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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&fe...&v=jrPgrUMeCys

    Heres in Trance Start to finish enjoy.

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    I have the movie but I don't remember the soundtrack having all of THIS on it. Some decent groups on this!

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    Danilo Perez

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    I see Lightnin' Hopkins got a lifetime achievement award on the Grammy's. Here's my favorite Lightnin' album, Everest Records really had their ****e together as far as sound quality...

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    Joshua Bell, "Violin Adagios," CD 2
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    Jethro Tull Benefit (1970) CD -> ALAC

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    Hey chum...saw yer stuff about Blue Cheer! OutsideInside is another good one from em. Led Zep Borrowed from the tune The Hunter off there for their How Many More Times cut. It is rumored that during the taping of Vincebus Eruptum the volume was so loud that they blew the studio and went into a big cost overrun and ended up with a bunch of legal probs.

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    wasn't 'the hunter' referencing a muddy waters tune?

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    Good mornin all. Its a morning for The Great One. Went out last night about midnight to let the dog out, its 17 years old so I have to carry her, and as soon as I stepped outside went flying on my azz on the sheer glare ice from the freezing rain. Now its snowing so it stuck to the ice and not as bad. Held onto the dog, though.

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    Nanci Griffith Flyer (1994)CD -> ALAC

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    Way to save the dog. Can't wait for spring.

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    I believe the hunter was done by him first and is a cover tune on OutsideInside. I'll check the liner notes on that one!!

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    Hey dro...did that a week ago getting out of my truck in the driveway! I hate it when that happens! Glad yer pooch came away unscathed!!

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    Plant, Now and Zen via Pandora. Man these sound good :)

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    Happy Monday! Just back from a 5 mile run. My running playlist was second set of:

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    I love the one-drummer era Grateful Dead, and Bill Kreutzmann's drumming on this show is amazing. Phil Lesh is sounding really nice on this as well. Sadly, my 1st Gen iPod Shuffle doesn't do gapless playback, so the transitions between songs were rough.

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    Hey it wasn't muddy waters but Albert King that wrote the Hunter tune! Sorry about that!

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    The Dead are one of my favs...have just about all that they ever done...Saw em three times live! Back in the day there was absolutely nothing like a Greatful Dead Concert!!

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    This is one beautiful album. It keeps growing on ya. (vinyl)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Msabot1 View Post
    The Dead are one of my favs...have just about all that they ever done...Saw em three times live! Back in the day there was absolutely nothing like a Greatful Dead Concert!!
    used to be the official start of summer was when the boys announced their upcoming tour dates!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdpeck View Post
    ...I love the one-drummer era Grateful Dead, and Bill Kreutzmann's drumming on this show is amazing. Phil Lesh is sounding really nice on this as well. Sadly, my 1st Gen iPod Shuffle doesn't do gapless playback, so the transitions between songs were rough.
    ESPECIALLY on THAT show. If memory serves me right, there is a Playin> UJB> Morning Dew> UJB> Playin that is killer. I would HATE any gaps in THAT sandwich! I think they only played that exact sequence a couple times. I've had several different soundboards of that show for a long time. Does the new Dave's Picks release sound any better than the commonly circulated soundboards???
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    Quote Originally Posted by falconcry72 View Post
    ESPECIALLY on THAT show. If memory serves me right, there is a Playin> UJB> Morning Dew> UJB> Playin that is killer. I would HATE any gaps in THAT sandwich! I think they only played that exact sequence a couple times. I've had several different soundboards of that show for a long time. Does the new Dave's Picks release sound any better than the commonly circulated soundboards???
    My plan was to listen to that exact part of the show on my run, so the abrupt gaps in the transitions, were painful. Also, I ran for almost 50 minutes, and started listening to the beginning of disc two, so I only got through Playin>UJB>Morning Dew>partial Playin. before I got back. I've never heard the soundboards for this show, so can't comment on if the Dave's Picks release sounds better, but it sounds really good. I've read some reviews that say Bob is too low in the mix. He isn't prominent, but there is good seperation and I can hear him fine if I listen somewhat carefully. To my ears the mix is really well balanced and very dynamic. I was noticing this morning how Phil gets some really loud bombs in there, but also plays quietly as well. I'm thrilled with the sound, but again can't compare it to the soundboards. My wife gave me a subscription to all of the Dave's Picks releases for 2013 as a Christmas present. I haven't heard any of the previous ones either, but this one is really nice. Good luck finding a copy for a decent price though as dead.net is sold out.

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    Frank Zappa/The Mothers...The Grand Wazoo (cd)
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    scar tissue, RHCP,
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    More from the Great One. Playing this on a Cherry Wood tonearm I just put on an old Thorens TD150. Made an armboard out of Corian, sounds pretty sweet.

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    The Cramps: Stay Sick.

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    Pink Floyd...Music From The Film More (cd)
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    Nice haul ya got Paul.
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