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  1.    #21  
    I want to thank everyone for pushing this thread over 1,000 views! I am sure the Professor will be please to know that the love of the Dead includes us Pre (and Pixi) folks!

    Have a Grate Friday! And go USA Soccer! If you have a chance, check out this clip. It will give you goose bumps!

    Every so often I get the craving for some 'pure' Jerry - and this is one of those weeks - this week I'm bringing you one of the lesser known of the bands Jerry played with - Reconstruction.*

    Here's the lineup for this show:
    Jerry Garcia guitar, vocals
    John Kahn bass
    Merl Saunders keyboards
    Ed Neumeister trombone
    Ron Stallings saxophone, vocals
    Gaylord Birch drums

    It's possible that this isn't everyone's cup of tea - but while its not the most well-known Garcia, I think you'll enjoy it...*

    Reconstruction - July 7, 1979
    Keystone - Palo Alto, CA

    - Set 1 -
    Tellin' My Friends
    That's What Love Will Make You Do
    Do I Move You
    Another Star
    Struggling Man
    Make It Better

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod062510.mp3

    Thanks for listening and for all your support!!!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  2.    #22  
    I hope everyone in the US has a great holiday. These Hampton, VA shows always seen to be great ones.

    "Have a safe and sane Fourth of July--have your firecrackers spayed or neutered." --Bob Barker

    This week we have a sweet show from a year that has always been under-represented in the ranks of soundboard tapes - 1981 - This one saw the light of day earlier this year, and I'm really glad to share it with you this week. The boys are really on fire on this one - very tight and well played sets - and while most of the fireworks might come in the 2nd set we'll be listening to next week - just listen to the great transitions here in set 1 and pay particular attention to Jerry on 'Let It Grow' ---wow...*

    Grateful Dead - May 1, 1981
    Hampton Coliseum - Hampton, VA

    set 1:

    Alabama Getaway >
    Promised Land
    Friend Of The Devil ->
    Me And My Uncle ->
    Big River
    Althea ->
    Little Red Rooster
    Tennessee Jed ->
    Let It Grow ->
    Deal

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod070210.mp3

    I hope you all have a very safe and happy 4th of July!!*

    Summer time, done come and gone my oh my!*
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  3.    #23  
    Here is Set 2 from the 5/1/81 Hampton, VA show. Even for folks like me who may not be the biggest Brent-era fans, this is a powerful performance, including the Lost Sailor -> Saint Of Circumstance pairing (if only they had played France at the end of this combo just once!).

    Have a Grate day and a Grate weekend!

    This week we have the second set of an incredible performance from the spring of 1981, in Hampton Virginia. This is a *very* well played and energetic performance - Jerry really comes out smoking on the Stranger, and I strongly recommend his work in 'The Wheel' in particular.
    I hope you enjoy the show - you'll find the entire second set here -almost 1 hour and 45 minutes of the best in live Dead...

    Grateful Dead - May 1, 1981
    Hampton Coliseum - Hampton, VA

    Set 2:
    Feel Like A Stranger ->
    Franklin's Tower ->
    Lost Sailor ->
    Saint Of Circumstance ->
    He's Gone ->
    The Other One ->
    Drums ->
    Space ->
    The Wheel ->
    Wharf Rat ->
    Sugar Magnolia

    Encore:
    U.S. Blues

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod070910.mp3

    Thank you for your support, we couldn't do the Deadpod without you!!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  4.    #24  
    I hope everyone is enjoying their summer (or winter in the Southern Hemisphere!). Here is a Grate summer show to make it a Grate weekend!

    A nice fat summer show that marks its anniversary this weekend is up for this week's Deadpod..

    This comes to us from Roosevelt Stadium in Jersey City NJ, and took place on July 18th, 1972. We'll listen to most of the first set this week - this is a wonderful show, and while Pigpen isn't there (he was sick we're told)...it marks one of the first big stadium shows and I think the Dead did it up right.

    I especially enjoy the tempo on the China Cat (a bit slower than you're used to hearing) and of course the wonderful Bird Song, Sugaree and Loser...besides we get a Stella Blue in set 1!

