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  • November 16, 2018 - 4:03pm
    deadhead613
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    What gets me through the day…

    What gets me through the day is Phish. I haven't heard another band that comes this close to the Dead in their ability to take a simple melody and contort and twist and move it around to make such a wonderful sound.

  • October 3, 2017 - 1:13am
    martin.george
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    Deep Purpleflorence and the
    Deep Purple florence and the machine
  • September 9, 2017 - 12:18am
    Randall Lard
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    explaining every sparrow's fall
    The Transcendence Orchestra at Freerotation, Wales, 8th July 2017 For this performance The Transcendence Orchestra were - Anthony Child - Buchla Music Easel, Electro Harmonix 45000, Strymon blueSky Daneil Bean - Korg Mono/Poly, Strymon DIG
  • July 24, 2017 - 1:34pm
    Gamedad
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    Just got my mp3 player,
    Just got my mp3 player, listenin` to a `playin`,no date, sounds like 77-8ish
  • June 12, 2017 - 8:10am
    Randall Lard
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    deep homeland, a climb in cardamom
    Native Instruments - mixtape for By The Lake Festival Felicity Mangan - Prepared record/stickers on record “Bird Sounds in Close-up” Tropa Macaca - Vida
 Tristian Cary - Trios performed by Vincent Epplay and Simon Takahashi 
Native Instrument live in Milano extracts 
7a student sings pop song in art class Bentzen - Baka I Bordet Richard Amerson - Train On A Hill Raymond Scott - Cindy Electronium Ursula Bogner - Punkte Native Instrument - Deep F(r)og Beatrice Dillon & Rupert Clervaux - A Different River Once Maja Ratkje - Sinus Seduction (mood two) N.M.O - full spectrum intercourse Laurie Spiegel - Drums Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier - Radiant Cheeks Joe Shores - Mississippi Sounding Calls
  • May 25, 2017 - 7:46am
    Randall Lard
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    AYBEE and Afrikan Sciences - The Stone Jam Sesh | Summer 2016 It’s been at least 6 months since i revisited this session. It’s one of many we had summer of 2016 where my studio became almost a daily host of jam sessions. Years back it was more formal. We would actually make a point and set a time to jam. Now it’s more anytime we are tinkering in the in the studio we just hit record. Some HOLY sessions have been lost by not simply hitting record. It has become almost a sacred quest. No matter what is going on in the outside world, the ability to power up and dig into the inner-world has become essential. Improvisation teaches you so much because it makes you listen, it makes you trust your impulse. That’s pure freedom. For those of you who are tagging along on this journey with us know that word “Freedom” is the mandate for us. We are explorers by birth… We are in pursuit. To lock up machines, and agree to get “lost” with someone is conversation higher than words. It’s the primordial high. I had no intention on sharing this, but i started thinking about how divided everything/one is becoming. The world is trying to convince everybody that it’s all about the “individual”. Everyone thinks they are a Corp or brand…. That pervasive disingenuous air is robbing us of authenticity. Genuine moments… that come from the unpredictable. Jamming is a practice in submission to that which is greater than the “i”, and that is the spirit that the world needs. It’s what i need. It is why i am so grateful to have these moments. To those that know us you know the score. Lock’em up and take off with no boundaries and no destination. So i suggest you blaze one, pour one, or whatever you do to relax. This one morphs a few times. Let your mind float… For the geeks: I am on the Novation Circuit, Korg Kaossilator, Minilogue and KP3+ sending my signals into AFSCI’s Octatrak. He also has the Moog Mother we went straight into my Zoom from the mixer. Safe Travels… - AYBEE
  • January 2, 2017 - 11:54pm
    Randall Lard
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    Plaid - Cord Mix After Tomorrow (AMX remix) - Arovane & Hior Chronik Viele - Eigenheimer NAB - David Morley ⊶⊚⊖⬚⊟⊑∷༜⊚༜∷⊒⊞⬚⊖⊚⊷ - qebrus Looming - Rival Consoles Riverslock - Errorbeauty Plank - Syntax Down Deep - T///error Ethyle - Syl Kougaï You can hate me I’ll still love you (LIVE) - Defunkt Dialekt Alpha Wheel - Lone Pigeon Whisperer - Aevin Gesnov - Quadrable 010 - EBAM XXXXL - Acidulant Manhunter - Konx-om-Pax
  • November 16, 2016 - 4:40am
    Randall Lard
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    Pandit Pran Nath - Raga Malkauns Pandit Pran Nath, voice K. Paramjyoti, tabla La Monte Young, tambura Marian Zazeela, tambura Studio performance - August 21st 1976 in New York City
  • July 7, 2016 - 3:47am
    GodardGregoire
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    It's a great song !
