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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2012 12:06 pm 
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I'll bet that is awful.

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I'll bet that is awful.


I can't stress how great Fogerty sounds. It's like they played a CCR tape and wanked on top of it.

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i just threw up in my mouth a little bit as i pre-ordered this. god help me.

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for Dave - and anyone else who is brave enough to venture - here are the first three shows. more to come as i up them.

1990-03-16 Capital Centre, Landover, MD
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http://www.sendspace.com/file/f9jjmm


1990-03-19 Civic Center, Hartford, CT
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http://www.sendspace.com/file/y20b0o


1990-03-22 Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, ONT
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http://www.sendspace.com/file/smqnoa


i've got a special place in my heart for this era, despite the cheesy MIDI pan flutes and ultra bright keyboards. Without A Net was what really hooked me on these guys back in the day...plus i actually think Brent brings a lot to the table, which if i remember correctly is the complete opposite of how a lot of you guys feel.

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I can't really even comment on Brent as a musician, but as a person he's such a GHOUL that he's always frightened me.

I like this era when they're on, and it doesn't devolve into elevator jazz and/or when the sound is balanced. Nothing a show where Phil is really high in the mix, or if they get to noodling and those pan floots and synths turn it into a fucking waiting room.

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1990 was their first great year in a long time and last one ever, so yeah, I'm a fan. In addition to Without A Net, that first, tremendous Jerry Band record (also from '90) were huge for me.

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Senator LooGAR wrote:
and those pan floots and synths turn it into a fucking waiting room.


fucking perfect.

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Alright, which one of you is Nick Paumgarten?

The vast recorded legacy of the Grateful Dead


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Alright, which one of you is Nick Paumgarten?

The vast recorded legacy of the Grateful Dead


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I understand that you, of all people, know this crisis and, in your own way, are working to address it. You, the madras-pantsed julip-sipping Southern cracker and me, the oldman hippie California fruit cake are brothers in the struggle to save our country.

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The article also re-enforced for me that Bruce Hornsby might well be a Greek God. The only keyboardist for the Grateful Dead not to die? Yes, & yes.


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First Dead show I ever saw featured Mr. Hornsby on accordion. Interesting counterpoint.

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from the article:
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A whole section of the vault housed the sixteen-track fourteen-inch reels from the Dead’s tour of Europe in 1972. Last year, the Dead released the entire tour: a seventy-three-disk boxed set containing all twenty-two concerts and more than seventy hours of music. It came in a small steamer trunk and cost four hundred and fifty dollars. A run of twelve thousand two hundred sold out in four days. It is a pinnacle of completism, by the standards of any genre, and even a diehard might find it a test of patience to work through twenty-one versions of “Sugar Magnolia.” I got bogged down somewhere around Luxembourg.


that's about where we stopped

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I caught that parallel as well, Jewels.

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Now i'm in the mood to listen to a bunch of 80s shows.

http://www.dead.net/road-trips/road-trips-vol-4-no-4 really hit the spot this morning.

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I've been listening to this on and off today. Yeah, it's pretty terrible but miles better than Dylan & The Dead

http://www.openculture.com/2012/08/bob_dylan_and_the_grateful_dead_rehearse_together_in_summer_1987_listen_to_74_tracks.html

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Yail Bloor wrote:
I caught that parallel as well, Jewels.


I definitely identified with this. Although what ultimately killed me was Tennessee Jed. I just can't take it.

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Tennessee Jed is a great song that should never show up more than once a week on a tour.

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We've got the Spring 1990 box up for a limited time. PM me if interested.

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Any prognoses? Bobby bites the dust. Unbroken Chain indeed:

http://www.glidemagazine.com/hiddentrac ... n+Track%29


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I'm supposed to see them tomorrow, I hope he's okay.

He looks to be fucked up on drugs or booze or something. But who knows, he's old and has been playing non stop lately and well . . . who knows. I hope he's okay.

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will this be enough to bring DumpJack back to the board?




May 1977
What's Inside:
•Five Complete Shows
• 5/11/77 St. Paul Civic Center Arena, St. Paul, MN
• 5/12/77 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL
• 5/13/77 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL
• 5/15/77 St. Louis Arena, St. Louis MO
• 5/17/77 University Of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
•14 Discs, 111 tracks
•Mastered in HDCD by Jeffrey Norman
•Artwork by Grammy Award-winning graphic artist Masaki Koike
•Period Photos by James R Anderson
•Historical Essay by Steve Silberman
•Individual show liner notes

Individually Numbered, Limited Edition of 15,000

ships 6/11 http://www.dead.net/may1977

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fifteen THOUSAND


What the fuck is wrong with people...

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will this be enough to bring DumpJack back to the board?




May 1977
What's Inside:
•Five Complete Shows
• 5/11/77 St. Paul Civic Center Arena, St. Paul, MN
• 5/12/77 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL
• 5/13/77 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL
• 5/15/77 St. Louis Arena, St. Louis MO
• 5/17/77 University Of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
•14 Discs, 111 tracks
•Mastered in HDCD by Jeffrey Norman
•Artwork by Grammy Award-winning graphic artist Masaki Koike
•Period Photos by James R Anderson
•Historical Essay by Steve Silberman
•Individual show liner notes

Individually Numbered, Limited Edition of 15,000

ships 6/11 http://www.dead.net/may1977


He ordered it yesterday. Told me last night.

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godblesshim...of course he did!

kyle, i'd be shocked if this particular set didn't sell out by the end of the month if not sooner. personally, i would've loved to see this thing turned into a complete monster by including 5/5 - 5/9.

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Jason, you've heard the Spring 1990 box, right? It's pretty fantastic.

And yes, all of these limited edition box sets sell out within days of release.

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