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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 538

    Week of January 11, 1999

    This week's post is a sort of prelude to the next two, which feature an interview with author Carol Brightman. The unreleased live GD music here is from one of the better shows of the fall 1994 tour. Next week's post includes the conclusion of this set.

    Enjoy!
    - DG

    Grateful Dead 10/15/94 Madison Square Garden, New York City
    SHAKEDOWN STREET
    LITTLE RED ROOSTER
    STAGGER LEE

    Jerry Garcia Band, Cats Under the Stars
    LOVE IN THE AFTERNOON

    Grateful Dead 10/15/94 Madison Square Garden, New York City
    BLACK-THROATED WIND
    JUST LIKE TOM THUMB'S BLUES
    CANDYMAN

    Your requests are requested! Browse and/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!
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    One of the best SHAKEDOWN STREET's I think i ever heard...i LOVE THAT paino in there..I always thought they sounded better with piano and sax...Yes that was OUTSTANDING.. Ty Mr. Gans and of Course the Dead...
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    Great program . I used to have a 1st gen audience of this show made w Audio technica s and it had some moments . Actually to be realistic , it sounds good after 14 years . and 9 years after its broadcast My favourite shows of that year are probably Richfield 3.21 and IL July 23 . Some others come close like Mtnview July 2 - especially the 1st half . and some others . eally , i think 94 had about 10 really good shows , and others that came close . Shows that could be considered as releases Boston 9.29 NY 10.17 This is the type of analysis that should be done by GDP for releases rock on !!
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    15 years 7 months ago
    Carol Brightman
    Thank You David!Have been waiting expectantly for the next 2 shows. My second reading of Ms. Brightman's book was richer than the first. Thank you, again, for your initial response and the website you provided with the transcript of the interview. Your patience, care, and service are greatly appreciated here. Peace, David
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Week of January 11, 1999

This week's post is a sort of prelude to the next two, which feature an interview with author Carol Brightman. The unreleased live GD music here is from one of the better shows of the fall 1994 tour. Next week's post includes the conclusion of this set.

Enjoy!
- DG

Grateful Dead 10/15/94 Madison Square Garden, New York City
SHAKEDOWN STREET
LITTLE RED ROOSTER
STAGGER LEE

Jerry Garcia Band, Cats Under the Stars
LOVE IN THE AFTERNOON

Grateful Dead 10/15/94 Madison Square Garden, New York City
BLACK-THROATED WIND
JUST LIKE TOM THUMB'S BLUES
CANDYMAN

Your requests are requested! Browse and/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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So good all the way around. Thanks David!
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Thank You David!Have been waiting expectantly for the next 2 shows. My second reading of Ms. Brightman's book was richer than the first. Thank you, again, for your initial response and the website you provided with the transcript of the interview. Your patience, care, and service are greatly appreciated here. Peace, David
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Great program . I used to have a 1st gen audience of this show made w Audio technica s and it had some moments . Actually to be realistic , it sounds good after 14 years . and 9 years after its broadcast My favourite shows of that year are probably Richfield 3.21 and IL July 23 . Some others come close like Mtnview July 2 - especially the 1st half . and some others . eally , i think 94 had about 10 really good shows , and others that came close . Shows that could be considered as releases Boston 9.29 NY 10.17 This is the type of analysis that should be done by GDP for releases rock on !!
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One of the best SHAKEDOWN STREET's I think i ever heard...i LOVE THAT paino in there..I always thought they sounded better with piano and sax...Yes that was OUTSTANDING.. Ty Mr. Gans and of Course the Dead...