Thursday, March 20, 2008

Dead Show podcast for 03/21/08

Hello Friends!
This week we'll listen to the conclusion of the Dead's show at Alpine Valley on August 8th, 1982. I think you'll really enjoy the wonderful Scarlet Begonias, the crazy drums with guest Zakir Hussein, as well as John Cipollina's guest guitar work on "The Other One", "Wharf Rat" and "Not Fade Away". Check out the crazy version of Satisfaction as well.. Whew! :)

Just a note, my computer that I usually use to put together the show fried its motherboard this week - I had to use a different one to get the Deadpod together - if you notice any problems please let me know.

Grateful Dead
Venue Alpine Valley Music Theatre East Troy, WI 8/8/82 - Sunday
Scarlet Begonias [9:55] > Fire On The Mountain [13:48] > Estimated Prophet [14:27] > Jam (1) [3:27] > Drums [8:#02] > Space [4:14] > The Other One [6:51] > Not Fade Away [4:49] > Wharf Rat [9:01] > Good Lovin' [8:21]
Encore (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction [7:15] > Brokedown Palace [5:05#]

As always you can listen to the Deadpod here:

Enjoy Spring! Thanks for listening and for your support!


Anonymous said...

Professor - Thank you again for the great tunes each week. Also, a request ... 9/21/73 would be a nice treat I think!

Anonymous said...

Great show! I wanted to request the show from February 19, 1973. As always, love everything that you do. Such a treat every week! Keep on keepin' on!


A fellow Missourian living in New York City.

Anonymous said...

PS-Have you ever played that show? If so, let me know the date and I can find it in the archives. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Prof - I spaced out something in my comment. I requested 9/21/73 in honor of Martin Fierro, who certainly played some tasty licks on Wake. Thanks for sharing the wonderful tunes each week. Music improves life.

the professor said...

I knew that's why you asked for 9/21 - and it would be a fitting tribute.. I'll see what my copy sounds like. as for 2/19 I don't thihk I've played that either .. thanks for the suggestions..

the prof

Scott Waldman said...

Wow! @}-----\------/------