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Dead Show/podcast for 1/22/21

 It's a new year but I've decided to go *way* back for some primal Dead on this week's Deadpod. 

This comes to us from January 17th, 1968 at the Carousel Ballroom in San Francisco. What a treasure of early/classic tunes we have here! Now I'll admit, the sound is sometimes muddy and the vocals are at times less than clear.. however give the age and provinance of this recording I thought it very worth listening to and hope you enjoy it as well. 

Some of the highlights of course are Pigpen on the Lovelight, and check out the fast pacing throughout. Jerry sounds so different on China Cat! I always love hearing the old 'New Potato Caboose' and 'Born Cross-eyed', but what is probably the highlight is the great almost 16 minute 'Spanish Jam'. 

The sound is psychedelic throughout, and if you can overlook the flaws I think you will enjoy this return to some of the roots of our favorite band! 

 

Grateful Dead
Carousel Ballroom
San Francisco, CA 1/17/68 - Wednesday    

One    

Turn On Your Love Light [15:22] %
Dark Star [#4:48] >
China Cat Sunflower [4:04] >
The Eleven [10:01] >
New Potato Caboose [8:30] >
Born Cross-Eyed [2:34] >
Spanish Jam [15:47]
 

Two     

Beat It On Down The Line [2:52] ;
Morning Dew [7:43] ;
Cryptical Envelopment >
The Other One >
Cryptical Envelopment [10:05] ;
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl [13:49] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod012221.mp3

 

Thanks for your kind support of the Deadpod! 

... and leave it on! 

 

2021-01-22
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Dead Show/podcast for 1/15/21

This week we wind up our 'holiday' series of Deadpods with the fabulous third set from the band's New Year's Eve performance in Oakland on December 31st, 1982. This third set features guest  appearances with Etta James and the Tower of Power horns. The band clearly has a blast here, and despite it being the third set play with a great deal of passion and energy.. Phil opens with that familiar bass line from 'Lovelight' and Bobby leads them into it. After a couple of verses and a quite interesting solo from Garcia, Bobby introduces Etta James who takes command of the song, and indeed most of the set! This is a great blues set with 'Tell Mama' coming next. They slow things down with a funky 'Baby What You Want Me To Do' but then the spirit of Pigpen returns with a fine 'Hard to Handle' - Etta is really digging Garcia's work here as you'll hear. They close with a fine 'Midnight Hour' to wind down the set. 

The boys come back, by themselves to deliver a sweet 'Brokedown Palace' encore. On the tape we get to hear Bill Graham send the crowd home as only he would... 

 

Oakland Auditorium
Oakland, CA 12/31/82 - Friday
Three    
Turn On Your Love Light >
Tell Mama ;
Baby What You Want Me To Do ;
Hard To Handle ;
In The Midnight Hour
Encore    
Brokedown Palace
Comments     Third set with Etta James and tower of Power

 

 

 

 

 

 


Now I decided since this was  a shorter set, to include some music I've been wanting to play over the holidays that is just a hot little jam.. this comes from a set variously labeled 'Mickey and the Heartbeats' or 'Jerry Garcia and Friends'.. from Christmas eve, 1968 at the Matrix in San Francisco. I think the sound is out of sight for such an old tape.. 

 

The Matrix
San Francisco CA, 12/24/68 - Tuesday
Mickey & The Heartbeats
Jam 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod011521.mp3

 

Thanks so much for your kind support of the Deadpod!! 

 

a small reminder that we are also on Facebook and I post the links on Instagram weekly. 

 

2021-01-15
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Dead Show/podcast for 1/8/21

 Hello Friends! 

Hope this week's Deadpod provides a bit of a respite from the storms swirling around our heads... this week we get to hear the second set from the band's New Year Eve performance on December 31, 1982. 

NYE is of course the one time of the year when everyone knew what was going to open the second set - and while you'll hear some decidedly 'un-grateful dead' like sound effects at the opening, Sugar Magnolia eventually comes through like ringing a bell, and the band, and Bobby, do an excellent job of celebrating the entrance of a new year. Jerry then goes into a fine 'Sugaree' in noticeably better voice :) 'Man Smart (Woman Smarter) comes next with a nice long guitar intro. Everyone offers some fine contributions here. This ends suddenly, but Jerry brings out 'Ship of Fools' and delivers it quite soulfully. After some searching, the band goes into 'Playin' then drifts into drums and sp;ace. Eventually they launch 'Not Fade Away' with a powerful Brent intro. This one had John Cipollina joining the band, although his contributions are a bit hard to pick out. Instead of turning into 'Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad' (which it seems Garcia is going into) he instead brings out 'Deal'. They finish the set with a great return to 'Sunshine Daydream' and after a nice jam at the end Bobby announces that they will return in a couple minutes - for the third set we'll hear next week. 

 

Oakland Auditorium
Oakland, CA 12/31/82 - Friday
Two    
Sugar Magnolia >
Sugaree >
Man Smart (Woman Smarter) ;
Ship Of Fools ;
Playing In The Band >
Drums >
Space >
Not Fade Away ;
Deal >
Sunshine Daydream

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod010821.mp3

 

Thank you for your kind support of the Deadpod! 

"Though I would not caution all
I still might warn a few
Don't lend your hand to raise no flag
Atop no ship of fools"

 

 

2021-01-08
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Dead Showhttps://four.libsyn.com/content_edit/index/mode/episode#main-social-tab/podcast for 1/1/21

 Happy New Year! 

From a request from a longtime frirend of the Deadpod - I've decided to celebrate the end of 2020 with this fun and raucous show from NYE 1982. I'll present this one over the next couple weeks and hope can feel and enjoy the fun that the band and everyone in attendance had on this special night 39 years ago. 

The first set which we'll hear this week is a bit short, but still well played and tight. Garcia's voice is a bit creaky but he makes up for it with some very nice work on the guitar. A long 'C.C. Rider' has Mathew Kelly sitting in, but I believe Brent adds much to this one (and throughout the set). 'Cumberland Blues' is for me the highlight here as Jerry really brings some nice licks. Brent delivers a short but nice 'Far From Me', Weir is forceful as usual on 'Cassidy' and a bit screechy at times on 'Looks Like Rain' but these are fine versions. 'Ramble On Rose' always brings a smile, and a 'Day Job' to end the year seems quite appropriate.

 

Oakland Auditorium
Oakland, CA 12/31/82 - Friday
One    
Cold Rain And Snow ;
C C Rider ;
Cumberland Blues ;
Far From Me ;
Cassidy ;
Ramble On Rose ;
Looks Like Rain ;
Keep Your Day Job 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod010121.mp3

 A word of thanks for your kind support over the holidays and throughout this last, difficult year. I very much appreciate your kindness. May these songs fill the air with much joy and well being this next year!

"Sometimes when the cuckoo's crying
When the moon is half way down
Sometimes when the night is dying
I take me out and I wander around
I wander round"

2021-01-01
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Dead Show/podcast for 12/25/20

 Merry Christmas! 

I hope that this edition of the Deadpod finds you safe and warm with those you love. I hope the music brings a smile and a memory of happier times and places.. It is my reward to think that it makes someone a little happier.. 

 

this week the second set form the Fabulous Fox in St. Louis Missouri on December 12, 1971. 

This one starts with a fabulous Pigpen 'Good Lovin', followed by a sweet 'Brokedown Palace'. It includes, just for Christmas, a fun 'Run Rudolph Run', and a beautiful 'Comes a Time'. The most interesting segment is probably post-drums, when we get a unique 'Other One>Sitting On Top of the World>Other One'. 

I hope you enjoy the music. 

 

Grateful Dead
Fox Theatre
St. Louis, MO 12/10/71 - Friday
Two    
Good Lovin' [18:50] ;
Brokedown Palace [5:28] ;
Playing In The Band [6:30] ;
Run Rudolph Run [3:10] ;
Deal [5:20] ;
Sugar Magnolia [7:21] ;
Comes A Time [7:34] ;
Truckin' [7:59] >
Drums [3:26] >
The Other One [13:35] >
Sittin' On Top Of The World [2:53] >
The Other One [6:02] >
Not Fade Away [6:01] >
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [6:18] >
Not Fade Away [1:00#]
Encore     One More Saturday Night [4:47] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod122520.mp3 

 Thanks for listening, and of course for your kind support. 

2020-12-25
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Dead Show/podcast for 12/18/20

 For your Christmas week enjoyment.. a stunner from very late Fall, 1971.. 

Pig and Keith were both in fine form on this night at the Fabulous Fox.. This first set is a fine, uptempo collection highlighted, I think with the two Pig tunes, 'Mr. Charlie' and 'Next Time You See Me', as well as a great 'Loser' and 'Jack Straw'. Jerry kind of misses some of the lyrics on 'Tennesee Jed' but makes up for that with some great guitar work on that one. 

