|Poster:||Jim F||Date:||Mar 24, 2023 7:59pm|
I've enjoyed the Spring 73 shows this year, all I have left are 3/28 and 3/31. I flooded my ears in 68, 69, and 70 for two months and didn't get much Mexicali Dead in there. As for Eyes, it's fun hearing it being worked out but all my favorites seem to fall in 74: 6/16, 6/18, 7/19, 8/6, and 10/19. I may be an odd one but 7/19 might be my favorite of the year, because of its nifty entrance and little intro jam before the verse. They'd just perfected those gear shifts and they're so damn impressive.
|Poster:||Reade||Date:||Apr 1, 2023 9:21am|
|Poster:||c-freedom||Date:||Mar 24, 2023 10:09pm|
Once I get into those four West Coast Summer Shows post RFK
Those are shows that I never had on tape
Skipping tunes hits me hard in the later years for whatever reason I just can’t listen to Throwing Stones which pretty much takes out the Bobby climax for many a night.
The other issue for me is the atonal stuff in 1974
I am gonna be hard pressed to take that in with the entire show as much as I admire the big part that Ned’s Seastones has in shaping the Grateful Dead’s drums~>space return in 1977/78 until now.
if I did venture to see Dead & Co I suspect it would be Drums and space which would most get me off.
Actually Drums itself is not atonal so it is probably that transition into space that tends to blow out the pipes.
More power to anyone still out on the road
but my Grateful Dead fix now
is almost always a soundboard
and currently pre-Brent.
Dig your listening strategy!!!