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Any deadheads on slap?
« on: January 23, 2021, 05:04:31 PM »
Anybody on here into the dead, I got into them being introduced through freaks and geeks.

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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2021, 08:54:54 PM »
i'm kinda new to the scene, but hell yeah, the dead rule! everything clicked with them on a walk this summer and it felt like being welcomed into a cool club. love em jamming, love the americana stuff, love the funk stuff. great band. also, maybe the most punk band of all time.

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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2021, 10:37:59 PM »
Big fan of the Dead, could listen to 70s Dead all the time ('77 shows in particular).

I was big into the jam band scene for a bit, still follow the Disco Biscuits when it's not all pandemic like.

I think it works well in videos, but seems like Matt Field is the only one who wants to use em.

https://youtu.be/iGh0pIBJv-g

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nRHvYLuRaU&ab_channel=TransworldSkateboarding

I guess Josh Matthews too.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOoJAUKn7Ms&ab_channel=TransworldSkateboarding

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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #3 on: January 25, 2021, 02:13:11 AM »

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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #4 on: January 25, 2021, 12:37:33 PM »
Ha ha ha when I worked as a teacher for a few years I pulled that freaks and geeks trip and gave a one of my students American Beauty the year she graduated and said "you get into this, you'll make friends everywhere you go." Not sure what they're up to these days

But ya, Dead to the core. Never got to see Garcia but I've seen all the family related bands since I started seeing the Other Ones on 11/19/02. After that first show I thought "this is what I want my life to be" and hopped on. It's music of my soul. Sometimes it's just fun, sometimes it's a spiritual thing, sometimes it's everything.

Was really fortunate to catch Phil and the TFB sets at Oregon County Fair in 2019. Definitely didn't think it'd be the last show I'd catch for so long. I think what was coolest about that show, and just working fair in general, is that it's such sacred ground in Dead lore. Kesey family land. Veneta 08/27/72. Seriously, the place is dripping in lysergic energy. mmm mmm mmm

I don't really dig Mayer playing in Dead & Co these days, but it's fun to dance and see family/friends. I like what Mickey and Billy are doing, drumz being the most consistent part of any show over the past 30 years! Chimenti and Oteil crush it too. There's a ton of good family stuff out there too. Caught the the Golden Gate Wingmen a few years back, Melvin and JGB. Any of y'all on the Billy Strings tip yet? Homie is good. Google Billy Strings Wharf Rat. shit is straight fire.

The Bobby & Phil duo shows were good too. Caught both nights RCMH and night 2 in Boston. It was weird at first, the whole old man, bougie vibe inside, but man was it fun. I used to go on Phish tour and have had a lot of fun with them, but Trey at RCMH on Eyes made me think "aaah, this is the roots of Phish!"

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« Reply #5 on: January 25, 2021, 01:35:20 PM »
im a total newbie to the dead. my buddy is probably the biggest deadhead in scotland, he played me some of there tunes and at first i brushed em off but they kept comng back into my head week slater so i gave em another shot.. slowly but surely im getting it

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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #6 on: January 25, 2021, 02:19:00 PM »
for those of you with iOS here's a link to the relisten app. Can stream any GD show they've got for free
https://relisten.net/grateful-dead

here's deadhead archive app for Android streaming
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.crabdance.jmw.deadheadarchives&hl=en_US&gl=US

here's a soundboard source of my favorite show on archive.org

absolutely smoking show, they're high as fuck and locked in. Nightime 3rd set starts with Darkstar. Im saying like so high the instruments are melting ha ha ha Legendary 2nd and 3rd sets PITB, He's Gone, Jack Straw, Bird Song, GSET 3rd set DarkStar>El Paso, sing me back home, sugar mag...... you get what you come for you're ready to go, it's 1 in ten thousand that come for the show! cool clear water you can't ever tell!

