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    Anyone have "So many roads"?

    I think I was at the November 85 in the meadowlands...

    "What you are, and what you're meant to be...."



    http://arts.ucsc.edu/gdead/agdl/cassidy.html


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    Brettski, have you been around lately?

    I know have to miss the Phil Providence shows to go away on business, not to mention our Monday night race. Got hit twice that week.

    No on the So Many roads. I would have to check I don't think I was in the meadowlands that fall.
    Skiing is my addiction.

  3. #53
    Ther version of "Caution" on So Many Roads is killer.

    I was at the Meadowlands on Labor Day, 1978 and caught the last show before the Dead went to Egypt. Marshall Tucker and Willie Nelson warmed up. Put the tiny magic paper on my tongue as we crossed into Jersey and was so blown out by the time we got to Giants Stadium that I lost my college roomie immediately as I walked in with 100,000 of my closest friends. Never saw another person I recognized the rest of the day, so it was a very long, hot, weird afternoon.

  4. #54
    Now let's not overlook Lichen-a southern NH Dead covers band. I saw them first while in college (1983 or so) playing downtown Nashua near Railroad Square in a divey little club.

    They've had Thursday night gigs in the Manchvegas area for years. I might just go tonight,

    Check out:

    http://www.lichen.net/



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    Quote Originally Posted by ChileMass
    Ther version of "Caution" on So Many Roads is killer.

    I was at the Meadowlands on Labor Day, 1978 and caught the last show before the Dead went to Egypt. Marshall Tucker and Willie Nelson warmed up. Put the tiny magic paper on my tongue as we crossed into Jersey and was so blown out by the time we got to Giants Stadium that I lost my college roomie immediately as I walked in with 100,000 of my closest friends. Never saw another person I recognized the rest of the day, so it was a very long, hot, weird afternoon.
    What a long strange trip it must have been...

  6. #56
    Good start to a morning which should have been an Attitash day but we cancelled with the pending rain: flipping channels I caught the end of "Till The Morning Comes" on FOX news. It was the background music to the weather report (my eyes were still 1/2-shut). This never happens on the NH station.
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    My buddy sits in with lichen sometimes, I caught them play before the dog show at meadow brook. the fat man rocks. Have I heard that before?

    Bad news for me I have to miss the Providence Phil shows due to work and I like getting paid.

    So anyone need 1 ticket for each night in
    providence (face).

    I had to buy plane tickets to make the (Phili) Phil shows know, cause of time constraints. The flight will also allow me to get back for the Az race night otherise I would miss that also.

    Way to much effort to make this all happen. Well when I'm dancin my ars off I'll think different.
    Skiing is my addiction.

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    Click for Phish and skiing and be FREE
    Chances are if you liked that then you may like THIS from Robert Earl Keen.
    Adventure Film Works rocks!
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    *))NHPH

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    Superbowl Sunday, still thinking of heading to Cannon for a few runs but think this is worth clicking today:

    http://arts.ucsc.edu/gdead/agdl/llra.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by NHpowderhound
    Click for Phish and skiing and be FREE
    Chances are if you liked that then you may like THIS from Robert Earl Keen.
    Adventure Film Works rocks!
    ((*
    *))NHPH

    I kind of expected:

    http://www.seeklyrics.com/lyrics/Phish/Free.html

    but got
    http://www.onlylyrics.com/read.php?id=8829

    On the other hand, that's some good looking snow
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