Friday, September 12, 2008

Dead Show/podcast for 9/12/08

This week I came across this marvelous Jerry Band show and had to share it with you. I just hadn't heard enough Jerry yet :) I hope you agree after you listen to this gem:

Jerry Garcia Band
Keystone Berkeley, CA 9/11/76
Sugaree, Catfish John, That's What Love Will Make You Do, Friend of the Devil, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down, Midnight Moonlight

set 2:Second that Emotion, Stop That Train, Don't Let Go, Ride Mighty High

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod091208.mp3

Stay dry and have a great week!

9 comments:

Bill L. said...

really great sound. its great to hear Jerry giving it his all. Thanks.

Bill L. said...

spectaculer version of Midnight Moonlight!!!!

Anonymous said...

So, I live in the Pocono Mountains and travel for work (on spec) to NYC.
To the the point- a great job your doing to let me live in the music you post with Jerry, the Dead...
Keep on.

Anonymous said...

Hi- just found you site thanks to an iTunes board post by Phoney suggesting i could find podcasts at iTunes store by searching for deadpod......looks like you guys no longer list there....

But I found you here, so thanks!

the professor said...

Sure you can find us on itunes.. just do a search in the podcasts for 'grateful dead'...

glad to have you on board!
-the professor

Alex said...

Jerry Garcia Band in '76... always stunning. Any chance of hearing 10/2/77?

glauber said...

Beautiful, thanks!

Jon Freed said...

Hi Prof.

Listen every week and love it! Listening to Hartford, 1980 right now and Jerry is wailing! Just wondered: can you encode at something higher than 128 bit rate or is that an iTunes restriction? Thanks and keep it up,

Jon.

Anonymous said...

More great stuff!

Just wanted to note that, when I downloaded the file to iTunes, the set was labeled as 09-12-76 (not the file name, but the "label" within iTunes). I think the mix-up stemmed from the fact that the show was 09-11-76, and the podcast was done on 09-12-08. Just wanted to share this so that others don't have to bother researching which date the concert itself occurred.