|Show||Grateful Dead 5-14-74 University of Montana, Adams Field House, Missoula, Montana|
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Adams Field House
Univ. of Montana
Source: MSR > cassette > DAT > CD-R >TAE>shn
02 Me & My Uncle
04 Black Throated Wind
05 Scarlet Begonias>
06 It Must Have Been The Roses
07 Jack Straw
08 Tennessee Jed
09 Mexicali Blues
11 Big River
12 Brown Eyed Women
01 Playing In The Band
02 US Blues
03 El Paso
04 Row Jimmy
01 Weather Report Suite Prelude>
02 Weather Report Suite Part 1>
03 Let It Grow>
04 Dark Star>
05 China //Doll
06 Promised Land
07 Not Fade Away>
08 Going Down The Road Feeling Bad
09 One More Saturday Night
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|Size||1.045 GB (1121828695 Bytes)|
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|Passing this one along. This is a great sounding show. Thanks to Dub Irie who originally posted this elsewhere. KA
|Legend has it that someone threw a bottle at Jerry this night.
|I though Bobby got HIT with the infamous bottle.Can anybody shed some light on this?
|Thank you for sharing, been wanting this one for...oh 10 years or more now, i originally recieved it as a retread from overseas, oh i'm so happy we're in the digi age :)
|This is one of my favorite 74 shows. The second set is so wonderful, esp the very psychedelic DS into China Doll. Mmmm...
|Great show indeed.
Has anybody seen the clips of the kids from the Paul Green School of Rock playing Dead stuff? It's worth a look. Here's a link:
|Is this the one where Playin' is 45 minutes long?
|"Is this the one where Playin' is 45 minutes long?"
No, I think you are looking for 5-21-74.
|Fantastic show. Glad to see it here!
|5-21-74 Seattle, Hec Edmundsen Pavilion, University of Washignton (my alma mater) is definitely the 45 minute Playin'. For a long time, the only part that circulated (analog days) was a pretty crappy audience of the Playin'.
|My 15th birthday. Thanks! Thought I had most of the good '74 sbds. Will look forward to hearing this. And sharing this.
|WOW! a show from 74 that I don't already own! I can't wait to hear this show!!!
|Hometown show. The only one. Too bad it was 5 years before I was born. Oh well, thanks for sharing. I only had an mp3 copy of this fantastic show. One of my favorite 74's even disconsidering my geographical bias.
|This is a fantastic recording. 1st set is extremely tight (god I love early scarlets...they sound so excited to play it). The Playing is a definite keeper (even with the gawdawful Donna screetching at the very end). Row Jimmy is gorgeous.
|this is a great show - and I agree about the early Scarlets - they were so fun and funky!
for a show with everything the '74 Dead had to offer, everyone should check out the recent Cow Palace 3-23-74 torrent (click the convenient link below!)
I can't believe only 250 folks have grabbed this amazing Cow Palace recording, which featured the first Scarlet and the first Cassidy:
it's way more fun to listen to than Dick's Picks 24 - it's the best pre-retirement audience recording I've ever heard - yes, it's even better than 8-6-71, the show commonly regarded as the best audience ever...
get it folks - and crank it up - you won't be sorry!!
|ahhh yay!!! I love Spring 74. To me, this seems like the most underground Dead era, in that its never mentioned, seeded, talked about... anything. I never knew they even played in the Spring until i checked out Deadbase one time just for the heck of it. I like it because its got the 74 vibe, but without all the dissonant spacey stuff that they got infested with during the Fall/Europe tour.
but for some reason, this is only going at like 4kbs for me, when ive got up to 400kbs capability??? I dont get it. Also, 11/4/79 just crapped out on me too, so if someone could hop on that, that would be excedingly super mad awesome. Help me get off my Phish kick and back on Dead!!! haha
thank you to everyone
|You think October is dissonant? I think it's the prettiest, most melodic month. Of course, June is the richest...
Legend has it that someone threw a bottle at Jerry this night.
i heard that this is the only montana show they ever did--apparently they were pretty upset with the crowd and vowed to never return. anyone know any truth to this?
thanks for the up, kingalobar!
|Can someone re host thankz