Songs that get you through the day-to-day...
A few new albums are getting my attention recently. I really enjoy the funky songs and fun lyrics to ALO's new album "Roses & Clover." I really like the album, "Try" is my favorite song so far. Also, Wilco's new "Sky Blue Sky" is a stripped down almost Dylan-esque effort by this very talented band. Awesome lyrics and melodies that just get better and better with each listen. I also recently fell back in love with Aoxomoxoa, lots of good ones on there.
It's not into the ipod yet, but I just downloaded 9.12.73, College of William & Mary. That's where I met my wife, and the show was played 25 years to the day before our wedding day. Oh, the bliss.Also just grabbed a nice performance by John Hartford at Telluride Bluegrass in the mid-'80s. I've taken a few shots at Wilco and just can't seem to dig it. Maybe one more try.
Oooh, John Hartford. I only saw him a couple times at multi-decade intervals, but wotta guy. This reminds me that I have to load onto the iPod that John Hartford Tribute show with most of the O Brother crew at which Hartford himself comes on at the end and says, "I know why you're doing all this. You think I'm gonna CROAK!" The only Wilco tune that has really grabbed me is "California Stars," which I am forever trying to get my friends' band to do. Of course, it's not typical Wilco, being Woody Guthrie's words set to music and Billy Bragg in the mix somewhere, but man, I love that song. Usually play it about four times in a row before moving on to something else. Latest Dead show on my iPod is Veneta 8-28-82, which may not rank with the great shows of all time but was a really transcendent mix of the perfect band, the perfect setting, the perfect crowd, the perfect vibe. Also it saw the return of Dupree's after a long hiatus, and was the debut of "Day Job." Which I was very proud of myself for recognizing because Hunter had done it at the 10-9-81 show in SF, which seared my brain and changed my life forever. If I could have one show again it might well be that one.
John Hartford moved into the house next door to me when he moved out to California in 1968. He was a very talented guy. As to what's new on the IPod: some music from a couple of groups that I got turned onto at SpringFest this year, Crooked Still and Ollabelle. And the most recent GD is the great 1976 New Year's show at the Cow Palace, my first and still favorite New Years show.
new on my ipod recently: Bonerama's new CD - they're a brass band from New Orleans who are so wonderfully funky, 4 'bones, a sousaphone, guitar and drums. Sounds weird but oh so work. check out http://www.bonerama.net (heh. don't go to the .com unless you're interested in, um, another sort of bone). Roger Waters from MSG 5/30/07 latest GD on there would be 4/6/82 Spectrum. one of my all time ever attended faves.
Put the new ABB archival on my I-pod - 8/17/71 Boston Common, great playing from Duane and Dickey, well-worth having
Currently up in the rotation is Phil and Friends at the Riv in Chicago, 10-21-00, Just a Little Light. Latest thing to knock me out is The Great 1955 Shrine Concert with some pretty amazing live gospel music. "I tremble for my nation when I reflect that God is just, and that His justice cannot sleep forever." Thomas Jefferson
(not mp3's...) ozark mountain daredevils - "it'll shine when it shines" yes - "going for gothenberg" 11/12/77 gothenberg swed lynyrd skynyrd - 7/3/76 winterland traffic - 4/30/70 paris theatre, london uk
11/6/79 9/10/91 a brent mix every gd studio album every beatles album every pink floyd album luther wright & the wrongs - rebuild the wall _______________ My feeble, get-rich-quick attempts: http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQfgtpZ1QQfrppZ25QQfsooZ1QQfsopZ1QQsassZearth… http://www.pocononature.com http://attorney.dui.dwi.lawyer.googlepages.com/
mindbender: freaky! I'm listening to 9/10/91 right now. I'm just a, well...porpoise.
I've been all about Jerry Garcia 5/5/82 Oregon State Prison lately, especially Ruben and Cherise. I've also been listening to Greg Brown's The Live One a lot. "Canned Goods" is epic folk poetry at it's best. My Morning Jacket's set at Bonnaroo 2004 gets a play on a weekly basis. "Phone Went West" and "Steam Curtain" are crazy good. I remember the storm coming in as the band began Steam. Completely insane. Yo Soy Boricua!
I like to put albums on my Mp3 player so here is this weeks...... Dick's Picks-4,5,6,8 Slayer-Seasons in the Abyss Frank Zappa-Apostrophe NIN-The Downward Spiral Radiohead-Kid A Primus-Frizzle Fry The Residents-Duck Stab The Stooges-Unreleased No Fun The Flaming Lips-At War with the Mystics
one of the 'albums' on my ipod is a collection of about 1,000 dead songs from about 50-60 various different concerts from various genres. I keep that on shuffle and get to hear new shows all the time....
