Guitarist Warren Haynes continues to honor the music of the Grateful Dead with his Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebrations, performing Garcia’s music not only with orchestras, but also with his own guitar, Wolf. With the exciting announcement yesterday that Melvin Seals, a longtime member of the JGB, would join Haynes for an upcoming Symphonic Celebration on Garcia’s birthday at Red Rocks, fans could not be more excited for these upcoming shows.To get his fans in a Grateful mood, Haynes shared a playlist chock full of his favorite Garcia songs. Check out the playlist, and read his thoughts on each and every track below, courtesy of the Warren Haynes website.Warren Haynes’ Favorite Grateful Dead SongsTERRAPIN STATION – The quintessential Grateful Dead “time capsule” song. CHINA DOLL – I much prefer “live” versions to the studio version. Beautiful haunting melody and lyrics. CRAZY FINGERS – I love the way the music and melody, which sound nothing like traditional reggae music, are superimposed over the reggae beat. Great chord changes. COMES A TIME – I always loved the Garcia/Hunter ballads. Gave Jerry plenty of space to emote in. His voice really delivers the emotion of the lyric and melody. BROKEDOWN PALACE – Another beautiful ballad with a timeless lyric and music that spans back through the history of American music. SHAKEDOWN STREET – I prefer the slower, funkier “live” versions to the studio version but it’s a classic part of the Dead repertoire. UNCLE JOHN’S BAND – One of Hunter’s best lyrics – really paints a picture of a beautiful, fictitious story. HELP ON THE WAY > SLIPKNOT – Classic 1, 2 punch – fans hate to hear them separated, but either on it’s own is great. Cool juxtaposition of a straight ahead, R&B influenced, tune in to a very complex instrumental that’s influenced by jazz and classical music. RIPPLE – The simplest, but perfect, melody – also one of Hunter’s best lyrics. The audience has to sing along-they have no choice. BLUES FOR ALLAH – Uniquely beautiful piece of music. KING SOLOMON’S MARBLES – Another complex instrumental very influenced by jazz and jazz fusion. STELLA BLUE – Another timeless ballad composed in a way that shows influences from decades before the birth of Rock and Roll. WHARF RAT – One of those “slow-burn” Dead tunes that signifies their unique, instantly identifiable sound. Great song but also a great vehicle for improvisation. SCARLET BEGONIAS > FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN – Another pair of classics that the audience loves to hear together, but are equally powerful apart.
Nuno Espirito Santo has been linked with the Arsenal manager’s job (Picture: Getty)Goal, however, reports that club staff believe it is only a matter of time before the former PSG coach is given his marching orders with Freddie Ljungberg primed to take over in the short-term, at least.Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is the latest name in the frame for Emery’s job, while the likes of Max Allergri and Mikel Arteta are also under consideration.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalMORE: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang refusing Arsenal offer due to Unai Emery uncertaintyMORE: Paul Merson begs Arsenal board to appoint Mauricio Pochettino Advertisement Hector Bellerin is an injury doubt ahead of Arsenal’s Europa League match against Eintracht Frankfurt (Picture: Getty)Arsenal are likely to be without Hector Bellerin for Thursday’s Europa League group stage match against Eintracht Frankfurt.Last season’s beaten finalists will progress to the knockout stages should they avoid defeat against the Bundesliga side, but are almost certain to be without their first choice right-back who has only recently returned from nine months out following a cruciate knee injury setback.Arsenal’s official website reports that Bellerin reported a tightness in one of his hamstrings and will be assessed ahead of tomorrow’s potentially decisive game for Unai Emery.Bellerin made his comeback on September 24 and has made six subsequent first team appearances, the most recent of which came in Saturday’s disappointing 2-2 draw against Southampton at the Emirates which left his manager clinging to his job.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTEmery was forced to hold an emergency meeting with club chiefs Edu and Raul Sanllehi in the tunnel area following the loss of two points against a side placed 19th in the table and has subsequently been given four games to save his job. Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 27 Nov 2019 11:04 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.3kShares Comment Advertisement Hector Bellerin suffers hamstring injury ahead of must-win match for Unai Emery
MORE: Picks for Rivalry Week games”Just disappointed,” Ole Miss coach Matt Luke told reporters after the game (per Jackson, Miss., TV station WJTV). “It’s not who we are. We’ve been a disciplined team all year and (I’m) just disappointed that it happened. . . . Elijah’s a good kid. He got caught up in the moment.”Mississippi State gets the win, Moore gets all the online abuse he deserves and Ole Miss, which isn’t bowl-eligible after a 4-8 season, gets to live with the stink of this for a whole year. The Egg Bowl rivalry game between Ole Miss and Mississippi State is one of the most hate-filled in the nation. It leads players to taunt their opponents . . . like how Ole Miss player Elijah Moore did Thursday.Bad Rebel. Bad. Ole Miss had drawn to a point behind the Bulldogs in the closing seconds of regulation on Moore’s receiving touchown, but Moore decided that wasn’t good enough. He tried to celebrate by making like a dog and doing the old pee taunt — right in front of an official.Out came the flag, back went the kicking team 15 yards for the extra-point try (a 2-point attempt for the win was no longer a good option) and, well, let’s just say: College kickers, man.OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!! ELIJAH MOORE’S PENALTY JUST COST OLE MISS!!!!!!!!!!!! THE GAME TYING EXTRA POINT IS NO GOOD!!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/wwTd5OJzG5— I’M SEEING GHOSTS (@FTBeard11) November 29, 2019The Rebels lost by (No.)1.