    It's a great song !
  • July 5, 2016 - 11:51pm
    Randall Lard
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    Shelley Parker - null+void Spotlight 002 Chra – A dark country Untold – The water carrier LCC – Airys Trinkkets – Lace U – Our place Monoloc – Trysome Anxiety Support Group – Drug Dealers Lullaby Ploy – Move yourself Intrusion – Velocity in A minor Spooky – Concussion Ploy - Sala One Five Dronelock & Ontal – Parallax Elementz of Noize – Law of the Jungle Ruffhouse – UVB-76
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Songs that get you through the day-to-day...
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Green surrounds me while I sit on the porch and watch all the people and cars roll by. Missoula MT ain't such a bad place after all!
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Trader X Just got an IPOD for Father's Day and uploaded the Olympic Theater shows from 5/3 and 5/4/72. Enjoying them thoroughly!!! now, if I could only get out of the office.......
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DP's 1-8Europe 72 Grayfolded (If you have not heard this album, it's unreal) Buddy Rich- No Funny Hats Slayer-Haunting the Chapel Every Van Halen album with David Lee Roth (One of my favs!!!) Led Zeppelin-Presence Dead to the Core www.myspace.com/bongwizard
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Musicless at the moment.But I have a whole slew of X Minus One old time radio shows. A bunch of them were written by Ray Bradbury. Way corny stuff but a total trip.
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1) Sabotage - Beastie Boys Live on SNL2) White Light/White Heat - Bowie at the BBC 3) That's The Way - Paul Brill Harpooner 4) This Can't Be Love - Ben Webster & Oscar Peterson 5) Suite No. 2 in B Minor - J.S. Bach Orchestral Suites 1-4 6) Poisioned Rose - Elvis Costello King Of America 7) White Riot - The Clash The Clash 8) Cassidy - DP 29 9) Impossible Germany - Wilco Sky Blue Sky 10 I Was Made To Love Her - Stevie Wonder
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I just got it(I know, I know, I'm behind the times)and have begun to transfer all the discs that I can onto it. The pod takes a back seat to other things going on and if I weren't here typing, I could be downloading ( -;Now featuring: AC/DC-trying to get everything I can from these guys, always a 2nd favorite. The Doors-Jim and crew have been a staple for years DuckButter-A Steamboat Springs local band that ROCKS!! Of course the Grateful Dead: I own all of their studio stuff including Dick's Picks up to #36 Metallica-Love the earlier stuff and the S&M CD, different. Scorpions-Still lovin' you.....guys from the 80's Moe.-One of the premier jam bands out there today. Fillmore stuff is awesome(4/1-2/05) Pink Floyd-If you listen to music at all, Floyd should be somewhere in your collection. Widespread Panic-What can I say....I love this band. Just got home a few days ago from the Red Rocks shows and they BLEW ME AWAY. The best jam band out there today. Importing has been slow(P.O.S. computer does not help)but I will eventually get all of it on there. Any ideas on how to import cassettes? I have a ton of them and short of burning them onto discs and then importing them(consuming)I am at a loss. We........are the eyes of the world!!
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Phil and Friends 99 run at the Warfield with Trey and Paige...I somehow missed this one (birth of first child, perhaps???) Anyway, LOVING IT!!
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As much tapers section stuff I could fit on my junkie 512 meg shuffle.
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12/31/78 some mixed nodules of the Taper series. Some download #1 some other space junk “The Omnipotent Grateful Dead!”
