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Best podcasts about box of rain

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GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
Infrared Roses

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 89:11


The Deadcast celebrates the 30th anniversary of 1991's “Infrared Roses,” the last original Grateful Dead album (with cover art by Jerry Garcia & track titles by Robert Hunter) & explores the band's MIDI years. Guests: Bob Bralove, David Lemieux, Steve Silberman, Doug Kaplan, Dave Harrington

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BONUS: Inside the Vault

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 80:21


We uncover the secrets of the Grateful Dead's legendary tape vault with archivist David Lemieux, from LSD alchemist Owsley Stanley to the making of the Betty Boards, from “Dick's Picks” (& Dick Latvala's own home recordings) to the 10th anniversary of “Dave's Picks.”Guests: David Lemieux, Carol Latvala, Rhoney Stanley, Starfinder Stanley, David Gans, Mike Johnson

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Dead StudiesWe examine the emergent interdisciplinary world of Dead Studies & pay a virtual visit to the annual Grateful Dead Scholars Caucus, hearing presentation excerpts from a spectrum of musicologists, historians, psychologists, and more.Guests: Rebecca Adams, Nicholas Meriwether, Brent Wood, Melvin Backstrom, Beth Carroll, Rhoney Stanley, Isaac Slone, Julie DeLong, Adam Brown, Corry Arnold

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Dead Freaks Unite

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 86:10


We give thanks to Dead Heads and use listener-submitted stories to tell to the Heads' history from the Haight-Ashbury to Shakedown Street, with Bill Walton, DeadBase founder Mike Dolgushkin, sociologist Rebecca Adams, Steve Silberman, & and many new friends.GUESTS: Bill Walton, Rebecca Adams, Steve Silberman, Mike Dolgushkin, Adam Brown

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GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

We are beyond honored to welcome former Grateful Dead vocalist Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay herself to hear the wondrous story of how she went from Alabama to the top of the charts before fate led her to San Francisco, Keith Godchaux, and the Grateful Dead.GUEST: Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay

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Listen To The River: Kiel Auditorium, October 1973

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 89:10


Listen To The River: Kiel Auditorium, October 1973The Deadcast finishes our tour of St. Louis at the Kiel Auditorium in fall 1973, featuring Warlocks-era insider Steve Brown, local heads, the return of musicologist Graeme Boone to go deep into Dead's jams, & a visit from Rich's parents. GUESTS: Sepp Donahower, Tony Dwyer, Steve Brown, Thom Pallazola, Drea Stein, John Ellis, Janne Mahan, Bill Mahan, David Lemieux, Graeme Boone

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BONUS: Bear Drops: LA ‘66

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 92:46


We explore the Grateful Dead's formative early 1966 months in Los Angeles under the patronage of Owsley Stanley, LSD chemist & the band's new sound engineer, featuring Owsley's assistants Tim Scully & Don Douglas, Merry Pranksters, Rosie McGee, & an archival interview with Owsley.GUESTS: Tim Scully, Don Douglas, Rosie McGee, Denise Kaufman, Ken Babbs, Starfinder Stanley, Hawk, David Gans

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Listen To The River: Fox Theatre, October 1972

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 93:39


Listen To The River: Fox Theatre, October 1972We go behind the scenes, into the crowd, around the specially-installed mirror ball, & inside the music at the Dead's 3 legendary 1972 shows at St. Louis's Fox Theatre with promoters Sepp Donahower & Tony Dwyer, musicologist Graeme Boone, & Dead freaks who were there. GUESTS: Tony Dwyer, Sepp Donahower, Bill Weber, Drea Stein, John Ellis, Bob Simmons, Thom Pallazola, Joe Schwab, Mark Slosberg, Starfinder Stanley, Hawk, Graeme Boone, David Lemieux

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The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 10/8/21

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 51:05


This week I decided to venture where I seldom go - with a show from the fall of 1994. While this first set is quite short, I believe as a whole this is perhaps one of the band's best from this period.  This first starts with a very nice 'Jack Straw' and the 'West LA Fadeaway' that follows is also quite good. I'm a sucker for these 'Lazy River Road' versions, even when Jerry flubs them a bit. Bob follows that with an accoustic version of 'El Paso', which he did quite often on this tour.  'Ramble on Rose' is always a big hit in the Garden, and they close this short set with Phil 'singing' 'Box of Rain'.    Grateful Dead Madison Square Garden New York , NY 10/14/94 - Friday      One      Jack Straw [5:44]    West L.A. Fadeaway [7:15]    Queen Jane Approximately [5:21]    Lazy River Road [5:42]    El Paso  [5:34]    Ramble On Rose [7:44] Box Of Rain [4:55]   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod100821.mp3    Thank you so much for your kind support of the Deadpod!  Be well my friends.   

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Listen To The River: Fox Theatre, December 1971

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 96:08


The Grateful Dead's relationship with St. Louis went deep as the new Listen To The River box set and this Deadcast prove, featuring promoter Tony Dwyer, offstage jams at Scotty's Music, and the time the Dead crashed Richie Gerber's bar mitzvah.GUESTS: Sam Cutler, Tony Dwyer, Michael Scott, Richard Gerber, Mark Slosberg, Steve Fisher, Doug Heller, David Lemieux, Joe Schwab, Tom Wood, Bob Simmons, Thom Pallazola, John Ellis

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Jagbags
The Grateful Dead: Believe It If You Need It!

Jagbags

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 135:11


Chicago actor Christopher Marcum joins Jagbags to discuss the life and legacy of the Grateful Dead. What are their best songs? What is their lasting influence? What is a Wookie? Is Corey Hart their true musical rival? And what does "help slip Frank" mean? (If you don't know, you are what the kids call a "casual", and you must "take the L".) Plus we talk MLB, particularly the White Sox, Bears and Browns, Rolling Stone Top 500, and Christopher destroys Beave with an EGREGIOUS "I Recommend"! Tune in now!!

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
Enter Keith Godchaux

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 75:32


Enter Keith GodchauxThe Deadcast opens its 4th season with one of the most unlikely but totally true stories in Grateful Dead history: how Keith & Donna Jean Godchaux approached Jerry Garcia at a bar and announced that Keith was the Dead's new keyboardist, going deep into Godchaux family history.GUESTS: Brian Godchaux, Donna Jean Godchaux MacKay, Greg Anton, Sandy Rothman

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 8/27/21

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 61:52


This week I came across a fun show from August 19, 1989 at the Greek Theater in Berkeley California. The opener is so much fun -when you listen you just know you're in for a treat. A great 'Jack Straw' follows, played just at the right tempo :)  Brent follows with 'We Can Run' - and its hard not to reflect on how little has changed.. 'Tennessee Jed' is always a good time, and Jerry really rips it up. Bobby belts out 'It's All Over Now' and then a great version of 'Loser' follows. I enjoy Weir's reading of Dylan next, and they end the set with a crowd favorite as Phil, breaks out 'Box of Rain'.    Grateful Dead Greek Theatre - University of California Berkeley, CA 8/19/89 - Saturday     One     Let the Good Times Roll [3:48] ; Jack Straw [4:59] ; We Can Run [5:09] ; Tennessee Jed [7:46] ; It's All Over Now [7:19] ; Loser [7:13] % Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again [8:44] ; Box Of Rain [4:31]   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod082721.mp3   Thanks for your support that makes the Deadpod possible!  Be well and take care my friends..   "Summer flies and August dies.... "

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The Deadcast takes a special season-closing look at Jerry Garcia's classic eponymous debut with co-producer Bob Matthews and friends, recorded during the summer of 1971 by Garcia and a small crew of close collaborators including Bill Kreutzmann and Robert Hunter.GUESTS: Bob Matthews, Steve Silberman, Joe Jupille

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Playing Dead, Part 2

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 119:22


Playing Dead, Part 2A truly all-star Deadcast examines the infinite approaches to playing Dead music, from traditional to radical, with a massive span of musicians who've played it, from jazz arrangers to indie rock heroes, from actual Dead members to Japanese cover bands.GUESTS: Bob Weir, Oteil Burbridge, Joe Russo, Peter Shapiro, Stephen Malkmus, Ira Kaplan, Steven Bernstein, Jeff Mattson, David Gans, Holly Bowling, Dave Harrington, Shu-Hey Iwasa, Jake Rabinbach, Rebecca Adams, Gary Lambert, David Lemieux

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Song Lines and Tan Lines: A Podcast for Parrotheads

This episode - one of my favorite Grateful Dead songs. Twitter: @zombiebeach Instagram: aparrotheaddad Email: songlinesandtanlines@gmail.com Podcasts: The Audible Extacy Podcast and Nightlight Tales Podcast Playlist on YouTube Music: Song Lines and Tan Lines Books and Short Stories: Amazon US Amazon UK Barnes and Noble Apple --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thedeepcuts/message

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Playing Dead, Part 1

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 75:13


The Deadcast examines how the Grateful Dead became a genre and school of music unto themselves, tracing the history of Dead covers to New Jersey in 1969, Calcutta in 1975, & beyond, featuring special appearances by Phish's Trey Anastasio & Yo La Tengo's Ira Kaplan.Guests: Trey Anastasio, Ira Kaplan, Henry Kaiser, John Zias, Sanjay Mishra, Rebecca Adams, Jeff Mattson, David Gans, Gary Lambert, Dennis McNally

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Skull & Roses 50: Closing of the Fillmore West

