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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 343

    Week of April 17, 1995

    Grateful Dead 1/22/68 Eagle's Auditorium, Seattle
    ALLIGATOR

    Grateful Dead 1/20/68 Municipal Auditorium, Eureka CA
    CLEMENTINE->
    NEW POTATO CABOOSE->
    BORN CROSS-EYED->
    SPANISH JAM->
    CAUTION JAM->
    DARK STAR

    Request by Dennis Gore. Kick-ass jamming from the period that gave us Anthem of the Sun!

    "Clementine" didn't stay in the GD repertoire very long. We used the 2/2/68 performance for the boxed set So Many Roads (1965-1995); this one is cool, too.

    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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    spiral tee
    15 years 11 months ago
    great Hour of The Good 'Ol Boys!
    Heard as the good ol blues brothers boys band! heehaww!! SMILE! Just the greatest psychedekic style jazz jams ever performed and recorded!! Keep on Keepin' on Brotha Gans!
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    Ed Sieb
    16 years ago
    GDH Hall of Fame Redux!
    On July 11th, 2008 Golden West said:If there was one, 343 would go in by unanimous vote in it's first year of eligibility. This one is sublime. I could not agree more!!!
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    Jaime
    16 years ago
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    What sinchronicity pomo1 . Seeing your profile , you re an absolute veteran of shows . Good for you . The sinchronicity of Born X eyed & D star are far out . BTW friends , this weeks TS of D Lemieux is the f**n smoker . There s a Playin that s gonna make you smile non stop for a whole day Peace
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Week of April 17, 1995

Grateful Dead 1/22/68 Eagle's Auditorium, Seattle
ALLIGATOR

Grateful Dead 1/20/68 Municipal Auditorium, Eureka CA
CLEMENTINE->
NEW POTATO CABOOSE->
BORN CROSS-EYED->
SPANISH JAM->
CAUTION JAM->
DARK STAR

Request by Dennis Gore. Kick-ass jamming from the period that gave us Anthem of the Sun!

"Clementine" didn't stay in the GD repertoire very long. We used the 2/2/68 performance for the boxed set So Many Roads (1965-1995); this one is cool, too.

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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The disappointment I felt yesterday when there was no new Grateful Dead Hour posting reinforces my understanding of how much I enjoy listening to these offerings. I was very happy to see that you had managed to get the posting finished today.Thank you David. lethedoom
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fantastic selection...high energy creativity...thanks again, david!
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Ah, refreshing... thanks DG! "You know what the trouble about real life is? There's no danger music."
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Real nice 68 material . The song born cross eyed always creates a sensation that sitting down , have to get up . I think the song may carry a lot of energy or something . This Jan 68 performance from Eureka , and the alligator from Seattle are swell . It makes me glad this band , even in their very early days kicked ass [ and were caught on tape for us 40 years later to enjoy , how nice ] Peace J G p.s. my only caveat is that Dark star lasts for about 2 minutes then fades off . No prob Dave . Keep these great programs rollin ' please . For us , who live thousands of miles away from the US , anything is appreciated = ) Peace & wisdom
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INDEED! thank U, david, well worth the struggle waiting for your weekly dose, and my imagination didn't stretch that far, only thing wrong with the recording was i wasn't in the audience....ahhh, there goes my imagination, it's so easy to slip ; )thx again peace
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Loved it! An excellent selection this week. I just love anything related to the Anthem sessions. A psychedelic masterpiece indeed!
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If there was one, 343 would go in by unanimous vote in it's first year of eligibility. This one is sublime.
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Totally awesome recording. I can't believe it's 40 years old. Just the fact that someone had the foresight to tape these shows blows my mind. Thank you David and Dennis!!
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Aligator !! Wow !! love that one ,, love all the 68 - 69 ,, all the earlly stuff .. keep it comming !! Thank you Thank you !!! what else can i say ? ... peace and sunshine to all !!
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I am getting ready to see Phil tonight at Jones Beach. What better way to get psyched than to listen to some great classic Dead! Thanks again, DG.
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Digging this jam session, solid it is. Coconut Phil, living Free.
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Phil and his band were amazing last night. Danced through the entire second set which included Dark Star and Born Cross-Eyed. Glad I listened to this Dead Hour to get psyched. I only wish Phil would let DG have some of their live stuff to feature on new GD Hours.
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What sinchronicity pomo1 . Seeing your profile , you re an absolute veteran of shows . Good for you . The sinchronicity of Born X eyed & D star are far out . BTW friends , this weeks TS of D Lemieux is the f**n smoker . There s a Playin that s gonna make you smile non stop for a whole day Peace
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On July 11th, 2008 Golden West said:If there was one, 343 would go in by unanimous vote in it's first year of eligibility. This one is sublime.
I could not agree more!!!
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Heard as the good ol blues brothers boys band! heehaww!! SMILE! Just the greatest psychedekic style jazz jams ever performed and recorded!! Keep on Keepin' on Brotha Gans!