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Every Van Halen Album w/ David Lee RothFirst 7 Led Zeppelin Album's Talking Heads-Remain in Light Pink Floyd-Animals Mettalica-Master of Puppets Phish-Junta & Billy Breathes and the following epic show's 10-27-79-Dancin>Franklin's is unreal 6-15-76-Dancin' In The Streets-> The Wheel-> Sugar Magnolia-> Scarlet Begonias-> Sunshine Daydream (What a combo!!!!) 6-17-75-Blues For Allah-> Drums-> King Solomon's Marbles-> Blues For Allah (some of the best jamming ever!!!) 5-5-77-Just a good as Cornell 5-4-77-See Above Dead to the Core www.myspace.com/bongwizard
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Amigo De DiabloDead live from various shows & Cd releases Mississippi john hurt a lil' ratdog keith jarret a touch of classical The stones- 2000 light years from home
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Becasue I have most new shows in AIFF or WAV format. My iPod only has a few shows on it it the moment. Im listening to 7/19/94,12/31/81 with Joan's "set", 6/30/80,4/17/87,4/16/89 and I also have a few Djam Karet tunes on it to rock out to... Eric
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3 Mofro albums - all very good2 Ahymsa albums - unknown London UK band Fillmore West 1969 all 10 cds - working my way thru em. DP7 cos keep returning to it - only time I saw the Dead - Ally Pally 1974 6 Rainmakers albums tho little listened to as theyre another band I prefer live
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Grayfolded-THE ALBUM (Darkstar super collage)Van Halen-Diver Down Talking Heads-Remain in Light Prince-Purple Rain Primus-Pork Soda The Flaming Lips-At War with the Mystics M83-Remixes Slayer-Reign in Blood Deicide-Once upon the Cross Cannibal Corpse-Butchered at Birth Various Frank Zappa (Live & Studio) and the following mock show using parts of my collection (sorta follow the formula).... Set 1 Easy Wind 12-31-70 Bird Song 3-9-81 Cumberland Blues 1-21-71 Sugaree 2-1-78 TLEO 5-13-73 Playin 7-19-74 (What a 29 minute ride!!) Set 2 Dancin>Franklin's 10-27-79 (WOW!!!) Ship>Estimated>He's Gone>Caution Jam>Drumz 5-12-80 That's it for the Other One>Black Peter 12-31-70 Truckin>MLB Jam>Spanish Jam>Warf Rat 7-31-74 Encore:Darkstar>Slipknot!>Stella (IN MY WORLD THERE ARE 30min ENCORE'S!!) Dead to the Core www.myspace.com/bongwizard
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- The Grateful Dead: The Movie Soudtrack- The Grateful Dead: American Beauty - The Grateful Dead: Three from the Vault - The Grateful Dead: Truckin' Up to Buffalo - The Grateful Dead: The Very Best of the Grateful Dead.
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a lovely tribute to joni mitchell. sweet.
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Tried the Ipod on shuffle and the following were the 1st 12 tracks pickedRORY GALLAGHER - Cradle Rock BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN - My City Of Ruins THE STRAWBS - Down By The Sea NICK DRAKE - Road BB KING - How Blue Can You Get BOB DYLAN - Stuck Inside Of Mobile ..... VERNON GARRETT - Shine It On TOM WAITS - Baby Gonna Leave Me LOU REED - Sad Song HOT TUNA - Soliloquy For 2 THE KOOBAS - Barricades TERRY REID - Things To Try Depressing stuff eh? This lot aint gonna cheer me up.
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on the creative zen Ian Hunter "Shrunken Heads" David Gans "Electric Live" and "Acoustic Live" Miles Davis "Friday/Saturday at the Blackhawk" Mary Weiss album (Shangri-la's singer!) Love "Forever Changes Concert" Ani DiFranco "first" and "Educated Guess" To be listened to: new ones by Ringo Starr and Shelby Lynne
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ipod shuffle while getting my tooth pulled the the denist and listening to good ole Grateful Dead all live stuff and Indigo girls! Ouch my tooth!!
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toothbeamz!
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Hope they hooked you up with some Laughing Gas. Feel better soon :-) PEACE
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I received my first i pod for xmas this year and everything on it is still new for it, but classics to me. Scarlet -Fire from Copps 3-22-90 is getting a lot of play. Those 2 nights in Canada were some of my all time fav shows. Sooooo much fun in Hamilton. Also, Fat Boy Slim "Better living through Chemistry" and Dead "Go to Nassau" I still have 400+ hours live dead on tape that is going to the computer soon. I can't wait. Some is some fine sounding material.
