Grateful Dead

Grateful Dead Hour no. 393

By David Gans

Week of April 1, 1996

Grateful Dead+Jefferson Airplane 9/7/69 Family Dog, SF
PEGGY SUE
THAT'LL BE THE DAY
JOHNNY B. GOODE
BABY WHAT YOU WANT ME TO DO?
PIPELINE/BIG RAILROAD BLUES
LOUIE LOUIE->
BLUE MOON

Grateful Dead 11/10/85 Meadowlands Arena, E Rutherford NJ
TOUCH OF GREY->
HELL IN A BUCKET->
SUGAREE

Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady and drummer/vocalist Joey Covington join the GD for a weird and wonderful set at the Family Dog on the Great Highway in San Francisco.

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Thanks for listening! David Gans
gdhour [at] dead.net

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SWEET CHAOS

Hello David,
David, thank you for all you do to share the music, the vibe, the culture of the Grateful Dead. I am old enough to have been on the "Bus" at an early age, but came later: much due to hearing the Grateful Dead Hour. I just reread Carolyn Brightman's insightful book "Sweet Chaos;" and though I sometimes perceive jacket blurbs as overblown, am in accord with your laudatory words. This is a serious book, which places the band in context; and does so in a scholarly and entertaining fashion.
What I am wondering is if you interviewed Ms. Brightman for a Grateful Dead Hour show. If so, would love to hear that show.
Again, David, thank you for all you do.
David L jenkins

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Fabulous to hear the fun the

Fabulous to hear the fun the extended"family " had playing together. Even the old favourites sound very rich!!!

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