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 84:05


The Deadcast finishes its all-star “Skull & Roses” dive with cosmic diplomat Alan Trist, Courtenay Pollack's new tie-dye speakers, a surprise trip abroad, the closing of the Fillmore West, studio parties, explorations of the album's legendary art & infamous original name, & more.GUESTS: Alan Trist, Bob Matthews, Rosie McGee, Rick Turner, Courtenay Pollack, Stephen Barncard, Allan Arkush, David Lemieux, Nicholas G. Meriwether, Michael Parrish

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BONUS: Keys to the Rain: Celebrating Robert Hunter's 80th

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 69:51


We celebrate the 80th birthday of the late Robert Hunter, the Grateful Dead's primary lyricist, exploring his extraordinary partnership with Jerry Garcia and work with other collaborators, as well his poetry, fiction, and solo career.GUESTS: Raymond Foye, Greg Anton, Jim Lauderdale, Alex Allan, Nicholas Meriwether

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BONUS: Over There: The Dead In England

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 61:02


BONUS: Over There: The Dead in EnglandThe Grateful Dead only visited England a half-dozen times in 30 years, but the quintessential American band's relationship ran deeper than it might seem, filled with unexpected connections & fans as devoted as any Dead Heads back home, including lyric scholar Alex Allan.GUESTS: Alex Allan, Richard King, Rich Lee, John Mulvey

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 6/11/21

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 88:46


This week we bring you a fine recording of an often overlooked gem from the Summer of 1973. This comes to us from RFK Stadium in Washington DC on Saturday, June 9, 1973. This date is often overlooked in favor of the next day (which we played back in '08). On both dates, the band shared the bill with the Allman Brothers. On this very hot day, the Dead opened, and played two excellent sets.  The first set, which we'll hear this week, while not featuring any extended jams, nevertheless delivers some fantastic versions of many of their favorites. As with most shows from '73 there are too many treats to mention here, however I would advise you to listen in particular to the 'Loose Lucy'. With a flub on the last verse, Garcia leads the boys on an excellent blues flavored jam, which for me is the highlight  of the set. Phil delivers a wonderful vocal performance on 'Box of Rain' as well.   Grateful Dead RFK Stadium Washington, DC 6/9/73 - Saturday  One      The Promised Land ; Deal ; Looks Like Rain ; They Love Each Other ; Jack Straw ; Loose Lucy ; Mexicali Blues ; Row Jimmy ; El Paso ; Box Of Rain ; Sugaree ; Beat It On Down The Line ; Tennessee Jed  You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod061121.mp3  A great example of the wonders of the Wall of Sound!  thank you for your kind support of the Deadpod. itu

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Skull & Roses 50: Fillmore East Late Show

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 44:02


Skull & Roses 50: Fillmore East Late ShowThe Deadcast sticks around the Fillmore East for even more backstage stories with stage crew member Allan Arkush, including movie nights with Jerry Garcia and the guitarist's brief stint doing Hollywood sound effects. Guests: Allan Arkush, Candace Brightman, Robert Cooperman, Blair Jackson

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Skull & Roses 50: Side D

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Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 74:09


The Deadcast trucks into Bill Graham’s Fillmore East, where the Grateful Dead recorded the bulk of Skull & Roses in April 1971, featuring stage crew member Allan Arkush, tour manager Sam Cutler, & a deep dive into “Wharf Rat” with Darkside’s Dave Harrington.GUESTS: Allan Arkush, Sam Cutler, Dave Harrington, Robert Cooperman, David Lemieux, Gary Lambert

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Skull & Roses 50: Side C

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Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 84:16


Skull & Roses 50: Side CAfter special guest Judy Collins joins us to untangle the surprising origins of the Dead’s most-performed song, “Me & My Uncle,” the Deadcast wades into the oversold 3-night April 1971 Dance Marathon that became part of “Skull & Roses,” guided by tour manager Sam Cutler and friends.GUESTS: Judy Collins, Sam Cutler, Candace Brightman, Sally Mann Romano, Rick Turner, Gary Lambert, Blair Jackson

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Skull & Roses 50: Side B

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2021 74:41


Skull & Roses 50: Side BOur celebration of the Skull & Roses 50th anniversary reissue continues as we explore the “spaceship in construction” of the Grateful Dead in 1971 with Rosie McGee, luthier Rick Turner (maker of Jerry Garcia’s Peanut guitar), tie-dye pioneer Courtenay Pollack, & rare audio.GUESTS: Rosie McGee, Rick Turner, Courtenay Pollack, Bob Matthews, David Crosby, David Lemieux, Gary Lambert

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Skull & Roses 50: Side A

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2021 95:26


Skull & Roses 50: Side AWe begin our 50th anniversary celebration of 1971’s live album Skull & Roses with co-producer Bob Matthews, lighting director Candace Brightman, tour manager Sam Cutler, David Crosby, & David Freiberg, plus lost sessions, a 6-night false start, dream telepathy, song origins & more.GUESTS: Bob Matthews, Candace Brightman, David Crosby, David Frieberg, David Nelson, Sam Cutler, Stanley Krippner, Stephen Barncard, David Lemieux, Gary Lambert, Blair Jackson

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Hug the Heat, or the Story of the First Dead Tape

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 37:43


Hug the Heat, or the Story of the First Dead TapeWe wish you a merry Pranks Day with a surprise Deadcast about the first known live Grateful Dead tape, from 1966, and reveal what happens when you try to shut down an Acid Test, featuring Merry Pranksters Ken Babbs and Denise Kaufman, with additional storytelling by Jerry Garcia.GUESTS: Ken Babbs, Denise Kaufman

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American Beauty 50, Episode 10: Truckin’

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2020 92:35


The Deadcast season finale wraps up American Beauty and looks at the iconic Truckin’, the autobiographical album-closing road anthem, unpacking the band’s history from its verses, lost lyrics, and never-heard original ending.Bob Weir, Stephen Barncard, Mickey Hart, Howard Wales, Steve Silberman, David Lemieux, Gary Lambert

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BONUS: The Nedcast

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2020 94:55


A surprising and wide-ranging conversation with Ned Lagin, the pioneering jazz-trained electronic composer whose friendship with the Grateful Dead began when the band crowded into his M.I.T. dorm room to jam and would encompass contributions to American Beauty and Wake of the Flood, nearly 20 onstage appearances with the band between 1970 and 1975, and Lagin’s own Seastones project, released by Jerry Garcia’s Round Records, featuring contributions by Garcia, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, David Crosby, Grace Slick, and more.

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American Beauty 50, Episode 9: Attics Of My Life

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 95:05


Two episodes in one: we meditate on the harmony tracks and metaphysical overtones of the hymn-like Attics Of My Life, before David Crosby and Steve Silberman return for extended look at how the American Beauty sessions flowed into Croz’s masterpiece, If I Could Only Remember My Name, where Jerry Garcia and the Dead served as supporting musicians and friends.Bob Weir, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Stephen Barncard, Ira Kaplan, Steve Silberman, Erik Davis, William Tyler, Brian Kehew, David Lemieux, Gary Lambert

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American Beauty 50, Episode 8: Till The Morning Comes / To Lay Me Down

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2020 51:59


Jumping off from “Till the Morning Comes” and the outtake “To Lay Me Down” we hear from Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay on falling in love with (and to) the Dead, Bob Weir on the secret to recording Phil Lesh, Stephen Malkmus with a psychedelic book recommendation, and time travel to Winterland in October 1970.Bob Weir, Donna Jean Godchaux MacKay, Stephen Barncard, Stephen Malkmus, Billy Strings, Nick Paumgarten, David Lemieux, Gary Lambert

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Pass It Down
Ep. 27: Big Game Special: Stanford trombonist Gary Tyrrell

Pass It Down

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2020 54:45


As the trombonist who got run over by Cal’s Kevin Moen at the end of The Play--the epic, five-lateral kickoff return that decided the 1982 Big Game--Gary Tyrrell has spent decades recalling his place in football history. He does that here, expansively and hilariously, and so much more. From Stanford band transgressions to over-the-top pranks to killer Grateful Dead shows to an unmatched case of the Sunday Scaries, Gary hits all the right notes.

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American Beauty 50, Episode 7: Brokedown Palace

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2020 68:49


We examine how the Grateful Dead classic “Brokedown Palace” forms a hidden but powerful song suite with “Ripple,” the preceding song on American Beauty, with guests Bob Weir, pianist Howard Wales, longtime Dead publisher Alan Trist, historian Nicholas Meriwether, and musicologist Mike Hamad, plus a search for Pigpen’s cat.Bob Weir, Howard Wales, Alan Trist, Nicholas Meriwether, Mike Hamad, Nick Paumgarten, David Lemeiux, Gary Lambert

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BONUS: A Visit to Planet Drum with Mickey Hart

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2020 36:35


On a very special bonus episode, we check in with Mickey Hart about his latest drones and hear high tales of Grateful Dead madness, from frying bacon onstage to using firearms as percussion, plus stories about his handcrafted instrument, the Beam, and a look into the Barn, his recording “crucible” in Novato and one of the great and oft-forgotten studios of the ‘70s and ‘80s.