I'll present the second set for your enjoyment Christmas morning.. 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Fox Theatre
St. Louis, MO 12/10/71 - Friday
One     
Bertha [5:52] ;
Me And My Uncle [3:01] ;
Mr. Charlie [3:46] ;
Loser [6:30] ;
Beat It On Down The Line [3:04] ;
Sugaree [7:16] ;
Jack Straw [4:54] ;
Next Time You See Me [4:06] ;
Tennessee Jed [7:08] ;
El Paso [4:21] ;
Big Railroad Blues [3:46] ;
Casey Jones [5:33] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod121820.mp3 

Thank you for all the kindness and love.

 

2020-12-18
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Dead Show/podcast for 12/11/20

This week we go back 30 years to the band's second set at McNichols Arena in Denver Colorado on December 13, 1990. 

I'm always a fan of a Help>Slip>Frank opener and here it heralds a fine show. A latter day 'Saint of Circumstance' is followed by a nice 'Eyes of the World' which opens up nicely towards the end as it goes into Drums and Space. The highlight of the set is the fine 'Other One' that comes post-drums and leads into 'Morning Dew'. 

Phil steps in after that with a great 'Box of Rain' to close the set, and the boys return for a 'US Blues' encore.

 

Grateful Dead
McNichols Arena
Denver, CO 12/13/90 - Thursday
Two     
Help On The Way >
Slipknot! >
Franklin's Tower ;
Saint Of Circumstance ;
Eyes Of The World >
Drums >
Space >
The Other One >
Morning Dew ;
Box Of Rain
Encore     U.S. Blues  

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod121120.mp3 

 Kind thanks for listening, and for your generous support. 

 

2020-12-11
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Dead Show/podcast for 12/4/90

 We roll into December with a show from late fall 1990 - this one from McNichols Arena in Denver Colorado on December 13th, 1990. 

This is a fine, energetic show, and starts off with a very uptempo Jack Straw into Sugaree. 'Wang Dang Doodle' follows to get everyone dancin', then Jer slows it down a touch with 'Friend of the Devil'. 

Uncle>Big River contain some tasty Garcia tones, and I think the 'Ramble on Rose' that follows is appreciable different without Brent's touch, but still tight. Bobby brings out the 'Memphis Blues Again' and the boys end the set with their penultimate performance of Hornsby's 'Valley Road'.

 

Grateful Dead
McNichols Arena
Denver, CO 12/13/90 - Thursday
One    
Jack Straw >
Sugaree ;
Wang Dang Doodle ;
Friend Of The Devil ;
Me And My Uncle >
Big River ;
Ramble On Rose ;
Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again ;
Valley Road 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod120420.mp3 

If you are interested, I featured the previous night of this run back in Nov-Dec 2014.. 

Stay well and be kind.... 

2020-12-04
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Dead Show/podcast for 11/26/20

Happy Thanksgiving! 

As is our tradition, I present an acoustic Dead show for your pleasure this Thanksgiving morning. While it is becoming difficult to find an acoustic set (in good quality) that  I haven't presented before, this is a wonderful recording and while the songs will be familiar to you they are still a joy to listen to, I think. 

 

Grateful Dead
Warfield Theatre
San Francisco, CA 10/13/80 - Monday    
One    
On The Road Again [2:52] ;
Bird Song [7:21] ;
El Paso [3:57] ;
To Lay Me Down [7:53] ;
Heaven Help The Fool [5:42] ;
Jack-A-Roe [3:50] ;
The Race Is On [2:43] ;
Deep Elem Blues [4:03] ;
Ripple [3:24]

 You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod112620.mp3  

Allow me to give my thanks to you, for it is a privilege to be able to present this music to you. I thank you for your attention, your kind comments and your support. 

I do so hope that this finds you and the ones you love healthy and safe, and that our world not simply return to 'normal' but becomes more peaceful and kind for all of us. 

 

2020-11-26
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Dead Show/podcast for 11/20/20

Two factors influnced this week's Deadpod; first a request for more 1969 Dead from a friend of the 'pod, and secondly my desire to find a one-set tape that wouldn't run over into next week's Thanksgiving podcast. The result, I think, is this outstanding recording from October 25, 1969 at Winterland. 

Sure, its only four songs... but what songs these are.. I know I played a 'Dark Star' last week but I'm confident you'll forgive me when you hear this rendition, complete with the very first 'feeling groovy' jam..

The 'Lovelight' is totallly unique as well, with Steven Stills sitting in on guitar and vocals. Man I wish we had the rest of this night! 

Hope you enjoy it, and be sure and check on Thanksgiving morning  for the annual Thanksgiving day Deadpod... 

Grateful Dead
Winterland Arena
San Francisco, CA 10/25/69 - Saturday
One
Dark Star [21:42] >
Saint Stephen [6:00] >
The Eleven [9:26#] >
Turn On Your Love Light [21:57]*
Ending remarks from Bill Graham

* w/Steven Stills on guitar and vocals

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod112020.mp3 

 

thanks for your support!!

2020-11-20
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Dead Show/podcast for 11/13/20

 Here is an appropriate Dead show for Friday the 13th! This is the second set from the band's performance at the Hofheinz Pavilion at the University of Houston on November 19th, 1972. A fine second set and while the tape has a few imperfections (the quality of the Sugar Mag>GDTRFB is degraded sadly)  I think overall it is certainly worth your time.. 

Why do I say its appropriate for a Friday the 13th? Take a good *long* listen to this Dark Star.. :) 

I'm going to leave the music speak for itself this week but I do hope you'll enjoy this fine 90 plus minutes of 1972 Grateful Dead. 

 Grateful Dead
Hofheinz Pavilion - University of Houston
Houston, TX 11/19/72 - Sunday    
Two - [1:36:00]  ;


The Promised Land [2:52] ;
Ramble On Rose [6:08] ;
El Paso [4:05] ;
Stella Blue [7:13] ;
Jack Straw [4:39] ;
Dark Star [30:53] >
Weather Report Suite Prelude >
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [8:05] ;
Around And Around [4:39] ;
Big Railroad Blues [3:48] ;
Sugar Magnolia [8:24] >
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [7:32] 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod111320.mp3 

 

thank you so much for listening, and for your kind support. 

2020-11-13
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Dead Show/podcast for 11/6/20

 Long considered a classic show, I decided to start off our November here on the Deadpod with this gem from 1972.. from November 19th in Houston Texas. While this tape does have some faults I think overall it is well worth a listen.. The band was originally scheduled to play this show with the Allman Brothers, but the tragic death of bassist Barry Oakley the prior week left them to fill the evening alone - and they more than did.. 

The opening 'Bertha' suffers from poor mixing but that clears up in time.. nice versions of Uncle, Sugaree and BIODTL follow but things heat up with a wonderful 'Bird Song'. A still relatively new 'Black-Throated Wind' is quite entertaining. Another highlight is one of the best versions of both 'Box of Rain' and 'Tomorrow is Forever'.. Of course the 20 minute long 'Playin' In The Band' is a highlight for any of us who enjoy the spaces the band explores.. 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Hofheinz Pavilion - University of Houston
Houston, TX 11/19/72 - Sunday    
One    
Bertha ;
Me And My Uncle ;
Sugaree [6:47] ;
Beat It On Down The Line [3:02] ;
Bird Song [10:44] ;
Black Throated Wind [6:28] ;
Don't Ease Me In [3:10] ;
Mexicali Blues [3:20] ;
Box Of Rain [4:40] ;
Tomorrow Is Forever [5:21] ;
Big River [4:07] ;
China Cat Sunflower [7:04] >
I Know You Rider [4:46] ;
Playing In The Band [20:12] ;
Casey Jones [5:48]  

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod110620.mp3

Thank you for your support of the Deadpod !

2020-11-06
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Dead Show/podcast for 10/30/20

We close out October.. and welcome Halloween :) with a great second set from October 21st, 1971 in Chicago. While this may be Keith Godchaux's second night of his tenure with the band, he sure doesn't sound tentative here - especially on his first 'Dark Star'! This one is made even more unusual when the band goes into 'Sittin' On Top of the World' then back into the Star.. (the first Sittin' since 11/5/70).The 'Brown Eyed Women' is only the 3rd time they've played it, and this is the second time for 'Ramble on Rose'.. The band is clearly stretching out and trying those new tunes that will come to perfection in the great shows of 1972. 

An unusual 'St.Stephen' leads into 'Johnny B.Goode' as a double encore - they'd only play Stephen twice more in '71 before putting it on the shelf until its return in 1976.

 

Grateful Dead
Auditorium Theatre
Chicago, IL 10/21/71 - Thursday    
Two    
Casey Jones ;
Me And My Uncle [2:48] ;
Dark Star [15:09] >
Sittin' On Top Of The World [3:16] >
Dark Star [2:03] >
Me And Bobby McGee [5:56] ;
Brown Eyed Women ;
Ramble On Rose [6:06] ;
Sugar Magnolia [6:08]
Encore    
Saint Stephen [5:49] >
Johnny B. Goode [3:54] 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod103020.mp3

 Best wishes for a safe and fun Halloween!! 

thanks so much for your support.. 

