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Listening to the Denmark Deadcast -- the Empire/Newcastle was great. 

 

Last night I listened to the April 14, 1972 Copenhagen show -- one of my favorites from the tour. Pigpen shined. 

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4 hours ago, worldrecordplayer said:

Seriously, I say that for everyone of these shows

 

Yeah - now I am listening to the Aarhus University from 4/16 - the most unique venue of the tour (a college cafeteria) - another favorite. Garcia's runs during El Paso are beautiful. 

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1 hour ago, worldrecordplayer said:

Switching it up from E'72, just listened to Providence 9-15-73 on Sirius. Boy, those horns sound terrible. Get me back to E'72.

 

While I was at the Weir and the Wolf Pack show in Chicago last month, I kept of thinking of the 73 horn tour. The horns sounded great - it just took 50 years or so to get it to sound right.

 

That being said, I wouldn't mind an official 73 horn show release --- I would think they would be able to clean up the sound of the boards. Or maybe they tried and it is a lost cause.

 

I got away from 72 today and listened to Dave's 34 - June 23, 1974 / Jai-Alai Fronton in Miami, Florida.

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Yeah - it's nice to finally have the whole Dark Star in the Pick. I haven't listened to that box in a long while. Gans did a good job on that one, I thought. 

 

The  Miami Jai-Alai Fronton had to be one of the funkier places the Dead has played.  From pictures it seemed so wide.

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Just looked up the University of Leeds Refectory --- didn't realize it was a place like that (or I forgot) --- very similar to the Dead's 72  Aarhus University gig (another cafeteria).

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On 4/18/2022 at 9:27 AM, calvino said:

Just looked up the University of Leeds Refectory --- didn't realize it was a place like that (or I forgot) --- very similar to the Dead's 72  Aarhus University gig (another cafeteria).

 

It is quite amazing that one of the greatest live albums of all time was recorded in a cafeteria. 

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