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a weekly hour of the best live Grateful Dead music

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Dead Show/podcast for 2/23/24

2/23/2024
A wonderful set of classic Grateful Dead awaits your listening pleasure on this week's Deadpod as we visit the second set from their performance on February 15, 1973 in Madison Wisconsin. The opening 'Here Comes Sunshine' foretells a special night as the band warms up with some fine renditions of several favorites leading into the real treat - a special 'Dark Star'. This version features some extra-special Phil Lesh contributions which foretell a lovely 'Eyes of the World'. The band paints a beautiful portrait here which then turns into a sweet soulful 'China Doll'. Things ramp up from there with versions of 'Promised Land' and 'Sugaree' before a set closing 'Sugar Magnolia. They return for double encore, of which we only have on this tape the fine 'Uncle John's Band'. Grateful Dead Dane County Coliseum Madison, WI 2/15/1973 Two - 1:31:04 Here Comes Sunshine [9:32] ; El Paso [4:20] ; You Ain't Woman Enough [3:26] ; They Love Each Other [4:46] ; Big River [4:19] ; Dark Star [19:15] > Eyes Of The World [19:09] > China Doll [7:03] ; The Promised Land [2:58] ; Sugaree [7:08] ; Sugar Magnolia [9:08] Encore - 6:58 Uncle John's Band [6:58] ; One More Saturday Night (missing) You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod022324.mp3 Many thanks for your support of the Deadpod. Be well my friends.

Duration:01:33:17

Dead Show/podcast for 2/16/24

2/16/2024
This week the Deadpod goes back 51 years to February 15, 1973 when the Grateful Dead played a massive show in Madison Wisconsin. this first set clocks in at about 100 minute... it starts with a song they debuted about a week earlier 'Loose Lucy'. They are still warming up when they then 'Beat It On Down The Line'. Several favorites follow, but things really get rolling with a fine, up tempo 'Row Jimmy'. The highlights of the set follow, with a wonderful 'China Cat >I Know You Rider' and a jamming 'Playing In The Band'. Bobby really steps it up in the last third of this first set.. Grateful Dead Dane County Coliseum Madison, WI 2/15/1973 passes & laminates One - 1:40:00 Loose Lucy [6:34][0:46] Beat It On Down The Line [3:27][0:08]%[0:27] Brown Eyed Women [4:56][0:05]%[0:06] Mexicali Blues [3:27][0:09]%[0:06] Tennessee Jed [7:53][0:07]%[0:12] Looks Like Rain [6:30] Box Of Rain [4:50] Row Jimmy [7:49] Jack Straw [4:45] China Cat Sunflower [5:58] > I Know You Rider [5:35] Me And My Uncle [2:46] Bertha [5:18] Playing In The Band [15:36] Casey Jones [6:41] You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod021624.mp3 I hope you enjoy this week's Deadpod.. thanks for listening and your support..

Duration:01:37:03

Dead Show/podcast for 2/12/24

2/9/2024
An unusual second set setlist and an unusual guest highlight this week's Deadpod from February 12, 1989 in Los Angeles. Following an opening 'Iko, Iko', Bob breaks out 'Monkey and the Engineer' for the final time, although it sounds a bit different than in the past due to Bob's different timing of the verses. 'Alabama Getaway' follows, another unusual second set choice, then again, 'Dire Wolf', if with a bit of a ragged chorus.A nice version of 'Cassidy' follows, then 'Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again' - with Dylan adding some vocals when Bobby 'forgets' in the middle of the song.. An interesting 'Other One' follows post-drums, with a Kodo drummer adding some intensity, but it is a bit shorter than usual.. 'Stella Blue' follows and flows into a set closing 'Foolish Heart'. A nice double encore follows, with Dylan taking the vocals for 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door'.. Grateful Dead Great Western Forum Inglewood, CA 2/12/1989 - Sunday Two Iko Iko** ; Monkey And The Engineer** ; Alabama Getaway** ; Dire Wolf** ; Cassidy** ; Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again** ; Drums > Space > The Other One*** > Stella Blue > Foolish Heart Encore Not Fade Away** ; Knockin' On Heaven's Door** * with Spencer Davis ** with Bob Dylan (guitar,vocals on Memphis Blues, Heaven's Door; guitar only on the others) *** with Kodo drummer You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod020924.mp3 Thank you for your kind support.

