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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 349

    Week of May 29, 1995

    More '95 GD, by request.

    Grateful Dead 3/18/95 Spectrum, Philadelphia
    PERCUSSION->
    JAM->
    THE LAST TIME->
    VISIONS OF JOHANNA->
    ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT

    Grateful Dead 3/18/95 Spectrum, Philadelphia
    RAIN

    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

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    Jaime
    13 years 8 months ago
    Thank you D
    1994 produced many a great performance - thinking in this case , of the summer . There was much expectancy to see some really high powered music . 15 , or let's say 16 years later .. its intriguing to analyze that space in time , for instance . And see what really happened , and what didnt happen . Lately Phil has mentioned that he would ve liked a more explorative - or exploratory - 1st set . Or diving into a deeper musical zone right away . Definitely that would ve produced possibly a different , and imaginably deeper product - musicwise - for us to hear live , or at home . This Music never stopped opener on GDH 306 is diving right into the zone quickly . All in all , the band delivered great and intriguing shows in the later years . Even in 1995 , Jerry - the most affected by personal problems - knew how to punch right through a show one way or another ..... And as this music keeps on aging in time , we must learn how to get as much as we can out of it . As i thnk we ve nearly tapped 20 % of the Real good material for release ..... Peace
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    DoubleT
    13 years 8 months ago
    While we're requesting 94-95 stuff....
    Mr. DG - Would be awesome if you could take a listen to Scarlet -> Fire and Morning Dew from Seattle 6/13. It's easy to trash 1994, but that year produced quite a few excellent versions of these two A list selections, and these are some that most people have probably never heard. It was cold - but fun!
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    santa rosa 70
    13 years 8 months ago
    That mumbo jumbo
    That mumbo jumbo Percussion/Jam shook me up, and it is good to be awakened!
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Week of May 29, 1995

More '95 GD, by request.

Grateful Dead 3/18/95 Spectrum, Philadelphia
PERCUSSION->
JAM->
THE LAST TIME->
VISIONS OF JOHANNA->
ONE MORE SATURDAY NIGHT

Grateful Dead 3/18/95 Spectrum, Philadelphia
RAIN

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

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Hi David since your playing 95 dead do you have a soundboard of 6-3-95 shoreline you can play thanks jeremy.
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Request David . The dead hour hour aired in 1994 showcasing the great July 2 1994 Shoreline performance . That ll warm up your autumn up there a bit . To many - myself included - one of the finer moments of that great summer that was 1994 Greetings from Chile
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Jaime, I'll add your request (gdh 306 and 307) to my list. I just sent in a couple of months' worth of shows, but I should be able to get these posted in January. jpreston, I'll give 6/3/95 a listen for possible broadcast on the GD Hour. Thanks for listening! Gans/GD Hour blog
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That mumbo jumbo Percussion/Jam shook me up, and it is good to be awakened!
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Mr. DG - Would be awesome if you could take a listen to Scarlet -> Fire and Morning Dew from Seattle 6/13. It's easy to trash 1994, but that year produced quite a few excellent versions of these two A list selections, and these are some that most people have probably never heard. It was cold - but fun!
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1994 produced many a great performance - thinking in this case , of the summer . There was much expectancy to see some really high powered music . 15 , or let's say 16 years later .. its intriguing to analyze that space in time , for instance . And see what really happened , and what didnt happen . Lately Phil has mentioned that he would ve liked a more explorative - or exploratory - 1st set . Or diving into a deeper musical zone right away . Definitely that would ve produced possibly a different , and imaginably deeper product - musicwise - for us to hear live , or at home . This Music never stopped opener on GDH 306 is diving right into the zone quickly . All in all , the band delivered great and intriguing shows in the later years . Even in 1995 , Jerry - the most affected by personal problems - knew how to punch right through a show one way or another ..... And as this music keeps on aging in time , we must learn how to get as much as we can out of it . As i thnk we ve nearly tapped 20 % of the Real good material for release ..... Peace