Dead-A-Day: On This Day in GD-Land

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Post by patchthenation » Fri Sep 22, 2023 12:39 pm

Got a nice one from 9/22/88 at MSG, featuring Jerry in fine form on Shakedown and tape warble at the beginning of Minglewood. 22-beat BIODTL. The set is so much fun, Jerry throws the two slower songs in to cool things off for a sec. To Lay Me Down always puts a smile on my face. :bigheart




Another bright spot in late-era Dead is their stop at MSG on 9/22/93, with David Murray on sax and James Cotton on harmonica (Lovelight/IFTL).






Finally, some Furthur in Vegas 9/22/10. Love this setlist too! Who here on TN attended?

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Post by SunshineSue » Fri Sep 22, 2023 6:35 pm

Ten years ago today was the closer of the 4 show run by Furthur at Red Rocks. This was the night that Branford Marsalis joined in for the second set and gave me one of my most incredible musical experiences EVER. I still get misty goosebumps thinking about him coming on stage as Jeff P and Sunshine grin and Bobby says "Security, please!!" :D



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Post by Tone Weaver » Sat Sep 23, 2023 7:24 pm

11 years since the legendary "Steal Your Face" Furthur Show at Red Rocks:


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Post by patchthenation » Tue Sep 26, 2023 2:11 pm

Another Grate late-era show, 9/26/93 at the Boston Garden. Definitely release-worthy, and I agree that SOTM is one of the best!


I: Jack Straw, Althea, Walkin' Blues, High Time, Me & My Uncle > Maggie's Farm, Lazy River Road, Easy Answers > Don't Ease Me In
II: Iko Iko, Saint of Circumstance, Ship of Fools > Truckin' > Drums > Space > I Need A Miracle > Standing on the Moon
E: Rain
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Post by patchthenation » Thu Sep 28, 2023 12:49 pm

Arguably one of the Dead’s best covers in the later era, here’s rehearsal of Valley Road (and Stander on the Mountain, both by Bruce) about a month before they played it live, from Front St 9/28/90. They run through Saint as well, with some good banter throughout. When asked if they should run through Stander again, Bruce says “let’s not beat it up, fuck that” and starts VR. Cool banter the last 2 minutes as well.

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Post by patchthenation » Wed Oct 04, 2023 9:13 pm

Who caught the 2013 L.A. Furthur shows? I saw the third, on 10/6, which was the tour closer as well. That was my final Furthur show and it was fantastic! This ended up being the final full-length tour by Furthur, and was their final 3-night run before Mexico in January 2014. Furthur disbanded shortly thereafter. Ten years come and gone, my oh my :listen

Long story short, enjoy Furthur 10/4-6/13 at the L.A. Greek!




10/4: https://archive.org/details/furthur2013 ... d.flac1644

10/5: https://archive.org/details/furthur2013 ... d.flac1644

10/6: https://archive.org/details/furthur2013 ... d.flac1644


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Post by patchthenation » Sat Oct 07, 2023 5:06 pm

Dig this Primal Dead :shock: from 10/7/66 at the Fillmore :listen

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Post by dr bakes » Sun Oct 08, 2023 4:47 pm

10/8/89 Warlocks Hampton Mothership
DDHNM!
JGB 6/30
Jazz is Dead 8/3
This Space is getting Hot
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Post by patchthenation » Sun Oct 08, 2023 7:10 pm

Some more primal Dead to wrap up your weekend! 10/8/68 at the Matrix - "Mickey and the Hartbeats" without Bob and Pig. DDHNM!



Conversely, fall tour 83 started at the Richmond Coliseum on 10/8/83. Anyone here attend? (Heads up: aud tape below)

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Post by KC.Jones » Mon Oct 09, 2023 10:06 pm

A great 1977 show for today (10/9). The first set is lovely and the second set is amazing!

McNichols Sports Arena - Denver, CO

Minglewood Blues
They Love Each Other
Cassidy
Dire Wolf
Looks Like Rain
Brown Eyed Women
Lazy Lightnin'
Supplication
Sugaree
Music Never Stopped

Samson and Delilah
Scarlet Begonias
Fire on the Mountain
Estimated Prophet
He's Gone
Truckin'
drums
Terrapin Station
Around and Around

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