Grateful Dead Hour no. 319
By David Gans
Week of October 31, 1994
Conclusion of the two part interview with Steve Silberman and David Shenk, authors of Skeleton Key: A Dictionary for Deadheads. More info in last week's entry.
Grateful Dead 8/6/74 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City NJ
EYES OF THE WORLD
David Crosby, Jerry Garcia et al (unreleased)
KIDS AND DOGS
Grateful Dead 12/1/79 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh PA
NOT FADE AWAY
Grateful Dead 7/16/88 Greek Theater, Berkeley CA
Note: "Kids and Dogs" was released not long ago on David Crosby's boxed set Voyage.
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Thanks for listening!
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I could listen to this stuff all day. Nice. Real nice.
Multilauidio------- the old school mashup..GENIUS REALLY
Thanks again, ive been looking for my lost cassete of that for ever!!
Does God look down on the boys in the bar room?
Jacks Kings and Aces, their faces in wine.
Do lord, deliver our kind.
Back in the early 90's during one of your shows you played a mashup of the songs "shakedown street and another brick in the wall" Where can i find this....did you make it?
Miss you guys.... i've been solitary for a while.
Please excuse spelling of Ecstsatic in the first line of my previous comment, hope you got my meaning. And by line 5 I wrote, 'Other 'that' by name', When I should have said, Other than by name, OK. thats's all. Sorry. Please forgive the typos. Although, with reference to the duke box comment at the end. I do realise that very few Dead tracks ever make it onto local juke boxes. Probably due to the refined taste of the listeners. Refined music don't tend to generate cash. Three minute Pop generates cash. And as sombody once said "The Grateful Dead have little or nothing to do with pop music". How right that was. There is just no way a three minute airhead could begin to comprehend the intricacies of an elongated Eyes of the World. Anyway, that's all, hope it didn't bore too much.
Eyes of the World brought Ecstsaic swirlings in flashbacks of psychedelic peacock feathered intracacy over my awareness, through my mind and body. And the bliss in each note played by Garcia in Bird song I thought unsurpassable, untill the build up and explosion of ecstatic joy as it ended. Thank You. Other that by name I have little idea of who you all are. Nor do I know how you can possibly keep up the quality in the content of most of the shows, but I beg of you please, please keep it up. You have brought bliss, ecstacy, joy, happyness and sublime beauty, and so much more to at least one individual sitting in Devon England. The majority of individuals around here still say "Who?" When the Dead are mentioned. The one Dead tune on the local duke boxes is Suger Magnolia, from American Beauty. 60s nostalga section. It's like living in the dark ages. Thank you for being you.