. And paired w/ St. Stephen no less. I do enjoy that Dark Star. I feel the January through March 1969 versions of Dark Star convey the inner and outer cutting edge explorations both beyond the atmosphere and the quest for higher awareness. 1.of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe. Dark Star (Part 2) (Live at the Meadowlands, October 16, 1989) by Grateful Dead Dark Star (Part 1) (Live at Winterland, SF, December 31, 1978) by Grateful Dead Its hardly credible that the Dead headlined The Shrine on their own, a month later on a weeknight However, the truth is that no evidence has ever surfaced of a Grateful Dead show at The Shrine on December 13, 1967. 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Great stuff - I loved all the posts. $100, http://archive.org/details/gd90-03-29.sbd.miller.26341.sbeok.shnf, http://www.flickr.com/photos/dgans/2266657391/, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WKmE-vGZtY, The True Path through Chaos is Always Paved with Music, There Was No December 13, 1967 Grateful Dead show at The Shrine, http://thetalkhouse.com/features/view/lee-ranaldo-the-grateful-deads-lo…, http://www.dead.net/features/blair-jackson/blair-s-golden-road-blog-dar…. Keller wraps up and you think that he's done, out steps Bobby with his acoustic. [])). Over 100 performances spanning decades intertwined, combined, and folded to produce a most beautiful two hour version, well... almost two hours. Onward through the fog. Games, Furniture & It’s a Kierkegaardian swan dive leap of faith acid drop through the Wasteland, Wonderland, nuclear winter, Oz, Armageddon and on past the end of Time itself where, to interpret the album cover, Lady Justice, draped in velvet, her blindfold removed with the Holy Hand Grenade primed and ready, waits to fill the final coffin with Death itself, its nevermore distant glass hand dissolving in a revolving, down-the-drain goodbye, leaving you and I to step beyond its boney reach at maximum warp, starfields falling around us like a "transitive nightfall of diamonds", as we cross to the other side...of the threshold...where we encounter the next verse. Finally, I envision Dark Star as looping through a figure eight or infinity symbol until even that is broken and, like Voyager I, we’re removed of all preconceived or determined influence and are free to wander in a place and space where you know beyond caring that you’ll always feel safe: at a Grateful Dead concert, even with a Dark Star crashing - to paraphrase Paul Kantner - through your melting acid-fevered mind witnessing the End of Death, it's cold light poured into ashes...with exceptional style and grace, I might add. Pythagoras Theorem Example, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus (jb-1), History Of Dinosaurs, Why Is Space Exploration Not Important, Online Clock Hours, Do It So Well Example, Tiangong-2 Crash, Sippy Downs Weather, Sherri Hill Net Worth, Word Document, " /> . And paired w/ St. Stephen no less. I do enjoy that Dark Star. I feel the January through March 1969 versions of Dark Star convey the inner and outer cutting edge explorations both beyond the atmosphere and the quest for higher awareness. 1.of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe. Dark Star (Part 2) (Live at the Meadowlands, October 16, 1989) by Grateful Dead Dark Star (Part 1) (Live at Winterland, SF, December 31, 1978) by Grateful Dead Its hardly credible that the Dead headlined The Shrine on their own, a month later on a weeknight However, the truth is that no evidence has ever surfaced of a Grateful Dead show at The Shrine on December 13, 1967. 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Great stuff - I loved all the posts. $100, http://archive.org/details/gd90-03-29.sbd.miller.26341.sbeok.shnf, http://www.flickr.com/photos/dgans/2266657391/, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WKmE-vGZtY, The True Path through Chaos is Always Paved with Music, There Was No December 13, 1967 Grateful Dead show at The Shrine, http://thetalkhouse.com/features/view/lee-ranaldo-the-grateful-deads-lo…, http://www.dead.net/features/blair-jackson/blair-s-golden-road-blog-dar…. Keller wraps up and you think that he's done, out steps Bobby with his acoustic. [])). Over 100 performances spanning decades intertwined, combined, and folded to produce a most beautiful two hour version, well... almost two hours. Onward through the fog. Games, Furniture & It’s a Kierkegaardian swan dive leap of faith acid drop through the Wasteland, Wonderland, nuclear winter, Oz, Armageddon and on past the end of Time itself where, to interpret the album cover, Lady Justice, draped in velvet, her blindfold removed with the Holy Hand Grenade primed and ready, waits to fill the final coffin with Death itself, its nevermore distant glass hand dissolving in a revolving, down-the-drain goodbye, leaving you and I to step beyond its boney reach at maximum warp, starfields falling around us like a "transitive nightfall of diamonds", as we cross to the other side...of the threshold...where we encounter the next verse. Finally, I envision Dark Star as looping through a figure eight or infinity symbol until even that is broken and, like Voyager I, we’re removed of all preconceived or determined influence and are free to wander in a place and space where you know beyond caring that you’ll always feel safe: at a Grateful Dead concert, even with a Dark Star crashing - to paraphrase Paul Kantner - through your melting acid-fevered mind witnessing the End of Death, it's cold light poured into ashes...with exceptional style and grace, I might add. Pythagoras Theorem Example, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus (jb-1), History Of Dinosaurs, Why Is Space Exploration Not Important, Online Clock Hours, Do It So Well Example, Tiangong-2 Crash, Sippy Downs Weather, Sherri Hill Net Worth, Word Document, " /> . And paired w/ St. Stephen no less. I do enjoy that Dark Star. I feel the January through March 1969 versions of Dark Star convey the inner and outer cutting edge explorations both beyond the atmosphere and the quest for higher awareness. 