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I discovered that there are a few Godspeed You Black Emperor shows which are fascinating. I enjoy these even more than their studio albums.

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(I need a roadmap to the .moe shows - there are hundreds!)
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(I need a roadmap to the .moe shows - there are hundreds!)
And the scary part is, they're ALL good. You'd never get a consensus on which ones to d/l either. Everybody has their favorites for one reason or another.

I would recommend just checking out the setlists and pick shows that showcase your favorite moe. tunes. If you don't know enough about moe. to do that, then just start downloading some. Look for the 4-20-02 show with John Popper. That one rules.
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bump for Jack Straw

bump anyway, this thing needs some exposure!!
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This site is growing more and more every day...

Are you all taking advantage?
No 50Cent? Forget it Vern!
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I've found a lot of really cool bands on this thing. I really like Carbon Leaf (I downloaded their most recent show at 9:30 Club), a Guster show, Jump Little Children, and now I'm thinking about downloading a Donna the Buffalo show.

I didn't know anything about Carbon Leaf before, but I loved them. JLC and Guster lived up to how good their cds are. I know nothing about Donna the Buffalo, besides that I like their name.

I hope other people are enjoying this service.
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Thanks for bumping this. Between all of the Jack Johnson, Tenacious D, Guster, JLC, and G. Love shows, I'll be pretty busy.
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Bump for the Archive!!
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Anyone know of any artists in the archive like Jack Johnson. I just can't get enough of his stripped down music.....guitar, bongos, and him singing. I've been at antsmarching.org also. Any DMB fans around that could recommend a show?
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If you want some stripped down acoustic music, download some shows by Glenn Philips (lead singer of Toad the Wet Sprocket). He has an amazing voice and is a wonderful songwriter.

He also just got done touring as a part of Mutual Admiration Society along with the members of Nickel Creek with John Paul Jones on bass and Pete Thomas on drums. There is a really good MAS show from Lexington, KY up now. MAS played original songs written by Philips, Nickel Creek songs and a bunch of covers.
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Everyone should download Mason Jennings' 2/13/04(?) show at the Minnesota State Theatre. AMAZING SHOW!!! He played three covers from Dylan, Cash, and Elliott Smith, which he normally doesnt do.

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Originally posted by C_Fletch
Anyone know of any artists in the archive like Jack Johnson. I just can't get enough of his stripped down music.....guitar, bongos, and him singing. I've been at antsmarching.org also. Any DMB fans around that could recommend a show?
Re: Jack Johnson. I'm not sure how similar they might be, but he plays quite a bit with Ben Harper and G Love. So, if you haven't already, I'd check them out.

Re: DMB shows. I just pulled the show from 7-10-04 (Hershey). The sound quality is amazing, and it features four new songs that I assume will be on the next DMB album. That's if you're looking for new stuff. Old stuff, I'd start with 3-23-93.
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Originally posted by Bust
bump for Jack Straw

bump anyway, this thing needs some exposure!!
Thanks, I'm pretty much caught up on d/l all the GD shows that I want. Now I'm just checking the website to see what new shows are being added. I recently keyed into Excel all of the show dates, and it is now easily sortable and searchable. Also, I printed out show date indexes for each of my CD wallets and affixed them to the inside covers. It's incredible being able to pick out any show at random, stick it in the CD player and hearing yet another crispy soundboard recording of Jerr and the boys. Life is Good!

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MFRONE: Thanks for the suggestion on Glen Phillips. I checked out his 11-15-03 concert. I've listened to a few songs and he sounds great.

Tommy_Harn: Yea, I've been a big Ben Harper fan for quite a long time. I've checked out a few songs by G Love. Need to download more of his songs though. I'll check out those DMB shows. So far I've just looked at the forum to figure out which shows to download first. Check out 3-19-03 for a great Dave and Tim show.
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Originally posted by C_Fletch
Anyone know of any artists in the archive like Jack Johnson. I just can't get enough of his stripped down music.....guitar, bongos, and him singing. I've been at antsmarching.org also. Any DMB fans around that could recommend a show?
The answer is Mason Jennings. Jack and Mason have toured together. And I believe a few of those shows should be on archive.org with the two of them playing together on a few songs. Download the 2.21.03 and 2.13.04 show, both are awesome.
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MFRONE: I checked out Mutual Admiration Society. They have a great sound. Couldn't find the KY show so I downloaded the Lexington, VA show. Great sound quality and the crowd is quiet during the show.
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I'm not sure if it's a great match, but if you like JJ you might enjoy some of the earlier Jason Mraz concerts. When he used to play at Java Joes it was with a guitar and bongo drums. There is some pretty cool stuff.
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Originally posted by C_Fletch
MFRONE: I checked out Mutual Admiration Society. They have a great sound. Couldn't find the KY show so I downloaded the Lexington, VA show. Great sound quality and the crowd is quiet during the show.
Yeah, I meant to say Lexington, VA. If you like the show, check out the show they did in the parking lot for some fans, they did like 19 songs out there.
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It's time for a bump of this thread. Someone suggest a new band to download:

Thus far I've downloaded shows from:

Jenni Alpert
Carbon Leaf
Donna the Buffalo
Gin Blossoms
Guster
Howie Day
Jack Johnson
Jump little Children
Glen Phillips
Soul Coughing
Spoon
Toad the Wet Sprocket and
Waterdeep

What should I check out?
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Well, you can't go wrong with Big Head Todd & The Monsters as well as Moe. Check out some early Jason Mraz shows too.

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I left off Mraz...I did download one of his older Java Joe's shows. He is good. I'll have to try Big Head Todd as I don't really know any of their music. Same thing with Moe.

Does anyone know which of the Grateful Dead concerts on there are good?
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Originally posted by Alyoshka
It's time for a bump of this thread. Someone suggest a new band to download:

Thus far I've downloaded shows from:

Jenni Alpert
Carbon Leaf
Donna the Buffalo
Gin Blossoms
Guster
Howie Day
Jack Johnson
Jump little Children
Glen Phillips
Soul Coughing
Spoon
Toad the Wet Sprocket and
Waterdeep

What should I check out?
Mason Jennings!!!
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Originally posted by Alyoshka
Does anyone know which of the Grateful Dead concerts on there are good?
Well, there's an awful lot of territory to cover here Some I would recommend are:

any SBD from May 1977, particularly 5/7, 8, & 9
SBDs from spring 1990
7/8/78
2/26-28/81
5/26/73
11/11/73
6/18/74
some nice SBDs from fall 79
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Bump. Some great show to download. Can anyone recommend a MOE show?

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