Friday, August 03, 2012

Dead Show podcast for 8/3/12

Here we are again - another year rolls by - I'm thankful we have so much of Jerry's music and spirit to move us. I decided to play this one for you this week - I was turned on to this version by a good friend of the Deadpod - its been called the last great Grateful Dead show. That's hyperbole I'm sure but I played it for the Stella Blue... its not the Stella Blue I listened to this week when I sat in the Grateful Dead movie.. here is Garcia 20 more years down the line.. 20 years of experience, wear and tear certainly, soulfulness to be sure. As always the song speaks to my soul in ways only his playing and singing can do. The rest of this set is pretty darn good too.. I hope you enjoy it and smile..

Grateful Dead
Richfield Coliseum
Set 2
Picasso Moon
New Speedway Boogie
Victim Or The Crime >
He's Gone >
Jam >
Drums >
Space >
Turn On Your Lovelight >
Stella Blue >
Turn On Your Lovelight >
05 Liberty (fob source)

Grateful Dead - June 23, 1992
Star Lake Amphitheater - Burgettstown, PA
So Many Roads

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My sincere thanks for your support my friends.
Remember to love each other........


Anonymous said...

Thank you professor. Know you played this one for the Stella, but you did play this set for us in June of 2011.

Thanks for all you do for your listeners.

the professor said...

guess I messed up.. sorry for the repeat.

AKChase said...

A great show to repeat! Really appropriate and one of the most soulful Stella Blue's ever. Thanks!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Professor - As a newcomer to the Deadpid, thanks so much for this set & this Stella. Saw the movie this week & had never heard this howling Stella before. We don't all get a chance to catch the old seafoods do thanks for this - it reminds me of what a loss and how much Kerry is missed.

Anonymous said...

Professor - that to be is a Stella of beauty & pain. a perfect choice for today, a day between. Thank you SO much.