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Old 06-16-2018, 01:21 PM   #2661
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Both of those are very pleasing to me. Let's hope.

Are you on the field or in seats? I"m on the field.
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Old 06-16-2018, 01:35 PM   #2662
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Both of those are very pleasing to me. Let's hope.



Are you on the field or in seats? I"m on the field.


In seats. Im unsure where though - Depends on if my connections cone through again


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Old 06-16-2018, 11:02 PM   #2663
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Welp, rumors half right


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Old 06-17-2018, 07:56 AM   #2664
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That's a gross oversimplification.

It is known, though, that in the 80's, Jerry and Kahn were doing duo shows purely for the drug money. They netted a lot more that way as opposed to the JGB shows which were split evenly between band members

There was a lot of animosity between the Dead and Kahn. In the early days of Kahn and JGB, that band was seen as a distraction from GD touring. But later on it wasn't lost on anyone in the Dead world that Jerry came back much more strung out after shows with Kahn then he did when the Dead went out on tour. Those two certainly enabled each other.

There's a sad and beautiful story Annabelle Garcia (I think) tells of Kahn and Linda (his wife) leaving the front door open of their house for Jerry to walk in at night whenever he wanted. Apparently Jerry would go there just to get away from things, spend the night, and get high because he was never judged over there for doing it.
Very interesting. Thanks for taking the time to post that.
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Old 06-17-2018, 09:08 AM   #2665
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The Eleven was cool (after the St Stephen trainwreck moment ), but the highlights for me were Bird Song > New Speedway > Bird Song and Help > Slip > Frank.
Had a fun time.
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Old 06-18-2018, 05:26 PM   #2666
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Franklin’s was ridiculous. Watching the webcast now.
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Old 06-18-2018, 08:49 PM   #2667
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Franklinís was ridiculous.


Out of the 4 Dead & Co shows I've seen, that is my favorite single performance.

I didn't forget your spotify playlist request, I'm just lazy about typing it up. I'll put up something short but sweet by tomorrow.
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Old 06-18-2018, 08:50 PM   #2668
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Out of the 4 Dead & Co shows I've seen, that is my favorite single performance.

I didn't forget your spotify playlist request, I'm just lazy about typing it up. I'll put up something short but sweet by tomorrow.
All good. Can't wait.
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Old 06-19-2018, 11:32 AM   #2669
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Ok, here's a little playlist I made for Spotify. It's funny, Spotify has so much Dead on there, but yet missing some things that I would love to include (from box sets, limited editions like Dave's Picks, etc). But plenty to work with. In fact, I had a lot of ideas about what to include, so I decided to keep this one short and sweet and will gladly do more as well if you're interested.

1. Shakedown Street (4/6/82 / Complete Road Trips)
2. Friend of the Devil (9/27/72 / Dick's Picks 11)
3. Feel Like A Stranger (10/9/89 / Without A Net)
4. Althea (3/15/90 / Without A Net)
5. Sugaree (5/19/77 / Dick's Picks 29)
6. Let it Grow (10/11/77 / Complete Road Trips)
7. Dark Star Jam> Spanish Jam> US Blues (6/23/74 / So Many Roads)
8. Turn On Your Lovelight (2/28/69 Fillmore West 1969)
9. I Know You Rider (5/15/70 Early Show/Acoustic Set / Complete Road Trips)
10. Liberty (3/30/94 / So Many Roads)


*it's annoying how they have all the Road Trips releases together as that giant "Complete Road Trips". So when you search, gotta be careful to get those specific versions.
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Old 06-20-2018, 08:19 AM   #2670
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Ok, here's a little playlist I made for Spotify. It's funny, Spotify has so much Dead on there, but yet missing some things that I would love to include (from box sets, limited editions like Dave's Picks, etc). But plenty to work with. In fact, I had a lot of ideas about what to include, so I decided to keep this one short and sweet and will gladly do more as well if you're interested.

1. Shakedown Street (4/6/82 / Complete Road Trips)
2. Friend of the Devil (9/27/72 / Dick's Picks 11)
3. Feel Like A Stranger (10/9/89 / Without A Net)
4. Althea (3/15/90 / Without A Net)
5. Sugaree (5/19/77 / Dick's Picks 29)
6. Let it Grow (10/11/77 / Complete Road Trips)
7. Dark Star Jam> Spanish Jam> US Blues (6/23/74 / So Many Roads)
8. Turn On Your Lovelight (2/28/69 Fillmore West 1969)
9. I Know You Rider (5/15/70 Early Show/Acoustic Set / Complete Road Trips)
10. Liberty (3/30/94 / So Many Roads)


*it's annoying how they have all the Road Trips releases together as that giant "Complete Road Trips". So when you search, gotta be careful to get those specific versions.
Thanks for this. I don't like to complain out loud about anything having to do with Spotify, because it's essential to my life. :-)
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Old 06-20-2018, 01:14 PM   #2671
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I now have playlist named “Mitch”. Thanks bud.
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Old 06-20-2018, 01:29 PM   #2672
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Iím glad you guys like it because I already have the next 2 ďvolumesĒ mapped out in my head That one obviously only scratches the surface. Iíll wait for the dust to settle on that one a bit before I post another
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Old 06-20-2018, 02:22 PM   #2673
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This N2 from Citi is filthy, especially the second set.
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Old 06-20-2018, 05:41 PM   #2674
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This N2 from Citi is filthy, especially the second set.
if they didn't have those flubs in St Stephen and The Eleven, it'd be a perfect set both on paper and musically. even with the flubs, incredible stuff. That help/slip/franklins is insane
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Old 06-20-2018, 08:55 PM   #2675
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Any big historical significance to The Eleven? Or was everyone pumped just because D&C hadn't done it yet?
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The GD didn't play The Eleven after 1970 (once in '75 they may have played a part of it) despite it being one of the more complex, hard-hitting tunes in their entire catalog. It's always been a favorite of mine. Not sure of Dead and Co.'s history with the tune, but it doesn't surprise me one bit that they just now attempted it. Hell, DSO is by far, and has been for a while, the best GD iteration going, and it even took them a while before they busted The Eleven out. BTW DSO's versions of The Eleven will far exceed anything Dead and Co. ever attempt.
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Alpine tonight! Got seats tonight, pit tomorrow.
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