    Grateful Dead - July 18, 1972
    Roosevelt Stadium - Jersey City, NJ

    Set 1:

    Bertha
    Me And My Uncle
    Bird Song
    The Promised Land
    Sugaree
    Black Throated Wind
    China Cat Sunflower ->
    I Know You Rider
    Jack Straw
    Loser
    Beat It On Down The Line
    Stella Blue

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod071610.mp3

    Thanks for picking us up, and for your support!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  5. #25  
    Awesome stuff. Thanks. I wish Drpodder could correctly download these instead of just stream them.
    Pilot 5K->Palm IIIc->Tungsten T/T2->Treo 650/680 -> Pre+ (1.4.5 & Uberkernel)
  6. #26  
    Just hold on until 1.4.5 hits the states...it has a fix for this issue. We'll get it...someday...
    Blaize, Mistress of Verbosity



    Be nice until it's time to not be nice.--Dalton, "Roadhouse"
  7.    #27  
    Having to wait one more week for a massive Dark Star is exquisite torture! The Professor must like to be cruel to be kind (bandwidth limitations notwithstanding!).

    Have a Grate weekend everyone!

    This week I'm going to continue with part 2 of the Dead's show from July 18th, 1972, Roosevelt Stadium in Jersey City, New Jersey.
    We'll start with the end of the first set and go up to the Dark Star in set 2 - that one is massive enough that we'll present it uncut, next week.

    Grateful Dead - July 18, 1972
    Roosevelt Stadium - Jersey City, NJ

    Set 1 (cont):

    El Paso
    Casey Jones

    Set 2:

    Playing In The Band
    Brown Eyed Women
    Tennessee Jed
    Tuning
    Truckin' ->

    I hope you enjoy it - you can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod072310.mp3

    My thanks for your support, my friends!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  8.    #28  
    Lets close out the workweek and the month of July on a HIGH note! Sing me back home is personally my favorite Grateful Dead cover song and is a great way to lead into the standard NFA > GDTRFB > NFA finale. Have a Grate one!

    This week we really hit the climax of this show from July 18th, 1972 - the Dark Star -> Comes a Time...this is fabulous stuff, in my opinion...and I'm sure you'll enjoy it. I've read that Dylan was backstage at this show and that it was the first time he met Garcia - who knows at any rate the group consciousness is clearly evident here and flows from the Star and Comes a Time into that rare 3rd set...


    Grateful Dead - July 18, 1972
    Roosevelt Stadium - Jersey City, NJ

    Set 2 (continued):
    Dark Star ->
    Comes A Time
    Sugar Magnolia

    Set 3:
    Tuning
    Ramble On Rose
    Greatest Story Ever Told
    Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo ->
    Sing Me Back Home
    Not Fade Away ->
    Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
    Not Fade Away

    (the One More Saturday Night encore is missing from the tape)

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod073010.mp3

    Thanks for your support my friends.
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  9.    #29  
    Well, it is that time of year again (give or take three days), and the Professor always marks the occasion for us. Have a Grate weekend, everyone!

    Fifteen years - man that's a long time...too long...but on this anniversary time I'm moved to play something from the last year - and I know Garcia was failing and the music wasn't the same and on and on...but I remember seeing the Dead in '95 , a couple of times, and by the last time I knew it would be the last time...and anyway, this is one really nice show, there are moments of true beauty here and that's the legacy that Garcia so freely shared with us....

    Grateful Dead
    Delta Center
    Salt Lake City, UT
    February 21, 1995

    Set 1

    Salt Lake City* - 04:57
    Friend Of The Devil - 07:59
    Wang Dang Doodle - 06:28
    Tennessee Jed - 08:30
    Broken Arrow - 06:46
    Black-Throated Wind - 06:24
    So Many Roads - 07:40
    The Music Never Stopped - 08:53

    *only Salt Lake City ever played by the Dead

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod080610.mp3

    Be well, my good friends.
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  10.    #30  
    Happy Friday, everyone! We are roasting away here in the Midwest. Have a Grate weekend!

