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Old 10-26-2014, 05:58 PM   #221
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Old 03-14-2015, 08:09 AM   #222
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Listening to these discs this am. Was just thinking how beautiful this Graves is, and how funny it is they progressed from this to Tim's one note solo on Radio City.
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Yeah, that RCMH version is really not good.
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Old 03-14-2015, 09:58 AM   #224
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IMO this is one of the worst shows of the tour.... yet I still listen to this release constantly and love it to death just such a good friggin tour.

I won't say it's my favorite D&T tour, simply because the three big tours were so different from eachother... but it wouldn't surprise me if it was my most listened to tour of the three
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I love almost everything about '96, '97 and '99, but for me '97 is easily my favorite. '96 is more playful, '99 has broader setlists, but '97 has this power and urgency that puts it over for me. Also, those '97 Warehouses are untouchable. Also, DIKG.
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Old 03-14-2015, 03:12 PM   #226
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I tried to write which one I think is my favorite, but I changed my answer three times in the process so I give up

I'm proud to say over the years I've come close to listening to almost every show from the three tours. While I can't rank them, FWIW I definitely go back and listen to '97 the most. That might be because of the average tape quality of '96 though :
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I love this show and the '97 tour. Pure bliss.
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Old 03-15-2015, 02:22 PM   #228
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Listening to these discs this am. Was just thinking how beautiful this Graves is, and how funny it is they progressed from this to Tim's one note solo on Radio City.
Love the radio city version. Being able to create such emotion through such simplicity is amazing to me.
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Spending some time with this one in light of the Live Trax voting thread in DMBc, and it really is incredible how good this show is when you consider that it's one of the worst choices they could have made from the '97 tour. That was just such a good year. I'd really like to see another LT from '97 sometime very soon.
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Old 02-02-2016, 12:11 PM   #230
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The Recently / Two Step one-two punch to open this show is about as good as it gets
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Old 02-02-2016, 08:50 PM   #232
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Love that part. While I overall enjoy LT 23 more than this one LT 24 has a much better sounding mix to my ears.
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Love that part. While I overall enjoy LT 23 more than this one LT 24 has a much better sounding mix to my ears.
Yeah, there's no question that 23 is the better show, but I really enjoy this show a lot. I just wish it had a better Warehouse. Those '97 Warehouses were killer, and this one just isn't great.

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Yeah, there's no question that 23 is the better show, but I really enjoy this show a lot. I just wish it had a better Warehouse. Those '97 Warehouses were killer, and this one just isn't great.

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Yeah Dave's voice on the Warehouse intro hurts me listen to.
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Every time I listen to the 1.30.97 Warehouse passion intro, I swear that Tim accidentally stepped on his balls.
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Old 03-26-2017, 04:27 PM   #236
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I'm about halfway through #41 on my first listen since right after it came out. This show is guilty of not being another show, but nothing else. Loving my listen and the way Dave sang in the acoustic setting this whole tour.
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