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Old 03-02-2021, 02:38 PM   #61
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Is that good?? Also, what's up, my man


Its what the cool kids say now, and seeing as I am in no terms a 'cool kid' anymore, I have to keep up appearances SOMEWHERE.

That plus, I feel like members of the Goose crowd would say this...


I'm sure there are plenty of suggestions to start in this thread, but I'd hit these shows up on Nugs, in no particular order of preference (chronologically):


5/18/19 at Domefest
7/11/19 at Doc Taylor's
11/16/19 in Buffalo, NY (live release)
12/11/19 in St Louis
9/17/20 at South Farms, Morris, CT N2
10/2/20 Essex Junction, VT (the show the next night is about to get a release, can't wait for that)
10/19/20 in Frederick, MD
12/11/20 Rockefeller Center Rooftop for Goosemas show (webcast and on youtube)

I'd save the Bingo Tour stuff until you get a good burn going for a few weeks, then you'll be more familiar with their material and the idea of Bingo-generated setlists will resonate a little more.

Everything here is on Nugs and the band's BandCamp site.



The Ted Tapes make for good listening at work. All instrumental sound checks and jams. Ted Tapes 2021 on major streaming platforms, the rest of the Teds are on bandcamp only I think...


Also.... HEY!
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Old 03-02-2021, 02:54 PM   #62
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Ugh, it already seems like work. I"m pretty set in my ways. Variety for me nowadays is going from an '82 Dead show to a '74 and then to a '90, etc
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Old 03-02-2021, 02:57 PM   #63
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What if I were to tell you that, like any self-respecting jam band, they cover a lot of Dead material...

C'mon Mitch. Live on the edge a little. You won't be disappointed. What if I just said... start with the 11/16/19 Live Release that's on all the streaming platforms, if the Buffalo Jam after an A-Ha cover doesn't sell you then yes... move on
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Old 03-02-2021, 03:01 PM   #64
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ok, thanks, that's the simplicity I needed
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Old 03-02-2021, 03:21 PM   #65
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Crunchy Jamz (the non-Phish/Dead/UM Thread)

TAUK is a very interesting and technical group that I enjoy. While it could be argued (as my brother would) that they’re just a “better Goose,” Goose is really resonating more with me And I enjoy their technical setup quite a bit
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Old 03-02-2021, 03:37 PM   #66
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What if I were to tell you that, like any self-respecting jam band, they cover a lot of Dead material...

C'mon Mitch. Live on the edge a little. You won't be disappointed. What if I just said... start with the 11/16/19 Live Release that's on all the streaming platforms, if the Buffalo Jam after an A-Ha cover doesn't sell you then yes... move on
nah - they're way more than that A-Ha cover haha. I'd put that on the bottom of their covers.

Mitch, here ya go:

Ted Tapes 2021 (just jams)


Goosemas:


Madhuvan (my favorite Goose song - the best one is the 10/3 one that'll be released soon, but they're all good)



Cover of Ship of Fools:



Peach Fest 2019 (the set that most people start with - has an amazing version of Mississippi Half Step)
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Old 03-02-2021, 03:44 PM   #67
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Yeah that acoustic stuff with Rick and Peter at the Solarium is great too.



For sure that A-ha cover is meh, but the jam after the fact is the gold. Or at least, its what hooked me on first listen, made me thirst for more.
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Old 03-02-2021, 04:51 PM   #68
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Yeah that acoustic stuff with Rick and Peter at the Solarium is great too.



For sure that A-ha cover is meh, but the jam after the fact is the gold. Or at least, its what hooked me on first listen, made me thirst for more.
for sure. extremely excited to get that vinyl. Goose keeps taking my money haha.
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Old 03-02-2021, 05:23 PM   #69
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Yeah I ordered the Buffalo vinyl, and wish they did not select that Take On Me cover to be included. It's not very good and the synth player fucks up the main riff a few times.
Rest of the release is great.
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Old 03-02-2021, 07:46 PM   #70
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I wasn't sure if this belonged in here but I think it fits in a sense. "ChillHop" is an interesting genre as there are about a million creators, artists, DJ's, etc... making their own instrumental tracks and albums so I usually stick with comps that people put together. This one is so infectious. Working with this in the background as made this morning FLY by for me.

