Friday, July 01, 2011

Dead Show/podcast for 7/1/11

This holiday weekend I decided to share a really great and unique show from the history of the band. This show marked the first time that Keith played with the band, as well as the breakout of *many* classic Dead songs - Tennessee Jed, Jack Straw, Mexicali Blues, One More Saturday Night, and Comes a Time from this first set! This is definitely a watershed show, and I think you'll enjoy it..

Grateful Dead - October 19, 1971
Northrup Auditorium - Minneapolis, MN
Set 1:
Me And My Uncle
Beat It On Down The Line
Cumberland Blues
Tennessee Jed
Black Peter
Jack Straw
Big Railroad Blues
Brown Eyed Women
Mexicali Blues
Comes A Time
Playing In The Band
One More Saturday Night
Casey Jones

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Anonymous said...

Professor - Week in and week out - thanks for sharing the wonderful music!!

Jim Manning Jr. said...

That "Comes a Time" is beautiful...cant wait for the second set.!!!!..can you tell me??? I know who Charlie Miller is and what he does for Dead Music but who is he REALLY ?...and how does he get access to all those great sound boards to master them...I think he does great work ,bless his soul...but...who is he to the Dead??? OH YES I AM JEALOUS...but really very curiousNext time you talk to him or see him Tell'em the Jazz Kat said THANX
Peace from Philly,
Da Jazz Kat

Anonymous said...

Thank you so very much for this. You think it sounds pretty amazing? I have to tell you—it sounded even better there and then! It's really wonderful to be able to regroove my memory with your help. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Man, I take my hat off to Mr. Keith Godchaux: even though this was his first show with the band, he sounds like he's been playing with them for years! I honestly cannot tell the difference between this show and any show from '76 or '77. Great set, all the way around from every single band member, both instrumentally and vocally.