Friday, February 23, 2007

Dead Show/podcast for 02/23/07

In this week's show we continue with the second set from 12/28.78 - this starts with a rockin' high-energy Shakedown Street.. check out the great transition jam from Estimated into Eyes.. All in all I'm sure you're going to enjoy this one..

Grateful Dead Golden Hall - San Diego Community Concourse San Diego, CA
12/28/78 - Thursday
Shakedown Street [11:21] ; From The Heart Of Me ; Estimated Prophet [11:42] > Eyes Of The World [9:17] > Drums [7:41] > Space [2:53] > Truckin'[8:26] > Wharf Rat [10:08] > Sugar Magnolia [9:02]
Encore Johnny B. Goode [4:05]

As always you can listen to the deadpod here:

Enjoy and thanks for listening!

Friday, February 16, 2007

Dead Show/podcast for 02/16/07

This week, a listener suggestion I think you'll enjoy.. a great show from the end of 1978. This show starts with a smoking Sugaree, and I'm sure you're going to enjoy it..

Grateful Dead Golden Hall - San Diego Community Concourse San Diego, CA
12/28/78 - Thursday
One: Sugaree [14:13] ; Beat It On Down The Line [3:12] ; Dire Wolf [3:51] ; Looks Like Rain [7:23] ; Stagger Lee [6:22] ; Me And My Uncle [2:58] > Big River [5:#28] ; Candyman [7:33] ; New Minglewood Blues [5:03] ; Tennessee Jed [9:12] ; Lazy Lightnin' [3:34] > Supplication [5:19]

A BIG THANK YOU!! to everyone who contributed to the station and the podcast during our Winter pledge drive. I can't tell you how wonderful it is to have your support in keeping the music alive!

As always you can listen to the podcast here:

Friday, February 09, 2007

Dead Show/podcast for 02/09/07

This week I'm bringing you the second set from 8/30/81.. Due to our longer format I'm going to include everything but the encore.. I think you'll really enjoy Jerry's vocals on this Stella Blue, and I find myself really enjoying the energy on this set..

Grateful Dead - August 30, 1981 Compton Terrace Amphitheatre Tempe, AZ

Samson And Delilah [7:44] ; Ship Of Fools [8:19] ; Estimated Prophet [12:47] > He's Gone [14:11] > Drums [#7:17] > Space [5:07] > The Other One [10:06] > Stella Blue [10:36] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [6:12] > Good Lovin' [7:47#]

You can listen to this week's deadpod here:

I do need to ask for your help to be able to keep podcasting this show. Its our winter pledge drive for KOPN, our community radio station, and I do so hope you'll consider making a donation. Its your support that allows me to publish these shows every week, without it I won't be able to do so. Please consider making a donation by clicking the donation button on the right side of the blog. Thanks so much !!!

Thursday, February 08, 2007

Great way to help the deadpod..

I just found this deal going on over at paypal, where if you purchase $30 or more using paypal you can get a $15 rebate from paypay.

Here's the link.

Anyway, if you decide to help out the deadpod by clicking on the Make a Donation button (on the right) during our winter pledge drive, this would be a great way to help us out and still get some cash back!!

By the way I'm supposed to be getting some CDs to use as premiums.. when I get them I'll let you know..
thanks for your support!!!
- the professor

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:

thanks again!