Friday, May 28, 2010

Dead Show/podcast for 5/28/10

I had a request a couple weeks back to play something for the folks suffering from the horrible floods that hit Nashville TN recently - I know there are still alot of folks there who won't have their lives together for awhile and I thought about this 'partial' soundboard from a wonderful show the boys played there back in 1972 - in fact you can read all about this show and see some newspaper clippings and such about the show here:

Unfortunately we only have part of the second set, but it is a really great part! :)

I hope you enjoy it as much as I do..

Grateful Dead

Vanderbilt University, Nashville TN 10/21/1972

from set 2:

He's Gone, Greatest Story Ever Told, Bird Song,

Truckin'->The Other One->Morning Dew

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

A note of thanks to those of you who donated to the Deadpod the last couple weeks - I really appreciate your help so much! thank you!

Enjoy the Memorial Day holiday and be safe my friends!

If you're interested in donating to help the flood recovery in Nashville, please click here.


Matt Gotterer said...

Went to Vandy and grow up in Nashville and had no idea that they played there! Thank you!

JAmacker said...

Hey Professor,

Thanks that is one of the best "He's Gone" I've ever heard. Its been on replay all week!

tomhaney said...

I hadn't heard a Truckin like this before. Phil is the star of the tune. It works great! Turn up the sub-woofer.

Anonymous said...

My first show and man what a show it was. To start with, the thing was free. There was virtually no advertisement of the show outside of the Vanderbilt campus. The link to the review of the show made me chuckle.
Unfortunately, they only played 2 more shows in Nashvegas, both in 78.


jfarns said...

I'm hearing a heavy "blue sky" tease between 13:30-14:00 of this podcast. Easily the best "He's Gone" I've heard.

Anonymous said...

The first three songs were absolutely fabulous (some of the best versions of each song I've heard, and to hear them back-to-back-to-back like that was a real treat!), loved how Phil took over on the transition after Truckin' and throughout Other One, and that Morning Dew was a great way to wrap it all up.