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American Beauty 50, Episode 6: Ripple

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2020 62:01


We examine Ripple, the timeless cosmic hymn leading off Side B of American Beauty, written during what Robert Hunter called a peak experience, and take a close look at the Dead’s very own softball team, with guests Bob Weir, David Grisman, Ned Lagin, and many more, including Ripple chorale performer Sam Cutler.Bob Weir, David Grisman, Sam Cutler, Alan Trist, Stephen Barncard, Ned Lagin, Stephen Malkmus, Steve Silberman, Nicholas Meriwether, David Lemieux, Gary Lambert, Jake Cohen

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Toma uno
Toma Uno - Medio siglo de belleza americana y muerte agradecida - 07/11/20

Toma uno

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2020 58:58


Bruce Springsteen volvió a reunir a la E Street Band para su última entrega, el álbum Letter To You, donde hace balance de sus prioridades, desde su familia, sus creencias, la política y guiños a su pasado con canciones que compuso hace casi medio siglo pero que ha retomado en el presente, como si estuviera cerrando el círculo y repasara fotos de los tiempos jóvenes en los que todo parecía mucho más brillante. No le asusta hablar de la mortalidad, como hace en “Song for Orphans", donde habla de los perdedores y de quienes buscan sus orígenes en los que ya no están, arropándose en sonoridades que recuerdan “Shelter From The Storm” de Dylan, a quien a veces recuerda en ciertos quiebros vocales. El álbum fue grabado en tan solo cinco días en su estudio casero de Nueva Jersey y cuenta con la E Street Band al completo tocando en vivo, sin overdubs. Desde la gira de 2016 no había tenido a su lado a sus compañeros de siempre. En la primavera de 2018 se editó Johnny Cash: Forever Words, un álbum con poemas y textos desconocidos hasta entonces de El Hombre de Negro a los que pusieron música y grabaron un elenco de artistas que incluían a los Jayhawks, el desaparecido Chris Cornell, Willie Nelson, Elvis Costello, Rosanne Cash, John Mellencamp y Brad Paisley, entre otros. Con la producción de John Carter Cash y Steve Berkowitz, el material se sacó de innumerables cartas manuscritas, poemas y documentos descubiertos por su hijo. Las 16 canciones que formaron parte del primitivo disco fueron grabadas principalmente en el Cash Cabin Studio de Hendersonville, en Tennessee, en los dos últimos años. Hemos dicho primitivo disco porque John Carter Cash tiene prevista una edición de lujo con la incorporación de 18 nuevas canciones que se sumarán hasta la próxima primavera en distintas "oleadas" que se sumarán a las 16 de entonces. Marty Stuart, Jamey Johnson, Ronnie Dunn, Hard Working Americans, Runaway June, Jewell, los Lumineers o Shawn Camp son algunos de los que han puesto música a los escritos de Johnny Cash. Este último, también nativo de Arkansas y un brillante compositor e instrumentista, ha elegido “I’m Comin’ Honey” para resucitar aquel legendario boom-chica-boom. El pasado verano anticipamos en TOMA UNO que el nuevo álbum de Sturgill Simpson estaría dedicado al bluegrass y ese trabajo, Cuttin ’Grass Vol. 1, ha debutado en la segunda plaza de las listas de country, situándose en la cima de las de bluegrass y Folk/Americana y dejando aún más claro que no es imprescindible formar parte de la actual industria de Nashville para tener el apoyo de los aficionados. Este trabajo ha sido publicado en el sello del artista de Kentucky, High Top Mountain. En Cuttin’ Grass Vol. 1, Sturgill Simpson ha incluido canciones de todos sus álbumes, excepto el último, y hay un par de ellas que compuso hace alrededor de 15 años. El mejor ejemplo es "I Don’t Mind", que se ha convertido en nuestro tema favorito de todo este año. En eso, además coincidimos con la mujer de Sturgill. La magia de la carretera, de los espacios abiertos y la añoranza de los buenos tiempos es el principal argumento de “Asheville Nashville Austin”, una de las grandes canciones que The Band Of Heathens han incluido en su último álbum, Stranger, que en cierta forma resume su frenética actividad en estos tiempos de pandemia y relata el temor existencial del presente. Destiny Hotel ha sido un regalo en forma de álbum que Cordovas nos hicieron llegar en pleno confinamiento, con ese equilibrio que parece calculadamente inestable entre The Band y Grateful Dead que ya dio origen hace un par de años a That Santa Fe Channel, uno de los mejores trabajos de aquella temporada. Una fusión lógica que recuerda en ocasiones a las jambands de los últimos 60 y primeros 70. Aún recordamos su visita del pasado año y esperamos un regreso para que un disco como Destiny Hotel se escuche sobre un escenario y, como sugiere “I’ma Be Me”, todos volvamos a ser nosotros. La industria musical se esfuerza cada vez más por mantener viva la mística. Es muy posible que sea debido a la carencia de la misma en estos días. 1970 fue un año clave en la carrera de Grateful Dead. A finales de aquella primavera se publicó Workingman´s Dead y ese otoño la banda lanzaba American Beauty. Medio siglo después, en un año tan raro como 2020, hemos podido celebrar esas publicaciones históricas con lujosas ediciones de su 50 aniversario en diferentes formatos. En su momento, en TOMA UNO recordamos Workingman’s Dead y hoy es el momento de deleitarnos con American Beauty, el disco más reverenciado de los californianos, convertido en trascendental para la historia de la música popular en general y, por supuesto, de la Americana en particular. El nombre "Grateful Dead" apareció escrito en un diccionario y fue sugerido por Jerry Garcia cuando los Warlocks, que era como se llamaban en sus comienzos, tuvieron que cambiar de nombre porque otra banda ya lo usaba, aunque después aquellos pasaron a ser The Velvet Underground. Grateful Dead comenzó su andadura en Palo Alto, California, y ha pasado a la historia como el grupo definitivo de la Costa Oeste. Como pieza suprema de American Beauty y canción de apertura hemos querido escuchar “Box Of Rain”, un tema que Phil Lesh quería cantarle a su padre moribundo. Robert Hunter le ayudó con la letra y escuchamos al bajista por primera vez como vocalista principal. Con Lesh como cantante solista y guitarra acústica, las armonías de Bob Weir y Jerry García en el piano, Grateful Dead contaron con dos invitados de excepción: Dave Torbert en el bajo, y David Nelson (de New Riders of the Purple Sage) con la guitarra solista. Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann y Mickey Hart grabaron American Beauty entre agosto y septiembre de 1970 en los Wally Heider Studios de San Francisco contando con la producción de Stephen Quinn Barncard. Pero también contaron con invitados tan especiales como David Nelson, Ned Lagin, Dave Torbert o Howard Wales. Con David Grisman en la mandolina y Phil Lesh como vocalista, “Friend Of The Devil” era una de las más deliciosas piezas de American Beauty, demostrando que fue cuando mejor fundieron bluegrass, rock and roll, folk y country. El 1 noviembre de hace 50 años salió al mercado American Beauty, el disco más reverenciado de Grateful Dead, el quinto álbum oficial y el segundo publicado allá por 1970, un año especialmente prolífico para la banda californiana. De los momentos más relevantes de American Beauty debemos destacar “Sugar Magnolia”, que se repartieron en su autoría el desaparecido Robert Hunter y Bob Weir, haciendo referencia a la novia de este último, Frankie Azzara. Además del álbum original remasterizado, la edición de lujo del 50 aniversario de American Beauty incluye el concierto completo e inédito grabado en directo en el Capitol Theatre de Port Chester, en el estado de Nueva York, el 18 de febrero de 1971. Publicado el primer día de noviembre de 1970 y reeditado ahora para celebrar su medio siglo, American Beauty es la más potente representación de la perspectiva filosófica de los Dead, inclinada a la meditación y a la introspección. Workingman's Dead ya había dado un giro casi radical con respecto a sus álbumes precedentes, acercándose al bluegrass y el folk que habían cautivado a Jerry García en sus inicios, con influencias de Buck Owens y Merle Haggard, los dos grandes baluartes del Bakersfield Sound. En el concierto de Port Chester se pudo escuchar esta versión de “Mama Tried”, que dio nombre al séptimo álbum de Haggard con los Strangers de 1968. Para impenitentes Deadheads, también se edita American Beauty: The Angel's Share en el que se reúnen grabaciones de estudio descubiertas recientemente con un buen número de tomas alternativas y maquetas. El disco permite ver la evolución de las canciones desde su idea inicial. Así ocurre con “Ripple”, que en sus comienzos se titulaba “Hand Me Down”. Al parecer, Robert Hunter escribió el texto en Londres en una tarde especialmente inspirada y como era habitual en aquellos tiempos, este nativo de la ciudad californiana de San Luis Obispo hacía referencia a textos sagrados, en este caso a un salmo de la Biblia. "Truckin’", fue la canción encargada de cerrar aquel álbum y hoy también lo hace con nuestro programa. Era una oda a la carretera con una visión tranquilizadora de un atasco. La voz solista de Bob Weir la convirtió en un himno para los Deadheads y para la gente de la época. American Beauty supuso la última grabación de estudio del teclista y vocalista Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, ya que en 1973, cuando la banda estaba pensando en su nuevo álbum, Wake of the Flood, murió con tan solo 27 años por complicaciones relacionadas con su consumo excesivo de alcohol. Escuchar audio

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Dead Show/podcast for 11/6/20

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2020 103:20


 Long considered a classic show, I decided to start off our November here on the Deadpod with this gem from 1972.. from November 19th in Houston Texas. While this tape does have some faults I think overall it is well worth a listen.. The band was originally scheduled to play this show with the Allman Brothers, but the tragic death of bassist Barry Oakley the prior week left them to fill the evening alone - and they more than did..  The opening 'Bertha' suffers from poor mixing but that clears up in time.. nice versions of Uncle, Sugaree and BIODTL follow but things heat up with a wonderful 'Bird Song'. A still relatively new 'Black-Throated Wind' is quite entertaining. Another highlight is one of the best versions of both 'Box of Rain' and 'Tomorrow is Forever'.. Of course the 20 minute long 'Playin' In The Band' is a highlight for any of us who enjoy the spaces the band explores..      Grateful Dead Hofheinz Pavilion - University of Houston Houston, TX 11/19/72 - Sunday     One     Bertha ; Me And My Uncle ; Sugaree [6:47] ; Beat It On Down The Line [3:02] ; Bird Song [10:44] ; Black Throated Wind [6:28] ; Don't Ease Me In [3:10] ; Mexicali Blues [3:20] ; Box Of Rain [4:40] ; Tomorrow Is Forever [5:21] ; Big River [4:07] ; China Cat Sunflower [7:04] > I Know You Rider [4:46] ; Playing In The Band [20:12] ; Casey Jones [5:48]   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod110620.mp3 Thank you for your support of the Deadpod !