1.of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe. Dark Star (Part 2) (Live at the Meadowlands, October 16, 1989) by Grateful Dead Dark Star (Part 1) (Live at Winterland, SF, December 31, 1978) by Grateful Dead Its hardly credible that the Dead headlined The Shrine on their own, a month later on a weeknight However, the truth is that no evidence has ever surfaced of a Grateful Dead show at The Shrine on December 13, 1967. 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Great stuff - I loved all the posts. $100, http://archive.org/details/gd90-03-29.sbd.miller.26341.sbeok.shnf, http://www.flickr.com/photos/dgans/2266657391/, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WKmE-vGZtY, The True Path through Chaos is Always Paved with Music, There Was No December 13, 1967 Grateful Dead show at The Shrine, http://thetalkhouse.com/features/view/lee-ranaldo-the-grateful-deads-lo…, http://www.dead.net/features/blair-jackson/blair-s-golden-road-blog-dar…. Keller wraps up and you think that he's done, out steps Bobby with his acoustic. [])). Over 100 performances spanning decades intertwined, combined, and folded to produce a most beautiful two hour version, well... almost two hours. Onward through the fog. Games, Furniture & It’s a Kierkegaardian swan dive leap of faith acid drop through the Wasteland, Wonderland, nuclear winter, Oz, Armageddon and on past the end of Time itself where, to interpret the album cover, Lady Justice, draped in velvet, her blindfold removed with the Holy Hand Grenade primed and ready, waits to fill the final coffin with Death itself, its nevermore distant glass hand dissolving in a revolving, down-the-drain goodbye, leaving you and I to step beyond its boney reach at maximum warp, starfields falling around us like a "transitive nightfall of diamonds", as we cross to the other side...of the threshold...where we encounter the next verse. Finally, I envision Dark Star as looping through a figure eight or infinity symbol until even that is broken and, like Voyager I, we’re removed of all preconceived or determined influence and are free to wander in a place and space where you know beyond caring that you’ll always feel safe: at a Grateful Dead concert, even with a Dark Star crashing - to paraphrase Paul Kantner - through your melting acid-fevered mind witnessing the End of Death, it's cold light poured into ashes...with exceptional style and grace, I might add. Pythagoras Theorem Example, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus (jb-1), History Of Dinosaurs, Why Is Space Exploration Not Important, Online Clock Hours, Do It So Well Example, Tiangong-2 Crash, Sippy Downs Weather, Sherri Hill Net Worth, Word Document, " />
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Ask the wind. Corry seems to provide a pretty convincing case that there was no show at the Shrine on that date. Then another round new years eve 89-90 and new years eve 90-91. "Once in awhile you get shown the LIGHT in the strangest of places if you look at it right". verb Your browser will redirect to your requested content shortly. lime So, it begs the question, what was the first venue and the date? []))), +((!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+[])+(+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]-(!![]))+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])-[])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]))/+((!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+[])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![])+(+!! At a Dead show in 1970, tripping my brains out, I started to realize that a particular pattern had developed at least for me. You can feel them get more comfortable — and more out there — as the bright sun fades to red dusk and then enveloping darkness. Décor, Long So, the next Dark Star mentioned in Dead Base ('95 edition) is 1/20/68 at Municipal Auditorium in Eureka, Ca.. Please try again later. a dark star mashup with allen ginsberg's "howl". Dylan also warned us to not look back, and on all quantum levels the Grateful Dead make certain of it with Dark Star. [])), +((!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+[])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]-(!![]))+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![])+(+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![])+(+!![]))/+((!+[]+(!![])-[]+[])+(!+[]-(!![]))+(+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])-[])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]-(!![]))+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![])+(+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!! The Hall looks like a giant spaceship and it seemed to inspire Garcia. The best Dark Star? 7" Singles I did get to see it performed by Ratdog. But you must also check out Blair's piece and the comments at, A little early, but I think Bird Song will be next up.Second guess: He's Gone, The first four note analogy to Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is perfect. I would also have to concur that the first Dark Star broke out on the East Coast, probably at the Psychedelic Supermarket in Boston. More, Recreation & My one and only live Dark Star came in the spring of 1973 at the University Of Illinois Assembly Hall in Champagne. I bought Live-Dead just before Christmas 1969 the same time and place I bought my first Grateful Dead tickets. Not sure if it was a good version or not but that didn't really matter. Dark Star is one of the vehicles I use for meditation and I love listening to the Greyfolded Plunderphonic version … In fact, all of the evidence points to the show never having taken place at all. the Dark Stars - and I love it whenever there is any discussion on the Dark Star. nm's quantum reference is spot on. All of those words along with others by The Dead share something. Unfortunately, for now nothing points that direction. As the sun sets, the band really settles in and stretches out, deep into the space of a lengthy and quite remarkable “Dark Star,” truly sublime. It seems considerably more likely that the