Friday, January 09, 2009

Dead Show/podcast for 1/9/09


Hello Friends!
This week we have the pleasure of listening to a newly released version of a classic 1970 Dead show - this one is from the Euphoria Ballroom, San Rafael CA, 7/14/70..
We'll listen to the first set this week, then the 'electric' set next week....
note that the last two songs in this set, New Speedway Boogie and Cumberland Blues, supposedly feature David Crosby on 12 string.. also note that the first song, Don't Ease Me In, is from an audience source with degraded sound.. sorry, but felt it was best to leave it in..

Grateful Dead
Euphoria Ballroom San Rafael, CA
Date 7/14/70 - Tuesday
One [53:10 +] Don't Ease Me In [2:59] ; [0:05] % Friend Of The Devil [3:28] ; [2:00] ; Dire Wolf [3:56] ; [0:10] % [3:32 Intro etc.] ; Dark Hollow [3:02] ; [0:04] % Candyman [#4:42] % [0:08] ; Black Peter [6:38] % [0:04] ; How Long Blues [3:07] ; [0:12] % [0:07] ; Deep Elem Blues [3:17] % [0:04] % Cumberland Blues [5:30] % New Speedway Boogie [9:04]

You can download the deadpod here:
http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod010909.mp3

Thanks so much for your support.... Enjoy!

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

the link to download the show is missing :-(

the professor said...

just click the title of this week's post..

Anonymous said...

Cumberland Blues [5:30] % New Speedway Boogie [9:04]
are missing

the professor said...

I've just doublechecked my copies and both songs are there - try downloading again - the file sizes match what I have and what is on the server..
-thanks the professor

Anonymous said...

I downloaded via both iTunes and directly from this site... no Cumberland nor Speedway. :(

the professor said...

wierd! I download it and the file size doesn't match what it reports the file size to be and those songs are missing! sorry! I'm re-uploading the set again.. hopefully will fix it.. thanks.!

the professor said...

OK - please try again - sorry for the problems on this one!!!
the professor

Anonymous said...

what a gift, what a gift! love the acoustic dead. That was Jerry's roots and you can always tell he had a lot of fun doing these shows.

Anonymous said...

love the frustrated conversations/comments with Bear... what a score to have all the banter and songs!

Anonymous said...

I love this and all of the acoustic Dead shows. Most of the acoustic shows that I've heard have pretty the same songs however (Dire Wolf, Friend of the Devil, Must of Been the Roses, etc.) which are all great, but are you aware of any acoustic shows where they play standards like Sugaree, Franklin's, China Cat, etc.? If you do, can you play some? Thanks...love the show.

Anonymous said...

Professor, your doing a great job

Tucker said...

I love this show. Anyone know where I can download it in track form?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for mixing in acoustic sets on a regular basis. I love them so much!