Oh well, I still have plenty of Dick's Picks to choose from! I'm looking forward to some recommendations from you folks; thanks again for starting this thread.
Here's a show that might change your outlook of the cowboy songs, and wonder if The Grateful Dead could have become a country band. Some really great takes on songs that I thought were familiar! This was a brand new sound to me. June 28, Veteran's Auditorium. Garcia sticks to the pedal steel for a handful of tunes, gazing up at all of the treble coming from Pigpen's organ.
Bob's voice is full and they are really enjoying themselves. I've been on the early-Dead kick lately. Without A Net has a great version. Definitely not the only great version out there, but I had the discs playing last night. This compilation of live recordings from Fall and Spring has always sounded great to me. I was 12 at the time and my cousins and a couple of older friends wanted to take me with them to RFK.
Of course my Mom said no way. I got the Without a Net double disc with my hard earned money as a consolation prize. The first Dead I ever bought was Dead Set on cassette. Wore them out. My Mom made the comment once that "Rhythm Devils" sounded like putting sneakers in the dryer. That has always stuck with me. I think that is when I realized how infinite rhythm really is. BTW, I love the sound of sneakers in the dryer! True, but also check out the current version of the ABB.
With Derek Trucks in the band they have the biggest jazz inflected sound in their history. Check out the recent live double disc, One Way Out- his solo in Desdemona is intense, free and extraordinary, to these ears. Ok, back to the Dead discussion Yeah, the Dead store is always more expensive for things like that.
It does seem like they're not putting out new copies of this. Awhile back I thought I heard another similar sort of songs-across-eras box was in the works, though there were never any hard confirmations from reliable sources. They are coming to the Minnesota State Fair, and I am there with bells on!
I am a huge Derek Trucks fan, so I can't wait to see them. After cruising around the ABB website to find who is currently in the band, i made my way over to Truck's website. The Derek Trucks Band has a new double live disc out, but it is only available on iTunes and via web order for the real discs. I think I will have to purchase this album.
They cover Rahsaan and Wayne Shorter, which should be really interesting. The "So Many Roads" box set is fantastic. I highly recommend that every Dead fan pick this one up. This one is one of my favorites! Anyone else with post-Dick's Picks 20 recommendations, keep em coming! I've added 28 to my list. Posted 30 Jun edited. I came to the Dead pretty late in my musical journey. In the confusion, my uncle grabbed the gold, And we high-tailed it down to Mexico.
I love those cowboys, I love their gold, I loved my uncle, God rest his soul, Taught me good, Lord, Taught me all I know Taught me so well, I grabbed that gold And I left his dead ass there by the side of the road. Jerry Garcia Jerry Garcia. Bob Weir Bob Weir. Bill Kreutzmann Bill Kreutzmann. It appears your browser does not have it turned on. Please see your browser settings for this feature. EMBED for wordpress. Want more? Advanced embedding details, examples, and help!
Publication date check for other copies Topics Live concert. For more details see dead. Firstly, love the playlist. Bobby is just beginning to play those China Cat riffs he later came to embed within Bertha. This might be the quintessential Jack Straw of all time. Please listen to Jerry hit the opening line I can't remember him at the mike for that opening line since it was rearranged after ' Again, Keith makes it work well. Vocals are blended well and solidly played from the first note.
Keith also makes Minglewood memorable. That pair of Jacks. Minglewood is a great portion hello Phil. Tennessee Jed is also well played. Take a listen. TOO want played a lot in'77 and I enjoyed this version as we prepare for the home stretch. I also disagree about Row Jimmy -- there's nothing really special about this version compared to others from 77 or for that matter, Bertha is quite strong, though -- check out Keith's lightly arpeggiated chord right after, "Ran into a rainstorm.
I'm not wild about the early second set playlist, but the Other One to the end is all killer. Not quite 5 stars IMO. Phish Powered by Phish. American Babies. Andrew Bird. Animal Collective. Animal Liberation Orchestra. Aquarium Rescue Unit. Assembly of Dust. Barefoot Manner. Bela Fleck and the Flecktones.
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Jerry Garcia Jerry Garcia. Bob Weir Bob Weir. Bill Kreutzmann Bill Kreutzmann. Phil Lesh Phil Lesh. Mickey Hart Mickey Hart. Robert Hunter Robert Hunter. Tom Constanten Tom Constanten.May 21, · Grateful Dead /5/21 - Civic Center, Lakeland, FL 80 2. Set 1: Bertha, Me and My Uncle, They Love Each Other, Cassidy, Jack-A-Roe, Jack Straw, Tennessee Jed.