Thursday, January 10, 2008

Dead Show/podcast for 1/11/08

Hello again Friends!!
This week I have a wonderful show from 1970 to share with you.. its full of energy and life and you can just feel how happy the boys are to be playing on this one..
I especially enjoy the Mason's Children->Black Peter... just check out Jerry's singing on this one!!!

Here's the setlist:
Grateful Dead Golden Hall - San Diego Community Concourse San Diego, CA
Date 1/10/70 - Saturday

One [85:55 +] [0:59 "Clear the fuckin aisles"] ; China Cat Sunflower [3:02] > Jam [3:10] > I Know You Rider [4:23] ; [2:10] ; Me And My Uncle [3:11] ; [0:18] ; Dire Wolf [4:16] ; [0:55] ; Hard To Handle [5:13] ; [0:12] % Casey Jones [4:20] ; [0:15] ; Mason's Children [4:25] > Black Peter [9:06] ; [0:06] % Good Lovin' [1:51] > Drums [3:26] > Good Lovin' [4:03] ; [0:13] ; Cold Rain And Snow [5:08] ; [0:34] ; Turn On Your Lovelight [25:37] ;

As always you can listen to the Deadpod here:
http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod011108.mp3

Thanks so much for your comments, your support, and your love of this music which makes doing this podcast such a joy :)

6 comments:

Kai said...

Hi, Professor,

after lurking for a few months and stealthily enjoying the wonderful music you put out, it's my time to say thank you!

Thank you for the music - and thank you for sharing the kind spirit it embodies. I really appreciate you pointing out the highlights and what makes each show special!

Keep on truckin', all the best, Kai.

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

Please post more acoustic sets, esp Jerry/Grisman, Kahn, or GCAB.

Thanks again!

Decreed_It said...

Just discovered this blog/podcast via Zune (yes I recently switched from iPod, shocker I know).

Just wanted to say thanks for continuing to share this beloved music.

-Decreed_It

"Without love in the dream it will never come true . . ."

David said...

Dear Professor,

Thanks for posting this one. I used to have the second set on cassette back in the day, and it felt real good to hear the whole show in all its glory here.

Thanks again =|;-)
-Dave

Dan said...

This is one of my all-time favorite shows. I used to carry the cassette with me everywhere.

It is great to hear it again. Thank you for your excellent work. Please keep it up.

DeadHead613

YodaDigzBeck said...

Hi Professor-thank you for bringing us all the great music, memories and the chance to zone out in total concentration at work while listening to this!

Did anyone hear the Franklin's Tower jam about an hour and fifteen minutes into the show (during the Lovelight)? This brings a new way to catalog shows on top of first time played...first time jammed live.

Did anyone else hear this?