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  1.    #1  
    Courtesy of The Professor. I will repost the weekly podcast here for folks to enjoy. Also, please PM me if you have any show requests, and I will see if I can track down the same.

    I will repost the three most recent Deadpod shows so y'all can get the whole concert.

    --Dr. Lou

    Sometimes events happen that push me to pick out a show for the Deadpod that I hadn't been thinking about at all.. such happened this week - first the newest "Road Trips" Release - Nov. 15, 1971 from Austin Texas arrived in my mailbox - I don't often gush over these but this is a good one! At about the same time a series of new releases on the tape collecting scene from legendary collector Charlie Miller - including this beauty from a legendary night at the Fillmore East in New York City, April 27th 1971. While this night is best known for the second set we'll hear next week (when the boys are joined on stage by the Beach Boys) - this first set has some mighty fine playing on it - including what is arguably the best "Hard To Handle" you'll find.

    Grateful Dead
    April 27, 1971
    Fillmore East, New York City, NY

    set 1:
    1. Truckin', 10:54
    2. Mama Tried, 3:14
    3. Bertha, 6:33
    4. Things Won't Be The Same, 4:38
    5. Cumberland Blues, 6:29
    6. Bobby McGee, 6:25
    7. Loser, 6:51
    8. Hard To Handle, 9:53
    9. China > Rider, 10:44
    10. Casey Jones,6:54 (end set)

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod031910.mp3

    As always thanks for your support!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  2.    #2  
    Here is part two of the 4/27/71 Fillmore East show:


    This week's Deadpod continues with the second set of this wonderful show from the Fillmore East, April 27th, 1971.. It starts with some fine classic Dead tunes, then the boys are joined onstage by the Beach Boys! Together, they combine on some really fun songs - especially the truly poignant Okie From Muskogee" ...*

    Grateful Dead - April 27, 1971
    Fillmore East - New York, NY

    Set 2:
    Sugar Magnolia
    Deal
    Me And My Uncle
    Bird Song
    Playing In The Band
    Dire Wolf
    Searchin'
    Riot In Cell Block #9
    Good Vibrations
    I Get Around
    Help Me Rhonda
    Okie From Muskogee

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:*
    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod032610.mp3


    I hope you enjoy the show *
    We don't smoke marijuana in Muskogee;
    We don't take our trips on LSD
    We don't burn our draft cards down on Main Street;
    We like livin' right, and bein' free.

    - Merle Haggard*
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  3.    #3  
    Rounding out the 4/27/71 Filmore East show, plus some added treats from the 4/3/82 Norfolk, VA show to fill out the podcast.

    This week we get to listen to the final part of the Dead's performance on April 27th, 1971 at the Fillmore East, NYC., NY. This includes a wonderful "Sing Me Back Home" and a classic Pigpen Lovelight.. I'm sure you'll enjoy it...*
    Grateful Dead - April 27, 1971
    Fillmore East - New York, NY

    * Johnny B. Goode
    * Sing Me Back Home
    * Uncle John's Band
    * Turn On Your Lovelight

    In addition, because this didn't seem quite enough for a Deadpod , I decided to begin a set suggested by one of my wonderful listeners, 4/3/82 from Norfolk VA - we'll only get to hear the first part of set 1, but I think this is a unique show, and its fun to hear this early 80s Dead sound.. I hope you agree!*

    Grateful Dead - April 3, 1982
    Scope - Norfolk, VA

    Alabama Getaway ->
    Greatest Story Ever Told
    They Love Each Other
    Me And My Uncle ->
    Big River

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod040210.mp3

    Have a wonderful weekend my friends, as always thanks for listening and for your support.
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  4.    #4  
    Here is the balance of Set 1 of the 4/3/1982 Norfolk, VA show. Have a Grate day!

    This week we'll listen to the rest of set 1 of this classic Dead show from 1982, The Scope in Norfolk VA. In addition to an outstanding Peggy-O, the highlight of this week's show for me, is the outstanding Scarlet-> Fire - check out Bobby who is really "ON" during the transition jam... I think its quite worthwhile...

    Grateful Dead - April 3, 1982
    Scope - Norfolk, VA

    Big River
    Peggy-O ->
    C C Rider
    Bird Song
    It's All Over Now
    Althea ->
    Let It Grow
    Scarlet Begonias ->
    Fire On The Mountain

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod040910.mp3

    Thanks for picking us up and as always for your kind support of the Deadpod...
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  5.    #5  
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    Here is a Grate show from 1972. The Sing Me Back Home is definitely a must listen, especially coming off of the THIRTY-PLUS MINUTE The Other one!

