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John M

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  1. Another of my favorite Dead shows. Jerry's tone and solo on Scarlett is amazing. And Fire on the Mountain - maybe the best version ever? That guitar tone!
  2. It is a short recording but maybe my favorite Dead show ever. Especially from 35:58 on. Jerry goes for it, building slowly to a frenzy from a very mellow beginning. And Phil, well Phil is just being Phil and that is always good.
  3. The sound of the bass and drums in Southampton Jan 22, 1973, both the JRK and Liriodendron remasters. Magnificent.
  4. Given the quality of your other work I cannot wait to hear this one.
  5. Sounds fantastic ! When I first heard this show I wondered if they were going into When the Levee Breaks (around 3:30 in your clip).
  6. 35 years ago today. Just about a week before Live Aid.
  7. These both sound fantastic! Thanks so much for all the great work you are doing. By the way, that little bit of avant garde piano Jones runs into around 7:43-8:00 in the Seattle 75 clip is such a great and unique moment. Around 7:52 he sounds like Prokofiev, then goes back to his more typical Rachmaninoff type romantic piano playing.
  8. Saw this a few years ago, then it got blocked. Now the audio is back. They leave the guitar in for the intro to establish the song, then the guitar is pretty well muted so you can focus on the incredible bass and drums.
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