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Sustainabill
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Muchas Garcias

Re: REPLAY Info 8.3.12 TRi/Jerry Day webcast

#184204 1 year, 8 months ago
Bacon Rocks wrote:
really hoping to be able to watch the first 45ish minutes again that contained the interviews.
hearing jerrys brother tell the story of chopping off jerrys finger, all the daughters, santanas woodstock story and hidalgos story of the 59 strat were really special. mickey and his 70 sierras just made me jealous!!!!

i'm afraid some of these moments might be the copyrighted stuff and only available for purchase at a later date?

Interviews have been posted on philzone.org by quinfolk (Quineskimo) on Tuesday, August 07, 2012:
www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-INTERVIEW-1.mp3
www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-INTERVIEW-2.mp3
www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-INTERVIEW-3.mp3
www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-CROSBYPOEM.mp3

from philzone.org:
quinfolk (Quineskimo) on Monday, August 06, 2012 - 11:36 pm:
I got a bunch of requests for the songs that were missing from my original posts so...
Here is the complete 320kbps .mp3 set from TRI 8/3/12.
Some were posted already, I've noted the new additions and upgraded versions that I was
able to get from the Yahoo archive and other sources.

The original stream had the best sound quality, subsequent versions degraded a bit, you may notice.
On the "newly complete" Terrapin->He's Gone->Eyes
& Days Between-> Franklins I used the higher quality originals
and patched them from the Yahoo versions.

caveat emptor & hasta la vista

http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-WHEELCUMBY.mp3
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-LOSER.mp3 - new
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-HALFSTEP.mp3 - new
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-DIREWOLF.mp3
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-DUPREES.mp3
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-TENNJED.mp3
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-SHIP.mp3
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-TLEOBIRDSONGJAM.mp3
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-NEWSPEEDWAY.mp3 - new
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-LOOSELUCY.mp3 -new,solo Bob
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-FOTD.mp3 - new
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-MISSION.mp3
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-RAMBLEONROSE.mp3
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-CATFISHJOHN.mp3 - new
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-SHAKEDOWN.mp3 - new
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-TERRAPINHESGONEYES.mp3 - new, patched
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-SCARLET.mp3
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-DONLETGO.mp3
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-DAYSBETWEENFRANKLINS.mp3 - new, patched
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-USBLUESGDTRFB.mp3
http:/www.wmwv.com/JGTRI-RIPPLE.mp3 - new
Thank You Jerry
Last Edit: 1 year, 8 months ago by Sustainabill.
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FurthurFlower67
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Good Love!

Re: REPLAY Info 8.3.12 TRi/Jerry Day webcast

#184302 1 year, 8 months ago
This was in an email from TRI studios today...

Thank you to everyone who tuned in last Friday for the live webcast event, 'Move Me Brightly.' It was such a magical evening. Click the banner above to check out highlights from the event. Thanks again to the wonderful musicians who joined us:
 
 
Led by Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Mike Gordon (Phish); Joe Russo (Furthur); Neal Casal (Chris Robinson Brotherhood/Ryan Adams & The Cardinals); Jeff Chimenti (Furthur); Cass McCombs; Jonathan Wilson, Adam MacDougall, Harper Simon, Jason Abraham Roberts (Norah Jones), Jonathan Graboff, Craig Finn and Tad Kubler of The Hold Steady; Chris Tomson of Vampire Weekend; former Grateful Dead/Jerry Garcia Band vocalist Donna Jean Godchaux; Jim Lauderdale; Sam Cohen and Josh Kaufman of The Yellowbirds.
 
Many of you have been asking when, how and if you might be able to purchase the entire 'Move Me Brightly' show... We can tell you this: There are major things in the works! Ideas are being discussed and believe us, you have not seen the last of this magical night. Stay tuned!
Dreams are lies...it's the dreaming that's real!!!!
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Bacon Rocks
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Re: REPLAY Info 8.3.12 TRi/Jerry Day webcast

#184342 1 year, 8 months ago
thank you very much for the update and links, brought a smile to my face!
and oh yeah, as i listen jorma too!!

muchas garcias!!

look forward to what they decide to do with this wonderful broadcast.
I was standing at the corner
Talking to Miss Brown
Last Edit: 1 year, 8 months ago by Bacon Rocks.
ddderek
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Re: New new replay-info (plus Letter) 8.3.12 TRi show

#184821 1 year, 8 months ago
Listened to it again last night... wow, what an outstanding show... I sure hope they do bring it to us on DVD so we can have it forever and whereever we need to see it. It surely needs to be documented and stay in the archives of music history.
danh1027
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Re: New new replay-info (plus Letter) 8.3.12 TRi show

#185582 1 year, 8 months ago
is there a cut in the Mission or am i imaging things? at the 2:10 mark. No complaints these mp3s sound awesome was just curious.
Last Edit: 1 year, 8 months ago by danh1027.
kevin
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Re: New new replay-info (plus Letter) 8.3.12 TRi show

#185703 1 year, 8 months ago
Cub wrote:


ManyThanks to "Sustainabill, Voodoonola & FurthurFlower67" for bringing our attention to these links for video, mp3 listening and a must-read letter to the FFF





"Nothing Left To Do, But Smile,Smile Smile"


at what mark is the letter to the FFF ??
gone are the days we stopped to decide, where we should go we just ride
i_be_sublime
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R.I.P.JERRY

Re: New new replay-info (plus Letter) 8.3.12 TRi show

#185898 1 year, 8 months ago
Was kind of wandering bout that fff letter myself i dont miss much but i missed that.
FurthurFlower67
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Good Love!

