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Love Light - Grateful Dead & Allman Brothers, 1970 Video

Phil Lesh

An historic evening at the Fillmore East: Jerry Garcia, Duane Allman & Peter Green on lead guitars, Greg Allman (keyboards) sharing lead vocals with Pigpen & Bob Weir... This is just the first 15 minutes of an incredible 33 minute Love Light, all of which can be listened to here: www.archive.org Pretty good audience recording can be downloaded here: www.archive.org You can read about this jam in Phil Lesh's book: "It's a surprisingly coherent free-for-all, with five guitarists , four drummers, organ, and -- Pigpen roaring over it all" Berry Oakley takes over on bass about halfway through Lovelight as Phil just wants to listen. "My mind starts to stretch out of shape... Everyone on stage is flat-out wailing" After the show, "I walk outside -- it's daylight, and snow is falling gently on the streets of New York... I grab Bob and Jerry in a group embrace: This is what it's all about." Phil Lesh "Searching for the Sound"

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By The Grateful Dead. By Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, and Robert Hunter. For Ukulele TAB. Pop/Rock. 5 pages. Published by Alfred Music. Digital Sheet Music
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3 Responses to “Love Light - Grateful Dead & Allman Brothers, 1970 Video”

  1. karptheharp says:

    That was an astonishing concert! So many fine musicians, joining in one by one. I couldn't believe how it developed. And they all sounded great together. Experience of a lifetime.

    • Matt says:

      You are so incredibly lucky to have experienced that, wow!! I'm only 28 years old so I was too young to see Jerry, but I'm a huge deadhead and have followed phil lesh and friends, "the dead" in 2009 with Warren Haynes in place of Jerry, and their latest incarnation of the band "furthur" around the country numerous times, and have seen the allman brothers numerous times too, and alot of great modern day "jambands" who were so heavily influenced by bands like the dead and the brothers. I would give the world to have been alive in the sixties and 70s to see music when it was as powerful of a force it was back then, when all the bands were in their prime and Jerry at his best, and revolution In the air, I mean I view the sixties as a modern Age of Enlightenment, just as profound, so sad to see how quick the "powers that be" infiltrated and commercialized the whole movement, by putting labels on the movement like hippies and flower children thus turning the whole thing into a fashion statement, a commercial fad destined to fade away like the greasers and the emo's and the hipsters etc. etc., my generation... Generation x they called us, is just so incredibly apathetic. And it's hard to blame us, we look at the sixties generation where the youth movement gave it one hell of a shot to change things for the better and they failed, the government will not let you win, and we know that from our history. But man what I would give to have been at that show in New York back then.

  2. MrJbenni says:

    I got this on a bootleg tape back in the mid 70's it's been one of My favorite tapes ever since

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