    This week I'm playing the 2nd set from the show on Feb. 21st, 1995 from the Delta Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. I find this to be an excellent second set - not only is Jerry's jams out of Truckin' interesting and fun, but the Visions of Johanna is one for the ages. Add to that a great Liberty encore and I think this show is far from depressing...but that's just my opinion. I hope you enjoy it!!

    Grateful Dead
    Delta Center
    Salt Lake City, UT
    February 21, 1995

    Set II
    Foolish Heart - 10:31
    Samba In The Rain - 07:12
    Truckin' -> - 07:45
    I Just Want To Make Love To You+ -> - 04:33
    That Would Be Something -> - 03:39
    Drums -> - 11:39
    Space -> - 10:31
    Visions Of Johanna -> - 10:12
    Sugar Magnolia - 10:50
    E: Liberty - 06:56

    + last "I Just Want To Make Love To You": 10/08/84 [746 shows]
    & last "Visions Of Johanna": 04/22/86 [634 shows]

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod081310.mp3

    Thank you so much for your kind notes, your requests and your support!!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  11. #31  
    Quote Originally Posted by swieder View Post
    Awesome stuff. Thanks. I wish Drpodder could correctly download these instead of just stream them.
    I was able to manually replace lunadownloadmgr and get Drpodder to download The Deadpod podcasts.

    Love being in the car and listen to Dead concerts.

    Thank You.
    Pilot 5K->Palm IIIc->Tungsten T/T2->Treo 650/680 -> Pre+ (1.4.5 & Uberkernel)
  12.    #32  
    Happy Friday, everyone! Let's make it a Grate day and a Grate weekend!

    I agree with the Professor--this is an unusual set list. I look forward to hearing how this comes together.

    This week's show is from a listener request - this show will soon have its 25th anniversary and a very fine show it is so I decided to bring it to you starting this week.
    A laid-back, west coast Dead show but one where you can almost feel the sunshine and the smiles on everyone's faces.. I enjoyed listening to this and hope you do as well, it features a nice unusual set list and very nice playing - set 2 will come next week...

    Grateful Dead - September 15, 1985
    Devore Field - Chula Vista, CA

    Set 1:
    Tuning
    Alabama Getaway ->
    The Promised Land
    West L.A. Fadeaway
    Mama Tried ->
    Big River
    Dupree's Diamond Blues
    Smokestack Lightnin' ->
    Deal

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod082010.mp3

    My thanks for your kind support.
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  13.    #33  
    Have a Grate one, folks. "Summertime come done and gone, my oh my!"

    This week we get to hear the 2nd set from 9/15/85, Chula Vista, CA. This is quite a good second set, featuring a very imaginative set list, and I'm sure you'll enjoy the tuning before the quite good, Scarlet -> Fire...the Sampson is first-rate, and Jerry brings us both 'She Belongs to Me' and 'Comes A Time'.... wow.

    Grateful Dead - September 15, 1985
    Devore Field - Chula Vista, CA

    Set 2:
    Twilight Zone Theme ->
    Scarlet Begonias ->
    Fire On The Mountain
    Samson And Delilah
    She Belongs To Me
    Truckin' ->
    Comes A Time ->
    Around And Around ->
    Drums ->
    Space ->
    U.S. Blues ->
    (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

    Encore:
    Crowd/Tuning
    Brokedown Palace

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod082710.mp3

    As always, thanks for your feedback, and your support..
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  14.    #34  
    Because I love all you Deadheads so much, and because of the date, here is a FANTASTIC show from this date in 1972. POSSIBLY my favorite Dark Star. The only thing missing here is The Other One, but back in 1972 they played either Dark Star or The Other One in a given show but not both.

    And if you have never been to the Oregon County Fair, you really should put it on the bucket list. It is a TRIP.

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    Grateful Dead
    08/27/72
    Old Renaissance Fairground, Veneta OR

    Lineage:
    SBD->two-track MR->DAT->Sonic Solutions->CDR->EAC->
    Sound Forge Edit (analog pop removal using pencil tool)->
    Sound Forge Pitch Shift (antialias filter followed by pitch shift
    of +19 cents)

    David Gans seeded the show (SBD->MR->DAT->Sonic Solutions->CDR).
    Adam Jerugim obtained a CDR copy, EAC'd and uploaded it to orf.cx.
    Leigh Orf did all the post-processing (Sound Forge stuff).

