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but we have no clie what image was liked because our texts are now green and not the multi functional blue. All because he said he hated the Steve jobs movie and liked ex machina and wanted to represent with an android phone to encourage female android research. 

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Apple is out to take over the world, and so is Google, and I think Google is winning, so pretty soon I'll own all you iPhone pfuckers. 

 

There ya go, like that image bitch...😆

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I loved 7/18/89 Alpine the best of  the three nights. My first China Doll had me in the dreamiest state hanging out under a clump of trees over on Phil’s side and loving the music. I stayed there until the monster Dear Mr Fantasy Hey Jude. Maybe my favorite song block ever at a show. 

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https://relisten.net/grateful-dead/1990/07/21

 

By far one of the weirdest shows I ever saw - next-level weird.  Thank god for that Scarlet > Fire.  I was on the way to Pluto and that combo helped keep me from leaving the Milky Way.  Tears of joy all the way through...

 

Check out that Fantasy :)

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On TIGDH they are playing 50yrvannuvetsaty of 8/23/68 which made me think that in 2019 I bet Dso is going to pull out some 50yr anniversary shows of the 69 shows. I’m predicting 2019 will be the year Dso really busts out lots of 69 shows!!!!!

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19 hours ago, Rude said:

On TIGDH they are playing 50yrvannuvetsaty of 8/23/68 which made me think that  I’m predicting 2019 will be the year Dso really busts out lots of 69 shows!!!!

 I have big plans for 2/22/2019, wherever I may be. 

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9/2/78

 

FOTD gives him a $15 bill and vanishes in the air. LLR builds to a thunderhead. First set Miracle is a rocker, Bobby falsetto at end is sexy. Lazy Lighting- >Supplication. 

Good Lovin rap. Inventiveness in Scarlet jam. Jerry shreds in Eyes. 

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Yea, you heard $15 bill too? I commented on that in an earlier thread about lyrics changes, someone said they heard $50 bill. $15 bill is more funner. I heard Jerry sing in ship of fools once, forty years upon my head.....

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30 years ago today.

 

9/3/88  Capital Centre,  Landover, MD

 

LTGTR, Feel Like A>Franklin's>Rooster, Peggy-o, MAMU>Big River, BirdSong.

 

Box, Victim>Foolish>Women>Eyes>D>S>GDTR>Miracle>Dew.

 

Sat. Nite, Ripple.

 

Second show of the superb Fall 88 tour.

The boys always seem to bring it strong for the nation's capital.

The joint went berserk for the mythical Ripple, although  I had

vendor friends that left to set up during the Saturday Nite.

We had an all time blowout at the apartment after this one.

 

Praise DSO

 

 

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Englishtown Receway was 41 years ago today

 

Set 1

Promised Land, They Love Each Other, Me & My Uncle, Mississippi Half Step, Looks Like Rain, Peggy-O, Minglewood Blues, Friend Of The Devil, The Music Never Stopped

Set 2

Bertha-> Good Lovin', Loser, Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Samson & Delilah*, He's Gone-> Not Fade Away-> Truckin',

E: Terrapin Station
 

 

https://relisten.net/grateful-dead/1977/09/03

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Fall '91 was solid, then Bill Graham's passing seemed to take another helping of air out of the sails.  The October '91 Oakland run was some of the last truly excellent Dead I saw.

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8 hours ago, Tea said:

Fall Tour 1991 doesn’t get it’s due and may never will.  The music was way beyond my expectations and some truly epic times were had.  Disregard at your peril.

 

https://relisten.net/grateful-dead/1991/09/22

 

Great post, Tea.  Completely agree.  The incredible play that built up through 89 and through 90 didn’t stop because Brent left.  Jerry was still flowing and together (mostly), and things were rejuvenated in a way via the way the band dug on Bruce’s presence and play.

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10 hours ago, Tea said:

Fall Tour 1991 doesn’t get it’s due and may never will.  The music was way beyond my expectations and some truly epic times were had.  Disregard at your peril.

 

https://relisten.net/grateful-dead/1991/09/22

 

Hard to argue the quality of this Boston Garden run.

 

I wore out my tape of the Help>Slip>Fire on 91/09/20.

 

Praise DSO.

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Listen to the absolute thumping transition from Wharf Rat - > Slipknot-> Franklin’s You will Phil it low and loud!  Today in history 9/27/76 Rochester NY

 

i think I bordered on blowing a speaker with that bass. 🤭

 

https://relisten.net/grateful-dead/1976/09/27

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17 minutes ago, PoetryGirl said:

Listen to the absolute thumping transition from Wharf Rat - > Slipknot-> Franklin’s You will Phil it low and loud!  Today in history 9/27/76 Rochester NY

 

i think I bordered on blowing a speaker with that bass. 🤭

 

https://relisten.net/grateful-dead/1976/09/27

 

I have to ratchet down the bass on my car stereo just to make Phil sound balanced and “normal” with everyone else.  

 

And for fear that I will blow the speakers and then live with that incessant rattling until it’s time for a new rig.

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