 

2020-10-30
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Dead Show/podcast for 10/23/20

This week's Deadpod features a show from the Fall tour of 1971.. this one was the 2nd night for Keith Godchaux in the keyboard seat.. and features a whole bunch of songs that were still finding their way in the repertoire.. in fact five songs in this first set are being played for the 2nd time.. the first time being the night before for Tennessee Jed, Jack Straw (with some out of tune guitars :), Mexicali Blues, Comes a Time and One More Saturday Night! 

For the most part these sound great.. and Keith really sounds like he's been here for much longer than one night as he sounds great in this set. Pigpen was home sick, but you'll still hear some of that organ that Keith plays at times. 

This was the last 'Frozen Logger' although it was so short here it hardly deserves mention.. 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Auditorium Theatre
Chicago, IL 10/21/71 - Thursday    
One
Truckin'
Loser
Beat It On Down The Line
Tennessee Jed
Playing In The Band [5:54]
Big Railroad Blues
Jack Straw
Cumberland Blues [4:57]
Comes A Time [6:52]
Mexicali Blues [3:11]
The Frozen Logger [0:13]
Cold Rain And Snow [5:22]
One More Saturday Night 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod102320.mp3

My thanks for your kind support of the Deadpod

"

From day to day just letting it ride
You get so far away from how it feels inside
You can't let go 'cause you're afraid to fall
But the day may come when you can't feel at all"

 

 

 

2020-10-23
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Dead Show/podcast for 10/16/20

This week we conclude our presentation of the band's performance from October 11, 1980 at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco. 

What great days when the band would perform three sets at a show! This is not a throw-away set by any means.. After a rather standard China>Rider things get very interesting 'Let It Grow' leading into Drums and Space, followed by a guest appearance by the late John Cipollina from Quicksilver Messenger Service. Together they do a most interesting post-drums, featuring a dreamy 'Not Fade Away' into 'Wharf Rat' into 'Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad' and 'One More Saturday Night'. The boys return to send off the crowd with a sweet 'Brokedown Palace'. 

I do hope you enjoy this fine performance. 

 

Grateful Dead
Warfield Theatre
San Francisco, CA 10/11/80 - Saturday
Three    
China Cat Sunflower >
I Know You Rider ;
Let It Grow >
Drums >
Space >
Not Fade Away >
Wharf Rat >
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad >
One More Saturday Night
Encore    
 Brokedown Palace  

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod101620.mp3

 

"I know that the life I'm livin's no good
I'll get a new start, live the life I should
I'll get up and fly away,"

 

2020-10-16
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Dead Show/podcast for 10/9/20

 Great set this week - the 2nd set from the band's performance at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco on 10/11/80. 

Great quality tape - and right off they sound hot .. a wonderful 'Stranger' punctuated with some smoking guitar. Even the Mama Tried>Mexicali has some real smokin' licks. Personally I find the post-Donna 'Passenger' to be one of the best of this period.. really well done. There's nothign shabby here, and the closing Sailor>Saint has some great jamming in it. 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Warfield Theatre
San Francisco, CA 10/11/80 - Saturday
Two    
Feel Like A Stranger [8:26] ;
They Love Each Other [7:07] ;
Mama Tried [2:33] >
Mexicali Blues [4:16] ;
Loser [7:32] ;
Passenger [4:44] ;
Ramble On Rose [7:14] ;
Looks Like Rain [7:21] ;
Althea [7:58] ;
Lost Sailor [6:32] >
Saint Of Circumstance [6:18]  

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod100920.mp3

Hope you enjoy this.. and thank you so much for your support.. 

 

2020-10-09
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Dead Show/podcast for 10/2/20

Here we are in October already?!! What an odd and unhappy year.. well I thought I'd try to brighten things a bit by paying homage to the acoustic sets the band played 40 years ago during the month of October 1980.. This week's Deadpod features one of those, a fine recording of the acoustic set from October 11, 1980 at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco CA. 

While there's not a great deal of surprises here, the recording is very nice and warm and the performance is as well. While I often prefer to save these for the holidays, I think this is a good time to break out the fine china, as I sometimes put it.. I hope you enjoy. 

Grateful Dead
Warfield Theatre
San Francisco, CA 10/11/80 - Saturday
One    
Dire Wolf [3:13] ;
Dark Hollow [3:50] ;
Rosalie McFall [2:47] ;
Cassidy [5:45] ;
Deep Elem Blues [4:53] ;
Monkey And The Engineer [2:21] ;
China Doll [4:56] ;
Heaven Help The Fool [6:15] ;
Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie [6:24] >
Ripple [4:34] 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod100220.mp3

thank you all for your kindness

 

2020-10-02
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Dead Show/podcast for 9/25/20

 This week the Deadpod presents the second set from the band's performance back on September 23, 1972 at Waterbury CT. Another quite long, very interesting set awaits as the band starts out rockin' with a trifecta of Promised Land>Bertha>Greatest Story to get the place going. After a nice 'Brown-Eyed Women' they break out Chuck Berry's 'Around and Around' for the first time in 105 shows (4/18/71). They follow that breakout with the first rendition of 'It's All Over Now, Baby Blue' in 156 shows (11/8/70). Perhaps the highlight of this follows with the last 'Crytpical Envelopment' performed until June of 1985. A massive 'Other One' flows out of drums and leads into the post-drum segment which would have made a quite respectable second set of its' own. Just listen to the incredible energy on that 'Sugar Magnolia'!

 

 

Grateful Dead
Palace Theatre
Waterbury, CT 9/23/72 - Saturday
Two

The Promised Land [2:52] >
Bertha [5:43] >
Greatest Story Ever Told [4:55] ;
Brown Eyed Women [4:53] (2) ;
Around And Around [4:28] ;
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [7:28] ;
Cryptical Envelopment [1:59] >
Drums [3:25] >
The Other One [22:44] >
Wharf Rat [9:38] ;
Beat It On Down The Line [3:17] ;
Ramble On Rose [6:27] ;
Sugar Magnolia [8:05] >
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [8:00] >
Not Fade Away [5:#34] >
One More Saturday Night [4:42] 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod092520.mp3

 Enjoy and thanks for your kind support. 

2020-09-25
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Dead Show/podcast for 9/18/20

This week we set the way-back machine to 1972, and travel to Waterbury CT, for a show the band played on September 23, 1972. The first set, which we will hear this week, while fairly standard for the period is still quite long compared to later day Dead sets. 

The start off with a still-new 'Big River' and I think this is a fine opener, shame they didn't leave it here more often.. There are a passel of great standards here in the first set, including Sugaree, a speedy 'Friend of the Devil', a very nice 'China>Rider' and a wonderful 'Bird Song' (aren't all '72 Bird Songs' wonderful?). 

There is some silly if unintelligible banter  before 'El Paso' and they boys leave us with one very exploratory jam in the set closing 'Playin' in the Band' - listen to how Garcia stretches this one out. 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Palace Theatre
Waterbury, CT 9/23/72 - Saturday     posters     tickets, passes & laminates
One - 1:36:00    
Big River [4:41] ;
Sugaree [7:21] ;
Mexicali Blues [3:27] ;
Friend Of The Devil [3:19] ;
Black Throated Wind [6:41] ;
China Cat Sunflower [7:36] >
I Know You Rider [5:26] ;
Me And My Uncle [2:58] ;
Tennessee Jed [7:40] ;
Jack Straw [4:53] ;
Bird Song [10:11] ;
El Paso [4:29] ;
Deal [4:15] ;
Playing In The Band [17:55] 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod091820.mp3

 Thank you for your kind support of the Deadpod! 

"Seasons change and roses die... "

 

2020-09-18
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Dead Show/podcast for 9/11/20

 Here's a request from a friend of the Deadpod from down under... this comes to us from the beautiful Red Rocks Ampitheater, on September 8, 1983. Now I only have set 2 in a soundboard format so that's all I'll present of this wonderful show, but I'm sure you'll enjoy it. 

They come out of the gate with a smokin' Scarlet>Fire, the Scarlet almost has a calypso feel to it to my ears as they start, and Phil is driving that train..  as it progresses Jerry just soars.. this one builds and builds and you don't know how they can stop on a dime like they do and go into that Fire.. then suddenly you're there.. i love Brett on this Fire by the way.. the ensemble is terrific here. 

Estimated follows after a full stop here, and makes a fine transition to a delicate Terrapin.. 

