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Not Fade Away - Dead...Capital Theater,NJ or Port Chester, NY - 1970

I swear to God Buddy Holly would have plugged in with the Dead for this. They channeled Buddy in the 70's.

https://music.&list=RDAMVMLUXqGzqu4jg

Mason's Children

Oh boy.....Kruetzman keeps it together,,,,

https://music.&list=RDAMVMgJFnU8VZkH4

And I Bid You a Good Night......

This is how the Dead deflated the craziness at their shows.....

https://music.&list=RDAMVM3sI1PDvqTZE

Foxboro Stadium, 1989? He's Gone

The Dead....Pretty awesome.

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Grateful Dead - Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Tudoloo..

Late 80's, but wow, they were so damn good back then....and hardly anyone appreciates this-

Google it if you care!

The Commander - "Down to Seeds and Stems Again Blues".

Saw these guys in a small club on Huntington Ave, D/s, in Beantown back on a hard to remember Fall night. But we heard this band and then we went down and was amazed.

https://music.&list=RDAMVMnAd-U6CYjIw

Hot Tuna with Papa John - 4/22/73

A great period of music.....Papa John gave them authenticity and a signal that this was where music should go. Sorry Starship, not enough gas to exit the universe.


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Hot Tuna "Candyman"

Pretty much the whole crew except Papa John....

https://music.&list=RDAMVM_cqnLclE2gU

Marsalis Brothers with Mark O'Conner doing some great improv jazz

NB, Mr. Bean's son starts on the piano, then gives it up to another great pianist....


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Basin St Blues - Carling Family- Bagpipe/Trombone lady.

https://music.&list=RDAMVMxca2XdscW3g
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