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  1. Last time they sang together (duet) was in 1994 apparently.
  2. One of the weirder Dark Stars, 26 mins and trippy. Miami Arena - 1989-10-26 Set 1 Foolish Heart Little Red Rooster Stagger Lee Me And My Uncle -> Big River % Brown Eyed Women Victim Or The Crime -> Don't Ease Me In Set 2 Estimated Prophet -> Blow Away Dark Star -> Drums -> Space -> The Wheel -> All Along The Watchtower -> Stella Blue -> Not Fade Away Encore And We Bid You Good Night https://archive.org/details/gd1989-10-26.sbd.walker-scotton.miller.83428.sbeok.flac16/gd89-10-26d2t04.flac
  3. Grateful Dead Capitol Theater 1971-02-18 First Wharf Rat, and only version of the "Beautiful Jam" (transition from WF back into DS). Dark Star > Wharf Rat* > Dark Star https://archive.org/details/gd71-02-18.sbd.orf.107.sbeok.shnf
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    Epic Covers

    Black Crowes - Oh sweet nuthin'
  5. For me, The Grateful Dead hit those heights at a few different times through-out the years. Different line-ups, new tech, shifting social attitudes, drug addiction etc playing part in the evolution reaching those heights, for better and/or for worse. Forced to chose my favourite era I'd go with 69-72. Choosing a single point in time or even single year is impossible for me.
  6. Well said. I kind of forgot about stuff like that. He did move around a lot at times. Band was always on it.
  7. You're right about which album tour it was. Shades was released in July 91, and the show was in the November. One set was electric, and the other acoustic. The acoustic set had tracks from Shades and Seven Turns. Also Jeff came out for Apolitical Blues according to setlist.fm and Feat-base says the same. Though neither mention Dickie and Warren, but I swear they came out during Dixie Chicken. I swore Jeff played on that too though. Perhaps my memory isn't serving me right after-all. [edit to add] Jeff and Warren played on Dixie Chicken according to the comment from 2002 at the bottom of page on the show here: https://www.allmanbrothersband.com/11&year=1991
  8. Saw Jeff many times, always blew me away. One time at Maple Leaf Gardens - Allman Brothers (1990 or 91 - Seven Turns tour) with Little Feat opening. Jeff came out with Dickie and Warren (I believe) and played with Little Feat for their encore. Dixie Chicken if my memory serves me right. So much guitar awesomeness. I remember seeing Alvin Youngblood Hart at the Horseshoe, and after his first set I turned to go to the bar and walked right into Jeff - literally, face first into his chest. He was a lot bigger of a guy then I would have guessed. Got to chat it up with him and his wife, bought them a beer and we talked about blues music for most of the set break. Amazing talent, and really nice guy that's for sure. Thanks for the heads up on the book, looks like a good read.
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    For Star Wars fans

    https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-48142765
  10. I have a lot of rehearsals/outtakes from 'Desire' and that era, but I don't think I have this version. Can't wait for the boxset.
  11. Esau.

    Epic Covers

    Blackbird in Mi'kmaq
  12. I'd imagine so. I just shared the first article I saw on my feed mentioning cancellation.
  13. https://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/story/news/local/2019/04/29/woodstock-50-cancellation-argument/3616705002/
  14. https://www.cnn.com/style/article/a-clockwork-orange-sequel-scli-gbr-intl
  15. 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
  16. Esau.

    Epic Covers

    A short but cool clip/cover. Doesn't feel like seven years since he passed. Opening of the PBS show "Great Drives" .
  17. 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.
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