Friday, August 21, 2009

Dead show/podcast for 08/21/09

Hello Friends!
This week I've decided to spotlight one of the best shows from what was really quite a good tour - Spring 1991 - this show is from Orlando, Florida, from April 7th.. Its another show where the interplay between Garcia and Hornsby causes some wonderful sparks to fly.. add to that the Reuben and Cherise and its a very interesting listen.. I hope you enjoy it.

Grateful Dead
Orlando Arena
Orlando, FL

Jack Straw (06:07)
Sugaree (12:34)
Wang Dang Doodle (08:38)
Row Jimmy (10:11)
Black Throated Wind (06:2
Reuben And Cherise (08:17
The Promised Land (04:48)

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

Be well and safe my friends - thanks for your support!!


Anonymous said...

any way of playing a live new speedway boogie. much appreciated.Patty

Anonymous said...

This 2+1 run in Orlando was a highlight of my last days in college - a different take on the Florida spring break.

Thanks for the music!!

Ed in Atlanta

Anonymous said...

thanks for keeping this going, wondering if you could find a good show with some iko iko. Keep it up really appreciate it.

Patrick said...

hey proffesor keep the great tunes coming! was wondering if you could play a Help/slip/frank from 77 or any show with a good version of Till the Morning Comes. thanks for all the great music.

patrick in San Francisco

Jen said...

Hey professor,

I was on tour during the 90s and it is great to hear a familiar show. Love the Ruben and Cherise. Thanks so much bringing back so many great memories.

Jen in Santa Cruz

Peteclark9 said...

This one is really great

Peteclark9 said...

This one was really great. I am downloading the second set now and I can't wait to hear it. I listen to your deadpods several times each because I take long train rides to and from work.

zhaf said...

That Rueben and Cherise was nice! Thanks for the deadpod and all you do for it.

Anonymous said...

What a great set! Love me some Hornsby. When he plays the grand piano, it reminds me of the Keith Godchaux era. Although Bruce exhibits more flair, whereas Keith was content to dwell mostly in the background, the sounds are sometimes similar.