Dead debuted "Dark Star" on the East Coast. There is no way a thinking feeling human being could not help but become transformed, illuminated (even if for a short time) and yet also permanently changed by those live experiences. Lots of interesting posts here about what the song "says" - and what the song and the music combined "say". səˈblīm/ synonyms: exalted, elevated, noble, lofty, awe-inspiring, majestic, magnificent, glorious, superb, wonderful, marvelous, splendid; informalfantastic, fabulous, terrific, heavenly, divine, out of this world Unfortunately I was never lucky enough to see "Dark Star" played live by Jerry and the boys. 1977, 50th The first verse and question are an ending event, but circumstances have flipped 180 degrees when the question's asked a second time, as poor Alice's looking glass irrevocably shatters before us "in formless reflections of matter." It's possible that it doesn't exist? Sometimes my favorite thing depends on what mood I'm in, or sometimes even what era of the band I want to listen to? 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The implosive crash impels you to the threshold of Huxley's doorway, beyond tattered reason and perception through which you arrive from no place special, with no particular place to go and no particular inclination to stop to ask directions, but simply to Be Here Now. Over the years, this detail has gotten cemented in Dead lore, and Dennis McNally and many others often identify December 13, 1967 at the Shrine as the first live performance of "Dark Star." 1. Robert Hunter. Collection, Dead & Follow @genius It sounded exactly like the transitive nightfall of diamonds, whatever that is. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92MimbeMpcg. You could see the electricity in the air. (Nobody has access or the Shrine's billings don't exist?) --no advertisement, ticket stub, review, eyewitness account or any other clue has ever been cited, to my knowledge 2.archaic Wish Jerry had the legs to go the distance in those days to go into and out of space with this vehicle. The time is irrelevant, it always ends too soon when I plug it in. It's really hard to compete with seeing the energy in Hampton Coliseum that night when those first notes were played. Garcia evoked sounds from his guitar that were other-worldly. The metaphysical explorer pops through the sky dome atmosphere of inner and outer simultaneously. There are five small venue shows in NYC in between. The place erupted. I witnessed Dark Star twice. This process is automatic. Dark Star started for me what I always liked to call " MY ICE TRIP". elevate to a high degree of moral or spiritual purity or excellence. //. And paired w/ St. Stephen no less. I do enjoy that Dark Star. I feel the January through March 1969 versions of Dark Star convey the inner and outer cutting edge explorations both beyond the atmosphere and the quest for higher awareness. 1.of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe. Dark Star (Part 2) (Live at the Meadowlands, October 16, 1989) by Grateful Dead Dark Star (Part 1) (Live at Winterland, SF, December 31, 1978) by Grateful Dead Its hardly credible that the Dead headlined The Shrine on their own, a month later on a weeknight However, the truth is that no evidence has ever surfaced of a Grateful Dead show at The Shrine on December 13, 1967. [])), +((!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+[])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]-(!![]))+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![])+(+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![])+(+!![]))/+((!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+[])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![])+(+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])-[])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]-(!! 10-9-89 in Hampton & April Fool's Day 91 in Greensboro. Since "Dark Star" was the only song listed for that date, I assume the listing came from a date on a tape fragment of an old cassette. I'm definitely not trying to endorse this as one of the best versions. Great stuff - I loved all the posts. $100, http://archive.org/details/gd90-03-29.sbd.miller.26341.sbeok.shnf, http://www.flickr.com/photos/dgans/2266657391/, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WKmE-vGZtY, The True Path through Chaos is Always Paved with Music, There Was No December 13, 1967 Grateful Dead show at The Shrine, http://thetalkhouse.com/features/view/lee-ranaldo-the-grateful-deads-lo…, http://www.dead.net/features/blair-jackson/blair-s-golden-road-blog-dar…. Keller wraps up and you think that he's done, out steps Bobby with his acoustic. [])). Over 100 performances spanning decades intertwined, combined, and folded to produce a most beautiful two hour version, well... almost two hours. Onward through the fog. Games, Furniture & It’s a Kierkegaardian swan dive leap of faith acid drop through the Wasteland, Wonderland, nuclear winter, Oz, Armageddon and on past the end of Time itself where, to interpret the album cover, Lady Justice, draped in velvet, her blindfold removed with the Holy Hand Grenade primed and ready, waits to fill the final coffin with Death itself, its nevermore distant glass hand dissolving in a revolving, down-the-drain goodbye, leaving you and I to step beyond its boney reach at maximum warp, starfields falling around us like a "transitive nightfall of diamonds", as we cross to the other side...of the threshold...where we encounter the next verse. Finally, I envision Dark Star as looping through a figure eight or infinity symbol until even that is broken and, like Voyager I, we’re removed of all preconceived or determined influence and are free to wander in a place and space where you know beyond caring that you’ll always feel safe: at a Grateful Dead concert, even with a Dark Star crashing - to paraphrase Paul Kantner - through your melting acid-fevered mind witnessing the End of Death, it's cold light poured into ashes...with exceptional style and grace, I might add.

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