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    http://archive.org/details/gd1974-09...ler.20675.shnf

    This one is spinning on the GD Channel this morning. Been a while since I've heard it...before my time of seeing the band but it certainly lands as on of my favorites from across the pond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    I'm so addicted to Archive.org right now.
    QFT



    Meanwhile, I've been spinning my 20 year old CD of Live Dead. Perhaps this makes me a little less Core, but it's got a superb The Eleven>Lovelight. Fantastic for waking me up on the morning drive to work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jm2e View Post
    QFT



    Meanwhile, I've been spinning my 20 year old CD of Live Dead. Perhaps this makes me a little less Core, but it's got a superb The Eleven>Lovelight. Fantastic for waking me up on the morning drive to work.

    Funny , been re-acquainting myself with the Eleven lately - Love this:

    DSO - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-a93Ec9Jjs

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    This whole show rocks, and Hard to Handle stands out. Jerry starts ramping things up at the 5min mark and is off the hook by the end. I've been looping it for about 20min now.

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    on FB like Grateful Dead Hall of Fame if you haven't already, this day in history links just fill in all of the blanks!

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    Cool!

    The Daily Dose app for iPhone does the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamTRuTH View Post
    Oh my. I really don't know why I listen to anything else.

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    http://archive.org/details/gd73-06-1...174.sbeok.shnf

    One of the finest shows ever. Oh then throw in some Allmans for 3rd set and buckle up.

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    http://archive.org/details/gd1977-04...6.sbeok.flac16

    i've been enjoying this one today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spook View Post
    My my Spook, I never woulda thought you to be a Head, much less with a love for one of their all time grooviest jams (Alligator thru Cold Rain and Snow).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sullywhacker View Post
    My my Spook, I never woulda thought you to be a Head, much less with a love for one of their all time grooviest jams (Alligator thru Cold Rain and Snow).
    you haven't been paying attention. 50+ shows

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    DSO last night 3/19/73 - keeping with the 73 groove I've been on lately.

    That 73 PNE up there is just too nuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    DSO last night 3/19/73 - keeping with the 73 groove I've been on lately.

    That 73 PNE up there is just too nuts.
    I have a pristine Matrix version of that show, let me know if you want (scratch that.....need) a copy.

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    Today's contribution Madison Square Gardens, October 14, 1994

    http://archive.org/details/gd1994-10...c.83822.flac16

    Unreal Scarlet-> Fire, especially Fire. this is my favorite second set opener, and this one has got to be up there with the best. The rest of show is solid also, it is nice to get a reminder that they still had it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamTRuTH View Post
    Today's contribution Madison Square Gardens, October 14, 1994

    http://archive.org/details/gd1994-10...c.83822.flac16

    Unreal Scarlet-> Fire, especially Fire. this is my favorite second set opener, and this one has got to be up there with the best. The rest of show is solid also, it is nice to get a reminder that they still had it.
    Listening to this one at work today. Nothin' special about the aud quality but for a late '94 show its pretty damn good. MSG usually brought good nights from the boys. I'm sure I am not alone here but rarely do I listen to shows post '93. There are a few gems in '93 but usually only bits and pieces after that. This one is worth a listen. Kinda sorry I missed it!

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    yeah, the audio quality got to me. the pne show fucking rips.


    and i'm gonna sit right here until i die.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by schwerty View Post
    Listening to this one at work today. Nothin' special about the aud quality but for a late '94 show its pretty damn good. MSG usually brought good nights from the boys. I'm sure I am not alone here but rarely do I listen to shows post '93. There are a few gems in '93 but usually only bits and pieces after that. This one is worth a listen. Kinda sorry I missed it!
    I feel the same way about later shows, but this really stuck out to me. That aud recording is only ok, I have much nicer sbd version that brings out the organ work.

    Sent from my PC36100 using TGR Forums

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    Quote Originally Posted by nateski View Post
    Cool resource!

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    a nice lazy little show with a relaxed santa barbara groove (no tweakers like in oakland) that gets cooking.... http://archive.org/details/gd1974-05...k.sbeok.flac16

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamTRuTH View Post
    I have a pristine Matrix version of that show, let me know if you want (scratch that.....need) a copy.
    One Please! thank you brother! will pm.

    And for you other like aged individuals that cut their teeth in the 80's: (i'm looking at your rev)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldiZ1pNA7us

    thats the garcia i knew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nateski View Post

    awesome. they even played deep elem blues the day i was born!

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    I thought this would be a good place for this. Free Mickey Hart Band Downloads. I have seen Mickey a few times and always enjoy the show.

    http://mickeyhart.net/download

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