Deer Creek Delivers!!

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DeadReckoning says:

Never made Deercreek back in the day but glad I did for this one. They just keep getting better & its a well-oiled machine at this point. Fantastic show all around. Terrapin was epic & truly transcendent!

Mike Banks says:

Love the commentary!

firstube says:

Edit title: deer creek delivers sleep!

gordon hensley says:

yeah — def: deer creek ruled — best show so far for sure…. and curious that while river bend/cinci was good, they waited til deer creek to pick up the energy from camden #2… that playin>ujb and other one situation from camden was SO hot…. deer creek picked it up from there… so inspiring. thanks to the band

Vincent Miller says:

HelpSlipFrank is my spirit animal! Best thing I've ever heard. Such a great show and vibe!

Ace says:

Started out vegan, went to meat eatin'
and back to vegan all in one song.

DrVonChilla says:

DEADHEAD since 1979. This current band is a ho-hum affair, regardless of how "hot" they play…..it's WAY past time to retire and simply jam with your buddies in your living room. The BEST of what they're doing now is not equal to the WORST of, say, 1977…..time to hang it up, fellas….

….and to see all these balding, dried-up DeadHeads dance around on their ruined knees is PAINFUL to watch…..

TIME TO HANG IT UP, BITCHES

TheTestingGrounds says:

Good story about your lucky acquisition. You should have reached in that bin one more time! Put the goods back in the audience where they belong. And I do remember herb being scarce in the summer of '90. More important though is your mention of Mickey, and I want to thank you for your efforts in trying to get Baba Jingo into the repetoire. I'm with you in that we need more drummers singing. So hats off to you for that.

Michael Hayes says:

It wasn't just the acid! DAMN I LOVE DEER CREEK AND THE GRATEFUL DEAD! Smokin killer show! I think last night will be the best of the tour! Powerful stuff!

bernie says:

Dean scored some dank!

Jonathan Banks says:

I'll lie down on hammock and listen to Row Jimmy all day long.

Jonathan Banks says:

Love the Deer Creek '90 stories.

T B says:

The real question is,"Where in the world is COSMIC CHARLIE!!??"

Jacob Whitaker says:

feel like a stranger screwed and chopped

UNC FAN says:

That was the best show of the whole tour so far can’t wait for ATL I’m going although they played all the songs I wanted them to play in ATL in deer creek oh well it’s still going to be a good show

Lorin Stoll says:

great stories Dean!

William Loudermilk says:

You obviously missed Jerry's presence as the "ball of lightning" behind and above the stage. The nearest storm cell on radar was over 100 miles away, but the lightning consistently flashing above the stage seemed to be Jerry adding his "voice" as punctuation marks to the lyrics. If I remember correctly the first time Bob was at "A lovely view of heaven but I'd rather be with you" Jerry flashed lightning as if to say that he missed his dear friend on stage as Bob finished the "you" which was the one that absolutely convinced me that Jerry was with us last night.

There were so many lightning flashes that acted as punctuation/harmony during the entire second set that it was difficult to not see Jerry in the lightning, especially with the flash in SOTM already mentioned. And then to furthur the analogy, it seems as though he cried tears of happiness almost immediately as the lights came on that the music has never stopped.

I don't know if Jerry's presence as the lightning was visible to the lower part of the lawn (and positive it wasn't visible in the pavilion), but I wasn't the only one at the top of the lawn who was absolutely convinced Jerry was controlling the lightning last night because of how many meaningful lyrics were punctuated by a flash of lightning. And I can't imagine him not crying from the joy he knew that was still be brought through the music after last night's show.

I was saying on the way out that I hope someone recorded video from the top of the lawn for Bobby to see Jerry in the lightning adding his input at the right times.

houserpowerwsp says:

would you like a Wolf hat?? or do you just wear visors.. 7-19-90 is one of my favorites

Cosmic Charlie says:

Summer of 1990! That was the summer of Sea-hash if you lived on the Jersey shore..The commercial Scallop/Clam boats were dredging up bails and bails and bails of hash ..I remember my dad coming home with a kilo still sealed in the burlap and the whole fam breaking it down..Yes we were a pothead family and still are!

bob733333 says:

Don't eat the GMO Soybeans!

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