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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 371

    Week of October 30, 1995

    By request, a "roots of the Grateful Dead" program featuring a documentary on "Morning Dew" produced by Randy Jackson and Lance Neal of WBAI's long-running Grateful Dead radio show, "Morning Dew."

    Enjoy!

    Rev. Gary Davis, The Music Never Stopped: Roots of the Grateful Dead

    SAMSON AND DELILAH

    MORNING DEW feature produced by Lance Neal and Randy Jackson

    Grateful Dead 4/7/87 Brendan Byrne Arena, E Rutherford NJ
    GIMME SOME LOVIN'->
    MORNING DEW->
    THROWING STONES->
    NOT FADE AWAY

    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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  • in_2_it_2
    13 years 3 months ago
    Where Have All the People Gone Today?
    The blend of Morning Dew is infectous! I wish there had been more on the roots of Uncle John's Band. The Grateful Dead song "Uncle John's Band," on Workingman's Dead, was written about John Cohen and his band. I watched a documentarty about John Cohen several times on PBS that helped me understand the roots of folk music. (Please support Public Television to keep fine programming like this on the air.) This Hour is very insightful and took me back to times when music was a reflection of the times. I started out on Burgandy and soon hit the harder stuff.... For me, I started out on Dylan and soon turned onto the Grateful Dead. Love it !!!
  • woodyinthebasement
    13 years 3 months ago
    I really liked this one...
    Fits my week well... with cobwebs of the attics of my life.... Woody www.myspace.com/woodyinthebasement
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Week of October 30, 1995

By request, a "roots of the Grateful Dead" program featuring a documentary on "Morning Dew" produced by Randy Jackson and Lance Neal of WBAI's long-running Grateful Dead radio show, "Morning Dew."

Enjoy!

Rev. Gary Davis, The Music Never Stopped: Roots of the Grateful Dead

SAMSON AND DELILAH

MORNING DEW feature produced by Lance Neal and Randy Jackson

Grateful Dead 4/7/87 Brendan Byrne Arena, E Rutherford NJ
GIMME SOME LOVIN'->
MORNING DEW->
THROWING STONES->
NOT FADE AWAY

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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The blend of Morning Dew is infectous! I wish there had been more on the roots of Uncle John's Band. The Grateful Dead song "Uncle John's Band," on Workingman's Dead, was written about John Cohen and his band. I watched a documentarty about John Cohen several times on PBS that helped me understand the roots of folk music. (Please support Public Television to keep fine programming like this on the air.) This Hour is very insightful and took me back to times when music was a reflection of the times. I started out on Burgandy and soon hit the harder stuff.... For me, I started out on Dylan and soon turned onto the Grateful Dead. Love it !!!