    Note: This is *not* the Betty Board source which has circulated before.
    This source came from a different two-track master reel (made by the
    folks filming the Sunshine Daydream movie) and is mixed differently.

    Disc 1
    Set 1

    1. [ 4:14.13] Stage Announcements
    2. [ 3:36.65] The Promised Land
    3. [ 9:15.23] Sugaree
    4. [ 3:27.26] Me And My Uncle
    5. [ 4:40.57] Deal
    6. [ 7:10.26] Black Throated Wind
    7. [15:05.18] China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider
    8. [ 3:43.36] Mexicali Blues
    9. [ 5:53.40] Bertha
    --------
    57:07.04

    Disc 2
    Set 2

    1. [18:38.49] Playin' In The Band *
    2. [ 2:20.74] Stage Announcements
    3. [ 8:45.74] He's Gone
    4. [ 0:32.22] Stage Chatter
    5. [ 5:04.35] Jack Straw
    6. [12:33.67] Bird Song @
    7. [ 0:28.24] Stage Announcements
    8. [ 5:32.18] Greatest Story Ever Told
    --------
    53:56.63

    Disc 3
    Set 3

    1. [ 0:58.05] Stage Announcements
    2. [31:13.05] Dark Star ->
    3. [ 5:19.02] El Paso
    4. [10:25.61] Sing Me Back Home
    5. [ 0:48.32] Stage Announcements
    6. [ 8:30.16] Sugar Magnolia $
    7. [ 2:06.40] Stage Announcements
    8. [ 6:12.02] Casey Jones
    9. [ 5:26.43] One More Saturday Night
    10. [ 6:24.10] Stage Announcements &
    --------
    77:23.66

    Footnotes:
    * First 57 seconds spliced from Betty Reel (Gans)
    @ At about 6:50 two seconds spliced from Betty Reel (Orf)
    $ Piano distortion starting at 5:05 is on original reel
    (somewhat cleaned up by Orf)
    & Stage Announcements can be eliminated to fit disc 3 on a 74 min CD-R
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  15.    #35  
    I hope everyone has a Grate holiday weekend! Buds and barbecue for all!

    This week's Deadpod was a request from a brother who just lost a brother - one of his best memories of his late friend was a roadtrip to see this show, and what a show it was! This was the 'comeback' show where Jerry made his return after the coma that nearly took his life in 1986 - no one knew what was going to happen, and what a great choice for a opener in Touch of Grey! The entire show really sparkles, with a newfound energy and some great new MIDI sounds. To me, the energy of renewal present in this show fits perfectly at this time of year, besides I couldn't turn down a grieving friend. I hope you enjoy it....

    Grateful Dead Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Stadium Oakland, CA

    Touch Of Grey
    C C Rider
    When Push Comes To Shove
    Beat It On Down The Line
    Greatest Story Ever Told
    Loser
    Cassidy
    Althea
    My Brother Esau
    Candyman
    Let It Grow

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod090310.mp3

    A special note - be sure and check out our sponsor: Keeley Electronics, preparing for the release of the brand new Keeley Overdrive!!

    My thanks for your support, friends. Have a very SAFE and FUN Labor Day!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  16.    #36  
    What a long short week! Hopefully set 2 of the comeback show will help. Nothing like a Playin' sandwich on a Friday.

    This week we get to hear the second set from the "comeback" show that the Dead played on 12/15/86 in Oakland.
    I think this is quite a good show - not only is it the first time they performed "Black Muddy River" but the Playin' Sandwich - and the Terrapin in particular that is in the middle - is *very* tasty.

    Grateful Dead 12/15/86
    Oakland Coliseum Arena - Oakland, CA

    Iko Iko
    Looks Like Rain
    Black Muddy River
    Playing In The Band >
    Terrapin Station >
    Drums >
    Space >
    Truckin' >
    Wharf Rat >
    Playing In The Band >
    Good Lovin'
    e: Johnny B. Goode


    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod091010.mp3

    Thanks so much for your support - enjoy!!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  17.    #37  
    I live this time of year. Football, leaves turning, football, cool mornings, did I mention football?