All sorts of things from Allman Brothers to the Who all of the tapers section up until this weeks, i haven't downloaded yet Spanish Jam
Through the day-to-day today included a set of Beethoven. When I drive off I'll have the last part of 5/16/72 jamming w/ 5/18/72 at the ready. Tonight will feature Blanton-Webster, Gerry Mulligan, Miles, Davis/Griffin, Bill Evans, & Brother Jack McDuff. The jazz jam session probably will be abridged because my youngest has a softball game and she, no doubt, will go four for four with a stellar defensive play to save the game ... Hasta luego.
John Butler TrioWarren Zevon and.. 89-27-05
Ladies and Gentlemen The Grateful Dead
ambient/trance space music. (play it thru winamp on yer computer) here: The Drone Zone http://18.104.22.168:80/stream/1032 (just go to "Play", and then "URL", and paste this web address in to the dialog box...) === even though now, i work at home... and the only co-worker i have is my 2-yr old grandson... yet, when i worked in a conventional "office" a few years ago, people would walk by and ask, "what is it that you're listening to...?" i've always been a HUGE fan of the dead's "space" segments... so, this e-radio broadcast site is KILLER (for me anyways). tune it in... space out.
Phil and Friends - Mt.Jam 6/3/2007 sweeeeet
Grateful Dead - 7-3-1978. Looks Like Rain is playing atm Let us rest at ease and if you die before we do leave us words of love and peace to stand instead of you _________________________ Love comes first
1-The complete works of Radiohead( I think the most talented and innovative band to come out in a long while), If you haven't listened to Radiohead, give it a listen, real talent here.2- 2 or 3 of the Miles Davis- John Coltrane albums 3- Everything from the Taper's Section 4- Il Traviata 5- Richmond Va. 11/1/85 ( one of the best shows I saw) 6-Alpine Valley 1989, first Night
I also enjoy Sky Blue Sky, its a great album. I've been listening to 72-72 for the most part, as those are my favorite two years.
I also enjoy Sky Blue Sky, its a great album. I've been listening to 72-72 for the most part, as those are my favorite two years.________________________________________________ "I like too many things and get all confused and hung-up running from one falling star to another till I drop. This is the night, what it does to you. I had nothing to offer anybody except my own confusion." -Jack Kerouac
Just got this.Real into it. Very interesting. Powerful with some far frikin out jams; Playin and Slipknot (well Slipknot, Spanish jam tease) are as weird as I have ever heard them. Scarlet is awesome. Cheers! JG “The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!” - unknown
I review cds for musesmuse.com, an indie singer/songwriter site, and I've just started downloading highlights from some of those discs: a great band from Duluth called Teague Alexy with the Feelin Band and a one-man band named Tim Hirons. I'll keep you posted, as these are artists who need to be heard.As far as GD, I've got a monster Scarlet>Fire from 3/88, a nice, revved up Jack Straw>Franklin's from 80, highlights from Without a Net (1/2 Step, Eyes, Help>Slip>Frank), Brent's Gentlemen Start Your Engines, Fallout from Phil Zone, highlights from Postcards of the Hanging (Ballad of a Thin Man!). Cool stuff: Willie Nelson's reggae tunes, Kung Fu Fighting, Desmond Dekker's reggae classic Israelites, Manhattans' version of "Shining Star," Jayhawks 2nd disc Tomorrow the Green Grass ... "Got a few wrinkles but that's OK, hang out in the breeze and they'll blow away"
I made a large trade for a bunch of tapes a while back. This guy threw in a bunch of old Grateful Dead Hour recordings that he made. They had been collecting dust in my bedroom until I started going threw them to see what was there. Just listened to a cool interview with Ken Nordine. He and Dave Gans were reminiscing about covering the New Years show, 1990. Seemed like a wild time! Bungie jumpers from the ceiling!?I've also been listening to an audience copy of the Jerry tribute show from the Gathering of the Vibes 2005. David gans was also on the bill that night, along with Dark Star, David Nelson, Peter Rowan, Donna Jean, and tons more. It was a great weekend! anybody else happen to be there? "The bottle was dusty but the liquor was clean."
well one song that gets me through the day is ripple by well the grateful dead also some dispatch songs like the general and even.
No MP3s Never!. Over my rotting corpse.Anywho, I have: GD Boston Garden 93 (all six) SPAC 84 Richmond 85 Vancouver 73 Matrix 68 (Mickey & the Hartbeats) Five Police shows (from Dime, my new favorite site) TOO 98 - Furtherfest and 2 others(from Jeromesplace, my ex-favorite site) The Waybacks - From the Pasture to the Future and MA 05.07.07(etree) (thanks to Weir for turning me on to them - what a fantastic band: newgrass, astounding musicians all, check out Petrified Man) 2 Stones shows (Dime) 2 Talking Heads shows (Dime) ...and assorted oddities Dime a Dozen, folks: gooood stuff. Wierd stuff too
right now listening to gd_78-01-22, magnificent segue_ terrapin > drums > the other one > close encounters > saint stephen > not fade away > around & around besides grateful dead(+) i listen to abb, gov´t mule, johnny winter, rory gallagher, hendrix, qms, etc rock on (~):-)
Dead, Dead and More Dead.Specifically: 9/2/80 (AUD) - Community War Memorial Auditorium 3/15/90 (AUD) - Capital Centre 9/10/90 (AUD) - The Spectrum Dicks Picks 4 Dicks Picks 8 Dicks Picks 13 Reckoning A bunch of stuff from the Tapers Section (love that, download stuff to the DeadPod from there weekly!
bobby A- wav files- yes. but, have you ever got into the lossless shn/flac thang? they're not compressed like mp3... and most serious traders/collectors ONLY want these. ?