    The link is to MEGAUpload, FYI.

    Grateful Dead
    09/17/72
    Civic Center, Baltimore, MD

    Source: Audience (taper Cary Wolfson) > Cass > DAT > SHN

    Extraction and SHN encoding by David Minches

    Disc 1:
    1. Promised Land
    2. Sugaree
    3. Black Throated Wind
    4. Friend of the Devil
    5. El Paso
    6. Bird Song
    7. Big River
    8. Tennessee Jed
    9. Mexicali Blues
    10. China Cat Sunflower ->
    11. I Know You Rider

    Disc 2:
    Set 1, cont.
    1. Playing in the Band
    2. Casey Jones
    Set 2:
    3. Truckin'
    4. Loser
    5. Jack Straw
    6. Mississippi Half Step
    7. Me & My Uncle

    Disc 3:
    1. He's Gone ->
    2. The Other One ->
    3. Sing Me Back Home
    4. Sugar Magnolia
    5. Uncle John's Band
    6. One More Saturday Night
    Last edited by louwiid; 06/04/2010 at 07:17 AM.
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  6.    #6  
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    Here is a Grate show from 1972. The Sing Me Back Home is definitely a must listen, especially coming off of the THIRTY-PLUS MINUTE The Other One!

    The link is to MEGAUpload, FYI.

    Grateful Dead
    09/17/72
    Civic Center, Baltimore, MD

    Source: Audience (taper Cary Wolfson) > Cass > DAT > SHN

    Extraction and SHN encoding by David Minches

    Disc 1:
    1. Promised Land
    2. Sugaree
    3. Black Throated Wind
    4. Friend of the Devil
    5. El Paso
    6. Bird Song
    7. Big River
    8. Tennessee Jed
    9. Mexicali Blues
    10. China Cat Sunflower ->
    11. I Know You Rider

    Disc 2:
    Set 1, cont.
    1. Playing in the Band
    2. Casey Jones
    Set 2:
    3. Truckin'
    4. Loser
    5. Jack Straw
    6. Mississippi Half Step
    7. Me & My Uncle

    Disc 3:
    1. He's Gone ->
    2. The Other One ->
    3. Sing Me Back Home
    4. Sugar Magnolia
    5. Uncle John's Band
    6. One More Saturday Night
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  7.    #7  
    Happy Friday, everyone! Make it a Grate day/weekend!

    This week we will hear the rest of Grateful Dead's performance at the Scope in Norfolk, VA, on April 3rd, 1982. After that interesting Scarlet -> Fire we heard to close last week's Deadpod, the band goes into a fairly long and jammy Estimated, then a nice Eyes into Brent's "Never Trust A Woman" - while this may not have been your favorite back in the day, I admit I really enjoy listening to Brent now. After the drums/space, the band goes into a nice NFA -> Stella Blue. An always welcome US Blues encore rounds out an enjoyable show.

    Grateful Dead - April 3, 1982
    Scope - Norfolk, VA

    Eyes Of The World ->
    Never Trust A Woman ->
    Drums ->
    Space ->
    Not Fade Away ->
    Stella Blue ->
    One More Saturday Night

    Encore:
    U.S. Blues

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod041610.mp3

    Thanks for listening - and if you happen to be getting some dough back from Uncle Sam, you can always share a little with the Deadpod by clicking our 'Donate' button on the top of the page
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  8.    #8  
    Here is the first of a monster two-night run at the Olympia Theater in Paris, France. Gotta love the triple-decker The Other One sandwich.

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    Grateful Dead
    5/3/72
    Olympia Theater, Paris, France

    SBD > reel > DAT > CDR > EAC > shn
    Extraction, shortening, and uploading by Mike Masse <mail@mikemasse.com>

    Some tunes from this show were used on "Europe '72."