    Have a Grate weekend!

    This weekend is the last official weekend of Summer and I felt like I should send it out with a great show from one of the Dead's Summer tours - this show was a suggestion from one of my wonderful listeners and I thought it fit the bill.

    This show features some great interplay between Jerry and Brent as well as a very high energy level all around. I personally love the last three songs of this first set! I hope you enjoy it as well.

    8/10/82 - Grateful Dead
    University Of Iowa Fieldhouse
    Iowa City, IA

    SET 1:
    -----
    Feel Like A Stranger
    Friend Of The Devil
    New Minglewood Blues
    Tennessee Jed
    Cassidy
    It Must Have Been The Roses
    Technical Difficulties
    On The Road Again ->
    Beat It On Down The Line
    Stagger Lee
    I Need A Miracle ->
    Bertha

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod091710.mp3

    One other note to my listeners in the Oklahoma area! Our wonderful sponsor, Keeley Electronics, is having an open house Friday afternoon and Saturday.
    You can try out all the great Keely products including the new Keeley Overdrive compressor!

    Thanks so much for your support my friends.
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  18.    #38  
    Back in Iowa City for a great second set! Have a Grate weekend everyone!

    I think this is as fine a second set as you'll hear in early 80's Dead, and I'm very happy to present it this week.. I certainly hope you agree. Bobby and Jerry trade off quite well throughout. The Eyes is definitely one of the best, and I always love a great Stella Blue.

    enjoy..

    Grateful Dead
    Iowa Fieldhouse - University of Iowa
    Iowa City, IA 8/10/82 - Tuesday

    China Cat Sunflower [7:26] >
    I Know You Rider [5:45]
    Lost Sailor [6:41] >
    Saint Of Circumstance [7:02] >
    Eyes Of The World [13:10] >
    Drums [6:13#] >
    Space [9:02] >
    Iko Iko [9:41] >
    Truckin' [6:47] >
    Stella Blue [8:33] >
    Sugar Magnolia [10:46]

    Encore
    It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [6:52] >
    Johnny B. Goode [4:07]

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod092410.mp3
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  19.    #39  
    What a way to start October! Sometimes you just need some Piiiiiiiiiiiig! And I am especially fond of any shows with both Dark Star and The Other One.

    Have a Grate weekend!

    Always is a good time for some Good Ol' Grateful Dead- well this is the definition of primal Dead I think... 68 Dead... Charlie Miller, what more can you want?

    This is a great Anthem-era Dead show, and its possible that parts of this were used on that album...I'm very fond of the Schoolgirl...as good ol' Pigpen is in fine form.

    Enjoy.

    Grateful Dead - March 16, 1968
    Carousel Ballroom - San Francisco, CA

    Set 1:
    Dark Star
    China Cat Sunflower
    The Eleven
    Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
    Morning Dew
    It Hurts Me Too
    That's It For The Other One
    Alligator
    Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)
    Feedback
    And We Bid You Good Night

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod100110.mp3

    Thanks for your support!!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  20.    #40  
    I hope you all have a Grate weekend! Congratulations to my brother on his wedding day today!

    This week's Deadpod comes as the result of a request from a Deadpod listener and contributor (thanks Bud!) and I think its a very interesting show...from 1981, one of my favorite and oft-overlooked years, this show features some above average Brett and its really quite a *long* show. The Althea and Music Never Stops in set 1 are quite interesting. I hope you agree.

    Grateful Dead - September 25, 1981
    Stabler Arena - Bethlehem, PA

    Set 1:
    New Minglewood Blues
    Friend Of The Devil ->
    El Paso
    Peggy-O ->
    Little Red Rooster
    Bird Song ->
    Beat It On Down The Line
    Cumberland Blues
    Passenger
    Althea
    The Music Never Stopped

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:*http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod100810.mp3

    As always my thanks for your support
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
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