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    The Grateful Dead
    10-19-81
    Sports Palace
    Barcelona, Spain

    Set 1

    Jack Straw ->
    Franklin's Tower
    Mama Tried ->
    Mexicali Blues
    Loser ->
    C C Rider
    Tennessee Jed
    Passenger
    Althea ->
    Let It Grow

    Set 2

    Scarlet Begonias ->
    Fire On The Mountain ->
    Lost Sailor ->
    Saint Of Circumstance ->
    Space ->
    Drums ->
    Space ->
    The Other One ->
    Stella Blue ->
    Sugar Magnolia

    Encore
    Don't Ease Me In
    Last edited by freakyfreaky; 10-19-2011, 10:28 PM.
    Between childhood, boyhood,
    adolescence
    & manhood (maturity) there
    should be sharp lines drawn w/
    Tests, deaths, feats, rites
    stories, songs & judgements

    - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22

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    • Re: what are you listening to ?

      Live Widespread Panic soundcheck from the Riverside Theater in Milwaukee Wisconsin from 88.9 online.
      http://www.radiomilwaukee.org/playlist/standalone
      Between childhood, boyhood,
      adolescence
      & manhood (maturity) there
      should be sharp lines drawn w/
      Tests, deaths, feats, rites
      stories, songs & judgements

      - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22

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        John Mellencamp is a cool dude.

        B0zkurt Hunter

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          B0zkurt Hunter

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          • Re: what are you listening to ?

            Eminem
            Stan
            Positive vibes, positive taught

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              THE GURDJIEFF FOLK INSTRUMENTS ENSEMBLE: MUSIC OF GEORGES I GURDJIEFF
              By Deanne Sole

              PopMatters.com
              http://www.popmatters.com/pm/review/...s-i-gurdjieff/
              Oct 17 2011

              George Ivanovich Gurdjieff was a mystic. He fathered a system of
              esoteric self-enlightenment known as the Fourth Way. His music,
              which he composed with the help of one of his pupils, the Russian
              pianist Thomas de Hartmann, was part of this system. It was meant to
              accompany ritual dances known as movements. Gurdjieff was born in what
              is now Armenia, and the musicians on this album present the music on
              indigenous Armenian instruments, seriously and simply, as if Gurdjieff
              had written liturgical folk tunes. It's a brilliant move. The original
              rumbling piano compositions become hesitant and evocative. Slight
              changes in tone or volume or speed are parceled out as though they
              are precious. "Sayyid Chant and Dance No. 9" quivers like the prelude
              to a flamenco, but there's no flamenco. "Sayyid Chant and Dance
              No. 10" spends most of its time in extreme simplicity, then there's
              a complicated moment near the end and the impact is massive. There's
              a feeling of something being suspended or withheld-noise, riot,
              explosion, the storm after the quiet. But what is being withheld? The
              music is as clear as an arrow. Where is it pointing?

              The Gurdjieff Folk Instruments Ensemble Music of Georges I Gurdjieff;
              Levon Eskenian (ECM; US: 18 Oct 2011; UK: 1 Aug 2011)

              Plenipotentiary meow!

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                Positive vibes, positive taught

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                    Originally posted by bell-the-cat View Post
                    THE GURDJIEFF FOLK INSTRUMENTS ENSEMBLE: MUSIC OF GEORGES I GURDJIEFF
                    By Deanne Sole

                    PopMatters.com
                    http://www.popmatters.com/pm/review/...s-i-gurdjieff/
                    Oct 17 2011

                    George Ivanovich Gurdjieff was a mystic. He fathered a system of
                    esoteric self-enlightenment known as the Fourth Way. His music,
                    which he composed with the help of one of his pupils, the Russian
                    pianist Thomas de Hartmann, was part of this system. It was meant to
                    accompany ritual dances known as movements. Gurdjieff was born in what
                    is now Armenia, and the musicians on this album present the music on
                    indigenous Armenian instruments, seriously and simply, as if Gurdjieff
                    had written liturgical folk tunes. It's a brilliant move. The original
                    rumbling piano compositions become hesitant and evocative. Slight
                    changes in tone or volume or speed are parceled out as though they
                    are precious. "Sayyid Chant and Dance No. 9" quivers like the prelude
                    to a flamenco, but there's no flamenco. "Sayyid Chant and Dance
                    No. 10" spends most of its time in extreme simplicity, then there's
                    a complicated moment near the end and the impact is massive. There's
                    a feeling of something being suspended or withheld-noise, riot,
                    explosion, the storm after the quiet. But what is being withheld? The
                    music is as clear as an arrow. Where is it pointing?

                    The Gurdjieff Folk Instruments Ensemble Music of Georges I Gurdjieff;
                    Levon Eskenian (ECM; US: 18 Oct 2011; UK: 1 Aug 2011)

                    This was an incredibly moving piece of music. In the short time that the waves shared my space, my eyes swelled tearfully, i got goosebumps and then I was overwhelmed by stillness and tranquility. Thank you for sharing.
                    Between childhood, boyhood,
                    adolescence
                    & manhood (maturity) there
                    should be sharp lines drawn w/
                    Tests, deaths, feats, rites
                    stories, songs & judgements

                    - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22

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                      Widespread Panic
                      Aragon Ballroom
                      Chicago, IL
                      10.31.11

                      Set 1

                      01 intro 1
                      02 Pigeons >
                      03 Radio Child >
                      04 Wishbone*
                      05 True To My Nature,
                      06 Time Zones >
                      07 Love Tractor
                      08 Degenerate^ >
                      09 Blight >
                      10 Tail Dragger# >
                      11 Climb To Safety

                      Set 2

                      01 Intro 2
                      02 Godzilla** >
                      03 Iron Man^^ >
                      04 Godzilla
                      05 Imitation Leather Shoes >
                      06 Jack

                      07 Surprise Valley >
                      08 Drums >
                      09 Surprise Valley >
                      10 Blue Indian
                      11 I'm Losing You% >
                      12 Chilly Water >
                      13 Bust It Big >
                      14 Chilly Water
                      15 Crowd

                      Encore

                      16 Outta Mind (Outta Sight)@,
                      17 Postcard
                      18 Porch Song
                      19 Schools banter and thanks to road crew
                      20 Werewolves of London***
                      21 PA (Highway To Hell)


                      Notes:

                      *LTP 12.15.89 Willis Alan Ramsey (2259 shows)
                      **LTP 10.31.97 Blue Öyster Cult (1152 shows)
                      ***LTP 10.29.08 Warren Zevon (222 shows) entire road crew on stage; Lopez on percussion

                      First Time Played:
                      ^ Vic Chestnutt
                      # Howlin Wolf
                      ^^ Black Sabbath
                      % John Lennon
                      @ Wilco
                      Last edited by freakyfreaky; 11-01-2011, 04:03 PM.
                      Between childhood, boyhood,
                      adolescence
                      & manhood (maturity) there
                      should be sharp lines drawn w/
                      Tests, deaths, feats, rites
                      stories, songs & judgements

                      - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22

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