ugly rumor wrote:That really makes me feel great, Tom! I'm the reason you quit playing Morning Dew? Whew, I must have been worse than I thought!
Counterstriker wrote:Wow guys! This is such a big help! I'm really getting alot out of what you're saying. I am gonna start listening to the earlier Dead stuff, pre 70s. I really like Jerry's blues stuff from that Era. I've picked up quite a few licks from Listening to some old Mr. Charlies and Hard to Handles with the long Jams.
I'm going to go start downloading some Live archive shows from the earlier years, I have probably 50+ live concerts from the 80's to 95.
As far as 65 -70's era what are some show's that I should have in my Itunes library?
Really guys thanks!
JonnyBoy wrote:Scoop up Boston Mass 4-23-1969 at The Ark, I believe, I could be wrong about the venue name, but not the date and city. Its a good recording considering the age. Garage Band Dead, I love it. That was a killer time in their career and a killer time for music in general.
You are heading the right direction, keep on truckin!
dleonard wrote:I'm assuming that you're talking about Jerry's lick while Bob sings "seems like the least i could do"
I can't figure out how to do this tab on the tab creator. But, it's the A and C notes of a regular old A chord on the 2nd fret, then slide down to the Ab(using same strings the whole time), then chromatically up to the B chord, where that little lick ends.
Counterstriker wrote:That's not the lick I mean but that is an awsome lick i would also love to know. The one I'm talking about almost sounds like a scale exercise but I can't seem to get it.
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