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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    So, where were yall today in 95?

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    Bobby was playing with Rat Dog in my hometown. My wife was "wicked" pregnant so we didn't buy tics. We went down and hung out in the back lot of the casino ballroom with a shitton of other deadheads and as many cops. The cops were prepared for a riot and everyone just sat and hung peacefully burning candles and listening to Bobby. It was wonderful and horrible all at the same time.

    I'll never forget how many yrs Jerry has been gone as my first son was born in '95. The weird memory from that night was thinking my kid will never see the Grateful Dead play. It bummed me out.

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    Do not sleep on TDIGDH 83
    Its a runner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
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    In the words of Jane Williamson, the Cherry Garcia visionary, You know it will sell because Dead paraphernalia always sells."

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    OMGOMGOMG, Can we actually take Donna out of the mix?

    https://www.jambase.com/article/grat...e-mixing-board
    Forum Cross Pollinator, gratuitously strident

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Bobby was playing with Rat Dog in my hometown. My wife was "wicked" pregnant so we didn't buy tics. We went down and hung out in the back lot of the casino ballroom with a shitton of other deadheads and as many cops. The cops were prepared for a riot and everyone just sat and hung peacefully burning candles and listening to Bobby. It was wonderful and horrible all at the same time.

    I'll never forget how many yrs Jerry has been gone as my first son was born in '95. The weird memory from that night was thinking my kid will never see the Grateful Dead play. It bummed me out.
    Yeah, my daughter is always asking me about the boys and it's hard to articulate the essence of the scene to an eight year old. I finally hit some sort of paydirt when I likened their concerts to going to your own birthday party several times a year, only it's everybody there's birthday and the balloons are magic. She seemed to understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    OMGOMGOMG, Can we actually take Donna out of the mix?

    https://www.jambase.com/article/grat...e-mixing-board
    Honestly, I find the Bobby hah much more annoying. Someone in the band should have stepped up and told him to give it a rest

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    Peaks n valleys

    This one always stands out
    10/12/84 Augusta

    Love reading reviews - take them all with a grain of salt - not much for the this was my firsts show dude . But when a fine critical examination pops up its worth noting -
    Jerry has entered the fozzie bear choking on a hot dog vocals period
    Smoking show

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Peaks n valleys

    This one always stands out
    10/12/84 Augusta

    Love reading reviews - take them all with a grain of salt - not much for the this was my firsts show dude …. But when a fine critical examination pops up it’s worth noting -
    “ Jerry has entered the fozzie bear choking on a hot dog vocals period “
    Smoking show
    Augusta was the last show I saw until the '91 Boston shows, and that voice was part of the reason I gave it up

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    An alternative history in which "Rob" McKernan was an original member?

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    I decided to mix it up with my listening and jump into the 90’s era… glad I did with this show. 6/20/91


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    I was texting with a friend recently about how I'd noticed a fair amount of GD music being used as the baseball broadcasts on Fox went to commercial, figured there had to be some Deadheads in the truck. He sent me this link. Couple years old, but interesting backstory - not sure if it's been posted before, so...

    https://relix.com/articles/detail/de...es-and-nascar/

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    The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.

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    Happy Halloween fellow Deadheads. Here's a vertical flight of JGB.








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    The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.

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    Branford Marsalis was such an amazing sit in addition to the Dead, some of my favorite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singlecross View Post
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    Hampton 89 was definitely the best I saw (I put New Year's shows in their own category) but I don't think for a minute that was the boys at their best. 77-78 or 70-72, IMO.
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    I came across an interview of Bob Dylan when he was asked about playing with the boys and this quote stood out -

    Dylan certainly had a unique view of Deadheads from the stage, and he takes some time in his book to analyse the differences in crowds between them and a band like The Rolling Stones. “There is a big difference in the types of women that you see from the stage when you are with the Stones compared to the Dead,” Dylan says. “With the Stones, it’s like being at a porno convention. With the Dead, it’s more like the women you see by the river in the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou? Free-floating, snaky and slithering like in a typical daydream. Thousands of them.”

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    The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.

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