Friday, April 16, 2010

Dead Show/podcast for 04/16/10

This week we will hear the rest of Grateful Dead's performance at the Scope in Norfolk, VA, on April 3rd, 1982. After that interesting Scarlet->Fire we heard to close last week's Deadpod, the band goes into a fairly long and jammy Estimated, then a nice Eyes into Brent's "Never Trust A Woman" - while this may not have been your favorite back in the day, I admit I really enjoy listening to Brent now.. after the drums/space, the band goes into a nice NFA->Stella Blue.. an always welcome US Blues encore rounds out an enjoyable show..

Grateful Dead - April 3, 1982
Scope - Norfolk, VA

Eyes Of The World ->
Never Trust A Woman ->
Drums ->
Space ->
Not Fade Away ->
Stella Blue ->
One More Saturday Night

U.S. Blues

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

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Anonymous said...

Wow, I've read about this show. Bob and Jerry are really on. Bobby is so good that night. Thank you Professor. Thanks for seeing it through.

the professor said...
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the professor said...

A new corrected edition of this Deadpod is now available for download - it includes the space missing from the original deadpod.. my apology!

Anonymous said...

I was at this show... NICE!!!!!
Where and can I still download your Podcast of this show?? John

Anonymous said...

Is this show still available...?? I was at it and it was superb!!!!!

the professor said...

of course - just click on the link here in the post to listen, or right click and 'save as' to save it to your puter..

Anonymous said...

A great finish to the set: although I would say that I prefer the normal, quicker pace of EOTW, I enjoyed the variation of this slowed-down version. Also, I really liked Brent's singing in NTAW...the first time I've heard this song, and hopefully not the last!

Anonymous said...

Just heard DSO perform this show in Jamestown NY. Rocked!