Friday, June 14, 2013

Dead Show/podcast for 6/14/13

This week's Deadpod has been a often requested show for some time.. I think I hesitated in putting it on the Deadpod because it was such a well-known show, and it had been broadcast back in the day on TV. Still its probably one of the finest shows of 1991, and since its anniversary was coming up, I decided it would be a great time to break it out here on the Deadpod. 
This show occurred back on June 17th, 1991 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford NJ. They blow out of the gate with a spot on Eyes of the World.. I really loved seeing this on TV as you could tell how much Jerry and Bruce were enjoying the interplay on this song, and you can clearly hear it in their playing. This is only the first first-set Eyes of the World since 1975... they follow with a very good Walkin' Blues, then a very good Brown-Eyed Women, with a fine Hornsby lead in it.. what follows is quite unusual, as Jerry breaks out the Dark Star motif, which the band picks up on, and while they don't actually play Dark Star (until set 2) the thematic is present throughout the night, and adds another element of excitement to the already interesting playing.. Weir follows with a Masterpiece, then we get a fun Loose Lucy.. Cassidy and a rockin' Might As Well close out set 1.. We'll listen to set 2 next week.. 

Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ (6/17/91)

Eyes of the World
Walkin' Blues
Brown Eyed Women
Loose Lucy
Might as Well

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

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the professor said...

sorry I had an error on the file link- now fixed! thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hey, Professor, I am still getting a 404 Error on the link to the show. Would you mind rechecking?

the professor said...

It is working for me - did you refresh the web page?

Anonymous said...

All good now. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Great set! I listened to it about a week back, so my specific recollections are beginning to fade; but, if I remember correctly, I found the Cassidy to be particularly smokin'.