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Dannydread

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Submissions

1
Looks Like Rain
May 26, 1977
Baltimore Civic Center

Donna and Bobby sound great together while Jers guitar provides the rain.
1
Little Red Rooster
March 3, 1981
Cleveland Music Hall

Brent take s a nice solo on the B3- good stuff.
1
Friend of the Devil
March 9, 1977
RACEWAY

listen to godchaux slay the middle 8!!
2
Sunrise
Dec. 29, 1977
Winterland Arena

Donna sounds wonderful and the Winterland heads are loving the show.
4
I Know You Rider
Nov. 3, 1965
Golden State Studios

Listen the slammin rythym on this early gem

Comments

Truckin'
Feb. 5, 1978
Uni Dome, U of Northern Iowa

I like it..I enjoy the 78 sound,its more rough around the edges and rocks a bit more than 77..I judge truckin by the lyrics(no flubs) and the peak during the jam- both are bang on..Also love the train whistle at the start.
He's Gone
Sept. 21, 1972
The Spectrum

Certainly deserves more than 19votes, its better than a lot of the top tier versions on here..
Truckin'
Oct. 19, 1974
Winterland Arena

A wicked Truckin sandwich,i think its my first one,but i love the Grateful Dead movie soundtrack..Also it makes a massive difference when Keiths piano is miked and mixed right,it brings a whole heap of difference to me when you can actually hear what hes doing,hes a hell of a pianist..+1
Eyes Of The World
Sept. 28, 1976
Onondaga County War Memorial

Epic - whole bands on fire..1976 is gettin a lot of hype at the moment ,going off what ive heard recently id say rightly so..this is a heavy-version..Im liking the jam that follows.
Dark Star
June 30, 1973
Universal Amphitheatre

DS 67-Glad you enjoyed it ,man- its a nice one- 11/11 is still king of 73 for my likings