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Set 1: Drums > Mystery Train, Minglewood Blues, Jack a Roe, Down The Road, Tennessee Jed, West L.A. Fadeaway > Dark Star Jam > Jam > Drums > Preacher in the Ring > Dark Star > Uncle John's Band > Jam > Playing In The Band (reprise) > Throwing Stones > Not Fade Away
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
Down the Road
West L.A. Fadeaway >
Dark Star Jam >
Preacher in the Ring >
Dark Star >
Uncle John's Band >
Jam > Playin in the Band (reprise) >
Throwing Stones >
Not Fade Away
Box of Rain
Touch of Grey
I was given some of the DAT Masters of The Other Ones 1998 Summer Tour tour
back in September 1998, which I cloned for myself and then returned them to the band. This is the first time these have circulated without the additional CDR step involved. I hope you enjoy!
first Mystery Train
first Throwing Stones
first Not Fade Away
Played back on Tascam DA20MKII>LynxOne SPDIF In>Wavelab 6 Editing in Bias Peak Pro6, Sample Rate Conversion (Weiss Saracon) & Flac'd in Audiophile Engineering Sample Manager
Love this band. I think due to the high emotions still felt at the time amongst the community about Jerry's death that this band never for it's due nor a real chance. For those of us that got to see them or have delved into the available material most I think come to realize that this is some of the hottest post jerry material available and in particular the early other ones that features steve kimock, mark karan, bruce Hornsby back with the band, and Dave Ellis I believe on sax as well as jay lane/john molo and then eventually Mickey/molo on drums is just and incredible supergroup overflowing with virtuosity and talent. I wish this project had lasted longer. As much as I did enjoy my only live other ones shows which were with jimmy herring and rob barrack/jeff chimenti and Susan tedeschi etc as well as how much I did enjoy the actual return of The Dead first with just jimmy then with jimmy and warren Haynes and eventually just warren and then I've enjoyed Furthur as well- despite all that I would take this original Other ones lineup over further anyday of the week. There was something about the name not having dead in it at all that I think somehow freed the guys up to feel comfortable taking liberties with the songs that they don't feel they can take when they are calling themselves the dead. Or even Furthur just having kadlebot (who I respect but don't like nearly as much as kimock/karan or herring/Haynes). There was life and verve to this group. It almost seems like it's what the band wanted to evolve into even if jerry had lived. And you could hear the dead get jazzier and jazzier after Brent died and they worked with all the midi stuff and whatnot. This stuff just smokes man. If you are normally a hater of anything but your favorite era of jerry dead-I just implore you to close your eyes and listen without any prejudices or any prior thoughts about what the music should or shouldn't sound like and appreciate it for what it is- the amalgamation of everything jerry hopes for this music. That it would evolve and be an entity in of itself and go beyond the confines of the bodies who happened to be delivering it at a certain moment in time and space. If you look at it that way you can't help but have a smile on your face and enjoy it. Peace to all of you and godbless.