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  • CD (8 novembre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Sba
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HASH(0x907953c0) étoiles sur 5 Diamonds from the nightfall 14 janvier 2000
Par Pharoah S. Wail - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Honestly, I can't really remember disk one. I haven't heard it in quite some time and I don't feel qualified to speak about it's quality now. The main reason for this is because every time I grab for FILLMORE EAST 2/11/69 I grab the second disk. I'm not much of a fan of the song DUPREES DIAMOND BLUES, so I skip it and get right to MOUNTAINS... the transition out of MOUNTAINS is nice, but there are better ones on tape. What makes this a five-star set is the DARK STAR all the way through to FEEDBACK.
That section (and it's a sizeable section, well worth the money it costs to buy this set) is what the Dead was all about! This is the sort of creative, ensemble improvisation that I respect the Dead for. There is none of the boring, sloppy, directionless meandering that they became known for later in their career. Quite simply, DARK STAR through FEEDBACK is some of the best officially-released Dead that has been released so far. There are alot of Dead releases to skip over, but this is not one of them!
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HASH(0x909a1288) étoiles sur 5 Good, not great. Worth a purchase for certain Deadheads. 6 mars 2012
Par Soundstorm - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a solid release but there are a few other early Dead recordings that you'll want to add to your collection before this one. Certainly not recommended for the casual Dead listener, but fans of the late 60's/early 70's Dead will enjoy this. It's almost a 3 1/2 star release for me. Disc 1 is good but not great, probably a solid 3 stars. Disc 2 is much more interesting as other reviewers have already mentioned and is a solid 4 stars. It kicks off with Dupree's Diamond Blues and Mountains On The Moon, two songs that seemed to have been dropped from later set lists. Mountains segues into Dark Star and the rest of the set flows beautifully.

I'll cheat a little bit and give the overall release 4 stars.

If you are a Dead listener digging deeper into this time period, make sure you already have the albums Live/Dead, Two From the Vault and the Fillmore West 1969 3 disc sampler (from the sold out Fillmore West 1969 - The Complete Recordings). These should all be readily available. If you can track them down, there's a couple of Dick's Picks from this same time period #'s 16, 22 & 26. Dick's Picks 4 & 8 are also highly recommended but are pushing more into the Workingman's Dead/American Beauty era were the focus is starting to shift towards the country rock sound.

The compressed time slot they were put in as show openers really forced an abbreviated style of playing this night which makes it an interesting set to listen to. There are still some great jams to listen to though and as mentioned, Disc 2 makes this a worthwhile purchase after you've absorbed some of the other shows listed above.

Incidentally, I don't usually recommend the first couple of Dead studio albums, but if you are a fan of this time period I also recommend picking up their first album. The reissue has some excellent bonus materials including a 23 minute Viola Lee Blues which is a real monster. Not to be missed!
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HASH(0x90770c60) étoiles sur 5 The Dead at their best 1 décembre 1999
Par JBourne19@hotmail.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The 69 Fillmore East show was one where the Dead only had an hour. They opened for Janis Joplin and had the daunting task of playing enough songs while still capturing all of the feeling of their lengthy and meandering concerts. The Mountians of the Moon into Dark Star into St. Stephen into The Eleven on the second disk is absolutly incredible, as is the Cryptical Envelopment into The Other One back to Cryptical Envelopment on the first disk. While it is disappointing that such a promising rendition of Cosmic Charlie, a personal favorite of mine, got cut of, this concert is a must have for your collection, wheter you're a veteran Deadhead or a 16 year old kid who got there too late, like myself.
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HASH(0x908afc84) étoiles sur 5 nice look into early, early Dead 9 janvier 1999
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Format: CD
I think the first disc of this two CD set is worth three stars. It has an amazing version of "That's It For The Other One" and a fair version of one of my favorites with "Doin' That Rag". However, I'm sorry but I think their attempt at "Hey Jude" is pretty bad. However, disc two deserves five stars. The late show begins with "Dupree's Diamond Blues", trips into "Mountains of the Moon", dances into "Dark Star" and rocks straight through "St. Stephen". It concludes with a beautiful version of "We Bid You Goodnight". One complaint is that at the very end of this CD, we are teased into believing that we're about to hear an encore of "Cosmic Charlie", but the song is crudely killed in the middle. The sound quality on this isn't as good as some others, but considering it's from 1969... It kind of has a bootleg feel to it. Plus imaging being there, at the legendary "Fillmore East", waiting to see Janis Joplin, kind of adds something to it.
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HASH(0x9075dcb4) étoiles sur 5 I hope you can like this as much as I do, you'd be blessed 21 juin 2004
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What are the Dead best known for? If you answer anything other than instrumental prowess/improvisation/extended jams, etc. you don't know the Dead, period. I'd had this disc for four years, and had pretty much forgotten it. Then I listened to the late show disc, and listened to it exclusively for about a week. This was the Dead in their purest form...no segue of genres, per se (the country/traditional period was a year away) and what you have here is the psychedelic Dead, just like pure lysergic, this is heavy stuff. That aside, listen to Bill Graham's intro of the band, after being announced as having become a member of the band a month earlier, I mean, no non-musician has ever been given such an honor! Of course this is in jest because Bill Graham had been dosed and played cowbell and was being presented with said percussive device. But I digress. Graham merely mentions them as "one of the insane groups today". Not much hype there, considering they were the opening act that night, but quite an understatement. This was way before Graham proclaimed them now legendary "not only best at what they do, but only ones that do what they do" or that they were his favorite band. The Dead hadn't even officially been the Dead 3 years 8 months, and they sound like they'd been playing together since childhood!
As far as the music (pardon all the trivia references) Dupree's is just a nice light hearted number with an engaging story, but Mountains of the Moon is stellar and the segue into Dark Star makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up. Dark STar into Stephen into the Eleven....do you think anyone in the house that night had any idea what they were being treated to?
As far as whether or not you should drop whatever you're doing to go buy this, I can't say. My real point in writing this is to say thank God for the Grateful Dead and that I've had the pleasure of experiencing them. My musical tastes are eclectic...you name it, just about any genre over the last 40 years, sans some 80's crap, it's in my collection. But the Dead are/were the GREATEST, and the late show disc here proves it in spades.
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