Friday, October 24, 2008

Dead Show/podcast for 10/24/08

This week would have marked the 56th Birthday of Brent Mydland - so I decided to play something from the late 80s- a period where I really enjoy Brent's contributions. An interesting set list and some inspired playing from both Brent and Jerry (especially in the 2nd set which I'll be bringing you next week)..

Grateful Dead The Centrum Worcester, MA
Date 4/9/88 - Saturday
One Big Boss Man [4:52] ; Walkin' Blues [8:01] ; Far From Me [5:37] ; Candyman [6:51] ; Me And My Uncle [2:41] > Mexicali Blues [5:53] ; Tennessee Jed [7:50] ; When I Paint My Masterpiece [4:59] ; Deal [7:07]
Two Hell In A Bucket [7:10] > Iko Iko [5:42]

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod102408.mp3

Thanks for all the good wishes sent to me on my surgery - I'm getting a little better each day :)

Also of note, I just sent out the copies of 'Rockin' The Cradle' - if you don't receive yours in a week and are expecting it get in touch...

Thanks as always for all your support !! Have a great week!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Glad to see you're feeling better after surgery. Just had my knee operated on yesterday, and waking up to a new deadpod was such a treat! Being a young head, my only taste of the live music has really only been what I can pick up from Nugs and live albums, with some few and far-between Phil and Bobby shows mixed in. I really can't thank you enough for bridging the gap between the past and present in bringing us these shows. Hearing the Dead in their element is like experiencing living history. History in the cosmos! Thanks again, hope you're doing well.

thibbye said...

Huzzah! We have all of our people and necessary podcasts in place and all is right in the world. Here's hoping your health is restored to a robust state and life continues apace.

Robert said...

my favorite year is 1989

I as at the warlocks shows in the fall

these shows demonstrate everyones' greatness. Phil dominates, jerry is consistently on, brent is at his peak, and bobby is being bobby.

thanks to Jack from PSU for turning me on to this deadpod

Anonymous said...

Hope you get better soon. Thanks also for your deadication to the Deadpod. If you are relaxing check out this show 1.31.70 Ware House New Orleans I think it was after their bust. In great tradition phils bass goes puff. Jerry and Bobby whip out some old standards on acoustic. A great Saw Mill and many others. Feel better. gd1294

Anonymous said...

I just discovered your podcast and I am ecstatic!!! I am currently serving in the U.S. Peace Corps in Tonga, and I can't even tell how much being able to listen to these shows helps on the tough days:) Thanks so much for keeping the music alive! I only saw the Grateful Dead 7 times, but those moments were truly some of the best of my life.

Do you by any chance know how to get a copy of the recent PA Dead show fundraiser for Obama?!

Thanks again:) And I hope you are recovering well from your surgery.

tongablog.wordpress.com

Anonymous said...

There are a plethora of recordings of the Obama show available on etree.org as well as gdvault.com if you can torrent download.

Anonymous said...

Worcester MA is pronounced "Woosta" or even "Wooster" as in woof. Not "Worchester"

Anonymous said...

Loved the Big Boss Man opener...proof that Pigpen's spirit was still alive and well. It strikes me as a rather rare tune to hear in their latter years...is this accurate?

Lots of great Bobby vocals here!