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The Dead – 4/29/09 – E. Rutherford, NJ

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The Dead ~ 4/29/09 ~ E. Rutherford, NJ ~ IZOD Center

Set 1: Touch of Grey, Pride of Cucamonga, Crazy Fingers*, The Music Never Stopped*, Deal*, Days Between*, Casey Jones*

Set 2: Sitting on top of the World, Doin’ that Rag*, Ramble on Rose*, Terrapin Station (Lady with a Fan intro)* > Drums* > Space* > The Wheel* >Terrapin Station > I Know You Rider*

Encore: Women are Smarter*

* – with Branford Marsalis

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The Dead – 4/28/09 – E. Rutherford, NJ

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Set I:
U.S. Blues
Scarlet Bagonias>
*Fire on the Mountain
*Bird Song
*Feel Like a Stranger
*High Time
*Turn On Your Lovelight

Set 2:
New Potato Caboose >
Estimated Prophet* >
Milestones* >
Drums* >
Space* >
Dear Mr. Fantasy* >
Dark Star*
Eyes of the World*

Encore:
Franklin’s Tower

* With Branford Marsalis

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Feel Like a Stranger w/ Branford:

22 Years Ago Today…

This bootleg is what it’s all about: great sound, great playing, great musicians, great venue – perfect. Clapton is really on point, both in his guitar playing and singing during this performance. While his ‘no snow, no show’ days were definitely over by 87′, he certainly gets his crazy fingers moving and keeps things very upbeat. Unlike so many of his peers, Clapton has survived the ups and down and has aged well – seemingly improving with age while maintaining a fresh sound. To see for yourself, enjoy this tasty 87′ bootleg and then check out his summer tour with Steve Winwood.

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Eric Clapton
Madison Square Garden
April 27, 1987

1. Crossroads
2. White Room
3. I Shot the Sheriff
4. Hung Up On Your Love
5. Wonderful Tonight
6. Miss You
7. Same Old Blues
8. Tearing Us Apart
9. Holy Mother
10. Badge
11. Let it Rain
12. Cocaine
13. Layla
14. Further On Up the Road
15. Sunshine of Your Love

Special Guests: Robert Cray (Guitar, Vocals) on “Further on up the road”

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The Dead – 4/26/09 – Hartford, CT

Bobby and Warren gettin' loose

Bobby and Warren gettin' loose in Hartford

Set I:
Bertha
Till The Morning Comes
Little Red Rooster
Row Jimmy
Watchtower
Glory Road
West LA Fadeaway >
Cumberland Blues

Set II:
The Weight
Tomorrow Never Knows >
Black Peter
Greatest Story Ever Told>
Space>
Drums>
Space>
King Solomon’s Marbles >
Viola Lee Blues >
Samson and Delilah

Encore:
Ripple

More pictures from Hartford:

Chimenti

Chimenti

Warren

Warren

Mickey Hart

Mickey Hart

The Boys take a bow

The Boys take a bow

The Dead – 4/25/09 – New York, NY

The Garden

The Garden

Set I: Cosmic Charlie, China Cat> Shakedown Street, Ship of Fools> He’s Gone, Cassidy, Sugaree

Set II: Drums> Space > Cryptical Envelopment> The Other One, Born Cross Eyed, St Stephen> The Eleven> Uncle Johns Band, Unbroken Chain> Gimme Shelter, One More Saturday Night

Encore: Brokedown Palace

Only “Ship of Fools,” Only “Gimme Shelter” of the tour

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4/25/09

4/25/09

Uncle Phil

Uncle Phil

Bobby

Bobby

Playin' in the Band

Playin' in the Band

Rythm Devils

Rythm Devils

And We Bid You Goodnight

And We Bid You Goodnight

Warren Haynes Solo – 9/01/2007 – Bellvue, CO

As a sacrifice to the gods in hopes of a good showing from the boys at the garden tonight, let’s enjoy this Warren solo show and pray that he can take the band higher. Watching this tour unfold, it is hard to understand why Bobby is taking on so much of the singing duties while clearly incapable, all the time with the soulful, energetic, and reliable Haynes to his left. At the same time, Warren continues to play a back-seat role and seems unwilling to step up and assert himself, vocally or musically. It seems clear that he is doing this out of respect, both to Jerry and Bobby, but the musician in him should recognize that he needs to stand up and lead this band, NOW, before the tour ends and it’s too late.

Warren, it’s your time to let your soul shine.

Warren Haynes
9/01/07
Mishawaka Amphitheatre
Bellevue, CO

Warren solo acoustic

Warren solo acoustic

Indian Sunset
Patchwork Quilt
Beautifully Broken
Glory Road
Fallen Down
I’ll Be the One
Ballad of Hollis Brown
Many Rivers to Cross
It Hurts Me Too
The Real Thing
One
Lay of the Sunflower
Into the Mystic

Encore:
Soulshine
Goin’ Down Slow

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Buck that Mule!

Buck that Mule!

The Dead – 4/24/09 – Uniondale, NY

The Dead – 4/24/09 – Nassau Coliseum – Uniondale, NY

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SYF - 4/24/09

Set 1:
Jack Straw
Brown-Eyed Women
It’s All Over Now Baby Blue
Easy Wind
Death Don’t Have No Mercy
Don’t Ease Me In
Lost Sailor >
Saint of Circumstance

Set 2 (mini-acoustic set):
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Peggy-O
Looks Like Rain

Set 3:
Alabama Getaway >
Dark Star >
Drums >
Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door >
Going Down the Road Feeling Bad

Encore:
Touch of Grey

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4/24/09

4/24/09

4/24/09

4/24/09

The Band – Academy of Outtakes

In 1971, The Band took to the Academy of Music for their New Years Run. Many years later, a set of ‘outtakes’ from that run emerged in pristine, master-reel sound, though it was never officially released or circulated. This gem features cuts mostly from rehearsals and soundchecks and the like – this is a true up-close-and-personal intimate view of the Band’s 1971 sound. These outtakes are a must-have for any Band fan or classic rock collector, enjoy!

The Band – Academy of Outtakes
New York, New York – December 28-31, 1971

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1.    The Rumor
2.    Time to Kill
3.    Strawberry Wine
4.    Rockin’ Chair
5.    This Wheel’s On Fire
6.    Get Up Jake
7.    Smoke Signal
8.    I Shall Be Released
9.    The Weight
10.    Stage Fright
11.    Life Is A Carnival
12.    King Harvest
13.    Caledonia Mission
14.    WS Walcott Medicine Show
15.    The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
16.    Across the Great Divide

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The Dead on Letterman

Shortest Sugar Magnolia ever:

NYC Weekend Music Round-Up

Things pick up this weekend with The Dead doing two nights in the boroughs, Lou Reed in town, some great Jazz (old and new), and some jammy fun at Sullivan Hall:

Friday, 4/24/09
The Dead @ Nassau Coliseum
Lou Reed @ The Gramercy Theater
Jazz Mandolin Project @ Skirball Center for Performing Arts
The Breakfast @ Sullivan Hall

Saturday, 4/25/09
The Dead @ Madison Square Garden
John McLaughlin and Chick Corea @ The Lincoln Center
Granola Funk Express @ Sullivan Hall late night (post-Dead show)

As always, courtesy of Jambase

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