Grateful Dead Hour no. 364
by David Gans
Grateful Dead Hour #364
Week of September 11, 1995
Continuing with the series of five programs following Jerry Garcia's death in the summer of 1995.
All of this music was played at the memorial in Golden Gate Park on August 13, 1995.
The story from Chet Helms was collected at the Fillmore on August 11.
Grateful Dead 8/23/68 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles
Grateful Dead 3/2/69 Fillmore West
DOIN' THAT RAG
Remembering Jerry at the Fillmore Auditorium 8/11/95
CHET HELMS REMEMBERS
Grateful Dead 2/24/73 U of I Field House, Iowa City
JAM & BASS SOLO
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Thanks for listening!
I downloaded some GD MP3 last year. I can not seem to find the web page. The MP3 where writen like this. [gd1984-06-21d3t02_64kb] Does any body know the link??
This is simply amazing Grateful Dead! I keep rewinding the player, just jamming to thise early Alligator > Caution. I am just BLOWN away!
* See anyone who DARES to be political on Oct. 13th -- haha!
"Don't be afraid to try something new.
Remember, a lone ameuter built the Arc.
A group of professionals built the Titanic."
I've been watching for...the Jam & Bass solo from my first Grateful Dead show - thanks David. Echoing borncrosseyed - any release of that bit of musical exploration would be a pleaser -
2/24/74 should have been 2/24/73.
I just realised that the 8/23/68 segment of Alligator > Caution was later released on the extended version of Anthem Of The Sun in 2001 and the extended version of Two From The Vault released in 2007 in the Vault Box. Doin' That Rag was officially released in 2005 in the Fillmore West 1969 Complete Recordings set.
Can an official release of the Jam & Bass solo from 2/24/74 be far behind?
Again thanks for this excellent show.
A musical odyssey to be sure.
While this epic series consists of five shows (361-365), I've always considered 366 to be an unofficial sixth show. (Like the extra Marx brother who you'd hear about but wasn't a part of the act). The '72 Dark Star featured there seems a very appropriate bookend to the brilliant stuff from '68 showcased here and in 365.
Thank you again and again, David. Another great episode.