08/27/72

https://archive.org/details/gd72-08-27.sbd.braverman.16582.sbefail.shnf/gd72-08-27d1t01.shn


real beautiful Jerry cut here. My sisters and brothers
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSNlFAoNxkQ

midnight moonlight, a little fast, but it's '80 so the coke was strong
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0dnibCQtdFE

Old & In The Way Midnight moonlight
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrqGnA7xgCg

Garica & Kahn, Acoustic Oregon State Penitentiary 05/05/82
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZGhg0ZEPQ4

Grateful Dead 04/28/91 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl LV, NV, Bird Song w/Carlos Santana
I think this one, with Jerry's midi and Santana guest just sounds like the early 90s in a good way
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qxvk1opMoY

modified to add this one that just came on the local radio station 88.1 KMUD!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8IoLJt9IxE

I'm laid up with a busted as foot and can't do much other than sit at the table, so if y'all new folks wanna hear shows, I've got nothing else to do other than make recs and talk about this

stay safe, stay dead
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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #7 on: February 04, 2021, 09:39:04 AM »
rosemary and wharf rat are some of my favorites while on LSD :D

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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #8 on: February 04, 2021, 10:02:41 AM »
no.

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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #9 on: February 04, 2021, 11:06:03 AM »
Stop by the Skate2Junkies forum.  We have a whole Dead Thread over there!  Good skate talk, too.  Cheers.

https://skate2junkies.proboards.com/thread/10/grateful-thread

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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #10 on: February 04, 2021, 02:39:31 PM »
rosemary and wharf rat are some of my favorites while on LSD :D

ooh ya. rosemary, st stephen, the eleven with all that verdant, viney myth making sure is nice ha ha ha
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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #11 on: April 09, 2021, 06:23:36 PM »
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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #12 on: April 12, 2021, 09:02:44 AM »
lots of great band references, book references, and all around fried shit I'd expect from dead head skaters, This is kind of off topic but do any of you jam/play yourselves?

@Iusedtoskatemore I'm very jealous, I've caught phil and bobby in their own projects a bunch but never together. Also props to fulfilling chill teacher prophecy.

I met Kesey's fam in Oregon, then again in SF, it was magic.

This is my all time show, its hot as hell out, they do great transitions into my all time songs, they filmed the whole damn thing, and theirs some great animations with it, you really get a good feeling of just how big the beast was getting at that point.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JukZBGgv8I&ab_channel=SnowtheJamMan

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5sN6gsmWGk&ab_channel=Undermind
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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #13 on: April 12, 2021, 11:17:45 AM »
Thought Iíd share my grip job, I did this a few months ago but still skating this deck


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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #14 on: April 12, 2021, 11:52:15 AM »
@Uncle Flea

that's a dope patch!!!

lots of great band references, book references, and all around fried shit I'd expect from dead head skaters, This is kind of off topic but do any of you jam/play yourselves?

@IusedToSkateMore I'm very jealous, I've caught phil and bobby in their own projects a bunch but never together. Also props to fulfilling chill teacher prophecy.

I met Kesey's fam in Oregon, then again in SF, it was magic.

This is my all time show, its hot as hell out, they do great transitions into my all time songs, they filmed the whole damn thing, and theirs some great animations with it, you really get a good feeling of just how big the beast was getting at that point.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JukZBGgv8I&ab_channel=SnowtheJamMan

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5sN6gsmWGk&ab_channel=Undermind


yeeeeeah kid. That Veneta Show is incredible. Over at the Fair grounds is where I last saw Phil! Look up the book "Heads" https://b-ok.cc/book/3315139/263f80 A Biography of Psychedelic America." Real cool read for the most part and tells the history of Owsley and the Boys.

The bobby and Phil shows were very special. Listen to the birdsong with Trey and Girl from the North Country. Oh boy, did I get emotional with the GFTNC. Apparently Phil played a surprise set at Terrapin Crossroads recently!!!

