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  posted on 3/31/2009 at 03:01 AM
Hey folks.
Here is a little clip i uploaded of Uncle Johns Band from tonight at Roseland. Click HD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLryAkIS3U0

Our guy, the Iron Man Warren Haynes fit quite nicely. He even did his best to channel some of the sounds of Jerry. Not that he has to. No ensemble of Dead members will ever get near what would go down when JG was alive. Weir redeemed himself from his brutal performance on Saturday night. I saw GD around 200x and felt the Weir/Lesh guest spot was the pretty much my least favorite of the 8 shows i went to. Warren should just sing the Jerry tunes, if they MUST do Jerry tunes, which i personally feel should not be done- but hey, im not in the band.
Its in HD, its very nice, as you may have seen a few of the Brothers vids i shot this magnificent Beacon run. They are all very nice.

I will let you know that over the next few weeks i will be putting up STELLAR footage of the Allmans from the Beacon. Non-guest stuff- pure Allmans- the stuff that electrifies us, from any song with a womans name to the INCREDIBLE new tune which some are calling Orpheo that blew me away from Row F on 3/17- SICK moments that i have watched here in the house. And not seen by many others- and its a different flavor than Moogis- its SUPERLIVE and we love it. The night i had Row AA on 3/27, i shot incredible stuff including the Les Brers which may have provided for me the single greatest 3 mins (last 3 of the tune) of the entire 15 show run , 8 live, and saw 7 on wonderful Moogis.
I do not make a penny from doing this- just able to re-live it and share it. I never upload bunches of one show (which clipnabbers steal and distribute DVDs), nor do i put them on etree or anything like that. It is solely for our enjoyment.

Ok, goodnight



[Edited on 3/31/2009 by LazyLightning24]

 
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  posted on 3/31/2009 at 04:40 AM
Tonight's Dead show at Roseland was great.

I am tired so I won't write much but they were great. They were together
musically. They sang beautifully both separately and together. They played
beautifully too. (Man that Jeff guy has it.) They even looked like they were
having fun up there. I think I am in love with Bobby. Really. When he is
connected to the audience and the music, he is a joy to see. He was playing
around toward the end of the show and that is when I was won over and fell in
love. The looks on people's faces were so joyous and wonderful. People were
smiling and really really happy. I think the fans have a very close facsimile
to the band they loved oh so long ago. Of course I don't pick things apart.
And I don't know the music to a T, but I think people were happy and the band
was happy and I felt like the music was oh so fine and sweet and it stood on
it's own without any false embellishments. If that is how everything was before
it went wrong, well then the dead heads have their band back.

Really, I was totally surprised at how great they sounded. Plus as I said, I am in love with Bobby. He sang great at Roseland not one spoken singing word. Not one. He sang and he even reached with his voice and he was great and he was having fun. He made one mistake and then got a little upset and sort of acknowledged it, but this girl she threw him a kiss and he smiled and he caught it and he got right back on track and continued to sing his heart out. Really, I like his voice when he sings. He is very romantic when he sings some of those tender sweet songs. I am in love with him now and that is that. Don't speak bad about Bobby if I am around.


Anyway, people were so happy they were using the space like it was intended. They danced their behinds off. It was so nice to see so many people with smiles and grooving to the music. It was a great fun night and one I will always remember.

Warren was so great tonight too. He looked great and he sounded much better than he had in quite a while. I think the differences in the musical style and approach is a good challenge for him and I think it is great for him to be a part of this particular band where he doesn't have to take charge but can just be a part of the groove of it. And integral groove of course but still part of the whole.

It really struck me tonight how different from the Mule or ABB the Dead music is. It is just lighter and more freeing in some ways. I don't think I could make it my only diet, but it a nice contrast to the dueling guitar heavy beat thing. Neither is bad, but they are so different I can see why some fans can't cross over.

Anyway, I am now officially looking forward to the Dead tour. Life is good.

 

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  posted on 3/31/2009 at 04:40 AM
BTW, thanks LL for the video.

 

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  posted on 3/31/2009 at 08:00 AM
Nice.

I'm looking forward to the Nassau Coliseum show on April 24th.

 

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  posted on 3/31/2009 at 08:11 AM
setlist?

