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this stream is working nicely...

still amazed at how good this is sounding and how balanced the setlist is, everything is flowing so nicely and John is singing!

Such a strong sing a long of Ramble On Rose...

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they are letting him sing..for goodness god sakes..

very nice DTRag..when all is said and done I'm very happy for John...bobby is playing his ass off! quack quack johnny boy! splitting verses is NOT a good idea however..

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Set: 2 (10:06)

Drums >

King Solomon's Marbles >

He's Gone > (JK&BW)

Jam >

New Potato Caboose

new potato caboose! maybe phil will only sing his songs now... the crowd is happy too. good times.

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very nice DTRag..

You know DTRag was always one of my favs off of WALSTIB but don't think I've ever heard a live rendition of it. JK did a bad-ass job with it! Loved the snarls.. So good to hear him having fun and IMHO thus far stealin' the show!!

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they are letting him sing..for goodness god sakes..

Imagine the possibilities?Maybe you should re-think your plans for this weekend... and get down to the mine in Jersey.

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Guest crazy digits

settle down easy

Imagine the possibilities?Maybe you should re-think your plans for this weekend... and get down to the mine in Jersey.

sunday night i will be on site

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Set: 2 (10:06)

Drums >

King Solomon's Marbles >

He's Gone > (JK&BW)

Jam >

New Potato Caboose >

Jam >

The Other One>

Days Between

don't know who's taking vocals on the first Furthur Garcia Ballad ever...

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Set: 2 (10:06)

Drums >

King Solomon's Marbles >

He's Gone > (JK&BW)

Jam >

New Potato Caboose >

Jam >

The Other One

Days Between

Oh man...Days Between...going for the heart..

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Set: 2 (10:06)

Drums >

King Solomon's Marbles >

He's Gone > (JK&BW)

Jam >

New Potato Caboose >

Jam >

The Other One>

Days Between (BW)

.....argh....well would have been to perfect to ask for.....JK singing the days between.....

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Set: 2 (10:06)

Drums >

King Solomon's Marbles >

He's Gone > (JK&BW)

Jam >

New Potato Caboose >

Jam >

The Other One>

Days Between (BW)

Bob on Days Between??

NO!!!!!!!!!!!!

It was sounding so promising to this point

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Bob on Days Between??

NO!!!!!!!!!!!!

It was sounding so promising to this point

ouch..but hey it really has been sweet thus far..

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expected, at least it's not being shared. I think sharing vocals on a ballad would not make sense. Hopefully tomorrow John will sing the ballad.

Imagine an Imagine encore...

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Why does Weir have to sing all of his lyrics in half spoken-word style. Example from tonight is Looks Like Rain.

I could do w/out the Shatneresque twist to his current vocal approach.

my .02

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expected, at least it's not being shared. I think sharing vocals on a ballad would not make sense. Hopefully tomorrow John will sing the ballad.

Imagine an Imagine encore...

...was thinking that earlier, not imagine per say but a beatles tune somewhere would be fitting today.....how about "Come Together".....;).....fitting in so many ways

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expected, at least it's not being shared. I think sharing vocals on a ballad would not make sense. Hopefully tomorrow John will sing the ballad.

Shared Garcia Hunter is better than a Weir solo vocal on a Garcia Hunter Vince...basically anything is better than Bob taking it alone--

but I like your attitude.

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Why does Weir have to sing all of his lyrics in half spoken-word style. Example from tonight is Looks Like Rain.

I could do w/out the Shatneresque twist to his current vocal approach.

my .02

That's pretty damn funny right there..... I don't care who you are!!!!!

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Set: 2 (10:06)

Drums >

King Solomon's Marbles >

He's Gone > (JK&BW)

Jam >

New Potato Caboose >

Jam >

The Other One>

Days Between (BW)

Scarlet (BW&JK)

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Shared Garcia Hunter is better than a Weir solo vocal on a Garcia Hunter Vince...basically anything is better than Bob taking it alone--

but I like your attitude.

haha thanks..

I thought Looks Like Rain was nice... we can complain about Bob singing certain songs but I think its going a little to far to complain about how he signs on his own songs. If Jerry was still on earth and playing I'm positive certain things about his playing would change, for better or for worse.

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haha thanks..

I thought Looks Like Rain was nice... we can complain about Bob singing certain songs but I think its going a little to far to complain about how he signs on his own songs. If Jerry was still on earth and playing I'm positive certain things about his playing would change, for better or for worse.

No, no no Vincent...Bob is allowed to sing his own songs.

We prefer it.

Bob singing and playing an electric Looks with John there to play the solo and the ending jam is actually a big deal in the Grateful Dead world.

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Set: 2 (10:06)

Drums >

King Solomon's Marbles >

He's Gone > (JK&BW)

Jam >

New Potato Caboose >

Jam >

The Other One>

Days Between> (BW)

Scarlet> (BW&JK)

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