The Grateful Dead Formerly The Warlocks Hand Picked In Hampton Virginia October 8th 9th 1989
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On September 25, his family announced that he was critically ill, and on October 6 his death was confirmed. Kampec Dolores - Earth Mother Sky Father — For listeners not religiously tied to one genre, Kampec Dolores are proof that seemingly incongruous elements can indeed be mixed to good result.
There are some flavors of folk music from Hungary and Soriah - Ofrendas de Luz a los Muertos — Sometimes music is a journey. Mathematicians - Factor of Four — Factor of Four is the second release from this all-instrumental quartet. Their music is a mix of somewhat rhythmically intricate symphonic elements with an occasional contemporary fusion feel Could never forget it Biggest group hug in the world on the second Sonny Jenkins And The New York Potpourri Strings That Friday Pay Eagle Flying Day. What makes it even more perfect was that I had an extra ticket that night and walked around the whole scene pre show trying to give the thing away and could find no takers Everyone got in that night who wanted to.
Pretty awesome night with a lot of happy people afterwards. Brent was freaking on, i remember it seemed like Bobby, Jerry, and Brent were competing on Frank Hutton Big Man Old Man Me each other vocaly. One of the best I was at the Greek in 84' for the Dark Star there but still it was spine tingling from the first notes. The Death Don't was The Grateful Dead Formerly The Warlocks Hand Picked In Hampton Virginia October 8th 9th 1989.
Jerry just shreds it. Attics was one of my all time big bustouts. So much fun. We Won Found extra ticket, tried to give ticket away, everyone had ticket. Finally found youngster who took the ticket It was. Came out of show, everyone very quiet.
Very Quiet Then it was quiet again Years later, at shoreline, Serge Gainsbourg Jane Birkin Je Taime parking lot before a JGB show, had this tape playing in car and someone came up and said "thats hampton, warlocks There is nothing like a Grateful Dead Concert Just a wonderful, general admission venue.
I still get chills when I put on the tape and hear that crowd roar go up at the first notes of Dark Star. As good as it sounds on the old tape, in person it was just amazing. I think the other posts really capture the magic of the night and I will add some of my memories too! You could tell something was a stirring from the "Stranger" when Brent starts singing, "Gonna be a long long crazy crazy tour!
The sound and vibe had changed and you simply felt The Grateful Dead Formerly The Warlocks Hand Picked In Hampton Virginia October 8th 9th 1989 was coming - it was in the air, and it sure did!
I was Jandek You Walk Alone in the hallways at the end of the Playin Reprise when the Dark Star notes came. The crow cheered so loud and the energy exploded so hugely, I saw people experience every emotion imaginable. People jumping up and down, screaming, hugging, crying, falling down in Jan Fryderyk Creative Sound Faun frenzy to get to their seats or inside the arena and lots of food workers and security scared to death because they did not know what the hell was happening.
They just felt that explosion of energy and saw everyone freak out. It was absolutely incredible and during the spaciness of the Dark Star I think it was the loudest I've ever heard the Dead play.
They were just getting weird and loud! The "Death Don't" was simply sacred and the "Attics" was the most special moment of live music I've ever had, anywhere, ever!
All I could see everywhere I looked was people arms in arms singing and crying. My highlight was when the lights came up. There was about a few seconds of stupor and then the crowd gave the loudest and longest most spine tingling cheer I've ever heard even louder than the Dark Star Grateful Dead Spring 1990 So Glad You Made It as a recognition of the amazing and historic event we had just experienced!
Truly Grateful! Brother "A". We had friends in Hampton who heard about the show and got tickets without The Grateful Dead Formerly The Warlocks Hand Picked In Hampton Virginia October 8th 9th 1989 us. We got the call for The Warlocks, and knew it was going to be a very special night! I still wonder what made them pick that night and that venue. Hampton shows really were always pretty special for me! The vibe was amazing. Tickets were everywhere and everyone was ready for a treat.
We all knew it was going to be special. I was on Phil's side on the floor with many friends. We the crowd ebbed and flowed together. Became one.
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