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Being that it sold out in mins... I waited ever so patiently to see it online and this morning I added 1/29/08 - Portland to my list of iPod goodies. I now have 4GB full of Phil,GD,Zero,S.Stills,Pink Floyd, and the Doors..... Nice :) Eric
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been listening to dead podshe has a few jerry shows on there that kill 1/11/08 i think has a great let's spend the night to gather besides that tea leaf green the mother hips green lemon just to name a few
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A teen back in San Diego loaded it with punk rock - but he also put some Dead and Metallica and Primus and The Offspring. I also like the Cypris Hill. I added some Pink Floyd albums and soon I hope to add "Midnight Moonlight" by Old and in the Way and some Bobby McFerrin "Simple Pleasures". It's no fun bein' an illegal aliuuuun.
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well obviously a good variety of the dead. i don't put too much of the dick's picks on my ipod as the sound is too quiet... also have some pink floyd, ani difranco (coming to town!), tori amos, the doors, gov't mule, ray lamontagne, van morrison, joan baez, janis joplin, tea leaf green, bob dylan, and then of course all that other crap that keeps me moving at the gym. ~littlebri
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Can't bring myself to delete 02-04-2008 from my mp3 player. Its nice to hear Mark Karan again, as well. Jackie provides great vocals and well, the show pretty much rocks. | I'm just a, well...porpoise. |
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(Cause There's An Easywind..Blowin' Cross The Bayou Today.) I Use A IAudio 7 Player.Everything in It Is flac.Lossless. Believe Me When I Say Ipod's Got Nothing On Lossless Playback. That Being Said. It's loaded With, Grateful Dead,Jefferson Airplane,Jimi Hendrix,Janis Joplin,Perro,And Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac.
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(Cause There's An Easywind..Blowin' Cross The Bayou Today.) I Use A IAudio 7 Player.Everything in It Is flac.Lossless. Believe Me When I Say Ipod's Got Nothing On Lossless Playback. That Being Said. It's loaded With, Grateful Dead,Jefferson Airplane,Jimi Hendrix,Janis Joplin,Perro,And Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac.
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All of my Grateful Dead music and others (e.g. RatDog) are all there on my iPod. It's nice to jam out to a 1977 or 1990 Dead show while I take the R train (NYC subway) to work every morning at 6am while I read the paper. I am sure no one else is jamming to the Dead on the train at that time of day.
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grateful dead jerry garcia bob weir studio albums and the whole zappa catalogue
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I've been adding files from old John Fahey LPs as well as Quicksilver Messenger Service and Slickee Boys (a new wave band from the DC area)...the latest addition is the Dead & NRPS playing at George Washington University on 10/23/70...a blockbuster concert, my second live show attended. It brings back a lot of emotions, both about the quality of the music and being 18 again!Jay
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A little bit of everything. Plenty of Dead, Phish, Panic, and Umphrey's. Some oldschool jazz and blues. Van Morrison and other 60's and 70's Brit rock. Newest Dead is the Rocking the Cradle set (loving the Stella Blue and Shakedown) and 10/31/91 (Dark Star through the second set is amazing plus I've always been a big fan of Werewolves). "...the powerful plays goes on, and you may contribute a verse" -Walt Whitman-
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Ive got a lot of stuff including:Grateful Dead, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and I even have some Bob Dylan. Theres other stuff too. But in bits and peices, a song here, a song there. nothing major
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I currently have 13 gigabytes of the Dead on my iPod. I have a iPod that will hold 160 gigs, and can't wait to fill it up witht the dead. However, I also have around 30 gigs of sermons on there. God bless, Pastor Joseph
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Currently in heavy rotation on my Zen: 1. Bettye Lavette-Somebody Pick Up My Pieces 2. Black Crowes-Black Coffee (live) 3. GD-New Speedway Boogie 4. Jonathan Wilson-Dreaming 5. Dead Can Dance-Cantara
