Yeah. 1979, the year I graduated high school. Started seeing the Dead in 1977, highly regarded as their all around best year. Especially the Cornell U. show, really hard to get your hands on recordings of it.
Dude, cut the Phishies some slack. I've never met one that didn't appreciate the Dead and like them. Many never got to see Jerry. I have met many Deadheads that despise Phish, for whatever reason. Its not a competition. I don't think the members of either band see it that way, either. There'd be no Phish without the Dead, not in the same form, anyway, and the Phish members certainly respect the hell out of the Dead. That Terrapin they did was on the anniversary of Jerry's death, a fine tribute.
They never will be. Bank on it....
Sorry, been tied up all day.
Yeah, pretty good vintage. I don't get the hostility some Deadheads have over Phish. Their not taking away from the Dead, to me anyway, they add to the culture and brand of music. I compliment them for doing their own thing. Personally, I never listened enough to Phish, and have never seen them live. I am absolutely sure I'd like them even more if I did, which, I hope to do. Same argument ive always had with folks who never saw the Dead.
Trey playing with the Dead for their 50th was great, a perfect choice. I believe it opened the eyes of a lot of Deadheads. He won over a lot of them, me included. He obviously was having a whole lot of fun, that certainly didn't hurt at all. That Standing on the Moon was great, a beautiful tune - he really did it justice. Still, I miss Jerry so much it sometimes brings a tear to my eye.
Seems to have been a weekly theme...
Yup. But, give this one a try...
That's a great tribute by Phish doing Terrapin. I believe it was on the anniversary of Jerry's death. Trey ain't Jerry, but, he's pretty damn good. I've become a fan...
Me,too. 53-6. But, I've learned to deal with stuff...
But, it was damn close to being the worst?
Maybe the B1G should make a trade with the American for Temple?
Only play 3 QTR's?
Doing my best to help you out...
It's kind of like a baby Firouri...
Herman to Texas
What about the Monday Morninger's and future Div 1 coaches?
There might be a few JT supporters that still think he is.
And, a bunch more if he doesn't get off his Bee Gee wagon...
I know. You may have missed my innuendo
For me, with the Dead, it's the live shows. There are soooo many recordings, and many have been digitally remastered. So much so that they can be defined by which era, and by which keyboard player they had. I have a large collection.
Bowie changed so much with the times, always seemingly staying a step ahead. There were some later stuff I didn't care for too much, but, some in the last ten years or so is really good.
Those are my two favorites, followed by Marley and Neil Young. I realily like String Cheese Incident and other jam bands, too. But, I like anything remarkable - and that's covers a pretty wide spread of music.
Come to think of it, maybe buck68 is a genius, as well...
I'm not sure which album I love more...
Rise and Fall of Ziggy and the Martian Spiders
Meanwhile, Northwestern or Iowa are favored to win the B1G West...
This came to mind, as well...
Eight Line Poem
Tactful cactus by your window
Surveys the prairie of your room
Mobile spins to its collision
Clara puts her head between her paws
They've opened shops down on the West Side
All the cacti find a home
But the key to the city
Is in the sun that pins the branches to the sky, oh, oh
Damn, what was the score at the half?
I agree. wtf, it would be great to understand wtb are doing. :)
So, where were the spiders? While the fly tried to break our balls. Like a leper messiah. When the kids had killed the man, I had to break up the band.
Something like that...?