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    http://http://www.archive.org/detail...366.sbeok.shnf

    check that terrapin and the dew.... why listen to anything else. no need to answer because I dont care.

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    btw, thank's Jer. 8.9.95
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    http://http://www.archive.org/detail...366.sbeok.shnf

    check that terrapin and the dew.... why listen to anything else. no need to answer because I dont care.
    Had to do some work to get your link to link but glad I did --- not usually one to focus on much past the '77 run but your terrapin > drums > dew recommendation is really tasty.

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    My internet skills are a bit stale, glad you found it.

    I just can't stay away from that site. Too much!

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    May '77.....if that was a wine vintage, none of us would be able to afford it.

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    Probably my favorite show of all time. I remember when I wore my tape out of this show. I think it was in my car stereo for a good 9 months at one point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jm2e View Post
    May '77.....if that was a wine vintage, none of us would be able to afford it.
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    2/26/77 off that dan site, holy shit. Terrapin. That's kind.

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    3/22/90 Copp a feel on that Scarlet Fire!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    2/26/77 off that dan site, holy shit. Terrapin. That's kind.
    First Terrapin AND Estimated, and no Drums/Space. One of my favorites of all time.
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    Been dabbling in 87 lately, specifically the run at the garden in the fall. Some of those Jerry Band Lunt Fontaine shows were center cut as well.

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    LOVE that 3-22-90 Copps show. Awesome stranger, and that scarlet>fire is THE FIRE. If you listen closely you can hear Bobby shriek during the jam.

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    Just finished listening to 5-9-77, great opening version of Help->Slipknot-> Franklin's

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    This day in GD history: Springfield Creamery Benefit, 8/27/72



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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    2/26/77 off that dan site, holy shit. Terrapin. That's kind.

    2-26-1977 Rules!!!! I have show that on my iTunes, along with something like 40 gb of GD as well, that Swing Auditorium show is in my Top 10 (In my top 3 for 70's). If anyone in JH ever wants a plethora of Dead, Phish, Panic, Blues, Classic Rock, etc., etc. I always have now problem giving/trading some away. I think I have something like 450 gb of music & 850+ gb of movies/tv shows on my external hard drive all set for iTunes. It is better to have than less, I say.
    Always charging it in honor of Flyin' Ryan Hawks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    2/26/77 off that dan site, holy shit. Terrapin. That's kind.
    Plus, the Help on the Way> Slipknot!> Franklin's Tower absolutely kicks ass in that show. I think that is the opener for set #2, if I remember correctly.
    Always charging it in honor of Flyin' Ryan Hawks.

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    Thumbs up 4/7/74 tits

    http://www.archive.org/details/gd197...34.sbeok.flac1

    crisp, jerry is on top of game, turn it up, check it out......

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    Quote Originally Posted by hop View Post
    First Terrapin AND Estimated, and no Drums/Space. One of my favorites of all time.
    This one is way up there on my list too.

    Prolly something like...

    1. 8/13/75
    2. 10/10/82
    3. 2/26/77

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    I know this is going to probably get me kicked in the stones, but is there anyone else out there who really dug the tone of the boys during 1989/90? Brent was definitely my favorite on the keys and there was something about the tone they had during that period (Without a Net era) that makes my boner pop.
    "All God does is watch us and kill us when we get boring. We must never, ever be boring."

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Reverend Floater View Post
    I know this is going to probably get me kicked in the stones, but is there anyone else out there who really dug the tone of the boys during 1989/90? Brent was definitely my favorite on the keys and there was something about the tone they had during that period (Without a Net era) that makes my boner pop.
    There was a great show at RFK 1989.07.04, with an unbelievable Blow Away, one of Brent's finest. I also just grabbed a good Matrix of 1989.04.15, with a nice Terrapin in the second set.

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    Here's that Brent video: Yes, killer.

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/s...ead.php/193426

    Nothing wrong with any year GD to me, Rev. In Fall 89, Wolf came out of retirement and Jerry had a Roland synth interface installed which is responsible for a lot of that tour's sound. He started using Rosebud shortly thereafter in early '90, which was also MIDI equipped.

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    whoops, looks like that link I posted above is no good.


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