Grateful Dead

Grateful Dead Hour no. 79

Grateful Dead Hour by David Gans

Week of March 26, 1990

This week's program, originally broadcast in the spring of 1990, begins with a warning to fans and others from Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh. The parking lot scene and other activities around the Grateful Dead tour had become a problem for local authorities and therefore for the band and the vast majority of well-behaved fans.

Phil Lesh: Message to Deadheads

Bobby and the Midnites, Where the Beat Meets the Street
AIN'T THAT PECULIAR

Grateful Dead 12/27/81 Oakland Auditorium
PASSENGER
SAMSON AND DELILAH
TO LAY ME DOWN
PLAYING IN THE BAND->
THE WHEEL->
PLAYING IN THE BAND

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Bayedog's picture
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I saw things getting out of hand....

I guess they always will

Spent A Little Time On The Mountain, Spent A Little Time On The Hill

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be cool

That darkness had to give.

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Grateful Dead Hour no. 79