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:rolleyes: Some kind Starhead gave me a CD of the second set of a show in 2008 (I believe)...I know the set is sort of like this...

China>Rider

CC Rider

Estimated>

Eyes

High Time (perhaps played before Estimated...but I think it's after the Eyes)

I now wanna hear the first set :dsorocks::icon14:

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Nevermind...High Time comes after CC Rider and the CD abruptly ends as Eyes begins to migrate into.... :rolleyes::blink:

Brutal cutoff.

It's a show from Seattle in 2009...I need to hear the rest ;)

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5/7/77 Boston Garden.Quite possibly the best Half-Step ever...although I'm partial to the Englishtown show because it was my first show...... but this one kicks ass as does the Terrapin.Outstanding work by Eaton.... this blows the Betty board of the same show away.

http://www.archive.org/details/gd77-05-07.sbd.eaton.wizard.26085.sbeok.shnf

Hold on there pardner......That last line borders on Blasphemy-Betty Cantor was a godess @ the board !

Peace,

Rob

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Hold on there pardner......That last line borders on Blasphemy-Betty Cantor was a godess @ the board !

Peace,

Rob

I'm just saying on this particular show....Eaton's mix is better.Don't believe me????Listen to both.

Edited by August West

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Listening to this audience of Englishtown.....although the DP board is top-notch... I like the rawness of this recording.As I reflect it was quite a show to catch for my first one.Although at the time 16 and dosed out of my mind I had no idea.As I'm listening to this NFA I realize how lucky I was to be there.

http://www.archive.org/details/gd1977-09-03.aud.stiegler.91230.sbeok.flac16

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I like dark albums, from Berlin and Blood on the Tracks to Sea Change and On the Beach, but this one is a real as it gets and it's what I'm listening to right now...

Talk about dark. I just fell in love with this song not too long ago...really beautiful and really terrifying (the real video by the artist has a final shot that is a little too disturbing for a public message board).

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I like dark albums, from Berlin and Blood on the Tracks to Sea Change and On the Beach, but this one is a real as it gets and it's what I'm listening to right now...

Talk about dark. I just fell in love with this song not too long ago...really beautiful and really terrifying (the real video by the artist has a final shot that is a little too disturbing for a public message board).

Nice Stone. There was another version on there with him just at an organ. Very haunting.

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1973-3-21 Utica Memorial Auditorium

Amazing Here Comes Sunshine. The Race is On and You Ain't Woman Enough and other delightful goodies in the first set. China>Rider, Playing in the Band to close the first set.

Monster GSET Second Set opener followed by a blazin' fast-paced TLEO.

WRS Prelude>Dark Star>Eyes of the World>Wharf Rat>Sugar Magnolia and Casey Jones Encore!

One of those marathon shows from the early 70's.

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As many versions of Tangled Up in Blue as I can find.

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Chuck -Thanks for the sweet image of Tangled Up in Blue!

Listening to Red Rocks_1982_07_27

Peace,

Rob

:dsorocks:

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Europe 72, courtesy of DSO. These are great recordings. Want to here Jeff and If you are tired of listening to the archives with all of the crowd talk, plop down some $$ and buy some Nugs and listen to the real thing. You won't be disappointed.

Edited by greyhead

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Just finished 1991-11-09 Hampton Coliseum JGB

About to start 1973-11-09 Winterland

Edited by found the sound

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