 

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  posted on 3/31/2009 at 08:44 AM
Free The Dead
March 30, 2009
Various Locations: New York, NY

Phil, Bobby, & Warren Acoustic - Angel Orensanz
Dire Wolf
Birdsong
Cumberland Blues
Pride of Cucamonga
Lazy River Road
Casey Jones
E: Ripple

Full Band - Electric
Blender Theatre @ Gramercy
Jam>
Playing In The Band>
Good Lovin'>
The Wheel>
Franklin's Tower
E: Touch Of Grey

Full Band - Electric
Roseland Ballroom
Althea
Cassidy
Uncle John's Band
Eyes Of The World
St. Stephen>
Dark Star>
Sugar Magnolia
Not Fade Away

Full Band: Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart,
Bill Kreutzmann, Bob Weir,
Jeff Chimenti, Warren Haynes

[Edited on 3/31/2009 by darkstarlarry]

 

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  posted on 3/31/2009 at 08:46 AM
Wow!

Thanks

 

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  posted on 3/31/2009 at 08:47 AM
Thanks for setlist!

Looks like fun

 

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  posted on 3/31/2009 at 10:28 AM
quote:
Tonight's Dead show at Roseland was great.

I am tired so I won't write much but they were great. They were together
musically. They sang beautifully both separately and together. They played
beautifully too. (Man that Jeff guy has it.) They even looked like they were
having fun up there. I think I am in love with Bobby. Really. When he is
connected to the audience and the music, he is a joy to see. He was playing
around toward the end of the show and that is when I was won over and fell in
love. The looks on people's faces were so joyous and wonderful. People were
smiling and really really happy. I think the fans have a very close facsimile
to the band they loved oh so long ago. Of course I don't pick things apart.
And I don't know the music to a T, but I think people were happy and the band
was happy and I felt like the music was oh so fine and sweet and it stood on
it's own without any false embellishments. If that is how everything was before
it went wrong, well then the dead heads have their band back.

Really, I was totally surprised at how great they sounded. Plus as I said, I am in love with Bobby. He sang great at Roseland not one spoken singing word. Not one. He sang and he even reached with his voice and he was great and he was having fun. He made one mistake and then got a little upset and sort of acknowledged it, but this girl she threw him a kiss and he smiled and he caught it and he got right back on track and continued to sing his heart out. Really, I like his voice when he sings. He is very romantic when he sings some of those tender sweet songs. I am in love with him now and that is that. Don't speak bad about Bobby if I am around.


Anyway, people were so happy they were using the space like it was intended. They danced their behinds off. It was so nice to see so many people with smiles and grooving to the music. It was a great fun night and one I will always remember.

Warren was so great tonight too. He looked great and he sounded much better than he had in quite a while. I think the differences in the musical style and approach is a good challenge for him and I think it is great for him to be a part of this particular band where he doesn't have to take charge but can just be a part of the groove of it. And integral groove of course but still part of the whole.

It really struck me tonight how different from the Mule or ABB the Dead music is. It is just lighter and more freeing in some ways. I don't think I could make it my only diet, but it a nice contrast to the dueling guitar heavy beat thing. Neither is bad, but they are so different I can see why some fans can't cross over.

Anyway, I am now officially looking forward to the Dead tour. Life is good.




I think Bobby is fine, until he opens his mouth and starts singing. He can sing his own songs to a certain extent, but he is terrible singing Jerry Garcia songs. You may disagree and have your own opinion, but I have seen Bobby live probably about 25 times or so and never cared for his voice even when he was in his prime. Now he just sings either out of tune or just speaks the words.

He should at least just leave the lead vocals on the Jerry tunes to Warren Haynes. For him to continue to butcher beautiful songs like 'Sugaree' while Warren is right up there on the stage just makes zero sense to me. Personally, I would rather see Phil & Friends than the Dead even with Warren in the band if Bob is gonna do most of the lead vocals. Just my two cents.

 

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Warren was so great tonight too. He looked great and he sounded much better than he had in quite a while.
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Did you watch the Beacon run at all???? I wasn't there but find it hard to believe that Warren sounded much better than he did over the last three weeks.

 

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  posted on 3/31/2009 at 04:14 PM

http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=523853

Roseland, NYC 3/30/09

Setlist:
Althea
Cassidy
Uncle John's Band
Eyes Of The World...
St Stephen>
Dark Star>
Sugar Magnolia

encore:
Not Fade Away

 

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  posted on 3/31/2009 at 04:15 PM
Thanks for the video lazylightning24 .
 

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  posted on 4/1/2009 at 12:56 AM
The Blender THeatre show on etree - http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=523869

 

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