Wow, I hadn't seen a lot of those vids up near the top of the list.
Bobby on the LP!
the melkweg show in amsterdam was the borrowed instrument show. this was the first trek over to europe and they were unable to play do to the weather i believe. so before heading back without even playing a note they thru an impromtu show on the chataeu lawn where they stayed for the press and village. and that IS there equipment.CoolBreeze wrote:That may or may not be Alligator- that was a show over in Europe, and their equipment was already en route to the next show. Everybody is playing borrowed instruments. There's a nice article (somewhere) about this "epic" backyard show- I'll see if I can dig it up!
Pigpen is on this gig. Have you seen the Hard To Handle yet? Phil looks like he got that bad haircut right before the show!broesau wrote:That's pretty sweet. Rocking show for a 4 piece band, no Pigpen. One thing I noticed about Alligator is that it looks stock except for the Alembic knobs. Phil looks like a preppie.
not only that Mike but you can here Jerry playing notes high on the neck but in the video his hand is in first position also the first verse vocal harmonies are almost a little too perfect. Something is strange, I agree. However after the initial intor and opening lines things do seem to lineup.mkaufman wrote:Something is strange about that video: at the beginning of Sugar Mag, you can hear Weir playing the opening riff with the individual notes, yet, in the video, he's just strumming w/out playing individual notes.
First thing that caught my eye.mkaufman wrote:Something is strange about that video: at the beginning of Sugar Mag, you can hear Weir playing the opening riff with the individual notes, yet, in the video, he's just strumming w/out playing individual notes.
Crossfade would explain it, thanks Hogan.hogan wrote:there's a crossfade at 10 seconds so who knows what you are looking at for those first 10 seconds. Editing is your enemy
The sbds synch however.
http://www.archive.org/details/gd71-06- ... sbeok.shnf
The film is edited up and down and pieced together.
Those opening harmonies are actually how they went down. A broken clock's right twice a day as they say.