Greeeeeensboro

Greeeeeensboro

Postby jonarobb » Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:08 am

Sounds like a band, a good one at that.... The jam in Slipknot is amazing....


http://www.archive.org/details/thedead2009-04-12
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby BuddhaG » Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:42 am

I think its funny how standard the Jam>Any Song has become for both Phil and Bob in their individual bands... and theres that silly little jam right into TMNS... which I'm just at the end of now. The band sounds on top of their shit... from what I can hear, Warren & Chimenti have stepped up to the plate. Everyone is listening to everyone. Life is Good.

Here comes another silly little jam into Jack Straw...

I actually kind of like the effect... makes it seem like all of the songs are being pulled out of out of a collective dream that we all had years and years ago... which is pretty much the truth...
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby BuddhaG » Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:47 am

http://www.archive.org/details/thedead2009-04-12.cmx4v

I think this source sounds better... I can't hear Phil's bass very well in either of them...
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby jck_strw » Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:58 am

Laytonco and I had an IM 'discussion' on this show today.

(11:24:48 AM) Laytonco: I dont know
(11:25:04 AM) Laytonco: This is wild sounding
(11:25:13 AM) Laytonco: Doesnt sound like the dead at all but kind of cool
(11:25:20 AM) Laytonco: Veeeerrrrrryyyy slllllooooooowwwww
(11:25:32 AM) jck_strw: i'll lend some ears to it
(11:25:51 AM) Laytonco: http://www.archive.org/details/thedead2009-04-12
(11:26:34 AM) jck_strw: certainly jammed out on a buncha songs
(11:26:38 AM) jck_strw: many over 10+ min
(11:26:50 AM) Laytonco: Checking hsf
(11:26:53 AM) Laytonco: Sounds pretty good!
(11:29:20 AM) jck_strw: no real jerry tunes, except Touch
(11:29:25 AM) Laytonco: yeah
(11:32:44 AM) jck_strw: argggh!!!
(11:32:46 AM) jck_strw: phil is singing!!!!
(11:32:55 AM) jck_strw: "my" song too.
(11:32:57 AM) jck_strw: bastard
(11:33:09 AM) Laytonco: Which song
(11:33:11 AM) jck_strw: jack straw
(11:33:16 AM) Laytonco: Oh yeah
(11:33:34 AM) jck_strw: i like warren's playing on this song
(11:34:13 AM) jck_strw: i wonder what they're charging for merch at these shows
(11:34:20 AM) Laytonco: Tshirts $150
(11:34:24 AM) jck_strw: hahaha
(11:40:18 AM) jck_strw: is that warren?
(11:40:28 AM) jck_strw: singing on HSF?
(11:41:16 AM) Laytonco: Sound like a girl
(11:41:40 AM) jck_strw: the Jack Straw was nice (minus Phil). Skipped over to HSF
(11:41:46 AM) Laytonco: Yeah
(11:41:57 AM) Laytonco: Well, it sounds good and I am sure will be great live and in person
(11:42:10 AM) Laytonco: Parking lot scene getting good reviews
(11:42:18 AM) jck_strw: do you need a ticket for that too?
(11:42:37 AM) jck_strw: i think they have VIP Shakedown tickets available
(11:47:32 AM) jck_strw: Franklin's sounds great
(11:47:39 AM) jck_strw: warren's guitar sounds really good
(11:48:18 AM) jck_strw: oh fuck
(11:48:22 AM) jck_strw: now phil's singing the damn thing
(11:48:44 AM) jck_strw: thankfully the crowd is singing loud enough it almost drowns him out
(11:51:41 AM) Laytonco: LOL
(11:51:46 AM) Laytonco: Dont like Phil vocals eh?
(11:53:12 AM) Laytonco: So what are you wearing right now?
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby Emoto » Mon Apr 13, 2009 11:31 am

I saw the Grateful Dead in North Carolina. Thirty-one years ago yesterday. :shock:

I'll give this a listen...
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby Tennessee Jedi » Mon Apr 13, 2009 11:42 am

