i've been entering the contest nearly every night, but couldn't bring myself to reading the comments & contributing as usual...
Ace, we are all with you. wishing you peace, brother.
and altho it's with heavy heart, yer boy ace is back!
Just has that familiar sound...
prayers go out to u ace we are their with you in spirit.
sorry for your loss. anything i can do to help you don’t hesitate to ask.
am very happy 2 c your name in d comments.
710qman is always available on google if you need to send a message.
Heading into 2nd half already, wow. I was 12 for 15 on the front half. I'm counting the two venue hiccups. The other three I could not enter, work gets in the way of everything (well not always). See you at the finish line, guys and mamas.
Just up that way to see Bobby and the Wolf Brothers in September. Congrats Ace, sorry to hear of the loss, peace….
As I listened early today it was very clear to me the exact year with-in moments of play. Hearing a song played for the second time by the band was Grateful. This is the year they threw a few first in along with some only time played and after all last time played songs!!! Grateful year attending 13 awesome shows!
Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you! We WELCOME YOU BACK!
a popular place to hang out i see !
I remember the fun we had at this one
I was super stoked to see the UVM show yesterday! I was just there on Sunday, and whenever I’m there I wonder what it was like to see the hood ol’ Grateful Dead. What a fun tour that must have been NH(opener)>VT >NY! May ‘78 is the goods! The band is in prime form w Bobby calling the shots, sweet sweet Sugaree to open, amazing Terrapin>Playin’ a Sunrise in there as well. VT has to be up there on “least played states” chart. 2 at UVM, 2 up in HIGHgate, with an almost in Middlebury. I was fortunate to be at the 94/95 shows, very special to me…to say the least, if I told you all that went down it would burn off both your ears!
That's a hell of a show right there...
Definitely not my favorite era of Dead, but still gratefully appreciated.
You might need to try this one two times maybe more.
I will get out of your way, since this is the first day in a week when I can literally say Here Comes Sunshine. Been more Looks Like Rain where we are at.
Does it really matter which one we pick? They're both correct in their own ways.
Other songs from this string of shows have appeared in prior 30 Days of Dead, so I'm going with that.
Asking you nice now, keep the mother rolling, one more time. All day folks!
Not a fan of shows from this decade in general (after the first year or so of the decade that is) but this performance is...shall we say...not great? The vocals are terrible. Give me a 70's version any day.
Not sure about you all, and 99.9% sure I have the correct answer, but I only saw one option for this venue in the drop down list.
The same venue shows up under the name of the nearest metropolitan city too. I'm just gonna run for the roses though.
that is cause you are looking horizontally and not vertically
I was gonna give a hint but I can’t think of any good ones. I’m just not clever enough
when the verses escape you? Play some amazing guitar solos of course! The more I listen the more I like it.
And on another topic:
To Ace: Blessings and healing to you during your time of loss. May the Sunshine work it's healing magic to all those affected.
Not my favorite era, but ................ Prayers are with you Ace!
Hopefully I don't get banned from Deadnet for this comment but as much as I love "Here Comes Sunshine", I could have done without them revisiting it in the 90s.
I pretty much stopped seeing them when Brent passed and its songs like this that reenforce why that was a good idea This is just not good
I was actually at this show. It seems like the ones you think are going to be easy end up being the tougher ones. I have go lie down now.
Got lucky where i started and found it on the first try!
I do understand the critiques of this era, and why it might not be everyone's "fave." But I enjoy it, warts and all, because these are the years where I was able to see them (saw my first show in '92 at age 15). There are plenty of real gems to be found in these years too, and I appreciate Dave for highlighting some. (I absolutely love the 6th song in the 1st set of today's show, think it's the best version of it!)
I wish SXM would play more from the '90s.
The vibe was so familiar, as well as the mix. Found it on the first version I checked.
MAYBE MORE-- this one show--- specifically I am proud of my husband for his presence as well as taping of this show and am so lucky to have an original AUD/PRO/DVD that I can share with him. He was good at what he did- ASU did well for him- but this show was epic in more ways than I can speak on music.
such a great album. been enjoying the good ol' Grateful Deadcasts on this topic, and this song.
had no idea where to start, so it took me a while but we finally found the sunshine today. Indian Summer weather here in the Lake Michigan region.
this is one heady show! Jah bless the tapers, bless Lemieux, and bless you too.
I love it all
Believe it if you need it, if you don't just pass it on
Jerry's guitar - i got to hear JRAD do tune #6 this past August in memoriam.
Wish Dave would do 365 days of dead!!! So much fun!!!
Doesn't reset at midnight EST, but I like to think it does. Got it with seconds to spare! Cool to see a UVM show come up yesterday, headed home that way for Thanksgiving next week
Thank You Kindly Jerome for that small lyrical flub, otherwise I wouldn't have found it!
Irony is it's over my favorite line about shoes and the floor.
Listening to this just brings mixed feelings for me, including a lot of sadness at Jerry's manifest deterioration. He sounds like he's really struggling here, and the band struggles with him. (Those chirping keyboards sound like something you'd hear at a Rotary Club wedding.) I guess it's important to remember those times as well as the better ones, but musically, this isn't one I'll need to listen to again.