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  1. 3 points
    Fire prob isn’t the best thing to be stoking on west coast tour, guys.
  2. 3 points
    The 6-10-90 is not one of those extended Jerry vocal flourish versions. Just a generally perfect reading followed by an inspired guitar solo. The '93 Eugene version has perhaps the most intense guitar eruption of the year. I recall him being almost sideways as he lit into his strings. Jeff Silbeman and I made an outstanding recording that day, which I finally transferred last year. Check out that Standing: https://archive.org/details/gd1993-08-21.141530.S2.FOB.AMS.ST-250.Silberman.Ammons.Noel.t-flac1648 Plenty of folks did tweaky stuff when recording the Grateful Dead, but using an open reel 4-track Nagra 24 bit digital deck to facilitate an ambisonic capture (which encodes a full 360 degree soundfield using all 4 tracks)? That's gotta take the cake! Hearing those recording on a properly set up ambisonic playback rig was just ridiculous. That said, even this conversion down to 2 channels is pretty damn impressive.
  3. 2 points
    Ya these dudes totally insensitive but I forgive them. Maybe we should rain dance.
  4. 2 points
    Any day now...see y'all in Portland. I'm excited, wish it was now. But gonna rest up and stretch and get my body ready to groove. I intend to bring the heat~let's make fire
  5. 2 points
    A little new school flava... Old Glory standing stiffly, Crimson White and Indego
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  7. 1 point
    Hey Mango it looks like we gotta watch what we say around here... sorry guys what what I intended to say was "Let's proceed to the dance floor and dance in a rather aggressive and thorough format." 😜
  8. 1 point
    With all the fires, floods and skin stealing going on, I’m surprised how insensitive this group is. Next someone will advocate for building a human wall to keep non dancers out of their space. I’m boycotting west coast tour and sticking to the south where they understand compassion for others.
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    Holy Crap! Jerry clearly had something to get out of his head and his heart right there - wow!
  10. 1 point
    Go to the doc and have him induce a coma for a few days and boom, tour
  11. 1 point
    While this is nothing more than a tally of opinions, I sometimes visit this site when I’m keyed on a song to find versions that I might want to sample for myself and am not already aware of. Wanted to share it (again) here for awareness. HeadyVersion - SOTM
  12. 1 point
    I was at that show. Surprised we didn't run to each other Greg.
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    7/7/89, JFK Stadium, Philly. My one and only witnessing of Standing on the Moon. I saw Bobby sing it with Dead and Company, when They first started up, maybe five shows in. It was a different venue but literally the same exact spot. Kinda cool.
  15. 1 point
    Football is a game of responding. New England didn’t need to do much so they didn’t. They played down to their competition yesterday. Jared “Mark Sanchez” Goff played the game he usually does when the Rams can’t run. Once McVey started spending more time with his supermodel girlfriend and defensive coordinators spent more time in the film room, the Rams season started to turn. Yes they made the super bowl but they peaked too early and couldn’t adapt yesterday. Goff can be broken with a little pressure. There were many passes yesterday where he shortarmed it to get his arms down to protect his body. It’s the super bowl. Take the hit to complete the pass. 9/21 95yds through 3 quarters. Ewww
  16. 1 point
    A few years ago I had been in seriously deep dark depression. I was essentially a walking dead. The various chemistry the several doctors gave me did nothing. Then one day this song came on the radio…I had not heard it since my hippy days many years ago when we would sing it around camp fires, festivals and occasional church meeting. Hearing this song broke me out of my depression illness. I came alive again. Peace and Love, Doc
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    When I was young, my Mother would play classical symphonies on little 45rpm records that had to cycle every few minutes. I think it was Tchaikovsky and Rimlmski-Korsakov’s Scheherazade. My Father would play the Phil Harris version of “Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette”, a talking blues style song written by Merle Travis and Tex Williams. In 1947 the original was number one on the country charts for 16 weeks. Latter, it was covered by many artists. The tune still sticks in my head…. “Now I'm a fellow with a heart of gold With the ways of a gentleman I've been told A kind of a fellow that wouldn't even harm a flea But if me and a certain character met That guy that invented the cigarette I'd murder that son of a gun in the first degree That ain't that I don't smoke myself And I don't reckon they'll injure your health I've smoked 'em all my life and I ain't dead yet But nicotine slaves are all the same At a pheasant party or a poker game Everything's gotta stop when they have that cigarette Smoke smoke smoke that cigarette Puff puff puff And if you smoke yourself to death Tell St Peter at the Golden Gate That you hate to make him wait But you just gotta have another cigarette…” It goes on for a few more verses with interesting stories of poker games and smooching with a girl on Lover’s Lane….all interrupted by needing to smoke that cigarette. Peace and Love, Doc
  18. 1 point
    I’m with days between especially given the Weir treatment and DSO treatment. Furthur killed that song even with Bobby on vocals. I don’t say that much by the way. Bobby doing Jerry doesn’t always do it for me. But the days between...
  19. 1 point
    Dr B has 6-7 different ones. If you are in Illinois you are screwed lol. You would have to settle for BLW AWY or EZANSWRS and who wants that. LDYNRED would cause men to speed up to see who was driving then be disappointed it’s a dude.
  20. 1 point
    Oompa Loompas Oops,,Shit,,wrong thread
  21. 1 point
    Forums peer pressure has led to many a ticket being purchased.
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    At a benefit for the Worthington Health Center, Worthington, MA 1975 Arlo is the son of Folk Singer Woody Guthrie ("This Land is Your Land"; "House Of The Rising Sun") to name few a few. Arlo is one of my all time favorites I used to listen to his albums over and over.I got to meet Arlo after a show at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo, CA circa 1999. I shook his hand and got his autograph, when we got to the car afterwards I was so rattled my hands were shaking so bad I had trouble opening the car door! He performed that night with his son and daughter. I need to post more of his videos.
  23. 1 point
    THE YOUNGBLOODS Let´s get together I believe the video on this is a mixture of Monterey Pop Festival and Woodstock.
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