Grateful Dead Hour no. 969
By David Gans
Week of April 16, 2007
Grateful Dead 9/19/90 Madison Square Garden, New York City
ME AND MY UNCLE->
IT MUST HAVE BEEN THE ROSES
STUCK INSIDE OF MOBILE WITH THE MEMPHIS BLUES AGAIN
Tony Trischka, American Beauty Project, January 2007
Interview w/ John Schaefer
PIG IN A PEN
Old and In the Way
THE HOBO SONG
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MAN this sounds good. Thanks again.
Love the stuff they did with Bruce Hornsby on the piano. This stuff sounds really good like the Road Trips from this time, good jams and vocals. Plus I really like 'It Must Have Been the Roses'. Thanks for the tunes...
This one reminds me of a show in Eugene... Don't remember the exact year...
Must have been early 90's Autzen Stadium... My friend Scott and I were
trying to figure out what they would open with... I said Jack Straw....
He said Bertha... I knew that either one of those openers would mean
a really good show.... They opened with Jack Straw->Bertha.... and what
a hell of a show it twas..... Thanks for the memories... Hope to see you
Furthur on down the road.....