnin'....

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not withstanding, this one was a little challenging but very enjoyable indeed. Nice to be at home enjoying such grate toonage too. Thanks to you web genies for sharing this one.

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Yes! Yes! Yes! What a wonderful version - great intricate curling Garcia riffs, a bit of Mexicali accent around the 3 min. mark and even a little touch of a jazzy ending! So grate to get this in clean sound - thank you!

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A much easier search for me today, once I could find some quiet time. Love this version and also felt those Mexicali teases.

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Wow! That was a good one!

While I certainly like this song, it could feel rather perfunctory in its later years. But this one- from an underappreciated era- really hits the mark.

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  • hornsby
    1 month 1 week ago
    good to be back in the groove

    and that was grooooov-veeey, man

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    Dschian
    1 month 1 week ago
    A great one

    Wow! That was a good one!

    While I certainly like this song, it could feel rather perfunctory in its later years. But this one- from an underappreciated era- really hits the mark.

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    Bundubush
    1 month 1 week ago
    Worked today

    A much easier search for me today, once I could find some quiet time. Love this version and also felt those Mexicali teases.