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Scarlet Begonias Radio – Last night in Europe 1972

by Dennis December 22, 2011 Scarlet Begonias Radio

We wrap up our trip through Europe ’72 with the last set of the last show of the tour: The last night. Exhausted and ready to go home, the band still brought their A-game and played what many consider to be one of the top two or three shows on the tour. A 19-song first […]

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Scarlet Begonias Radio – Thirty Days Of Dead

by Dennis December 21, 2011 Scarlet Begonias Radio

Every day for the month of November, the good folks over at posted a new,  high-quality .mp3 and had a contest to see who could guess the date it was played.  Here are all the files, and places and dates they were recorded. 1-“New PotatoCaboose San Francisco, CA, Winterland Arena 10/22/1967 ********************************************* 2-“Slipknot> Franklin’s […]

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Allman Brothers & David Crosby ,Nash, Phil Lesh Almost Cut My Hair 7/27/11 Beacon Theater

by Dennis July 30, 2011 Music

Allman Brothers Band July 27,2011 Beacon Theater, NYC Tune In To Hep C Benefit Concert Set 1 Don’t Want You No More> It’s Not My Cross To Bear Walk on Guilded Splinters One Way Out Into the Mystic Statesboro Blues Blind Willie McTell Black Hearted Woman> Other One Jam A Change Is Gonna Come ( […]

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Live Commander Cody Videos!

by Dennis June 21, 2011 Music

Concert video of the Commander Cody Band, recorded by Scott Verney, at The Rochester Opera House in Rochester, N.H. May 2, 2010. The Band: Mark Emerick – lead guitar, Commander Cody – piano,  Steve Barbuto – drums, Johnny Thunder – bass

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Playing For Change #47 – with Taj Mahal

by Dennis May 31, 2011 Music
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Scarlet Begonias Radio – OK ’72, Part Two & Mule NYE

by Dennis January 13, 2011 Scarlet Begonias Radio

This week the third half of Grateful Dead recorded live at the Oklahoma City Music Hall,  November 15th, 1972. This segment includes a Playing In The Band that clocks in at over a half an hour, and it’s 1972 Grateful Dead, you know it can’t be bad… Then we jump back to the present, with […]

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