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For Thursday let’s please seek out everyone’s favorite 1st set jam:

 

All New Minglewood Blues.

 

 

 

A jam that’s easy to take lightly, but a good one is a blast, and everyone here knows it.

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Great ones, Langerado.  Gracias.

 

I, too, will offer up one with Brent.  Funky Brent, that is.

 

If you are reading this and have never heard this, I promise you from the anonymous space in front of my iPad that this is MANDATORY listening.  Promise.

 

3/9/81.  Glassberg strikes again with a ragin sound here.  Feel free to enjoy this whole damn show.  

 

 

https://archive.org/details/gd81-03-09.glassberg.wise.7473.sbeok.shnf/gd81-03-09d1t09.shn

 

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4 hours ago, DesertDead said:

Great ones, Langerado.  Gracias.

 

I, too, will offer up one with Brent.  Funky Brent, that is.

 

If you are reading this and have never heard this, I promise you from the anonymous space in front of my iPad that this is MANDATORY listening.  Promise.

 

3/9/81.  Glassberg strikes again with a ragin sound here.  Feel free to enjoy this whole damn show.  

 

 

https://archive.org/details/gd81-03-09.glassberg.wise.7473.sbeok.shnf/gd81-03-09d1t09.shn

 

The Althea and the electric Deep Elem from that show are a couple of my favorites.

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We’ll just have one target for this whole weekend...

 

Shakedown Street.

 

 

“1st set only, Vasili...”

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I really love the 11/29/80 shakedown>franklins, the 12/31/84 shakedown, and 6/30/1985 shakedown. Maybe my top three the last few years

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No argument here, Langerado.  Not sure you’d get one from anybody.

 

This one is good for a hungover, sleepy, Sunday mornin.  With just enough to breathe some life back into ya.  Not my favorite or anything, but sorta different.  1981 was like a giant Shakedown festival.  See May 1981 for many, many cool versions.

 

 

 

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