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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 268

    Week of November 8, 1993

    9/13/93 Spectrum, Philadelphia

    HELL IN A BUCKET
    JACKAROE
    THE SAME THING

    TUBULAR BELLS SPACE->
    EASY ANSWERS->
    DAYS BETWEEN->
    GOOD LOVIN'

    By request of Mike Perko (again), more of 9/13/93 - some highlights from set 1, and from set 2, the one-of-a-kind "space" jam built around a theme from Mike Oldfield's seminal 1973 instrumental Tubular Bells.

    You can browse or search the Grateful Dead Hour program logs on the GD Hour web site. Let me know if there's a particular program you'd like to hear, and feel free to post requests and comments here or by email to gdhour@dead.net.

    Thanks for listening!
    David Gans
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    Captain Kevin
    16 years ago
    Tubular Bells
    Being a long time fan of Mike Oldfield thought this was great. Have fond memories of watching Mike Oldfield in a field in England summer 1980. Act before was Santana and afterwards The Beach Boys. That was really bizzare dancing to California surf music in a field wearing wellies
  • pooksmasterjam
    16 years ago
    '93 hidden gem
    Sweet sounding opener of Bucket > jackA > Same Thing. Jerry's guitar has that "Twangy" sound , which took some getting used to at the time. Now I think it was a cool tonal change it up.Jam > Days Between is eerie, but will pass on cheezy answers.
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    MikeP5877
    16 years ago
    Thanks again!
    Great set. Easy Answers flanked by Tubular Bells and Days Between. Only the Grateful Dead can get away this. Thanks for posting these David!
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Week of November 8, 1993

9/13/93 Spectrum, Philadelphia

HELL IN A BUCKET
JACKAROE
THE SAME THING

TUBULAR BELLS SPACE->
EASY ANSWERS->
DAYS BETWEEN->
GOOD LOVIN'

By request of Mike Perko (again), more of 9/13/93 - some highlights from set 1, and from set 2, the one-of-a-kind "space" jam built around a theme from Mike Oldfield's seminal 1973 instrumental Tubular Bells.

You can browse or search the Grateful Dead Hour program logs on the GD Hour web site. Let me know if there's a particular program you'd like to hear, and feel free to post requests and comments here or by email to gdhour@dead.net.

Thanks for listening!
David Gans
gdhour@dead.net

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those demons! *In best Homer J. Simpson voice - muttering* ...stupid lazy demons.
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Nice way to sip morning coffee. Another gem! Thank you David Gans. Chef Free Host of the Free Lunch Monday at lunch time on berkeleyliberationradio.org Unreleased live recordings, always complete sets and never interupted Grateful Dead and other (vaguely) related music
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Great set . Considering that the fall and December shows of that year , where - at least on tape - kind of slow and pale . But the dead on tape sometimes was a complete different experience live . A concert live sometimes could be a complete blast . Example is the Montage Mtn show in 1998 TOO . The best Scarlet Fire i saw in 14 shows of that tour , but on tape it seems like just another S > F ( i recorded 6 shows that tour , not Scranton ) Additionally i saw the 1st two SLC shows in Feb 95 . Kind of slow shows that i remember played live . But the tapes sound killer , full of energy and essential tapes in anyone s collection . This probably differs from person to person . 9.22 at MSG is quite good on tape , especially the 2nd set with D Murray . At that show specifically it s very unfortunate ( if you hear that set at home ] , that Bobby cut guest Murray during the main Estimated ( middle ) jam , when D Murray was supposed to rock out and deliver his guest ' wealth ' . The Jackaroe is exquisitely nice on this Spectrum tape , and Vince takes the Same thing and gives it a 5 star treatment . And the post space especially the ballad , ethereal . Thank you dead.net
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Great set. Easy Answers flanked by Tubular Bells and Days Between. Only the Grateful Dead can get away this. Thanks for posting these David!
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Sweet sounding opener of Bucket > jackA > Same Thing. Jerry's guitar has that "Twangy" sound , which took some getting used to at the time. Now I think it was a cool tonal change it up.Jam > Days Between is eerie, but will pass on cheezy answers.
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Being a long time fan of Mike Oldfield thought this was great. Have fond memories of watching Mike Oldfield in a field in England summer 1980. Act before was Santana and afterwards The Beach Boys. That was really bizzare dancing to California surf music in a field wearing wellies