Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Comes A Time

On September 24 a large gathering congregated at the Greek Theatre in Berkely, California to pay tribute to the late, great Jerry Garcia who died 10 years ago.

By all accounts it was a momentous occassion. In traditional Dead style, the celebration consisted of some funky jam sessions. Some of the jam scenes greatest players strapped on their instruments and laid it all out before a sold out crowd.

Nugs.net is streaming the entire show for free. I believe you have to be a registered user, but it's free and painless to register.

Click here to start streaming. I'm currently grooving to a nice rendition of Eyes of the World. It has a nice mellow groove that's perfect for the end of a work day.

The setlist consists of classic Dead tunes, sure to make everyone happy (or at least Mullins, who will probably be the only person to listen anyway).



Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
Billy Kreutzmann - drums
Mickey Hart - percussion
Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay - backup vocals
Bruce Hornsby - keyboards, vocals
Trey Anastasio - guitar, vocals
Warren Haynes - guitar, vocals
Jimmy Herring - guitar
Michael Kang - mandolin, fiddle (String Cheese Incident)
Jay Lane - drums (Ratdog)
Jeff Chimenti - keyboards (Ratdog)
Mark Karan - guitar (Ratdog)
Robin Sylvester - bass (Ratdog)
Kenny Brooks - saxophone (Ratdog)
Gloria Jones - backup vocals (JGB)
Jackie LaBranch - backup vocals (JGB)


Ollin Arageed
Help on the Way
Brown Eyed Women
Dark Star
Eyes Of The World
Standing on the Moon
Scarlet Begonias
Fire on the Mountain
Stella Blue
The Wheel
Uncle John's Band
He's Gone
Franklin's Tower
Brokedown Palace
Dark Star
Touch of Grey

Click here for a streaming
broadcast of the show.


Jamison said...

I really dig Bob Weir.
If any of you come to montgomery, make sure you tune to 99.9

They do dead jams alot... last one i heard lasted from church to my house (almost 20 minutes)

Brewster said...

Bob is grand. His band Ratdog does some nice stuff too.

he he. The dead did tend to play for a long time. Luckily most of the time the music remained interesting.