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So here is the list....... Van Halen- Women and Children First Phish- Clifford Ball and Slip, Stich & Pass NIN- Downward Spiral M83- Remixes Frank Zappa- Apostrophe Phil Lesh- Various shows from 1999 (Primal P&F) Prince- Purple Rain Miles Davis- Big Fun Buddy Rich and the Killer Force- No Funny Hat's Bob Dylan- Live From Montreal America- Greatest Hits Rush- Live Compilation Yes- Live Compilation Talking Heads- Remain in Light Guns N' Roses- Lies Areosmith- Classics Live Vol. 1 and Toys in the Attic Led Zeppelin- How the West was Won and BBC Sessions Jimi Hendrix- Bold as Love Syd Barrett- Peel Sessions Pink Floyd- Animals and Piper at the Gates of Dawn Acid Mothers Temple- Is This A Pencil Or A Sheep? Gong- Acid Motherhood The Police- Zenyatta Mondatta The Flaming Lips- Zaireeka Radiohead- Kid A and Pablo Honey Slayer- Seasons in the Abyss Metallica- And Justice for All Rage Against the Machine- Evil Empire Cannibal Corpse- Tomb of the Mutilated and The Bleeding Six Feet Under- Haunted Iron Madien- Seventh Son of a Seventh Sun And the following Dead shows- 08-01-73 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, N.J. (Wed) Jerry Garcia's 31st birthday 1: Promised, Sugaree, Race Is On, You Ain't Woman Enough, Bird Song, Mexicali, TLEO, Jack Straw, Stella Blue, Big River, Casey Jones 2: Around, Half Step, Me & My Uncle, Row Jimmy, Dark Star> El Paso> Eyes> Morning Dew, Sugar Magnolia> GDTRFB> Saturday Night 12-31-72 Winterland Arena, San Francisco, Ca. (Sun) 1: Around, Deal, Mexicali, B. E. Women, Box Of Rain, Jack Straw, Don't Ease, BIODTL, Candyman, El Paso, Tennessee Jed, Playin 1.5: Casey Jones 2: Promised, Half Step, Big River, Sugaree, Truckin> Other One> Drums> Other One*> Morning Dew*, Sugar Magnolia, Sing Me Back Home, Johnny B. Goode E: Uncle John, Saturday Night *with David Crosby 05-26-72 The Strand Lyceum, London, England (Fri) 1: Promised, Sugaree, Mr. Charlie, B. T. Wind, Loser, Next Time, El Paso, Dire Wolf, Two Souls, Playin, He's Gone, Cumberland, Jack Straw, Chinatown Shuffle, China Cat> I Know You Rider, NFA> GDTRFB> NFA 2: Truckin> Other One> Drums> Other One> Morning Dew> Other One> Sing Me Back Home, Me & My Uncle, Ramble On, Sugar Magnolia, Casey Jones E: Saturday Night final "Chinatown Shuffle" - final "Mr. Charlie" - final "Next Time" - final "Two Souls" 05-19-74 Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Or. (Sun) 1: Half Step, Mexicali, Big RxR Blues, B. T. Wind, Scarlet, BIODTL, Tennessee Jed, Bobby McGee, Sugaree, Jack Straw, Roses, El Paso, Loose Lucy, Money Money, China Cat> I Know You Rider 2: Promised> Bertha> Greatest, Ship Of Fools, WRS Prelude> WRS Part 1> Let It Grow> Wharf Rat, Big River, Peggy-O, Truckin> Jam> Mind Left Body Jam> NFA> GDTRFB, Saturday Night E: U. S. Blues "Tico Tico" tuning before "Promised" Dead to the Core www.myspace.com/bongwizard
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I have only two artists on my MP3 Grateful Dead and Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds 'Nuff said...
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filled by Grateful Dead (all the dix pix excluded #26, all the RT's, Vault Releases, all the Beyond box..all Jerry Garcia and Pure Jerry releases) nearly everything by Stones, Dylan, Hendrix,Pink Floyd,Beatles,Zappa,Bowie,Lou Reed,Jesus and Mary Chain, Pixies, Frank Black....selected stuff from Clapton, Cohen, Neil Young, Cocteau Twins, Depeche Mode, Joy Division, New Order, Keith Jarrett Trio,Fairport Convention, Richard Thompson, Talking Heads, Throwing Muses, Robyn Hitchcock....my 80 giga are nearly over..will soon buy the 120 version lotsa bands were omitted or forgotten
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American BeautyAoxomoxoa Beggar's Banquet Blues for Allah Built to Last Dead Set Dick's Picks 1, 3, 5, 7, 18, 20, 21, 26, 35 Europe '72 Exile on Main Street Mars Hotel Garcia Go to Heaven Grateful Dead Skull and Roses Download Series 4, 8 Grateful Dead Movie Soundtrack Bear's Choice In the Dark Let it Bleed Live Dead Nightfall of Diamonds One from the Vault Reckoning Rolling Thunder Shakedown Street Rolling Stones Singles Collection So Many Roads Some Girls Steppin' Out with the GD Sticky Fingers Terrapin Station Two from the Vault Wake of the Flood Weir Here Workingman's Dead and a bunch of podcasts
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Phish "Joy"