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23atwell
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Re: REVIEW: red rocks, all 3 nights

#195496 1 year, 10 months ago
BRAVO BURT! Great review and I vant wait to for Shoreline.
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Xonk
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Re: REVIEW: red rocks, all 3 nights

#195503 1 year, 10 months ago
great review as always! sounds like a great three days at red rocks. I hope they do it again so I can (have another chance to) witness it.
GreatestStoryEverTold
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Re: REVIEW: red rocks, all 3 nights

#195513 1 year, 10 months ago
Nice review Burt as always. Seemed like it was a magical 3 nights for sure! Let's see what they got in-store for tonight after a night off. On a technical note John has also brought back his Carvin which I'm glad to see back in action. Really dig that guitar and he has not played it since late 2010, I think after the west coast dates in late summer. Either way nice to see it back in action. Doesn't seem like he is giving the Vantage much love although he only uses it for a song or 2 I've seen.
Scarlett
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Re: REVIEW: red rocks, all 3 nights

#195586 1 year, 10 months ago
Amazing shows!!! Was there all 3 nights and wish I was in Seattle right now!
Thanks for the recap, brings it all back vividly...
So, did anyone notice the absence of Bob's wedding ring this weekend? Never seen him without it before...
Is Bobby single again?
DangerousDan
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Re: REVIEW: red rocks, all 3 nights

#196008 1 year, 10 months ago
Great review and nice meeting you Burt. Goodluck with your move out to California.
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dead_in_ky
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Re: REVIEW: red rocks, all 3 nights

#196011 1 year, 10 months ago
I agree with rhody regarding the dew>playin reprise encore. I missed that epic closing " I guess it doesn't matter anyway." That being said, the segue was nice and the reprise was a powerful conclusion to the show. I had seen them do that splitting of help/slip/frank before as well. I too think it works better as a combo. Don't get me wrong, I thought the shows were off the hook. The O1 from night one was worth the trip alone, not to mention the most insane althea i've ever heard. And don't get me started on the dark star>st stephen>unbroken(botched lyrics and all)>dark star>fotm from night 2. Pure sickness.
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FurthurFlower67
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Re: REVIEW: red rocks, all 3 nights

#196012 1 year, 10 months ago
Three cheers for Burt! On the way home we were discussing how wonderful your reviews are. Thanks for sharing!
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ZenoMarx
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Re: REVIEW: red rocks, all 3 nights

#196101 1 year, 10 months ago
Whats up with no mention of JK quoting "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" twice during The Other One?


I wasn't there. Someone else pointed this out to me, so I can't say I picked it up on my own, either. Check out "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" melody from :08-:26 of The Other One on this recording. JK does it again 3 minutes later. I haven't noticed him doing this before, and it is one of my all-time favorite songs.
archive.org/details/Furthur2012-09-21.bsc2
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iamthedoor
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Re: REVIEW: red rocks, all 3 nights

#196160 1 year, 10 months ago
ZenoMarx wrote:
Whats up with no mention of JK quoting "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" twice during The Other One?


I wasn't there. Someone else pointed this out to me, so I can't say I picked it up on my own, either. Check out "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" melody from :08-:26 of The Other One on this recording. JK does it again 3 minutes later. I haven't noticed him doing this before, and it is one of my all-time favorite songs.
archive.org/details/Furthur2012-09-21.bsc2


That's fuckin crazy thanks for pointing it out
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Denver Man
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Re: REVIEW: red rocks, all 3 nights

#196161 1 year, 10 months ago
dead_in_ky wrote:
I agree with rhody regarding the dew>playin reprise encore. I missed that epic closing " I guess it doesn't matter anyway." That being said, the segue was nice and the reprise was a powerful conclusion to the show. I had seen them do that splitting of help/slip/frank before as well. I too think it works better as a combo. Don't get me wrong, I thought the shows were off the hook. The O1 from night one was worth the trip alone, not to mention the most insane althea i've ever heard. And don't get me started on the dark star>st stephen>unbroken(botched lyrics and all)>dark star>fotm from night 2. Pure sickness.


Hey man were you sitting next to Sunshine Sue when we walked by right before the show started Friday??
I went walkin' out last summer
Tryin' to find a breath of air
I went walkin' on the mountain
A friend had told me I'd find you there
stricken
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Re: REVIEW: red rocks, all 3 nights

#197089 1 year, 10 months ago
Can anyone tell me if bobby was playing a new blue guitar with the f hole design lightning bolt?? or is this something ive missed in the past.
kevin
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Re: REVIEW: red rocks, all 3 nights

#197109 1 year, 10 months ago
stricken wrote:
Can anyone tell me if bobby was playing a new blue guitar with the f hole design lightning bolt?? or is this something ive missed in the past.


I thought the pink modulus was a most excellent axe
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