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  2. Great set. https://archive.org/details/gd1969-04-23.sbd.miller.88501.sbeok.flac16 Grateful Dead Live at The Ark on 1969-04-23 CM SBD Set 1: d1t01 - Introduction d1t02 - He Was A Friend Of Mine d1t03 - Dark Star -> d1t04 - St. Stephen -> d1t05 - It's A Sin -> d1t06 - St. Stephen -> d1t07 - Cryptical Envelopment -> d1t08 - Drums -> d1t09 - The Other One -> d1t10 - Cryptical Envelopment -> d1t11 - Sittin' On Top Of The World -> d1t12 - Turn On Your Lovelight Set 2: d2t01 - Morning Dew d2t02 - Hard To Handle d2t03 - Doin' That Rag d2t04 - Alligator -> d2t05 - Drums -> d2t06 - Jam -> d2t07 - The Eleven -> d2t08 - Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) -> d2t09 - Feedback -> d2t10 - And We Bid You Good Night Encore: d3t01 - Not Fade Away tease d3t02 - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
  3. I hear the Foreigner cover band only has one original member left. Kudos.
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  5. Also there’s a Paul McCartney tribute act this year, which mystifies me. Will he play only post-Beatles material? Will he play Beatles material but with a non-Beatles themed backing band? Did they only have the budget for 1/4 of a Beatles tribute? All actual questions that I have. Edit: I Googled it. The guy aims to recreate a Paul McCartney show, playing solo and Wings material as well as Beatles tunes. So there’s that.
  6. When they announced the lineup and had the ticket onsale date set for weeks in advance I was suspicious. When does that happen?!?! Well, seems like they are having problems down there. The Black Keys have pulled out, the fest doesn't have the proper permits yet, and now they've postponed the ticket sales. https://consequenceofsound.net/2019/04/woodstock-50-ticket-postponement/
  7. Booche

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    Celebrated Easter with DaveyBoy 2.0 and Catphish. Porch dwellers with hockey and tunes. At one point their playlist offered the Infamous Stringdusters doing Midnight Moonlight > Bathtub Gin jam. I fucking love that band.
  8. It’s a Wednesday to Saturday, evening start on the weeknights, late afternoon start on the Saturday. Single day tickets are fifty bucks (!), full passes are ninety-five. I remain confused by the viability of this, but as I said before, God bless ‘em. https://nostalgiafestival.ca/
  9. Booche

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    I have always felt this cover helped define the final version of the Dead
  10. Esau.

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    A short but cool clip/cover. Doesn't feel like seven years since he passed. Opening of the PBS show "Great Drives" .
  11. Yeah, I didn't know that he had stopped talking at shows again.
  12. I'm far more bothered by non stop talkers, and cologne/perfume at shows to be honest. Though, I'm also usually too into the show to worry about taking pics, or what other people are doing around me (except non-stop talking). But, if I was a entertainer on stage all the time, and doing 100+ shows a year, I'm sure I'd be sick of seeing it too, so I get his point. Personally, I turn my phone off pretty much anytime I'm in a small or crowded public place, like a bus, a store I'll be more than 5 minutes in, hospital, venue or even a corner bar. The most interesting thing for me about all this is, it's the first time in two years he addressed the audience.
  13. I agree 100% edger. That Jack White show last year where no phones were allowed inside was such a breath of fresh air. I can see it becoming standard for a lot of shows. Okay, maybe that's more "hope" than anything, but either way yeah, I'm with you on this.
  14. No photos allowed! I'm personally fine with this policy. Just be there folks. Although I do appreciate looking back on others sweet photos. I'd say for the most part though if you are in the audience, I don't really want to have the show obstructed by your phone screen. What do the rest of you guys think? I'm usually so into a show that I wouldn't remember to take photos even if I wanted to. Any rate...Bob expressed his discontent https://www.msn.com/en-ca/entertainment/celebrity/bob-dylan-is-not-a-fan-of-you-taking-his-photo-onstage/ar-BBW38kT?ocid=spartandhp
  15. Toronto's Do Right Music & Exclaim host incredible label showcase at CMW Do Right Music & Exclaim! Present Do Right Music Showcase at CMW featuring: The Soul Motivators Tush Alister Johnson Rogue Tenant DJ John Kong + Guest: The Brooks Thursday, May 9th, 2019 Supermarket - 268 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON Doors: 7pm / 19+ Tickets: $15 CMW wristbands accepted (subject to capacity) Tickets on sale now: Eventbrite & Soundscapes RSVP on Facebook -- Looking for the funkiest dance party at CMW? Look no further than Do Right Music’s label showcase, happening Thursday May 9 at Supermarket in Kensington Market. This special double-headliner night brings together longtime Do Right funk staples The Soul Motivators with up-and-coming live disco dance outfit Tush, acclaimed electronic/house DJ/producer Alister Johnson and Toronto art-rockers Rogue Tenant. With label boss DJ John Kong spinning tunes in between sets, the dancefloor is guaranteed to be burning all night long! -- The Soul Motivators The Soul Motivators are a premier funk outfit based in Toronto. A staple of the Canadian funk scene, the Motivators blend 70s funk, modern soul, psychedelic grooves, breakbeats to provide a fresh take on a classic sound. Since the release of their explosive 2015 full-length debut Free to Believe (Do Right Music), The Soul Motivators have tirelessly toured to bring their high-octane live show to the masses. The Soul Motivators recently released their newest EP Mindblastin', featuring powerhouse frontwoman Shahi Teruko who has been touring with the band for the past two years. They have electrified crowds at Toronto Jazz Festival, The Pan American Games, TEDx. Radio DJs around the world including Craig Charles of BBC Radio 6 have embraced their uniquely Canadian funk sound. Tush Powered by Kamilah Apong and Jamie Kidd, Tush is a Toronto-based band that has rapidly gained a reputation as one of the city’s best live dance acts. More grit than glam, their music searches for the rawness, vulnerability, and intimacy of the dancefloor experience. Their acclaimed debut EP do you feel excited? (Do Right Music) deliciously criss-crosses between electro funk, cosmic disco, and house and has been playlisted by DJs from the underground club scenes. Their high-energy live set has captured hearts and minds on some of the best local festival stages such as the Toronto Jazz Festival, Pride Toronto, Beaches Jazz Festival, and Toronto International Film Festival. Alister Johnson Alister Johnson’s obsession with discovering and manipulating new and unfamiliar sounds has made him one of the most dynamic producers in the city. His diverse production CV has included the Polaris-nominated future-soul of Zaki Ibrahim, hip-hop fusion group Grand Analog, the soul-jazz sounds of Sacha Williamson, as well as engineering the techno-soul of Dinamo Azari’s album Estranged. He is also a staple of the Toronto DJ community, producing hip-hop and disco re-edits under his Catalist moniker, and has commanded decks as far afield as Germany, London, and South Africa. Rogue Tenant Rogue Tenant is an art rock band from Toronto that started as a vehicle for the songwriting of Patrick Grant (Twist, Skydome Hotel). Their music is a dynamic and rhythm heavy take on the college rock of The Silver Jews and Yo La Tengo, with nods to post rock and late 70s art punk. They have shared the stage over the past two years with the likes of Wreckless Eric, USA Out Of Vietnam, The Goon Sax, Kal Marks, and Media Jeweler.
  16. nice you've been trying to convince me to book him for years! see you there!
  17. I have their first record. They definitely love The Yardbirds and electric blues, etc. I heard they broke up last year, unfortunately.
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