Post-drums begins with an Other One tease, but instead Weir leads the band into an excellent 'Throwin' Stones'. The remainder of this set is very high quality Dead. Don't overlook any of it. 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Morrison, CO       9/8/83 - Thursday

Two    
Scarlet Begonias >
Fire On The Mountain ;
Estimated Prophet >
Terrapin Station >
Drums >
Space >
Throwing Stones >
Black Peter >
Around And Around >
Good Lovin'
Encore     

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod091120.mp3

 

 there's alot of pain and suffering out there, I hope this is a bit of brightness to your week. 

 

thank you for your support. 

2020-09-11
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Dead Show/podcast for 9/4/20

 Happy Labor Day Weekend! 

This week we bring you the second set from the band's performance on August 23, 1987 at the Calavaras County Fairgrounds in Angel's Camp CA. 

It's a nice setlist, and opens with a Scarlet>Fire. Playin' in the Band leads into Drums and Space and we get a 'Dear Mr. Fantasy' post drums.. The highlight of this set however is the 'Morning Dew' where you feel like they really woke up and took the plane off the runway.. 

Always nice to have a double encore, with the 'Brokedown Palace' to send us home.. 

 

Grateful Dead
Calavaras County Fairgrounds
Angel's Camp, CA 8/23/87 - Sunday    
Two    
Scarlet Begonias [8:01] >
Fire On The Mountain [9:22] ;
Playing In The Band [8:00] >
Drums [7:55] >
Space [4:#56] >
I Need A Miracle [3:19] >
Dear Mr. Fantasy [4:44] >
Playing In The Band Reprise [2:24] >
Morning Dew [9:40]
Encore     Not Fade Away [7:43] >
Brokedown Palace [4:50] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod089420.mp3

 Thank you for your kind support. I hope you all have a wonderful holiday - let's hope the end of summer signals the beginning of the end of this terrible pandem

2020-09-04
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Dead Show/podcast for 8/28/20

This week we travel to the home of the celebrated jumping frogs - Calavaras county - to bring you the band's performance from August 23, 1987. 

I find this to be quite an enjoyable first set as it features many songs not often broken out, including a set opening 'Box of Rain'. The 'Jack Straw' and 'West LA' are both solid and well played. 'High Time' is really a pleasant surprise but the highlight of the set, when they really let loose, is when Carlos Santana, who opened for them, joins them on stage for 'Iko Iko' and 'All Along the Watchtower'. 

You can really feel them open up as Jerry and Carlos trade licks on these two standards. We'll listen to set two next week

 

Grateful Dead
Calavaras County Fairgrounds
Angel's Camp, CA 8/23/87 - Sunday    
One    
Box Of Rain [4:28] ;
Jack Straw [5:21] ;
West L.A. Fadeaway [6:33] ;
Me And My Uncle [2:58] >
Mexicali Blues [4:22] ;
High Time [7:09] ;
Walkin' Blues [4:43] %
Iko Iko (1) [5:40] ;
All Along The Watchtower (1) [4:40] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod082820.mp3

 

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2020-08-28
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Dead Show/podcast for 8/21/20

 August flies... and we are favored this week with a second set from August 12, 1972 in Sacramento California. While most of the band's performances are quite good from this time, each are unique and this second set contains some very good and unique moments. 

The recording unfortunately has a short cut in the opening of the first selection, 'Greatest Story Ever Told', but it, and the following 'Ramble On Rose, and 'Beat It On Down The Line' are rocking, and this is quite a fine recording in my opinion. Jerry's guitar has that sweet twangy tone that sounds, to me so western.. A nice 'He's Gone' follows, leading into the real meat of this set. Following a sort 'Drums' Phil thunders us into 'The Other One'. While I've long since given up rating these, I think its safe to say this one is a keeper. This one really gets rolling and after some outstanding extraterritorial  exploration leads into an unexpected, but poignant 'Black Peter'. The band returns to 'The Other One' for a short reprise with some wonderful piano work by Keith. They come to a stop before returning to a smokin' 'Truckin'. 

The set closes with 'Mississipi Half-Step' into 'Sugar Magnolia' (again with a unfortunate cut). 

'One More Saturday Night' closes what was surely quite an evening... 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
Sacramento, CA 8/12/72 - Saturday
Two    

Greatest Story Ever Told [#5:10] ;
Ramble On Rose [5:51] ;
Beat It On Down The Line [3:07] ;
He's Gone [8:53] >
Drums [2:48] >
The Other One [16:45] >
Black Peter [8:54] >
The Other One [3:45] ;
Truckin' [11:44] ;
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [6:05] >
Sugar Magnolia [3:21#]
Encore    
One More Saturday Night 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod082120.mp3

 Thank you for your support of the Deadpod, which allows us to continue these shows weekly! 

2020-08-21
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Dead Show/podcast for 8/14/20

 Here's a long and strong first set from that great year in Dead history - 1972. This comes from Sacramento California from August 12, 1972. This is an especially long first set with some nice surprises therein. 'Sugaree' is tinged with some bluesy elements, and I find it quite enjoyable. There's some interesting chatter to the crowd before 'Uncle' :) and the 'Bird Song' that follows is nicely melodic. Another highlight of this set is the 'Playin' In the Band' which has some fine improvisational spaces in it. I do have to warn you that there is a brutal cut in 'El Paso' which then leads into an cut into 'Tennesse Jed'.. I decided to leave what exists here in the interests of completeness.

A beautiful 'Stella Blue' makes a first set appearance.

'Big Railroad Blues' and 'Cumberland Blues' are as rockin' as usual. The 'Casey Jones' that ends the set is quite nice as well.

Bobby introduces Keith and Donna, (although Keith had been with the band since the Fall of '71), and explains that Pigpen is home ill :( 

 

Grateful Dead
Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
Sacramento, CA 8/12/72 - Saturday    
One    
The Promised Land [2:54] ;
Sugaree [7:16] ;
Me And My Uncle [2:57] ;
Bird Song [10:25] ;
Black Throated Wind [6:31] ;
Deal [5:14] ;
El Paso [2:51#] ;
Tennessee Jed [#2:33] ;
Playing In The Band [12:30] ;
Big Railroad Blues [4:05] ;
Cumberland Blues [6:42] ;
Stella Blue [7:26] ;
Jack Straw [#3:38] ;
Casey Jones [6:26] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod081420.mp3

 

Thank you so much for your kind support of the Deadpod.. 

 "A broken angel sings.... from a guitar"..

2020-08-14
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Dead Show/podcast for 8/7/20

This week we end the 'weekend at the beach' .. and the Days Between... with the second set from the band's performance at the Ventura County Fairgrounds on July 22, 1984.   The boys break out a rockin' Samson and Delilah in honor of the Sunday, then make a sharp turn into 'Ship of Fools'. Following that, Brent breaks out 'I Just Want to Make Love To You' for the first time the band has played it since 1966. The heart of this second set goes to the Terrapin>Drumz>Space>Morning Dew that follows.. strong and out there! A nice Throwing Stones> Not Fade Away follows and the band treats the fans to a double encore of 'In the Midnight Hour' and 'Brokedown Palace'. A nice way to end the Summer Tour of 1984.. I hope you agree.       Grateful Dead
Ventura County Fairgrounds
Ventura, CA 7/22/84 - Sunday    

Two     Samson And Delilah [7:20] ;
Ship Of Fools [7:10] ;
I Just Want To Make Love To You [4:57] >
Man Smart (Woman Smarter) [5:54] ;
Terrapin Station [12:50] >
Drums [9:27] >
Space [11:07] >
Morning Dew [10:36] >
Throwing Stones [8:29] >
Not Fade Away [9:46]
Encore     In The Midnight Hour [4:17] >
Brokedown Palace [5:24]   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod080720.mp3     'Love is Real .. Not Fade Away'.. .
2020-08-07
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Dead Show/podcast for 7/31/20

This week we hit the beach for a most excellent time with the band as they play the Sunday show at the Ventura County Fairgrounds in Ventura California on July 22, 1984. 

This is a fine recording of a very energetic set which I am sure you'll enjoy. We start appropriately enough, with 'Dancin' In the Streets' - a better than average version in my opinion. The boys keep rockin' with 'Bertha'. Weir brings out 'My Brother Esau' - which debuted back in '83 but wouldn't be released until 'In The Dark' in '87. A powerful 'Loser' follows, and its not an exaggeration to claim this is probably the best version of this tune this year, at least. Jerry keeps up the voltage in 'Ramble on Rose', another highlight. Bucket into the infamous 'Keep Your Day Job' follows to close the set.. I must say hearing 'Day Job' again brought a smile to my face.

 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Ventura County Fairgrounds
Ventura, CA 7/22/84 - Sunday     posters    
One    
Dancing In The Street [9:01] >
Bertha [6:20] ;
My Brother Esau [4:43] ;
Loser [7:01] ;
Cassidy [5:52] ;
Ramble On Rose [7:27] ;
Hell In A Bucket [6:20] >
Keep Your Day Job [4:23] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod073120.mp3

 

My thanks for your kind support which keeps the Deadpod alive. 

