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  1. http://archive.org/details/gd1977-04-23.mtx.seamons.97596.sbeok.flac16

    Grateful Dead

    April 23, 1977

    Springfield MA.

    Set 1

    Sugaree

    Cassidy

    Loser

    New Minglewood Blues

    Ramble On Rose

    Me And My Uncle

    Row Jimmy

    It's All Over Now

    Scarlet Begonias ->

    Fire On The Mountain

    Set 2

    Estimated Prophet

    Bertha

    The Music Never Stopped

    Help On The Way ->

    Slipknot! ->

    Franklin's Tower ->

    Around And Around ->

    Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->

    Not Fade Away

    Encore

    One More Saturday Night

  2. I will never understand how they sold out Newark for two nights that fast for those prices. Are these people fucking nuts? I had reservations in the 70's that they were getting old. Imagine that. Mick Taylor had already left and I had Ron Wood for both events. I think Wood carries Richards on the guitar. Woodie is surely a better lead and slide player. Keith is rythm pretty much. Even in ya ya's perhaps the best guitar they ever did? Taylor was just nuts. I woulld not pay those prices to see them now. Page has aways been light years ahead of any of them. He is in a class of his own. And yes, better than Hendrix.

    It's not sold out....public on sale is manana, and there are plenty of expensive seats left.

  3. I love The Stones, they're a better studio band then a live band. The last tour pretty much sucked, Keith plays less and less while Blondie plays more and more guitar. Compare the playing in 2007 between Keith and Jimmy and Jimmy is light years ahead of him.

    They have a set of balls charging $800 for back of the arena seats.

  4. Care to give a brief review of this one? A thumbs up or down would suffice. I tried to poke someone different to provide me with a review for a change, but he said he doesn't feel comfortable writing one.

    Thanks.

    I went to youtube and searched for JB"s LZ experience.....they seem pretty damn good. I'll probably go see them in Port Chester on Nov 14th.
  5. Two sites every Deadhead or inquiring Deadheads should know about.

    1) http://archive.org/b...Dead&field=year Pick a year and they have almost every live show as well as studio rehearsals if they were in the studio that particular year.

    2) Youtube channel Voodoonola2 He has a lot of shows on video. Bootleg video with soundboard audio.

    Led Zeppelin and The Grateful Dead, my two favourite bands. I love how both bands did acoustic sets mixed in with electric (The Dead had their periods mixing in the acoustic.) Jerry and Jimmy rule!

  6. I saw it in Yonkers, the volume was low, we had to get the manager and have him tell the sound man to turn it up. He cranked it and all was well. Really nice seeing and hearing it on the big screen. The only bad part is......I'm ready to go on tour. Instead, the fckn Stones are touring. C'mon Zep, get out there and kick some ass all around the world.

  7. Nice Strider, I've been mashing and leaving the skins on forever. Tonight I'm cooking a meatloaf with mash and carrots. I'm from an Irish family, I have my grandmothers masher, to me it's the equivalent to having Jimmy's 59 Les Paul, or whatever year it was. That masher's been mashing potatoes since the 50's. Back then they made products to last, plus I always think of her when mashing.

    I'm a little obsessive when it comes to mash potatoes. Such a simple dish, yet many don't have the touch..cheers.

  8. I never thought you were giving me shit, yeah I was probably a little harsh. Sometimes I type before I think. If he's in HS, well then, he gets a pass. Now I feel bad for scolding a young buck. I'm glad there was no internet when I was in HS or college, I would have been on youtube every other day, and not for good reasons. lol

    I just ate a cheeseburger for breakfast, so I'm feeling a lot better.

    Cheers!

    My apologies to arcane29

  9. I live 4 miles from Yankee Stadium and grew up a mile from there. it's a matter of having class. Hell, I use to have season seats in the bleachers, we're not that classless in the bleachers, sure some friendly ribbing, but to come on here after a very tight game and type...hahahahaha is bush league in my book. I'm old school, take the win and say, "damn that was a crazy game, Raul came through big time" or whatever, but have some class.

    I've said my peace, I'm moving on.

    Walter's post above is exactly what I'm talking about. He has class. Although you don't agree with my original post.

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