Emoto wrote:I saw the Grateful Dead in North Carolina. Thirty-one years ago yesterday. :shock:

I'll give this a listen...

your like an old dude huh ?
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby Emoto » Mon Apr 13, 2009 11:46 am

Tennessee Jedi wrote:
Emoto wrote:I saw the Grateful Dead in North Carolina. Thirty-one years ago yesterday. :shock:

I'll give this a listen...

your like an old dude huh ?
:lol:


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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby Tennessee Jedi » Mon Apr 13, 2009 11:57 am

Emoto wrote:
Tennessee Jedi wrote:
Emoto wrote:I saw the Grateful Dead in North Carolina. Thirty-one years ago yesterday. :shock:

I'll give this a listen...

your like an old dude huh ?
:lol:


Fetch me my gin, son. 'Fore I tan your hide. :lol:

hah ha !
Enjoy the new speaker .....
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby Emoto » Mon Apr 13, 2009 12:02 pm

Tennessee Jedi wrote:
Emoto wrote:
Fetch me my gin, son. 'Fore I tan your hide. :lol:

hah ha !
Enjoy the new speaker .....
:D


Thanks. To answer your original question, yes, I am like an old dude, except much more immature. 8)
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby BuddhaG » Mon Apr 13, 2009 1:32 pm

If my ears are right, Warren sounds a lot like Brent with that slightly broken up soulful singing... anybody else hearing this?

p.s. listening to the jam from He's Gone to Touch and the boys have a fire lit up under their collective asses.
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby tigerstrat » Mon Apr 13, 2009 2:00 pm

Emoto wrote:I saw the Grateful Dead in North Carolina. Thirty-one years ago yesterday. :shock:

I'll give this a listen...


Greensboro exactly 20 years and 2 weeks ago, for me. What a great tour that was.
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby tigerstrat » Mon Apr 13, 2009 2:16 pm

BuddhaG wrote:If my ears are right, Warren sounds a lot like Brent with that slightly broken up soulful singing... anybody else hearing this?


Been hearing it ever since Warren joined Phil & Friends in 2000.

Boy, I sure hope they tighten up Estimated! Bob totally missed his opening cue, and then just kept missing cues after every single line of verse...consistently through the whole song! wth?? That's not supposed to be some sort of improvement to the arrangement, is it? Warren sounds pretty decent here- I was mostly listening to see how he did... wake up, Bob!!
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby paulee » Mon Apr 13, 2009 2:41 pm

Warren was the star of the show I think last nite....lots of dreamy extended jams out of each song, I can dig it. Bob needs to wake up....totally flubbed Estimated, which of course is one of his own! Come on BOB!

Parking lot and shakedown St. was the highlight of the night! Lots of fun.
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby amyjared » Mon Apr 13, 2009 3:15 pm

Ah, I love hearing about the shows, it's making me psyched for the Gorge, which is the only show I can catch. I remember Greensboro in '81 since I had moved to NC for High School, and we drove over to G'boro (45 min) and thought it an awesome "road trip"!

Here's the word I received from a friend at the show:

"Last night's show was life-changing. One might think that they would have a warmup tour-opener "meat n potatos" show...but no, hell no. The boys delved into some serious weirdness last night, turned it inside-out and then smoked it. When, if ever, is Warren going to stop outdoing himself? He was so incredible and tasteful...such an incredibly different role than w/ABB or Mule...but no less devastating. He led, but in a background kind of way. The core-four just created this swelling sea of ridiculousness and Haynes just peppered it with tasty lickins all night...and of course his vocals were incredible! Say what you will, but Phil and Bobby...and Billy and Mickey were just totally inspired! Chimenti played fantastic keys all night. If would be shocked if the people who were disappointed with WH getting the gig still felt that way...the people who attended Greensboro anyhow. Its going to be a hell of a circus, that tour. Anybody who's going better "tighten up there shoes!"
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Re: Greeeeeensboro

Postby golfnutt » Mon Apr 13, 2009 5:28 pm

So glad to hear the early reports, can't wait for LA show.I knew Warren would shine :lol:
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