    Disc 1
    Set 1:
    1. Bertha
    2. Me and My Uncle
    3. Mr. Charlie
    4. Sugaree
    5. Black Throated Wind
    6. Chinatown Shuffle
    7. China Cat Sunflower >
    8. I Know You Rider
    9. Beat it on Down the Line
    10. He's Gone
    11. Next Time You See Me
    12. Playing in the Band

    Disc 2
    Set 1, cont.:
    1. Tennessee Jed
    2. Good Lovin'
    3. Sing Me Back Home
    4. Casey Jones
    Set 2:
    5. Greatest Story Ever Told
    6. Ramble On Rose
    7. Hurts Me Too

    Disc 3
    Set 2, cont.:
    1. Truckin' >
    2. Jam >
    3. The Other One >
    4. Drums >
    5. The Other One >
    6. Me and Bobby McGee >
    7. The Other One >
    8. Wharf Rat

    Disc 4
    Set 2, concl.:
    1. Jack Straw
    2. Sugar Magnolia
    3. Not Fade Away
    4. Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad
    5. Not Fade Away
    6. Encore: One More Saturday Night
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  9.    #9  
    And here is night two at Olympia.

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    Grateful Dead - May 4, 1972
    Olympia Theratre - Paris, France

    Recording Info:
    SBD -> (16 Track) Master Reel -> Dat

    Transfer Info:
    Dat (Sony R500) -> SEK'D Prodif Plus ->
    Samplitude Professional v8.01 -> FLAC
    (4 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

    All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
    charliemiller87@earthlink.net
    September 6, 2006

    Notes:
    -- Thanks to Steve Rolfe for lending me his Dat
    -- 2nd Set disc changes are seamless
    -- Cut at start of Casey Jones
    -- Cut at end of Dark Star
    -- Cut in Not Fade Away
    -- Diginoise in Big Railroad Blues patched with shnid#20562
    -- Next Time You see Me is from a different source

    Set 1:
    d1t01 - Greatest Story Ever Told
    d1t02 - Deal
    d1t03 - Mr. Charlie
    d1t04 - Beat It On Down The Line
    d1t05 - Brown Eyed Women
    d1t06 - Chinatown Shuffle
    d1t07 - Playing In The Band
    d1t08 - You Win Again
    d1t09 - It Hurts Me Too
    d1t10 - He's Gone
    d1t11 - El Paso
    d1t12 - Big Railroad Blues
    d1t13 - The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion)
    d1t14 - Casey Jones

    Set 2:
    d2t01 - Good Lovin'
    d2t02 - Next Time You See Me
    d2t03 - Ramble On Rose
    d2t04 - Jack Straw
    d3t01 - Dark Star ->
    d3t02 - Drums ->
    d3t03 - Dark Star ->
    d3t04 - Sugar Magnolia
    d3t05 - Sing Me Back Home
    d3t06 - Mexicali Blues
    d3t07 - Big Boss Man
    d3t08 - Uncle John's Band
    d4t01 - Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
    d4t02 - Not Fade Away
    d4t03 - One More Saturday Night
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  10.    #10  
    Time to get into some Spring shows!

    I can usually hold off on these until May officially rolls in, but this spring has come early, and with it, my desire to sample one of these delicious shows from Spring of 1977 - this one is also from the start of the tour, but its a beauty. This first set starts off with that slow tempo many of these sets exhibit, but by the time we reach that Playin' which closes the first set - Zowie! - we're really in the zone.

    Grateful Dead
    4/22/77
    The Spectrum, Philadelphia PA

    One The Promised Land [2:01]
    Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [10:15]
    Looks Like Rain [7:45]
    Deal [6:06]
    El Paso [4:22]
    Tennessee Jed [7:47]
    Estimated Prophet [7:38]
    Peggy-O [7:45]
    Playing In The Band [21:02]

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod042310.mp3

    Glad you could pick us up this week...thanks for your support, my friends.
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  11.    #11  
    What a Grate way to close out the month of April!

    Hello Friends! this week we'll listen to the second set of this fine show from the beginning of the famous Spring of 1977 tour, in Philadelphia PA. This starts with a very nice Scarlet -> Fire, a very new combination at the time, and Jerry does an excellent job jamming out on this one. It's followed by a wonderful Samson & Delilah - love the way Bob phrases this one, then a personal favorite, Must have Been the Roses. An unusual Dancin -> Got My Mojo Workin' -> Dancin' leads into the Wheel -> Terrapin combo which closes this gem. This may not be the very best show of this tour, but it is a great listen and I hope you enjoy it!

    4/22/77 - Grateful Dead
    The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA

    Set 2:
    Scarlet Begonias ->
    Fire On The Mountain
    Samson & Delilah
    Must have Been the Roses
    Dancin' in the Streets ->
    Got My Mojo Workin' ->
    Dancin' in the Streets
    Wheel ->

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod043010.mp3

    Thanks for listening and, of course, for your kind support of the Deadpod!
    Last edited by louwiid; 04/30/2010 at 10:11 AM. Reason: Corrected set list
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  12.    #12  
    I am not a huge Brent fan, but this looks like a solid late-80s show! Have a Grate weekend!

