Friday, February 22, 2008

Dead Show/podcast for 02/22/08


This week I'd had a request for some '68 Dead, and just happened to have just gotten this remastered beauty. This is quite an amazing recording for a 40 year old show, even more amazing is how accomplished the band sounds when I think of how young they were. I think the power of this music, especially in the second set, is really amazing..

Grateful Dead Carousel Ballroom San Francisco, CA
Date 2/14/68 - Wednesday
One Morning Dew [#6:24] % Good Morning Little Schoolgirl [#12:26] % Dark Star [#4:10] > China Cat Sunflower [4:06] > The Eleven [5:09] > Turn On Your Lovelight [9:01] ; (1) [0:05]
Two (2) Cryptical Envelopment [1:42] > The Other One [3:06] > Cryptical Envelopment [3:58] > New Potato Caboose [8:37] > Born Cross-Eyed [2:46] > Spanish Jam [11:59]; [3:14]; Alligator [3:17] > Drums [2:27] > (3) Alligator [7:#56] > Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) [10:40] > Feedback [5:24]
Encore (4) In The Midnight Hour [9:#51]

As always you can listen to the Deadpod here:
http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod022208.mp3

Thanks so much for your support during our pledge drive!!
Hope you enjoy the show!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

wow what a show. by the way did i tell who my favorite band is. yessss

40yr old show i was dancing at my desk at work.

great job for the mighty fine 89

scott

Roger said...

Picked up this show as sbd from archive.org before the shutdown/lockout. Some tracks are the same length, others vary. Illumination: is this a different mix to the archive.org show? Comments on differences? (in poor ole Oz 100mb counts as bandwidth to save if possible). Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Professor - This is truly Primal Dead. What a wonderful batch of inspired music that you've shared with us! Thank You.

Aaron said...

My goodness what a show. Pig sounded awesome.

thibbye said...

When do you normally post what the new podcast will be?

Christian said...

This is a collective thank you for this show (the only 1968s I had were a very scratchy DP 22, Two from Vault and remastered Anthem) and the great Allman Brothers sets. These are great quality and I really enjoy finding these. I first heard the GD in 2001 so all this is a great experience.

Anonymous said...

Love the energy of early Dead. Great jamming on NP Caboose, and everyone sounded great. The 4-minute Dark Star is "cute"...it's interesting to compare this to what Dark Stars eventually became: set-dominating, monstrous, wondrous occurrences (in a good way). Were longer Dark Stars already happening at this point, and this one just happened to be short? I'll have to look into it...