Got me some Working Man's Dead on the turntable right now mmm mmm mmm

Cool story, hey, so this winter I wrote a letter to an old skate/tour buddy whose phone number I lost but somehow still remembered his address. Dude's probably 10-12 years older than me and was a big influence when I was a teenager starting to get more serious about skating, and when I started smoking bud he had the kind and this was the east coast 2001, so a regular source of sinsemilla was pretty fuckin rare. He was also the dude that gave me my first Dead tapes. Ended up going to a lot of shows together over the years but you know, head life can get kinda weird and druggy so we lost touch for a minute. Anyways, I'd sent the letter out and didn't hear back for a few months and figured it was how it went. Well, I came home from skating last week and there was a package waiting for me and low and behold, homie got my letter! Dude wrote me a letter and his life seems to be good and he also sent me an actual photo from the Cape Cod Coliseum run in Fall 79 that he said "some old hippy later here in town gave this to me years ago and I want you to have it now because I think it will look cool in your pad." Kinda weirder but doubly special is that it used to hang in the office of his restaurant that I used to get stoked to be invited into and well, it still smells faintly like pizza.

oh yeah, now that I skate with a single ear bud in and can listen to music, I've been skating to some early dead shows and it's kinda cool for the focus. I'm a dance and spin and flow at shows, in my car, wherever, so the GD skate has been flowy as fuck for the parking lot sesh!

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« Reply #15 on: April 13, 2021, 11:14:27 AM »


yeeeeeah kid. That Veneta Show is incredible. Over at the Fair grounds is where I last saw Phil! Look up the book "Heads" https://b-ok.cc/book/3315139/263f80 A Biography of Psychedelic America." Real cool read for the most part and tells the history of Owsley and the Boys.

The bobby and Phil shows were very special. Listen to the birdsong with Trey and Girl from the North Country. Oh boy, did I get emotional with the GFTNC. Apparently Phil played a surprise set at Terrapin Crossroads recently!!!

Got me some Working Man's Dead on the turntable right now mmm mmm mmm

Cool story, hey, so this winter I wrote a letter to an old skate/tour buddy whose phone number I lost but somehow still remembered his address. Dude's probably 10-12 years older than me and was a big influence when I was a teenager starting to get more serious about skating, and when I started smoking bud he had the kind and this was the east coast 2001, so a regular source of sinsemilla was pretty fuckin rare. He was also the dude that gave me my first Dead tapes. Ended up going to a lot of shows together over the years but you know, head life can get kinda weird and druggy so we lost touch for a minute. Anyways, I'd sent the letter out and didn't hear back for a few months and figured it was how it went. Well, I came home from skating last week and there was a package waiting for me and low and behold, homie got my letter! Dude wrote me a letter and his life seems to be good and he also sent me an actual photo from the Cape Cod Coliseum run in Fall 79 that he said "some old hippy later here in town gave this to me years ago and I want you to have it now because I think it will look cool in your pad." Kinda weirder but doubly special is that it used to hang in the office of his restaurant that I used to get stoked to be invited into and well, it still smells faintly like pizza.

oh yeah, now that I skate with a single ear bud in and can listen to music, I've been skating to some early dead shows and it's kinda cool for the focus. I'm a dance and spin and flow at shows, in my car, wherever, so the GD skate has been flowy as fuck for the parking lot sesh!

love to you all

an awesome story, whenever I listen to the dead when I skate, its like my body gets more comfortable, like "oh yea, its time to move".

The GD and the idea of lifelong friendship and that youthful influence from an older fan and friend just inspired me super greatly, I think after the pandemic I'm going to make a film about the makeshift families and the families within the greater jam scene, and how they might reflect and also refuse a lot of western ideas of family.

This is getting way off topic, but its why I'm so grateful(!) to be introduced to the scene at a young age, the lessons to be learned from the band and the people following it are that you can do whatever the hell you want if you've got some fire in you, some friends, and some weed/psychs to coax the wheels along! lmfao
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« Reply #16 on: April 14, 2021, 04:07:00 PM »
Anybody on here into the dead, I got into them being introduced through freaks and geeks.
What up homie.
You can hear hella dead on that app called Relisten
Hella live shows.
I highly recommend that shit.
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Re: Any deadheads on slap?
« Reply #17 on: April 15, 2021, 09:39:13 AM »
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Anybody on here into the dead, I got into them being introduced through freaks and geeks.
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What up homie.
You can hear hella dead on that app called Relisten
Hella live shows.
I highly recommend that shit.
I love them

Deadhead Archives and Vibe Vault work on android OS.

