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"New Minglewood Blues," "Peggy-O"
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A couple of traditional songs the Dead made their own, one from 1966 onward and the other from 1973 to 1995
day15_lflgngueikacmlr_new_minglewood.mp3
Burlington, VT, Patrick Gymnasium - University of Vermont
"New Minglewood Blues" appeared on three of the Grateful Dead's first 20 albums, with three different names: "New, New Minglewood Blues," "All New Minglewood Blues," and "New Minglewood Blues." "Peggy-O" was never released on a Grateful Dead album, although it was played live hundreds of times
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  • nayr497
    7 months 3 weeks ago
    that date!

    5-6-78...fun day to see a show at U of VT!

  • TheeAmazingAce333
    7 months 4 weeks ago
    there are no hints... p.2

    i'll spare y'all the heartbreaking details, but a few months ago i lost one of my super small inner circle girls back home... someone i saw dozens of shows with bitd & one of the few people i would text during this month every year, specifically about the music here...

  • The Fool
    7 months 4 weeks ago
    @Thee

    Very sorry to hear that Thee, but it is a permanent tribute to both you and your friend who has passed that you both discovered this music and sustained your mutual joy for decades.

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Hint
A couple of traditional songs the Dead made their own, one from 1966 onward and the other from 1973 to 1995
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day15_lflgngueikacmlr_new_minglewood.mp3
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"New Minglewood Blues," "Peggy-O"

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nice one ace!!

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so many different ways they lead into minglewood. found a few i'm going back to listen to more. was getting discouraged due to the direction of my search but once you have it you know it. cause that's the one.
edit that --cause ha!, that was not the one. good thing i gave a closer listen before guessing. close one. now we got it . now i can go back and listen to those intriguing other minglewoods.

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HAH is right! I did the exact same thing. Knew it was the one. But now I’m calling it the other one! ;)
Even the vocal inflections…SO close. But then two little guitar notes literally made me say Waaaaait-uhhhh-minute! Glad I listened further. Yep, once you have it, you know it.

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if she heard those 30 Days?
Peggy-O tears me up every time, especially when they play it with such emotion and drama, like here.
Minglewood is the battle cry for several wooks I've known over the years lol

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I love the crystal clear sound on this. The tape I use to have of this show was terrible.

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Sounds like Spring '77.
Great sound and the band was really tight.

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Great sound on this recording. What's better than a killer Peggy-o in the morning?! Love starting my day by playing 30 DOD. Half way there now. Cheers all!!

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Well, well I say damn it or is that it? No, I didn't attend this show but many years later found myself at this same venue. What I thought was very cool is a view close by... similar in name to a venue played during this same year in another part of the United States. You'll float by this if not paying attention... Damn It?

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Synced it up with the show after and just knew I was one away. Girlfriend really wants to move to this state.

Sitting here in NYC. Saw living legend Bob Dylan last night and will again tonight. Good show. Bob was playful. Got the set-in-stone set list without the mystery song insert, maybe tonight.

Mystery song inserts have included Stella Blue, Brokedown Palace, Truckin’, Not FadeAway, Dance Me To The End Of Love (song by Leonard Cohen), South of Cincinnati (song by Dwight Yoakum), and Footlights (song by Merle Haggard.)

Also in St. Louis, Missouri, where Chuck Berry is from, he opened with Johnny B Goode and closed with Nadine. In Chicago, a home of the blues, he opened with Born in Chicago the first two nights and closed night one with Forty Days and Forty Nights, night two with Killing Floor.

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How can it get any better (other than stumbling into the right show quickly this morning)? Nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile...and go to work.

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I gave up listening to shows from the 80's in the 80's!

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one of the best for sure, right up there w/ Englishtown...

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congrats to ACE
cool beans

Help Please: Need to download 30 days from 2010, 2011, 2012, preferably simple mp3. I see everything from white gum and can probably do it 1 song at a time from archive but am already hitting archive stream only.
How can i download the 3 years i need? any help b much appreciated, tanx.

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Search up grateful seconds on the gooooogle. That's where I found it, though I haven't attempted the download so can't vouch for it's accuracy.

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I did a search earlier in the week and found a site with all years and the downloads. I didn't save it and to download one needs to create a login or join. All pretty vague but if you do a google search you'll find the site. Found another that just includes the full month setlist for each year starting in 2010. deaddisc

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I could tell what decade it was and Bobby the Bear helped nail it down.

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of all time was for this show from a different song than those presented today, and it was from a previous 30 DoD. I don't remember who wrote the hint, so raise your hand to claim it, but I remember "Asian Girl Band" as being the hint.

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Now that I've actually listened to the Peggy-O, that is one helluva Peggy-O! That song really gets me.

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Someone used a similiar hint when this date was used prior to today , I wracked my brain and could not find at that time until the answer was provided the next day . Hint :They were in Kill Bill

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Hey all! So, I genuinely wonder why Dave sends repeats during 30 DoD. My comment here is absolutely NOT to complain or start a complaint thread. In fact, I wish I could just ask Dave this question directly because clearly there are reasons…e.g., perhaps plans to market material in the future(?), or??.

I am 100% grateful for each & every note that’s sent from the vault! And this game and gathering of 30 DoD-heads every year is a real gift for me, which I hope continues. Long may it run! But I’ve long wondered why repeats are sent when there are SOOOO many other songs/performances in the vault. Honestly, I’m puzzled.

One silver lining could be that for folks who haven’t been here with 30 DoD from the beginning (2010), they get those recordings now. But other than that, why?

FYI, this year, 5 of the 15 days (1/3 of the days) have had repeats from previous 30 DoDs. They are days 1, 3, 4, 8 & 14.

Any ideas from you all?

Repeats I can’t help
But not always easy to pick song cause copyright
Which is hardest for pig covers, or guests that nite, or show billing or a lotta o lotto o latte different maneuvers to we’ve it all thru.
We just think all are dead songs, thank god so many really are. PEACE

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Not the lyric, but my sentiments regarding today's selection.

Quick and easy. Though I will admit that on first listen I thought it sounded like a show from the year prior to the one it actually is/was.

Repeats don't bother me. Unless I was being forced to pay for it and listen to it against my will, which I hope is not the case for anyone.

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This one was a little to hard for me today.
Finally found the combo, and a grateful find it was.
Well you know it's true, we are 1/2 way through.
It's time I shake it on down the line...

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This one is special, I was just in that room on Sunday! Will get into more tomorrow…

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Off to see Bob Dylan, again. Hoping for a Stella Blue mystery song insert but will probably be just the set-in-stone set list. If you missed earlier post…

Mystery song inserts have included Stella Blue, Brokedown Palace, Truckin’, Not FadeAway, Dance Me To The End Of Love (song by Leonard Cohen), South of Cincinnati (song by Dwight Yoakum), and Footlights (song by Merle Haggard.)

Also in St. Louis, Missouri, where Chuck Berry is from, he opened with Johnny B Goode and closed with Nadine. In Chicago, a home of the blues, he opened with Born in Chicago the first two nights and closed night one with Forty Days and Forty Nights, night two with Killing Floor.

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... if not outright underhanded dirty pool, to confound the tactics I've come to rely on to find potential matches and test them.
But I still got it.

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i'll spare y'all the heartbreaking details, but a few months ago i lost one of my super small inner circle girls back home... someone i saw dozens of shows with bitd & one of the few people i would text during this month every year, specifically about the music here...

Very sorry to hear that Thee, but it is a permanent tribute to both you and your friend who has passed that you both discovered this music and sustained your mutual joy for decades.

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5-6-78...fun day to see a show at U of VT!

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