1977 was a golden year in Grateful Dead history. The band had thoroughly settled in with their newest additions, the Godchauxs, and were playing some of the best music of their career. As with most years of their career, the Dead spent most of the year on the road, performing across the country with eager fans following their every beckon call.The group kicked off a major spring tour on April 22nd, before settling into the Passaic, NJ Capitol Theatre for a three night run from 4/25 through 4/27. There was some serious magic in the air for the run’s finale, which saw the Dead open with Chuck Berry’s “Promised Land” and roar through an extended version of “Mississippi Half-Step.” Lengthy versions of “Sugaree,” “Scarlet Begonias / Fire On The Mountain,” “Terrapin Station” and “Morning Dew” highlight this particularly tasty treat.Another treat, of course, is the full video that has been captured by Music Vault and shared for your viewing pleasure. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show:Setlist: Grateful Dead at Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ – 4/27/77Setlist:0:00:00 – Introduction0:01:49 – Promised Land0:05:22 – crowd noise0:07:06 – Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo0:15:05 – crowd noise0:19:49 – Looks Like Rain0:27:10 – crowd noise0:29:19 – Sugaree0:40:48 – crowd noise0:43:02 – El Paso0:47:43 – crowd noise0:49:43 – Row Jimmy0:58:42 – crowd noise1:00:40 – New Minglewood Blues1:05:46 – Banter1:07:05 – Loser1:15:36 – crowd noise1:17:27 – The Music Never Stopped1:24:33 – Intermission1:35:44 – Estimated Prophet1:44:04 – crowd noise1:45:53 – Scarlet Begonias / Fire On The Mountain2:07:00 – crowd noise2:08:34 – Ramble On Rose2:15:42 – crowd noise2:18:32 – Samson And Delilah2:25:34 – crowd noise2:29:24 – Terrapin Station2:39:50 – Morning Dew2:52:00 – Banter3:02:46 – Johnny B. Goode[originally published 4/27/16]
With Jazz Fest well underway, New Orleans is the place to be right now for late-night jams, unexpected collaborations, and non-stop musical marathons. On Sunday, New Orleans’ Little Gem Saloon hosted Worship My Organ, a late-night tradition that brings together world-renowned organ players.Jazz Fest After Dark: L4LM Top PicksSunday’s Worship My Organ late-night featured Hammond B3 organ masters Robert Walter and Marco Benevento complimented by drummer Adam Deitch, saxophonist Skerik, and DJ Logic. During the all-star cast’s performance, Phish bassist and Walter’s bandmate, Mike Gordon, joined in for some improvisational exploration. Playing around with a Moog and organ, Gordon traded off tasty licks with Walter and Benevento, backed by Deitch holding down a hard-hitting groove behind the kit.Luckily, there’s some fan-shot footage of Mike Gordon’s sit-in with Worship My Organ, which you can watch below:Worship My Organ w/ Mike Gordon – 4/28/2019[Video: Josh Valentine]On Friday, May 3rd, Gordon and Walter will regroup at New Orleans’ Joy Theater for a one-off performance with Gordon’s solo outfit. Tickets for Gordon’s upcoming New Orleans performance are still available here.
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