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    Grateful Dead Hour no. 630

    Week of October 16, 2000

    Grateful Dead 8/6/74 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City NJ
    THE OTHER ONE->
    goin' down the road feelin' bad->
    SUNSHINE DAYDREAM
    US BLUES

    Grateful Dead 12/26/69 McFarlin Auditorium, SMU, Dallas TX
    THE MONKEY AND THE ENGINEER
    LITTLE SADIE
    LONG BLACK LIMOUSINE
    I'VE BEEN ALL AROUND THIS WORLD
    THE MASTER'S BOUQUET
    BLACK PETER

    Program #631 included the end of the acoustic set of 12/26/69. Many people wrote to request the previous show, with the beginning of that set. Here it is!

    What would you like to hear? Browse and/or search the program logs on the Grateful Dead 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 (at) dead.net

    Thanks for listening!
    David Gans
    gdhour (at) dead.net

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    Jaime
    16 years 1 month ago
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    What a doggone good acoustic set Peace
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    northernwolfen
    16 years 2 months ago
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    music is the heartbeat of the soul......Thanks for keeping it alive Jimi (Northernwolfen) Hamilton Ont
  • pooksmasterjam
    16 years 3 months ago
    Munchin' bugs
    JG's solo in U.S. Blooze is killer. Little Sadie is my all-time fav. 1st time hearing the '69 show, great sound. Dave, I was 3 weeks old!
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Week of October 16, 2000

Grateful Dead 8/6/74 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City NJ
THE OTHER ONE->
goin' down the road feelin' bad->
SUNSHINE DAYDREAM
US BLUES

Grateful Dead 12/26/69 McFarlin Auditorium, SMU, Dallas TX
THE MONKEY AND THE ENGINEER
LITTLE SADIE
LONG BLACK LIMOUSINE
I'VE BEEN ALL AROUND THIS WORLD
THE MASTER'S BOUQUET
BLACK PETER

Program #631 included the end of the acoustic set of 12/26/69. Many people wrote to request the previous show, with the beginning of that set. Here it is!

What would you like to hear? Browse and/or search the program logs on the Grateful Dead 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 (at) dead.net

Thanks for listening!
David Gans
gdhour (at) dead.net

Listen Now

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One of my favorite Other Ones - great choice! "Music is Love"
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Thanks David for putting up the rest of the acoustic set from 12/26/69! The 8/6/74 is pretty great too!
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Hey David , thank you for that nice acoustic set from 69 !! the 74 is nice too, but i absoloutley love the acoustic music .. nice way to start the day !!!! think i`ll listen again now ..........
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Not just another acoustic set. What's great about this one is how it includes three songs that didn't have long runs in the performing repertoire over time: Little Sadie, Long Black Limousine, Master's Bouquet. Each one a fun tune.And the nascent Black Peter is superb. (Jerry: "Here's one of our tunes.....you there in the front row").
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Should I be able to download the podcast from above?
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Thanks David!!
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in a word, no. They stream, they don't download.
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Thanks, for the info Marye.
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thx david,always love thier acoustic sets, the stage banter is the best, makes me smile smile smile
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JG's solo in U.S. Blooze is killer. Little Sadie is my all-time fav. 1st time hearing the '69 show, great sound. Dave, I was 3 weeks old!
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music is the heartbeat of the soul......Thanks for keeping it alive Jimi (Northernwolfen) Hamilton Ont
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What a doggone good acoustic set Peace