Friday, March 20, 2009

Dead Show/podcast for 03/20/09

Time for something a little different, here's a show I've wanted to play for some time, a really solid show that features Jerry in fine voice and the band playing tightly.. I especially enjoy the Jack Straw->Sugaree opener and the West LA in the first set, Bobby announces it's Brent's birthday (which its not).. but Brent does close the set with a fine 'Far From Me'....

Please note: I understand that I had a misplaced song in the original podcast - my appologies - if you downloaded the first version you may need to re-download the corrected one..

Grateful Dead Boston Garden Boston, MA
Date 9/18/82 - Saturday
One Jack Straw [5:03] > Sugaree [11:43] ; Mama Tried [2:31] > Mexicali Blues [4:49] ; West L.A. Fadeaway [7:56] ; Little Red Rooster [7:33] ; Dupree's Diamond Blues [5:49] ; Cassidy [6:02] ; Far From Me [4:15]

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod032009.mp3

As always, thanks so much for listening and for your support!!

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good Morning

Throwing Stones (I guess from the 2nd set) is mixed in with the first set.

Loved the 2/13/70

Thanks for all you do.

the professor said...

Ack! I'm very sorry - I'll try to get that fixed as soon as I can and reupload!!! thanks for letting me know..
- the professor

Alex said...

No worries ever about something a little different! From a long-time listener, I love your '80s and '90s picks alongside everything else.

Out of curiosity, you mentioned on your Twitter that you almost picked an even more unusual show. What was that?

the professor said...

the first show with Vince.. I still may play that someday - its solid and well played.. but not everyone likes that 'Vince' sound ..

Ed Peterson said...

Professor,

Please post the first Vince show! That weekend in Cleveland was my 21st birthday celebration. Drove all the way from Fulton, MO and back in time for class on Monday!

Thanks for all you do.

Ed

Anonymous said...

Thanks Professor, great set! Keep up the Brent!!

Alex said...

Well, Vince's sound is what it was, but that momentum they had going in 1990 (all because I was born that year, of course) is worth it in my book.

Alex said...

I realize this is my third post today, but I just had to say, now that I'm listening to the podcast, this one's FANTASTIC. I'm completely sold on this show. Hope to see more next week.

Jack said...

Listening in Paris as a part of our usual weekend ritual. Brings me back to being 18 in Boston (in 1982), listening to the Dead and having a full head of hair. :-)

Outstanding!

Anonymous said...

i can't get to the actual podcast. the link takes me to a blank page.

pokerDegen said...

Am I the only one who can't get to the link here? iTunes couldn't download it either...

the professor said...

I believe my hosting company is having a problem - I've contacted them about it..
- the professor

Les'sDirtyDeadGirl said...

GREAT show! I have already listened to it twice! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Love the podcast, which I get through Itunes. Is there a way to get older podcasts from Itunes (and save in my library) - it appears I can only get the last 7 or 8. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

This one doesn't seem to work.

Thanks

Anonymous said...

The link for podcast for 03/20/09 is still broken

Anonymous said...

This was an excellent selection. I enjoyed hearing the extra verse in West LA Fadeaway; Jerry was on fire in Cassidy; and, I enjoyed Far From Me for the first time.