Re: New new replay-info (plus Letter) 8.3.12 TRi show

#185929 1 year, 8 months ago
I'm listening to the replay this morning and it still has me dancing hard and major chills!

Wow probably my favorite TRI performance to date!

However I'm still trying to get my hands on that Bobby and Friends TRIday the 13th. From May 2011. Another wonderful night I would love to relive.
Dreams are lies...it's the dreaming that's real!!!!
Voodoonola
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Re: REPLAY Info 8.3.12 TRi/Jerry Day webcast

#186026 1 year, 8 months ago
Bacon Rocks wrote:
really hoping to be able to watch the first 45ish minutes again that contained the interviews.
hearing jerrys brother tell the story of chopping off jerrys finger, all the daughters, santanas woodstock story and hidalgos story of the 59 strat were really special. mickey and his 70 sierras just made me jealous!!!!

i'm afraid some of these moments might be the copyrighted stuff and only available for purchase at a later date?



Soon...


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Re: REPLAY Info 8.3.12 TRi/Jerry Day webcast

#186116 1 year, 8 months ago
Interview from Huff Post by Jamie Soja

I was able to interview Jason Roberts, guitarist for Norah Jones, to get a unique outlook from his "outsider perspective." Below also includes my interview with Stanley Mouse, a psychedelicposter and album artist who has worked with the Grateful Dead for a number of years. Stanley holds a unique "insider perspective."

Jamie Soja: "How and when did you start listening to the Grateful Dead and Jerry?

Has Jerry influenced your style? Have you played with members of the Dead

before?"

Jason Roberts: "When I was about 12, I found out that Jon Fishman from Phish was my cousin. His mom, Mimi, gave me and my brother a copy of 'Rift' and we quickly became life-long fans. I discovered the Dead through Phish, but it took me awhile to REALLY appreciate them. A couple of years later, my uncle gave me 'Europe 72' and I realized how incredible they were and how unbelievable Jerry's playing is. The older I get, I find myself really incorporating Jerry's style into my own playing. I mean - no one can ever sound just like Jerry, but I've spent some time studying his playing and now I find some of his licks naturally creeping into my own playing. This past weekend was the first time I had played with members of the Dead and it was really a very surreal moment for me."

Jamie Soja: "What was your favorite moment from the night?

Jason Roberts: "I actually had two favorite moments of the night. One was playing "Tennessee Jed." I just really love this song so much and having the opportunity to play it with Bob Weir and Mike Gordon and everyone else was such a thrill. My other favorite moment was when the band played "Terrapin Station." It came at a moment in the night where I had about an hour before I was going to play another song, so I was able to stand in the front and watch it as a fan. It's such an unbelievably special song and the band really did it justice. I was blown away!"

Jamie Soja: "How was this different than playing with Nora Jones?"

Jason Roberts: "I think that you have to approach every musician and band that you play with in a different way because everyone is different and everyone has their own style. Norah is one of a kind and playing with her is such a special experience for me because she has that unexplainable thing that people like Jerry, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, etc. have. She is able to tap into something that a lot of musicians can't or don't tap into. She is such a well-respected, talented and beautiful musician and I feel so grateful to get to play her songs every night with her."

Art has always been a huge part of the Grateful Dead, including post Jerry projects. TRI Studios continues with that tradition by utilizing the art of video, lighting, ambiance, and audio recording. I was able to speak with one of the most famous 60's psychedelic artists, Stanley Mouse, a favorite of the Dead, Bill Graham, and many other bands, etc.

Jamie Soja: "What do you believe Jerry would think of TRI studios?"

Stanley Mouse: "Jerry would be off his rocker if he didn't love TRI studios. TRI has the same look and feel of the old practice space on Front street in San Rafael, though TRI is a truly state of the art space. I think that Jerry would have had a ball in TRI."

Jamie Soja: "How was this different from when Jerry was alive?"

Stanley Mouse: "When the friends and family of the Dead get together these days there's a mellower atmosphere that didn't exist in the days of Jerry."

Jamie Soja: "What is one of your most cherished memories of Jerry that you have?"

Stanley Mouse: "When I was in the Haight, I had a studio in one of the Dead houses. I was around Jerry a thousand times but never connected with a meaningful conversation. He was always busy playing or talking with someone. One night at a Dead concert when my son Yuri was about twenty, they got into this big conversation back stage. They were talking furiously. A lot of people tried to get in on it or distract jerry, but they were so into it. I loved it because I knew Yuri was delivering and receiving everything that I had always wanted to and The time he said " Give Mouse a LIVER!" [See Stanley Mouse Grateful Dead benefit for his liver transplant.[1]

Jamie Soja: "What was your favorite part of the night at TRI studios either musically or socially?"

Stanley Mouse: "Spending time with Annabelle, Trixy and Keelin was truly the highlight. Seeing Jerry alive in his children is wonderful. It was great that so many people came out to take part."

This was certainly a perfect way to throw an all-star party, for what would have been, Jerry Garcia's 70th birthday celebration.
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Voodoonola
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Re: REPLAY Info 8.3.12 TRi/Jerry Day webcast

#187769 1 year, 7 months ago
Bacon Rocks wrote:
really hoping to be able to watch the first 45ish minutes again that contained the interviews.
hearing jerrys brother tell the story of chopping off jerrys finger, all the daughters, santanas woodstock story and hidalgos story of the 59 strat were really special. mickey and his 70 sierras just made me jealous!!!!

i'm afraid some of these moments might be the copyrighted stuff and only available for purchase at a later date?


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Re: REPLAY Info 8.3.12 TRi/Jerry Day webcast

#187784 1 year, 7 months ago
yeah!!!!! thank you, thank you!!!
I was standing at the corner
Talking to Miss Brown
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