Friday, July 06, 2007

Dead Show/podcast for 07/06/07

One of my wonderful listeners wrote me to request this week's show and seeing as it is from the same great year for Dead music as the recently released Three from the Vault, I thought it would be a great listen for this week's deadpod. While I only have a portion of the show in good quality soundboard, I thought it was certainly worth sharing what I have. This show features a monster first set Dark Star as well as one of the all time great Not Fade Away->Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad->Not Fade Away jams.

Grateful Dead Austin Municipal Auditorium Austin, TX 11/15/71 - Monday

Dark Star (1) [12:14] > El Paso [4:38] > Space [3:29] > Jam [3:59] ; Casey Jones [5:25] ;Ramble On Rose [5:56] ; Mexicali Blues [3:20] ; Brokedown Palace [5:13] ; Me And Bobby McGee [5:32] ; Cumberland Blues [5:18] ; Sugar Magnolia [6:54] ; You Win Again [2:18] ; Not Fade Away [3:57] > China Cat Sunflower Tease [0:37] > Jam [7:42] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [8:06] > Not Fade Away [3:05]

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod070607.mp3

Enjoy and be well.. I always love hearing your comments and suggestions!

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey, thanks for the nod, Professor! I'm so thrilled that I get to hear this one. You're just plain awesome.

Anonymous said...

Hey Professor! I am currently living in New York and love listening to the Dead on my ipod and at work when the kids are out of the room (I am a teacher). Anyway, I was thrilled when I found this fabulous podcast on the itunes website AND that you are based in Columbia. I am originally from Kansas City. I think I have heard of this before, but wasn't sure if it was your show-if you have been doing it awhile, it probably is. Keep up the great work! I am so happy to have found you.

Anonymous said...

Hey Professor, beautiful show selection this week. The NFA> China Cat Jam> GTRFB> NFA was a testament to the Dead's signature sound. I would like to know what your favorite Dark Star moments are. Thanks for your time. The podcast is an excellent show. Keep up the good work (as if you needed me to say that).

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Anonymous said...

Awesome show. I really enjoy these atypical sets...Thanks Professor!

Anonymous said...

I just started to get the podcast and I was wondering if there was anyway to get the backed podcasts. Great shows from what I have heard so far and it has been a real blast not having to search the archive for good shows. Thanks again

the professor said...

just search through the archives on this site, all of the links should still be good, although the really older ones that point to http://henriksonj.no-ip.info are slow and limited to 2 simultaneous connections, so you have to be patient..
thanks! glad you found us!

Anonymous said...

Have fell in love with this podcast over the last month. I have to say 67-72 were my favorite years, and this show is no exception. The tone of Jerry's guitar especially during the jam and Casey Jones. Something dark and forcing about it..can't put my finger on it, but always loved this sound. Also, Jerry vocally sounds great. Thanks so much for these!

Jerry Wilcox said...

Thanks for the great podcasts, Professor! I'm really enjoying hearing some of the old sets, a few of which I was privileged to hear in person.

Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

Man, oh man...what a wonderfully unexpected, unique, and well-executed treat that Dark Star > El Paso was! Anyone who has an issue with that has an issue with good music, not to mention they don't truly appreciate and accept the band and their penchant for improvisation and trying new things. Thank you, Professor, for not announcing the song in your intro, because it was a very pleasant surprise!

I was simply blown away by this whole set in general. The Dark Star > El Paso > Space > Jam was phenomenal stuff; and while the transition to Casey Jones was abrupt, I found it to be fascinating. I could go on and on about each and every song and how awesome they all were...let's just say that I'm a huge fan of the whole set, through and through. It's upper echelon stuff, in my humble opinion.