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Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland CA
1. Big Boy Pete
2. Dire Wolf
3. Little red rooster
4. Brown eyed women
5. Me & my uncle >>
6. Mexicali blues
7. Ramble on rose
8. Looks like rain >>
9. Might as well
10. Shakedown Street >>
1. Crazy Fingers >>
2. Playin' in the band >>
3. She belongs to me >>
4. drums >>
5. space >>
6. The Other One >>
7. Wharf rat >>
8. Playin' in the band >>
9. Gimme some lovin' >>
10. Midnight Hour
11. Walkin' the Dog
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|Size||770.86 MB (808307485 Bytes)|
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|When Mr Townshend requests, I respond!
I'm just listening to this show, so my comments are brief. Big Boy Pete is fun. Jerry seems wired during the whole show, there are a lot of notes coming at us. The rest of the band works with that well, so the second set in particular has an energy befitting Jerry's leads.
|Steve - a couple shows ago you asked for some suggestions for future seeding projects that might interest you. How 'bout a Special Guest retrospective theu the entire canon. You could divide them by instrument. (all the sax players, all the guitar players, all the percussionists, Baba gets his own category!)
Thanks for all you do.
|One of my absolute favorite second sets. Shakedown has Bob funkin' out! Killer envelope filter Rhythm-Leads. Playin' is also well lead by Bob. Jerry is right there, too, but it seems Bob is havng fun.
Post Space is just too fun. Listen to Wharf Rat with headphones...you'll understand.
|That's a great idea, KYMule!
I'm also thinking about going through all the MTX sources available to us....
|Great show. Solid throughout. Usually the show I give to people who don't know The Dead. One of my favorite Shakedowns. Post space is energy laden magic.
|LOL, Thanks Steve. Another Killer show to attend!
|St. SteveSW delivers again... It's the golden era of bt.etree!
|music, more precise than gold!
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