Duration:01:38:22

Dead Show/podcast for 2/2/24

2/2/2024
This week's Deadpod takes us to L.A., where the Dead are joined by some special guests for a unique performance back on February 12, 1989. This first set has a nice 'Cold Rain and Snow' opener, followed shortly by 'Hell In A Bucket'. 'Row Jimmy' follows with a nice dreamy tempo. An unusually placed 'Beat It On Down the Line' goes nicely into 'The Promised Land'. After a 'West L.A. Fadeaway', Spence Davis joins the band for a spirited 'How Long Blues' and a nice set-closing 'Gimme Some Lovin'.. Grateful Dead Great Western Forum Inglewood, CA 2/12/1989 - Sunday Set 1: Cold Rain & Snow Hell In A Bucket Row Jimmy Beat It On Down The Line > The Promised Land West L.A. Fadeaway How Long Blues * Gimme Some Lovin' * *w/Spencer Davis You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod020224.mp3 hoping for a little Sunshine here ;) thanks for your kind support !

Duration:00:58:08

Dead Show/podcast for 1/26/24

1/26/2024
This week's Deadpod features a historic performance - it occurred on the night the band was 'busted down in New Orleans' - January 30, 1970 at The Warehouse in New Orleans, Louisiana. Also historic as it was the last show that Tom Constantin played in the Dead.. but aside from that this is a fine show and I think you'll enjoy hearing this very good tape.. The tape is missing part of the opening Casey Jones, nevertheless good vibes here and on the following 'Me & My Uncle'.. 'Black Peter' is wonderful.. I also think the 'High Time in this set is absolutely perfect. 'Cumberland Blues' is hot.. hotter than you think that song should be ;) and is there a better song to pull out here than 'Easy Wind'? The 'Cryptical Envelopment>Other One>Cryptical' is hard driving Dead! They do a sweet transition into 'Cosmic Charlie' - sadly this one is cut as well... . Grateful Dead The Warehouse New Orleans, LA 1/30/1970 - Friday One - 1:33:00 Casey Jones [#1:27][0:47] Me And My Uncle [3:09][0:29] Black Peter [9:51][0:15] Hard To Handle [5:26][0:05]%[0:07] China Cat Sunflower [3:13] > Jam [2:34] > I Know You Rider [4:19] > High Time [6:25][0:15] Cumberland Blues [6:21][0:04]%[0:03] Easy Wind [10:13][0:12]%[0:10] Mama Tried [2:36] > Good Lovin' [1:49] > Drums [0:40] > Good Lovin' [5:26][0:16] Cryptical Envelopment [2:17] > Drums [5:22] > The Other One [9:41] > Cryptical Envelopment [9:10] > Cosmic Charlie [0:34#] You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod012624.mp3 Thank you for your kind support! The days are getting brighter!

Duration:01:34:44

Dead Show/podcast for 1/19/24

1/19/2024
Here is the second set from the Grateful Dead's performance at the Oakland Coliseum Arena on January 25, 1993. They start with a nice uptempo 'China Cat Sunflower->I Know Your Rider', which gets things off to a very good start. Sadly that tempo is halted with the following 'Way To Go Home'. They then go into another new tune at the time 'Corrina' which however has the virtue of providing an interesting transition into a 'Playin' In the Band' reprise (they had played Playin' the night before). Drums and Space are quite good, as was standard in latter day Dead, and lead quite interestingly into a powerful 'All Along the Watchtower'. Jerry brings out August West the 'Wharf Rat' and they then finish the set with a jazzy 'Around and Around'. Phil does an excellent 'Box of Rain' encore. Grateful Dead Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena Oakland, CA 1/25/1993 - Monday Two China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider ; Way To Go Home > Corrina > Playing In The Band Reprise > Uncle John's Band > Drums > Space > All Along The Watchtower > Wharf Rat >Around And Around Encore Box Of Rain You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod011924.mp3 Thanks for listening and for your kind support!

