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

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

Post by Chuckster » Tue Apr 02, 2024 10:44 pm

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

Post by patchthenation » Thu Apr 04, 2024 7:37 pm

I saw a comment that stated "Phil is 2nd set dead whereas Ratdog was 1st set Dead." Let's do it.

Ratdog 4/4/98 in Atlantic City:



Phil and Friends 4/4/02 in Denver:

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

Post by Nycdave » Thu Apr 04, 2024 9:09 pm

patchthenation wrote:
Thu Apr 04, 2024 7:37 pm
I saw a comment that stated "Phil is 2nd set dead whereas Ratdog was 1st set Dead."
Though it’s a bit silly, I’m all in favor of comparing /contrasting Furthur, Dead & Co, Phil & Friends, Ratdog, Wolf Bros, Billy & the Kids, etc.
That said, IMHO none of these other groups are comparable to the Grateful Dead. Mostly because Jerry does not play with any of these others. YMMV.

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

Post by dr bakes » Thu Apr 04, 2024 9:41 pm

Nycdave wrote:
Thu Apr 04, 2024 9:09 pm
patchthenation wrote:
Thu Apr 04, 2024 7:37 pm
I saw a comment that stated "Phil is 2nd set dead whereas Ratdog was 1st set Dead."
Though it’s a bit silly, I’m all in favor of comparing /contrasting Furthur, Dead & Co, Phil & Friends, Ratdog, Wolf Bros, Billy & the Kids, etc.
That said, IMHO none of these other groups are comparable to the Grateful Dead. Mostly because Jerry does not play with any of these others. YMMV.
I concur, but what I want to know why Phil and Jerry swapped sides? At the 82 show Cameron
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Re: Dead-A-Day: On This Day in GD-Land

Post by Nycdave » Thu Apr 04, 2024 10:04 pm

dr bakes wrote:
Thu Apr 04, 2024 9:41 pm
I concur, but what I want to know why Phil and Jerry swapped sides? At the 82 show Cameron
Or how bout folks playing different instruments.
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Re: Dead-A-Day: On This Day in GD-Land

Post by dr bakes » Fri Apr 05, 2024 2:23 pm

Jerry the Drummer
Which is interesting because on the Garcia album Jerry plays everything but Drumz
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Re: Dead-A-Day: On This Day in GD-Land

Post by SunshineSue » Fri Apr 05, 2024 2:54 pm

34 years ago today was the start of my only home town run, two nights at Ann Arbor's Crisler Arena, right after Michigan won the NCAA basketball tournament. It was a great month!! Both shows were fantastic, I don't think I can pick a favorite, though the Terrapin Station the first night was sure a major highlight. Good times!! :listen :dance


4/5/1989:




4/6/1989:


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

Post by patchthenation » Sat Apr 06, 2024 6:12 pm

Couple shows with lesser-known nuggets today: Phil and Friends 4/6/02 from Veil alongside Ratdog 4/6/01 in Asheville. Ratdog's rarity Welcome to the World in early set 2; Phil plays Acadian Driftwood and Lay of the Sunflower, which have become more sparsely-played in recent years. Both feature Grate setlists and playing. Both contain a Beatles song. :listen :guitarred

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Phil:

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Re: HAPPY IRVINE MEADOWS DAY

Post by patchthenation » Thu Apr 11, 2024 10:14 am

Missed this one on the 40th anniversary, shout out to Swami
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Celebrating the anniversary of my favorite show - 4/7/1984 Irvine Meadows. If you've never heard it and decide to check it out, steer clear of the SBD (unless there's been a recent upgrade) in favor of an AUD. The SBD has some audio flaws and doesn't properly capture the incredible vibe of this show. Lesh was nothing less than a god that night, and Weir was hitting that whammy bar as hard as ever. Garcia explores the deepest depths of space and time during Space-Spanish Jam. I could go on and on, but for fans of this period in the band's history, there is nothing not to like about this show.
GEMS 2019 sbd: https://archive.org/details/gd1984-04-0 ... S.flac1648

Aud: https://archive.org/details/gd1984-04-0 ... ott.flac16

Dig some Legion of Mary from 4/11/75 at the Tower Theater:

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

Post by patchthenation » Fri Apr 12, 2024 6:40 pm

Cripsy Legion of Mary board, 4/12/75 at the Masonic Temple in Scranton :listen

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