What Song fits your current mood vs Everything's better with a soundtrack

KittyKat13

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In keeping with the theme - and because it truly fits!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRIbf6JqkNc
Guns and Roses, Don't Cry
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3OJKsjiWDo
Pat Benetar, Little Too Late
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[video=youtube_share;awMIbA34MT8]http://youtu.be/awMIbA34MT8?list=FL074mF3Yqhoo7DcdMBO68kQ[/video]
 

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I don't know that I could find the right words for how perfect that BDP was. I must request an equally appropriate Jack Straw...
=D

I think they have the setlist wrong.. Its song five not the opener.

The Jack-A-Roe right after it is really smokin as well. Really a pretty sweet show.. Scarlet Fire, Terrapin, High Time.

Memorial Coliseum, U of Alabama (May 17, 1977) %)

1Jack Straw
10:232Mississippi Half-Step >
04:423El Paso
07:344They Love Each Other
05:305Jack Straw
05:516Jack-A-Roe
08:047Looks Like Rain
08:348Tennessee Jed
03:179Passenger
08:1710High Time
06:4211Big River
03:5612Sunrise
11:0413Scarlet Begonias >
14:4914Fire On The Mountain
06:2215Samson And Delilah
06:1216Bertha >
05:3717Good Lovin'
05:4118Brown Eyed Women
08:3519Estimated Prophet
11:1220Terrapin Station >
12:1321Playin' In The Band >
04:5322Drums >
10:2923Wharf Rat >
06:5624Playin' In The Band
10:2525Sugar Magnolia
 
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littlegypsymoth

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Someone wrote, possibly in the GD appreciation thread that American Beauty was their best studio album. While obviously live is the way to go, I have to say American Beauty pales in comparison to Workingman's Dead. Skeletons From the Closet was my first album, and if I was playing something for someone who'd never heard them I'd play that or American Beauty. That was all in response to the 'High Time' you pointed out. There's a decent Big River too... Something I haven't found yet is a really good live Don't Ease Me In....
And Thank You! Music is my medicine. When it hits, you feel no pain :)
Edit: that first Jack Straw is actually New Minglewood Blues.
 
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