Nutbag Poster

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Nutbag Poster

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And then there's this one. One of my favorite Dark Stars (along with 9/21/72). The one is HEAVY. The night after Jimi Hendrix died and there's death all around them ... Phil's Dad, Jerry's Mom, Janis.... they all died in a span of a few weeks. I call this one the Death Star (mostly to myself). You can actually hear the musical "time of death" before the resurrection that leads to a wake led by Pigpen. Profound shit. All kinds of cool stuff seems to happen around the equinoxes. I also consider Phish's show from 9/22/99, off in New Mexico, their most underrated ever and one of my favorites too... for those of you who go "both ways". :) Needs a SBD but it's just so solid and mature, song to song.... much like 9/21/72.

 
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CrunchBerries

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I haven't been popping in much, but I love that you guys are doing this. This is a contender for my favorite show ever.... Happy 48th!

Man I always trip on this being Keith’s rookie year. He came out swinging for the fences!
 

CrunchBerries

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And then there's this one. One of my favorite Dark Stars (along with 9/21/72). The one is HEAVY. The night after Jimi Hendrix died and there's death all around them ... Phil's Dad, Jerry's Mom, Janis.... they all died in a span of a few weeks. I call this one the Death Star (mostly to myself). You can actually hear the musical "time of death" before the resurrection that leads to a wake led by Pigpen. Profound shit. All kinds of cool stuff seems to happen around the equinoxes. I also consider Phish's show from 9/22/99, off in New Mexico, their most underrated ever and one of my favorites too... for those of you who go "both ways". :) Needs a SBD but it's just so solid and mature, song to song.... much like 9/21/72.

Go both ways. Ha!
 

injinji

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Here in a minute I'll be going down the road feeling bad. Well, going down the road anyway. The river had fell about a foot and a quarter so I felt safe to sleep at home last night. Looking at the hydrology report online this morning, I see it's come back up a foot. So as soon as I eat, it's back down to the riverhouse to play in the flood.

But I did take the time to queue this one up.


Grateful Dead 09/22/88 Madison Square Garden - New York City, NY

Set 1: Shakedown Street New Minglewood Blues Candyman Beat It On Down The Line Greatest Story Ever Told To Lay Me Down Cassidy Deal

Set 2: China Cat Sunflower I Know You Rider Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Estimated Prophet Eyes Of The World Drums I Need A Miracle Dear Mr. Fantasy Hey Jude Reprise Turn On Your Love Light

Encore: Brokedown Palace
 

injinji

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Grateful Dead 09/28/77 Paramount Northeast - Seattle, WA


Set 1: New Minglewood Blues They Love Each Other Cassidy Loser Jack Straw Tennessee Jed Passenger Peggy-O Me And My Uncle Friend Of The Devil The Music Never Stopped

Set 2: Bertha Good Lovin' Dire Wolf Estimated Prophet Eyes Of The World Drums Not Fade Away Wharf Rat Around And Around

Encore: U.S. Blues
 

injinji

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Grateful Dead 09/30/93 Boston Garden - Boston, MA


Set 1: Here Comes Sunshine Spoonful Candyman El Paso Broken Arrow Stagger Lee Easy Answers Don't Ease Me In

Set 2: Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds Wave To The Wind Crazy Fingers Estimated Prophet He's Gone Drums The Other One Wharf Rat Not Fade Away

Encore: Brokedown Palace
 

injinji

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Grateful Dead 11/04/85 The Centrum - Worcester, MA


Set 1: Alabama Getaway Promised Land It Must Have Been The Roses El Paso West LA Fadeaway New Minglewood Blues Big Railroad Blues The Music Never Stopped Might As Well

Set 2: China Cat Sunflower I Know You Rider Playin' In The Band Terrapin Station Drums The Wheel Truckin' Wharf Rat Sugar Magnolia

Encore: U.S. Blues
 

CrunchBerries

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Grateful Dead 11/04/85 The Centrum - Worcester, MA


Set 1: Alabama Getaway Promised Land It Must Have Been The Roses El Paso West LA Fadeaway New Minglewood Blues Big Railroad Blues The Music Never Stopped Might As Well

Set 2: China Cat Sunflower I Know You Rider Playin' In The Band Terrapin Station Drums The Wheel Truckin' Wharf Rat Sugar Magnolia

Encore: U.S. Blues
The set list listed doesn’t match up with the recording. This is 11-5-85. Think I still have this one on tape.
 

injinji

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Grateful Dead 10/08/84 The Centrum - Worcester, MA


Set 1: Iko Iko Beat It On Down The Line Candyman C.C. Rider Bird Song Lazy Lightnin' Supplication Deal

Set 2: Terrapin Station Samson And Delilah I Just Wanna Make Love To You I Need A Miracle Drums Truckin' Wharf Rat Not Fade Away

Encore: U.S. Blues
 

CrunchBerries

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it ain't over til Donna sings
People always give Donna shit but she contributed a feminine energy that worked on a lot of songs. Yes her Playin screams make me cringe at times, but on songs like LL Rain, Tomorrow is Forever, He’s Gone etc she really adds a lot. With that said, some of my favorite shows from that era have Donna low in the mix and she not really missed. She is the one who had the balls to step up to Jerry and tell him that Keith was their next piano player. Had she not done that who knows what type of parallel universe we would be living in now. AA86F525-30C3-4A79-BD8E-F19F4D601E75.png
 

kovidkough

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People always give Donna shit but she contributed a feminine energy that worked on a lot of songs. Yes her Playin screams make me cringe at times, but on songs like LL Rain, Tomorrow is Forever, He’s Gone etc she really adds a lot. With that said, some of my favorite shows from that era have Donna low in the mix and she not really missed. She is the one who had the balls to step up to Jerry and tell him that Keith was their next piano player. Had she not done that who knows what type of parallel universe we would be living in now. View attachment 4715788
honestly I only say her name for the reaction
 
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