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Grateful Dead June 11, 1976
Boston Music Hall Boston, MA | Listen on archive
Nice standalone fun jam in the middle!
Slow and passionate off the bat and the jam is simply devine!!
7Dancin' in the Streets
You know in the first drum beats you are in for a serious treat. Cannot beat 76' Dancin' versions :)
Fun version with a sick Eyes->Stella sandwiched in. Hot stuff
13Eyes Of The World
Another great version from '76.
Sweet and sultry. Perfect all the way throughout. A sublime crescendo that sneaks up and blows me away. I'm left with the chills.
jerry goes for a swim. Far out
Try it, you'll like it. Slow, delicate, and nuanced, A+ HiDef Betty-board. You can hear a pin drop.
5Looks Like Rain
Wonderful Bobby and Donna Vocals with a nice guitar throughout by Jerry. Beautiful and heartfelt.
3Lazy Lightnin' -> Supplication
I want a double dose
2Might As Well
New C.Miller cleanup (10/17) brings in the love. Brilliant show opener with everything '76 has to offer: Hot mellow, lyricisms, and DJG at her best.
2It Must Have Been The Roses
If you've passed by this show, you're missing out a sweetheart of a Roses here. Check out the new C.Miller clean pane of glass in the window.
1Brown Eyed Women
Beautifully cleaned up version up now showcases the tight ensemble playing here. Bobby's tone is crystal clear and his fills are a treat to hear.
1The Music Never Stopped
Baffling that this isn't here yet. Perfect tight ensemble playing, exhuberence and one idea flowing into another. Great recent C.Miller cleanup too.
2Samson and Delilah
Ballsy strut. Donna and Bobby are perfectly in sync, the mix is great, and Jerry's on fire. Check out the Miller cleanup.
1Johnny B. Goode
MORE COWBELL! (And some very tight, blistering rock, sweet ensemble vocals, and good times for everyone after a great great show.)
If you know this smooth customer of a show, you know how drynamic [yes, I typed that] and user friendly this TJ is. An always welcome visitor.