By John Henrikson
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A weekly dose of the best live Grateful Dead music
||Dead Show/podcast for 4/18/14||For this Good Friday edition of the Deadpod I've picked out a show from the 1991.. this was the first of what would become a regular stop in Las Vegas for the boys in the 90s. April 27th, 1991 at the Sam Boyd Silver Bowl. This is a fun first set, and I th||4/18/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 4/11/14||I think you'll really enjoy this second set from 1982... I don't know exactly what the boys were into (judging from the Raven space there must've been some tanks backstage :) but I find the entire set to be very up tempo and well played. Garcia is in fine||4/11/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 4/4/14||This week I'm bringing out a show that was requested quite a while ago.. just goes to show that you should always let me know what you hope to hear and be patient :) This is a fine show from a fine tour - the spring of 1982. This show happened to be the l||4/4/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 3/28/14||The second set of the Dead's performance at Winterland on March 18th, 1977, is often singled out because of the fact that it was the only time the band performed the 'complete' Terrapin Station, including the instrumental section labeled 'At A Siding' and||3/28/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 3/21/14||I often wait until later in the Spring to pull out a show from 1977, but the anniversary this week of this run of shows moved me to pull this beauty out of the archives and select it for our next couple of Deadpods.. This show took place back on Mar||3/21/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 3/14/14||March of 1969 was a seriously good month for the young Grateful Dead. The classic run at the Fillmore which opened the month showed us exactly how on fire these guys were at the time. I came across this little gem and was reminded of the energy and power||3/14/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 3/7/14||This week I'm bringing out a show that has been on my request list for some time, I believe the reason I hadn't played it before is probably because I only have the first set in a soundboard format - the show is certainly good enough to warrant a listen a||3/7/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 2/28/14||While this week's Deadpod may be one of the shorter 2nd sets of the year in 1973, there is still plenty to love in this week's setlist. The set opens with a wonderfully crafted Playin' in the Band, which leads into Row Jimmy and El Paso.. the Loose Lucy t||2/28/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Dead Show/podcast for 2/21/14||When Charlie Miller releases a new master reel sbd source, especially from 1973, I almost feel an obligation to get it on the Deadpod.. this is one of those occasions and it also coincides with a request I recently received from a contributor to the Dead||2/21/14||Free||View In iTunes|
what a long strange trip it's been
I LOVE the Dead Show! These one-hour broadcasts (after a brief intro by the host) that capture the Dead live in concert (forgotten words, missed cues, and all). Perhaps you have to be a Dead Head like me... I magine my delight when one week the podcast was from the one and only performance I experienced: 17 May 1974 in Vancouver. The jams and continuous flowing from one song to another are great. It is also interesting to see how songs evolve through the band's career, changing from the studio album versions. Tune in!
The Best Dead Podcast
Without a doubt the best 60 to 90 minutes every week. Sit back, dim the lights and enjoy the show... it's like being there. And remember it's free here but your support is encouraged. Go to the Professors website. Southside AdGuy
The Dead are Alive!And well I might add.
I can't believe what a find this weekly radio event is! Thanks to Dave at "Joe Beef" Restaurant in Montreal for informing me of this DEAD SHOW. My laptop thanks you too. I couldn't find these live and historic events anywhere. Thanks John.