 

"Shadowboxing the apocalypse
Wandering the land"

 

 

 

2020-07-31
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Dead Show/podcast for 7/24/20

A great second set from July 18, 1976 from the Orpheum Theater in San Francisco is on the table for this week's Deadpod. You'll have plenty to choose from here, as the boys stretch it out and deliver a smorgasbord of many of their best songs on this two hour marathon. There are too many highlights to mention all of them, but I would call  your attention to the fine 'Lazy Lightning>Supplication>Let It Grow' trifecta that occurs early in the set - Jerry lays down some extremely interesting notes here unlike most renditions of this song. The Wharf Rat starts spacey and lonely - just like it should.. the massive 'Other One>Saint Stephen>Not Fade Away>Saint Stephen' is notable for the slower pace of Stephen - it sounds mighty fine here. We're not done with the Other One though, as it reappears after the Wheel with the third verse. A long and beautiful Stella Blue follows then a great Sugar Magnolia to end the second set (finally!). The band returns, for what else, Johnny B. Goode.

 

 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Orpheum Theatre
San Francisco, CA  7/18/76 - Sunday     

Two     
Might As Well [5:44] ;
Samson And Delilah [7:12] %
Candyman [7:41] %
Lazy Lightnin' [2:43] >
Supplication [6:15] >
Let It Grow [6:59] >
Drums [3:24] >
Let It Grow [0:54] >
Jam [6:01] (1) >
Wharf Rat [9:44] >
Space Jam [3:46] >
Drums [0:32] >
The Other One [6:38] >
Saint Stephen [8:41] >
Not Fade Away [7:06] >
Saint Stephen [0:58] >
The Wheel [6:05] >
The Other One [3:22]  >
Stella Blue [10:57] %
Sugar Magnolia [10:00]
Encore     

Johnny B. Goode [3:23]  

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod072420.mp3

 

Thank you so much for your kind support of the shows! 

 

"Fortune comes a crawlin, Calliope woman
Spinning that curious sense of your own
Can you answer? Yes I can,
but what would be the answer to the answer man?"

 

 

2020-07-24
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Dead Show/podcast for 7/17/20

Hello Friends! This week we begin listening to the last show of a famous 6 night run at the Orpheum Theater in San Francisco CA, back on July 18, 1976. This was an exceptional run of shows, and this last night was perhaps the topper. It features an exceptional second set, which we'll have the pleasure of hearing next week, but this first set is quite well played as well. The show was originally broadcast on KSAN FM, but this tape's lineage is supposed to be from the soundboard, and I don't detect the usual FM flattening. Nicely stretched out versions of Mississippi Half-Step, Row Jimmy and Scarlet Begonias contain some excellent Garcia work. The set features the return of 'Loser' for the first time in almost 2 years, and closes with a wonderful 'Music Never Stopped'.. 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Orpheum Theatre
San Francisco, CA  7/18/76 - Sunday    

One    

Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [9:49] %
Cassidy [4:16] %
Row Jimmy [9:42] %
Mama Tried [2:40] %
Scarlet Begonias [11:18] %
Looks Like Rain [7:09] %
Tennessee Jed [9:19] %
New Minglewood Blues [4:54] %
Loser [7:58] %
The Music Never Stopped [6:50]  

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod071720.mp3

 

 

My thanks for your kind support! 

 

 

"It was later than I thought when I first believed you
But now I cannot share your laughter, ship of fools"

 

2020-07-17
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Dead Show/podcast for 7/10/20

This week we get a second set that is almost as hot as the weather around here this week - it comes to us from July 1st 1980 in San Diego California. 

An excellent China>Rider opens the set and contains some of my favorite jamming of the evening.. the China cat jams from Garcia in particular are noteworthy, as is Brent's contributions. 

A rare 2nd set Peggy-O follows CC Rider, then we are treated to an early Brent contribution of 'Far From Me'. 

The boys take off from there with some great combos the rest of the way.. I love the Wharf Rat in particular but the playing throughout is full of energy and emotion.. I hope you enjoy it.. 

They return for a double encore .. featuring 'Alabama Getaway' and of course, 'Johnny B Goode'.. 

 

 

 

 

Grateful Dead
San Diego International Sports Arena
San Diego, CA 7/1/80 - Tuesday
Two    
China Cat Sunflower [8:09] >
I Know You Rider [6:25] >
C C Rider [6:57] ;
Peggy-O[7:27] ;
Far From Me [3:59] ;
Uncle John's Band [7:39] >
Playing In The Band [10:52] >
Drums [9:05] >
Space [7:28] >
Truckin' [7:53]> 

Wharf Rat [10:48] >
Around And Around [4:14] >
Good Lovin' [7:17]
Encores:

Alabama Getaway [5:11] >
Johnny B. Goode [4:15] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod071020.mp3

 

Thank you for your support of the Deadpod! 

 

Be well and take care of yourselves! 

 

 

 

2020-07-10
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Dead Show/podcast for 7/3/20

Happy July 4th! 

This week's Deadpod takes place back on July 1, 1980 in San Diego California, where the Dead would play a very nice show at the Sports Arena. This week we will hear the 1st set, which opens with a great Jack Straw > Franklin's Tower combo. They only did this opening combo eight times, but I think its a great way to open a show. El Paso and Tennessee Jed folow, then another combo, Lazy Lightning into Supplication.  A very nice Althea follows, with Jerry in good form. Then Bobby finishes this first set with another combo, Lost Sailor into Saint of Circumstance, 

 

 

 

Grateful Dead
San Diego International Sports Arena
San Diego, CA 7/1/80 - Tuesday
One    
Jack Straw [6:07] >
Franklin's Tower [13:31] >
El Paso [4:30] ;
Tennessee Jed [8:58] ;
Lazy Lightnin' [3:25] >
Supplication [5:56] ;
Althea[9:12] >
Lost Sailor [6:13] >
Saint Of Circumstance [6:19] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod070320.mp3

 

I hope you have a safe and happy holiday weekend. In what is surely the strangest summer ever, may you stay well and be kind to each other. 

 

thank you so much for your kind support

 

2020-07-03
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Dead Show/podcast for 6/26/20

This week on the Deadpod we have another monumental set from the seminal year of 1974. This week of course from the show in Springfield MA, on June 30, 1974. 

Following Seastones, the boys came out with a fine 'China>Rider' a combo often used to good effect as a second set opener. The transition is quite fine. 'Big River' follows and shows the spark it had which made it an excellent second set tune. A stand-alone 'Scarlet Begonias' lets Jerry stretch out a bit next. The meat of this set however is the 'Truckin'>Eyes>Stella Blue'.. as always during this period 'Truckin' lets the boys take things to unexplored dimensions, but the 'Eyes' here is perhaps my favorite. 'Stella Blue' is sung very well also. A strong trifecta of 'Not Fade Away>Goin' Down the Road>One More Saturday Night' closes the set, which even without an encore comes in at just slightly less than two hours. 

 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Springfield Civic Center Arena
Springfield, MA 6/30/74 - Sunday

Three    
China Cat Sunflower [11:12] >
I Know You Rider [5:12] ;
Big River [5:00] ;
Scarlet Begonias [7:52] ;
El Paso [4:06] ;
U.S. Blues [5:35] >
Truckin' [13:22] >
Nobody's Fault But Mine Jam >
Eyes Of The World [23:47] >
Stella Blue [7:15] ;
Not Fade Away [10:24] >
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [7:34] >
One More Saturday Night [4:56] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod062620.mp3

 

 Thank you for your kind support of the Deadpod! 

 

'History's page will thus be carved in stone.
And we are here, and we are on our own'

2020-06-26
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Dead Show/podcast for 6/19/20

This week's selection - a birthday request from a good friend of the Deadpod - takes us back to the last show of the June 1974 east/midwest tour which took place in Springfield Massachusetts on June 30, 1974. The first set, which we will hear this week, features some outstanding leads by both Jerry and Phil and a great song selection. Be patient during the opening number 'Don't Ease Me In' which is plagued by mix problems (as were most opening numbers in the Wall of Sound era), they clear up for a beautiful rendition of 'Black Throated Wind'. 'Peggy O' follows, a relatively new song, this is only its fifth performance. 'Greatest Story Ever Told' is a sizzler, as is 'Cumberland Blues'. The highlight of this set, if not the show, is the 'Playin' In The Band' > 'Uncle John's Band' > Playin' sandwich. As usual during this time they take things to unexplored spaces and it makes for a most wonderful time. 

 

 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Springfield Civic Center Arena
Springfield, MA 6/30/74 - Sunday

One    
Don't Ease Me In [3:32] ;
Black Throated Wind [6:44] ;
Peggy-O [5:19] ;
Jack Straw [4:41] ;
Loser [6:16] ;
Greatest Story Ever Told [5:40] ;
Cumberland Blues [6:04] ;
Dire Wolf [4:18] ;
Playing In The Band [19:07] >
Uncle John's Band [8:54] >
Playing In The Band [6:07] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod061920.mp3

 

Thanks so much for listening and for your kind support! 

