The DeadpodAuthor: J.Henrikson
24 Aug 2019

The Deadpod

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    Dead Show/podcast for 8/23/19

    This week we follow up last week's Deadpod with the second set from the band's performance on August 16, 197 in Telluride Colorado.

    I have to admit to scratching my head at this 'Push' opener, but the 'Samson and Delilah' that follows is always on point for a Sunday show :)

    'He's Gone' leads into a mildly interesting Drums and Space, but the highlight for me is the quite good 'Other One' for the time period. 'Truckin' leads into 'Black Peter' and a closing 'Good Lovin'.

    They return for a double encore - 'Touch' into the wierdest 'Brokedown' you'll ever hear.

     

     

    Grateful Dead

    Town Park

    Telluride, CO

    8/16/87 - Sunday

    Two    

    When Push Comes To Shove [4:25]>

    Samson And Delilah [6:58]>

    He's Gone [10:28]>

    Drums [9:48]>

    Space [5:40]>

    The Other One [6:47]>

    Truckin' [6:18]>

    Black Peter [8:56]>

    Good Lovin' [8:17]

    Encore    

    Touch Of Grey [6:01]>

    Brokedown Palace

     

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod082319.mp3

     

    thank you my friends for your kind support

     

    "Summer flies and August dies

    the world grows dark and mean"

     


  • Posted on 23 Aug 2019

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    Dead Show/podcast for 8/16/19

    This week's Deadpod features the anniversary of a show that took place 32 years ago at Town Park in beautiful Telluride Colorado.

    It was the weekend of the celebrated 'Harmonic Convergence' which marked a globally synchronized mediation event as well as an exceptional alignment of planets. Needless to say it did not bring about an era of world peace or contentment. Nonetheless, the boys played an interesting show which was a request from a friend of the Deadpod who is marrying his finance there this summer! All the best wishes, Frank!

     

    The first set which we will hear this week, features some nice work by Brent, as well as a snappy Mississippi Half Step opener and a 'Big Railroad Blues', always a favorite of mine..

     

    Grateful Dead

    Town Park Telluride, CO

    8/16/87 - Sunday

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    Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [7:15] >

    Little Red Rooster [8:15] ;

    Iko Iko [4:59] ;

    Beer Barrel Polka Tuning ;

    Far From Me [3:59] ;

    West L.A. Fadeaway [6:49] ;

    When I Paint My Masterpiece [4:07] ;

    Big Railroad Blues [4:02] >

    The Promised Land [3:53]

     

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod081619.mp3

     

     

    "Summers fade and roses die.. "

     

    thank you for your support my friends.

     

     

     


  • Posted on 16 Aug 2019

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    Dead Show/podcast for 8/9/19

    That today marks 24 years since Jerry Garcia died, strikes me as a sobering reminder of my own mortality, of how quickly our lives pass, but also as a reminder that I was fortunate to get to see him perform and experience the magic that was in this music. Like every edition of the Deadpod, this week we again celebrate that music, this time with one of their earlier performances, when they were all young and full of boundless energy and enthusiasm. Let the music carry them, and us as we go along on this ride, to places words don't describe. Enjoy.

     

     

    Grateful Dead

    Family Dog at the Great Highway

    San Francisco, CA 8/3/69 - Sunday    

     

    Hard To Handle ;

    Beat It On Down The Line ;

    Hi-Heel Sneakers ;

    High Time ;

    Mama Tried ;

    Dark Star ;

    Alligator>

    Drums>

    The Other One>

    Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)>

    And We Bid You Goodnight

     

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod0802919.mp3

     

    Thank you for coming along, and for your support that has enabled this to go forward for so long.

     

    Ain't No Time to Hate. 

    Peace. 

     

     


  • Posted on 09 Aug 2019

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    Dead Show/podcast for 8/2/19

    For this 'Days Between' week, on the day following what would have been Jerry Garcia's 77th Birthday, we feature a wonderful set from July 29th, 1974. The band returns following a Seastones' set and leads off with an unusual 'He's Gone'. 'Truckin' follows and while Weir screws up the lyrics, Garcia breaks out into what becomes around a 23 minute jam, in and out of a hint of 'Spoonful' then 'Nobody's Fault' and the first verse of 'The Other One'. There's a great jam out of that into the tight 'Wharf Rat' 'Around and Around' follows them they doubleshift into 'Peggy O'. The 'US Blues' that follows is hot, as is the jam in 'Sugar Magnolia' to close the set. While 'Casey Jones' is listed as the encore, I've read that the band never left the stage...

     

     

    Grateful Dead

    Capital Centre Landover , MD

    7/29/74 - Monday

     

    Three

    He's Gone [13:21] >

    Truckin' [8:35] >

    Nobody's Fault But Mine [2:49] >

    The Other One [14:39] >

    Spanish Jam >

    Wharf Rat [9:26] ;

    Around And Around [5:11] ;

    Peggy-O [6:05] ;

    U.S. Blues [5:34] ;

    Sugar Magnolia [8:56]

    Encore

    Casey Jones [6:44]

    Comments Spanish Jam timing included in the Other one.

     

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod080219.mp3

     

    Love one another.

     

    Thanks for listening and for your support.

     


  • Posted on 02 Aug 2019

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    Dead Show/podcast for 7/26/19

     

    Dog days of summer? Nothing beats them like some good 'old Grateful Dead - and this somewhat overlooked classic from the summer of 1974 is sure to leave you smiling.. This comes to us from July 29th, 1974 at the Cap Center in Landover Maryland.  This first set contains some of the classics, of course, as well as some surprises, like the stand alone Scarlet Begonias and the beautiful 'To Lay Me Down'. The highlight here I think, is the wonderful 'Weather Report Suite ' - Garcia is on overdrive here :)

     

    At any rate, I hope you enjoy this touch of sunshine and it helps your week glide on by..

     

     

     

    Grateful Dead

    Capital Centre

    Landover , MD 7/29/74 - Monday

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    The Promised Land ;

    Sugaree [6:43] ;

    Black Throated Wind [6:08] ;

    It Must Have Been The Roses [5:09] ;

    Cumberland Blues [5:38] ;

    Scarlet Begonias [6:52] ;

    Jack Straw [4:21] ;

    Deal [4:37] ;

    El Paso [3:58] ;

    To Lay Me Down [7:29] ;

    Weather Report Suite Prelude [1:21] >

    Weather Report Suite Part 1 [4:36] >

    Let It Grow [12:58]

     

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod072619.mp3

     

    My thanks to the kind folks who have been able to contribute to the Deadpod!

     

     

     

     


  • Posted on 26 Jul 2019

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