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  1.    #41  
    I love autumn. Enjoy the weekend and the second set of the Bethlehem, PA show!

    This week not only do we have a good set to listen to - its a long one. This of course is the conclusion of the show we started last week, September 25th, 1981 from Stabler Arena in Bethlehem PA. This is not only an interesting setlist (how many second sets started off with 'Might As Well'?), but its very well played - I'm particularly fond of the Scarlet->Fire and everything after space....of course I'm a fan of Brent most of the time, so I enjoy his styling here as well, your mileage may vary.

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

    Set 2:

    Might As Well ->
    Samson And Delilah
    Scarlet Begonias ->
    Fire On The Mountain
    Never Trust A Woman ->
    Lost Sailor ->
    Saint Of Circumstance ->
    Drums ->
    Space ->
    The Wheel ->
    Sugar Magnolia ->
    Black Peter ->
    Around And Around ->
    Sunshine Daydream

    Encore:
    U.S. Blues

    Thanks so much for your support - enjoy the music and remember to be kind.

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://c1.libsyn.com/media/18787/dea...f8cb35f25bf0bd
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  2.    #42  
    Such a great find by the Professor. Enjoy!

    This week we have another long Deadpod - I hope you don't mind too much but I couldn't bear to break it up. This set is the second set from a show the Dead played at Red Rocks back in 1978, just before they left for the famous Egypt shows. I decided to share it with you this week because it contains probably the finest version ever of 'If I Had The World To Give'.... I can't say enough about this one...don't miss it...

    The rest of the set isn't too shabby either - I always enjoy a good 'Eyes of the World' and this one is no exception, but the band only played 'If I Had The World to Give' four times...and this one is fabulous.

    I hope you enjoy it as much as I do..

    Grateful Dead
    Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison, CO 8/30/78

    Set 2:

    I Need A Miracle
    Brown Eyed Women
    Estimated Prophet ->
    The Other One ->
    Eyes of the World ->
    Drums ->
    Space ->
    If I Had The World To Give ->
    Iko, Iko ->
    Around & Around
    E: US Blues

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod102210.mp3*

    Thank you so much for your support...and be sure and visit Keely Electronics!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  3.    #43  
    Talk about a solid opening set! Have a Grate weekend!

    This week's Deadpod was inspired by someone who actually posted about the show that occurred the night after this one on an internet group I belong to - but it brought this entire run to mind and I really wanted to share *this* night with you - as I find the second set in particular, to be quite extraordinary. This entire 3 show run in fact is quite good, and I enjoy this week's first set very much - in particular an outstanding 'Bird Song' and an exquisite China -> Rider..

    Grateful Dead
    72-10-18
    The (Fabulous) Fox Theatre
    St. Louis, MO

    Set 1

    Bertha
    Me and My Uncle
    Don't Ease Me In
    Mexicali Blues
    Brown Eyed Women
    Beat It On Down the Line
    Bird Song
    Big River
    Loser
    Jack Straw
    Big Railroad Blues
    El Paso
    China Cat Sunflower >
    I Know You Rider

    I hope you enjoy this as much as I do.

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod110510.mp3
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  4.    #44  
    What's that? Come again? You would like a big Playin' sandwich with a heapin' helpin' of Dark Star and some Morning Dew on it? Well, The Professor has us covered today. Enjoy!

    This week's Deadpod, I think, is not to be missed. not only does it have one of the greatest Dark Stars you'll ever hear, but the transition from Morning Dew back into Playin' *HAS TO BE HEARD* , then they play BROKEDOWN PALACE!

    I highly recommend this one....

    Grateful Dead
    Fox Theater, St. Louis MO
    10/18/72 - Wednesday

    set 2: [85:46]

    Playing In The Band [15:50] >
    Drums [2:45] >
    Dark Star [28:25] >
    Morning Dew [11:07] >
    Playing In The Band [5:13]
    Deal [4:29]
    The Promised Land [2:59]
    Brokedown Palace [5:34]
    One More Saturday Night [4:33]
    Casey Jones [6:51]

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod111210.mp3

    Thanks for listening and for your SUPPORT!!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  5.    #45  
    This is a little of the beaten path for some Dead Heads, but it's just Jerry being Jerrl. Enjoy! Have a Grate holiday next week!

    I suppose some might think I'm going a little far of field with this week's Deadpod but when I have the chance to play some rare jammin' Jerry I just can't resist. This show is from an early effort where Jerry joined Howard Wales (with whom Jerry was to release the 'Hooteroll' album) for a series of 14 shows from May of 1970 until this show which was Jerry's last with this lineup.

    It is a jammed out jazzy performance of some really nice improvisational music. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. I was only going to play the first set, but then thought better of it and decided to bring you the entire show. I do hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

    Jerry Garcia and Howard Wales
    Wednesday, Jan 26, 1972
    Symphony Hall, Boston, MA

    Southside Strut >
    Up From The Desert >
    One AM Approach >
    Come On Baby >
    Jam
    Outer Space Regions >
    Carry Me Back >
    Bass Solo >
    Get Funky Brother >
    A Trip To What Next >
    Would You Leave Me >
    Wales' Boogie
    Get Down Mama >
    DC 502 >
    Drums >
    DC 502
    Sweet Little Angel >
    Sweet Cocaine >
    Shine On Love >
    Fighting For Madge >
    Jam >
    Hey Bo Diddley >
    Can't Judge A Book

    - Encore -
    Gypsy Woman

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod111910.mp3

    I hope you have a WONDERFUL Thanksgiving!!

