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    Here here with the Knockin. Besides the beautiful vocals, Jerry's playing is spot on. Re check out from the 7:14 minute part to about the 8:11 minute mark, some of the greatest guitar playing I have ever heard. And as we both know, there is a lot of spectacular playing of his to chose from.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrygonguitar View Post
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    Here here with the Knockin. Besides the beautiful vocals, Jerry's playing is spot on. Re check out from the 7:14 minute part to about the 8:11 minute mark, some of the greatest guitar playing I have ever heard. And as we both know, there is a lot of spectacular playing of his to chose from.
    I totally agree. He was in "The Jerry Zone" that night and on that song. Listen to the crowd reaction--they knew they were hearing greatness!

    I am having a tough time moving off of this album and this song in particular!

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    Here you go. If folks could continue to send the Professor kind words to pass along to the Captain, I would be most appreciative!

    First off I want to tell you all how much I value and appreciate your requests and comments! I wish I could play every one! I can't, but here's one I can, this week a request for a show from Hartford CT, back in 1983 - and this is a very very fine show.. We'll listen to the first set this week - this set is so good even the Day Job is a Keeper!!!

    Grateful Dead
    Hartford Civic Center
    Hartford, CT.
    October 15, 1983

    Tuning->
    Feel Like a Stranger
    Direwolf
    Minglewood Blues
    Brown Eyed Women
    Wang Dang Doodle
    Big Railroad Blues
    Let it Grow->
    Day Job

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod100909.mp3

    My thanks to those of you who are able to support the Deadpod - and to everyone who picks it up and enjoys hearing the boys!!!
    Have a wonderful week, my friends!



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    Cool Welcome

    WELCOME TO BBOS LET'S HAVE SOME FUN NOW!!!!

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    Hmmmmm......interesting set list Lou. I like it, well except for the "LIG". That song just isn't right without Donna.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrygonguitar View Post
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    Hmmmmm......interesting set list Lou. I like it, well except for the "LIG". That song just isn't right without Donna.
    Agreed.

    Have a Grate weekend!

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    Here is this week's Deadpod.

    Speaking of Bob Weir, I have come to the conclusion that Bob is really an acquired taste, much along the line of Brent. When I was younger, I often found his songs (and monologues/interludes) to be a bit whiny, but I think I now appreciate the wisdom in his words and lyrics more fully now. Of course, this is purely a personal take, and your thoughts may very well vary!

    This week we get to listen to one of the best second sets that the band produced in 1983.. Each of these songs individually is played with a verve that will bring a smile to your face, but the totality, as is often the case with the Dead, is much more than the beauty of the individual songs.
    I could tell you how much I enjoy this particular china->rider, or the wonderful Space into the best St. Stephen of the last three the band played, but I'd rather you simply enjoy this set and the joy that I hope it brings you...

    Grateful Dead
    Hartford Civic Center
    Hartford, CT.
    October 15, 1983

    set 2:
    China Cat-> 6:17.47
    I Know You Rider 7:26.39
    Playing in the Band-> 16:03.70
    China Doll-> 7:55.08
    Drums-> 8:44.38
    Space-> 9:44.16
    Saint Stephen-> 7:52.60
    Throwing Stones-> 9:02.12
    Saturday Night 4:43.08
    encore:
    Brokedown Palace 5:53.00

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod101609.mp3

    thanks for picking us up - and for your support my friends.

    PS Happy Birthday Bobby Weir!

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    I too have acquired the sound of Bob. Love his voiceleading his techniques he uses. Another thing great is he seems to have time for everybody. Last year when Ratdog came to Orlando he was kind enough to take his picture with me and answered a couple of questions I asked about the San Fran Acid Tests in late 65 and 66. Cool stuff

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