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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 306

    Week of August 1, 1994

    By request, first of three in a row featuring unreleased live music from the summer of 1994.

    Enjoy!

    Grateful Dead 7/2/94 Shoreline Amphitheater, Mtn View CA
    THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED->
    SUGAREE->
    THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED
    DESOLATION ROW
    FRIEND OF THE DEVIL
    ETERNITY

    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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  • mark_mumper
    11 years 1 month ago
    the "one"
    I like the soft, stretchy disappearance of the "one" beat that Jerry manages in the resumption of "Music Never Stopped" following "Sugaree," while Phil and the drummers keep a pretty steady quarter-note pulse.
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    Zuckfun
    11 years 2 months ago
    Thanks for playing this...
    Very cool
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Week of August 1, 1994

By request, first of three in a row featuring unreleased live music from the summer of 1994.

Enjoy!

Grateful Dead 7/2/94 Shoreline Amphitheater, Mtn View CA
THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED->
SUGAREE->
THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED
DESOLATION ROW
FRIEND OF THE DEVIL
ETERNITY

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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I like the soft, stretchy disappearance of the "one" beat that Jerry manages in the resumption of "Music Never Stopped" following "Sugaree," while Phil and the drummers keep a pretty steady quarter-note pulse.