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8 Replies to “ Standing On The Moon - Grateful Dead* - Downhill From Here - Alpine Valley (DVD) ”

  1. Downhill From Here-Alpine Valley This video encapsulates the best Deads performance that I've seen. I also own other video's like View from the Vault I thru III, and Ticket To New Year's, Trucken Up To Buffalo, but in my opinion this concert takes me back to "being there" maybe it's because side profile shots of the band playing on stage, you can see the Dead Heads swaying in the upper seats.
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  3. Recorded live in at Alpine Valley Music Theater, a favorite “Dead Head” destination, Downhill From Here captures “The Dead” at the pinnacle of their career. First Set Let the Good Times Roll • Feel Like a Stranger • Built to Last • Me and My Uncle • Cumberland Blues • .
  4. Grateful Dead* ‎– Downhill From Here - Alpine Valley Label: Monterey Home Video ‎– Standing On The Moon: Drums: The Wheel: Gimme Some Loving: Going Down The Road Feeling Bad: Grateful Dead* Downhill From Here - Alpine Valley 4/5(4).
  5. Downhill From Here. Grateful Dead Video and DVD release of over two and half hours of live Grateful Dead recorded at the Alpine Valley Music Theatre. The majority of the July 17, show and three songs from July 19, show are included. At the time of writing () has been released on DVD, Laser Disc and VHS NTSC. The band at the.
  6. The fact that the Dead released this night on video as "Downhill From Here" should tell you what THEY thought of the evening. In The Grateful Dead Taping Compendium, Vol 3, John Dwork comments on the entire three-show run at Alpine in , and lists the highlights of this particular show as " every damn note." Two of the many notable.
  7. Oct 22,  · Grateful Dead Downhill from here Alpine Valley 7/17/ Grateful Dead Downhill from here Alpine Valley 7/17/
  8. Great film showing almost the entire July 17, Grateful Dead show at Alpine Valley. There is little attempt to `sex-up' the footage, preferring instead to focus on the band. My only wish is that they had filmed the ecstasy in the audience when they played And We Bid You Good Night for the first time since December 31,

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