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  1. #401
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    Fenway was an A tonight, hoping for an A+ Tuesday. First set acoustic dark star tonight, this ain't no cover band

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    Did they play anything else acoustic?
    StokePimpin' ain't easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Did they play anything else acoustic?
    FOTD>Dark Star>Ripple

    They came back late in set two with Dark Star out of space. Oteil sang Fire, he's da bomb

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    Never miss a Sunday show. 6/18/17 has shown that this band can provide surprises that even this embittered Head can enjoy.

    Both sets are up on YouTube.

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    Oteil on FOTM was really good, and the tempo was perfect. I'm heading to SPAC tomorrow. Any one have an extra pavilion ticket?
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Dead and Company.

    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Oteil on FOTM was really good, and the tempo was perfect. I'm heading to SPAC tomorrow. Any one have an extra pavilion ticket?
    I'll be there tomorrow with a good size crew. Just lawn tix though... Looking forward to it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer Drinker View Post
    Wait... Did you call him "Sexy Jerry"?
    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Yeah, ya like that? You can use it if you want.
    This is gold all the way around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    This is gold all the way around.
    we were using the 'sexy jerry' all weekend, he throws a lot more hip into it than Garcia ever could

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Never miss a Sunday show. 6/18/17 has shown that this band can provide surprises that even this embittered Head can enjoy.

    Both sets are up on YouTube.
    Truckin' > Fire was all time, check out the vid of Truckin to see Oteil and JM going toe 2 toe. Badass

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    Listening to the 2nd set now. For me there is still just something off with JM voice in this whole thing. It would almost be better if they threw in some funky covers of other tunes instead of staple dead/dead covers for the entire show.

    Bobby is still pretty strong for 69. Impressive.

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    ^^fair enough. his singing seems less important when in the pit and ones brain is firing on all cylinders. The jams are thick and soupy

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    Apparently Bobby still can't get Truckin' straight.

    The acoustic Dark Star -> Ripple gave me chills.

    Maybe it's just me but it seems they are repeating a lot of songs. How many shows get a BEW and Cassidy? Don't get me wrong, I love those songs, but I'd love to hear some other stuff too. I have liked the Help->Slip->??? that they've been doing.

    Ok maybe they have a pretty good repertoire. http://www.setlist.fm/stats/dead-and...17+Summer+Tour
    Putting the "core" in corporate, one turn at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    ^^fair enough. his singing seems less important when in the pit and ones brain is firing on all cylinders. The jams are thick and soupy
    No doubt! Woulda been right there with you. Did you get a deal on pit tics? That is the only way to enjoy their show in Fenway imo. Way to make it happen. I guess I pussed out!

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    ^^bought them the day tix went on sale, 'bout 160 ea with all the fees. A few years back I paid $95 to see Clapton in Boston and resigned myself to the reality of modern ticket pricing for big shows.

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    Still looking for a pav, hook this old head up!
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Still looking for a pav, hook this old head up!
    I couldn't even find one on cashortrade

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    SPAC was a fun time. Buddy got into the pavilion by someone passing back a ticket, no luck for me. Sound was really good even for the lawn. Got home at 130, faaack. Off to work...


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    Sexy Jerry?
    Accoustic dark star?

    "Can't you see..."

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    Worthy show last night in Bristol VA. 1st set kicked out with Shakedown , UJB, Minglewood, a great Althea followed by a great Peggy O, Bertha, Man/Woman

    2nd set highlight was a killer FOTM and Throwing Stone into US Blues

    Perfect weather. Everyone meshed and Oteil really has it together, nice to see him in action again

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThreeRidges View Post
    Worthy show last night in Bristol VA. 1st set kicked out with Shakedown , UJB, Minglewood, a great Althea followed by a great Peggy O, Bertha, Man/Woman

    2nd set highlight was a killer FOTM and Throwing Stone into US Blues

    Perfect weather. Everyone meshed and Oteil really has it together, nice to see him in action again
    ^^listening to it now, Uncle John's is pretty thick. killer setlist.

    SPAC was fun but didn't seem to have the punch they did on Sunday, I don't care if I ever hear a Bob Weir fronted band play Watchtower again. Bummer of it was I didn't even have to go to the bathroom when they started it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post

    SPAC was fun but didn't seem to have the punch they did on Sunday.
    Boston has better drugs?

    Watchtower eh? Hmm..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    ^^listening to it now, Uncle John's is pretty thick. killer setlist.

    SPAC was fun but didn't seem to have the punch they did on Sunday, I don't care if I ever hear a Bob Weir fronted band play Watchtower again. Bummer of it was I didn't even have to go to the bathroom when they started it.
    Second set really trailed off and lost momentum for sure.

    If you went to the bathroom you could've seen the double rainbow, which was cool.

    $17 founders tall boys sucked too.

    My son was offered every drug under the sun, which was weird, but cool because we got to get it all out in the open. The guy in front of us tried to pass him a joint about 5 times. ( he's 16 ), so... yeah.

    I'll never go to spac without pavilion tix again.

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    Dead and Company.

    SPAC was so all over the place. I had a blast, some hillbilly hippies from Tennessee, puddled me with some super clean liquid, during Bucket. The highlights were an incredible Looks Like Rain, it really was on point. the China Cat>Deal was awesome. Then the wheels fell off! Terrapin was brutal, and as stated above, Watchtower was one of the worst things I've ever heard live. Rider closer was hot, but the crowd was done by that point. The ride home was killer, XM was playing a full show from '73, which was perfect for my head space!
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    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Dead and Company.

    A wonderful moment...




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    Get the fuck out kid

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    hee hee

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