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3/24/90, Albany.

 

A lot of music here included in the “Dozin’ at the Knick” release.

 

Here’s a great audience, and Charlie Miller got involved with the transfer, so if you tinker around on the Archive at all, you know that means that play time is over.

 

https://archive.org/details/gd90-03-24.fob-schoeps-mattes.miller.28387.sbeok.shnf/gd90-03-24d1t07.shn

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22 hours ago, Tea said:

Ladies and Gentlemen:  The Grateful Dead!

 

http://relisten.net/grateful-dead/1971/4/28/truckin

 

It’s got just about everything you need

Today, however, is the anniversary of the greatest live performance the GD ever did IMHO, 4-29-71. It has EVERYTHING you need. ❤️❤️❤️

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There's is a rocking good audience that was just put out of 5-1-88 Frost.  Now I understand that the circulating board is excellent, but this FOB with modified Nak 700s is a wonder to behold.

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The 5/3/72 from Paris that Lemieux played on Sirius today has a Truckin>O2 sequence that is off the chain, with a jam that is a real shoegazer.

 

 

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Personally, the most important day in Grateful Dead history as the bus came by and I got on....

 

5/4/77 Palladium NYC

 

Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo > Big River, They Love Each Other, New Minglewood Blues, It Must Have Been The Roses, Cassidy, Deal, Looks Like Rain, Brown Eyed Women, Dancing In The Street

 

Estimated Prophet, Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain, Terrapin Station-> Playin' In The Band-> Comes A Time-> Playin' In The Band

 

Wow!!!!! 41 years....where does the time go?

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5/8 was one of the great shows in GD history - DUH!  Not quite at the top of my list BUT it was soooo great to have such a high quality recording of a high quality show as I was cutting my teeth on this music.  I was obsessed with Cornell and explored just about every nook and cranny of it.  Very fond days of cranking up this show in the lot, on the beach, in the car, on my walkman - everywhere.  It was many, many fans crown jewel tape of the GD!

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12 hours ago, DesertDead said:

 

Still a lot of excellent playing happening at this time.  

 

Cool lists for both sets here!

No doubt.  This was probably the last really good show I ever saw:

 

http://relisten.net/grateful-dead/1993/9/13

 

So glad/lucky DSO is keeping the flame burning hot and bright 

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