Friday, February 20, 2009

Dead Show/podcast for 2/20/09

This week we get to hear the second set of this incredible Jerry Band show from 1988 - this set features a simply wonderful 'Waiting for a Miracle', 'Don't Let Go' always a favorite, and 'Tangled Up In Blue'... you can't go wrong with this music, that's for sure..

Jerry Garcia Band
11/26/88
Wiltern Theater
Los Angeles, CA
Set 2
01 //The Harder They Come (first note missing)
02 Waiting For A Miracle
03 Evangeline
04 Don't Let Go//
05 My Sisters And Brothers
06 That Lucky Old Sun
07 Tangled Up In Blue

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod022009.mp3

I do need to encourage you to click the 'Make A Donation' button and support the Deadpod if you can - thanks SO much.. and as always, THANKS for picking us up!

Enjoy and be well my friends!!

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

what a great thing to listen too at 6:30am when i sit down at my desk at work. thanks

the harder they come the harder they fall one and all. :) :)


chicago

Anonymous said...

I gave this time and last time. I havent heard from you so now I wonder if your getting the funds. It's not much but still. My plant's been shut down for weeks at a time and I've kids at University. Would a thanks be so hard?

the professor said...

Dear friend -
a thanks is the least I can do.. i am so very sorry if i missed thanking you.. i try to write everyone individually - if you'd send me your email address I'll try and make it up to you. I *VERY* much appreciate your support and that you enjoy the Deadpod..

be well, and better luck soon.
John

Anonymous said...

I got tons of your pods in my pocket and listen all the time. Thanks for keeping the music alive. These JBG shows are extra sweet in these dark days. Keep the faith!

5330
Indianapolis

Anonymous said...

Awesome show, I tune in every week and I finally got around to sending a donation. I just encourage all you listeners out there who enjoy the work the"professor" does send a donation! Great to hear some way cool JGB! Thanks again form a Canadian supporter.

jimiprice said...

Great stuff every week! Anyone know if there is any Deadpod merch? I'd throw down for a tee or lid.

Les'sDirtyDeadGirl said...

Thank you so much for this weeks Deadpod!! When I hear Tangled Up, it just takes me somewhere else- Somewhere great and happy and sad and in love all at once. Thank you Jerry and thank you Professor!

Lew said...

Just started listening this year and just made a donation. I get much enjoyment from your show. Many, many thanks.

t42 said...

Hi Prof- Thanks for doing this site.

I just PayPal'd you $20. I know it is not much, but if everyone sent you a few bucks a year, you'd be ok......

You offer a great service and my long commute is more enjoyable due to you! And my family thanks you as well, because cranking a little Jerry after a long hard day makes this Dad a happier guy when he walks in the door!

Scooter in Wisconsin said...

I echo all the positive remarks I read here. Great tunes, great thoughs, great show. Clearly your show makes a positive difference to so many. I just sent some funds your way.

All my best,

Billy Bojangels said...

my computer went out of commission for a few weeks and i got the first set of this show... all i can say s amazing, but i didn't get to download the second set. i was wondering how i can get it because i can't seem to find anywhere to download it from. any help on this would be great.

Billy Bojangels said...

my computer went out of commission for a few weeks and i got the first set of this show... all i can say s amazing, but i didn't get to download the second set. i was wondering how i can get it because i can't seem to find anywhere to download it from. any help on this would be great.

Anonymous said...

Second set is just as stellar as the first. What a true gem. Loved the jamming on Don't Let Go.

Every week, in addition to looking forward to a new Deadpod, I also look forward to folks' comments. It makes me proud to be part of a community that not only appreciates good music, but also is grateful for the service being provided here by our humble and steadfast steward. Listening to this set over four years later, I am even more appreciative simply because it is still available to me so long after its original airing. Thanks for all you do, Professor!