Been digging the Ween Live @ Stubbs cd's lately... _______________ insert obligatory signature here
DP14Europe 72 Live at the Cow Palace The Closing of Winterland The Essential Leonard Cohen As Time Goes By: The Best of Little Feat
I store all my stuff in Flac, but of course my iPod doesn't read Flac, so I have to decompress everything to wav. ...Unless ipods do read Flac, i which case i have been wasting a LOT of time... someone let me know, please; i'm nervous now
you can all visit it at myspace.com/sirx1970 - the music player starts with johnny/june cash. take care!
...obscure Orb Bootleg live ...the track is VALLEY its the DRUG in DRUG MUSIC.............MAY THE 4 WINDS BLOW YOU SAFELY HOME.......tony
Hi All! I just got my firstIpod a couple weeks ago. Really love it! So far I've got GD 12/26/81 4/30/77 9/11/73 GD Movie 10/20/67 Live/Dead And Winwood/Clapton 5/19/07
Bob Dylan - Slow Train Coming (one of the best audiophile vinyl ever produced, digital version sounds not as good as analog did)Bob Dylan - Budokan (nice compilation of greatest hits, from musical point of view not really a must, so it will be deleted this evening) Dead - Go To Nassau (Great)
I am, at this moment , listening to "Joe's Garage" ,Disc II ,song 3 ,,, Does anybody Have the SOUNDBOARD recordings from ,12-31-82 ? Mahalo , Sean on the Big Island
I've been listening to a lot of Bruce and the Noise Makers. Their live album is amazing. Also listening to Hillstomp from Portland, Or., Sowetto Gospel Choir, old rock a billy, and lots and lots of Grateful Dead. Get Fried Man
Have a couple of shows from Buckeye lake in Ohio 94,95. Grate shows. Ekoostik Hooka, Hookaville at Buckeye Lake 98 with Rat Dog also a grate show. Beatles, Cream, Joe Cocker(Woodstock), CSN&Y(Woodstock), Can't wait to check out some of the band mentioned in this thread. I love funky music. Keep on Truckin'
Downhill from Here & The Story of The Clash (I know, weir(d) combinationNot Fade Away!
DP20Hundred Year Hall and as a try: Gov't Mule
I am so glad to be in a forum like this! On the ipod in heavy, HEAVY rotation... 1) My Morning Jacket - OKONOKOS 2) Black Crowes - Bonnaroo 2006 3) Gov't Mule - With a Little Help... 4) Dead - 8/27/72 Veneta Fairegrounds 5) Ben Harper - 6/19/2003 Boston 6) NMAs - 12/27/2006 Jackson MS That's for starters... oh... and 7) Black Sabbath THE DIO YEARS!!!!! :-)
The complete Tapers Section downloads.
DP 2- fantastic dark star with some type of funk break in the body, does anyone recognize the melody? Derek and the Dominos-Live at the Fillmore-Eric Clapton has been my patron saint ever since high school, never leave home without him. Goofy things- OutKast, Cheap Trick, Depech Mode, just sngle songs that grabed my attention over the years...
I just downloaded "Dead Symphony no. 6, An Orchestral Tribute to the Music of the Grateful Dead" conducted by Lee Johnson on itunes. It's awesome!!
I'm listening to CD "Grateful Dead - Rare Cuts & Oddities 1966" >>>>Standing on the Corner<<<<<< is what came up!! I always have a G.D. CD on my player - random mode!!! Those were the days..........!!!
i had to walk alllllll the way to the other room for this, and with a broken leg, mind you......talk about weird selections!! Actually not weird to me... I'm always with my Dead (or immediately related, as you can see) but what else I listen to could be almost anything under the sun! On my mp3 player today i've got: - My Chemical Romance -- I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love - Lynn Anderson -- 16 Biggest Hits - Claire Lynch -- Friends for a Lifetime - French in Ten Minutes a Day -- disc 3 - a couple of sermons - Old & In The Way -- 7/24/73 Homer's Warehouse, Palo Alto - The Other Ones -- 7/19/98 Fiddler's Green Amphitheater, Englewood, Colorado
yipes, zoomabooma! hope you're healing nicely.