jackr wrote:That is a HUGE claim to be made on this forum. I suspect you will meet a lot of resistance.
Here is my critic from just the one video I watched.
They were very tight - way too tight be compared to the dead. The dead was tight but in a much "looser" way, if that makes any sense. It was more of a feel then controlled arrangements.
the musicians are very good, but in a much more technical way. not melodic and emotional as the dead.
the dead had a chemistry that can only be provided by the mix of Jerry , bobby, and phil (pigpen) etc. No other band can create what they had without them. It was a unique. I can go on...
Also you may have not seen Jerry or the Dead live which puts you in a different perspective because the "ORA" (for the lack of a better word) that they had especially Jerry can not be translated to the next generation. A poor way to relate it is I would compare Jerry's "ora" to that of Trey from Phish or Lowell George of Little Feat. All different oras but in order to be compared to the dead that element must be there.
That being said:
I liked that this band created their own unique chemistry. this is definitely a band that I would like to see live. I really liked it and will keep an eye on them. I would like to know more about them as they are excellent. Anyway THANK YOU for sharing that.
That is a HUGE claim to be made on this forum. I suspect you will meet a lot of resistance.
paulinnc wrote:I agree, however I think the word you are looking for is "aura."
caspersvapors wrote: I think they are totally like the Grateful Dead were in the late 60s.
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