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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMP View Post
    my only real WTF moment was Bobby singing Dear Prudence. Dear Bobby, Please, no. Sincerely, MMP
    That was totally uncalled for

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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    That was totally uncalled for
    me or Bobby?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer Drinker View Post
    Well duh...

    Chicago was fire. Trey killed it.

    Ill catch the CO Dead and Co. show.

    I guess Lesh is out, because the bladder cancer thing?

    If anyone has not watched The Other One on Netflix, do so now.
    Phil just burned the Cap to the ground. He is kicking that cancer in the ballsack. Cancer? Take a Lap beater.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8OzlASQdRU

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMP View Post
    me or Bobby?
    Bobby, he has no business singing Dear Prudence

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMP View Post
    Phil just burned the Cap to the ground.
    I was there for the Halloween weekend and heard the fire, it sounded like this:

    dark star>voodoo child>dark star

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    stanley jordan huh. Phil just has it going on so much. I've probably said it here before, but a buddy commented that seeing Furthur was like taking a sunday drive and Phil's bands are like driving in the indy 500.

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    we were joking that weekend, 'i'll see your John Mayer and raise you a Stanley Jordan'

    It's all good, the heads that stopped going because Jerry died are just depriving themselves of hearing the music we love performed live by great musicians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    we were joking that weekend, 'i'll see your John Mayer and raise you a Stanley Jordan'

    It's all good, the heads that stopped going because Jerry died are just depriving themselves of hearing the music we love performed live by great musicians.

    I agree! Some great musicians playing this music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer Drinker View Post
    Well duh...
    As someone who tries to see the best in people, I'm constantly disappointed.

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    spaulding!
    ha

    and the band plays on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMP View Post
    Phil just burned the Cap to the ground. He is kicking that cancer in the ballsack. Cancer? Take a Lap beater.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8OzlASQdRU
    Damn. Now THAT is hot. Those guys play fluid, deep, and wavy jams with plenty of interplay and improvisation.

    BTW - how does Stanley Jordan still look like he's 30?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Damn. Now THAT is hot. Those guys play fluid, deep, and wavy jams with plenty of interplay and improvisation.

    BTW - how does Stanley Jordan still look like he's 30?
    ^
    Clean living! He is apparently a total health nut. Was telling MMP earlier that what I have listened to of these recent show with Stanley are just incredible. Phil's voice is a little rough, understandably, and you can tell the rehearsal time is limited but the improv jams are silly good.

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    Dead and Company.

    And he does it with a different pick up team all the time. Check out the shows from last weekend, old school.

    Would love to go to terrapin crossroads for a home stand
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    Go!

    It's fun. Saw Phil with Graham and Jeff Chimenti and crew a few months back. Phil is killing it.

    Listened to 11/6-7 shows today. That lineup rips.

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    DSO ripped it up at the wellmont last night with the 3/10/81 msg show, monster setlist, from the rapid opening licks of half step you knew it was a high speed Coke show! Seems like this garden theme is really working for me right now. Tarrytown later this month.
    Dance party baby!

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    ^^nice! Got a two fer DSO week coming up. Boston and Portland.

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    Thoroughly enjoyed the dance party in Atlanta last night. Head hurts today! Hand't been to anything but a DSO show since The Dead in 2007 or so. Tons of fun! St. Stephen, Uncle John's, Franklins, lots of boxes checked. Good Times!
    "Can't you see..."

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    DSO in Boston tonight. Show #2500 for them which is incredible. They crushed it as per. Huge Morning Dew

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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    we were joking that weekend, 'i'll see your John Mayer and raise you a Stanley Jordan'

    It's all good, the heads that stopped going because Jerry died are just depriving themselves of hearing the music we love performed live by great musicians.
    Saw Dead & Co last night in Minneapolis. Really, really fun. Seen a bunch of iterations over the years (Phil, Furthur, Ratdog, DSO, Russo) and this was the closest to the "real" thing (and honestly far better than many of the mid-80s and early 90 shows I saw).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sullywhacker View Post
    Saw Dead & Co last night in Minneapolis. Really, really fun. Seen a bunch of iterations over the years (Phil, Furthur, Ratdog, DSO, Russo) and this was the closest to the "real" thing (and honestly far better than many of the mid-80s and early 90 shows I saw).
    Nice to hear. Seems like this group has things moving in the right direction. From what I've seen and heard from my couch and over my stereo, I'm not wildly into Mayer but the whole pkg seems good. John M certainly did his homework though! While his solos haven't intrigued me his lead while not soloing has been really fun. Oteil is the real deal.

    Tempted to find a show if they continue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schwerty View Post
    While his solos haven't intrigued me his lead while not soloing has been really fun. Oteil is the real deal.

    Tempted to find a show if they continue.
    I hear you on Mayer but in listening to his first show in Albany and then a couple following shows and then seeing him Saturday night, he seems to be growing by leaps and bounds >> his stuff on Scarlet at the Mpls show was choice (http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=583545. And Oteil is most definitely the real deal.

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    The technology never ceases to amaze me, or more likely I'm just old. Seemed in college, you'd go to a show, and MAYBE 3 months later and god knows how many generations off the original you could get maybe a set of the show you went too. TDK or maxwell.

    Now you have video the next day. We heard rumors of poeople having snipits of super 8 or this amazing new technology DVD...
    "Can't you see..."

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    Tarry town now brewing up a late eighties masterpiece so far

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    Sure sounded like a butta show but original set list

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    Dead and Company.

    Hard they have been playing exceptionally well.

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