Duration:01:56:41

Dead Show/podcast for 1/12/24

1/12/2024
This week's Deadpod features a nice later day show from January 25, 1993 at the Oakland Coliseum Arena. This one opens with a fine 'Shakedown Street' - always a good omen, and I think the rest of the set is quite nicely played as well. 'The Same Thing' makes an appearance, as does a relatively rare 'Loose Lucy'. One of the highlights has to be a wonderful version of 'Maggie's Farm' - I always enjoyed the band's harmonies on this one. They close this rather short first set (common for this time period) with a nice 'Music Never Stopped'. Grateful Dead Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena Oakland, CA 1/25/1993 - Monday One Shakedown Street The Same Thing Althea Mama Tried > Maggie's Farm Loose Lucy The Music Never Stopped You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod011224.mp3 I hope this finds you and yours safe from the weather, healthy and happy! thanks as always for your kind support of the Deadpod.

Duration:01:00:58

Dead Show/podcast for 1/5/24

1/5/2024
This week's Deadpod returns for the second set of the band's performance at the Oakland Coliseum Arena on December 27th, 1989. Clarence Clemmons makes a surprise appearance on the opening Iko, Iko and adds a great touch here as the band gets the crowd wound up for what is a fine second set. A spacey 'Playin' In the Band' follows - with some extraterrestrial exploration before going into a lovely 'Crazy Fingers'. 'Uncle John's Band' caps off the pre-drums set. The post-drums is highlighted by a truly wonderful 'Morning Dew'.. there was an issue with Jerry's sound at the end but that really doesn't detract from what is a great version. The boys then surprise the crowd with a double encore -'Johnny B. Goode' and 'Black Muddy River'.. Grateful Dead 1989-12-27 Oakland Coliseum Arena - Oakland, CA Two Iko Iko [7:43] Playing In The Band [13:11] > Crazy Fingers [8:22] > Uncle John's Band [8:40] > Drums [11:#05] > Space [8:20] > The Wheel [5:01] > I Need A Miracle [3:49] > Morning Dew [11:41] Encore Johnny B. Goode [3:49] Black Muddy River [5:55] You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod010524.mp3 I hope your New Year has started out great! thank you for your kind support.

Duration:01:34:47

Dead Show/podcast for 12/29/23

12/29/2023
We're going to closeout our Deadpods for 2023, with this beauty from the New Years Eve run of 1989 .. this one is from December 27, 1989 at the Oakland Coliseum Arena. This first set has some great rocking going on, as is evident from the opening 'Cold Rain and Snow' and 'Greatest Story Ever Told'. Brent supplies 'Never Trust a Woman' aka 'Good Time Blues'. then we have a fine 'Althea' before a rockin' 'Uncle>Big River'. The crowd gets it's wish as Phil then sings 'Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues'. A fine 'Bird Song' follows before a tight 'Promised Land' closes set 1. Grateful Dead 1989-12-27 Oakland Coliseum Arena - Oakland, CA Set 1: Cold Rain & Snow Greatest Story Ever Told Never Trust A Woman Althea Me & My Uncle > Big River Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Bird Song > The Promised Land You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod122923.mp3 Have a safe and happy New Year! Peace.

Duration:00:58:23

Dead Show/podcast for 12/22/23

12/22/2023
This week's Deadpod features the conclusion of the band's performance at McNichols Arena in Denver Colorado on December 14, 1990. This is a fine, professional performance... starts out with a relatively new song, 'Victim or the Crime', then flows into an uptempo 'Foolish Heart', then 'Man Smart, Woman Smarter'.. The He's Gone that follows flows nicely into a particularly interesting Drums and Space.. then into a reprise of the opening night's 'Dark Star'. The boys flow into a rousing version of 'I Need a Miracle' - assisted by the crowd.. 'Wharf Rat' follows before the set closing 'Turn On Your Lovelight'.. A beautiful 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door' closes the set and the run... Grateful Dead McNichols Arena Denver, CO 12/14/1990 - Friday Two Victim Or The Crime > Foolish Heart > Man Smart, Woman Smarter ; He's Gone > Drums > Space > Dark Star > I Need A Miracle > Wharf Rat > Turn On Your Love Light Encore Knockin' On Heaven's Door You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod122223.mp3 Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays..

