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 #48867  by paulee
 Fri Sep 05, 2008 10:56 pm
Wondering...anyone out there ..have any insight as to where "Without a Net" was taken from (venues)....the cd liner says october '89 thru april 90....California shows?

 #48878  by Dozin
 Sat Sep 06, 2008 3:53 am
I was at the Nassau LLR. The thunder, lightning and rain effects were awesome. A very high energy show, one of my favorite. All three nights were smoking.

Set 1:
Cold Rain & Snow,
Minglewood Blues,
Easy To Love You,
High Time,
Queen Jane Approximately,
Loose Lucy,
Cassidy,
Deal

Set 2:
Foolish Heart,
Looks Like Rain,
Cumberland Blues,
The Weight,
Hey Pocky Way,
Drums-> Jam->
The Other One->
Wharf Rat->
Good Lovin',

E: Revolution

 #48881  by bodiddley
 Sat Sep 06, 2008 8:08 am
That 3-28-90 show is a favorite Brent show of mine. He owns it. Check out the "Hey Pocky"!

 #48882  by pappypgh
 Sat Sep 06, 2008 8:26 am
Thanks for the Wiki link, Captain! I was at the Cassidy & 1/2-Step. That Copps Coliseum show was great, too!!

 #48883  by Tennessee Jedi
 Sat Sep 06, 2008 8:31 am
Cali schmally ...
The whole disc is East Coast ...
The band is light as a feather ...could it be any more loose than that ?The Band was definitely on a upswing during this time.
I love the recordings but many friends have said they dont care for it.Crisp.
Underrated I think.You never hear it mentioned in the same sentence as Live Dead or E 72.
Brent just kicks ass too.The singing the playing is top notch.
You can really hear how the band leans on Brent during the Help/Slip.He does all the Garcia riffs.
I always go to Blues for Allah for learning the Jerry Parts because the Without a Net's version has Brent playing a lot of Jerry riffs.Its cool,The album reflects the impact on the band Brent had.
After Brent died it was never the same for me.
If he hadnt died the band might have had many more great years of playing.



:smile:

 #48892  by paulee
 Sat Sep 06, 2008 9:57 am
Thanks guys....

....and I hear ya Tennessee Jedi!...much agreed.

 #48901  by tigerstrat
 Sat Sep 06, 2008 11:06 am
Tennessee Jedi wrote:You never hear it mentioned in the same sentence as Live Dead or E 72.
I would put it in a league with E72, but not Live Dead, which for me is the absolute pinnacle, untouchable, at least as far as multitrack captures that exist.

 #48904  by Tennessee Jedi
 Sat Sep 06, 2008 11:22 am
So what tracks on "Without a Net " did they "touch up" ?
Gotta be something.....
LiveDead is the "Kind Of Blue" of the psychedelic world ....
:D :D :D

 #48905  by bodiddley
 Sat Sep 06, 2008 11:35 am
They cleaned up some of the vocals on WOAN. Not many...but a few. I have compared many of the track mixes with the boards I have and most of it is pretty much the way they laid it down. It's mostly interesting just hearing the subtle mix differences.