Friday, May 27, 2016

Dead Show/podcast for 5/27/16

Sometimes the inspiration for a Deadpod will hit me when I'm looking over setlists, trying to see which one fits my mood for the season we're in. This week, i was turned onto a show I hadn't listened to before from one of our contributing listeners, who told me about this , his first Dead show. This comes to us from May 6th, 1978 at the University of Vermont in Burlington VT. This is a fine recording - soundboard in this week's first set, audience in next week's second set but both showcase the band on a night that I think they are clearly 'on'. This set starts with a fine Sugaree, and continues with excellent versions of  Minglewood, Peggy-O. A rockin' Beat It On Down the Line follows, then we head back to the Old West for a great 'Loser'. Looks Like Rain, It Must've Been the Roses and a nice Big River are all well played. Deal closes the set and gets the crowd amped up for the second set to follow..

Patrick Field House (U of Vermont), Burlington, VT (5/6/78)

New Minglewood Blues
Beat it on Down the Line
Looks Like Rain
It Must Have Been the Roses
Me and My Uncle
Big River


You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: 

A huge thank you to everyone who entered the Red Rocks contest, especially those of you so kind as to contribute to the Deadpod.. much much appreciated! 
I only wish I had more CDs to send out - who said CDs are dead? :) 

Finally, as we move into summer.. have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend, be safe, and take a moment to remember and reflect upon those who lost their lives for us. 


Brother Nature said...

Same recording as last week as of now

David Davis said...

I love the DeadPod UVM 5-6-78 was my 13th show. I have yet to write about it on my GratefulSeconds Blog, but I did write about the night before. Love your choices of shows :)

the professor said...

the link should be fixed now. thanks.