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darkstar67

Jerry G

+1957


Submissions

2
Sugaree
July 27, 1973
Grand Prix Racecourse

Early Sugaree
1
Tennessee Jed
July 27, 1973
Grand Prix Racecourse

Keith with those flourishes
2
The Seven
Oct. 8, 1968
The Matrix

If you like The Seven
5
Not Fade Away
June 19, 1976
Capitol Theatre

Phil
3
Around and Around
June 19, 1976
Capitol Theatre

Sneaky good

Comments

The Eleven
Feb. 22, 1969
Dream Bowl

The venue sounds like an ad for a product you'd see in High Times. This is a fav show for me. Very likely on my top 20 list of desert island shows. The set list is like something I'd put together myself for '69 if given my ultimate Dead druthers. Jerry serves as a never ending fountain of ideas throughout this 11.
Oh Boy
April 6, 1971
Manhattan Center

Always really liked the song by Mason Jennings as well; if that's the influence behind your tag line.
Oh Boy
April 6, 1971
Manhattan Center

Great version of Hog. It's certainly not a boar hog eye jam but it's pretty funky and worth a listen.
Oh Boy
April 6, 1971
Manhattan Center

Great post beatboy1975. Great recommend. Jerry makes this Oh Boy. Apparently this is first Oh Boy and last Hog for You.
Alligator
Feb. 24, 1968
Kings Beach Bowl

Alligator>Caution is simply amazing. Excellent example of the group mind they seemed to possess at times. It's as if each band member is playing their own instrument and every other instrument in terms of the way Jer drives Billy, drives Bobby, drives Billy to push Jerry. And so on. It's as if each of them can influence all the others while also feeding off the others' influence. And all at the same time. This is some amazing early Dead. I can think of a bunch of you who should get DP 22 if you don't already (Cat, Cuc and Crow). Just to name a few.