I was incredibly skeptical of this genre but I listened to this while at work and really enjoyed it. This genre is now my official background music at work.
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TAUK is a very interesting and technical group that I enjoy. While it could be argued (as my brother would) that they’re just a “better Goose,” Goose is really resonating more with me And I enjoy their technical setup quite a bit
I enjoy Tauk quite a bit but I do feel like being all instrumental holds them back from reaching a higher level. Plus they don’t really get out there from an improv perspective. Good tunes though
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Old 03-03-2021, 07:56 AM   #72
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I was incredibly skeptical of this genre but I listened to this while at work and really enjoyed it. This genre is now my official background music at work.
I've been enjoying this kind of music without really knowing what 'genre' it was, but this is it, after listening to this Yearmix 2019.

My foray into this was trying to find something at work that I didn't have to focus on too much. Started with Dead instrumental stuff, Jazz is Dead and Circles Around the Sun... but then even that got me distracted.

Wound up on stuff like this. Check out a collection of compilations called Cosmic Chill Lounge



Also, people make fun of me because they say I listen to porn music in the office... but eff em.
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Old 03-03-2021, 04:43 PM   #73
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This is fun, for you Goose diehards. Round of 32 started today @JiveGoose on twitter.

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I get to see Goose in a month Bought a pod at Suwanee. I had tickets for 3/14 in Atlanta that was cancelled on 3/12 when the country shut down. and then the festival in CT in June that was cancelled. 3rd time's a charm! (I hope!)
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Old 03-03-2021, 04:57 PM   #75
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I hear they sold out in a hurry and people are already bitching about not getting tickets

So goodonya, sir.
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Old 03-03-2021, 05:01 PM   #76
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I get to see Goose in a month Bought a pod at Suwanee. I had tickets for 3/14 in Atlanta that was cancelled on 3/12 when the country shut down. and then the festival in CT in June that was cancelled. 3rd time's a charm! (I hope!)
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Old 03-03-2021, 07:30 PM   #77
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I hear they sold out in a hurry and people are already bitching about not getting tickets

So goodonya, sir.
I was one of the lucky ones that happened to check ~45 minutes early and they were already onsale. Universe knew I needed this.
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Old 03-05-2021, 07:49 AM   #78
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GO GET IT!!!

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2020/10/03 Drive-in Live, Swanzey, NH

Set 1: Yeti, Look Out Cleveland [1], Honeybee [2], Jive I, Madhuvan, 726

Set 2: Tumble, Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis [3], All I Need [4] > Echo of a Rose > Flodown

Encore: Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis Reprise [5} > Jive Lee

Coach’s Notes: [1] The Band, FTP [2] JonL on rainstick [3] Tom Waits [4] Slow & melodic version of AIN [5] Tom Waits, before the song Rich mentioned he would like to redo the bridge because they messed it up the first time
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Old 03-05-2021, 11:49 AM   #79
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GO GET IT!!!

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2020/10/03 Drive-in Live, Swanzey, NH

Set 1: Yeti, Look Out Cleveland [1], Honeybee [2], Jive I, Madhuvan, 726

Set 2: Tumble, Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis [3], All I Need [4] > Echo of a Rose > Flodown

Encore: Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis Reprise [5} > Jive Lee

Coach’s Notes: [1] The Band, FTP [2] JonL on rainstick [3] Tom Waits [4] Slow & melodic version of AIN [5] Tom Waits, before the song Rich mentioned he would like to redo the bridge because they messed it up the first time
About to listen when I get out for lunch.
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Old 03-05-2021, 01:06 PM   #80
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