"Saw Lowell once in Glasgow when Little Feat supported The Who at Ibrox football ground. Being a drummer Richie Hayward and Keith Moon on the same bill was fantastic but at that time (late 70's) I was more into Little Feat than the Who."
"Great Days - Great Post Mando. It had me delving into the sleevenotes which I hadn't read since purchase and then relistening with new insight. Sadly the compilation doesn't include Your Flag Decal Won't Get You Into Heaven Anymore…"
"There's nothing I like better than sitting down with a cup of tea and whatever and listening to The Dead at The Filmore West and Miles at the Filmore East. If it's vinyl which it most often is, it's Live Dead and Miles at…"
"THE TITANIC SAILS AT DAWN
Ryan, like you I had bought Tempest and hadn't played it but after reading your blog I had to sit down and give it a spin. I was a little pessimistic as I thought it would be a tall order to surpass Modern Times but…"
"It appears we Scots are taking over a No Depression blog - cool!
I just thought of another great Peel tribute - Soft Machine recorded Moon in June on Soft Machine 3 but when they played it live on Top Gear, Wyatt totally changed the lyrics to…"
"I'm also from small town in Scotland and have fond memories of listening under the bed covers to Perfumed Garden and Top Gear on a transistor radio. My memory isn't great but my all time favourite piece of music I ever heard was a…"
"A very worthy winner in my opinion. Well done Brady.
I wrote about my 1st live Dead experience in 74 but 20 years later after crossing the USA from coast to coast in 94, I couldn't remember my last. A case of too much of a good thing.
"Excellent tribute Grant, shocking news. Sadly I never saw the Band but love their music and also Levon's recordings like Dirt Farmer. Tonight i'll be watching the Last Waltz for sure. Goodbye Levon, love ya.
Andy Aitken, Scotland"
"I've already posted my first GD experience but just want to add - this has got to be the best blog post that No Depression has run...12 pages and counting for a band that ceased to exist 7 years ago? Only the Dead could generate this amount of…"
"It was 09/09/74 when I made my way to the Ally Pally in London to see the omnipotent Grateful Dead for the first time. I had previously booked to go abroad for the first time the next day (destination Morocco) so this was the only show of…"
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