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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 573

    Week of September 13, 1999

    Conclusion of a three-part GD Hour broadcast in memory of Dick Latvala, the Grateful Dead's tape archivist, who passed away in the summer of 1999.

    This program began as a live broadcast on KPFA on August 11, 1999.

    DICK'S PICKS VOL. 7 feature

    Dick's Intro 4/19/95
    Grateful Dead 10/28/72 Public Hall, Cleveland OH
    DARK STAR->
    PHILO STOMP->
    JAM->
    SUGAR MAGNOLIA

    Dick and I thought up the name "Philo Stomp" for a bass solo that Phil Lesh performed several times in 1972. I was pleasantly stunned recently to hear it on a tape of 2/26/77 in San Bernardino, California; I'll be playing that one on the GD Hour in the very near future.

    You can browse or search the Grateful Dead Hour program logs on the GD Hour web site. Let me know if there's a particular program you'd like to hear, and feel free to post requests and comments here or by email to gdhour@dead.net

    Thanks for listening!
    David Gans
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Week of September 13, 1999

Conclusion of a three-part GD Hour broadcast in memory of Dick Latvala, the Grateful Dead's tape archivist, who passed away in the summer of 1999.

This program began as a live broadcast on KPFA on August 11, 1999.

DICK'S PICKS VOL. 7 feature

Dick's Intro 4/19/95
Grateful Dead 10/28/72 Public Hall, Cleveland OH
DARK STAR->
PHILO STOMP->
JAM->
SUGAR MAGNOLIA

Dick and I thought up the name "Philo Stomp" for a bass solo that Phil Lesh performed several times in 1972. I was pleasantly stunned recently to hear it on a tape of 2/26/77 in San Bernardino, California; I'll be playing that one on the GD Hour in the very near future.

You can browse or search the Grateful Dead Hour program logs on the GD Hour web site. Let me know if there's a particular program you'd like to hear, and feel free to post requests and comments here or by email to gdhour@dead.net

Thanks for listening!
David Gans
gdhour@dead.net

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thank u david, this has been a very nice set of shows, damn that man sure could pick em, and thx bear for taping
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some kinda Sugar Magnolia! Zowie...that's what I'm talkin' about - controlled madness - thank you David, thank you Dick...a terrific trilogy of shows.
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Does anyone know if that ABB/Dead 70 show ever release?
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Always good to hear Dick's voice, and especially here as he establishes the proper pronunciation of 'Philo.'FIE-low. ('Fie' ryhmes w/ 'pie.') Not 'Phil-o,' as in the bass players first name w/ an 'o' added. I've heard it pronounced that way- 'Phil-o' -on radio shows and such and it just seemed so wrong. Whew. Now that I have unburdened myself I can get on with my day. And how 'bout that Dark Star! That's what I'M talkin' about!
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-- Good job on the edit. Being able to listen to this Dicks Picks at the touch of a button, bliss. -- RTA/CDJ austintx - It might not be pure " Live Dead " but I'm not hung up on beginning, middle, end. Now relax and enjoy.
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What a great GD Hour! I had read the text of the DP7 interview before, but it was nice to hear it from the mouth of the man himself. And 10/28/72...wow.
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He was a special person , that enhanced our understanding / and knowledge of this band . Someone else could ve been the vault meister , but it was him . Damn , I miss him .. I remember in the spring of 1995 ( my b day is 4 24 ] , i received from my mother the DP 2 and the Dead Hockey jersey - which i still have . And Dick was alive physically in this earth world ; and he gave our lives a really bright spark . I hope our friend David Lemieux continues to do a ' serious ' job as what seems to be the one to ' carry ' the torch that Dick very righteously did for the time that he was assigned to do so . As far as the music on this DH , geez how awesome the Dark star is . And how cool to know that O Stanley has / had a good collection of material , that is not found in the vault . The D Star is amongst the best i ve heard . Id never heard this 10 28 72 D star . Very ' powerful ' That Phil - o stomp is a very ' happy ' jam . I mentioned it in the TS about 2 months ago . Jerry s use of the Wah pedal up to 74 , replaced by the envelope Wah from 76 - 77 on up , was just awesome in most tapes i ve heard . In the case of this snippet from Bears 72 tape , in the Phil - o stomp jam it sounds the way D Gilmours guitar sounds in Echoes . On a deeper note , remember that God creates everything we see, hear , touch , taste etc . Thank you God for grateful Dead music ..
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I really wonder what our friend D Gans will put this week after the superior trilogy of shows from summer 99 . He s done a great job pulling out some excellent programs from a really long time ago - in general - and i trust he ll keep on doing it , as it has made visiting the Dead s home page an absolute joy . Thanks GDP for the kickass GDH and TS sections = ) And thanks to Gans & Lemieux for going out of their way at times to put on great programs , as it must not be easy at times J G ' If you get confused just listen to the music play .. '
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    Jaime
    10 years 10 months ago
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    I really wonder what our friend D Gans will put this week after the superior trilogy of shows from summer 99 . He s done a great job pulling out some excellent programs from a really long time ago - in general - and i trust he ll keep on doing it , as it has made visiting the Dead s home page an absolute joy . Thanks GDP for the kickass GDH and TS sections = ) And thanks to Gans & Lemieux for going out of their way at times to put on great programs , as it must not be easy at times J G ' If you get confused just listen to the music play .. '
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    Jaime
    10 years 10 months ago
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    He was a special person , that enhanced our understanding / and knowledge of this band . Someone else could ve been the vault meister , but it was him . Damn , I miss him .. I remember in the spring of 1995 ( my b day is 4 24 ] , i received from my mother the DP 2 and the Dead Hockey jersey - which i still have . And Dick was alive physically in this earth world ; and he gave our lives a really bright spark . I hope our friend David Lemieux continues to do a ' serious ' job as what seems to be the one to ' carry ' the torch that Dick very righteously did for the time that he was assigned to do so . As far as the music on this DH , geez how awesome the Dark star is . And how cool to know that O Stanley has / had a good collection of material , that is not found in the vault . The D Star is amongst the best i ve heard . Id never heard this 10 28 72 D star . Very ' powerful ' That Phil - o stomp is a very ' happy ' jam . I mentioned it in the TS about 2 months ago . Jerry s use of the Wah pedal up to 74 , replaced by the envelope Wah from 76 - 77 on up , was just awesome in most tapes i ve heard . In the case of this snippet from Bears 72 tape , in the Phil - o stomp jam it sounds the way D Gilmours guitar sounds in Echoes . On a deeper note , remember that God creates everything we see, hear , touch , taste etc . Thank you God for grateful Dead music ..
  • sjbutler
    10 years 10 months ago
    The Jam Man!
    What a great GD Hour! I had read the text of the DP7 interview before, but it was nice to hear it from the mouth of the man himself. And 10/28/72...wow.