Grateful Dead

Grateful Dead Hour no. 1272

Grateful Dead Hour by David Gans

Week of February 4, 2013

Second of two programs featuring some unreleased music recorded June 28, 1969 in Santa Rosa, California, plus a song from Phil Lesh's appearance with the Dark Star Orchestra at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco October 13, 2012. Phil played the entire first set with DSO, and you can download it or stream for free here.

Enjoy!

Grateful Dead 6/28/69 Veterans Auditorium, Santa Rosa CA
KING BEE
SITTIN' ON TOP OF THE WORLD
TURN ON YOUR LOVELIGHT

Dark Star Orchestra with Phil Lesh 10/13/12 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco
HERE COMES SUNSHINE

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i'm saving for some new speakers....

because i'm planning on damage this week. these 3 gems from '69 are OUTSTANDING!!!!!! pigpen is smellin' fiiiinnnnnne!!! many, many thanks david.

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Son,
Get your hands out your pockets...

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Jumped in the repeat
found more than music
it's always best like that
that's what it's always
been tho-

Beautiful is the
excellence in
the GDH no.1272
I am grateful, xo.

Pre-show takes off
in a Lovelight splendor...
and-
with the sun coming in
the front windows the
jam is as strikingly
essential as time on
clock.

I just finished ironing,
a paper tells the tale
of the other things this
day must attend.

Still, the speakers are
rocking and yes, it healed
me in countless ways.

Thank you ever-so-much.
As broken as I am I need
awesome music presented
and played to keep me going.
I have surely always had that
gift as a fan of the Grateful Dead.
This...Our...Music is Love and
always much, much, more, xo.

We have more, undoubtedly.
And that fact, is indeed, to me...
unchangeable. To be sure... it is
that way with me. Doctors are
not just people with scapels...
some have guitars and such.

Johnny had a fiddle.

The music played the day...

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