 

'The black-throated wind keeps on pouring in
And it speaks of a life that passes like dew'

2020-06-19
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Dead Show/podcast for 6/12/20

This week we continue listening to the band's performance at the Tower Theater in Philadelphia PA on June 24, 1976 with a somewhat short, but quite sweet, second set. 

 

As with many great second sets, this one starts with a fine 'Help>Slip>Frank' containing an exceptional 'Slipknot!' . This fine recording, which has been available as a soundboard and an FM long before the first set, continues with a smoking 'Samson and Delilah', then a beautiful 'Wharf Rat', certainly one of the best of the year. A nice jam out of Wharf Rat then goes into an exceptional 'Dancin' In the Streets'. No Drums or Space on this set, they close with a very nice 'Sugar Magnolia'. 

No encore at this one..

 

 

Grateful Dead
Tower Theatre
Upper Darby, PA 6/24/76 - Thursday    
Two    
Help On The Way [4:10] >
Slipknot! [9:50] >
Franklin's Tower [9:42] >
Samson And Delilah [5:55] ;
Wharf Rat [8:59] >
Jam [2:07] >
Dancing In The Street [12:57];[0:10] ;
Sugar Magnolia [8:47] (1) 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod061220.mp3

 

I hope you enjoy this fine performance - thanks so much for listening and for your kind support! 

 

 

 

 

2020-06-12
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Dead Show/podcast for 6/5/20

This week's Deadpod features a fine show from June 24, 1976 at the Tower Theater in Upper Darby PA, near Philadelphia.

This spring '76 tour features mail order tickets for the first time, and rejuvenated vocals from Bob and Donna, who seem to have benefited from the time off. This particular show was broadcast on FM but this is a soundboard copy and I think it sounds great. This one also has a hilarious opening by Bob and Phil - worth keeping the rather longish tuning in place ;)

I think you'll find that Keith is particularly fine throughout, but especially on Big River..

Listen to Jerry make that axe howl in Tennessee Jed ;) And what beats a first set Scarlet Begonias?


Hope you enjoy.

 


Grateful Dead

Tower Theatre

Upper Darby, PA 6/24/76 - Thursday

One

Tuning and Stage Announcements

Cold Rain And Snow [6:02] %

Big River [5:22] %

Friend Of The Devil [8:08] %

Cassidy [4:15] %

It Must Have Been The Roses [7:26] %

Lazy Lightnin' [2:46] >

Supplication [4:55] %

Tennessee Jed [7:55] %

Looks Like Rain [7:19] %

Scarlet Begonias [10:22] %

The Promised Land [3:56]

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod060520.mp3 

 

Thanks for your support of the Deadpod! 

 

Be well.. Peace, Respect and Dignity to all! 

2020-06-05
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Dead Show/podcast for 5/29/20

A energized show from 49 years ago highlights this week's Deadpod, from Winterland on May 30, 1971. We only have a partial second set from this Sunday night show but its in fine quality and the band is in top form for this period. The recording starts with a partial 'I Know You Rider' and you immediately wish the entire show survived. A fine 'Sugar Magnolia' follows,  and then 'Cumberland Blues' rocks out. Pigpen makes himself known with a powerful 'Big Boss Man'. 'Me & My Uncle' and 'Deal' follow, displaying the usual energy they were played during this time. 'Truckin' brings a big response from the crowd, but it leads into the highlight of the evening, a 15 minute plus 'Turn On Your Lovelight' that is pure Pigpen at his peak. 'Uncle John's Band' follows and then 'Casey Jones' closes out the set. A very energetic 'Johnny B Goode' ends the evening at must be well past the 2:00 AM curfew that Bill Graham warns us about following 'Lovelight'. 

 

This was released on a limited edition vinyl record store day release in November 2012. However this comes from the Charlie Miller tapes. 

 

Grateful Dead
Winterland Arena
San Francisco, CA 5/30/71 - Sunday

Two    
(MISSING) China Cat Sunflower >
I Know You Rider ;
Sugar Magnolia ;
Cumberland Blues ;
Me And My Uncle ;
Deal ;
Truckin' >
Turn On Your Love Light ;
Uncle John's Band ;
Casey Jones
Encore    
Johnny B. Goode   

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod052920.mp3

 

Thanks so much for your kind support of the Deadpod

 

Be well - enjoy life! 

 

 

 

2020-05-29
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Dead Show/podcast for 5/22/20

This week we are treated to the second set from the band's performance in Troy NY at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on May 7, 1978.

This is a solid set throughout, featuring the opening Scarlet>Fire which clocks in at over 20 minutes with some exceptional Garcia licks.  The 'Estimated Prophet' that follows features some nice Garcia work on the wahwah as well. 'He's Gone' slows things down a touch and leads into Drums.

A great 'Iko, Iko' comes out of drums - and I read that Donna and Bob were doing a hulu dance during it ;) 'The Other One' that follows has some nice Phil bombs. 'Black Peter' follows and is as charged with emotion as any you'll hear. 'Around and Around' closes the set, and they come back for a 'U.S. Blues' encore.

 

 

 

 

Grateful Dead

Field House - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Troy, NY

5/7/78 - Sunday

Two    

Scarlet Begonias [10:50] >

Fire On The Mountain [10:00] ;

Estimated Prophet [12:26] >

He's Gone [12:14] >

Drums [17:33] >

Iko Iko [9:39] >

The Other One [8:17] >

Black Peter [12:27] >

Around And Around [8:37]

Encore    

U.S. Blues [5:52] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod052220.mp3

 

My deepest thanks for your kind support of the Deadpod.

 

Please take care and help someone smile today :)

2020-05-22
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Dead Show/podcast for 5/15/20

This week's Deadpod will take us to May of 1978. This show took place in the Field House at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY on May the 7th, 1978, a place that was described as basically an aircraft hanger with terrible acoustics and hot as hell. Luckily the tape we have is pretty good overall because this was a show where you can tell that the band was in great spirits and having fun throughout. I think you'll find that Jerry and Donna, in particular are in great voice, and Keith and Phil are both having an exceptional evening. 

There are plenty of highlights to be had here - as well as alot of noodling and playing around between songs.. some of my favorites are the 'Dire Wolf', the great 'It's All Over Now' featuring some very nice Garcia licks, and Passenger, with Donna in great voice. 

The closing 'Music Never Stopped' reaches some very nice spots as well.. 

 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Field House - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, NY
5/7/78 - Sunday
One    
Jack Straw [6:23] ;
Dire Wolf [4:03] ;
Mexicali Blues [3:42] >
Mama Tried [2:36] ;
Tennessee Jed [8:31] ;
It's All Over Now [8:10] ;
Friend Of The Devil [5:#43] ;
Passenger [5:08] ;
Brown Eyed Women [5:20] ;
The Music Never Stopped [8:17] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod051520.mp3

 

Please observe the safeguards to stay well, join us on Facebook if you like, and don't forget the Friday night 'Shakedown Street' videos on YouTube. 

 

thanks so much for your kind support. 

 

2020-05-15
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Dead Show/podcast for 5/8/20

Happy Mother's Day Weekend! This special Deadpod goes out in honor of all our Mothers..and this one is a huge dose of big ol' Grateful Dead lovin! 

This is the second (and third?) set from the band's performance on Mother's Day, May 12, 1974 in Reno Nevada.

 

As I mentioned last week, this was an outdoor, Wall of Sound show with quite high winds, which complicated things a bit. In fact, Garcia was quite unhappy with their performance, saying afterwards that he wouldn't blame folks if they wanted a refund! 

Well I don't agree and hope you don't either.. while this is an embarrassment of riches you must pay particular attention to the Truckin'>Other One, embedded as they are with both a 'Nobody's Fault' jam and a 'Mind Left Body'' jam.. this is quintessential 74 Dead. 

 

Grateful Dead
University of Nevada Reno, NV
5/12/74 - Sunday

Two    

El Paso
US Blues
Greatest Story Ever Told
Must Have Been the Roses
Bobby McGee
Deal
Around And Around
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [7:21]
Truckin' [10:06] >
Nobody's Fault But Mine Jam >
The Other One [22:#02] >
Mind Left Body Jam >
Row Jimmy [8:00]
Big River [4:53]
Ship Of Fools [5:36]
Sugar Magnolia [7:25#] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod050820.mp3

 

It's such a sober time, I hope this brings some light and joy to your life in what should be a month filled with the promise of Spring. 

Be well my friends and love each other. 

 

thank you for your kind support. 

