The latest installment in the Grateful Dead‘s All The Years Live archive video series is available now on the band’s YouTube page. This entry highlights the Dead’s performance of “Row Jimmy” from Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, PA on July 8th, 1990.This telling of the Wake of the Flood classic came in the midst of a serene first set. The full concert would later be released on DVD as View from the Vault, Volume One in 2000, and with good reason as the entire show finds the Dead in fine form. With the whole band in sync, the improvisation flows effortlessly between Jerry Garcia and Brent Mydland and provides an idyllic soundtrack to a fine summer day.Grateful Dead archivist and legacy manager David Lemieux notes in the video’s description,When the Pittsburgh show from 7/8/90 was selected for release as the first View From The Vault, the excellent first set had a couple of major highlights from 1973’s Wake Of The Flood: the set-closing Let It Grow, and this Row Jimmy from earlier in the set (to round out the Wake trio, they’d also play Eyes Of The World in the second set). Asked in an interview what was his favourite song to play with the Grateful Dead, Jerry replied Row Jimmy.Watch the Grateful Dead perform “Row Jimmy” at Three Rivers Stadium on July 8th, 1990.Grateful Dead – “Row Jimmy” – Pittsburgh, PA – 7/8/90[Video: Grateful Dead]Previous installments of the Dead’s ongoing All The Years Live series have included:“It’s All Over Now” from 7/16/90 at Rich Stadium“Stagger Lee” from 12/31/78 at Winterland Arena“Sugaree” from 10/1/88 at Shoreline Amphitheatre“Row Jimmy” from 9/16/78 at Giza Sound And Light Theatre“Not Fade Away” from 7/10/90 at Carter-Finley Stadium“Terrapin Station” from 7/4/89 at Rich Stadium“Bird Song” from 7/10/90 at Carter-Finley Stadium “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo” from 7/12/89 at RFK Stadium “Wang Dang Doodle” from 5/11/91 at Shoreline Amphitheatre “Dark Star” from 10/18/74 at Winterland Ballroom“Ripple” from 10/31/80 at Radio City Music Hall “Dear Mr. Fantasy” > “Hey Jude” from 7/2/89 at Sullivan Stadium“Scarlet Begonias” from 10/19/20 at Winterland Ballroom“Bertha” from 7/4/89 at Rich Stadium“China Cat Sunflower” > “I Know You Rider” from 10/2/87 at Shoreline Amphitheatre“Playing In The Band” from 6/9/1991 at Buckeye Lake“Sugar Magnolia” > “Scarlet Begonias” from 7/16/1990 at Rich Stadium“Standing On The Moon” from 7/7/89 at JFK Stadium“Truckin’” from 6/13/93 at Rich Stadium“Fire On The Mountain” from 10/31/80 at Radio City Music Hall“Mississippi Half-Step” from 7/16/90 at Rich Stadium“The Wheel” > “All Along The Watchtower” from 6/11/93 at Buckeye Lake“Wharf Rat” from 7/6/90 at Cardinal Stadium“Uncle John’s Band” from 10/19/74 at Winterland Ballroom“Ship of Fools” from 7/16/90 at Rich Stadium“West L.A. Fadeaway” from 7/26/87 at Rich Stadium“Brown Eyed Women” from 7/1/92 at Buckeye Lake“When Push Comes To Shove” from 7/24/87 at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum“Touch of Grey” from 6/16/90 at Shoreline Amphitheatre “Casey Jones” from 12/31/78 at Winterland Ballroom“Uncle John’s Band” from 6/25/93 at JFK Stadium“Cumberland Blues” from 7/17/89 at Alpine Valley“Cassidy” from 6/13/93 from Rich Stadium“Cold Rain & Snow” from 6/14/91 at RFK Stadium“Eyes of the World” from 6/11/93 at Buckeye Lake“Black Peter” from 7/8/90 at Three Rivers Stadium“Sugaree” from 10/18/74 at Winterland Ballroom“Foolish Heart” from 6/11/93 at Buckeye Lake“Uncle John’s Band” from 7/17/89 at Alpine Valley Music Theatre“Let It Grow” from 6/9/91 at Buckeye LakeOpening Sequence and “U.S. Blues” from The Grateful Dead Movie“Truckin’” from 10/30/80 at Radio City Music Hall“Bird Song” from 6/26/93 at RFK Stadium“Samson And Delilah” from 12/31/78 at Winterland Ballroom“They Love Each Other” from 12/27/83 at the San Francisco Civic Auditorium“High Time” from 7/16/90 at Rich Stadium“Truckin’” from 10/19/74 at Winterland Ballroom“Feel Like A Stranger” from June 26th, 1993 at RFK Stadium“Cold Rain And Snow” from 7/4/89 at Rich Stadium“Let It Grow” from 7/8/90 at Three Rivers Stadium“St. Stephen” from New Year’s Eve 1978 at Winterland Ballroom“Throwing Stones” from New Year’s Eve 1987 at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum“Stagger Lee” from 7/1/92 at Buckeye Lake“Help On The Way > Slipknot > Franklin’s Tower” from 6/14/91 at JFK Stadium“Weather Report Suite from 10/18/74 at Winterland Ballroom“Bird Song” From at New Year’s Eve 1987 at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum“Way To Go Home” From 6/13/93 at Rich Stadium“Black-Throated Wind” from 6/14/91 at RFK Stadium“Heaven Help The Fool” from 10/30/80 at Radio City Music Hall“China Cat Sunflower” / “I Know You Rider” from 10/17/74 at the Winterland Ballroom“Let It Grow” from 7/16/90 at Rich Stadium“Loose Lucy” from 6/17/91 at Giants Stadium“Big Boss Man” from 6/16/90 at Shoreline Amphitheatre“New Speedway Boogie” from 6/17/91 at Giants Stadium“Terrapin Station” from 7/26/87 at Anaheim Stadium“Not Fade Away” from New Year’s Eve 1978 at the Winterland Ballroom“Cassidy” from 6/17/91 at Giants Stadium“Stagger Lee” from 7/4/91 at Rich Stadium“Lazy River Road” from 6/26/93 at RFK Stadium“Bird Song” from 7/1/92 at Buckeye Lake“Shakedown Street” from 6/22/91 at Soldier Field“My Brother Esau” from 7/24/87 at Oakland, CA’s Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum“Blow Away” from 7/16/90 at Rich Stadium“Touch of Grey” from 7/4/89 at Rich Stadium“China Cat Sunflower” > “I Know You Rider” from 7/6/90 at Cardinal Stadium“Estimated Prophet” from 7/8/90 at Three Rivers Stadium“Reuben & Cherise” from 6/6/90 at Buckeye Lake“Morning Dew” from 10/18/74 at the Winterland Ballroom“Sugar Magnolia”/”Scarlet Begonias”/”Fire On The Mountain” from 12/31/78 at the Winterland Ballroom“Wang Dang Doodle” from 6/14/91 at RFK StadiumView All Videos