Duration:01:39:47

Dead Show/podcast for 12/15/23

12/15/2023
From what I think is the last strongest year of the Grateful Dead, this week's Deadpod comes to us from Denver Colorado on December 14, 1990. This was the last show of a three show run at the old McNichols Arena there, and is a fine culmination of what was a very strong run (you can go back in the Deadpod archives to hear the previous two shows). There is no Bruce Hornsby this evening, and Vince stands out throughout - most of the time in a good way I think. The opening Shakedown is quite nice - long and bouncy.. 'Picasso Moon' - a song withe some of the perhaps silliest lyrics ever - is better here than earlier in the year. The 'Peggy-O' that follows is quite sweet and I actually think the 'Little Red Rooster' here is one of their better versions of this one. The highlight in this set has to be the fine soulful 'To Lay Me Down' - not played often, but done with great emotion here. The transition into a great version of 'Let It Grow' leaves the audience excited for what is to come in set 2.. Grateful Dead McNichols Arena Denver, CO 12/14/1990 - Friday Tuning Shakedown Street Picasso Moon Peggy-O Little Red Rooster Stagger Lee When I Paint My Masterpiece To Lay Me Down> Let It Grow You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod121523.mp3 As we near the end of 2023, thank you for your support which keeps the Deadpod rolling...

Duration:01:12:38

Dead Show/podcast for 12/8/23

12/8/2023
This week we conclude our presentation of the band's performance at the Warfield in San Francisco back on September 26,1980. This third set starts with Scarlet>Fire and while it is a worthwhile listen the real fire breaks out on the 'Estimated Prophet' that follows.. some great Garcia/Weir interplay and the entire band is cooking here. The 'Eyes of the World' that follows is a bit fast for my taste, but certainly has some sparkling runs. Drums/Space leads out into a fine 'Not Fade Away' - plenty of Brent adds lots of power here. They lead out quietly into 'Black Peter'... Sugar Mag ends the set and there is a fine 'Brokedown' encore, which Jerry restarts, probably due to his voice being a bit rough by now.. :) A thoroughly enjoyable set, hope you enjoy it as well.. Grateful Dead Warfield Theatre San Francisco, CA 9/26/1980 - Friday Three Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain Estimated Prophet > Eyes Of The World > Drums > Space > Not Fade Away > Black Peter > Sugar Magnolia Encore Brokedown Palace You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod120823.mp3 Keep the light on...

Duration:01:19:59

Dead Show/podcast for 12/1/23

12/1/2023
Because I didn't want to orphan the rest of this show, and because it is a fine recording and a good show, I'm going to bring you the rest of the performance we started last week from the Warfield Theater in San Francisco on September 26,1980. This is a fine electric set, with many classic numbers, if not a huge amount of jamming. The opening 'Feel Like a Stranger' features some interesting Brent additions. All of these songs are well played, if a bit safely - I think this was being recorded for what would become 'Dead Set' although none of these were included. Highlights for me here are the closing Tennesee Jed>Sailor>Saint, although there are no dogs here. Grateful Dead Warfield Theatre San Francisco, CA 9/26/1980 - Friday\ Two Feel Like A Stranger Sugaree Me And My Uncle > Big River Peggy-O New Minglewood Blues Candyman Looks Like Rain Tennessee Jed > Lost Sailor > Saint Of Circumstance You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod120123.mp3 Thank you for your support of the Deadpod!

