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    Sounds to me like the Deads version of Yoko in Tie dye has gotten involved

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    Could be. I don't feel like I have any real information yet, though.
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    For all you traders/downloaders there is also: http://tmnsp.net

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    Phil's archive.com response

    Last Update: November 30, 2005

    An Announcement from Phil Lesh:

    It was brought to my attention that all of the Grateful Dead shows were taken down from Archive.org right before Thanksgiving. I was not part of this decision making process and was not notified that the shows were to be pulled. I do feel that the music is the Grateful Dead's legacy and I hope that one way or another all of it is available for those who want it . I have enjoyed using Archive.org and found it invaluable during the writing of my book. I found myself being pulled back in time listening to old Grateful Dead shows while giggling with glee or feeling that ache in my heart listening to Jerry's poetic guitar and sweet voice.

    We are musicians not businessmen and have made good and bad decisions on our journey. We do love and care about our community as you helped us make the music. We could not have made this kind of music without you as you allowed us to play "without a net". Your love, trust and patience made it possible for us to try again the next show when we couldn't get that magic carpet off the ground. Your concerns have been heard and I am sure are being respectfully addressed.
    - Phil

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    Phil is a good man.
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    statement from THE DEAD (good news)


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    Phil sure mellowed out after he got the new liver. Nice to see his statement, which I think really reflects the core values of the band.

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    I don't really like having the SBDs be streaming only.
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    It figures the three with the least magic would be behind this.
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    Bobby Ace needs a shave and a head-space and timing adjustment...

    Still love the vocals on Lazy Lightning, though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobFV1
    Bobby Ace needs a shave and a head-space and timing adjustment...

    Still love the vocals on Lazy Lightning, though...
    Heh.

    I caught the original lineup of Kingfish at the Casino Arena in Asbury Park way back. The Flying Burrito Brothers opened. Wish I had a tape of that show...
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    Oh - I saw Kingfish at the Del Mar Theater on the Pacific Garden Mall in Santa Cruz, California - must have been Spring of 1976. There were two shows and i remember waiting out in front while the first show ended and we heard them playing "Battle of New Orleans" as their encore to the first show. The Del Mar was just an old time movie house on the mall - not really a concert hall but it did have a proper stage and a balcony - real old school.

    I don't remember too much of the setlist from that night. I remember they played the Marty Robbins song "Big Iron" with Bobby Ace on vocals, and my girlfeiend thought he was saying "big eye on his dick" instead of "big iron on his hip". They also did most of the Kingfish album that night, and I think a Dead tune or two,

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    I never did like Weir

    He always struck me as being very arrogant, no wonder phil can't stomach him any longer.. Whatever happened to "Once we're done with it , you can have it" attitude that Jerry had and Phil has.


    http://www.squeezeburger.com/bob.mp3

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    Oh man - I'm sorry I listened to that, but thanks for posting it anyway. Bobby sounds like all the ganja and window pane has caught up with him and beat him over the head!

    I prefer Dick's Picks to the archive stuff, but it sure is nice to have access to some of those raw, old recording.

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