08/27/72 :o :o :o 8)
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« Reply #18 on: April 15, 2021, 07:07:53 PM »
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What up homie.
You can hear hella dead on that app called Relisten
Hella live shows.
I highly recommend that shit.
I love them
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Deadhead Archives and Vibe Vault work on android OS.

08/27/72 :o :o :o 8)

Yes!!! Thatís one of the my favorite versions of Dark Star.

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Anybody on here into the dead, I got into them being introduced through freaks and geeks.
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What up homie.
You can hear hella dead on that app called Relisten
Hella live shows.
I highly recommend that shit.
I love them
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Deadhead Archives and Vibe Vault work on android OS.

08/27/72 :o :o :o 8)
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Yes!!! Thatís one of the my favorite versions of Dark Star.

dark star>El Paso>sing me back home  :o :o :o 8) :'( ;D
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« Reply #20 on: April 16, 2021, 11:08:16 AM »
@Uncle Flea

that's a dope patch!!!

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lots of great band references, book references, and all around fried shit I'd expect from dead head skaters, This is kind of off topic but do any of you jam/play yourselves?

@IusedToSkateMore I'm very jealous, I've caught phil and bobby in their own projects a bunch but never together. Also props to fulfilling chill teacher prophecy.

I met Kesey's fam in Oregon, then again in SF, it was magic.

This is my all time show, its hot as hell out, they do great transitions into my all time songs, they filmed the whole damn thing, and theirs some great animations with it, you really get a good feeling of just how big the beast was getting at that point.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JukZBGgv8I&ab_channel=SnowtheJamMan

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5sN6gsmWGk&ab_channel=Undermind
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yeeeeeah kid. That Veneta Show is incredible. Over at the Fair grounds is where I last saw Phil! Look up the book "Heads" https://b-ok.cc/book/3315139/263f80 A Biography of Psychedelic America." Real cool read for the most part and tells the history of Owsley and the Boys.

The bobby and Phil shows were very special. Listen to the birdsong with Trey and Girl from the North Country. Oh boy, did I get emotional with the GFTNC. Apparently Phil played a surprise set at Terrapin Crossroads recently!!!

Got me some Working Man's Dead on the turntable right now mmm mmm mmm

Cool story, hey, so this winter I wrote a letter to an old skate/tour buddy whose phone number I lost but somehow still remembered his address. Dude's probably 10-12 years older than me and was a big influence when I was a teenager starting to get more serious about skating, and when I started smoking bud he had the kind and this was the east coast 2001, so a regular source of sinsemilla was pretty fuckin rare. He was also the dude that gave me my first Dead tapes. Ended up going to a lot of shows together over the years but you know, head life can get kinda weird and druggy so we lost touch for a minute. Anyways, I'd sent the letter out and didn't hear back for a few months and figured it was how it went. Well, I came home from skating last week and there was a package waiting for me and low and behold, homie got my letter! Dude wrote me a letter and his life seems to be good and he also sent me an actual photo from the Cape Cod Coliseum run in Fall 79 that he said "some old hippy later here in town gave this to me years ago and I want you to have it now because I think it will look cool in your pad." Kinda weirder but doubly special is that it used to hang in the office of his restaurant that I used to get stoked to be invited into and well, it still smells faintly like pizza.

oh yeah, now that I skate with a single ear bud in and can listen to music, I've been skating to some early dead shows and it's kinda cool for the focus. I'm a dance and spin and flow at shows, in my car, wherever, so the GD skate has been flowy as fuck for the parking lot sesh!

love to you all

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