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The Deadpod

By John Henrikson

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A weekly dose of the best live Grateful Dead music

Customer Reviews

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.