Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by Mowgli, Jan 24, 2012.
I know. Miss him.
Me too, I was living in San Fran when he passed. By coincidence, the night before, I was on a Grateful Dead tear. Must have been the vortex...
Yeah, he died on my birthday. For over 20 years I am always thinking about him then.
8-9-95 will be a sad day for many for a very long time.
Just in case anybody missed this, check it out, Dead with Cheese!
If you have Amazon Prime you can stream Blue Mountain for free. Any device.
This is a great read! Thanx for all the thoughts on IMO the greatest band ever. I love to listen to their music.
If only I could get my hands on Road Trips vol 4 number 5 in flac format.............................
I wouldn't be here if i wasn't a dead head so before i get stoned (meaning having rocks thrown at me ). Bob Weir is a legend and an American Icon.
I wasn't getting this one. Maybe its a mood thing. I'll give it a shot later. maybe just not for me. I'm not knocking anyone else's opinion.
I never really liked Weir on his own, The Dead however are timeless
LOL Thanks Ron,
I wasn't expecting that . I was expecting catapults
Warner Bros., 1972
I don't know why I haven't played this in so long...
Spun Dark Star from 2/13/70 during some work this morning. Had to stop playing tunes as nothing was getting done.
"Russian Lullaby" is sublime.
Not the Charlie Miller remaster (posted to YT in 2011) but the Rob Eaton was excellent.
Spectacular graphics of the epic Scar/Fire.
Shredfest Fire in 1440p
so for something entirely different, but still the same, here is a video of the final night of Los Muertos con Queso (The Dead with Cheese). This link is for the second set and yes, I captured the video. I also picked up a Shure MV88 external mic for my iphone 7 and was able to smuggle in the tripod. That's a whole story in itself.
The audio is pretty damn good I think.
Enjoy, if you follow the "playlist" on youtube you can see other vids from this epic adventure.
Memorial Stadium, 25 May, 1995
Vancouver, BC 29 July 1966
I'll join ya...
P.N.E. Garden Auditorium
29 July 1966
If anyone lives in the Pacific Northwest I can't recommend strongly enough checking out Andy Coe Band out of Seattle. Andy is amazing and shreds Jerry like no one else I've seen, and I've seen many Dead cover bands, not to mention Jerry many times. He's also the only person (other than Jerry of course) I've seen who can actually pull off songs like 'Mission in the Rain'.
San Francisco, CA
16 July 1966
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