• February 4, 2015
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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 1372

    Week of January 5, 2015

    This week we conclude the complete unreleased soundboard recording of 2/23/74 and start in on the complete unreleased soundboard recording of 12/5/71.

    The ’71 set includes the only known Grateful Dead performance of “I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water,” a 1964 country hit for Stonewall Jackson.

    Enjoy!

    Grateful Dead 2/23/74 Winterland, San Francisco
    CASEY JONES
    ~
    JOHNNY B GOODE->
    I BID YOU GOOD NIGHT

    Grateful Dead, Aoxomoxoa
    DUPREE'S DIAMOND BLUES

    Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, Been All Around This World
    BLUE YODEL #9

    Grateful Dead 12/5/71 Felt Forum, New York NY
    BERTHA
    BEAT IT ON DOWN THE LINE
    BIG BOSS MAN
    BROWN-EYED WOMEN
    I WASHED MY HANDS IN MUDDY WATER
    JACK STRAW

    Thank you for listening!

    - David Gans
    Producer/host

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Week of January 5, 2015

This week we conclude the complete unreleased soundboard recording of 2/23/74 and start in on the complete unreleased soundboard recording of 12/5/71.

The ’71 set includes the only known Grateful Dead performance of “I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water,” a 1964 country hit for Stonewall Jackson.

Enjoy!

Grateful Dead 2/23/74 Winterland, San Francisco
CASEY JONES
~
JOHNNY B GOODE->
I BID YOU GOOD NIGHT

Grateful Dead, Aoxomoxoa
DUPREE'S DIAMOND BLUES

Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, Been All Around This World
BLUE YODEL #9

Grateful Dead 12/5/71 Felt Forum, New York NY
BERTHA
BEAT IT ON DOWN THE LINE
BIG BOSS MAN
BROWN-EYED WOMEN
I WASHED MY HANDS IN MUDDY WATER
JACK STRAW

Thank you for listening!

- David Gans
Producer/host

Listen Now

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... in muddy water. I'd never heard that song before. Thanks David, and GDP, for the tune.Is 12/5/71 available commercially, or just from the Archive/eTree? KKFI is still airing the GDH, after Sunshine Del and I produced it locally in KC 25 years ago. The current on-air jock does a "2nd set" hour, after the GDH; however, he won't spin any bootlegs! Del and I used to play cassettes, then DAT's, in the daze before compact discs.
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i have seen some GDHour programs for download, but it has been quite some time. Maybe since they pulled soundboards from the archive. A while back my local sation here in Columbus, OH (90.5 , 11pm Sunday nights, GDhour) had the show sequence all mixed up during the complete unreleased soundboard of 5-17-77,(i used to tape them all) they skipped the end of first set program. I emailed DG and he sent me a cdr with that program. I still have it. Thanks D. Gans PASSENGER HIGH TIME BIG RIVER SUNRISE SCARLET > FIRE the program I remember downloading was this, some how i got this 25:21 24:57 Grateful Dead 6/11/93 Buckeye Lake, Hebron OH JACK STRAW FOOLISH HEART THE SAME THING 50:18 3:59 Warren Zevon, The Wind KNOCKIN' ON HEAVEN'S DOOR 54:17 2:02 Outro Out cue: ...and I'll meet you back here next week. Part 2 31:18 In cue: You're listening to the Grateful Dead Hour 24:55 :04 Introduction 24:59 29:15 Grateful Dead 6/11/93 Buckeye Lake, Hebron OH LAZY RIVER ROAD JUST LIKE TOM THUMB'S BLUES WHEN I PAINT MY MASTERPIECE SO MANY ROADS PROMISED LAND 54:14 1:59 Outro Out cue: ...and I'll meet you back here next week. SO MANY ROADS is brilliant !!
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I remember having a bootleg copy of this show on vinyl .... i had it at my GF's house and while away her mother had a yard sale and sold all my records....anger is not a good trait....I miss my vinyl...but not my GF...
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David, I wanted to thank you for culling together episode No. 1372. For many years back in the day, I had a first-set cassette tape of the Felt show that is featured on your radio segment. But in a moment of idiocy I gave it away because I suddenly was no longer taken with the quality of the tape. Actually, I might be too hard on myself, because I can't recall the exact story. At every rate, it was gone, and I've regretted it since, specifically for losing two songs, "Brown-Eyed Women" and "I Wash My Hands in Muddy Water." I was reminded of what I was missing when I again heard Garcia being seemingly a half-step behind in the lyrics and then even draaaawing out "stepped to the bar" on the former and the uniqueness of latter. Anyhow, these ol' ears are much obliged for you resurrecting "my lost tape." Ha! And, to be sure, I stumbled on to the Dead hour achives after visiting the Dead's website for the first time in ... well, many years. Now I'm playing catch up.
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    Daddy_Dead
    4 years 8 months ago
    brings back fond memories, Felt!!
    David, I wanted to thank you for culling together episode No. 1372. For many years back in the day, I had a first-set cassette tape of the Felt show that is featured on your radio segment. But in a moment of idiocy I gave it away because I suddenly was no longer taken with the quality of the tape. Actually, I might be too hard on myself, because I can't recall the exact story. At every rate, it was gone, and I've regretted it since, specifically for losing two songs, "Brown-Eyed Women" and "I Wash My Hands in Muddy Water." I was reminded of what I was missing when I again heard Garcia being seemingly a half-step behind in the lyrics and then even draaaawing out "stepped to the bar" on the former and the uniqueness of latter. Anyhow, these ol' ears are much obliged for you resurrecting "my lost tape." Ha! And, to be sure, I stumbled on to the Dead hour achives after visiting the Dead's website for the first time in ... well, many years. Now I'm playing catch up.
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    4 years 9 months ago
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    I remember having a bootleg copy of this show on vinyl .... i had it at my GF's house and while away her mother had a yard sale and sold all my records....anger is not a good trait....I miss my vinyl...but not my GF...
  • mbarilla
    4 years 9 months ago
    cool story Gr8fulTed
    i have seen some GDHour programs for download, but it has been quite some time. Maybe since they pulled soundboards from the archive. A while back my local sation here in Columbus, OH (90.5 , 11pm Sunday nights, GDhour) had the show sequence all mixed up during the complete unreleased soundboard of 5-17-77,(i used to tape them all) they skipped the end of first set program. I emailed DG and he sent me a cdr with that program. I still have it. Thanks D. Gans PASSENGER HIGH TIME BIG RIVER SUNRISE SCARLET > FIRE the program I remember downloading was this, some how i got this 25:21 24:57 Grateful Dead 6/11/93 Buckeye Lake, Hebron OH JACK STRAW FOOLISH HEART THE SAME THING 50:18 3:59 Warren Zevon, The Wind KNOCKIN' ON HEAVEN'S DOOR 54:17 2:02 Outro Out cue: ...and I'll meet you back here next week. Part 2 31:18 In cue: You're listening to the Grateful Dead Hour 24:55 :04 Introduction 24:59 29:15 Grateful Dead 6/11/93 Buckeye Lake, Hebron OH LAZY RIVER ROAD JUST LIKE TOM THUMB'S BLUES WHEN I PAINT MY MASTERPIECE SO MANY ROADS PROMISED LAND 54:14 1:59 Outro Out cue: ...and I'll meet you back here next week. SO MANY ROADS is brilliant !!