Friday, January 30, 2009

Dead Show/podcast for 1/30/09

This week I have a real high energy set to fight off those winter doldrums..
this comes to us from 4/30/81 - Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro NC.. I really enjoy the sound of this show and think you will too - the Alabama Getaway is especially hot!

Grateful Dead Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, NC
4/30/81 - Thursday
One Jack Straw [5:17] ; Peggy-O [6:24] > C C Rider [7:56] ; Alabama Getaway [4:49] > Greatest Story Ever Told [3:46] ; Loser [6:53] ; Looks Like Rain [7:47] ; China Cat Sunflower [6:14] > I Know You Rider [5:27]

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod013009.mp3

thanks to all of you who've sent me good wishes - I really appreciate it..

be well and enjoy the show!

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

THANK YOU SOOOOOO much Professor.....for all you do!!!!! Wonderful set. Can't wait for next week.
Hope your transition is a pleasant one.
Maximum Love and Appreciation from Portland, OR.
-Mark

Anonymous said...

Very nice. My first show will be in Greensboro on April 12.

psky said...

Did you forget the link for this show as I have always used it for downloading. Thanks for everything.
-Paul

the professor said...

I do see where I forgot one- I'm sorry.. thanks for pointing it out Paul..

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for continuing to dish out the good stuff while you unpack. Best of luck in your new location!

Congaree said...

Hello Professor!
Great show this week!
When you first announced the move it sounded like you were going on hiatus... What a relief to see you not miss a beat! Thanks for hanging in there. I really look forward to your shows. Would it be too cliche to tell you I'm grateful? Sorry... it was just too easy.

Anonymous said...

It's like you have 2 drummers:?)>

Floyd said...

Hey Professor,
Hope your move went well. Let me know if you ever come to Windsor, Ontario. We're neighbours!
What a long strange trip...
Thanks for all you do...

Anonymous said...

THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO. IT MEANS SO MUCH TO ME TO HEAR SHOWS. I CANNOT AFFORD TO SEE THIS TOUR OR ANYBODIES TOUR, BUT DEADPOD IS NUMBER 1 IN MY BOOK AS I AM PROUDLY HANGING MY BUMPER STICKER ON MY CORK BOARD ABOVE ME DESK.

WHAT A STRING OF SHOWS IN CHICAGO IN '81 I THINK 2 SETS OF THREE SHOWS AT THE UPTOWN.
PEACE FROM CHICAGO

Patrick said...

Professor....
I recently relocated, and can relate to all your moving woes. I want to let you know how much I appreciate your program every week. It's a true service to the music loving world, and always brightens up my week. Thanks again, and enjoy the change in scenery.
Pat

Anonymous said...

professor - love the show. do you take requests? If so, you should share a fabulous show that took place at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario on 3/20/92. If you have access, give it a listen and you will know why I recommend it.

Anonymous said...

This was my 3rd dead show. I drove there alone from my home in Charlottesville, Va. I met a bunch of friends from high school (we were all in college).

Always one of the better shows I ever saw. And between then and '89 I saw most west coast show.

The Gorge in George! See you all there.

Anonymous said...

Yes, very good energy during this set. Great, fun musicianship, and I like that the vocals were very well-represented in the mix.

BTW, the Captcha I was given for this post to prove that I'm a human being began with "GD," which I found to be quite serendipitous!