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Grateful Dead Conspiracy » Live Grateful Dead Songs » Sugar Magnolia » Grateful Dead-Jam~Sugar Magnolia (3-27-88) Video Clip

Grateful Dead-Jam~Sugar Magnolia (3-27-88) Video Clip

Grateful Dead - Sugar Magnolia

From Hampton, virginia.... This was a really good night!!

Ladies & Gentlemen: The Grateful Dead

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Ladies & Gentlemen: The Grateful Dead

Grateful Dead - Sugar Magnolia

Grateful Dead, Fillmore East: April 1971
This four-disc set documents the Dead's monumental five-night final run at New York's Fillmore East in April 1971. Coming from the same period as the live Skull and Roses album, it finds the band at its most sinewy--without second drummer Mickey Hart and without much in the way of Pigpen's keyboard work. What stands out here, beyond the intense, emotionally charged yet somewhat playful performances, is the strength and diversity of the repertoire. In addition to the plethora of newer originals, we hear a number of Pigpen's beloved blues shouters: "Next Time You See Me," "Ain't It Crazy," "I'm a King Bee," "Turn on Your Love Light," "It Hurts Me Too," "Hard to Handle," and "In the Midnight Hour." Also of note are readings of lesser-played material such as "Second That Emotion," "Ripple," "Sing Me Back Home," and "Alligator." All in all, it's a worthy celebration of one of the Dead's most legendary venues, as well as a prime slice of vintage Dead music. --Marc Greilsamer


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20 Responses to “Grateful Dead-Jam~Sugar Magnolia (3-27-88) Video Clip”

  1. Dloomis494 says:

    I thought that 1985 was a great year for the Dead and a great year on tour for me. I just wish that I was smart enough to bring along my Beta cam and deck...became very motivated upon seeing a video from Manor Downs (8/31/85). I can still remember the moment when I began wondering WHERE that video came from and just WHO made it. What a great idea. Then it occured to me: it was simply, purely someone like me.

  2. TheCannabisKing says:

    @RattleheadRYGDH- well poor judgement is the story of your life isn't it, champ, explains how your mother got shit faced and fucked that guy named "skinny" at pee poe's bar n' grill that one night, and it was a long night, CHAMP, one long night... i went HAM on that bitch.

  3. lolddawg says:

    '88 is very underrated - and this is an excellent example of what they could pull off that year. The four days they jammed at Alpine were epic!

  4. tonypinkster says:

    sorry folks. this was my first road trip to see the dead. saw them on the 26th, then on the 27th, that was it. i was IN. ALL THE WAY. one of the best weekends i ever had. i have soundboard tapes on cassette tape. they died years and years ago, but i still kept them. my favorite show. ever. second would be the tornado show from the meadowlands in july, 1990. how can i get my hands on a good clean copy of this show?

  5. KLBRECH1 says:

    @TheCannabisKing haha whats wrong with a little bit of bud? get the fuck off this video if you never have done enhancing drugs. haha cannibisking im with you man

  6. head909 says:

    Thank you so much for posting!

  7. mrfish4lyfe says:

    so what jam :D

  8. raineburn says:

    my dog got loose that day found him across the street swiming in a hotel pool lovin life...ahhh what a wonderful life : )

  9. dbirdyful says:

    So What

  10. thestoryplease says:

    Putting in "So What" (Miles Davis) before breaking into Sugar Magnolia - coooool...

  11. K2SKIER12311 says:

    so what-miles davis...fuckin a

  12. morriswil32 says:

    OOHHH! Waited for the Sunshine Daydream...!

  13. Cabinat0r says:

    @brigcutter - that sounds great - but there were eras where they were sharper and crisper than others - Yes it was ALL good but for my money they were the best in 89-90 - IMO - That was the best incarnation of the grateful dead

  14. Dloomis494 says:

    All of these years later, perhaps my best video(3/27/88). Read about this, and more in "Pulling My Leg: Twenty-five Years of Bootleg Video."

  15. neondusk60 says:

    This is just plain fucking wicked good.

  16. TheTreetop1988 says:

    they new themselves and everyone loved them for it thats whats made the dead

  17. MsCnmngrl says:

    @wutehvah What comment were you responding to...? You seem to be the only angry responder here...We all are so grateful for the magic whenever and wherever we could get it!

  18. JayTee441 says:

    @brigcutter
    C'mon! That was practically their entire timespan!
    It's whether it was '73 or '77....

  19. JayTee441 says:

    Respond to this video... BTW, 1983+ sorry, they were fading for the most part.

  20. mrfish4lyfe says:

    so what jam

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