    This week, in a nod I suppose to the new Rhino release from the Summer of '89, I decided to feature this fine show from the spring of that year. This was originally a Rex Benefit, at the Frost Ampitheater in Palo Alto CA, a fine venue that the band always seemed to enjoy playing.
    This show is no exception, the first set perhaps has a somewhat mellow tempo or vibe, but I think they display fine form on Peggy-O and They Love Each Other...the Race Is On indicates it must be Derby day . I'm not a huge West LA fan, but I am a fan of Brent's 'Just A Little Light'. I think it was always special when they did a China->Rider to close out a first set.

    Grateful Dead
    05/06/89
    Frost Amphitheatre, Stanford University Palo Alto, CA

    Set 1
    Jack Straw
    Peggy-O
    Walkin' Blues
    They Love Each Other
    The Race Is On
    West L.A. Fadeaway
    Just A Little Light
    Queen Jane Approximately
    China Cat Sunflower
    I Know You Rider

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadsh...dpod050710.mp3

    Thanks for listening - I want to remind you that I rely on your support to bring the Deadpod to you each week - if you feel you can contribute something - I'd much appreciate it
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  13.    #13  
    Here is set 2 from the 5/6/89 Palo Alto show. Have a Grate day!

    This week we have the second set from the Rex Benefit. This features a nice start, with a 'Good Times' into Hey Pocky Way, a very unusual Ship of Fools, Playin' into Eyes, and a Wharf Rat in the ballad slot. Good classic late 80s Grateful Dead.

    Grateful Dead
    Frost Ampitheater, Stanford U. Palo Alto CA 5/6/89

    Good Times
    Hey Pocky Way
    Samson And Delilah
    Ship Of Fools
    Playing In The Band >
    Eyes Of The World >
    Drums >
    Space >
    I Will Take You Home
    The Wheel >
    I Need A Miracle >
    Wharf Rat >
    Around And Around >
    Not Fade Away

    Encore: Black Muddy River

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:*
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod051410.mp3


    Thanks for listening - we always appreciate any donations to the Deadpod that you might be able to contribute - just click on the link at the top right of the blog. Thanks very much!!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  14.    #14  
    Happy Friday, everyone! As I have often said, sometimes, you just have to stand up and call for some "Piiiiiiiigggggggggggg!" An, no, I do not mean closing time at the local watering hole. Primal Dead is probably my favorite Grateful Dead era--I just love the raw, powerful sound oozing out of the speakers/earbuds. And what better venue to embody the early Dead sound than The Avalon in San Fran?!?! The Professor definitely did us a solid here.

    This week's Deadpod answers another listener request - and frankly this show is *electric*.

    If you don't dig this first set I don't know what's up...this is one of **** Latvala's favorite sets and its easy to see why he coined the term 'Primal Dead' for it...the first set is fabulous--we probably don't have everything here, but what is here exists in really wonderful quality and reflects the band as young and fully charged...in every sense. I'm sure you'll enjoy this one!

    Grateful Dead
    Avalon Ballroom
    San Francisco, CA
    10/12/68

    One

    Dark Star [14:53] >
    Saint Stephen [4:51] >
    The Eleven [9:58] >
    Death Don't Have No Mercy

    Two

    Cryptical Envelopment [#1:28] >
    Drums [0:10] >
    The Other One [7:08] >
    Cryptical Envelopment [8:30] >
    New Potato Caboose [3:28] >
    Jam [3:11] >
    Drums [1:35] >
    Jam [7:12] >
    Feedback [7:15#]


    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod052110.mp3

    I want to take a moment to thank those of you who have recently made a contribution to the Deadpod - If anyone else could do so I'd very much appreciate it. Thanks for listening my friends!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  15.    #15  
    I hope evryone has a Grate Memorial Day Weekend!

    I had a request a couple weeks back to play something for the folks suffering from the horrible floods that hit Nashville TN recently - I know there are still alot of folks there who won't have their lives together for awhile, and I thought about this 'partial' soundboard from a wonderful show the boys played there back in 1972 - in fact you can read all about this show and see some newspaper clippings and such about the show here:
    The VU Centennial Class: We, The Living, Still Salute "The Dead"

    Unfortunately we only have part of the second set, but it is a really great part! * I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

    Grateful Dead
    Vanderbilt University, Nashville TN 10/21/1972

    from set 2:*

    He's Gone
    Greatest Story Ever Told
    Bird Song
    Truckin'->
    The Other One->
    Morning Dew

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod052810.mp3

    A note of thanks to those of you who donated to the Deadpod the last couple weeks - I really appreciate your help so much! thank you!

