comes a time w/ keller

comes a time w/ keller

Postby pharewellphish » Mon Sep 27, 2004 8:15 pm

anybody hear keller williams playin comes a time? its great. he leaves out the words come out like angry steam part. but its awesome. and anyone know any dead cds w/ it on it? i havent ever herd the dead play it
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Postby LazyLightnin » Thu Sep 30, 2004 2:27 pm

ive seen keller live here( cleveland) at nelsons ledges, playin w/ darkstar orchestra, and they did an acoustic version of comes a time, cause the power went out on stage. the song can be found on jerrys studio album "reflections" . im pretty sure thats the album. i have an excellant version of space>comesatime>throwing stones>gdtrfd on an '85 show. ill dig it out and give ya the date. love the song though. the version i have on tape is frickin gr8, puts most of their early versions to shame. specially the one on hundred year hall, that version sux.

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Postby LazyLightnin » Fri Oct 01, 2004 11:03 am

comes a time on 10/26/85 sundome tampa ,FL set II




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Postby pharewellphish » Sun Mar 06, 2005 8:28 pm

thanks
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Re: comes a time w/ keller

Postby jhc » Mon Mar 07, 2005 3:50 pm

pharewellphish wrote:anybody hear keller williams playin comes a time? its great. he leaves out the words come out like angry steam part. but its awesome. and anyone know any dead cds w/ it on it? i havent ever herd the dead play it


Best Come a Time (IMO of course) 5/9/77 - absolutely sublime.
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Postby BlobWeird » Thu Jul 06, 2006 12:12 pm

Dicks Picks 29 has an awesome comes a time. The solo is one of the sweetest sounding solos of all time
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Postby steve » Thu Jul 06, 2006 12:21 pm

Steppin' Out England '72 has a good version
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Postby Shaggy » Thu Jul 06, 2006 12:55 pm

Listen to the studio version on Reflections, it has that amazing guitar solo. Sounds like a cascading waterfall of timeless beauty.
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Postby tigerstrat » Thu Jul 06, 2006 3:55 pm

Haven't heard the Reflections one in a long time- I believe that's the GD in the studio posing as the JGB for that one...

Best CaT:
8/19/80 is a totally exquisite small-venue rendition with Jerry in fine voice ... with a fantastic solo, and perfectly melting outro jam...
I've seen 8/31/80's CaT highly touted, but I don't quite get it, it's kinda rough in parts... 8/26's is very pretty one I recently heard but the solo doesn't quite go over the top... neither approach 8/19's brilliance imho.

9/3/85 is a favorite of many, and has some real sweet moments and an unexpected happy turn in the solo...
the aforementioned 5/9/77 one is excellent as well.

HOLD THE PHONE: Listening to an awesome one from 5/10/80 Hartford right now!! Thunderous, sustaining intro, and the crowd goes apedookie!
OK... we have another contender from 1980, a very fine year for CaT's indeed!! The solo and the way he "whispers" into the close of it is awesome. Then some joker lights a string of firecrackers, semi-ruining the final verse. A GREAT version... omigod the outro is dream-tiffic. :smile:
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Postby jeffm725 » Tue Nov 03, 2009 12:53 pm

tigerstrat wrote:Haven't heard the Reflections one in a long time- I believe that's the GD in the studio posing as the JGB for that one...

Best CaT:
8/19/80 is a totally exquisite small-venue rendition with Jerry in fine voice ... with a fantastic solo, and perfectly melting outro jam...
I've seen 8/31/80's CaT highly touted, but I don't quite get it, it's kinda rough in parts... 8/26's is very pretty one I recently heard but the solo doesn't quite go over the top... neither approach 8/19's brilliance imho.

9/3/85 is a favorite of many, and has some real sweet moments and an unexpected happy turn in the solo...
the aforementioned 5/9/77 one is excellent as well.

HOLD THE PHONE: Listening to an awesome one from 5/10/80 Hartford right now!! Thunderous, sustaining intro, and the crowd goes apedookie!
OK... we have another contender from 1980, a very fine year for CaT's indeed!! The solo and the way he "whispers" into the close of it is awesome. Then some joker lights a string of firecrackers, semi-ruining the final verse. A GREAT version... omigod the outro is dream-tiffic. :smile:


5/10/80.......My first Dead show!..The CaT is AWESOME! We were 2 rows behind the guy who lit the firecrackers. My Dad went after him because the guy actually through them into a group of people (my dad took me to my first 4 shows, I was 12 and then 13 years old for - 5/10/80, 3/14/81, 5/11/81, 5/12/81) --
.......................................................have you heard the one about the yellow dog?
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Re: comes a time w/ keller

Postby BuddhaG » Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:10 pm

Comes a Time is definitely one of my favorite Jerry tunes. Every now and then I just crave hearing it. One of these recent occasions I found this version:

http://www.archive.org/details/gd76-07- ... sbeok.shnf

The jam at the end is beautiful!
a whole new gameball
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Postby pskept » Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:46 pm

LazyLightnin wrote:ive seen keller live here( cleveland) at nelsons ledges


still go out to the ledges? i try to go out there as much as i can.
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Postby gr8fulbluz » Tue Nov 03, 2009 4:41 pm

LazyLightnin wrote:comes a time on 10/26/85 sundome tampa ,FL set II




-Lazy


. . .




i was at that show, throwing stones right after comes a time i think?
and. . .
Daddada, I haven't seen Keller in too long. New years resolution :wink:
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