2020-05-08
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Dead Show/podcast for 5/1/20

Hello May Day! hoping this finds you and yours healthy and safe.. This week I'm bringing you the show that kicked off Spring Tour 1974, from the University of Nevada in Reno Nevada on May 12th, 1974 - Mother's Day.. We will listen to the first of this three set show this week, then sets 2 & 3 for a Mother's Day treat next week.

This was an outdoor Wall of Sound show, as well as the first real show of Spring tour, and as usual with Wall of Sound shows, there are some sound issues off the bat - so 'Promised Land' is pretty rough till they get things dialed in. In addition to this this show was very windy - the " Washoe Zephyr" was in full throat and I've read that it was so strong that at times the speakers on the Wall of Sound were spinning around above the muscians' heads.. nevertheless this is a very strong and energetic performance. 'Sugaree' follows the opening 'Promised Land'. You can hear that wind as Bobby announces 'Polka Time!' before leading into 'Mexicali Blues'. 'Tennessee Jed' follows and I enjoy listening to Keith on the keyboards here, as well as Jerry's climaxing solo. A nice 'Jack Straw' follows. That ol' engine keeps on chugging through 'Brown Eyed Women' and 'Beat It On Down the Line'. The highlight jam wise of this first set comes in the closing 'China Cat>I Know Your Rider', which closes the set on a high note. 

 

Grateful Dead
May 12, 1974 - Sunday
University of Nevada
Reno, NV
One
Promised Land
Sugaree
Mexicali Blues
Tennessee Jed
Jack Straw
Brown Eyed Women
Beat It On Down The Line
China Cat Sunflower ->
I Know You Rider

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod050120.mp3

 

Many thanks for your kind support of the Deadpod. 

Stay well and safe my friends. 

 

2020-05-01
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Dead Show/podcast for 4/24/20

This week we feature the second set from a fine late '89 Grateful Dead show - from the Great Western Forum on Sunday, December 10, 1989. 

In my opinion the meat of this set comes right out of the gate with a exquisite 'Jack Straw' followed by a wonderful, driven 'China Cat Sunflower'. The 'I Know You Rider' is no slouch either and the combo is, in my opinion the highlight of this set. The always-fun 'Man Smart, Woman Smarter' leads into a rather lengthy Drums and Space. The 'Wheel' comes out of space, but it lacks the spark of some versions. 'I Need a Miracle' follows and despite some hiccups, Jerry brings out 'Stella Blue' and does a respectable version here. 'Good Lovin' closes the set with the crowd on their feet, and the boys leave us with an excellent 'It's All Over Now, Baby Blue' to close out the evening. 

 

Grateful Dead
1989-12-10
Great Western Forum - Inglewood, CA - Sunday
Two    
Jack Straw [5:31] >
China Cat Sunflower [6:52] >
I Know You Rider [7:05] %
Man Smart (Woman Smarter) [8:31] >
Drums [12:20] >
Space [7:21] >
The Wheel [5:16] >
I Need A Miracle [4:53] >
Stella Blue [9:07] >
Good Lovin' [7:00]
Encore    
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [6:09#]

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod042420.mp3

 

Don't forget to follow us on facebook - there I post the info on events such as the Dead's 'Shakedown Street' series of live concerts on Nugs net on Friday night and this week,  Dead & Co. from CitiField with Meyer on the Wolf... 

 

be safe and take care of yourselves and others.. 

 

thanks for being here

 

2020-04-24
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Dead Show/podcast for 4/17/20

Hello friends.. this week's Deadpod results from a special request and is dedicated to a brother who just lost his battle with cancer - Joel Hatcher. His friend Tiffany who contacted me shared that he was listening to the 'pod throughout his chemo treatments and that he loved the Dead and the Blues. 

This was their first show together and I'm honored to be able to play it in his honor. This show - from December 12, 1989 at the Great Western Forum in Inglewood California, is full of positive energy and I thank Tiffany for the chance to play it in Joel's memory.. 

 

The first set, which we will hear this week, starts out with a strong 'Hell In A Bucket'. A nice 'Sugaree' follows, with Bruce Hornsby joining in on accordion. There are some excellent Garcia fans during this one. Next comes one of the new Brent compositions of the Fall of '89, 'We Can Run' - he sounds great on this, it sounds like he's been playing it forever.  Masterpiece and Loser follow, both solid versions. Another relatively new song follows - 'Victim or the Crime' - while this song would ultimately reside in the second set, this version has a different feel and arrangement to it, one that I find refreshing.  Next up another surprise as Spencer Davis joins the band for 'CC Rider' (the first since April '87) and then 'I'm A Man' - the only version the boys ever did.. always fun to hear the boys stretch out and back up someone like Spencer Davis. 

 

Grateful Dead
1989-12-10
Great Western Forum - Inglewood, CA - Sunday
Set 1:

Tuning
Hell In A Bucket
Sugaree *
We Can Run, But We Can't Hide
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Loser
Victim Or The Crime
C.C. Rider **
I'm A Man **
* w/ Bruce Hornsby
**w/ Spencer Davis on guitar and vocals and Bruce Hornsby on keyboards

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod041720.mp3  

 

 

Hope you enjoy this one! 

 

Thank you for your kindness, and take care of yourself and each other... 

 

 

2020-04-17
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Dead Show/podcast for 4/10/20

Strap in for some serious fun on this Good Friday edition of the Deadpod.. the second set from April 2, 1973 at the Boston Gardens is a classic.. There are memorable moments right from the start as Phil warns us to "watch out for the electric popcorn".. 

We get a mix of well played Dead classics, for example the 'Greatest Story Ever Told' is filled with some unique Garcia wahwahs.. 'Loose Lucy' is bluesy and foreshadows what the song will become later on.. The 'Stella Blue' is dreamlike and spacy.. Lest you think you aren't going to get any far-out jams, they bring it on , of all songs, the 'Here Comes Sunshine', which is unique and goes way out there. They bring us back with a fine 'Me and Bobby McGee', then we get a just a hint of 'Weather Report prelude' before they go into a molten 'Eyes of the World'. The 'China Doll' that follows is delicate and dripping with emotion. 

The double encore of 'Johnny B. Goode and We Bid You Good Night' caps off almost four hours of prime Dead.... 

 

 

Boston Garden, Boston, MA (4/2/73)
Set 2:
Stage Banter
Ramble On Rose
Me and My Uncle
Mississippi Halfstep
Greatest Story Ever Told
Loose Lucy
El Paso
Stella Blue
Around and Around
Here Comes Sunshine ->
Me and Bobby McGee ->
Weather Report prelude ->
Eyes of the World ->
China Doll
Sugar Magnolia
Casey Jones


Stage Banter
Johnny B. Goode->
We Bid You Good Night

 

 

 

 

 


You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod041020.mp3 

 

thank you for your kind support

 

Nothing left to do but Smile, Smile Smile

 

2020-04-10
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Dead Show/podcast for 4/3/20

I had mastered an entirely different show for this week when I was reminded of this one... I played this one back in 2003 on-air at KOPN in Columbia MO, but never here on the podcast. This one is a monster. We have one of the best of the Spring 73 shows, this one from April 2nd.. Boston Garden.

It's a 16 song first set, great sound (a bit of a rough start but that was common in this period :).

While the stretching out jams don't come here in set 1, there is a ton to love here. There is a stunning 'Looks Like Rain', followed by 'Wave that Flag' - the precursor to 'US Blues'. The jam on 'Big River' is thunderous, and the 'China>Rider' is just exactly perfect. They close this set with a long and very interesting 'Playin' in the Band', coming in at around 18 minutes.

97 minutes of some of the finest Grateful Dead.. don't know about you, but I need it..

 


Boston Garden, Boston, MA (4/2/73)

Promised Land
Deal
Mexicali Blues
Brown Eyed Women
Beat it on Down the Line
Row Jimmy
Looks Like Rain
Wave That Flag
Box of Rain
Big River
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider
You Ain't Woman Enough
Jack Straw
Don't Ease Me In
Playing in the Band

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod040320.mp3

 

Be safe, of course.

This darkness got to give..

 

Thanks for listening..

 

2020-04-03
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Dead Show/podcast for 3/27/20

Might you need some energy after some time cooped up with 'social distancing'? Well I think this show will have you covered.. true primal Dead here.. the frantic scorching solos from Garcia on most of these might not be everyone's cup of tea, but this is a great presentation of where the band came from and what the sound was like back in 1967. This was the third time they had played Winterland and the day after their first album had been released. The Pigpen tunes here are real gems. He sounds on top of his game. Chuck Berry was also on this bill, and played between the 1st and 2nd Dead sets. 

The second set in particular is fascinating. Check out the great electric versions of 'Cream Puff War' and 'Viola Lee Blues' they practically blow the roof off the place !

 

There are some understandable flaws in this recording and a couple cuts.. still I hope it brings a smile and gives you a respite from our dystopian present.

