- May 23, 2020 - 2:25amben farkashJoined:May 23, 2020I think this is the first…
I think this is the first time I ever posted to a message board anywhere about anything; the first time is always unique. This is a real shot-in-the-dark, but does anyone know where I might find a digital or physical copy of The Dead from Bonnaroo 2004? Been looking everywhere for that one. Mahaloz!
- May 21, 2020 - 9:51amDennisJoined:November 1, 2012The Andy Williams Show
This album has continuous music, each song connected by a musical bridge. Andy Williams doing "into's"!!!! AND he could rock a fuckin' sweater!
Make It With You On Now!
- April 21, 2020 - 10:38amgr8fulgal77Joined:April 18, 2020Wharf Rat live at Fillmore…
Wharf Rat live at Fillmore East April 26, 1971
- April 5, 2020 - 9:55pmVguy72Joined:June 29, 2007The band taking Cold Rain & Snow for walk....
....ended up taking it for a sprint. Reverb working well on this one.
- April 5, 2020 - 9:51pmMr. OnesJoined:July 25, 2017Discs 2 & 3
Both 2nd sets are red hot. The Dane County set starts with an Estimated/Eyes. Not withstanding a very sloppy transition, this combo is played well, and with great energy.
Now what can you say about a Playing/Wheel/Playing sandwich. Delicious!!
I love how Playing starts falling apart around 17:39, but slowly & gently, comes back to life.
Keith sounds fantastic throughout all 3 discs, but shines particularly on this 2nd set.
The Uni-Dome 2nd set begins with a very strong Samson, but it’s the Scarlet/Fire that really shines. Beautiful transition, and no vocals on Fire until about 5:10. This is one of those legendary 30 minute Scarlet/Fires.
Truckin’ starts a little slow, but has a top shelf jam into the Drums section. The Other One is next, and Bobby really shines here. Then into Wharf Rat(fantastic solo transition from Jerry here), Jerry’s vocals on this are strong and heartfelt. What could follow but a very tidy transition into Around & Around?? Great stuff!!
So hard to pick a fave 2nd set here, but if I had to, I’d go with the Dane County(by a nose).
But really, what hits home to me, and I obviously haven’t played this for years, is that for a guy who used to only like ‘68-‘72 stuff, graduated up to ‘73-‘74, and finally to ‘76-‘77, this is real red hot stuff. The 30 Trips box helped, and then going back and buying all of the DP’s & Road Trips that I had passed on the first time around.
Great suggestion Bolo, or should I say Dave??
Conclusion?? This Dead fan can love a show from any year, as long as it’s HOT!! Keep ‘em coming!!
- April 5, 2020 - 9:39pmVguy72Joined:June 29, 2007Just started it....
....we need some sort of sundial app to get us all together.
Fashionably late as usual.