Duration:01:16:49

Dead Show/podcast for 11/23/23

11/23/2023
Happy Thanksgiving! As always here on the Deadpod, I'm publishing this holiday edition on Thanksgiving day for you to enjoy sometime during your festivities, if you like. As is also the tradition on the Deadpod, this is an acoustic show, and I've managed to find a really beautiful acoustic set for this year, coming to us from September 26, 1980 at the Warfield in San Francisco. This one starts with the first 'To Lay Me Down' since 10/19/74, and the first 'On the Road Again' since 12/1/66! These versions are really wonderful, including the very first acoustic 'Cassidy' and a soulful 'China Doll' into 'Ripple'. Grateful Dead Warfield Theatre San Francisco, CA 9/26/1980 - Friday Acoustic To Lay Me Down On The Road Again I've Been All Around This World Dark Hollow Rosalie McFall Bird Song Cassidy China Doll > Ripple You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod112323.mp3 Let me take this chance to tell you how thankful I am for the chance to bring you this music each week. Thank you for your support, your kind words, suggestions and encouragement. May this find you with loads to be thankful for, surrounded by those you love.

Duration:00:45:46

Dead Show/podcast for 11/17/23

11/17/2023
This week the Deadpod travels to the East Coast for a show that took place around 2 months after last week's show. This is the early show from the Fillmore East in NYC on January 2, 1970. This is quite a nice tape, don't let the few seconds at the beginning fool you. The 'Mason's Children' opener is a good representation of this somewhat odd song. 'Black Peter' is quite extended, much more than usual for this song. 'Hard to Handle' is explosive as usual. The boys really hit their stride here with the 'Cryptical Envelopment>Drums>Other One'. I quite enjoy the 'Cosmic Charlie' that follows but that's a tune I thought they never played often enough :) I hope you enjoy it.. Grateful Dead Fillmore East New York, NY 1/2/1970 - Friday Early - 59:51:00 Intro (1) [1:05] > Mason's Children [6:09][1:34] Casey Jones [4:17][0:12] Black Peter [10:41][1:18] Mama Tried [2:32] > Hard To Handle [4:43][0:15] Cumberland Blues [5:33][0:16] Cryptical Envelopment [1:57] > Drums [3:53] > The Other One [10:34] > Cryptical Envelopment [2:04] > Cosmic Charlie [6:46#] You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod111723.mp3 Thanks for your kind support, we couldn't bring you the Deadpod without your help.

Duration:01:04:29

Dead Show/podcast for 11/10/23

11/10/2023
This week's Deadpod contains part two of the band's performance at the Fillmore in San Francisco on November 7, 1969. Hyper-energetic, this one contains loads of frantic jamming and amazing soaring guitar work by Garcia and Lesh. After a fairly short China>Rider, they go into a deep exploration with 'Dark Star' which goes into an unusual 'Uncle John's Jam', then back out with Lesh leading the charge into 'The Other One'. The highlight, for me, is the wonderful closing number, Pigpen in all his glory on a great 'Lovelight' rap. Grateful Dead Fillmore Auditorium San Francisco, CA 11/7/1969 - Friday Part Two China Cat Sunflower [2:56] > Jam [2:30] > I Know You Rider [3:21] > Dark Star [18:33] > Uncle John's Jam [1:45#] > Dark Star [#5:47] > Cryptical Envelopment [1:46] > Drums [4:56] > The Other One [9:54] > Turn On Your Love Light [17:22#] You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod111023.mp3 Thanks for your kind support! and.. Leave It On! :)

Duration:01:19:17

Dead Show/podcast for 11/3/23

11/3/2023
For this week's Deadpod we go back to 1969 for a show at the Fillmore in San Francisco that took place on November 7, 1969. I'm going to play this music in two parts, although it is unclear whether there were really one set or two.. part one opens with a powerful 'Morning Dew' - Jerry really brings it at the end of this one! Pigpen follows with a classic 'Hard To Handle' - so great to listen to the Pig bring it on this one! 'Casey Jones' follows then a couple of Bobby's ditty's 'Mama Tried' and 'Me & My Uncle' - they all sound great on this early soundboard! There follows some general hilarity with someone in the audience playing the 'Star Spangled Banner' on a flute and several short tunings.. following a nice 'Cold Rain and Snow' we are treated to dual harmonies from Garcia and Pigpen on 'Next Time You See Me'. They slow it down a bit on a soulful 'High Time' before we close this first part with some classic Pigpen on 'Good Lovin'. Grateful Dead Fillmore Auditorium San Francisco, CA 11/7/1969 - Friday Part One Morning Dew Hard To Handle Casey Jones Mama Tried Me & My Uncle Tuning (Multiple Ditties) Cold Rain & Snow Next Time You See Me High Time Good Lovin' You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod110323.mp3 "Tomorrow come trouble, tomorrow come pain, Now don't think too hard Baby, 'cause I know what I'm saying."