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American Beauty 50, Episode 5: Candyman

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2020 73:12


With the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, we examine how “Candyman” updates an old folk meme, we welcome David Crosby to talk about the hottest session guitarist in 1970 San Francisco, Jerry Garcia; plus a cavalcade of stars.

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American Beauty 50, Episode 4: Operator

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2020 62:01


To celebrate “Operator,” the fourth song on American Beauty and the first Grateful Dead song written solely by Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, we examine his life and offer an extremely rare look into the Pigpen archives, a collection of journals, letters, and more inherited by an old family friend.Bob Weir, Jim Sullivan, Brain Kehew, Michael Parrish, David Lemieux, Gary Lambert

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American Beauty 50, Episode 3: Sugar Magnolia

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2020 41:50


We are honored to welcome the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir (!!!) for a deep look at his signature song, “Sugar Magnolia,” and the making of the Dead’s landmark American Beauty in 1970, plus surprising memories of the song from Pavement’s Stephen Malkmus and Yo La Tengo’s Ira Kaplan.Bob Weir, Rhoney Stanley, Stephen Malkmus, Ira Kaplan, David Lemeiux, Gary Lambert

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BONUS: Dead Behind / Dead Ahead

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2020 76:08


BONUS: Dead Behind / Dead AheadIn the fall of 1980, the Grateful Dead celebrated their 15th anniversary with a series of 25 special shows in San Francisco, New Orleans, and Manhattan, playing acoustic sets for the first time in a decade, along with two electric sets each night. The shows would yield the live double-albums Reckoning and Dead Set, as well as a Halloween simulcast that became the concert film Dead Ahead. We went behind this massive undertaking for a special bonus episode of the Good Ol’ Grateful Deadcast.

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American Beauty 50, Episode 2: Friend of the Devil

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2020 59:23


American Beauty 50, Episode 2: Friend of the DevilThe Grateful Dead’s most-covered song, “Friend of the Devil,” also uncovers the secret history of American Beauty, including a never-heard demo reel for the album and totally scrapped session tapes newly released as The Angel’s Share, with guests David Grisman, David Nelson, Stephan Barncard, and more.David Grisman, David Nelson, Stephen Barncard, David Lemieux, Gary Lambert, Brian Kehew, Mike Johnson

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American Beauty 50, Episode 1: Box of Rain

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2020 78:04


To celebrate the 50th anniversary remaster of the Grateful Dead’s American Beauty, we begin our track-by-track exploration of the band’s bittersweet 1970 masterpiece, powerfully embodied by opening track “Box of Rain,” featuring archival audio, and guests including co-producer Stephen Barncard and Freaks and Geeks creator Paul Feig.Stephen Barncard, David Nelson, Paul Feig, Sam Cutler, Steve Silberman, Rebecca Adams, Nick Paumgarten, Gary Lambert, David Lemieux, Andrew Peerless

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Dead Show/podcast for 8/28/20

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2020 59:10


This week we travel to the home of the celebrated jumping frogs - Calavaras county - to bring you the band's performance from August 23, 1987.  I find this to be quite an enjoyable first set as it features many songs not often broken out, including a set opening 'Box of Rain'. The 'Jack Straw' and 'West LA' are both solid and well played. 'High Time' is really a pleasant surprise but the highlight of the set, when they really let loose, is when Carlos Santana, who opened for them, joins them on stage for 'Iko Iko' and 'All Along the Watchtower'.  You can really feel them open up as Jerry and Carlos trade licks on these two standards. We'll listen to set two next week   Grateful Dead Calavaras County Fairgrounds Angel's Camp, CA 8/23/87 - Sunday     One     Box Of Rain [4:28] ; Jack Straw [5:21] ; West L.A. Fadeaway [6:33] ; Me And My Uncle [2:58] > Mexicali Blues [4:22] ; High Time [7:09] ; Walkin' Blues [4:43] % Iko Iko (1) [5:40] ; All Along The Watchtower (1) [4:40]    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod082820.mp3   work for peace and justice 

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Workingman's Dead 50, Episode 8: Casey Jones

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2020 74:57


DESCRIPTION: In our packed season finale, we explore how “Casey Jones” combined folk traditions and became an underground hit too risque for pop radio, hear a break down of the multi-track, discuss the infamous sniff and other Workingman’s Dead’s finishing touches with co-producer Bob Matthews, figure out the location and date of the cover photo, and more.GUESTS: Bob Matthews, Brian Kehew, Billy Strings, Bob Egan, Gary Lambert, David Lemieux, Michael Parrish

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Workingman's Dead 50, Episode 7: Easy Wind

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2020 41:44


DESCRIPTION: We explore how “Easy Wind” was the only song on Workingman’s Dead sung by Pigpen and the first Dead tune solely written by lyricist Robert Hunter, featuring rarely heard radio promo spots recorded by Hunter.GUESTS: Bob Matthews, Rhoney Stanley, Eric Schwartz, Gary Lambert, David Lemieux, Mike Johnson, Brian Kehew

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Workingman’s Dead 50, Episode 6: Black Peter

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2020 50:51


DESCRIPTION: With special guests Graham Nash and Rhoney Stanley, our dive into the Grateful Dead’s Workingman’s Dead examines how a mishap with an estimated $50,000 worth of LSD led to both the writing of “Black Peter,” perhaps the Grateful Dead’s most somber song, and turned Jerry Garcia into a Crosby, Stills and Nash fan.GUESTS: Rhoney Stanley, Graham Nash, Bob Matthews, Gary Lambert, Shaugn O’Donnell, Buzz Poole

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BONUS! Jerry Garcia: American Folkie

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2020 42:31


DESCRIPTION: A very Jerry bonus episode explores Jerry Garcia’s early ‘60s years in the Palo Alto folk scene and his progression from guitar strummer to banjo picker during a prodigious half-decade before going electric with the Grateful Dead, including interviews with David Nelson and Bob Matthews, both one-time members of Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions.GUESTS: David Nelson, Bob Matthews, Nicholas Meriwether, Dennis McNally

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Workingman's Dead 50, Episode 5: Cumberland Blues

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2020 52:39


DESCRIPTION: We flip sides on the Grateful Dead’s Workingman’s Dead and explore why “Cumberland Blues” is a much stranger song than it might seem, chart the transformation into the so-called Bakersfield Dead, and--in an extended interview--hear how new tour manager Sam Cutler helped the band turn themselves into a real-life workingman’s Dead during one of the most tumultuous and pivotal moments in their history.GUESTS: Sam Cutler, Shaugn O’Donnell, Bob Matthews, David Nelson, Gary Lambert, Mike Johnson

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Workingman’s Dead 50, Episode 4: New Speedway Boogie

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2020 43:13


We explore “New Speedway Boogie,” the last song on Side 1 of the Grateful Dead’s Workingman’s Dead, examining how the song grew from the disastrous 1969 free festival at Altamont headlined by the Rolling Stones, and listen to never-heard session outtakes from “Mason’s Children.” GUESTS: Bob Matthews, Sam Cutler, Gary Lambert, David Lemieux, Buzz Poole, Mike Johnson, Brian Kehew

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Workingman’s Dead 50, Episode 3: Dire Wolf

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2020 48:54


Our close listen to the Grateful Dead’s remastered Workingman’s Dead 50th anniversary edition continues with “Dire Wolf.” Album co-producer Bob Matthews reveals recording tricks. With David Nelson of the New Riders of the Purple Sage, we get a look inside Jerry Garcia’s living room as he learns how to play pedal steel guitar. We untangle the connections between “Dire Wolf,” the Zodiac Killer, and Sherlock Holmes to figure out the exact date the song was written, examine session outtakes from the Angel’s Share, hear from bluegrass phenom and Dead fan Billy Strings, discuss how “Dire Wolf” is only one of many connections between the Dead and Game of Thrones writer George RR Martin, and debut a "Dire Wolf" supercut.GUESTS: David Nelson, Bob Matthews, Billy Strings, Jeffrey Alexander, David Lemieux, Gary Lambert, Brian Kehew, Mike Johnson

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Workingman's Dead 50, Episode 2: High Time

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2020 45:06


The Grateful Dead’s masterpiece Workingman’s Dead song by song. For “High Time,” we look behind the purple door of Pacific High Recording with co-producer Bob Matthews and tour manager Sam Cutler, examine session outtakes and tape mysteries with Brian Kehew and Mike Johnson, and explore how “High Time” was a songwriting breakthrough for Jerry Garcia and his new housemate, lyricist Robert Hunter.

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GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
BONUS! Bear Drops, Episode 1: What’s With the Bear(s)?