    Thanks for listening and for your SUPPORT!!*
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  6.    #46  
    I hope you all had a Grate holiday. Enjoy these acoustic grooves from The Professor.

    I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! As is the tradition around these parts, I'm bringing you some wonderful acoustic music for the holidays. This year, two of my favorites - the Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band and Old and In The Way are on tap for your post-holiday enjoyment. First off, the Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band from Broadway - Jerry Garcia, David Nelson, John Kahn, Sandy Rothman, Kenny Kosek and David Kemper.

    I *always* enjoy the sound of these guys - they're fabulous.

    Garcia On Broadway
    10/25/1987 - Late show
    Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
    New York, NY
    Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band

    01 Deep Elem Blues
    02 I'm Troubled
    03 Spike Driver Blues
    04 Blue Yodel No. 9 (Standing On The Corner)
    05 Short Life Of Trouble
    06 If I Lose
    07 I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail
    08 Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie (2)
    09 Drifting With The Tide
    10 Ragged But Right

    This clocked in at a little under an hour.. so while the holiday spirit is moving me, I decided that wasn't quite enough, so I've included a wonderful set from 'Old and In the Way'.. quite famous, from 1973...

    Old & In The Way

    Jerry Garcia-vocals, banjo
    David Grisman-vocals, mandolin
    Peter Rowan-vocals, guitar
    John Kahn-upright bass
    Vasser Clements-fiddle
    Ramblin Jack Elliot-guest vocals

    Sonoma State University, CA 11/4/73

    01. Goin To The Races
    02. Catfish John
    03. Eating Out Of Your Hand
    04. Lonesome Fiddle Blues
    05. Land Of The Navahoe
    06. Jerry's Breakdown
    07. Panama Red
    08. Pig In The Pen
    09. Fanny Hill
    10. Hobo Song
    11. Wild Horses
    12. White Dove
    13. Lonesome L.A. Cowboy
    14. Tramp On The Street
    15. All Around The Water Tank
    16. Midnight Moonlight
    17. Orange Blossom Special

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod112610.mp3

    I hope you have a wonderful Holiday Season!

    Thanks for listening and for your SUPPORT!!*
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  7.    #47  
    Maybe it is just me, but The Professor could play '72 Dead for months on end without one complaint!

    Have a Grate weekend!

    I usually try not to repeat the same year too often on the Deadpod, but I'm making an exception for this tape, which I just recently acquired. This is indeed another show from 1972, but it is so good that I wouldn't think of not sharing it with you.

    This week we'll listen to the first set, which features some wonderful clean playing and a real treasure trove of the Dead catalog. I'm particulary fond of the Bird Song, and the Cumberland Blues...but there is plenty to like in this first set:

    Grateful Dead - November 15, 1972
    Oklahoma City Music Hall - Oklahoma City, OK

    Set 1:
    Bertha
    Beat It On Down The Line
    Bird Song
    Jack Straw
    Candyman
    Big River
    Sugaree
    El Paso
    Box Of Rain
    Deal
    Cumberland Blues
    Around And Around
    China Cat Sunflower ->
    I Know You Rider

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod120310.mp3

    Be sure and check out our friends at Keely Electronics!

    Thanks for listening and for your SUPPORT!!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  8.    #48  
    For all you Playin' fans, the Professor has you covered this week! Have a Grate weekend!

    Yes its true that I played this week's 2nd set before - but I think its worth the repeat for the chance to savor this second set from November 15th, 1972...in particular the 30 minute + Playin' in the Band can really carry you off on a wonderful psychic ride. Enjoy!!!

    Grateful Dead - November 15, 1972
    Oklahoma City Music Hall - Oklahoma City, OK

    Set 2:
    Promised Land
    Ramble On Rose
    Mexicali Blues
    Brokedown Palace
    Playing In The Band
    Big Railroad Blues
    Me And Bobby McGee
    Wharf Rat
    Sugar Magnolia
    Not Fade Away ->
    Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
    Not Fade Away

    Encore:
    Johnny B. Goode

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod121010.mp3

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    Thanks for listening and for your SUPPORT!!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  9.    #49  
    I thought this set list looked a little on the bland side, but I cannot wait for Set 2. Enjoy!

    I'm a sucker for these wonderful 73 shows - this one was just recently released and I can't help but want to play for you here on the Deadpod.. while the 1st set is not as spectacular as set 2 (we will hear it soon, promise!), there's simply no excuse not to play every bit of this. I hope you agree!!



    Grateful Dead - February 21, 1973
    Assembly Hall - Champaign-Urbana, IL

    Set 1:
    Wave That Flag
    Me And My Uncle
    Brown Eyed Women
    Beat It On Down The Line
    Loser
    Looks Like Rain
    Row Jimmy
    You Ain't Woman Enough
    Box Of Rain
    Mexicali Blues
    Sugaree
    Around And Around

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod121710.mp3
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  10.    #50  
    You all have been great over these past 18 months. Be well, and be kind to to one another.

    See you, Palm Pre. on Twitpic
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
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