I really enjoy the Dead radio channel, when I get a chance to listen. I only have Sirius radio at home through my TV, but I can exercise with them every day. It gets two ears up all the way down the line.
"The Xeric Xenophile"
Hey David: what happened to the first half of the 1st set to 7/7/81, @ KC Municipal? The airing of 7/7/81 didn't kick in until El Paso....
Ushers and bouncers were not tolerating smokers nor tapers at this show.
I noticed an upload on archive.org today that had passed thru Charlie Miller's hands.
I loved last Fridays today in grateful dead history from the Hult Center in Eugene, OR. circa 1983. If David is looking for something to blow peoples minds on September 10 there is another good show from that year, I was thinking maybe from coming out of drums through the enocre. Good work you do there.
After all, they we're part of it too. Man, you guys have blown my mind a million times but I need a rest so I won't be there at quarter to nine for a while. May God bless and keep you always.
thanks for playing a Jerry and John acoustic show, heard it sat.nite. The Birdsong was awesome! and the SF '77 Sisters and Brothers you played afterwards was truly beautiful. That's probably the first time I've heard one of those shows since I saw them at the Wiltern Theatre in Hollywood about 25 years ago. I was at the Greek 1990 show you played, that was the last show I ever saw at the Greek, and of course the 1980 Keen college shows. What a great week, how bout a Jerry year?
David Gans posted this on Facebook:
Today's Tales from the Golden Road will be live from Mickey Hart's studio where Rhythm Devils are rehearsing! 4-6pm ET on Siruns 32 XM 57
Good to see you're feeling better this morning man, I was getting worried about ya.
I miss the late morning slot for GD history: 6 am (central) is too early, usually, and come around 6 pm I have something else going on like dinner, mowing the lawn, or still hitting happy hour. David, if you can return your historical feature to 10 am, this ole 'head will be gracious.
maybe you guys could get John K. into the studio sometime and let him introduce himself and play a few tunes for us. It might help me appreciate Furthur more as i've had a bit of a hard time adjusting and was a bit pissed at the loss of Ratdog but I like to think I'm adaptable.