Dead & Company Live at Wrigley Field on 2019-06-15
- Live concert
- Dead & Company
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|friend of the devil|
|new speedway boogie|
|help on the way|
|standing on the moon|
|one saturday night|
- 2019-06-16 07:18:49
- 10'H, 500'C Left of sbd, mounted to Taper Flip Sennheiser me66s (ortf)> Sound Devices mixpre6 @ 24bit/96hz > CD Wave > TLH
- Chicago, Ill.
- Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader 1.6.4
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- taper jon
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- Wrigley Field
Subject: Excellent Show
I need to know if there's gonna be an upload of the previous night's show-- the St. Stephen into the Eleven was magic!
Also, as a comment to the uploader:
Your formatting is pretty messy. Nothing is capitalized and song names aren't spelled right; when I download this to my computer it is downloaded as a different album for each song instead of all being compacted into one (not all the uploads do this). I think that a cleaner job would benefit not only the thousands of people listening to this recording you've uploaded (which sounds awesome, by the way) but also your personal archive skills.
Thanks for the upload!
Subject: How True- "zenm00n"
I've been listening to the Grateful Dead since I was 13yrs. old, circa;1976. ;) Saw my first show Halloween, 1979- Nassau Coliseum, LI, NY. After listening to the recently posted Y.T. video- of "Sugaree", ("D & C" Summer Tour - 2019...), I WENT ONLINE AND BOUGHT 2- TIX. TO THE HALLOWEEN SHOW @ MSG, NYC, - 40yrs to the day/date of my "First Ever", - AND I HAVE EVERY REASON TO BE 'PSYCHED'-
BIG TIME !!!!! I Simply DON'T AGREE WITH
"AoxomoxoA's" review here, or overall, respectively. The way I see it, where 'WE-are", IS, exactly where "Weir" supposed to be. As an ENTRENCHED 'DEAD HEAD' of 40+ YEARS, I am DELIGHTED BY THE NEW-FOUND ENERGY that has resulted in 'The Raising of "Dead & Co.". THE CREATIVE PROCESS OF IMPROVISED JAMS that has always made this group what they are IS BACK!!! AND THEY SOUND BETTER THAN THEY HAVE IN TOO MANY YEARS. If Garcia isn't "channeling" himself THROUGH MAYER'S FINGERS, then ya' just gotta' believe he's truly got "...nothin' left ta' do but SMILE, SMILE, SMILE!!!" And ANYONE WHO ISN'T LISTENING, THEY'RE MISSING "THE RIVER, SING[ING] SWEET SONG'S..." that are ROCKIN' THE SOULS once again. Folks CAN'T KEEP LOOKING BACKWARDS. BOBBY'S PLAYING REALLY WELL. AND THE REALIZATION OF HOW MUCH HIS RHYTHM HAD BEEN OVERSHADOWED BY GARCIA'S LEADS IS NOW APPARENT. Without Bobby, the VERY SOUND of the Band wouldn't happen. This has become most noticeable with the advent of mp3 players and the crispness of digital recording.
I am just SO HAPPY TO HEAR GOOD OLE' GRATEFUL DEAD TUNES BEING PUT 'OUT-THERE' ONCE AGAIN. IT'S AS GOOD AS IT'S EVER BEEN, AND THE NATURAL WAY IN WHICH THE NEWLY ADDED MINSTRELS HAVE ADAPTED, MAKES "DEAD & Co." THE NEXT CHAPTER OF THE LARGER STORY...... BE GRATEFUL !!!!!!
.....SO- now 5-days post MSG-Show, 10-31-19, and 'Dead & Co.' played a 'Good' show at The Garden ON HALLOWEEN, at least. (Haven't read set lists from 11/1- yet, or heard anything either...). Honestly, nothing jumps out as particularly surprising or unusual (to me) about the concert. Perhaps the first set closer, "Terrapin", began with the ANTICIPATION of something unique, but then the song kind-of ended rather abruptly, instead of meandering a bit beyond the lyrics. And just before leaving the stage, Mickey 'gave Oteil his (Rythm-Devils) Horns. And a humorous 'Horning' of sorts took place before the break lights came up. Being a 'middle-aged', life-long NY'er, one can become a bit unphased by Madison Square Garden. But it does have an intimate grandeur unlike any other concert hall, to be sure. Yes, it IS, for some reason, one of THE premiere places to see ANY show. And is most often the 'hall' of choice when a band plays multiple concerts in the 'tri-state' area. Thursday night was no exception.
Subject: Not a soundboard
Subject: Perfect show
Subject: Great show!
Subject: Thank you!
Subject: Worth seeing?
Subject: Why they are worth seeing.
The tempo issue is highly exaggerated especially on this tour. And I honestly think that bands like JRAD has given people a distorted view of tempo and GD music.
So to me this is by far the best post Dead figuration. And actually I have seen here and there that quite a few long time haters of the band has changed their mind recently. So to me it seems very understandable that more and more people go to their concerts.
Subject: Don't get it
Subject: Great Recording of an Interesting Show
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