• May 19, 2021
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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 1670

    Grateful Dead Hour no. 1670

    Week of September 21, 2020

    First of four featuring the complete unreleased soundboard recording of 6/8/92 in Richfield, Ohio.

    This episode also includes excerpts from a rehearsal that took place in San Francisco just before the Dead returned to touring in 1976 following their 20-month hiatus. "Cassidy" had been played by the Dead in public exactly once before, on March 23, 1974, so we hear them working up the arrangement that they would use for the rest of the band's history. "Attics of My Life" was rehearsed in '76, but did not actually return to the Dead's active repertoire until 1989! "Lazy Lightning-> Supplication" came from Bobby's work with Kingfish during the hiatus; the studio recording can be found on Kingfish.

    Enjoy!

    Grateful Dead rehearsal 5/28/76 San Francisco CA
    CASSIDY
    CASSIDY
    ATTICS OF MY LIFE
    LAZY LIGHTNING->
    SUPPLICATION

    Grateful Dead 6/8/92 Coliseum, Richfield OH
    FEEL LIKE A STRANGER
    LOSER
    LITTLE RED ROOSTER
    SO MANY ROADS

    Every Wednesday, we post a program from the Grateful Dead Hour archives for your enjoyment and enlightenment. You can browse or search the playlists at gdhour.com or on the GD Hour Search page, and let me know what program(s) you'd like to hear by emailing me at gdhour@dead.net.

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Grateful Dead Hour no. 1670

Week of September 21, 2020

First of four featuring the complete unreleased soundboard recording of 6/8/92 in Richfield, Ohio.

This episode also includes excerpts from a rehearsal that took place in San Francisco just before the Dead returned to touring in 1976 following their 20-month hiatus. "Cassidy" had been played by the Dead in public exactly once before, on March 23, 1974, so we hear them working up the arrangement that they would use for the rest of the band's history. "Attics of My Life" was rehearsed in '76, but did not actually return to the Dead's active repertoire until 1989! "Lazy Lightning-> Supplication" came from Bobby's work with Kingfish during the hiatus; the studio recording can be found on Kingfish.

Enjoy!

Grateful Dead rehearsal 5/28/76 San Francisco CA
CASSIDY
CASSIDY
ATTICS OF MY LIFE
LAZY LIGHTNING->
SUPPLICATION

Grateful Dead 6/8/92 Coliseum, Richfield OH
FEEL LIKE A STRANGER
LOSER
LITTLE RED ROOSTER
SO MANY ROADS

Every Wednesday, we post a program from the Grateful Dead Hour archives for your enjoyment and enlightenment. You can browse or search the playlists at gdhour.com or on the GD Hour Search page, and let me know what program(s) you'd like to hear by emailing me at gdhour@dead.net.

Thank you for listening!

- David Gans

Producer/host

Listen Now

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Vince shines here. All the hot seat players were unique and talented in their own way. Vince paid his dues and learned to listen, which he does so well in this performance. The rehearsal tapes are revealing and exquisite in their clarity. A great find, and wonderful to hear. Thanks again, Mr. Gans!

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Agree with the comment on Vince.

Also , a particularly moving version of So Many Roads at the end from 6/8/92

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    Rutkins
    2 months ago
    Agree with the comment on…

    Agree with the comment on Vince.

    Also , a particularly moving version of So Many Roads at the end from 6/8/92

  • myeviltwin
    2 months ago
    Long live the Grateful Dead Hour!

    Vince shines here. All the hot seat players were unique and talented in their own way. Vince paid his dues and learned to listen, which he does so well in this performance. The rehearsal tapes are revealing and exquisite in their clarity. A great find, and wonderful to hear. Thanks again, Mr. Gans!