Friday, July 07, 2017

Dead Show/podcast for 7/7/17

Lucky 7's today :) and I hope you'll feel lucky after listening to this week's fine second set from the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mt. View CA on June 21st, 1989.
This is a fine set for the period, Jerry is in excellent voice, and Phil is energetic and out front throughout. Jerry breaks out the Fender -Midi outfit during space, which is quite interesting and the addition of the late, longtime E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons adds a nice fill to several spaces in the music, I think. The highlights for me are a fine Estimated Prophet, the wonderful transition from Truckin' to the Other One, and of course a fabulous Morning Dew. A fine show from one of best periods of the latter day Dead.

Shoreline Amphitheater (6/21/89)

Comments: Summer Solstice Show

Scarlet Begonias [7:46] >
Hell In A Bucket [5:44] (1) ;
Ship Of Fools [7:44] (1) ;
Estimated Prophet [10:14] (1) >
Eyes Of The World [12:40] (1) >
Drums [#9:52] >
Space [15:02] >
Truckin' [6:51] (1) >
The Other One [5:16] (1)(2) >
Morning Dew [11:#42] (1,3) ~
Turn On Your Love Light [8:12] (1)
Brokedown Palace [5:23#]
Comments (1) with Clarence Clemons

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