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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.


Mason's Children

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


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

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


Foxboro Stadium, 1989? He's Gone

The Dead....Pretty awesome.


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.


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.


Hot Tuna "Candyman"

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


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....


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

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