Friday, January 22, 2010

Dead Show/podcast for 1/22/10

This week marked the 75th birthday of one of the most pivotal characters in the history of the Grateful Dead, Owsley Stanley.
It would certainly not be an exaggeration to claim that the Grateful Dead would not have been without his help and involvement - nor even to say that the world is a much different place because of all he has done..
Jamie Waddell over at Lossless legs released this music, recorded by Bear himself, to mark the occasion and I felt it a noteworthy moment and wanted to share it with you..

This is a beautiful show, nicely recorded (there are spots with quite a lot of reverb) and not every song was recorded.. we have what Bear decided to record... but I do think you'll enjoy it..


Grateful Dead
Greek Theatre
Berkeley California
June 20th 1986

Set One
01. In The Midnight Hour
02. Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
03. El Paso
04. West L.A. Fadeaway
05. Me And My Uncle ->
06. Mexicali Blues
07. Candyman
08. Let It Grow

Set Two
09. Uncle John's Band ->
10. Playing In The Band ->
11. Comes A Time ->
[ Drums ->
Space ->
I Need A Miracle -> ] <---missing 12. Black Peter ->
13. Around And Around ->
14. Good Lovin'

MISSING: Encore- Mighty Quinn

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

My thanks for your support - be well my friends..


Ron Shevlin said...

What's the date of the show, Professor?

the professor said...

sorry that I left that out - 6/20/86 Greek Theater..

Chexander said...

Happy belated birthday A. Owsley Stanley.

Anonymous said...

The show is not on itunes???

the professor said...

itunes is a funny program - I've had problems with it in the past and will see if I can rattle its cage and get it to know there is a show there. thanks for letting me know.

Peteclark9 said...

This has become my favorite Good Lovin' ever

Anonymous said...

While the Let It Grow was as wonderfully furious and earnest as usual, I found much of the show to be somewhat pedestrian, and the quality of the recording left something to be desired. The second set was better than the first, though. With all due respect to Mr. Stanley, his contribution to the band, his 75th birthday, and his more recent passing, this is now the second recording of his that I have heard featured on the Deadpod, and I found both to be lacking. I feel like a jerk saying this, and perhaps I am ignorant and missing something?