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4 July, 2015 - RollingStone.com
Last night, the surviving "core four" members of the Grateful Dead began their three-night stand at Chicago's Soldier Field after two earlier, quasi-warmup shows in Santa Clara, California, the weekend before. With it came the return not only of a certain sound — in last night's case, the loose-and-nimble jamming of the Seventies, heard in an almost entirely Me Decade set list drawn from albums like Blues for Allah, Europe '72, American Beauty and From the Mars Hotel — but in the surrounding atmosphere. A few things that have changed with times — and some that haven't — at the first Chicago night of the Fare Thee Well shows. Trey Anastasio on His Huge Summer With the Dead and Phish What's changed: Things one can bring into the venue. Signs at the Soldier Field entrance gate warned that prohibited items included glow sticks, "illegal drugs" and strollers. Even "horns and whistles" made the list. Also, the frayed T-shirts worn by many loyalists now include those for Dead spinoffs like Phil Lesh & Friends and Furthur, none of which existed before Garcia's death in 1995. What hasn't changed: The band's legendary outside-the-venue hangout area, "Shakedown Street." Vending booths sold tapestries, T-shirts, and seemingly healthy food. At a tent-style store selling Garcia merchandise, fans danced in the outside pre-show sun to live recordings of the Jerry Garcia Band. What's changed: The price tags. Some tickets were as much as $199. "Fare Thee Well" hoodies were selling for $120. What hasn't changed: Just beyond the venue grounds, a clearly unauthorized vendor was selling balloons filled with nitrous.  What's changed: Despite earlier concerns about tens of thousands of Deadhead converging on Solider Field, some without tickets for the sold-out show, the overall atmosphere was mellow and carnival-like. Venue employees handed out free red roses as concertgoers entered the venue. (This was the idea of promoter Peter Shapiro.) Memories of gnarly Dead shows of the Nineties overrun by gate crashers and excessive partying were gone. "Everyone says hello and is being nice and friendly," said Jon Lese, a Connecticut marketing consultant who drove overnight with friends. "Maybe we're a little older and more responsible. It's night and day compared to '95." What hasn't changed: Famous Deadheads. Among those in attendance were skyscraper-tall retired basketball legend and unabashed Deadhead Bill Walton (who happily posed for photos with fans outside the venue) and, reportedly, Senator and longtime Deadhead Al Franken. Sonic Youth guitarist Lee Ranaldo, who caught numerous Dead shows on his native Long Island in the Seventies, was also in the crowd. "It's amazing, like having that experience all over again," he enthused. "I love the way the band just wandered out on stage and started playing. It was just like the old days." The experience extended away from Soldier Field; Chicago was overrun with Deadheads and Dead-related museum exhibits. "We were on the corner near Wrigley Field and there was a freak on the sidewalk, smoking weed and going into this stoned rap," said Ranaldo. What's changed: The respectability quotient. On one American Airlines flight to Chicago, a flight attendant gave one of the most unusual announcements ever heard in the air: "If you're going to the Grateful Dead concert in Chicago — and I wish I were! — one of your fellow passengers would like to swap a Friday ticket for a Saturday ticket. If you can do this, come see me." After a round of applause in the cabin, the ticket swap went down. When told of the story at Soldier Field, Dead scholar and SiriusXM radio host David Gans smiled: "That's the best story I've ever heard that we're everywhere." What hasn't changed: Deadheads and this music. Throughout the over-four-hour show, Deadheads largely stood and swayed, roaring at the start of certain songs ("Scarlet Begonias," "Box of Rain," "Fire on the Mountain") and whenever Phish's Trey Anastasio powered into one of several riffy solos. The Dead shuffle dance was back in the crowd, as were rampant air-guitar outbreaks, especially during "Bertha." As one fan said out loud, "Everyone is so happy to be here." Related The Grateful Dead Vs. Radio City Music Hall 11 Greatest Guest Jams at Grateful Dead Concerts Inside the Grateful Dead's New 80-Disc Box Set
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Katy Perry & Juicy J - Dark Horse (At 2014 Grammy Awards) (Live)
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Katy Perry & Juicy J - Dark Horse (At 2014 Grammy Awards) (Live) текст

[Intro: Juicy J]
Yeah yall know what it is
Katy Perry
Juicy J
Uh huh, let's rage!

[Verse 1: Katy Perry]
I knew you were
You were gonna come to me
And here you are
But you better choose carefully
Cause I-I-I
I'm capable of anything
Of anything
And everything
Make me your Aphrodite
Make me your one and only
But don't make me your enemy
Your enemy
Your enemy

[Chorus: Katy Perry]
So you wanna play with magic?
Boy, you should know what you're falling for
Baby, do you dare to do this?
Cause I'm coming at you like a dark horse
Are you ready for?
Ready for?
A perfect storm?
Perfect storm?
Cause once you're mine
Once you're mine
There's no going back

[Verse 2: Katy Perry]
Hey! [etc.]
Mark my words
This love will make you levitate
Like a bird
Like a bird without a cage
We're down to earth
If you choose to walk away
Don't walk away
It's in the palm of your hand now baby
It's a yes or a no?
No maybe
So just be sure
Before you give it all to me
All to me
Give it all to me

[Chorus]
So you wanna play with magic?
Boy, you should know what you're falling for
Baby, do you dare to do this?
Cause I'm coming at you like a dark horse
Are you ready for?
Ready for?
A perfect storm?
Perfect storm?
Cause once you're mine
Once you're mine
There's no going back

[Verse 3: Juicy J]
Uh, she's a beast
I call her Karma
She eat your heart out
Like Jeffrey Dahmer
Be careful
Try not to lead her on
Shawty's heart is on steroids
Cause her love is so strong
You may fall in love
When you meet her
If you get the chance you better keep her
She's sweet as pie but if you break her heart
She turn cold as a freezer
That fairy tale ending with a knight in shining armor
She can be my Sleeping Beauty
I'm gon' put her in a coma (Woo!)
Damn, I think I love her
Shawty so bad
I'm sprung and I don't care
She ride me like a roller coaster
Turn the bedroom into a fair
Her love is like a drug
I was tryna hit it and quit it
But lil mama so dope
I messed around and got addicted

[Chorus]
So you wanna play with magic?
Boy, you should know what you're falling for
Baby, do you dare to do this?
Cause I'm coming at you like a dark horse
Are you ready for?
Ready for?
A perfect storm?
Perfect storm?
Cause once you're mine
Once you're mine
There's no going back