Grateful Dead Live at Eagle's Auditorium, Seattle , Washington 1/22/1968
A killer '68 show, the Cross-eyed>Feedback>Spanish Jam>Dark Star is one of the best.
Alligator, Cryptical Envelopment-> The Other One-> Cryptical Envelopment-> New Potato Caboose-> Born Cross-Eyed->Feedback> Spanish Jam-> Dark Star-> China Cat Sunflower-> The Eleven-> Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks)-> Feedback
Grateful Dead Live at Ungano's Night Club on 1970-02-12
1Cold Rain & Snow02:432Beat It On Down The Line (5 beats)01:463Good Lovin'->02:074Drums->05:005Good Lovin'02:396Mama Tried->09:137Black Peter06:378Hard To Handle06:519Saint Stephen->09:0710Not Fade Away04:4911Casey Jones
"What I like best about music is when time goes away."
Been digging into Echo & the Bunnymen and enjoying it. One of those bands I never gave a shot, though I eyeballed their cassettes in my first roommate's collection on a daily basis. I think it's going to be a lot of 80s around here for a while. The Smiths, Morrissey, Joy Division, The Cure, The Cult, This Mortal Coil, Cocteau Twins, Dead Can Dance, etc. My knowledge is entirely pedestrian when it comes to 80's indie, but I'm excited to go deeper.
You aren't interesting or clever when you write or speak in the lyrics of others. Rather, what are YOUR words?
It's dead and over when close enough is good enough.