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17 hours ago, Humbolt said:

 

That's killer.. pretty new fan myself, what's your top songs? 

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5 hours ago, Pedro99 said:

That's killer.. pretty new fan myself, what's your top songs? 

Dont really have favourite songs. That clip is from a movie called Sunshine Daydream check it out its very cool. Rather i have favourite eras, early/mid 70's are the best Dead.    After that Jerry Garcia Band is awesome.  The music can be loose improv to allow for little moments, rather than favourite songs thats what i love about Jerry.  

 

60's is a bit more experimental but sometimes lacks the polish.  Dark star from Live Dead is considered seminal and i reckon represents the best from that era.

 

 

 

Mid 70's Dead

 

JGB mid 70's

 

Hooterall is a must from then too and is Jerry's best psychedelic studio work.

 

 

Early 80's getting too big but the ingenuity of migrating from one song to another is there.  Allowing for some nice jams.

 

Late 80's/ 90's mournful Jerry is the most authentic.

 

 

In the 90's side projects like with dave grisman are the best of that era because loved it. He was desperately unhappy.  Poor Jerry.

 

 

There's Jerry's Bluegrass and Folk contributions too.  He was prolific !!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Awesome, I'll check all those out one by one. Falling down the rabbit hole for sure, filling up a 128gb SD card with live shows pretty quick. Got this record in the mail the other day too, sounds unreal. 

 

 

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On 19/10/2019 at 11:34 PM, Pedro99 said:

 

 Elizabeth stopped playing guitar at age 17 for church and family reasons.  God apparently disapproved of black women playing guitar back then. 

"While working with the Seegers (a voraciously musical family that included Pete Seeger, a son of Charles from a previous marriage) she remembered her own guitar playing from 40 years prior and picked up the instrument again and relearned to play it, almost from scratch.[8]"

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holy crap.. I’m really digging this new Tame Impala. Starting to get stoked about their new album. Was a little underwhelmed with Borderline and Patience (though I still played it to death somehow.) This is more like it! :lol:

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^ i'm excited too, but that intro immediately made me think of this: :lol:

 

 

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Me too. It was so similar I initially thought it was a sample. I’ve heard Kevin Parker’s a Supertramp fan. :wink:

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