Grateful Dead Hour no. 332
This was an edited version of a "rain"-themed program originally broadcast on KPFA (Berkeley CA) on January 11, 1995, "in the middle of a disastrous California rainstorm."
Thanks for listening!
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Grateful Dead Hour no. 332
Week of January 30, 1995
Grateful Dead 10/3/87 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mtn View
LOOKS LIKE RAIN->
Grateful Dead (live multitrack - 10/4/70 I'm pretty sure)
COLD RAIN AND SNOW
Robert Hunter, Tales of the Great Rum Runners
KEYS TO THE RAIN
Grateful Dead 3/23/74 Cow Palace, San Francisco
WEATHER REPORT SUITE
This "Weather Report Suite" was later released on Dick's Picks vol. 24
Podcast time 51:58
it seems young thomasdblls has been thoroughly flogged. we all make mistakes- and the great thing is more people want to help than want to hurt. i'd guess our young friend has learned two lessons (and i learned one, too): 1- be mindful when lashing out, and 2- several alternate ways to save my ever growing collection of deaddownloads! thank you!
this is a fantastic show! we too are in a drought and maybe this will seed those clouds (whole new meaning to ' seed thrower, weed grower'!) and we can get some of what we need.
thanks for the link and thanks to all for the help for thomasdblls and for me!
have a great week, all!
Right click the "Listen now" link and save file as. Should work fine. If on a mac just select download linked file. I'm grabbing it now.
Thanksto the good old grateful dead!
I just want to thank everyone who offered thier advice...The whole thing came down to right or left clicking the mouse..Anyway got alot downloading to catch up on...Thanks again Tom
...and it's all for oil-lol
right click where it says "Listen now" then click "Save Target As"
It will download jest fine!
Still works fine for me, just finished downloading, listening to Terrapin now. GDH and taper's sections have been my main areas of focus for downloading. Anyone find other hidden treasure troves I should checkout?
Doesn't it suck when your technology stops working and you become helpless and bitter like Thomas D, not knowing who to blame and assuming the capitalists have struck again?
I have this nightmare where my computer locks up the same day my IPOD fails and I have to reload 20 GB worth of tracks onto my hard drive one CD at time, and lose everything else not backed up on CD or IPOD, wakes me up in a cold sweat.
Anyway, hang in there Thomas, I have a strong feeling that help is on the way.
And I thank you once again, the 'rain' show was well nice. The version of Looks Like Rain there on is one of the finest and most genuine I've heard, and Keys to the Rain, well, what can I say? Robert Hunter is a poet extraodenaire. By the time the show had reached Weather Report Suite I was well laid back, in a state of bliss, a Cheshire Cat grin beaming forth from my face, reminiscent of, well..... anyway, thank you all once again.
Hey Thomas. I had a problem for a little while with files going into a Temp directory, even when I had assigned them elsewhere and freaking a little when I couldn't find them or access them easily when I did find them. It was a wifi problem on my end - maybe little microspazzes or something in my wireless signal. Since plugging in direct to my cable modem, it's been fine.
No download problems here. Just right-click on the link, click on 'save target as', and pick your file. "If you get confused, just listen to the music play."
I had no problems with d/l.
Some people are never satisfied or who let this guy in the show?
Buy a ticket for the bus and think you're gonna drive?
Thanks for the wonderful listen.
I'm on a Windows box, so your mileage may vary... When I download, I always get a prompt box showing me the folder it's going in. I always have the option to change folders. I typically download to the Desktop, where I can then decide what folder the d/l will live in.