Friday, November 19, 2010

Dead Show podcast for 11/19/10

I suppose some might think I'm going a little far of field with this week's Deadpod but when I have the chance to play some rare jammin' Jerry I just can't resist. This show is from an early effort where Jerry joined Howard Wales (with whom Jerry was to release the 'Hooteroll' album) for a series of 14 shows from May of 1970 until this show which was Jerry's last with this lineup..
It is a jammed out jazzy performance of some really nice improvisational music. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. I was only going to play the first set, but then thought better of it and decided to bring you the entire show.. I do hope you enjoy it as much as I do..

Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales
Wednesday, Jan 26, 1972
Symphony Hall, Boston, MA

- Set 1 -
Southside Strut >
Up From The Desert >
One AM Approach >
Come On Baby >
Outer Space Regions >
Carry Me Back >
Bass Solo >
Get Funky Brother >
A Trip To What Next >
Would You Leave Me >
Wales' Boogie
Get Down Mama >
DC 502 >
Drums >
DC 502
Sweet Little Angel >
Sweet Cocaine >
Shine On Love >
Fighting For Madge >
Jam >
Hey Bo Diddley >
Can't Judge A Book

- Encore -
Gypsy Woman

you can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

I hope you have a WONDERFUL Thanksgiving!!

thanks for listening and for your SUPPORT!! 


Adam B. said...


Anonymous said...

Awesome! Long time listner, thanks for everything.

BTW, any chance we could get a show with "Broken Arrow" anytime soon? Much appreciated brother.

Anonymous said...

YES. this is the sheee-it.

Glauber Meyer Pinto Ribeiro said...

Pretty crazy stuff, Prof. I had never heard this before. Thanks!

Poppy said...

This was great, thanks for playing both sets!

Anonymous said...

This was GOOD STUFF. Somewhat of a departure, sure; but, any fan of good music should appreciate this. I had to laugh, because the setlist appears to be, like, 20 songs; but, I only counted 3 or 4. ;-) Seriously, though, excellent musicianship all the way around. And, what a set of pipes on that singer, huh? Is that Howard Wales singing? And, has anyone ever seen that guy and Robert Plant in the same room together? Because they may be the same person.