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Booche

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    Booche reacted to bONES in Epic Covers   
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    Booche reacted to dave-O in Guns N Roses Tourdates   
    Get in the ring motherfuckers
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    Booche reacted to Esau. in Do not post in this thread, Booche   
    Kind of gives an idea what was dealing with Wednesday at 12:59 AM when I replied to ya.
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    Booche got a reaction from Esau. in Do not post in this thread, Booche   
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    Booche reacted to Northern Wish in Do not post in this thread, Booche   
    I freaking love that show. DARK STAR!!
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    Booche reacted to Esau. in Do not post in this thread, Booche   
    I was listening to second set 11/11/73. So anything was possible.
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    Booche reacted to Northern Wish in Do not post in this thread, Booche   
    Down in a hole
     

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    Booche got a reaction from Esau. in Do not post in this thread, Booche   
    You were right Esau, I was talking live versions but hotdamn if I dont positively love listening to Phil teach Unbroken Chain to the rest of the Good Ole Grateful Dead. Cant remember where/who I got this on as filler on a tape but bless their godamn hearts for eternity. 
     
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    Booche got a reaction from Esau. in Do not post in this thread, Booche   
    " Although I thought it was pretty incredible when they pulled it out finally in 95, at the same time I was disappointed because I've always felt that song would have been even better had it been played during it's prime - when it was fresh, Phil's voice was better, and Jerry was in better shape all round. " - we got to see the second one done live in Charolette. Just before we headed out on our drive I learned they did it in Philly and crunched some numbers "We might not get to see it" but luckily they did it two shows later the night Bruce Hornsby showed up unannounced. Walking in and seeing a piano onstage sent the place into pre-show mayhem. I always loved that energy swell but this was way different than anything I have come to see since. 
    I experienced my one and only out of body experience at that show. It was the second night of a three night run and we blasted through our 'supplies' the previous night, just to stay awake following the 16 hour drive from Kingston. We were already running on fumes and low supplies for night two but hot-damn if I didnt have my most meaningful connection with everything during this show. It's not killer for any of you to listen to, I rarely have, but something happened to me that show that made me question because I realized I knew nothing.
    Laugh it up all you want Fuzzballz but I was floating in the rafters while swimming through colors that came from Jerry and Phil's instruments during Scarlet Begonias. That lasted an eternity. It ended when I looked at our row and saw us. I almost collapsed when my field of vision changed to 'reality' 
    03/23/95 (Thu) Charlotte Coliseum - Charlotte, NC Set 1: Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo, Wang Dang Doodle, Cold Rain & Snow, El Paso (1), Loser, Ain't No Easy Answers, So Many Roads

    Set 2: Unbroken Chain, Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain > Corrina > Mathilda > Jam (2) > Drums > Space > Days Between > Good Lovin', E: The Weight
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    Booche reacted to Esau. in Epic Covers   
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    Booche reacted to Esau. in Do not post in this thread, Booche   
    I'm sure your talking live versions here, but the only version(s) of the song I've truly enjoyed have been the studio, Mars outtakes, as well, the acoustic demo recorded in 73. Although I thought it was pretty incredible when they pulled it out finally in 95, at the same time I was disappointed because I've always felt that song would have been even better had it been played during it's prime - when it was fresh, Phil's voice was better, and Jerry was in better shape all round.
     
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    Booche reacted to Hartamophone in Do not post in this thread, Booche   
    You're at an even 25,000 posts, brah. Shouldn't we have some kind of ceremony?
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    Booche reacted to PassedOutGuy in Do not post in this thread, Booche   
    And for this great feat.... going forward now and forever shall he be known as Farty McFartpants.
     
    Well done Farty.
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    Booche reacted to Davey Boy 2.0 in Do not post in this thread, Booche   
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    Booche got a reaction from PassedOutGuy in 26 years ago - kinda around the current time   
    Dont skimp on this one folks. Prep yo'zelves and saddle up. The transition section is ridiculous. 
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    Booche reacted to edger in Is Twiddle the Donald Trump of jambands?   
    Does that make you CNN? Hype it!
    Loving the ads popping up on this site right now as I view this content
     
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    Booche reacted to c-towns in Grateful Dead releasing 80-disc Box set of previously unreleased live shows   
    On May 13th, the band releases a new boxed set, July 1978: The Complete Recordings focused on one very prolific month from a pivotal year, during which the band also recorded their Shakedown Street LP and performed in Egypt near the Great Pyramid of Giza.
    The 12-CD set features full-concert recordings from five Midwestern shows, including performances in Kansas City, St. Paul and Omaha that have never been in circulation, as well as the band's first ever appearances at Morrison, Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre. (The complete July 8th, 1978, Red Rocks show will also be available as a separate three-CD set.) Each show in the box is drawn from the legendary Betty Boards, soundboard recordings made by the band's former engineer Betty Cantor-Jackson — July 1978: The Complete Recordings will be the first official Grateful Dead release sourced from Betty Boards master recordings. Sample the collection with this exclusive stream of "Wharf Rat" from the July 8th show.
     
    http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/hear-grateful-deads-sublime-wharf-rat-from-first-ever-red-rocks-run-20160315
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    Booche reacted to c-towns in Grateful Dead releasing 80-disc Box set of previously unreleased live shows   
    Think you can rank the years better after listening to this collection Booche?
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    Booche reacted to c-towns in Epic Covers   
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    Booche reacted to bouche in Epic Covers   
     
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    Booche got a reaction from Esau. in Dead and Allman Brothers fans are gonna wanna download this one   
    I dont know how this ever happened but I am kinda late to the party on this New Years Ever show from 1973 at San Francisco's Cow Palace. There is some great shit going on in here. I hadn't listened to the Brothers in a long fucking time, years in fact. Last week I stumbled across Govt Mule from this past New Years (loooove you NW) doing a 3 set show consisting of a first set of Dead songs, a second set of songs by The Band and a third set of Allman Brothers songs. 
    So I got an itch and then this came across my path. Synchronicity yo! 
    I am almost halfway through. Kreutzmann and Garcia have yet to join but up to the point I am at it's been excellent so there, ya dinks:
    http://exystence.net/blog/2016/02/22/the-allman-brothers-band-feat-jerry-garcia-live-at-the-cow-palace-new-years-eve-1973-2015/
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    Booche got a reaction from hamilton in Grateful Dead releasing 80-disc Box set of previously unreleased live shows   
    “I don’t present a song to the band until I have a basic rhythmic feel for it, the melody as I imagine it to be sung, and the chord changes, The thing that’s interesting about ‘Foolish Heart’ is it doesn’t have any pads in it. Nobody’s playing chords in the song. Everybody’s playing lines, and the lines hook up and tell you all you need to know about the harmonic content of the song. You don’t wonder where it’s going. It’s so beautifully designed, it’s like a clock. It’s really lovely. It surprised me it came out so interesting and so perfect and so totally its own personality. That’s the Grateful Dead in action, really.”
     
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    Booche got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in Dead & Co. Guest on The Tonight Show w/ Jimmy Fallon   
    For my money, John Mayer is the greatest thing to happen to Grateful Dead music since the Phil Lesh Quintet. I want him to stay on this scene for as long as possible. Who would have guessed this? A sausage favoring Mayer over dames! 
    I believe you saw this show Edger. I think this is totally fucking rad. 
     
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    Booche reacted to bouche in Epic Covers   
     
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