Friday, January 16, 2015

Dead Show/podcast for 1/16/15

I figured it was time for a January thaw with some sweet Jerry Garcia Band music, and I was recently turned on to a pretty good show that hasn't been heard too much I don't think. This is an audience recording that comes to us from September 20th, 1976 from the Astor Theater in Reading PA. While some songs are a bit over saturated I really enjoyed listening to this performance and hope you do as well. These tunes are really nicely explored, and I really enjoy the sound that comes from having both Keith and Donna Godchaux in the band at this time. This week i'm playing the early show from this date, let me know if you would enjoy hearing the late show next week, after you hear how this one sounds. The show itself contains many favorites for the period, and Jerry's voice is great on these.. hope you enjoy it!

Jerry Garcia Band
Astor Theater
Reading, PA

--Early Show begin--
1. They Love Each Other [7:54]
2. Russian Lullaby [12:49]
3. After Midnight [13:36]
4. Stir It Up [12:08]
5. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) [9:58]
6. Who Was John [13:00]
7. Friend Of The Devil [8:45]
8. Midnight Moonlight [9:53]

You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:

As always, I very much appreciate your support of the Deadpod which makes the show possible.. 
thanks, love and light.. 


SB-Memphis said...

Fine choice, Professor. The late show would hit the spot next week--

Bully said...

more 76 Jerry Band, PLEASE!

Anonymous said...

Love it! Hit us with the second set. Donna really kills it on this one.

Jim in Monterey said...

Please, post the rest of the show. The recording has some issues, but we can handle it. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Sorry I didn't cast my vote sooner. This is good stuff, and I'm especially impressed with Donna in this show. The late show was fabulous as well. Thanks, Professor! Happy New Year, and wishing you the very best in 2015, both personally and professionally. Thank you for all that you do!

Peruvian said...

I'm just listening to this now. The baby singing along during Russian Lullaby is cracking me up! I love aud recordings for just that reason.