Friday, October 22, 2010

Dead Show/podcast for 10/22/10

This week we have another long Deadpod - I hope you don't mind too much but I couldn't bear to break it up.. this set is the second set from a show the Dead played at Red Rocks back in 1978, just before they left for the famous Egypt shows. I decided to share it with you this week because it contains probably the finest version ever of 'If I Had The World To Give'.... I can't say enough about this one.. don't miss it..
The rest of the set isn't too shabby either - I always enjoy a good 'Eyes of the World' and this one is no exception, but the band only played 'If I Had The World to Give' four times.. and this one is fabulous..
I hope you enjoy it as much as I do..

Grateful Dead
Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison, CO 8/30/78
Set 2:
I Need A Miracle
Brown Eyed Women
Estimated Prophet->
The Other One->
Eyes of the World->
If I Had The World To Give->
Iko, Iko->
Around & Around
E: US Blues

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

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Anonymous said...

What a great eyes of the world just absolutely firing on all cylinders! This is a great 78 set.

Keep up the good work!

Thomas said...

This was a show that is (or was!) absent from my show collection. I currently have 1228 shows now - with this being the latest find.

What a great show.

Anonymous said...

Our first dance at our wedding three weeks ago this week was to If I had the World to Give -- awesome live version here.

Andrew Sankey said...

I keep getting a 404 error-- what's the secret? Thanks, Doc.

the professor said...

Wierd.. try again - I also recommend clicking the title of the post and both of the links - the 'here' and the http//etc...

the prof

jfarns said...

The estimated prophet is notable. And, as usual, the world to give is remarkable. Thanks, PROF!!

Anonymous said...

Enjoyed hearing If I Had The World To Give for the first time. It's a shame they didn't play it more than they did! Overall, a good set.