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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by TheFreak55, Apr 9, 2015.
What's floor price?
The back of the floor is 139 for Truist before Ticketmaster fingers you
I really enjoy the studio versions of Golden Road, Born Cross Eyed, Cream Puff War and Dark Star
Thanks for coming to my red talk
Got two tickets upstairs at Truist for $59, which is $75 after fees. There were tons of tickets available.
Favorite studio songs: Althea, Lost Sailor, FOTM, Pride of Cucamongs
Cream Puff is such a jam. Honestly wish more ppl covered it, I've seen Panic do it twice
Once in a while you get shown the light, in the strangest of places when you look at it right.
Althea my favorite studio dead song. Ship of Fools another good one
Mars Hotel was the first one I bought, when I first started to discover the dead. Obviously, there are many, many live Scarlett/Fire floating around, but the studio version is the first I played over and over again.
Althea is one of my favorite Dead songs regardless of recording
Only a river, when I paint my masterpiece, bird song, then ripple
Love those Tiny Desk mini sets. Excited to watch that one.
that was an awesome read.
bobby and wolf bros.' Nashville benefit sets tonight have been pretty good btw. free on nugs
Longest song in live Dead history preformed OTD. 5/21/74 - University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
46:27 continuous Playing in the Band
Hell yeah, thanks for the reminder. About to put the PNW box set on now.
Billy and Keith were really exceptional here
The band was so much better without Mickey
yeah, I've always gravitated towards the 72 - 74 shows. Their sound in those years was just so good -- sweet and pure... with mind-bending improvisation
single drummer dead is the best dead
That 89 summer tour