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2020 35:31


The first of our ongoing surprise BEAR DROPS, exploring the life and legacy of Owsley Stanley, the pioneer underground LSD chemist as well as trailblazing sound engineer for the Grateful Dead. With Bear’s son Starfinder, partner Rhoney, and Hawk Semins of the Owsley Stanley Foundation, we explore Bear’s singular personality, the hi-fi origins of the Dead’s quest for sound, and how Owsley was the inspiration for two of the Dead’s most potent symbols, the skull-and-lightning bolt Steal Your Face logo and the omnipresent dancing bears, seen everywhere and beyond, most lately on Nike’s NikeSB Dunk Low Pro ‘Grateful Dead’ sneakers.

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GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
Workingman’s Dead 50, Episode 1: Uncle John’s Band

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2020 37:43


Join us for deep dig into the rich history of WORKINGMAN’S DEAD with album co-producer Bob Matthews and others, beginning with a close listen to “Uncle John’s Band,” including its surprising roots in jazz history and Macedonian choral music, a further look into the session outtakes, and the story of the real-life Uncle John.

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Toma uno
Toma uno - Falso profeta - 24/05/20

Toma uno

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2020 59:03


Hoy es día de celebraciones para que ocupen nuestros primeros minutos del programa. Bob Dylan cumple 79 años y Rosanne Cash 60. El genio de Minnesota grabó “The Times They Are A-Changin” en los Columbia Recording Studios de la ciudad de Nueva York en Octubre de 1963 y casi nadie duda de la vigencia de su texto ni de la de su autor. Dentro de poco menos de un mes, el 19 de junio, saldrá al mercado el doble Rough And Rowdy Ways, el primer álbum de canciones originales del bardo en ocho años y muy posiblemente estemos antes un disco lo suficientemente distante de todo lo que ha hecho antes con unas canciones que, aunque parezcan mentira, no tienen precedente. Tiene mucho de épico y bastante de insondable, con una profunda mirada al pasado para contextualizar el presente más cercano. Y como ya avisa su propio título, lo hace a través de maneras ásperas y ruidosas. Ahí está, por ejemplo, “False Prophet”, cuya música tiene que ver muy directamente con el tema "If Lovin' Is Believin'" que Billy "The Kid" Emerson grabó en 1954 para Sun Records. Era también un 24 de Mayo, pero en 1955 cuando nacía Rosanne Cash, la primera hija de Johnny Cash y su primera mujer, Vivian Liberto. Ahora acaba de ser distinguida con la Medalla Edward MacDowell 2021, que honra a los artistas que han hecho importantes contribuciones a la cultura estadounidense. Eso sí, la ceremonia de entrega no tendrá lugar hasta el 8 de agosto de 2021 debido al coronavirus. Hemos recordado como "Girl From The North Country", que Dylan y El Hombre de Negro grabaron juntos en Nashville pasó a ser una de las canciones básicas de esas listas de canciones esenciales que Johnny Cash entregó una vez a su hija y que debía conocer para cantar country. También hemos ido a su debut discográfico en Alemania, donde se publicó su álbum de título homónimo muy cotizado entre los coleccionistas, ya que nunca se editó en Estados Unidos. Una década después de iniciar sus aventuras sonoras, los Mastersons han publicado su disco más compacto personal gracias al apoyo en la producción de Shooter Jennings. No Time For Love Songs termina siendo un canto de esperanza tras una etapa llena se sinsabores y pérdidas de personas cercanas. La pareja ofrece un cierto optimismo ante al desánimo en canciones tan elocuentes como “Eyes Open Wide”. Cuando podría esperarse un disco desabrido por parte de Steve Earle al hablar de los mineros virginianos, asistimos a un intento personal de poner voz y hallar puntos de encuentro con aquellos que tienen una dirección diferente a la suya. Las 10 canciones que conforman Ghosts of West Virginia están grabadas junto a los Dukes con un abanico de propuestas sonoras que se abren a los sonidos de los Apalaches, las baladas camperas y el folk de los viejos cafés. Entre ellas se encuentra “If I Could See Your Face Again”, compuesta desde la perspectiva de la esposa de uno de los mineros muertos en el desastre minero de Upper Big Branch de hace 10 años, mientras mira al valle al anochecer. Para ello, Steve Earle ha dado todo el protagonismo a la impactante voz de Eleanor Whitmore en uno de los momentos más escalofriantes del disco, en cuyo último corte, el llamado Hardcore Troubadour hace referencia a la crisis de los opiáceos para amainar el dolor que en West Virginia ha supuesto la tasa de mortalidad por sobredosis más alta del país durante el pasado año. Neil Young nos lo había anticipado el año pasado y el próximo 19 de junio, dos meses después de su fecha prevista y el mismo día en que Dylan publica su nuevo disco, se hará realidad la edición de Homegrown (Never Know To Fail). El disco sale al mercado 46 años después de que empezara a grabar canciones en aquel mes de junio del 74 y no dejara de hacerlo hasta enero del año siguiente. Se trata de una docena de cortes de los que siete son inéditos y el resto han aparecido en grabaciones posteriores. En el triple Decade encontramos “Love Is A Rose” que conocimos con ese título gracias a Linda Ronstadt en 1975 para su álbum Prisoner in Disguise. Pero la melodía procede de otra canción inédita como "Dance Dance Dance", que Crazy Horse habían grabado en el 71. Neil Young tenía previsto publicar Homegrown en 1974, dos años después de Harvest, pero lo dejó guardado por el impacto emocional de su ruptura con su novia Carrie Snodgress. Dentro de aquella depresión, "Try" tiene algún rasgo de optimismo y es una de las canciones inéditas del proyecto. Además de la voz y la acústica de Neil Young, en este corte estaban Levon Helm a la batería, Ben Keith en el Steel guitar, Tim Drummond al bajo y Emmylou Harris en las armonías vocales. La industria musical se esfuerza cada vez más por mantener viva la mística y hay sellos discográficos, casi siempre independientes, muy laboriosos en las tareas de rescate de grabaciones legendarias, presentadas con un mimo que las grandes empresas no suelen dar. Acaba de ver la luz con solo 7.500 copias Anthology: The Story of the Grateful Dead, una caja de ocho álbumes repartidos en 14 discos con las grabaciones esenciales de la banda californiana. Hay cuatro LPs de estudio irremplazables (Workingman's Dead, American Beauty, Wake of the Flood y Terrapin Station) y cuatro de los álbumes en vivo más representativos del grupo (Live/Dead, Europe '72 Vol. 1, Reckoning, y Without a Net), que suponen una visión general de los 30 años de carrera de Grateful Dead. Como pieza suprema de American Beauty, hemos querido escuchar “Box Of Rain”, un tema que Phil Lesh, bajista del grupo, quería cantarle a su padre moribundo. Robert Hunter ayudó en la letra. La canadiense Kathleen Edwards decidió hace seis años abandonar definitivamente el mundo de la música y pasó a regentar el Quitters Coffee, en Stittsville, en la provincia de Ontario. Siempre caminó por las sendas del country, el folk, e incluso el pop, con tintes acústicos y una suprema elegancia. Después de aquel inesperado abandono de la música, Kathleen recibió una llamada del manager de Maren Morris en 2017. La estrella del country y miembro de las Highwomen quería que la cantautora canadiense compusiera con ella. Voló a Nashville y pasó unos días allí. Su estancia fue tan aleccionadora que decidió volver a componer y a cantar. Durante los últimos dos años ha estado conformando el álbum Total Freedom, que saldrá en agosto. Será el primero desde 2012 y es una especie de síntesis de folk rock que arropa una profunda autorreflexión de las experiencias vividas y las pruebas pasadas. “Options Open”, que hoy cierra nuestro tiempo, nos permite darle la bienvenida de nuevo. Escuchar audio