    Enjoy the Memorial Day holiday and be safe my friends!*
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  16.    #16  
    Finally Friday after one on those LOOOOOONG "short" weeks (at least here in the U.S.!). As you know, the Brent era is not my favorite Dead era (hell, one of my friends REFUSES to listen to any Let It Grow version without Donna), but this is still a solid set courtesy of the Professor. The Spectrum was always a venue that produced some quality shows as well.

    Have a Grate day/weekend!

    This week's Deadpod results once more from a wonderful suggestion from one of our listeners - this one was for something from the Spring tour of 1983 - a great set of shows - and while this show isn't *exactly* one of the ones requested its one I quite enjoy. It starts out with a thunderous Shakedown Street and the energy throughout is quite good. I really think you'll enjoy it!

    Grateful Dead
    The Spectrum
    Philadelphia, PA
    4/26/83 (Tuesday)

    Shakedown Street [14:09]
    New Minglewood Blues [8:09]
    They Love Each Other [8:16]
    Me And My Uncle [3:24] >
    Mexicali Blues [5:09]
    Maybe You Know [4:58]
    West L.A. Fadeaway [7:31]
    My Brother Esau [5:16]
    It Must Have Been The Roses [5:22]
    Let It Grow [12:28]

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod060410.mp3

    As always thanks so much for your support!
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  17.    #17  
    This week's Deadpod was a bit shorter than usual, so I might dig up another show my my collection to help out with the Professor's efforts.

    Have a Grate Friday!


    This week we have the first part of the* second set of this very well played show from the spring tour of 1983 - this set starts with a fabulous Help-> Slip-> Frank...I really love the slipknot here and recommend that you give it a good listen...If your'e a Brent fan you'll enjoy his work on Man Smart, Woman Smarter

    I know this Deadpod is a bit shorter than usual - was running out of space this week - but we'll be back to normal next time - thanks for your patience!*

    Grateful Dead
    The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA
    4/26/83

    set 2

    Help On The Way [3:12] >
    Slipknot! [5:11] >
    Franklin's Tower [9:45] >
    Man Smart (Woman Smarter) [6:56] >
    Drums**

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod061110.mp3

    As always, my sincere thanks for your support *
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
  18.    #18  
    Here is one of my all-time favorite JGB shows. The Knockin' is so good that it is beyond words.

    Jerry Garcia Band
    January 27, 1976
    Berkley, California

    Set 1

    Catfish John (12:47)
    Tore Up Over You (08:01)
    Tough Mama (08:05)
    Who Was John (09:23)
    Mission in the Rain (06:03)
    How Sweet it is (07:35)
    The Harder They Come (14:58)
    (Total Time: 1 hr. 06 min. 52 sec.)

    Set 2

    Knockin' on Heaven's Door (14:43)
    They Love Each Other (06:38)
    A Strange Man (06:39)
    Mystery Train (11:30)
    Tomorrow Is Forever (07:22)
    Road Runner (10:20)
    The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (10:25)
    (Total Time: 1 hr. 07 min. 37 sec.)

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    Here is the balance of the second set of the 4/26/83 show from the Spectrum in Philly. The Professor also threw us a couple of L.O.M. goodies! Have a Grate Day!

    This week we will hear the rest of the second set from the 4/26/83 show at the Spectrum in Philadelphia PA. I personally enjoyed listening to this as I find the Truckin' -> Morning Dew very well played and while many of us tired of Throwin' Stones -> Not Fade Away it did have its own charm and power. I hope you enjoy this one!

    Grateful Dead
    The Spectrum
    Philadelphia, PA
    4/26/83

    from set 2:

    Space ->
    Truckin' ->
    Morning Dew->
    Throwing Stones->
    Not Fade Away

    E: U.S. Blues

    I've also included a couple very nice pieces from Legion of Mary - this from the Great American Music Hall on 12/15/74 --

    The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
    Valdez In The Country (Bossa Martin)

    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:
    http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod061810.mp3.

    I hope you enjoy this week's Deadpod, and thanks to those of you who have supported us!!! Be well my friends and enjoy the SUMMER
    "Honest to the point of recklessness; self-centered in the extreme."
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