UWF softball ready to begin 2014 season at home Argos look to improve on last seasons 21-25 record (Photo by Chris Nelson) PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida softball program begins the 2014 season when they host the University of Mobile Saturday, Feb. 1 in a doubleheader. The Argos will continue the opening weekend at home when they face Midwestern State also in a doubleheader Sunday, Feb. 2. UWF will close out opening weekend play on Monday, Feb. 3 when they take on Midwestern State at 9 a.m. CT and then Southern Arkansas at 1 p.m. CT.Live CoverageLive Stats and Audio for entire weekendGame NotesOpening WeekendPreseason rankingsThe University of West Florida softball team was picked to finish fifth in the Gulf South Conference in the 2014 Preseason GSC Coaches’ Poll. The Argonauts received a total of 27 points that ranked them in the fifth spot.Alabama Huntsville was picked to finish first in the conference after they received six first place votes and totaled 48 points. Valdosta State was a close second after they totaled 44 points and received two first place votes. North Alabama and West Alabama earn the third and fourth spots, and Delta State, West Georgia, and Christian Brothers round out the remaining teams.Senior Danielle Sanders (Leesburg, Fla.) was the only Argo to be selected to the 2014 Preseason All-GSC team and earned a spot on the team as an outfielder. UAH landed the most student-athletes to the list with four, including last year’s Pitcher and Freshman of the Year, Kimberly Jack.The Argos also had two student-athletes named to the GSC’s Top Newcomers list in junior transfer Lou Barnard (Apopka, Fla./Lake-Sumter CC) and freshman pitcher Jessica Wilkinson (Gainesville, Fla.)NewcomersEntering her 21st season at the helm of West Florida softball, Tami Cyr has added five newcomers to the roster that will compete this spring. The newcomers consist of four freshmen and one junior college transfer.The lone transfer, Lou Barnard, comes to UWF after spending two years at Lake-Sumter State College. As a LakeHawk Barnard saw significant playing time and acquired numerous accolades. Last spring she was a first team selection at first base after leading the LakeHawks with a .377 batting average and set a school record with 13 home runs. She also led the team in RBIs with 47.The rest of the newcomers feature a four-person freshmen squad of all pitchers in Brooke Hale, Becca Taylor, Rebecca Hein and Jessica Wilkinson.Hale comes to UWF from Belleview High School in Belleview, Fla. She led her team to a state runner-up finish in 2012. She ended her senior season in 2013 with 166 innings pitched and 182 strikeouts.Taylor, another Florida native, comes from Panama City, Fla. She played softball for four years at Rutherford High School and lead them to a 2013 5A district championship. Hein lettered four years at Vestavia Hills High School in Vestavia, Ala. While there her team saw a state runner-up finish in 2012 and back to back regional championships in 2012 and 2013. Hein was also named the All-South/Hoover Player of the year after she earned 40 wins during her senior season.Rounding out the freshmen is Wilkinson. She pitched for four years at Buchholz High School in Gainesville, Fla. where she received defensive player of the year, player of the year and first team all-area honors her senior season. Print Friendly Version Share
Rico St. Fluer scored two goals in the Bossier boys’ victory. Obel Gonzalez had one. Madeline Milton had a hat trick in the Haughton girls’ victory. Alyssa Taylor, Kamryn King, Chloe Currence, Meghan Schaffer and Sarah Silny all scored one goal. In a District 1-I girls game, Airline fell to second-place West Monroe 7-2. In a non-district game, Bossier lost to Calvary Baptist 2-0. The Airline boys and Haughton girls posted district soccer victories Monday night. The Lady Bucs improved to 4-8-2 and 1-2. Esaul Damian, Eiben Miranda and Coleman Beeson had one assist each. The Bearkats improved to 12-8-1. In District 1-I, Airline defeated West Monroe 2-0. In District 1-II, Haughton downed Huntington 8-1. Perfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Airline took a 1-0 lead over West Monroe at the half on Adam Bihler’s goal. Josh Crews scored the Vikings’ second-half goal on a header off a corner kick from Tung Khai. Airline improved to 13-9-2 overall and 2-3 in district. West Monroe fell to 5-9-2 and 1-3-1. The Airline girls fell to 5-10-4 overall and 2-2-1 in district. West Monroe improved to 15-3-1 and 4-1. Byrd (17-3-3, 4-0), which defeated Captain Shreve 4-0 Monday, leads the district. In a non-district boys game, Bossier defeated Haughton 3-0.
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