Toma uno
Toma uno - Romper la maldición - 10/05/20

Toma uno

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2020 59:03


Con su más reciente álbum, Early Morning Rain, Steve Forbert ha querido que la gente renueve su aprecio por la artesanía musical que suponen las 11 canciones seleccionadas por el artista de Mississippi, encuadradas en el folk y el rock y con una exquisita diversidad. Desde un trovador como Gordon Lightfoot, de quien ha tomado el nombre genérico del álbum, hasta Elton John, pasando por Danny O’Keefe, los Kinks o la sorpresa de escuchar “Box oF Rain” que compusieron Phil Lesh y Robert Hunter para el colosal American Beauty de Grateful Dead hace medio siglo, Steve Forbert se recrea en canciones que han sido emblema de varias generaciones. En el caso de “Box Of Rain”, los músicos elegidos por Forbert han propuesto un ritmo más acelerado que el original, recordando en ocasiones las viejas grabaciones de bandas como Poco, con el exquisito protagonismo de la guitarra y el Steel guitar. Por suerte, esta situación excepcional no ha impedido que podamos compartir nuevas propuestas sonoras de algunos de nuestros artistas favoritos de la escena de la Americana. De esta forma, Will Hoge nos regala un nuevo álbum, Tiny Little Movies, para finales del próximo mes de junio. Este trabajo tiene sonidos que recuerdan los himnos de Tom Petty, la crudeza de los Stones y la brillantez del timbre vocal de Buck Owens. Además, las letras de este nativo de Nashville siguen teniendo un poderío narrativo incalculable. "The Curse" es su adelanto. Grabado en los East Iris Studios de Music City junto a su banda de acompañamiento habitual, resalta la química que existe entre todos ellos. Lamentations ha pasado a ser la más reciente propuesta de American Aquarium. Su título está inspirado en el Libro de las Lamentaciones del Viejo Testamento y el álbum trata precisamente sobre todo aquello que nos destroza y a su vez nos prueba en nuestra fe en los demás y en nosotros mismos. Las canciones hablan de la pérdida de un ser querido, las adicciones, las separaciones, la ruina financiera o los vicios". BJ Barham envió varias maquetas de aquellas composiciones a Soother Jennings y este empezó a trabajar con ellas. La banda se reunió en Los Angeles, a la sombra de Laurel Canyon, y surgió un trabajo mucho más esperanzador y brillante de lo que se presuponía. Así ocurre, por ejemplo, en “Stars With You” con versos como "Las canciones tristes son lo único que me hace feliz". Un tema poderoso con ecos evidentes de Tom Petty. En las últimas semanas hemos ido conociendo el nuevo disco de Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Reunion, donde un tema de la categoría de "Dreamsicle" destaca sobre una altísima media. Con la guitarra acústica y el piano como rasgos fundamentales de su envoltorio sonoro, esta vez, Jason Isbell canta desde la perspectiva de un chaval de 14 años que atraviesa tiempos difíciles. Y fantasea con el futuro cuando pueda independizarse. Drive-By Truckers no han dejado de trabajar a pesar del aislamiento imprescindible debido a la pandemia, y de manera muy especial Patterson Hood, que compuso una canción como “Quarantine Together” en los primeros días de confinamiento y compartió la maqueta con el resto de la banda. Ellos grabaron su parte y David Barbe se encargó de hacer la mezcla. Es un tema de amor que propone ponerse en cuarentena juntos y, por el contrario, ser miserables solos. Todo con toques acústicos y un ambiente placentero y relajado. Hablan de su último álbum, el octavo de su carrera, como de una obra maestra del gótico sureño. Se trata de Caleb Caudle y su Better Hurry Up, un trabajo que se generó en la mítica Cash Cabin tres días después de mudarse a Nashville el pasado año desde su natal Carolina del Norte. Un artista que como él creció en las estribaciones de los Apalaches y que siempre ha tenido a Leon Russell, J.J. Cale, Little Feat o The Band como referentes, tenía que acogerse a músicos que coincidieran con sus raíces. De esta forma, en este octavo álbum de Caudle han coincidido el productor John Jackson y Elizabeth Cook, John Paul White, Courtney Marie Andrews o Gary Louris. Aquellas sesiones han resultado perfectas para que las canciones se oscurezcan, se empapen a veces de whisky y resistan un viaje por carreteras secundarias a través del corazón de su país en estos tiempos. “Front Porch” es contundente a pesar de lo sutil de su bella melodía. La capacidad de Daniel Romano para crear está por encima de toda duda y la de conformar todo ello en nuevas grabaciones supera lo esperado. Su más reciente entrega supone el cuarto álbum del artista canadiense en lo que llevamos de año 2020, todos ellos con una calidad suprema. Se trata de Content to Point the Way, grabado con The Outfit, su banda de acompañamiento, con un regreso de tintes sentimentales y decididos al country, destacando sobre una selección magnífica “Diamonds And Dogs”, con Gram Parsons y Emmylou Harris en el horizonte gracias a la intervención vocal de Julianna Riolino con una atmósfera llena de melancolía. Dentro de poco menos de un mes estará publicado Mountain Standard Time, el nuevo proyecto de Chris Roberts, uno de los más refutados miembros de la comunidad musical de Nashville, desde sus facetas de compositor, vocalista y productor. Ha sido responsable de musicales, autor de canciones de éxito, colaborador con a artistas de prestigio e incluso se ha aventurado en la creación de bandas sonoras cinematográficas. Pero el bluegrass es una de sus debilidades y para este nuevo álbum vez ha querido llevar a ese terreno canciones tan deliciosas como “Right On Time”, cuya composición ha compartido con Mike Reid. Una guitarra acústica, réplica de la legendaria Martin de Clarence White que heredó el enorme Tony Rice, mandolina y mandocello, dobro, banjo, guitarra barítono de 8 cuerdas y contrabajo... todo ello puesto en manos de Ramón Arroyo, que ha incorporado su voz, pocas veces escuchada, para rendir homenaje a John Prine con esta versión de “Paradise”, que el artista recientemente desaparecido compuso para su padre y formó parte de su álbum de debut en 1971. Ramón Arroyo, al que casi todo el mundo conoce como miembro de Los Secretos, pero que tiene una larga andadura en proyectos muy diversos, desde aquellos legendarios Flying Gallardos, pasando por multitud de colaboraciones y apariciones en directo, hasta llegar a Roadrunners junto a su gran amigo Jeff Espinoza. Ojalá que Ramón se anime definitivamente a explorar esos caminos como solista aunque, seguro, estará rodeado de todos esos amigos a los que ha acompañado tantas veces. Esta vez nuestro viaje sonoro nos lleva hasta Winchester, en Virginia, para encontrarnos con Gina Furtado, que conformó su propia aventura tras dejar a Chris Jones & The Night Drivers. Gina, que era conocida como Gina Clowes, decidió recuperar su apellido de soltera y fundó The Gina Furtado Project. Sus formas combinan el bluegrass y el swing, con su experiencia como banjista y la incorporación de su hermana, Malia Furtado al violín, Drew Matulich en la guitarra y Max Johnson al contrabajo. “The Things I Saw” tiene que ver con su infancia en las orillas del río Shenandoah. De nuevo encontramos un ambiente natural, acogedor y familiar que supone su primera grabación desde la publicación del álbum I Hope You Have a Good Life en el pasado 2019. Hace unos días, Sunny Sweeney compartía una nueva canción en sus redes sociales. Era "Poet's Prayer", grabada en Nashville y donde echa de menos a los amigos y a sus seguidores, que suelen viajar durante horas para asistir a sus conciertos y encontrar el poder en una canción. Una mujer como ella, nativa de Houston y crecida en la escena de los bares tejanos, con su gente cerca, a la que siempre tiene muy presente en sus canciones, llenas de guiños y con un toque de humor, no puede por menos que esperanzarse con volver a la carretera lo antes posible. Desde la publicación hace tres años de su álbum Trophy, no sabíamos nada nuevo de Sunny Sweeney, excepto su dúo con Randy Rogers en "Between You and Me" para el álbum Dreamer: A Tribute to Kent Finlay, editado a primeros de 2016. En su nuevo álbum Neon Cross, sin duda el mejor de su carrera, Jaime Wyatt ha logrado compartir abiertamente su verdad, con la importancia que tiene todo ello en una mujer con traumáticas experiencias personales desde muy joven. Y eso que tiene tan solo 34 años. La producción de Shooter Jennings ha dotado a este disco de la exuberancia que parecería resistirse a unos textos tan personales y llenos de altibajos como la historia de la propia Jaime Wyatt. Neon Cross es el mejor ejemplo del Outlaw country por parte de una mujer que compuso “By Your Side” tras perder a dos personas muy importantes en su vida, como su padre y su querido amigo Anthony Agosti. Es una canción sobre el dolor y, a la vez, sobre el intento de comprender y reponerse a situaciones así. Escuchar audio

Focus On The Flathead
BOX OF RAIN

Focus On The Flathead

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2020 13:15


BOX OF RAIN by Ross Strauser

Rob Cork’s Personal Stash
Grateful Dead 1973/02/22 Assembly Hall - Champaign-Urbana, IL Set 1

Rob Cork’s Personal Stash

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2020 78:55


Promised LandThey Love Each OtherEl PasoBird SongMexicali BluesDealBeer Barrel PolkaLooks Like RainTennessee JedBox Of RainPlaying In The Band

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 11/8/19

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2019 76:50


'I want to tell you how it's gonna be.....' and let me tell you this second set from November 24, 1972 in Dallas Texas is one rockin' hour + of fine Grateful Dead music. Unlike most of their four other Texas shows during this leg of the fall '72 tour there is no 'Dark Star' or 'Other One' here.. and this second set is notable for being fairly straight-ahead rock and roll. The show really gets moving with a fantastic 'Truckin' .. Jerrry really takes off here, Sugar Magnolia is no slouch either but the uniqueness of this one comes in the fine 'Not Fade Away>Going' Down the Road>Not Fade Away'. Despite Jerry breaking a string, I'm certain you'll enjoy the unique take on this combo here. Not for the faint of heart ;)        Grateful Dead Dallas Memorial Auditorium  Dallas, TX 11/24/72 - Friday Two China Cat Sunflower [5:#25] > I Know You Rider [4:42] ; Box Of Rain [4:40] ; Truckin' [12:24]  ; Ramble On Rose [6:02] ; Big River [4:13] ; Casey Jones [6:16] ; Sugar Magnolia [8:32] ; Not Fade Away [8:58] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [7:31] > Not Fade Away [5:13]   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod110819.mp3   Thank you for your support of the Deadpod!    

