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Grateful Dead Hour no.19
By David Gans
Week of January 9, 1989
Santana was on the bill both days (along with David Lindley and El Rayo-X) at the Calaveras County Fairgrounds in Angels Camp, California, August 22 and 23, 1987. Carlos sat in on guitar for the last couple of songs in the first sets of both shows.
Also: an interesting reading of "Truckin’" by Squalls, from their 1989 album No Time (Dog Gone Records, P.O. Box 1742, Athens GA 30603). Thanks to nethead Richard Baum for sending it in.
Grateful Dead Talk to Themselves is a promotional disc put out to radio stations by Arista Records in Summer '87 to coincide with the release of In the Dark)
Grateful Dead 8/22/87 Angels Camp CA w/ Carlos Santana
GOOD MORNING LITTLE SCHOOLGIRL
IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR
Grateful Dead 8/23/87 Angels Camp CA w/ Carlos Santana
ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER
ID by Mickey Hart
Squalls, No Time (Dog Gone Records)
Excerpt from Grateful Dead Talk to Themselves (Arista)
Grateful Dead 8/23/87 Angels Camp CA
DEAR MR. FANTASY->
PLAYING IN THE BAND->
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- David Gans