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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 611

    Week of June 5,2000

    Grateful Dead 5/12/80 Boston Garden
    LAZY LIGHTNING->
    SUPPLICATION
    FAR FROM ME
    MINGLEWOOD
    ESTIMATED PROPHET->
    HE'S GONE->
    JAM

    An all-music show, requested by Mike Perko. Enjoy!

    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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    Jaime
    16 years 1 month ago
    it just doesnt get any better .. = )
    I think im beginnging to realize something intriguing . may 1980 was a real good moment in this band s performing . One of my favorite DH s is # 345 . With solid moments from Barton Hall ( ithica NY ] on 5.7.1980 . And another high moment is the go to Nassau . Also from may 1980 . 5 / 15 & 16 . So GDH 611 is another proof of what a good month in Dead history it was . Great move DG . Terific work Gans ( underline terrific ] . p.s. Jerrys playn in Lasy L sounds much like P Frampton . It doesnt surprise me too much then that Frampton was - and could still be - a big admirer of Jerry s work Question : ¿ Are there any more Bear tapes that you remember - like DH 573 - in your DH back programs ? p.s.s. If any of the band members read this , id like to say hello and thank you for such great music during those 30 years . And your excellent proyects that you work throughout now . Thank you eternally The Estimated jam is WAAAY awesome . As MikeP says .. Brent ( along with the band ] elevate and elevate .. Hes gone ( w out words .. ] . My compliments dont stop = )
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    MikeP5877
    16 years 1 month ago
    One of the best jams of the 79-81 era
    A mighty fine example of how Brent lit a fire under their collective asses back then. This ranks right up there with the jam in 5/6/81 in my opinion. Thanks for posting this David!
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    hamal
    16 years 1 month ago
    love it
    Nice change of pace, Mike Perko. Thanks!And thank you, DG.
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Week of June 5,2000

Grateful Dead 5/12/80 Boston Garden
LAZY LIGHTNING->
SUPPLICATION
FAR FROM ME
MINGLEWOOD
ESTIMATED PROPHET->
HE'S GONE->
JAM

An all-music show, requested by Mike Perko. Enjoy!

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

Listen Now

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Nice change of pace, Mike Perko. Thanks!And thank you, DG.
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A mighty fine example of how Brent lit a fire under their collective asses back then. This ranks right up there with the jam in 5/6/81 in my opinion. Thanks for posting this David!
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I think im beginnging to realize something intriguing . may 1980 was a real good moment in this band s performing . One of my favorite DH s is # 345 . With solid moments from Barton Hall ( ithica NY ] on 5.7.1980 . And another high moment is the go to Nassau . Also from may 1980 . 5 / 15 & 16 . So GDH 611 is another proof of what a good month in Dead history it was . Great move DG . Terific work Gans ( underline terrific ] . p.s. Jerrys playn in Lasy L sounds much like P Frampton . It doesnt surprise me too much then that Frampton was - and could still be - a big admirer of Jerry s work Question : ¿ Are there any more Bear tapes that you remember - like DH 573 - in your DH back programs ? p.s.s. If any of the band members read this , id like to say hello and thank you for such great music during those 30 years . And your excellent proyects that you work throughout now . Thank you eternally The Estimated jam is WAAAY awesome . As MikeP says .. Brent ( along with the band ] elevate and elevate .. Hes gone ( w out words .. ] . My compliments dont stop = )