On The Bus Events
Robert Hunter Tribute Show

On The Bus Events

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2019 160:12


Robert Hunter Tribute show. There really are no words and totally not about me and more about all of us. Robert Hunter passed to the other side last week, there are no words other then Thank you! I will do my best to tribute him here with a few words and songs to fill the air. Text Jerry Garcia spoke about So Many Roads in an interview with Dave DiMartino in 1992; It's Hunter writing me from my point of view, you know what I mean? We've been working together for so long that he knows what I know. The song is full of references to things that have to do with me.... ....Hunter is the only guy that could do that. He can write my point of view better than I can think it, you know what I mean? So that's the kind of relationship we have. And he frequently writes tunes from my point of view that are autobiographical. There actually biographical I guess. He's the one writing them, but even so they express my point of view - and more than that they express the emotional content of my soul in a certain way that only a long-term and intimate relationship with a guy as brilliant as Hunter coughs up ... I can sing that song, feel totally comfortable with it. Robert Hunter's comments on the origins of this song in the notes in Box Of Rain: Lyrics 1965-1993 ;

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 3/15/19

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2019 111:33


A massive Deadpod this week - warning - this one is just shy of 2 hours long! While I considered splitting it in the end I'd rather eat the extra cost and give you one of these fine shows from the Spring of 1973!   This one comes to us from the Baltimore Civic Center on March 26th, 1973.   There are too many songs here to cover them all - suffice it to say there are many highlights, some of my favorite moments are: 'The Race Is On' - always love hearing this one, a sweet and sticky 'Row Jimmy', 'Brown-Eyed Women' - especially Jerry's solo here. and as always during this great year, the almost 20 minute long 'Playin' In the Band' where they really stretch it out and incorporate some innovative jazzy movements . This one is a very fine sounding recording as well...     Grateful Dead Baltimore Civic Center Baltimore, MD 3/26/73 - Monday One The Promised Land [2:52] ; Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [7:19] ; The Race Is On [2:54] ; Wave That Flag [5:20] ; Jack Straw [4:28] ; Sugaree ; Mexicali Blues ; Box Of Rain ; Row Jimmy ; Beat It On Down The Line ; Brown Eyed Women ; El Paso ; China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider ; Looks Like Rain ; Don't Ease Me In ; Playing In The Band [19:12]   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod031519.mp3

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 5/11/18

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2018 82:17


This wasn't the show I'd planned on presenting this week.. I thought oh this was too long.. but after listening to what I had prepared, and listening to this again, well, it was no choice.. so from the great year of 1973, we bring you the band's performance from May 20th, 1973 at Santa Barbra California.. Now this isn't your typical 2 1/2 hour show.. this one is going to stretch out for probably 3 weeks, as this was a *full* three set show. There are a few imperfections in the recording but overall for its age it is remarkable and I'm certain you'll enjoy it....   Grateful Dead Campus Stadium - University Of California Santa Barbara, CA 5/20/73 - Sunday One Bertha [5:39] ; Me And My Uncle [2:57] ; Box Of Rain [4:51] ; Deal [4:34] ; Looks Like Rain [6:33] ; Tennessee Jed [7:33] ; The Race Is On [2:56] ; China Cat Sunflower [6:05] > Jam [1:26] > I Know You Rider [5:14] ; Beat It On Down The Line [3:01] ; They Love Each Other [5:14] ; Playing In The Band [18:#38]   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod051118.mp3   Excuse my brevity, this one was put together under some deadline pressure... :)   thanks for your support, I couldn't bring you the Deadpod without it...  

Fílalag
Box of Rain – Sviti. Heimspeki. Fílgúdd. Hass. Paranoja. Kynlíf. Dauði. Stemning.

Fílalag

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2018


Kafloðin handabök skoppa upp og niður á hljómborði. Sýra merlast í heilahvelum. Djúpsteikingarfita hjúpar innanverð vélindu. Grateful Dead eru í hljóðverinu. Veröldin er kamelgul. Meðvitund, svefn og dauði. Allt eru þetta frændur. Loðnasti fíllinn er tekinn fyrir. Kafloðinn. Hárið er hart og mikið, liggur strítt í allar áttir. Grateful Dead er meira en hljómsveit. Það […]

Focus On The Flathead
Box Of Rain, Owner Matt Thrasher

Focus On The Flathead

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2018 14:15


Box Of Rain, Owner Matt Thrasher by Ross Strauser

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 2/16/18

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2018 110:02


This week's Deadpod features the beautiful 2nd set from February 9th, 1973 from Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA. Plenty of breakouts make this a rare and unusual set, including 'They Love Each Other' , 'Eyes of the World', 'China Doll' and 'Wave that Flag'. Some great exploratory jamming in Eyes marks a unique version that sounds unlike any other played that year. There are a few splices here and there, but I don't think they will effect your enjoyment of this fine show. Wavy Gravy does a brief political talk at the beginning of the set..    Grateful Dead Roscoe Maples Pavilion - Stanford University Palo Alto, CA 2/9/73 - Friday Two - 1:36:15 China Cat Sunflower [4:51] > I Know You Rider [5:49]%[0:45] ; Jack Straw [4:43]%[1:25] ; They Love Each Other [4:36];[0:07]%[0:09] ; Truckin' [7:#56] > Eyes Of The World [17:09] > China Doll [6:00];[0:06]%[0:08] ; Big River [4:54] % Ramble On Rose [6:23];[0:06] % Box Of Rain [5:05];[0:14] ; Wave That Flag [5:#20];[0:09]%[0:20] ; Sugar Magnolia [8:39];[0:51] ; Uncle John's Band [7:17];[0:04]%[0:33] ; Around And Around [4:46] ; Dead Air [0:27] Encore - 7:21 Casey Jones [7:21] ;   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod021618.mp3               no more children should be shot and killed. 

Brokedown Podcast/Osiris Media
011 - Ghosts of New Years' Past

Brokedown Podcast/Osiris Media

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2017 146:24


This month we take a look at a few of those New Year's Eve performances and play some choice cuts to help you close out your year. We've got the Rock & Roll, Blues, and, my personal favorite genre, Face-Melting Jams. So, polish off the egg nog and break into the bubbly, cos we're gonna party like it's 1969. Please, don't forget to follow the  >@BrokedownPod twitter account for regular news, live tweetstorms of shows as I listen, and other minutiae. We also now have an Instagram account. If you like pictures of things, you can find that here: BrokedownPod Instagram. Also, if you use iTunes, please consider posting a review as it really help get the word out. Set One  China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider (69), Next Time You See Me (69), You Win Again (71), Big Boy Pete (69), Dire Wolf (70), Mister Charlie (71), Box Of Rain (72), Jam > Black Peter (71), Uncle John’s Band (69) Set Two Sugar Magnolia* (72), Truckin’ > The Other One* > Morning Dew* (72), Sunshine Daydream* (72)   *with David Crosby

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 6/30/17

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2017 73:29


Here we are already at the end of June.. summer is flying by and for alot of people this is the start of a big 4th of July celebration.. I decided to bring you what I consider a very good show from the summer solstice of 1989 - June 21st, 1989 from the Shoreline Ampitheater. This was originally offered as a Pay Per View broadcast so some of you may have watched it. Despite playing this first set in a hot, sunny afternoon (to accommodate East Coast viewers), I think they put on a fine performance here of first set standards..    Grateful Dead Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, CA 6/21/89   One   Jam [0:47] ; Hide Away [1:39] ; Touch Of Grey [6:10] ; New Minglewood Blues [7:04] ; Ramble On Rose [6:00] ; Box Of Rain [4:47] ; Dire Wolf [#3:07] ; When I Paint My Masterpiece [5:07] ; Row Jimmy [9:55] ; Cassidy [6:20] ; Deal [10:16]   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:  http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod063017.mp3   I hope you all have a very enjoyable and safe 4th of July holiday!    Thanks for your financial support of the Deadpod! I really appreciate it.     

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 11/18/16

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2016 98:06


Here's a top-notch show from the Fall of 1972 to start off your Thanksgiving week right.. this is from 11/14/72, Oklahoma City Oklahoma.. I consider this a very well played 16 song first set.. After an opening 'Promised Land' Garcia gives us a slow, rolling 'Sugaree'.  After the 'El Paso' that follows we get 'Loser' - a personal favorite of mine and a perfect song for the western setting.. the set is full of favorites from the GD catalog.. Bertha, Tennessee Jed, and a smart China->Rider with a smoking transition. Garcia's notes lift us up as we move into that Rider. Box of Rain follows, then he band rocks it out with a quadruple serving of rocking standards - Beat It on Down the Line, a bouncy up-tempo 'Friend of the Devil', 'Around and Around' and the archetypical warning to Casey to watch his speed...     Grateful Dead Oklahoma City Music Hall Oklahoma City, OK Date11/14/72 - Tuesday One   The Promised Land [2:56] ; Sugaree [7:41] ; El Paso [4:18] ; Loser [5:#58] ; Black Throated Wind [6:52] ; Bertha [5:49] ; Mexicali Blues [3:#10] ; Tennessee Jed [7:28] ; Big River [4:16] ; China Cat Sunflower [7:09] > I Know You Rider [5:05] Box Of Rain [4:50] ; Beat It On Down The Line [3:12] Friend Of The Devil [3:26] ; Around And Around [3:#09] ; Casey Jones [6:21]   There are some occasional sonic imperfections here, and a few cuts, but I hope you find this a pleasure to listen to as you get ready for the big holiday next week.   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod111816.mp3   Be kind to yourself - Be kind to each other   I am blessed to be able to bring you this music. Thank you for making it possible my friends.  

Duncan Trussell Family Hour
Daniele Bolelli in BOX OF RAIN

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2016 76:22


Daniele Bolelli, The Drunken Taoist, History On Fire, joins the DTFH and we talk about the election and nothingness.

