Thursday, February 01, 2007

Dead Show/podcast for 02/02/07

Happy Groundhog day!

This week, an overlooked show that I think is quite fine.. from 1981, a very original setlist and some fine playing, I think you'll enjoy it..

It's also the start of our pledge drive on the radio station, so its time for me to ask you for your support for the podcast, and the radio show. If you'd see it in your heart (and budget) to make a donation to the show, I'd greatly appreciate it! You can contribute by simply clicking on the 'Make a donation' button on the right hand side of the blog.. thanks so much!

Grateful Dead Compton Terrace Amphitheatre Tempe, AZ 8/30/81 - Sunday
One Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [8:37] > Franklin's Tower [9:26] > New Minglewood Blues [6:43] ; Tennessee Jed [8:12] ; Mama Tried [2:39] > Mexicali Blues [4:24] ; It Must Have Been The Roses [#1:13] ; Beat It On Down The Line [3:07] ; Cumberland Blues [5:26] > Looks Like Rain [8:20] ; Might As Well [4:15]

My thanks to Jeff Fishman for this show..

As always you can listen to the podcast here:
http://www.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod020207.mp3


thanks again!

4 comments:

Joshua said...

The longer show is a great idea! I look forward to downloading the show every week - it starts the weekend off on the right note. Thanks for doing the show.

Jeff said...

John

Actually Charlie Miller got this into circulated and I repitched it (it was way fast)

Anonymous said...

You're the Fuckin' KING, Professor. Makin' the people happy ever mothergrabbing week--not a bad way to spend your time. Anyway, I'm going to send in some dough. I've got DAYS of this show on my ipod by now, so I figure I ought to give something back.

Anonymous said...

Just listened to the 2/2 show from 1981 ( think that's what you said). Loved the entire set from the beginning. Missipi Half Stet to Franklin's Tower incited me to get to the piano. Love it. THe jam on the lions den was amazing, but my favo is always Franklins Tower - the first song that gave me my first musical Bid - O. Great clean music with excellenet musicianship on great tunes.