Friday, October 28, 2011

Dead Show/podcast for 10/28/11

I've had a fair number of requests for 90's Dead shows recently, and this week's shows features one of the best shows that took place back in 1993. This one is a favorite not only because the second set features an appearance by Ken Nordine, but also because I really enjoy Jerry's playing and the rest of the band puts in a solid performance. This starts with a tight Help->Slip into a nice long Franklin's Tower. Althea is always a favorite, and the Masterpiece as well as So Many Roads is quite enjoyable.

Grateful Dead 3/11/93 - Thursday
Rosemont Horizon Arena - Rosemont, IL
Help On The Way >
Slipknot! >
Franklin's Tower ;
Little Red Rooster ;
Althea ;
When I Paint My Masterpiece ;
So Many Roads >
The Music Never Stopped ;

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I simply must give some serious love to Vince Welnick for delivering such a superb performance in this set. Admittedly, I am generally quite critical of his playing. But, this set is a revelation, plain and simple. I listened very closely, loving his contributions throughout and finding not a fault. Help > Slip! > Frank was fantastic; and, man, were they scorching hot towards the end of Music Never Stopped!