Dead Fantasy - Unofficial Grateful Dead Fantasy Podcast

Episode 019 - September 2015 Set 1Good Lovin'-> Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks)-> Who Do You Love-> Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks)-> Good Lovin'New Minglewood BluesTell It To MeBerthaJack StrawSamson and DelilahBlack Throated WindBrokedown PalaceChildhood's EndDays BetweenBox Of Rain-> Visions Of JohannaLost Sailor-> Saint Of CircumstanceWharf Rat

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 2/19/16

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2016 80:29


This week's Deadpod really comes from one of my favorite years for the band - 1973. This show comes from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana IL, from February 22nd, 1973. The first set starts out with a great rocking version of 'Promised Land' followed by a nice, bright version of 'They Love Each Other'. 'El Paso' follows - check out Phils' bass lines on this one, it too rocks.. Jerry brings out a fabulous 'Deal', with an excellent solo to follow. 'Looks Like Rain' follows a great 'Beer Barrel Polka' tuning. Jerry does an animated 'Tennesse Jed' and Phil follows that with a well done 'Box of Rain'. The 'Playin' in the Band' that follows lets the band spread their jazzy wings a bit and is very enjoyable to my ears.   Grateful Dead Assembly Hall - University Of Illinois Champaign-Urbana, IL 2/22/73 - Thursday One The Promised Land [3:00] ; They Love Each Other [5:19] ; El Paso [4:26] ; Bird Song [10:44] ; Mexicali Blues ; Deal ; Looks Like Rain [6:29] ; Tennessee Jed [7:41] ; Box Of Rain [4:45] ; Playin' In The Band [17:23] ;   These four songs are reported to follow but do not exist on any circulating tape: Row Jimmy [7:48] ; You Ain't Woman Enough [2:06] ; China Cat Sunflower [6:53] > I Know You Rider [4:42]     You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod021916.mp3   Thanks to those of you who make the Deadpod possible through your kind donations and support!   Love and Light.          

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Podcast - Music For People Who Are Serious About Music
Grey Masquerade - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 265

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Podcast - Music For People Who Are Serious About Music

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2015


NEW FOR AUGUST 15, 2015 Only my hairdresser really knows for sure . . Grey Masquerade - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 265 1. Touch Of Grey (live) - The Grateful Dead Buy From iTunes* 2. Ain't Wastin' Time No More (live) - Gregg Allman Buy From iTunes 3. Like A Rolling Stone (live) - Jimi Hendrix w/ B.B. King and The Paul Butterfield Blues Band Buy From iTunes* 4. Eight Miles High (live) - Roger McGuinn Buy From iTunes* 5. Box Of Rain (live) - The Grateful Dead Buy From iTunes* 6. Bring It On Home (early) - Led Zeppelin Buy From iTunes 7. Heartbreaker (live) - Jimmy Page w/ The Black Crowes 8. White Room (alt + live) - Cream Buy From iTunes* 9. I'm So Bored With The U.S.A. - The Clash Buy From iTunes* 10. Journey To The Center Of The Mind - The Ramones Buy From iTunes 11. Rattle That Lock - David Gilmour Buy From iTunes 12. This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) (live) - David Byrne Buy From iTunes* 13. Mood For A Day (live) - The Steve Howe Trio Buy From iTunes* 14. Get Back (live) - Paul McCartney w/ Brittany Howard Buy From iTunes* The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Henna kind of music played here since 2004 . . . Accept No Substitute Click to leave comments on the Facebook page. And it's Happy Birthday to my Mom, Teddy! Please wish my Mom, Teddy Bax, a very happy 88th Birthday (with where you are listening from of course) all this week of August 15 in the comment box below this post or on the Facebook page

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 7/24/15

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2015 62:06


This week I'm going to start to present the Grateful Dead's performance at the famous Watkins Glen racecourse from July 28th, 1973. Not only was this the largest rock concert attendance wise ever up to this point, it of course is most famous perhaps for the soundcheck the band did the day before the actual performance which I'm going to showcase these next 3 weeks. I think that is somewhat unfair, as this is a great show, as most are from 1973, and I think it is a fine show to use to celebrate Jerry's Birthday coming up as it does on August 1st. This first part which I'm bringing you this week starts out with a hard charging 'Bertha' - Phil is leading the pack here, followed by a great 'Beat It On Down The Line', with some very nice keyboard work by Keith. Brown-Eyed Women follows, then a very fast tempo'd Mexicali Blues. Box Of Rain is very nicely done, and "Here Comes Sunshine' showcases Jerry doing some very nice explorations. Row Jimmy and Jack Straw follow, and then an explosive Deal is where we will leave off this week's Deadpod, with more to follow in the next two weeks. Grateful Dead Grand Prix Racecourse, Watkins Glen, NY (7/28/73) set 1 - partial Bertha Beat it on Down the Line Brown Eyed Women Mexicali Blues Box of Rain Here Comes Sunshine Looks Like Rain Row Jimmy Jack Straw Deal   You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod072415.mp3   Thank you to those of you whose kind support makes the Deadpod possible!!   Good wishes to everyone!

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 10/26/12

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2012 81:39


I know that I may have featured too many shows this year from 1972 (is that possible?) but being that its the 40th anniversary of these shows I'm naturally led to take a look at them and often I'm drawn by their quality. 1972 was a wonderful year.. this week I decided to feature this show from the weekend before Halloween due principle to the fact that I really really want to play the Dark Star from set 2.. sometimes this desire to feature a particular segment or song from a show might cause me to feature some music that might not quite measure up.. I suppose that is the completest in me that prefers to feature whole shows rather than 'parts'. This week I'm playing set 1 of this show despite some sound issues with the mix - the vocals are often too low in the mix. Nevertheless the playing is first rate, as is the typically superb song selection. I hope you'll overlook the issues with the mix as I do, in anticipation of the wonderful Dark Star that awaits next week - besides this is a first rate set... :)   Grateful Dead Cleveland Public Hall 10/28/72 - Saturday SetOne: The Promised Land ; Friend Of The Devil ; Jack Straw ; China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider ; Mexicali Blues ; Box Of Rain ; Me And Bobby McGee ; Candyman ; Me And My Uncle ; Sugaree ; Playing In The Band ;   I really hope that you enjoy this one, in my mind, (and I'm probably biased as I grew up near Cleveland)  the band really played some fine music here...    You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod102612.mp3   thank you so much for your support of the Deadpod..  I really couldn't do the show without you!!!   

Rock Tale Hour
RTH 015 - "Box of Rain" by Grateful Dead

Rock Tale Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2011 16:35


The story behind "Box of Rain" by Grateful Dead

The Deadpod
Dead Show/podcast for 12/18/09

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2009 56:28


This week's Deadpod has two unusual occurances - first a show from 1986 - a year I usually find quite depressing and an audience tape to boot! I think when you give this show a listen you'll understand why I decided to ignore my prejudices and post this classic show! This one starts with a smokin' Alabama Getaway into Greatest Story.. there's a *fine* Dire Wolf and I was always a fan of Brother Esau.. the rest of the set is very well played as well, and closes with the second Box of Rain in a week after having not been played since '73.. the crowd goes predictably wild.. :)I hope you enjoy the performance..Grateful Deadthe Spectrum, Philadelphia PA3/24/86 MondayAlabama Getaway [4:33] > Greatest Story Ever Told [4:00] ; Dire Wolf [3:06] ; Little Red Rooster [7:57] ; Brown Eyed Women [4:57] ; My Brother Esau [4:36] ; Ramble On Rose [6:52] ; El Paso [5:11] ; Box Of Rain [4:59]You can listen to this week's Deadpod here:http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod121809.mp3Have a great week - as always many thanks for your kind support !

The Deadpod
Dead show/podcast for 2/1/08

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2008


This week we have a new release of a classic Dead show, this one from the start of the summer of 1973. This week we'll listen to the first set, which as you can see from the setlist below contains plenty of surprises for a first set! Besides the very unusual opening Morning Dew, it contains the last version of 'Wave that Flag' before this song morphs into US Blues. I think you'll agree that Garcia is in fine voice on this show and I'm confident you'll enjoy yourself as you listen! Grateful Dead RFK Stadium Washington, DC 6/10/73 - SundayOne Morning Dew [11:10] ; Beat It On Down The Line [3:11] ; Ramble On Rose [6:24] ; Jack Straw [3:43] ; Wave That Flag [5:37] ; Looks Like Rain [7:29] ; Box Of Rain [4:58] ; They Love Each Other [4:37] ; The Race Is On [2:56] ; Row Jimmy [9:07] ; El Paso [4:22] ; Bird Song [11:58] ; Playing In The Band [17:04]As always you can listen to the Deadpod here:http://media.libsyn.com/media/deadshow/deadpod020108.mp3

The Deadpod
Dead Show podcast for 7/27/07

The Deadpod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2007 100:55


I'm back from vacation and have a truly stellar set to bring you this week.. this one is from my favorite year, 1973, and its a really very high energy first set that I'm sure you're going to enjoy... Grateful Dead Springfield Civic Center Arena Springfield, MA3/28/73 - WednesdayOne Cumberland Blues [#1:28] ; [0:09] % Here Comes Sunshine [8:39] ; [0:09] % Mexicali Blues [3:18] ; [0:07] % Wave That Flag [5:29] ; [0:57] % Beat It On Down The Line [3:19] ; [0:18] % Loser [7:10] % Jack Straw [4:49] % Box Of Rain [4:54] ; [0:20] % They Love Each Other [5:35] ; [0:42] % El Paso [4:31] ; [0:07] % Row Jimmy [8:24] % Around And Around [4:51] ; [0:08] % Brown Eyed Women [2:59] ; [0:07] % You Ain't Woman Enough [2:59] ; [0:06] % Looks Like Rain [7:27] % China Cat Sunflower [7:12] > Jam [1:40] > I Know You Rider [3:38#]I previous played the Dark Star from this show back in 5/06... but I think this first set really deserves a listen! Thanks for your support and have a great week!