Duration:01:09:10

Dead Show/podcast for 10/27/23

10/27/2023
This week's Deadpod features the second set from the Fabulous Fox Theater in Atlanta Georgia on October 29, 1985. They come out strong with a fine version of 'Mississippi Half-Step' into 'Franklin's Tower' - lots of energy and interplay here, and the first Franklin's not out of Slipknot since '83. . This then goes into a very good 'Sailor>Saint' .. one of the last five times they would ever play this combo, ever. A lovely 'Crazy Fingers' follows, although Jer gets lost in the lyrics, its a lovely transition into Drums.. 'The Wheel' comes out of Space in a swirl of sound, and Phil is bombing on 'The Other One' that follows.. after 'Wharf Rat' they close the set with 'Johnny B. Goode' which hadn't had this slot since December 81.. Grateful Dead Fox Theatre Atlanta, GA 10/29/1985 - Tuesday Two Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo > Franklin's Tower > Lost Sailor > Saint Of Circumstance Crazy Fingers > Drums > Space > The Wheel > The Other One > Wharf Rat > Johnny B. Goode Encore Brokedown Palace You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod102723.mp3 Have a safe and happy Halloween!! thank you for your support!

Duration:01:29:21

Dead Show/podcast for 10/20/23

10/20/2023
This week's Deadpod takes us to the Fabulous Fox theater in Atlana Georgia for the boy's performance on October 29, 1985. We have an energetic first set, out of the gate with a fine 'Feel Like a Stranger', the 'Friend of the Devil' that follows is very good, Jerry is in excellent voice for this period, much better than many nights during '85. I love how Brent sounds here, personally. I quite enjoyed all of these renditions, and while this is a short first set (some say caused by technical difficulties) it is still a nice set to enjoy on a crisp Autumn afternoon.. I hope you enjoy it. Grateful Dead Fox Theatre Atlanta, GA 10/29/1985 - Tuesday One Feel Like A Stranger Friend Of The Devil New Minglewood Blues Bird Song Hell In A Bucket Deal You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod102023.mp3 thank you for your support.

Duration:00:55:06

Dead Show/podcast for 10/13/23

10/13/2023
It's Friday the 13th, but I hope you'll feel lucky to listen to this fine second set from October 18, 1978. The second night of the 'From Egypt with Love' run at Winterland, this set features some very strong Drums and Space, highlighted by a guest appearance from Lee Oskar, giving it a decided Egyptian feel. While Jerry flubs the lyrics to 'Terrapin Station' a fine 'Samson and Delilah' more than makes up for it. The show also has a rare set-ending 'Truckin' which is first rate. I hope you enjoy it.. Grateful Dead Winterland Arena San Francisco, CA 10/18/1978 - Wednesday Two Bertha [7:13] > Good Lovin' [6:05] From The Heart Of Me [3:48] Ship Of Fools [6:36] Samson And Delilah [8:19] Terrapin Station [12:06] > Playing In The Band [10:#49] > Drums (1) [9:30] > Space (1) [5:58] > Wharf Rat [11:#33] > Truckin' [11:21] Encore I Need A Miracle [4:20#] Comments (1) with Lee Oskar on harmonica, appears at 4:48 into drums. You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod101323.mp3 Thank you for your support of the Deadpod, which has allowed us to continue to present these shows every week for the last 17 years! Happy Anniversary Deadpod!

Duration:01:48:11