 

Grateful Dead
Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA
3/18/67
Set 1
1.  Me And My Uncle
2.  Next Time You See Me
3.  He Was A Friend Of Mine
4.  Smokestack Lightnin'
5.  Morning Dew
6.  It Hurts Me Too
7.  Beat It On Down The Line
8.  Banter
9.  Dancin' In The Streets

Set 2
1. Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion
2. Cream Puff War
3. The Same Thing
4. Cold Rain And Snow
5. Viola Lee Blues
6. Death Don't Have No Mercy

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod032720.mp3

 

be safe and be well my friends. 

2020-03-27
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Dead Show/podcast for 3/20/20

My hope is that this podcast, this music, can bring a little joy and light into your life during this dark and scary time... 

This week we'll hear the second set from the band's performance on March 23, 1972 from the Academy of Music in New York City. While it is not as long as that massive first set from last week, I think it is uniformly good. 'Truckin' starts things off, nice tempo, lots of energy. The 'Ramble on Rose' is great.. Pig follows with 'Two Souls in Communion' and we're reminded what a loss was coming when he passed... 

'Mexicali Blues' features some nice flourishes from Jerry, then we have the Dark Star.. unique as all Dark Stars are, certainly jazzy and complex. I've read different reactions to this Star, some positive some not so much.. give it your space and see where it leads..

Out of the Dark Star ... Pig gives us the 'Big Boss Man'.. love it.. 

they close with Not Fade Away>Goin' Down the Road>Not Fade Away.. Bobby goes hoarse from screaming.... :) what a night.. 

hope you enjoy it.. 

 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Academy of Music
New York, NY 3/23/72 - Thursday
Two    
Truckin' [11:13] ;
Ramble On Rose [5:54] ;
Two Souls In Communion ;
Mexicali Blues [3:16] ;
Dark Star [24:05] (2) ;
Big Boss Man [5:55] ;
Not Fade Away [4:04#] >
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad >
Not Fade Away 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod032020.mp3

 

be well, chill and take care of yourself and everyone around you my friends.. 

 

remain in light... 

2020-03-20
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Dead Show/podcast for 3/13/20

This week brings a *huge* first set Deadpod for you, from the famous run of shows at the Academy of Music in New York City on March 23, 1972. This set runs over 2 hours and contains 18 songs! 

The band was gearing up for the upcoming Europe tour and I think this is one of the best shows of that run. Some of the many highlights include a great 'I Know You Rider' , Pigpen's 'Chinatown Shuffle', the third ever 'Looks Like Rain' with Jerry on the pedal steel, Keith does some great work on 'You Win Again'. The 'Jack Straw' is spot on, and 'Me & Bobby McGee' is one of their best. 

I'm sure in these two hours you'll find some favorites of your own! 

 

Grateful Dead
Academy of Music
New York, NY 3/23/72 - Thursday
One    
China Cat Sunflower >
I Know You Rider ;
Black Throated Wind ;
Chinatown Shuffle ;
Brown Eyed Women ;
Beat It On Down The Line ;
Cumberland Blues ;
Looks Like Rain ;
Mr. Charlie ;
Tennessee Jed ;
El Paso ;
You Win Again ;
Jack Straw ;
Next Time You See Me ;
Playing In The Band ;
Comes A Time [7:30] ;
Me And Bobby McGee [5:53] ;
CaseyJones [5:44] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod031320.mp3

 

Finally, a big HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Phil Lesh who turns 80 on Sunday!! 

 

2020-03-13
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Dead Show/podcast for 3/6/20

Here we have a fine second set from the band's last performance at the Uptown Theater in Chicago IL, on February 28, 1981. 

I think this is a very nice recording and an interesting set list, starting with the 'Cold Rain and Snow' opener, through the heart of this one, the 'Terrapin Station' into drums and Space, then a fine 'Other One' and 'Stella Blue'. While there is a bit of funky echo in spots, for me it doesn't diminish what is an excellent set. 

Brent has some interesting sounds in that transition from Terrapin, and I'm always fond of hearing a soulful 'Stella Blue'...

 

 

Grateful Dead
Uptown Theatre
Chicago, IL 2/28/81 - Saturday    
Two    
Cold Rain And Snow [6:17] >
Greatest Story Ever Told [4:19] ;
Ship Of Fools [8:48] ;
Lost Sailor [6:09] >
Saint Of Circumstance [6:33] >
Terrapin Station [12:39] >
Jam [3:03] >
Drums [12:23] >
Space [10:26] >
The Other One [6:44] >
Stella Blue [8:07] >
Around And Around [4:01] >
Good Lovin' [8:06]
Encore    
One More Saturday Night [4:26#] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod030620.mp3

 

here's hoping March winds blow our troubles away... 

 

 

thanks for your support, my friends.. be well. 

2020-03-06
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Dead Show/podcast for 2/28/20

39 years ago the band played a fine show at the Uptown Theater in Chicago, which I'm pleased to begin to present to you today. A fine 'Jack Straw' opener begins things on a high note, and the rest of this first set is varied and quite well played on this fine recording. Some of the highlights include a 'Little Red Rooster' with both some fine slide work and some nice color added by Brent, a great 'Big Railroad Blues' (which ones aren't?), and a near-perfect 'Althea'.  'Let it Grow' segs into 'Deal' to close this enjoyable set of early 80s Dead. 

 

 

 

Grateful Dead
Uptown Theatre
Chicago, IL 2/28/81 - Saturday    
One    
Jack Straw [6:25] ;
They Love Each Other [7:19] ;
Mama Tried [2:36] >
Mexicali Blues [4:22] ;
Candyman [7:17] ;
Little Red Rooster [8:30] ;
Big Railroad Blues [4:46] >
Looks Like Rain [7:31] ;
Althea [9:07] ;
Let It Grow [11:56] >
Deal [7:48] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod022820.mp3

 

 

 

Keep your lamps trimmed and burning...

thanks for your support! 

2020-02-28
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Dead Show/podcast for 2/21/20

Boy is this one going to eat up my quota! There is almost 2 1/2 hours of smokin' Grateful Dead music in this week's Deadpod, from the second set on 2/23/74 at the Winterland in San Francisco CA.

I'm bound to overlook something that you will enjoy in this set, nevertheless I'd call you attention to the wonderful opening set (Row Jimmy through Stella Blue).. as well as the HUGE segment from He's Gone through Eyes of the World.. that 'Other One' is fantastic, including a 'Slipknot' sounding segment.. this recording is excellent for listening to the individual contributions, especially Phil the bombardier here!

 

I would have loved to have been there... can't imagine how everyone felt going out of there after this night of music!

 

 

 

Grateful Dead

Winterland Arena

San Francisco, CA 2/23/74 - Saturday

Two    

Row Jimmy [8:34] ;

Weather Report Suite Prelude [1:16]>

Weather Report Suite Part 1 [4:15]>

Let It Grow [12:21]>

Stella Blue [8:13] ;

Big River [4:36] ;

Ramble On Rose [6:45] ;

Me And My Uncle [2:41] ;

He's Gone [13:45]>

Truckin' [7:55]>

Drums [3:24]>

The Other One [20:41] (1)>

Eyes Of The World>

One More Saturday Night ;

Casey Jones

Encore    

Johnny B. Goode ;

And We Bid You Good Night

Comments     (1) Includes a Slipknot!

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod022120.mp3

 

Thank you for your kind support th

2020-02-21
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Dead Show/podcast for 2/14/20

Happy Valentine's Day! 

I couldn't think of a better love letter to send to all of you than a fine portion of classic Grateful Dead from 1974.. from Winterland no less.. 

this beauty comes from the February '74 run - in this case February 23rd. This first set starts with a rocking 'Around and Around' - a different and welcome way to open a show. They follow with three ballads - 'Dire Wolf', 'Me & Bobby McGee' and 'Sugaree'.. Mexicalli follows then one of the highlights of this first set is a strong 'Here Comes Sunshine'. They 'Beat it Down the Line', then a 1st set 'Ship of Fools'. 'Jack Straw' and 'Deal' follows, then a great rocking trifecta of 'Promised Land', 'Bertha', and 'Greatest Story Ever Told' to end this first set. 

We will get to hear the second set next week.. 

 

Grateful Dead
Winterland Arena
San Francisco, CA 2/23/74 - Saturday    
One    
Around And Around [4:46] ;
Dire Wolf [4:15] ;
Me And Bobby McGee [5:34] ;
Sugaree [7:01] ;
Mexicali Blues [3:17] ;
Here Comes Sunshine [9:#17] ;
Beat It On Down The Line [3:25] ;
Ship Of Fools [5:16] ;
Jack Straw [4:33] ;
Deal [4:18] ;
The Promised Land [3:00] >
Bertha [5:51] >
Greatest Story Ever Told [5:06] 

 

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod021320.mp3

 

So appreciate you listening and  your kind support! 

 

Be kind ;) 

 

2020-02-14
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